Haldi Named Assistant Volleyball Coach

Former San Jose State  volleyball player Jeanine Haldi has been promoted to assistant coach for the program after serving as a volunteer coach for the 2007 season.

Haldi played for San Jose State from 1999 to 2002 and finished her four-year career with 982 digs, ranking sixth all-time. Considered the first libero in Spartan history as the position was instituted her senior year, Haldi led the 2002 team with 370 digs. She played in two NCAA Tournaments (2000 and 2001) including the 2001 upset of Santa Clara when she had eight block assists in the win.

During the 2005-06 school year, Haldi worked in the San Jose State Athletics Department as a compliance assistant while completing her master’s degree at the University of San Francisco. In 2005, she worked in the University of California Athletics Department as a sponsorship intern.

Haldi is involved in the club volleyball system where she is the president, trainer and coach of Club Levile in Tracy, Calif. The club is certified by the Northern California Volleyball Association.

A three-time Scholar-Athlete, Haldi graduated from San Jose State in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and sport management. She received her master’s degree from the University of San Francisco in May 2006.