Entering 2013-14 season.
Allison Gregory enters her ninth year as an assistant coach at San Diego State after a two-year stint at UC San Diego. Gregory, who has 16 years of coaching experience under her belt, returned to Montezuma Mesa after earning three varsity letters in water polo from 1996-99.
During her time as an assistant coach, San Diego State has enjoyed a great amount of success. In her last eight seasons, the Aztecs have won 20 or more games each year, earned their first two trips to the NCAA Championships (2007, 2008) and recorded eight consecutive top-11 finishes in the final national rankings.
Gregory finished her collegiate playing career in 1999 after appearing in 88 games and amassing 21 goals, nine assists and 67 steals.
Her best year came during her senior season when she played in 40 games, scored 11 goals and recorded six assists and 45 steals. That season, Gregory helped SDSU to a 23-19 record and a trip to the Collegiate National Championships where the Aztecs finished in fifth place.
In her three seasons, Gregory's teams went a combined 67-39 with a pair of third-place national finishes and 1999's fifth-place effort.
While still at SDSU, Gregory started coaching at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego from 1997-2000.
After graduating from San Diego State in 2000, Gregory moved on to coach at another San Diego area high school, La Jolla High, from 2000-05.
Following her stint at La Jolla High, Gregory served as an assistant at UC San Diego for two seasons.