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Head Coach Bill Rogers

Head Coach Bill Rogers completed his 17th season directing the Randolph-Macon Volleyball Program in 2018. Rogers has compiled an overall record of 390-156 (.714) and a 161-19 (.894) mark against Old Dominion Conference foes since arriving at R-MC.
In 2018, R-MC earned its fifth regular season championship and earned a runner-up placement in the ODAC Tournament. R-MC reached 20 wins for the 11th straight year as well.
In 2017, his team went 23-7 and won their sixth ODAC Tournament and finished with their fifth ODAC Regular season title. He also won ODAC Coach of the Year for the sixth time and for the fourth time in six seasons. They appeared in the NCAA Tournament for the seventh time under Coach Rogers
Under Coach Rogers, the Yellow Jackets have been to 9 ODAC Tournament Finals in 13 seasons. In 2016, he won his first AVCA South Region Coach of the Year Award as his team won the ODAC Tournament Championship for the fifth time.

In 2015, Rogers led the Yellow Jackets to their most successful season in history going 28-8 overall, undefeated in ODAC play, and winning the ODAC Tournament Championship.  The Yellow Jackets, in their 5th D-III NCAA Tournament appearance that year, defeated rival and regional powerhouse Christopher Newport in the 2nd round en route to the team's first ever Elite 8 appearance.

In addition to his 12 successful seasons at Randolph-Macon, his coaching credentials and experience include the following:

  • USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation (CAP) III Certified Coach
  • Successful Coach with Fredericksburg Volleyball Club 14U-18U for 12 years serving as director from 2010-'13
  • USAV Old Dominion Region Coaching Chair
  • Certified IMPACT Instructor
  • Rogers will become the Director of Volleyball and a coach with the Men's Volleyball program when it commences in 2018-2019.

In the offseason Rogers lives in the southern area of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia on a horse farm.  His hobbies include trail riding on his Tennessee Walking Horse, Jack, and spending time with his two Beagles, Bodie and Ned.  In addition, Rogers is the CEO of his own successful irrigation design firm, Irrigation Research & Design.