Rob Chilcoat
University of South Alabama
Rob Chilcoat
Assistant Coach
South Alabama
Division 1

Rob Chilcoat joined the Jaguar volleyball program as an assistant coach in January 2019. Chilcoat worked with Jaguar head coach Alexis Meeks for three seasons (2016-18) at West Alabama where he served as associate head coach. Chilcoat helped coach and develop 1 All-American, 3 All-Region, 3 First-Team All GSC Players, 5 Second-Team All GSC Players, the 2017 & 2018 Freshman of the Year and the 2018 Setter of the Year. While at UWA he helped take the program to its first Gulf South Championship appearance, the most wins in program history, and the first ever berth into the NCAA DII Tournament appearance. Chilcoat spent the 2015-16 season as a graduate assistant coach for the University of Essex in Colchester, England, where he helped the squad to a 12-0 record while making the move from Division I to the Premier League. He also worked on his Masters of Science in Organized Crime, Terrorism and Security from at Essex, and played for the semi-professional Tendring Volleyball Club, earning two league MVP awards and helping the squad to a 14-4 record. Prior to his tenure at Essex, Chilcoat competed for Loyola University of Chicago as an outside hitter and primary passer. He was a member of consecutive NCAA Division I National Championship teams in 2014-15, and three straight Midwestern intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) championship teams from 2013-15. In each of his four seasons at Loyola, Chilcoat was named to the MIVA All-Academic team, and earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice in 2015.