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Matt Troy
Matt  Troy

Last College:
West Virginia '02

Head Coach

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Hopkins Falls to Richard Stockton in Heartbreaker, 3-2

Sophomore Ellen Rogers Notches Career-High 20 Kills


The Hopkins Edge: Amelia Thomas

Three-time Captain Closes Out Successful Hopkins Career


16-0 Blue Jays Set Program Consecutive Wins Record

Hopkins Defeats Messiah, St. Mary's (MD)


Blue Jays Roll at Carnegie Mellon Invite to Third Straight Title

Hopkins Remains Perfect on the Season at 12-0


Freshman Warmington Powers Hopkins to Tournament Crown

Blue Jays Defeat Three 2011 NCAA Qualifiers

Matt Troy became the eighth head coach of the Johns Hopkins women's volleyball program in May 2010.

Troy has quickly turned the Blue Jays into a Centennial Conference powerhouse, compiling a 27-3 conference record since taking the helm in 2010.

He led Hopkins to its best season in program history in 2012, as the team notched a program-best win-loss record of 29-4. The Blue Jays won their first 16 matches of the season and won the Centennial Conference title for the second-straight season.

Hopkins dropped just four sets en route to capturing the Centennial Conference crown in 2011, as Troy was named Centennial Conference Coach of the Year. The Blue Jays finished the 2011 season with a record of 25-5.

Troy comes to Johns Hopkins after serving as the head coach at Howard Community College for one season. In his first season with the Dragons, he led the team to an 18-16 record and a third place finish in the conference with a 10-2 mark, as well as the top seed in the regional tournament. Troy also coached three of his players to All-Region honors.

Troy is in his sixth year with the Caroll Vipers Volleyball Club and is currently assistant director and head coach. He also spent one season as an assistant coach at Gettysburg College. He currently teaches physical education and health at Crestwood Middle School in Frederick, MD. Troy is a 2002 graduate of West Virginia University with a bachelor's degree in physical education and health. In 2009, he completed his master's from West Virginia in athletic coaching education.

Troy and his wife, Melissa, reside in Westminster, MD with their four daughters: Alexis, Kamryn, Emily and Brooke.