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 Amy Gandy
Amy Gandy

Ontario, Canada

Director of Operations

Fifth Season

Alma Mater:
Texas Tech '07


Red Raiders Look to Rebound at No. 14 Kansas State

Texas Tech takes on the 14th-ranked Wildcats at 3 p.m. Saturday in Manhattan


Texas Tech Hosts Oklahoma in Annual Pink Match

Red Raiders and the Sooners are set for a 6 p.m. first serve Wednesday at the United Spirit Arena


Texas Tech Takes First Trip to West Virginia Saturday

Red Raiders and Mountaineers are set for a 12 p.m. CT first serve at the WVU Coliseum


Red Raider Volleyball Opens 2012 Season at Boston College

Texas Tech faces Fordham at 9 a.m. CT Friday in the first of four matches this weekend


Alumni Tops Red Raiders in Final Preseason Test

Texas Tech opens the 2012 season next Friday at the Boston College Invitational


VB: Tech Sweeps UTPA, San Jose State

Texas Tech volleyball played its first matches of the season at United Spirit Arena on Friday, sweeping UT-Pan Am and San Jose State to stay perfect this season.


Texas Tech vs. TCU

Texas Tech vs. TCU


Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma

Texas Tech Volleyball vs. Oklahoma


Texas Tech Volleyball vs. Northwestern State

Texas Tech Volleyball vs. Northwestern State


Texas Tech Volleyball vs. San Jose State

Texas Tech Volleyball vs. San Jose State


Texas Tech Volleyball begins Fall practice

The 2012 Red Raider volleyball season officially began Wednesday afternoon at the United Spirit Arena.

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Office: (806) 742-7545 ext. 275

Former Texas Tech standout Amy Gandy enters her fifth season on the Red Raider bench as the program's director of volleyball operations.

Gandy, who joined the staff during the 2009 season, handles the business functions for the program, including team travel and various day-to-day aspects. She is also actively involved in the club volleyball scene throughout the Lubbock area, helping organize club coaches and assisting with the operations of the growing program.

One of the top middle blockers in Tech history, Gandy finished the 2010 season as an assistant coach under then-interim head coach Beth Falls. Over the final nine matches, the Red Raiders showed improvement under the duo, breaking a four-year road conference losing streak and winning more sets than a Tech team had done in conference since 2007. She was retained on Don Flora's staff beginning with the 2011 season.

As a player, Gandy finished her career as one of just eight Tech players to record 1,000 career kills, while posting 367 total blocks, sixth best on the school's all-time chart. She is also one of just four Tech players to finish a career with over 300 block assists.

Gandy, known primarily as Amy Charlebois during her playing career from 2004-07, graduated from Texas Tech in 2007 with a degree in mathematics.

An Ontario, Canada native, Gandy and her husband, Eric, reside in Lubbock.

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