Ben Lee

Ben  Lee

Position:
Assistant Coach/Recruiting

Alma Mater:
Arizona State '11


02/13/2017

Natalie Morgan, Ben Lee Added to Volleyball Staff

First-year head coach Aaron Mansfield announced the hiring of Natalie Morgan and Ben Lee.

Ben Lee is in his first season as an assistant coach with LMU volleyball after being hired in February of 2017.

A native of the Silicon Valley in Northern California, Lee has spent the last decade plus coaching women's and girl's volleyball in California and Arizona. He completed his college degree at Arizona State University in 2011 and was on the coaching staff with the ASU women's volleyball team for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. In 2011 he assisted the A2 USA Women's National Team that finished with a silver medal in the OPEN Division, and spent the summers of 2014 and 2015 co-coaching the USA College National Team. Most recently, he served as an assistant coach with the 2016 USA Women's Junior Continental team and the 2016 USA Girls Youth A2 Program.

An accomplished eye for talent, Lee has served as the Lead Tryout Coach and Evaluator for the Girls HP Program since 2013.

Lee has coached nationally competitive club teams on the court and on the sand in California and Arizona, including serving as a coach with City Beach Volleyball Club, Club Red Volleyball Club, Arizona Storm Volleyball Club, Arizona High Performance Beach, Revolution Volleyball Academy and RPM Sand Volleyball Club.

Lee, the Founder and Technical Director of MyTopRecruit Volleyball Training, got his start in coaching at Saint Francis High School where he was an assistant varsity coach with former volleyball Olympic captain Kim Oden and head coach of the junior varsity team from 2007-2010.

Throughout his time as a club and academy coach, Lee has worked with and trained multiple high school athletes who have gone on to play at various levels of college volleyball including conferences such as the Pac-12, WCC, WAC, Big West, Ivy League, and the Big 10.

Twitter

  • Loading Tweets...
    1 second ago