Head Coach: 15 Elite Black
Sean Liu has a very successful history in coaching Junior Olympic Volleyball. The Dayton Juniors 18s were qualified to Nationals 4 times in 5 years when Sean was head coach. The Metro Maryland 16's also went to Nationals in Liu's second year.
Liu finished his seventh season as an assistant coach at Maryland. With his vast knowledge of the game, Liu is in charge of basic court training as well as scouting and all aspects of recruiting.
Before his post at Maryland, Liu was an assistant coach at the University of Dayton where he served for seven seasons for the Flyers. During his tenure at Dayton, Liu helped guide the Flyers to a 133-83 (.616) record and the 1998 Atlantic Ten championship.
Prior to Dayton, Liu was a member of the Shenyang Military Command of the People's Liberation Army men's volleyball team in China for six years. He later became the head coach of the women's volleyball team for the same army.
Liu came to the United States in 1989 as an exchange teacher at Bay Village High School in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1992, he returned to the United States to earn his master's degree in physical education from the University of Dayton in 1995.