Kevin Laseau
Kevin Laseau

Kevin Laseau has completed five seasons on Erin Appleman's staff. In 2008, his first season as Associate Head Coach, Laseau helped lead the Bulldogs to an Ivy League Championship and the NCAA Championship Second Round for the second time in his Yale career. Laseau was an assistant coach for the Bulldogs’ 2004 Ivy League Championship and NCAA Championship First Round victories.

Yale is 91-35 (.722) with Laseau on the sidelines, and has won at least 10 Ivy League matches in all five of his seasons in New Haven.

Laseau came to the Elm City with over 20 years of national club coaching experience, which includes a National Junior Championship and three bronze medals in the 16-open division with the prestigious Munciana (Ind.) Volleyball club.

As an assistant coach, Laseau helped guide the Munciana 16-open squad to a national title in 1997, a bronze medal in 1999, and a second-place finish at the AAU Nationals in 1989. Laseau became head coach in 2000 and led the team to back-to-back bronze medals in 2000 and 2001. In addition, he coached in all but one Junior Olympics tournament from 1987-2003.

Laseau, who has worked at volleyball camps at Ball State, Purdue and Nebraska, spent one season as an assistant varsity coach at Muncie Burris High School (Ind.), which was ranked first in the state most of that season.

In 2003, Laseau wrote for, the Internet's only junior volleyball website and served as a radio color commentator for Purdue volleyball matches.

A 1992 graduate of Ball State, Laseau played four seasons in the backcourt for Don Shondell and the Volleycards, who won back-to-back MIVA Championships during that time.