Jimmy Lundgren is in his second year as a member of Chris Keife's coaching staff. Lundgren's responsibilities include scouting, recruiting, and assisting in drills and individual skill sessions.
Prior to coming to Azusa Pacific Lundgren was an assistant for California Baptist's men's volleyball team, where he helped the Lancers to a 2011 NAIA national championship. At CBU he helped out with scouting and was the program's primary technical coordinator. Lundgren's coaching ability earned him recognition on the American Volleyball Coaches Association 30 Under 30 list, tabbing him as one of the 30 top up-and-coming coaches in the country.
Lundgren spent the 2012 summer as a volunteer assistant coach with USA Volleyball, where he worked with the men's and women's team. The women's team eventually won the silver medal at the London Olympics.
As a player Lundgren toured with Athletes in Action, playing the 2009 season as a setter during a trip to Russia. In 2010 Lundgren was the team's libero, and faced Brazil's junior national team and three professional teams Brazilian teams. Lundgren is also a player/coach for Azusa Pacific's club volleyball team. He earned first team All-Central Division honors in 2009, and was a first team all-tournament recipient for the Southern California Volleyball League.
Lundgren earned his bachelor's in media studies from Azusa Pacific in 2009 before receiving his master's in physical education from Azusa Pacific in 2010.