Liberto enters his first season with the Marymount men's volleyball program, taking over the helm in June 2016.
Bringing a surplus of knowledge to Marymount, Liberto has coaching experience at countless schools and camps since 2010 along with playing four years, including two years as captain at DIII volleyball powerhouse State University of New York (SUNY)-New Paltz.
Most recently, he finished up his third season as the head coach for the men's and women's volleyball programs at SUNY Polytechnic in Utica, New York. On the women's side, he accumulated a 63-36 tally over the three-year stretch, including a 47-17 mark the last two seasons. Going 23-2 the past two years in the North Eastern Athletic Conference, Liberto guided the Wildcats to back-to-back regular-season championship titles while he was named NEAC Coach of the Year both years. The most successful season of 26-5 in 2015 also had the Wildcats claim major awards of NEAC Player and Rookie of the Year.
On the men's side, he pieced together a three-year total of 51-41 while seeing six of his players earn All-Conference selection. With an 11-5 tally in NEAC play, the Wildcats finished tied for third in the league. Beyond his coaching, he is also a serving on the NCAA DIII Men's National Committee until 2018.
Prior to his time at SUNY-Poly, he worked as an assistant at several other DIII schools including Keuka College, SUNY-Geneso and Nazareth College. Additionally, he has coached at the boy's club level with the Pace Bootlegger and Victor Volleyball clubs in Rochester, New York. His 17-under boys' team finished in the top-15 nationally in 2013.
He has been actively involved with the USA Volleyball High Performance programs since 2012. During his time, he has assisted in the tryout process of the High Performance pipeline, as well as worked a number of camps sponsored by the USA Volleyball High Performance program.
Liberto holds a CAP I coaching accreditation level, and is an active member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association. He has worked a number of collegiate volleyball camps including the University of Texas, Cornell, SUNY-Binghamton, and Nazareth. He is also a certified volleyball official.
"I'm honored to be chosen to lead the Marymount men's volleyball program," Liberto said. "In such a short time, Marymount has built a great tradition as a top men's volleyball program. I would like to thank Jamie Reynolds and the search committee for the opportunity. I look forward to getting to work immediately."
Liberto graduated from SUNY-New Paltz in 2010 with degrees in Geography and History before earning his Master's at SUNY-Brockport in 2013 in Athletic Administration.