Bond Shymansky Departs Marquette

A search has begun for Shymansky's successor.

Feb. 3, 2014

MILWAUKEE - Former Marquette University head women's volleyball coach Bond Shymansky was introduced Monday afternoon at the University of Iowa as the newest head coach of the Hawkeyes.

"We appreciate the substantial contributions coach Shymansky has made to the growth and development of Marquette volleyball," Marquette interim vice president and director of athletics Bill Cords said. "He, his staff, and team have raised the success and visibility of our program to a national level and in so doing have built a solid foundation upon which to grow stronger and better. We wish Bond and his family the very best."

Shymansky finished the most successful five-year run in Marquette history in 2013 with the third of three consecutive NCAA Championship appearances as well as MU's first BIG EAST Conference regular season and tournament championships. The Iowa City, Iowa native was 118-45 (.724) in five seasons in Milwaukee and was 57-16 in conference play.

"The search has already begun for a coach who shares our vision for the future of MU volleyball and who will continue to build our program and capitalize on the momentum of the team's recent success," Cords said.




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