Steve Pamperin has officially stepped down as head volleyball coach at Charleston High School. Pamperin completed his third stint as the team’s head coach this past year. 

Pamperin was a combined 52-43 the past three seasons, which included leading the team to a school-record 25 wins in 2019 and capturing the school’s first IHSA Regional Championship since 1997. During last year’s COVID spring season, Charleston finished 19-5 and could have likely contended for another Regional title had there been a state series. This past fall, the Trojans finished 8-26. 

Pamperin coached Charleston to a 9-16 season in 2003 and then came back to lead the team to a combined 43-6 record in 2005 and 2006, which included an Apollo Conference championship. 

Overall, Pamperin finished his coaching career at Charleston with a 104-67 record. 

“Steve Pamperin is a great coach and an even better person,” said Charleston athletic director Derrick Zerrusen. “I look forward to continuing to work with him in his role at the city.”