Haley Bilbruck
Eastern Illinois University
Haley Bilbruck
Assistant Coach
Eastern Illinois
Division 1

Haley Bilbruck joins the Panthers after completing her college career at Southeast Missouri State University. She will serve as the Graduate Assistant Coach with the Panthers this Fall taking part in coaching, scout breakdown and camp.   Bilbruck was an impact player at Southeast Missouri State University from 2017-19, playing in 220 sets in 61 matches in her two years with the Redhawks. She was ranked top five in almost every statistical category with the Redhawks. Bilbruck became the first player in Southeast to attend the USA Women's National Team Volleyball try-out in Colorado Springs, CO. To finish her career she added her name to the Second-Team All-Ohio Valley Conference Team. Before Southeast Bilbruck attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2014-2016) where she played in six matches and seven sets. She recorded a high of three kills, one dig and five blocks following her red-shirt season with the Rebels in 2014. Bilbruck was most recently coaching club volleyball for Pursuit Volleyball Academy, leading her team to success both years she was apart of the program. Prior to that, she spent two years with Summerlin Volleyball Academy where she also found great success.  In high school, Bilbruck was a three-year varsity letter winner at Hot Springs High School in Hot Springs, SD. While there, she broke the high school single-match blocking record with 15 solo blocks and was back-to-back district champions. Throughout her high school career Bilbruck earned honors of First Team All-Conference as well as being named the Most Valuable Offensive Player her senior season.