WICHITA, Kan. -

 Wichita States adds Sean Carter as its new assistant volleyball coach. He becomes head coach Chris Lamb's second assistant after promoting Matt Hoffman to first assistant. 

"I am very excited to be joining the Shocker Volleyball program and the Wichita State family,” Carter said. “I am looking forward to working along side such great coaches in Chris Lamb and Matt Hoffman. I couldn't be happier to be here and can't wait to start working with the players to help them continue the tradition of success that the Shocker Volleyball program is known for." 

Sean comes Wichita after serving as an assistant coach at The Master’s College in Santa Clarita, Calif., from 2012-13. While at The Master’s, he helped the Lady Mustangs to two NAIA National Tournament appearances and a NAIA National Quarterfinals appearance in 2013. 

At The Master’s, he did on floor coaching, individual training of all positions, scouting of opponents, practice design and management, recruiting and served as the liaison between the facility and event manager. He was also the director of the summer volleyball camps. 

From 2009-12, he was the manager for the University of Arizona volleyball program. During his time with the Wildcats, he was responsible for assisting the head coach and assistant coaches with training exercises, setting up and taking down all video scouting equipment and all volleyball equipment, running the Data Volley Program, oversight of volunteer managers and doing inventory of all volleyball equipment. 

While at Arizona, Carter was the starting setter and team captain for the University of Arizona men’s club volleyball team from 2009-11. In 2010, he was the starting libero for 2nd City Premiere that won the USA Volleyball Adult Nationals open division and from 2006-08, he was the starting libero for Cal State Northridge. He was also a member of the Synergy Volleyball Club from 2003-06.