The Colorado volleyball program has added another person to its staff, with coach Jesse Mahoney announcing on Monday that Eduardo Fiallos has joined CU as the Buffs' technical coordinator.

Fiallos will coordinate all film, video, and statistical analysis efforts in both practice and competition settings. Fiallos also will assist in the development and creation of graphics and video projects used to convey the vision of the volleyball program.

"We are very excited to have Eduardo join Colorado Volleyball in this capacity," Mahoney said in a statement. "His volleyball skill-set and unique experience with data analytics will have a positive impact on our players and our program."

Fiallos spent the past four seasons at the University of Denver, working with Mahoney during his first three years at DU before Mahoney joined CU. In 2016, Fiallos served as DU's director of operations, and from 2013-16, he served as a volunteer assistant coach. At Denver, Mahoney and Fiallos were part of three straight Summit League Championship teams and three consecutive NCAA Tournament teams.

Fiallos has been a coach at the collegiate level since 1997, spending time at five different universities. That list includes Arizona (1997), Cal State-Dominguez Hills (1997-98), Louisiana-Lafayette (1998-99), North Carolina State (2006) and Denver (2013-16). He served as a volunteer at UA and DU and was a full-time assistant at the other three institutions.


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Fiallos has also been involved in the junior club volleyball scene since 1993, starting with Club Cactus Juniors. Most recently, Fiallos served as a recruiting coordinator and technical advisor for Colorado Volleyball Association from 2015-16.

The majority of his club experience has been with Front Range Volleyball Club (2004-2011). In 2004, he was an assistant coach for the 15-1 team that was regional champions and the silver medalists at the USA Volleyball Girls' Junior National Championship. His 18-1 team in 2006 won the silver medal at the Northern Lights Junior National Qualifier and the AAU Junior National Championship. Fiallos was an assistant coach in 2008 for the Global Challenge team that competed in Croatia and Italy.

Fiallos was born in Honduras and is fluent in Spanish. He graduated from Arizona in 1998 with a bachelor's degree in biology.

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