|Title:||Head Volleyball Coach/SWA|
Sabrina Bingham is in her seventh year as the head coach of the HSU volleyball program. In her first six seasons she has produced a record of 143-46 and is the school's all-time wins leader.
In 2012, the Cowgirls won their third straight American Southwest Conference title, went 29-4 and had a school-record 25-game winning streak. She and Brent Lewis were named the ASC Coaching Staff of the Year.
The Cowgirls won a then non-scholarship era best 29 games in 2011, going 29-6. The Cowgirls won their third ASC title and second in a row. HSU also advanced to its third NCAA Tournament.
The Cowgirls won the American Southwest Conference title in 2010 under Bingham and she took HSU to just its second-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. The Cowgirls finished the year with a 21-8 and tied with Texas Lutheran for the ASC West title. She was named the ASC Coach of the Year.
In 2009, the Cowgirls went 22-7 and won the ASC West and then advanced to the ASC Championship game. She was named the ASC Coach of the Year.
In 2008, the Cowgirls finished with a record of 20-12 and finished second in the ASC West. She led the Cowgirls to a 22-9 record and the Cowgirls tied with Texas Lutheran for the ASC West title in her first season.
The 22 wins in 2007 were the most wins ever by a first-year head coach in the program.
In 2008, she coached Cowgirl Kaela Parnell to all-American honors. She is the first Cowgirl to earn all-America honors in program history. Madison Reyes was named an honroable mention all-American in 2011.
Bingham, who played collegiately at the University of Alaska at Anchorage, has a counseling degree from Regent University. She has served as a Counselor at the Abilene Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
Bingham has coached at various clubs and camps and was a varsity coach at Chugiak High School in Alaska and was a middle hitter coach at the University of Alaska-Anchorage, before pursuing her master’s.
She was a two-time team MVP for UAA and was also a two-year captain. She was an all-conference selection and a seven-time player of the week in the Pac West Conference. She had 1,102 career kills for UAA.