Lauren Douglass and Victoria Hinneburg led the team in kills with 16 each, while Marguerite Grubb earns her third double-double of the season.
Texas Tech tops Oklahoma Baptist and TCU on final competition date of the spring
Texas Tech promotes Jojit Coronel to the title of associate head coach Wednesday
Red Raiders take another step up in the second season under head coach Don Flora
Texas Tech sells out two sessions as hundreds of campers attended various camps
Red Raiders battle the Oklahoma Sooners in Big 12 play at the McCasland Field House in Norman.
Photos from the 2015 Red vs. Black Volleyball match on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, at the United Supermarkets Arena.
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Jojit Coronel enters his fifth season on the Texas Tech bench and his second with the title of associate head coach after earning the promotion on March 27, 2013.
Well-known for his scouting adjustments prior to and during matches, Coronel (pronounced Joe-jit Core-nel) serves as Tech's primary scout for upcoming matches while also assisting in recruiting and the daily development of the program that has won 53 matches already during his tenure.
Coronel's impact has been felt on the court since arriving at Tech as part of Don Flora's inaugural staff in 2012. After inheriting a program that totaled just four victories in 2010, the Red Raiders have recorded 53 victories during Coronel's tenure, two more wins than the school earned from the previous seven seasons prior to his arrival.
The Red Raiders finished 15-17 overall in his first season, marking the program's most wins since 2001. Tech also boasted the third-largest win differential (+11) in the country from the 2010 to 2011 seasons as well.
Coronel, who is responsible for Tech's defensive adjustments during matches, helped tutor sophomore Rachel Brummitt into one of the top liberos nationally, as she broke Tech's all-time career digs mark in just three seasons.
Brummitt etched her name in the Tech record book in 2013, totaling a school-record 604 digs as a junior. She averaged 5.16 digs per set which ranked second in the Big 12 and among the top-25 liberos nationally.
Brummitt has been honored as the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week five times in the past three seasons while also earning All-Big 12 honorable mention accolades as a junior and senior.
Brummitt was also named to the AVCA All-Region teams following the 2013 season as well, becoming just the first Red Raider to do so since 2000. She closed the year earning honorable mention All-America honors by the AVCA. She earned All-Region honors in 2014 as well.
Coronel joined Flora at Tech after 11 seasons as the head coach at George Washington where he totaled a 176-153 record during his tenure, highlighted by six trips to the Atlantic-10 Championship and three 20-plus win seasons.
Coronel was elevated to GW's head coach in August 2000 and immediately found success in only his first season. The Colonials finished 25-6, winning the Atlantic-10 Championship to advance to the NCAA Championship, earning Coronel the A-10 Coach of the Year award as well as a selection as one of the regional coaches of the year by the AVCA. He had previously served a season as an assistant coach before earning the promotion.
Prior to joining George Washington, Coronel spent four seasons as the assistant coach for the men's volleyball program at the University of the Pacific, one of the top collegiate men's programs in the country.
Throughout his career, Coronel has been heavily involved with the USA national program, most recently leading the USA/Chesapeake Region High Performance teams. He has also served numerous stints as a volunteer coach and various internships, working with both the 2001 and 2003 USA men's national teams. He assisted and trained with the 2001 team that won the gold medal at the USA World University Games as well as the potential 2004 Athens Olympic team.
Coronel graduated in 1993 from the University of California-Santa Cruz, with a degree in political science. He was a standout member of UCSC's volleyball team as both a setter and defensive specialist, leading the squad to a 74-42 record over four years and Pacific Coast Volleyball Association titles in 1989 and 1991.
Following his graduation, he served as the head coach for the men's program from 1993-95. During that time, he was involved with several junior club programs, including Team Santa Cruz, Nike Pacific Volleyball Club and DC Juniors.
A Los Angeles native, Coronel and his wife, Kimberly, have two sons, Ethan and Drew.