Dorothy Webb
Dorothy Webb
Title: Head Volleyball Coach; PERA Professor of the Practice
Phone: 781-283-2010
Email: dwebb1@wellesley.edu
Education: B.A., University of the Pacific; M.A., Brown University

Dorothy Webb has posted a career record of 589-226 (.723) during her 25 year tenure at Wellesley, ranking her among the all-time winningest coaches in NCAA Division III history in both overall victories and winning percentage.

Webb has guided Wellesley volleyball to five NCAA National Quarterfinals and two Final Four appearances. The Blue have won 20 games or more in 17 of Webb's seasons at the helm of the program and have topped the 30-win plateau four times, including the outstanding 1998 season when Wellesley went 37-1 and reached its first Final Four. The Blue have also captured 11 NEWMAC Championships and made 12 trips to the NCAA Tournament since Webb's first season in 1993.

Webb has won the Conference (NEWMAC & NEW8) Coach of the Year honors nine times, most recently in 2009. Webb is also a five-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) New England Region Coach of the Year and a three-time NEWVA Coach of the Year. She also serves on the Division III AVCA Coaches Committee.

Prior to coming to Wellesley, Webb served as head coach for one year at Brown University after being an assistant the previous two years. In addition, she spent a year as an assistant coach at Gonzaga University in Washington.

As a player at the University of the Pacific, Webb was a four-year starter and a member of two Division I National Championship teams.  She currently holds the NCAA record for most digs in a tournament (95). Following her collegiate playing career, Webb played professionally for a year with the Portland Spikers in Oregon. In 1994, she was named a first-team All-American at the USVBA Open Nationals. She also played for Team Nike in the Bud Light four-woman pro beach league in 1995.

Season Overall
(W-L)
Conference
(W-L)
Program
Highlights
1993 10-22 2-5 NEW 8 Tournament Qualifiers
1994 15-13 4-3 NEW 8 Tournament Qualifiers
1995 30-5 7-0 NEW 8 Regular Season & Tournament Champions, ECAC Qualifier, ECAC Tournament Champions
1996 31-6 7-0 Seven Sisters Champions, NEW 8 Regular Season & Tournament Champions
1997 36-2 7-0 Seven Sisters Champions, NEW 8 Regular Season & Tournament Champions,
NCAA Qualifier, NCAA Regional Champion, NCAA Quarterfinals 
1998 37-1 9-0 Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Regular Season & Tournament Champions, 
NCAA Qualifier, NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Quarterfinals, NCAA Final Four (3rd Place)
1999 29-4 9-0 Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Regular Season & Tournament Champions, 
NCAA Qualifier, NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Quarterfinals 
2000 29-7 9-0  Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Regular Season & Tournament Champions, 
NCAA Qualifier, NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Quarterfinals
2001 27-6 8-1 Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Regular Season & Tournament Champions, 
NCAA Qualifier, NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Quarterfinals, NCAA Final Four (4th Place) 
2002 22-6 9-0 Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Regular Season & Tournament Champions, NCAA Qualifier 
2003 17-16 8-1 NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals, ECAC Qualifier 
2004 20-13 5-4 Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals, ECAC Qualifier 
2005 25-11 6-3 NEWMAC Tournament Qualifier, ECAC Qualifier 
2006 19-10 6-3 Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals 
2007 28-7 8-1 Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Tournament Champions, NCAA Qualifier 
2008 28-8 8-1  NEWMAC Tournament Finalist, NCAA Qualifier
2009 24-10 7-2 NEWMAC Tournament Champions, NCAA Qualifier 
2010 18-9 7-2  NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals
2011 23-9 7-2  NEWMAC Tournament Finalist
2012 28-5 9-0  NEWMAC Tournament Finalist
2013 28-7 9-1  Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Tournament Finalist, NCAA Qualifier
2014 17-11 6-4  Seven Sisters Champions, NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals
2015 14-15 5-5 NEWMAC Tournament Qualifiers
2016 12-16 5-5 NEWMAC Tournament Qualifiers
2017 22-7 8-2 NEWMAC Tournament Finalists, NCAA Qualifier
Totals  589-226
(.723) 
 175-45
(.795)
25 Seasons