Steve Halsted named MACU volleyball coach
Previously coach at ECSU for two seasons
From MACU, staff reports
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Mid-Atlantic Christian announced on Tuesday that Steve Halsted will be its new volleyball coach for the 2018 season.
Halsted makes the move from his previous position at Elizabeth City State University where he was the head coach for the 2016 and 2017 fall seasons.
He has also spent 25 years in club volleyball in the Hampton Roads area.
The ECSU volleyball program posted a 2-24 overall record last fall and posted a 1-20 overall record during the 2016 campaign.
Coach Halsted commented, “I am excited about the new opportunity. I look forward to meeting the players in August. I hope that we can come together quickly, have fun learning the game, and have a season we can all be proud of.”
Athletics Director Andy Meneely states, “Coach Halsted brings the necessary amount of experience and technical expertise to really help our program take the next step. He understands what we stand in being a Christian college.
I am looking forward to seeing the strides we can make as we try to grow the volleyball program and the athletics program as a whole.”
Coach Halsted holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Cal State Polytechnic University - Pamona and resides in Norfolk, Virginia.
MACU posted a 1-12 overall record last fall.
The Lady Mustangs will open their season at Pitt Community College on Aug. 23.