Bruce Meredith is in his fifth season as head volleyball coach at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Meredith, who joined the WLC volleyball coaching staff in 2009 as an assistant, was named the ninth head coach in program history June 3, 2010.
Meredith led WLC to the NACC Tournament for the fifth straight time in 2013, as the Warriors finished 10-24 overall and 5-6 in the NACC. Erin Greenfield was a First Team All-NACC selection and Kelly Johnson received Second Team honors.
Meredith directed the 2012 Warriors to a 13-18 overall record and a 6-6 conference mark. Four WLC players received All-Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference recognition, including First Team selection Erin Greenfield.
In each of his first two seasons at the helm of the Warriors (2010-2011), Meredith led Wisconsin Lutheran to identical 19-13 records. The 19 wins are the most since the 2004 season.
In 2011, Meredith led Wisconsin Lutheran to eight straight conference wins, a streak that spanned from September 21 through October 18. That stretch helped the Warriors finish with an 8-4 mark in NACC play and the fourth seed in the conference Tournament. In 2010, Meredith's first as head coach, the Warriors also finished with an 8-4 conference record and the fifth seed in the NACC Tournament. Meredith has coached 14 All-NACC performers in his four seasons as head coach.
Prior to joining WLC's coaching staff, Meredith recorded over 200 wins while coaching at the high school and club levels.
Since 2012, Meredith has been the head coach of the girls'16 Black team for the Milwaukee Sting. Last season, his team finished runner-up at the AAU national tournament in Orlando, Fla.
From 2002-2008, Meredith served as an assistant coach for the boys' varsity volleyball team at Nicolet High School in Glendale. He helped the Knights to a runner-up performance at the 2008 WIAA Boys' State Volleyball Tournament. Prior to 2002, Meredith began his coaching career as an assistant girls' volleyball coach at Pacelli High School in Stevens Point.
Meredith graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1994 with a bachelor of science degree. He was a four-time All-Wisconsin Volleyball Conference performer as an outside hitter for the UWSP men's volleyball team and was named the conference's MVP in 1992.
Meredith, who also works with USA Volleyball's High Performance Program at both the local and national levels, lettered in multiple varsity sports, including basketball and track & field while attending Northwestern Preparatory School in Watertown.
A member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA), Meredith was born May 27, 1969. Meredith is also employed as an IT manager. He currently resides in Milwaukee with his wife, Kelly, son, Trey, and daughter, Mila.