CASTLETON, Vt. – Lindsay Bynon has been named the head women's volleyball coach at Castleton University, announced Associate Dean for Athletics and Recreation Deanna Tyson Friday.
Bynon comes to Castleton with a strong volleyball pedigree, working each of the last five years as the Co-Director and Coach of Spike Mountain Volleyball Camps hosted at Castleton. She has also held various positions coaching both boy's and girl's youth volleyball in New York, and oversees the social media outlets for the New York Volleyball Coaches Association.
"We are excited to have Lindsay on board at Castleton," said Tyson. "She is familiar with the campus having spent time here working camps, and her family's ties to the game have helped prepare her for this role."
"I would like to thank Associate Dean for Athletics and Recreation Deanna Tyson, President Dr. Karen Scolforo and the hiring committee for this opportunity," said Bynon. "I've been everything from an observer, a camper, a coach and an assistant director during the 22 years of Spike Mountain Volleyball Camp at Castleton and I am excited to begin working for the University."
As a player, Bynon won a pair of New York State Championships for Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School before playing collegiately at The College of Saint Rose and Nazareth College. At Nazareth, Bynon appeared in 65 matches over two years. She accumulated 269 digs and 31 service aces playing as a defensive specialist and libero.