On Sept. 2, 2016, Liberty Men's Basketball Head Coach Ritchie McKay announced the hiring of Vic Sfera as an assistant coach. Sfera makes his way to the Hill City following two seasons with the University of Virginia men's basketball program.
Sfera spent a total of four years at UVA starting in 2010 serving as the technology assistant for two seasons. Sfera returned to the program in 2014 as he was promoted to the director of scouting/recruiting. Between coach's two stints at Virginia, Sfera spent two seasons (2013-14) at Northern Arizona as an assistant coach.
In addition to his time at UVA, Sfera was a member of the technical staff for the U16 Romanian national team, working with the squad during the 2016 FIBA European Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. Among his duties, Sfera helped prepare the team for competition, assisting the coaching staff with scouting and player development.
During his time at Northern Arizona University, Sfera helped the Lumberjacks advance to the Big Sky Conference Tournament each year and saw one of the biggest turnarounds in program history. Sfera was primarily responsible for coaching the team's perimeter players, opponent scouting and recruiting.
In 2009-10, Sfera worked under then first-year head coach Josh Pastner at the University of Memphis where he served as the head student manager, helping the Tigers advance to the NIT.
Sfera began his collegiate coaching career as a student assistant coach and video coordinator under NAIA Hall of Fame coach Dr. Dave Holmquist at Biola University in La Mirada, California. He was involved in the Eagles' game preparation, player development and recruiting efforts, and helped Biola advance to the 2009 NAIA National Tournament.
In 2006-07, Sfera served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Capistrano Valley Christian School under San Diego High School Hall of Champions coach Randy Wright. Sfera also served as a head coach with the North Orange County Stars AAU program and assisted with the California Summer Pro League.
Sfera played collegiately at MiraCosta College in Oceanside, Calif., after prepping at Capistrano Valley Christian School where he was an All-Academy League selection and one of the top three-point shooters in the CIF-Southern Section.
Sfera earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Memphis in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in behavioral sciences and sport studies in 2010. He earned his master's degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University in 2013.
Sfera is married to the former Rachel Kennedy from Raleigh, N.C. and have a son, Lucas.