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Kevin Furnish

Assistant Volleyball Coach for Men

Ball State University

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Ball State University

2000 W. University Ave.

Muncie, Indiana 47306

United States

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business education

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Kevin Furnish, a former three-year letterwinner for the Ball State University men's volleyball team, is in his 16th season as his alma mater's assistant coach.
In his previous 15 seasons, the Cardinals have compiled a 270-143 overall record, including a 132-61 mark in MIVA action.
On Feb. 13, 2009, Furnish helped led Ball State to a 3-0 (30-13, 30-25, 30-23) victory over the Milwaukee School of Engineering to mark the program's 1,000th overall victory. BSU is one of only two NCAA Division I/II men's volleyball programs to eclipse the 1,000 win mark, joining UCLA.
During the 2002 season, Furnish helped guide BSU to MIVA regular season and tournament titles, plus helped lead the team to the NCAA Tournament, where it lost to No. 1 Pepperdine in the national semifinal match.
With Furnish's assistance, BSU has been ranked in the final USA Today/AVCA Coaches Top-15 Poll in 10 of the last 12 seasons. Overall, the Cardinals have been ranked in 144 of a possible 233 polls since Furnish joined the staff, including 35 Top-10 rankings.
The Cardinals have been ranked has high as sixth in the AVCA Coaches Poll with Furnish's help, including twice in 2003 and in the final March poll of the 2008 season.
Along with the team accolades, Furnish has helped guide six Cardinals to All-America honors.
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Overall, BSU's student-athletes have earned All-MIVA honors 43 times since Furnish joined the staff, including 20 first team selections, 21 second team honorees and two third team choices.
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Prior to returning to Ball State as an assistant, Furnish spent four years as the head coach of the St. Joseph's (Ind.) College women's volleyball team after spending the 1995 campaign as an assistant. From 1996-2000, he led the Lady Pumas with the highlight of his four-year career being the 1999 season.
In 1999, he guided the Lady Pumas to a 19-11 record and the school's second straight appearance in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament.
Furnish began his coaching career in 1990, when he became the head coach of the girls varsity team at Shenandoah High School. He held that position until becoming head coach of the boys club team at the school in 1994.
In addition to those positions, Furnish has gained coaching experience at the club and camp level. He began a two-year stint on the staff of the Munciana Volleyball Club in 1990 and later served as director of the Cool Volleyball Club in 1993 and 1994.
Furnish coached with the Reebok Vision Volleyball Club in 1995. He was also an instructor for the Ball State Volleyball Camps from 1989-91, the University of Wisconsin Volleyball Camps in 1995 and 1996 and the Epicenter Volleyball Camps in Milwaukee, Wis., in 1997.
As a collegiate student-athlete at Ball State, Furnish led the nation and totaled the then-second-highest hitting percentage in school history when he hit .430 during the 1989 season to help the Cardinals to an MIVA Championship and a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Tournament.
He earned the first of two straight All-MIVA First-Team selections the following season after helping BSU to a second straight league title and a third-place showing in the national tourney. Furnish ranked fifth nationally with a .383 hitting percentage and placed second on the Cardinals with 153 total blocks -- the then-fourth-highest single-season total in school history.
Despite missing much of the 1991 season with various ailments, Furnish was selected as BSU's Most Valuable Player after hitting a team-high .339 with a squad-best 4.70 kills per game.
Furnish currently ranks seventh in team history with a .378 hitting percentage. He ranks eighth in solo blocks (114), 10th in career kills-per-game average (3.19), 11th in matches with double-figure kills (44) and tied for 14th in matches with 20-or-more kills (6).
Furnish graduated from Ball State in 1991 with a bachelor of science degree in business education.
He and his wife, Ramey, have three sons, Max (13), Jackson (8) and Colin (3), and one daughter, Ava (1).


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Kevin Furnish, a former three-year letterwinner for the Ball State University men's volleyball team, is in his seventh season as his alma mater's assistant coach.
In 2005, Furnish helped guide the Cardinals to a 17-15 overall record, included a 10-6 Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association mark.
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Furnish helped guide three players to All-Conference honors in 2004.
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During his third season with the team in 2002, Furnish helped guide Ball State to its 21st Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Regular Season Championship, its 14 MIVA Tournament Championship and the program's 15th trip to the NCAA Tournament.
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In 2001, Furnish helped guide the Cardinals to a 19-9 overall record and a 12-4 league mark.
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In his first season with the team, Furnish helped guide BSU to a 16-15 overall record and a berth in the semifinals of the MIVA Tournament.
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Prior to returning to Ball State as an assistant, Furnish spent four years as the head coach of the St. Joseph's (Ind.) College women's volleyball team after spending the 1995 campaign as an assistant.From 1996-2000, he led the Lady Pumas with the highlight of his four-year career being the 1999 season.In 1999, he guided the Lady Pumas to a 19-11 record and the school's second straight appearance in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament.
Furnish began his coaching career in 1990, when he became the head coach of the girls varsity team at Shenandoah High School.He held that position until becoming head coach of the boys club team at the school in 1994.
In addition to those positions, Furnish has earned coaching experience at the club and camp level.He began a two-year stint on the staff of the Munciana Volleyball Club in 1990 and later served as director of the Cool Volleyball Club in 1993 and 1994.Furnish coached with the Reebok Vision Volleyball Club in 1995.He was also an instructor for the Ball State Volleyball Camps from 1989-91, the University of Wisconsin Volleyball Camps in 1995 and 1996 and the Epicenter Volleyball Camps in Milwaukee, Wis., in 1997.
As a collegiate student-athlete at Ball State, Furnish led the nation and totaled the second-highest hitting percentage in school history in 1989 when he hit .430 to help the Cardinals to an MIVA Championship and a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Tournament.He earned the first of two straight All-MIVA First-Team selections the following season after helping BSU to a second straight league title and a third-place showing in the national tourney.Furnish ranked fifth nationally with a .383 hitting percentage and placed second on the Cardinals with 153 total blocks -- the fourth-highest single-season total in school history.
Despite missing much of the season with various ailments, Furnish was selected as BSU's Most Valuable Player in 1991 after hitting a team-high .339 with a squad-best 4.70 kills per game.
Furnish ended his career ranking third in team history with a .378 hitting percentage.He ranked fourth on the list for career kills-per-game average (3.19), placed seventh in career block assists (200), was eighth in solo blocks (114) and total blocks (314), tied for ninth in career kills (839), and placed 12th in career digs (422).
Furnish graduated from Ball State in 1993 with a bachelor's of science degree in business education.He and his wife, Ramey, have two sons, Max (6) and Jackson (1).

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