Former All-American Traci Dahl enters her third season as an
assistant coach with the Titans where she heads up the program's
recruiting in addition to her regular coaching duties, practice
planning and follow up on student academic progress.
The former middle blocker was a prominent member of Long Beach
State's 1993 national championship women's volleyball squad and
more recently an assistant coach at Hofstra University in
Hempstead, New York.
Dahl assisted for one season with Hofstra in 2004, where the
Pride went 19-10 and finished second in the Colonial Athletic
Association. Prior to her year in New York, Dahl was a teacher and
coach at Downey High School from 1998-2004 and Cerritos Community
College from 1995-97. While at Downey, the Vikings produced four
undefeated league titles, nine All-CIF players and four league
A 1996 physical education graduate from Long Beach State, Dahl
earned second-team All-Big West Conference honors in 1993 with the
49ers and first-team honors in 1994 when she also gained
second-team All-American status.
Dahl previously played at Cerritos and twice (1991-92) was
selected South Coast Conference Player of the Year. In 1992 she was
California Player of the Year and first-team All-American and led
the Falcons to the state championship. She prepped at Gahr High
School in Cerritos and won All-San Gabriel Valley League honors as
well as a 1989 CIF championship.
Dahl coached Club West's 17 and under club team in LaVerne,
Calif., in 2006, and led her squad to a fifth-place finish out of
81 teams at the Reno Volleyball Fesitval in Reno, Nev.
Dahl currently resides in Long Beach, Calif.