Iris Carpio will enter her fourth season as the head volleyball coach at Mount Holyoke College during the 2020-21 academic year. Carpio also serves as a lecturer in the Physical Education department at the College.
- Florida International University - Cum Laude - Bachelor of Science, Physical Education (2002)
- University of Florida - Master's of Science, Applied Physiology and Kinesiology-Human Performance (2017)
Prior Coaching Experience
- Assistant Volleyball Coach / Strength and Conditioning Coach - Santa Fe College (2015-17)
- Helped program to a record of 40-21 including a trip to the NJCAA Final Four
- Club Volleyball Coach - Vision Volleyball Club, Gainesville, Fla.
- Coached 18U College Prep Club Team to USAV Nationals
- Head Coach - Voleimiami Volleyball Club
- Coached 18U, 17U and 14U teams
- Developmental Skills Coach - Voleimiami Volleyball Club
- For 14U and 16U teams
- Head Volleyball Coach - Southwest Miami Senior High School
- Led team to 126-48 record in seven seasons, including four regional semifinal appearances
- Coached an FACA All-Star, a Gates Millennium Scholarship recipient, five Class 8A All-County First Team selections
- Coached the boys' junior varsity team to a 16-0 record as the head coach in 2014
- Florida International University (1998-2002)
- Standout four-year student-athlete and two-time captain at FIU
- Captain of team that claimed 2001 Sunbelt Conference Championship and advanced to the NCAA Division I Regional Second Round.
- Three-time Sunbelt Conference Academic Honor Roll and three-time Dean's List Selection.
- FIU Athletics Judith Blucker Leadership Award Recipient
At Mount Holyoke College
- In her first season with the Lyons, Carpio helped guide the squad to a 10-12 overall record, the most wins for the team since the 2013 campaign. Mount Holyoke also knocked off WPI for their first NEWMAC win since the 2014 season.
- Has had nine student-athletes earn NEWMAC Academic All-Conference honors for having a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better
- Helped Sasha Simine '20 break Mount Holyoke volleyball program records in single-season hitting % and career hitting %
- Simine was also a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree
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Poremba joined the Mount Holyoke College volleyball team as an assistant coach in 2018.
A native of Western Massachusetts, Poremba attended Minnechaug Regional High School. During his career, he was a four-year volleyball standout, including two seasons as captain. He was selected for the Western Massachusetts Super 7 twice, while also playing in the Western Massachusetts All-Star game in both 2012 and 2013.
Currently, Poremba is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice at Westfield State University. During his tenure, he has helped to create a men’s club volleyball team at the school.