Aven Lee enters her fourth season on the bench for Pacific after joining the program in the spring of 2009.
Lee’s responsibilities include travel, academics, admissions, eligibility & compliance, outreach & community service, recruiting, match scouting, tournament & pre-season coordinating.
Lee came to Pacific after spending nine years coaching out of Hawaii at the junior national and high school levels.
Over the years, Aven has continued to be involved in the USA Volleyball High Performance pipeline, coaching over the years for different USA teams and camps including the Women’s National A2 Team, the Junior National A2 Team, the Select A1 team and other development camps.
Before leaving Hawaii, Lee was the Assistant Coach at Iolani Prep School in Honolulu, Hawaii. During the four seasons Lee coached for Iolani, the Raiders were ranked as one of the top-3 teams in the state throughout those four years.
Lee also spent two seasons as the Head Coach for the Kalani Falcons out of Honolulu, Hawaii. In those two years, the Falcons were named the OIA Champions, finished No. 3 in the State of Hawaii and Lee earned the title as the Oahu Interscholastic Association Coach of the Year.
Before her coaching career began, Lee was a Rainbow Wahine for Dave Shoji and (former Pacific Head Coach) Charlie Wade at the University of Hawaii from 1996-2000. Aven was a defensive-specialist/Outside Hitter for the Rainbow Wahine. During those years, the Rainbow Wahine had two Final Four appearance and finished the 1996 season as No. 2 in the Nation.