Caitlin Staib
Benedictine University
Caitlin Staib
Assistant Coach
Benedictine (IL)
Division 3

Caitlin Staib joined the Benedictine University women's volleyball program as an assistant coach in 2013. Staib brings a wealth of knowledge to the program. She was a Naperville Central High School standout, leading the 2005 team to the Class AA State Championship with a record of 39-4. She was a two-time All-Conference player and was named the Chicago Sun Times Third Team All-Area.  Staib earned a volleyball scholarship to Bradley University where she graduated in 2012 with a degree in Special Education. As a junior she was one of three players to play and start in all 32 matches and was ranked second team on the team for kills in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC). As a senior she reached double figures five separate times, tallying 13 kills all five times. She finished her career ranked 37th on Bradley's career kill list with 489. While at Bradley she was a member of the Braves Council, the student-athlete advisory committee, and was on the Bradley Athletic Director's Honor Roll five times.   Staib currently lives in Westmont and is an 8th grade special education teacher in Riverside District 96.