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Tom Hilbert photos
Hall of Honor 2006
Tom Hilbert has become the winningest coach in CSU history after surpassing legendary Ram basketball coach Jim Williams for the most wins of any coach. Hilbert arrived at CSU in 1997 to take over as the Rams' head volleyball coach and has since won nine Mountain West Conference Championships and one WAC Mountain Division championship since his arrival on the Moby Arena court. He has taken each one of his Rams teams to the NCAA tournament, five times to the Sweet 16 and has been named conference coach of the year eight times. Hilbert has coached seven AVCA All-Americans and ranks in the top ten coaches currently active in the NCAA for winning percentage. Following the 2011 season, his teams have compiled a 211-27 (.887) home record during his career at CSU, making Moby Arena one of the best home court advantages in the NCAA. After the 2011 season, Hilbert's record at CSU stood at 382-96 (.799).
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