Stangle Announces Hiring of Assistant Coach

Aug. 1, 2005

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

University of Wyoming head volleyball coach Pat Stangle announced today the hiring of Teron Uy (pronounced Wie) as an assistant coach with the Cowgirl volleyball program.

"Teron is the perfect addition to our staff at this time," said Stangle. "In addition to a prior working relationship that the three of us have, Teron has spent the last four and a half years training and measuring the game of volleyball at a very high level. His knowledge of our philosophies and systems are already in place, thus allowing him to hit the ground running and help our team improve from Day 1. We're very fortunate to have him."

Uy joins the Wyoming coaching staff after spending the past four years at the University of Washington. During that time, he served as a volunteer assistant coach (2003-2004) and the technical director (2001-2003) for the program. His duties included planning and monitoring of daily practice performance, training of the setters, team defense and serving, along with individual, team and opponent video preparation.

Prior to that he spent two years the head coach at Skyline High School, then moved on to Seattle University as an assistant coach.

He is currently the technical director of Sudden Impact Volleyball involved with the general operation of the club, along with coaching teams of varying age groups. Uy has also been involved as a summer camp instructor with the Junkyard Dawgs Volleyball Camps, Nevillizms Satellite Camps and the Jim McLaughlin Volleyball Camps.

Uy earned his bachelor's degree in computer science from Santa Clara University in 1991.