Sibilia is entering his third season as an assistant coach at University of the Sciences.
In his first two seasons both Megan Neff and Cassandra Moy have entered the program's single-season record book for assists per set, and in 2017 Sarah Miller led the NCAA in service aces per set.
Sibilia was a two-year member of the men’s soccer team at Misericordia University, where he was part of teams that captured the Middle Atlantic Conference championship in 2012 and attended the NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Tournament in 2012 and in 2013.
Following an injury, he decided to begin helping with the women's volleyball program as a student-assistant coach.
Sibilia was a member of the staff that received the Middle Atlantic Conference Coaching Staff of the Year award in 2014, and he helped lead the team to the conference tournament in each of his two seasons.
He was in charge of creating a quick and unique offense, while also working with the setters, hitters, and blockers. He also helped scout upcoming opponents and provided film notes for the players to watch and learn from recent matches.
While attending Misericordia, Sibilia also coached during the summers for the volleyball club Quandomania. After four years of coaching the summer sand volleyball program, he was promoted to director of the Player's Edge Summer Volleyball Program - a title he still holds today.
He also continues to play competitively during the summer, playing both sand and grass doubles.
Sibilia received his Bachelor of Arts in History, while also obtaining a teaching certification in Citizenship for Secondary Education, from Misericordia. He recently completed his Master of Arts in History at Villanova University.