Ken Shibuya has been an assistant coach for Stanford University men’s volleyball since 2006.
Shibuya has handled much of the scouting, game-planning and recruiting for the Cardinal, providing vital insight during Stanford's national championship season.
Shibuya's 22-year collegiate coaching journey began during his undergraduate days. He was instrumental in starting Virginia's first men's club team, before assisting the Cavaliers' women's varsity from 1990-94.
Shibuya established himself as a head coach in the small-college ranks, first with the women's team at Sweet Briar (Va.) College from 1994-95, where he set a school mark for consecutive victories.
He has coached the women’s team at Christopher Newport and the men’s team at Juniata.
Shibuya has been part of the coaching staff of the USA Boys Youth team since 2003 and has headed U.S. development camps. In 2002, he served on John Kosty's staff at the boys’ High Performance camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.