Beginning her first year as an assistant coach at Utah State is Amy Crosbie who was a four-year starter for the Aggies volleyball team from 1997-2000.
While at Utah State, Crosbie set school records in kills (1,463) and attacks (3,627), and ranks in the top-10 all-time at USU in games (415), matches (120), hitting percentage (.207), service aces (98) and digs (763). Crosbie also owns the USU single-season records for kills (461) and attacks (1,094) set during her senior year.
“I am extremely excited about the opportunity to coach at my alma mater,” said Crosbie. “Knowing the program and the coaching staff as well as I do makes this an opportunity I couldn't pass up.”
A 2002 graduate of Utah State with a degree in family and consumer science education, Crosbie was named a first-team all-Big West selection as a senior in 2000 as she led USU to a 22-10 record and the school's first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament where they defeated Missouri in the first round. On Sept. 12, 2000, Crosbie became the only Utah State player ever to be named the AVCA/Sports Imports National Player of the Week when she led Utah State to its first win against BYU in 20 years. She was also named second-team all-Big West as a junior and to the all-freshmen team during the 1997 campaign.
Crosbie is a native of Visalia, Calif., and is married to Jeff Crosbie, who is a senior on Utah State’s football team.