John Chang
John Chang
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 201-559-3331
Previous College: Ashford '09

John Chang was named the head women's volleyball coach at Felician College in July 2014 following two seasons as the head girls' coach at Cranford High School. He is the fourth coach in program history. During the 2017 campaign, Chang set the Felician record for career coaching victories.

Early in Chang's first season, Felician swept a tri-match for the first time in program history, defeating Goldey-Beacom College and Bowie State University at home on Sept. 20. The triumphs were part of a school-record three-match winning streak. In 2015, Chang's Golden Falcons established another program record with seven overall victories.

Chang spent the 2017 men's season as the head coach at Sarah Lawrence College, delivering the first victory in program history. He has previous collegiate experience at Polytechnic University, guiding the Blue Jays' women's and men's squads from 2005-06 to 2007-08. He inherited a women's program that had won one match in 2004 and posted a three-year won-lost record of 46-33. He was named the Skyline Conference Coach of the Year in 2007 after his team went 22-8.

Chang won 26 matches in three years leading the Blue Jay men. He was a women's assistant at Kean University in 2009 and 2010.

Chang is the director of the Conquest Elite Volleyball Club, which he established in Cranford in August 2013. Since 2005, he has been the varsity boys' coach at Golda Och Academy (formerly Solomon Schechter Day School). He led the Roadrunners to Super Essex Conference division titles in 2010 and 2014. He also coaches the GOA boys' and girls' middle school teams.

Chang began his undergraduate studies at Rutgers University-Newark in the mid 1990s before earning a bachelor's degree in social science from Ashford University in 2009. He is tri-lingual (Korean, Spanish), and is certified by IMPACT USA Volleyball. He resides in Cranford with his wife, Jaclyn, daughter, Rachel, and son, Evan.


Year School
2005 Polytechnic
Team won 1 match in 2004.
2006 Polytechnic
2007 Polytechnic
Skyline Conference Coach of the Year
2014 FELICIAN 5-19 3-16
(T-5th North)
School-record 3-match win streak
2015 FELICIAN 7-24 5-14
(5th North)
School-record seven victories
2016 FELICIAN 0-30 0-19
(7th North)
2017 FELICIAN 4-22 2-17
(6th North)
School-record 14th victory at Felician 9/27
16-95 (.144) 10-66 (.132) -
7 yrs. Total
62-128 (.326)
27-93 Men's Record at Polytechnic & Sarah Lawrence














last updated 8/24/18