Matt Huskey completed his first season as a volunteer coach for Georgia in 2011.
Huskey joined the Bulldogs in February of 2011 having spent the two previous seasons as an assistant coach at Florida Atlantic University. With the Owls, Huskey primarily worked with the outside hitters, passing and the team's defensive philosophy. Off the court, he was also involved with FAU's recruiting, operations and opponent scouting.
Prior to his tenure at FAU, Huskey worked for a year in the private sector.
Huskey played eight years of club volleyball at St. Louis CYC and was a four-year varsity player at St. Louis High School, where he played libero on a state championship team as a junior in 2003. After serving as team captain as a senior, Huskey continued his playing career at the University of Missouri, where he helped the men's club volleyball team win the Division I-AA National Championship in 2006.
Huskey's coaching career began while he was still in college when he retuned to the St. Louis CYC program to serve as an assistant coach during the summers. After graduating from Missouri in the spring of 2008, he became a full-time assistant for the St. Louis CYC club team, which produced five Division I athletes. The team recorded multiple top-10 finishes at national qualifying tournaments as well as the JVDA national championship. In addition, he guided the junior varsity team at Nerinx Hall High School to an 11-5 record as head coach.