DIRECTOR OF COACHING
Howard Wallace has been with San Antonio Force from the beginning.
Wallace brings over 35 years of collegiate volleyball coaching experience to San Antonio Force. After five years as the Head Volleyball Coach for Schreiner University in Kerrville, Wallace retired from college coaching. Prior to Schreiner, he was the first assistant at NCAA Division I UT-San Antonio for nine years. He helped UTSA to a 162 -129 record including one conference championship in the Southland Conference.
Prior to arriving at UTSA, Wallace was the head women’s volleyball coach at Creighton University from 1997-2002. From 1992-97, he was the associate head coach at one of the nation’s premiere women’s volleyball programs, the University of Hawaii. From 1989-92, he was an assistant at Hawaii before being promoted. He had another stint in Texas when he was an assistant coach at the University of Houston from 1985-88.
He has extensive experience coaching at the club level for both the San Antonio Force and the Alamo Volleyball Club and has been instrumental in running volleyball camps throughout his tenure. Wallace earned his bachelor’s degree in Anthropology at Washington State University and also earned his Master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Hawaii.
Wallace is a native of Hawaii, and is married to Tommie who is also a native of Hawaii. They have two children, Kathryn – who graduated and played volleyball for Schreiner while obtaining her Master’s in Education degree. She currently coaches volleyball and teaches at Churchill high school in San Antonio. They also have a son Eric – a graduate of Boerne high school and is currently serving our country in the U.S. Army.