Assistant Professor, English Department
Head Coach, Women's Volleyball
Office: PC 3226
- Courses Taught
- Educational History
Matt Darling has been teaching (and coaching) at Gannon University since 2007. As a faculty member in the English Department, he has taught a variety of classes, including both first-year writing courses, introductory literature courses, and graduate courses in European Literature and Criticism and Theory. His current interests include the work of David Foster Wallace and the philosophy of sport.
As the head volleyball coach at Gannon, Darling has led the team to five consecutive NCAA tournaments and the 2012 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship. He was named PSAC coach of the year in both 2009 and 2012.
Darling enjoys running and has completed several marathons (including Chicago, Detroit, and Boston). He and his wife Elizabeth have two young children.