Head Coach, TWU

Huebner comes to TWU from Middle Tennessee State where he was most recently the Interim Head Women’s Volleyball Coach after being hired as an assistant coach in January 2016. Before his time in Murfreesboro, Huebner started the women’s volleyball program in 2011 at the College of Coastal Georgia in Brunswick, Georgia. He ended his five-year tenure with a 121-54 record, including a 65-10 record the last two years. Over those past two seasons Huebner guided the Mariners to the Southern States Athletic Conference regular and postseason championships and led his team to the NAIA National Tournament in 2014 and 2015.
 
In 2014, Huebner was named an AVCA Top 30 Coaches Under 30 recipient, the AVCA Region Coach of the Year and the Southern States Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. At Coastal Georgia, Huebner coached four All-Americans, 27 All-Conference team members, and 22 consecutive weeks in the National Coaches Top 25 Poll.
 
Before coming to Coastal Georgia, Huebner was a successful high school and club volleyball coach in his home state of Illinois. While at Illini Elite Volleyball Club, he coached his teams to six medal finishes at USAV Junior Olympics and AAU National Championships. As a coach at Tri-Valley High School, his teams finished in the top 10 four times in five years.
 
A graduate of Illinois State, Huebner played college club volleyball and earned Best Setter in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association two times and All-American honors twice.
 
On making the transition to Denton, Huebner stated, "My family is thrilled to be welcomed to TWU. We are very thankful to Chalese Connors and all the members of the search committee who showed us how engaged and inspiring Pioneer Athletics is as a whole. Texas Woman's University has a long-standing tradition of developing and empowering women of character to be real difference makers in our world. At the end of the day, I knew that the institution's commitment to excellence was a perfect fit for our desire to help student-athletes realize the best version of themselves. We look forward to engaging the community, the classroom and the court at the highest level."
 
The Buffalo Grove, Illinois, native married his wife, Erin, in 2010 and they have a three-year-old son, Asher, and three-month-old daughter, Rory.