Martin joins the Razorbacks as the program’s volunteer assistant coach after six seasons at Ashland University in Ohio. During his time as an assistant at Ashland, he helped guide the Eagles to three Division II NCAA Tournament appearances and two GLIAC Tournament runner-up finishes. Martin also helped his student-athletes garner four All-America selections and 11 All-GLIAC First- and Second-Team accolades.
Prior to that, Martin spent four seasons at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Mich., including the final two seasons (2009 & 2010) as the Cardinals’ head coach. He worked with the middle blockers and setters. Martin helped develop Ashley Hart who finished her career as the program’s all-time blocks leader and also coached Concordia’s career digs leader, Ashley Zair. He has additional coaching experience at Eastern Michigan and Dartmouth with the women’s team and men’s club team at each university.
Martin attended Dartmouth from 1999-2003 before finishing his degree at Eastern Michigan where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in economics and mathematics.