Mike Coniglione begins his fourth year as an assistant coach for the MIT women's volleyball program. From 2016-17 he also served as an assistant coach with the Engineers’ men’s volleyball team.
Graduating from Endicott College in 2014, Coniglione received a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management, while minoring in business administration. As a member of Endicott's men's volleyball team, he captained the Gulls during their back-to-back conference championship seasons and NCAA Tournament appearances. Upon graduation, Coniglione was awarded with the school's Senior Scholar Athlete Award, which is given to a graduating senior based on their academic and athletic accomplishments.
During the 2014-15 academic year, Coniglione served as an assistant coach with the Union College women's volleyball team. He helped guide the Dutch to a 24-12 season and a Liberty League Tournament appearance. He also spent the year as a club coach with Lakeside in Burnt Hills, N.Y. and a teacher's assistant at the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake School District.
In addition to coaching at MIT, Coniglione is a Member Services supervisor at the school's Alumni Pool and Wang Fitness Center.