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Coach Ray Green completed his 10th season at the helm of the Scots volleyball program in 2017 after receiving his B.A. in Photography from Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Va.
Green has a 10-year record at Lyon of 143-208, earning his 100th win at Lyon in 2015. In 2012 he earned his 100th career victory and is 164-268 in his 13 seasons as a head coach.
While at Lyon, he has coached 12 All-AMC selections, 26 AMC All-Academic players, seven All-TranSouth players, 12 TranSouth Scholar Athletes, three DakStats/NAIA Scholar-Athletes, one AVCA/NAIA All-Southeast Region Team member, one AVCA/NAIA All-Midwest Region member and one AVCA/NAIA All-American honorable mention. His most recent AVCA Region Team member was Madisson Williams in 2017.
Prior to Lyon, Green served as the head coach of NCAA Division I Manhattan College from 2004-2007. At Manhattan College, Green amassed a record of 39-76. His 2006 Lady Jaspers' team was MAAC Tournament semifinalists. Green's players earned four All-Mid Atlantic Athletic Conference selections and 15 MAAC All-Academic nods. He also coached the MAAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2005.
Before Manhattan College, Green was an assistant men's and women's volleyball coach at Rutgers University in Newark, N.J. from 2001-2004. While there, he helped lead the men's team to the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Finals where they fell to Penn State University. He also helped lead the women's team to a New Jersey Athletic Conference Championship in 2003, which advanced to the NCAA Division III National Tournament for the first time in school history.
Green started his head-coaching career at Douglas S. Freeman High School in Richmond, Va., where he built one of the most respected prep teams in the state. In 2000, his Freeman team finished fifth in the state championships. In 1999, his squad finished third and was also the Central Region Champions. Green was honored as the Colonial District and Central Region Coach of the Year.
Green and his wife Jennifer are part of USA Volleyball’s Delta Region High Performance Camp coaching staff. They have been on the staff since 2011. In 2013 he served as the Delta Region High Performance Director. In 2012, USA Volleyball and the Delta Region awarded him and his wife Jennifer the Robert A. Lindsay Meritorious Service Award for contributing outstanding participation, motivation, and other services in the promotion of volleyball.