Evan Silberstein awarded full University of Hawaii beach volleyball job

HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii has made Evan Silberstein its long-term head beach volleyball coach.

Silberstein, a former seven-year UH assistant, was named the interim head coach prior to the 2022 beach season upon the departure of Angelica Ljungqvist and he went on to be named the Big West Conference co-coach of the year in leading the program back to the NCAA tournament after an absence in 2021.


What You Need To Know

    • Evan Silberstein, the Big West Co-Coach of the Year, has been named the Hawaii beach volleyball team’s full head coach moving forward
    • Silberstein took over the program on an interim basis heading into the 2022 season upon the departure of then-head coach Anjelica Ljundqvist
    • UH went 24-17 as the Big West runner-up in 2022 and advanced to the expanded, 16-team NCAA tournament in Gulf Shores, Ala., as an at-large selection
  • Silberstein, of New York, also coaches at Outrigger Canoe Club

UH Athletic Director David Matlin announced the removal of Silberstein’s interim tag on Friday, though the number of years on his contract was not disclosed.

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