2016 Inductee
Jeff Stork

Jeff Stork

Jeff Stork is in his 14th season at CSUN and opens the 2015 season as the second-winningest coach in Matador women's volleyball history. Stork, who owns a career record of 169-194 in 13 seasons, became just the third coach in school history to notch 100 wins when the Matadors defeated San Jose State on Sept. 18, 2010.

A native of Topanga and a graduate of Taft High in Woodland Hills, Stork began his collegiate studies at Pierce College in 1981. He did not play volleyball while at Pierce. He then transferred to Pepperdine where he spent the next three years (1982-84) earning All-American honors all three seasons.

He would ultimately become a member of three U.S. Olympic Teams (1988, 1992 and 1996) and was the starting setter on the 1988 team coached by Marv Dunphy that won a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea.

In 2003, Stork was named to the USA Volleyball Men's (1978-2002) 75th Anniversary All-Era Team. More recently, he was one of six legends inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame as the Class of 2012. The induction ceremony took place in Holyoke, Mass., on Oct. 20, 2012. Stork was also named to the Los Angeles City Section Hall of Fame Class of 2013 as a 1978 graduate of Taft High School. Stork was inducted along with such sports legends as Warren Moon, Robin Yount, Eddie Murray, Garrett Anderson, James Lofton, Al Scates, Oscar De La Hoya and others.

Stork and his wife, Sabine, have three children -- Matthew, who was a four-year member of the men's volleyball team at CSUN (2010-13), Daniel, who played collegiately at UC Irvine, and Nicoletta -- and reside in Topanga, Calif.