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Linda Zhang

Linda is a 2008 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a degree in politics, philosophy, and economics.  She was the four-year starting setter for Penn, and earned Honorable Mention All-Ivy honors as a sophomore and Second Team All-Ivy honors as a senior.  At Penn, Linda finished her freshman season with the highest hitting percentage in the conference as a setter.  During her senior year, she helped lead Penn to a second-place finish in the Ivy League and became the fourth Quaker ever to record at least 3,000 assists in a career.

During her senior year at Portage Northern High School, Linda finished sixth out of 12 finalists in the voting for the 2004 Michigan Miss Volleyball Player of the Year as voted on by the Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association (MIVCA) and the Detroit Free Press.

 Prior to coming to Delaware United, Linda was a coach with SC Midlands Volleyball Club, in Columbia, South Carolina.  In South Carolina she was the head coach for the 17's girls teams and helped run the setters positional practices and an assistant coach for the 16's girls team that qualified for the 2105 Junior Nationals in New Orleans.

Linda is currently in her third season as assistant coach of the Swarthmore College Women's Volleyball team, which she helped lead to their first "Elite 8" appearance in the NCAA playoff in 2017 and finished being ranked 18th in the nation.  2019-20 will be Linda's fifth season at DUVBC, where most recently she coached the 17 Navy team. Linda is a member of USA Volleyball and is both Safe Sport and Impact Certified.