In 2016-17, Dustin Reid entered his ninth year as head coach of the Ryerson Rams women's volleyball program and second year as head coach of the Rams men's volleyball program. Reid lead both of his volleyball programs to the OUA Final Four championships. The women's team, who were hosting the U SPORTS women's volleyball championships for the very first time earned fantastic championship experience, and held their own against the Alberta Pandas in their quarter-final game.
Reid took on double duty for the first in 2015-16, coaching both the women's and men's programs at Ryerson. He took both to the OUA Final Four championships where both teams earned the silver medal.
The OUA Coach of the Year in 2009-10, Reid has transformed the women's program into an annual contender. In 2012-13 the women set a program best for wins in a season and qualified for the Final Four for just the second time ever.
A former Canadian national team player, Reid represented Canada in more than 120 international matches including two World Cups, the 1994 World Championship, and two Olympic qualification attempts (1996 and 2000). He also played professionally for four years in Germany and Switzerland after playing one season with the University of Toronto.
Prior to joining the Ryerson program Reid served as the Technical Director for the Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA) for four years. He also coached professionally in Switzerland, winning four national championships.
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