Moritz Moritz
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Colorado State
Graduating Year: 2006
Phone: (208) 885-0263

Moritz Moritz joined the Vandals in 2006 as an assistant coach.

Moritz has coached in the collegiate ranks at Colorado State University where he was a volunteer assistant coach from 1998-2002 and an interim assistant coach for the 2004 season. Moritz also coached the top 18-black team with the Norco Junior Volleyball Club at Fort Collins, Colo. He spent the 2005 season as an assistant coach at Fort Collins High School.

"Moritz is a huge asset to our coaching staff and the University of Idaho," head coach Debbie Buchanan said. "He is a great teacher in the gym and has a great eye when breaking down film. He continues to learn and grow in his profession and he has been and will continue to be a big part of our success."

Moritz graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in 2006 and played club volleyball while at CSU. He is married to the former Kevann Tuell and is originally from Berlin, Germany.

"I decided to come to Idaho partially because I knew Debbie and had worked with her at Colorado State and also because I wanted to come here and help continue to build this program and make it a top-25 program," Moritz said. "I’ll work on the defense and also try to evoke the biggest sense of competitiveness, drive and hard work from the team and coaching staff as we all work towards the same goal."

Aside from his work on the court, Moritz oversees the managers and the player’s academic progress, coordinates community service, works with data volley, and handles tape exchange and the breakdown of film.


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