Kylin Munoz graduated from Monroe High School in 2009 as one of the top volleyball players in Washington. She was named three-time 1st Team All-Wesco and led the team to the WIAA 4A State Volleyball Tournament all four years. Munoz obtained 1st Team All-State in her junior and senior years. As a senior, she earned the 2008 Washington Gatorade Player of the Year.
The Monroe High School senior committed to play volleyball at Brigham Young University (BYU), but after a change of heart, she enrolled at University of Washington. During her sophomore year, she was 4th on the team in kills with 181, averaging 1.76 kills per set. As a junior, she ranked 2nd on the team with 289 kills and 2.73 kills per set average, hit .228 for the season and her .217 average in PAC-12 play was tops on the team among outside hitters.
In 2012 as a senior, Kylin was the top-ranked outside hitter in Pac-12 in blocks per set and in 0.42 aces per set average. She helped power the University of Washington team to a 3-2 win over Hawaii in the NCAA Volleyball Second Round. She led the team with 21.5 points with 15 kills, 2 aces, and 9 blocks. Kylin earned her first career All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention and All-Pacific Region Honorable Mention. During her 2012 season, she was also named to LSU’s Tiger Classic Volleyball Tournament Team and the NW Challenge Volleyball All-Tournament Team.
As a fifth-year senior, Kylin finished 9th in UW history and 2nd among outside hitters with 368 blocks and 8th in 343 block assists.
Munoz became successful off the court as she acquired PAC-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention for all four years, 2009-2013. Recognizing her achievements, the Herald named her 2013 Woman of the Year in Sports.
After graduating from the UW, Munoz spent time with the Women’s U.S. National Team, and played professionally overseas in Hamburg, Germany from 2014-15. She was co-captain of the team.
Munoz has held coaching positions at Utah Valley University and Loyola Marymount University. She is currently the Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach at the University of Minnesota.