Seton Hall’s head women’s volleyball coach resigns
The Seton Hall head women’s volleyball coach has resigned from his position at the University, according to Assistant Director of Athletics/Communications Matt Sweeney.
Kris Zeiter, who has spent the last six years at the Hall, is leaving to spend more time with his family.
“This is a difficult decision to make, but it’s what’s best for me and my family at this time,” Zeiter said in a University press release. “I will look back fondly on the years I’ve spent at Seton Hall and all that we were able to accomplish.”
Zeiter has been one of the most successful volleyball coaches in Seton Hall’s history. Over the last three seasons, he has led the Pirates to two consecutive Big East Tournament appearances, though the team was eliminated in the first round both years.
This past season, Zeiter led the Hall to a school record eight conference wins.
“Kris has brought the Seton Hall women’s volleyball program to a new level of excellence,” Director of Athletics Patrick Lyons said in a press release. “I thank him for his contributions and hard work and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.”
There is no information on who the next head coach will be.
Check TheSetonian.com and this Thursday’s release of The Setonian for updated information on this developing story.