Matt Geer joins NSU Volleyball Coaching Staff

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Matt Geer, the former Head Volleyball Coach at Webber International, has joined the Nova Southeastern Volleyball program as an assistant coach, announces NSU Head Coach Kacie Ehinger.  

“I’d like to thank [Head Coach] Kacie Ehinger for trusting me to assist in the vision that she has for the Nova Southeastern Volleyball program,” said Geer. “The Sunshine State Conference is one of the strongest conferences in the nation and NSU has some of the best facilities in NCAA Division II.” 

Geer comes to NSU after one season as head coach at Webber International (NAIA), going 13-14 in 2021. Geer guided the Warriors to their first 10+ win season since 2018 and doubled the program’s win total from the previous season (6). Geer also led Webber International to improvements in attack percentage, kills-per-set, assists-per-set, digs/set, and blocks/set.  

“I’m excited to welcome Matt to the Shark family! It was clear in our early conversations that our philosophies and vision were aligned,” stated Ehinger. “Matt has proven to be a hard-worker and “go-getter,” which will serve us well in the competitive Sunshine State Conference. His previous experience within the SSC, as well as his familiarity with the league and South Florida will be a huge asset to our program.” 

Prior to becoming the Head Coach at Webber International, Geer served on staff as an assistant coach in 2020. Geer also worked as the Head Coach at Johnson & Wales (NAIA), but the program was shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Geer also has previously worked within the Sunshine State Conference, having been on staff as a volunteer assistant coach at Barry from June 2018 to January 2020. Geer’s responsibilities included scouting reports, recruitment, game day logistics and academic planning. 

In addition to his experience at the collegiate ranks, Geer has also coached at the high school and club levels, including at Monsignor Edward Pace High School, with the Florida Suns, Ethos Volleyball (TN.), and Elite Volleyball Training (TN.) 

“I’m excited to be back in South Florida and look forward to continuing the previously built success of being a nationally ranked top-25 program, here at Nova Southeastern,” continued Geer. “Kacie and I will strive to provide our student-athletes with an incredible collegiate experience, both on and off the court.” 

Geer played for four seasons and graduated from Tennessee Technological University with his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, Physical Education, and Wellness, with a concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy.  

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