Morgan Coberly
Morgan Coberly


Coberly enters his 18th season coaching the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's team in the 2023-24 academic year. For his efforts during the 2014 season, the AVCA named Morgan as the Division III National Assistant Coach of the Year, and he has also been part of the SCIAC Coaching Staff of the Year five times, including in the 2022 campaign, when CMS went 30-1 and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for 10 weeks.

Coberly was also the Varsity coach at Bonita High School from 2003-07 where his teams won the league championship in four of his five seasons and reached the CIF semifinal in '07. In his final season as Bonita, Coberly was named both the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, and San Gabriel Valley Tribune Volleyball Coach of the Year. Coberly was also named the 2003 All Sports Show Inland Empire High School Volleyball Coach of the Year. He is now the Club Director for Forza 1 Volleyall Club in Ontario, CA.

As a junior player Coberly played in seven Junior Olympics for the Boulder Volleyball Club. He played college volleyball for the University of La Verne where he was captain and starting setter for their 1998 NCAA runner-up team. Morgan finished his senior season at La Verne as the school’s all-time career assist leader, and was an Asics First Team College All-American, as well as being selected to the 1998 National Final Four All-Tournament Team.

After Coberly finished his playing career at La Verne, he stayed on as an assistant coach for the men’s program under his father, Jack Coberly, winning a National Championship in 1999, and coaching teams to Final Four appearances in 2002 and 2003. In 2004, Coberly took over as head coach of La Verne leading his team to a top-five national ranking. Although the program was cut after the 2004 season, La Verne’s men’s teams made four Final Four appearances and were never ranked outside the top 10 in the national rankings during Coberly’s playing and coaching days.

Coberly spent 10 seasons with Club West, and three seasons as the Director of Club West. His 12 National teams have finished in the top five in the region five times in eight years and twice finished in the top 10 nationally, as well as winning the gold medal at the Junior Olympic Championships in 2010 and 2012.