Toby Rens Head Coach
Toby Rens begins his first season as the head coach of the Georgetown University volleyball team in 2018. He Rens comes to the Hilltop with 19 seasons of head coaching experience, including 378 career victories and six NCAA Tournament appearances.
“We are very excited to bring someone with Toby’s experience and leadership to the Hilltop,” Georgetown Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Lee Reed said. “He is a proven winner and we look forward to the direction he will lead our program.”
With a 378-266 career record, Rens has served as the head coach at Northern Michigan, Maryland Eastern Shore, LIU-Brooklyn, Pittsburgh and Chicago State. He was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2002 and 2017 while at UMES as well as the Northeast Conference Coach of the Year in 2005 with the Blackbirds.Read More
Nemanja Rozgic Assistant Coach
Nemanja Rozgic begins his first season at Georgetown University as an assistant coach for the 2018 season. He comes to the Hilltop with extensive club coaching and professional playing experience.
Rozgic played and coached professionally in his native Serbia from 2004-15 before emigrating to the United States in 2015.
In the U.S., Rozgic also runs Go Volley Elite Volleyball Club based out of Northern Virginia. He is an ACE certified personal trainer and holds specialty certifications in mind body exercise and orthopedic exercise.Read More
Sulongga Asuncion Director of Volleyball Operations and Player Development
Sulongga Asuncion begins her first season at Georgetown University as the director of volleyball operations and player development for the 2018 season. She comes to the Hilltop with experience as a volunteer assistant at Loyola Maryland and Canisius, as well as head coaching experience in her native China.
Prior to her season on the sidelines with the Greyhounds, Asuncion established and served as the inaugural head coach of the Baotou Medical College in Inner Mongolia, China. She led BMC to a victory in the Chinese College Volleyball Tournament (Northern District) in 2016 and the Chinese National College Volleyball championship in 2017.
Asuncion played collegiate volleyball at Murray State, earning her bachelor of arts in international business in 2012. She graduated cum laude, was twice selected to the Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll and was an Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Foundation Academic Scholar. Asuncion also played one season at Canisius as a graduate student, earning a master of science in sports administration in 2013. Prior to her time in the collegiate ranks, she was a starter on the Chinese National Youth Volleyball Team from 2006-07.Read More