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Meet USC Women's Volleyball Coach Mick Haley

The Women of Troy are gearing up for a trip to the NCAA Tournament working for a coach who may be even more competitive and energetic than his star-studded players.

The USC Women's Volleyball program is off and running as one of the elite powerhouses in the nation. Thanks in large part to success and discipline on and off the court, this program rests in good hands under head coach Mick Haley.

Mick Haley is serving his 13th season as head coach at USC and continues to add to the rich history and heritage of one of the most successful women's volleyball programs in the nation.

Haley has guided his teams to two national championships (2002 and 2003), six NCAA national semifinal appearances (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011) and counting this season, 13 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. " Mick Haley – CU@USC – 34 – 11/7/13

For Haley, the 2011 Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year, the grind is more about the challenge of taking advantage of the unique opportunities that present themselves each and every season.

With 37 years of coaching experience under his belt including experiences at Texas, USC, the USA Olympic National Team and even Kellogg Community College; Haley has embraced every type of challenge in stride.

Make sure to view our fun sit-down interview with the head coach in red; diving into Haley's winning ways, heavy discipline and loving approach that continues to draw out the most from his players.