Greg Dewey begins his first season as an assistant coach on the Golden Hurricane bench.
Dewey coached volleyball in Indiana for eight years before moving to Oklahoma in 1998. While in Muncie, Indiana, he coached Delta High School to a career record of 189-43 in eight years, ranking as high as 18th nationally during Dewey's tenure. He also coached for the Munciana Volleyball Club for four seasons leading the 17's to a pair of third place finishes at the Junior Olympic National Championships.
For the past six years Dewey has been assisting the volleyball programs at Edmond Santa Fe High School (1999-2000) and Heritage Hall High School (2005) in Oklahoma City, as well as the University of Central Oklahoma (2001-02). Last season, he helped lead Heritage Hall to the state title.
In 2005, Dewey co-founded Oklahoma Peak Performance Volleyball Club. Four of the "Op2" teams qualified for the 2006 Junior Nationals, including Dewey's 17-under team.
As an assistant coach in 2002 at UCO, Dewey helped lead the Bronchos to a 30-7 record, including a 9-1 Lone Star Conference North record and a NCAA tournament appearance. Four UCO players were named first-team all-conference selections. Both seasons he assisted with the varsity team at Santa Fe High School the Wolves earned state runner-up honors.
Dewey and his wife of 15 years, Alicia, have two children: Chase and Kadie Grace. He graduated from Anderson University in 1994 with a bachelor of arts degree in speech, theatre and communications secondary education.
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