Mike Gee begins his third season at Cal State Fullerton as the
women’s volleyball program prepares for the 2013 season.
Gee joined the Titans' volleyball staff in 2011 as a second
assistant coach after three highly successful years as the head
coach at Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland, Calif.
A native of Orinda, Calf., Gee assists head coach Carolyn
Zimmerman in the development of the Titans' defense and passing
systems, and also assists in the programs' recruiting efforts.
In 2012, libero Gabrielle Dewberry totaled 600 digs, ranking
second all-time in Fullerton single-season history, while her 4.80
per set average rated third in the Big West.
As a team in 2012, the Titans accumulated 2,020 digs, a number
that ranked third in CSF single-season history and fifth in the Big
West standings. Additionally, Fullerton’s total of 1,451
assists ranked fifth in the program’s single-season
In 2011, Fullerton’s average of 12.05 assists per set
ranked fifth in the league while the clubs’ average of 17.18
digs per set ranked second in the Big West and fourth all-time in
In three seasons at the helm of the Bishop O'Dowd volleyball
program, Gee's teams compiled a 99-27 overall record and produced
three consecutive Hayward Area League and North Coast Section
titles, going undefeated in league from 2008 to 2010.
Overall, Gee guided the Dragons to a 21-3 overall record in the
postseason and took them to the CIF Northern California Finals in
2009, earning him East Bay Coach of the Year recognition by The
Contra Costa Times.
Gee got his first taste of coaching in 2004 with his alma mater,
Miramonte High School (Orinda, Calif.), serving as the girls'
junior varsity head coach and the volunteer assistant for the boy's
varsity team. He moved on to assist at the varsity level at
Campolindo High School (Moraga, Calif.) from 2005-07 and helped the
Cougars to a CIF State Championship in 2006.
At the club level, Gee has served as a head coach, head
technical trainer and an assistant coach for the Golden Bear
Volleyball Club since 2003. He has helped over 40 junior club
players sign at the Div. I and II levels, including Cal first-team
All-American outside hitter Tarah Murrey.
He has also served as the Youth A2 assistant coach and lead
tryout coach for the USA Volleyball Girls' High Performance Program
As a player, Gee lettered three years at Miramonte High School
and helped the Matadors to a CIF Div. I North Coast Championship in
2003 as a senior. That year he was named a Diablo Foothill League
first-team honorable mention and the team's most inspiration
Gee, 26, is a graduate of Cal (2008) with a degree in
psychology. He currently resides in Fullerton.