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In his seven seasons at Utah State, DuBose is the second-winningest volleyball coach in school history with a 113-98 (.536) record, including a 63-49 (.563) Western Athletic Conference mark.
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Utah State Women's Volleyball vs UVU, 2013
Entering her seventh season as an assistant coach at Utah State is Taubi Neves (pronounced Tau-bee Kneevs), who officially joined the coaching staff in August, 2007.
As an assistant coach at Utah State, Neves is the team's travel coordinator, is in charge of equipment and helps with implementing offensive systems.
A native of Otto, Wyo., Neves played for two seasons on Utah State's volleyball team in 2002 and 2003 and set a new single-season digs record as a senior with 362 digs. Neves began her collegiate career at Northwest Community College in Powell, Wyo., where she earned all-region and all-conference honors as a freshman and sophomore.
Neves graduated from USU in 2004 with a degree in physical education/pre-physical therapy and earned a master's degree from BYU in exercise science in 2010. Following her collegiate career, Neves served an 18-month LDS Church Mission in Chile.
Neves' younger sister is Aggie junior setter Paige Neves, while her older sister, Chelsi, played at USU from 2000-01, and is No. 4 on the career assists list.