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Scott Touzinsky
Scott  Touzinsky

Assistant Coach

1st Year

Former Long Beach State standout and professional men’s volleyball player, Scott Touzinsky, returned to Long Beach State in 2017 as an assistant coach.

One of Long Beach State's great players during his time as a student-athlete, Touzinsky went on to star as an outside hitter both professionally and on the international stage. As a member of the USA Men's National Team, Touzinsky won a Gold Medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He also won the World League, and played professionally for over 13 seasons in five different countries.

Touzinsky started his collegiate career at Long Beach State off with a bang, being named the AVCA Co-Freshman of the Year in 2001, and would star for four seasons at the Beach. He led the team in kills as both a junior and a senior, and ranks fifth in career kills at Long Beach State with 1,642. He remains the program's service ace leader with 158 in four seasons, and owns three of the top four single-season marks for aces in school history, as well as the single-game record of nine aces in one match.

His best season came in 2004, when Touzinsky led the Beach to a 28-7 overall record and a spot in the NCAA Championship Match. A consensus first-team All-American as a senior, Touzinsky also earned first-team All-MPSF honors and earned NCAA All-Tournament Team honors.

In addition to his playing career, Touzinsky founded his own club, Touzinsky's Elite Volleyball in Saint Louis in 2006, where he remains the owner and principal business manager.

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