Fabiana Scavicchio-Fields completed her first season as head volleyball coach at Penn State Brandywine in 2017.
During her first season with the Lions, Brandywine won the second conference championship in program history, advancing to the USCAA National Championship after winning all 18 matches against PSUAC foes. The Lions, who set a team record with 25 victories, featured four all-conference standouts led by senior Nikki Poissant, who earned first team all-conference and second team all-American laurels.
From 2014-16, Scavicchio-Fields served as co-head varsity girls volleyball coach at Chichester High School, leading the Eagles to back-to-back Del-Val League championships in 2015 and 2016. At Chichester, Scavicchio-Fields was responsible for planning, organizing and conduciting team and individual practices, skill development, creation of team and individual goals, while also facilitating fundraising efforts.
Additionally, Scavicchio-Fields has been a head coach with the Mystique Volleyball Club since 2013. She also has experience as a club head coach at Delaware Valley Volleyball Academy from 2008-13.
Scavicchio-Fields earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Wilmington University in 2010. While at Wilmington, she competed for the Wildcats’ volleyball team for two seasons. Prior to her collegiate career, Scavicchio-Fields played four years of volleyball at nearby Garnet Valley High School.