CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia volleyball head coach Shannon Wells announced the addition of Trevor Kennan as the program’s volunteer assistant coach on Wednesday (Aug. 31). Kennan comes to UVA from George Mason, where he competed on the men’s volleyball team from 2018-22.

At UVA, Kennan is responsible for supporting the Cavaliers’ passers and defensive strategy. He also assists with compiling the team’s offensive scouting reports and on-Grounds recruiting efforts.

Kennan earned his bachelor’s degree in Sport Management with a minor in Coaching from GMU in 2022, where he was a four-year contributor both as a libero and an outside hitter. In 2021, he led the Patriots in digs (135) and digs per set (1.96), good for second in the EIVA. In 2021, Kennan recorded a career-best 17 digs against Ball State (Jan. 22).

A native of Redington Beach, Florida, Kennan attended Seminole High School. He played on the travel circuit for MVP Academy Club, and in 2017 was named an AAU National All-American. A three-sport athlete, Kennan also lettered in golf and tennis for Seminole. He is also the first player in Seminole history to earn a Division I men’s volleyball scholarship.