Tyler Berry enters his second year as the volunteer assistant coach with the Florida State sand volleyball team.
Berry's arrival in Tallahassee last year coincided with the Seminoles' best season yet, as FSU finished with a 19-3 record and placed second at the AVCA National Championships.
Berry came to the Florida State sand volleyball program after spending a year as a volunteer assistant coach with the women's indoor volleyball program at UW-Milwaukee.
Berry's responsibilities with the Seminoles include operations, administration duties, player development and directing summer camps.
Berry earned his undergraduate degree and played collegiate volleyball at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wis.
Following college, Berry became the beach director and coach for the North Shore Milwaukee Beach junior club boys' volleyball team, training over 80 boys and girls in the club's first year.
Berry grew up in St. Louis, Mo. and played for St. Louis High Performance. His club team won junior boys nationals in 2007. Berry played high school volleyball and earned all-conference and all-state accolades at Kirkwood High School.
He is currently pursuing a master's degree in sports management.