David Jack is in his second season with the IU Volleyball program. Last season, he was an assistant coach for the Hoosiers and this year he will act as the team's volunteer coach. Jack aids in the development of defensive players and passers. He attends practice daily and will travel with the team on many occasions.
He was the head coach for the Jamaican national men's team in the summer of 2008. They competed at the 2008 Caribbean Volleyball Championships in Barbados.
Jack also served as the head coach of the Girls' 18-1 Elite team and as the camp director for the Long Island Big Apple Volleyball Club in Long Island, N.Y., from 2002-05. He guided the team to consecutive Junior Olympic national bids, developed three players who earned scholarships at Division I institutions and also created and implemented a training program for the club.
Prior to his time at Long Island Apple, Jack founded the Salt City Volleyball Club in Syracuse, N.Y., and coached the 18-1 Elite boys' team from 1995-2000. During that span, he also served as the head coach of the Central Square High School junior varsity boys' team and was an assistant coach for the boys' varsity team.
From 1998-2002, Jack was the director and coordinator of the David Jack/Sixpak Summer Volleyball Camp in Rome, Ga., in which he created a summer program for underprivileged children. He ran those camps with a variety of collegiate coaches from around the country. In addition, Jack was the head women's volleyball coach at Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, N.Y., from 1991-92.
Jack and his wife, Felisha Leggette-Jack, the Indiana head women's basketball coach, have a nine-year-old son, David Maceo.