Steven Gream, Head Coach
Volleyball Year-by-Year Win/Loss Records & Highlights
Steven Gream begins his first season as the new head coach of the Union
University volleyball program. Gream becomes only the second head coach for
Union volleyball since the programs inaugural season in 1998. In addition
to this head coaching duties for volleyball, Gream will serve as assistant coach
for softball and assistant on the grounds crew.
After graduating from Union University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science
degree in History, Gream spent five years at his former high school alma mater,
North Pemiscot High School in Wardell, Missouri. At North Pemiscot, Gream was
the high school and junior high volleyball coach, as well as, a high school
history teacher. In August of 2004, Gream completed his Masters of Education
degree from Union University
Gream, a native of Portageville, Missouri, has worked with local clubs and
leagues in the community to develop new volleyball programs for young kids, and
in doing so, has increased the participation and quality of volleyball in his
area. He also is a member of the AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association).
During his time at Union as a student, Gream was the student assistant coach
for the volleyball team. Over those two seasons, Union compiled an overall
record of 78-18 with a TranSouth Conference regular season and tournament
championship. Union also participated in two NAIA Region XI Tournaments, as well
as, two appearances in the NCCAA (National Christian College Athletic
Association) National Tournament.