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Grand Rapids Volleyball Head Coach Chip Will Gets 200th Career Win
 October 9, 2013

Grand Rapids, Mich – Grand Rapids Community College's head volleyball coach Chip Will celebrates his 200th career win as the 7th ranked Raiders beat Lansing Community College's Stars  3-0 in front of a home crowd at the Gerald R. Ford Fieldhouse's Hunsburger Arena. 

Tuesday's win improves the Raiders conference record to 8-0 (21-3 overall) and extends GRCC's win streak to 11.  In its seventh year under head coach Chip Will GRCC Volleyball is 200-43 earning Will a 82.3% win percentage.

Coach Will earned his first 100 wins after 131 matches in 2010.  The second hundredth win came after just 112 matches for a record of 100-12 in his past 100 games.

Will's career highlights include the following:

-          Delivered GRCC's first ever Regional Championship in 2007 in his first year

-          Delivered GRCC's first ever State Championship in 2010

-          Earned 4 Conference Championships

-          Earned 3 State Championships

-          Earned 5 Region Championships

-          Earned 1 National Championship

Will has additionally been named the Michigan Community College Athletic Association's State and Western Conference's Coach of the Year award three times.  He was named the NJCAA's District Coach of the Year five times and National Tournament Coach of the year once.

Will has coached seven NJCAA Division II All-Americans and witnessed twenty-two of his student-athletes transfer to continue their playing careers at the four year level.

GRCC Athletic Director, Charlie Wells, is proud of this moment nor Chip and the program saying, "Chip is an outstanding coach and a great role model for our student-athletes. "

GRCC next faces Muskegon Community College to face the Jayhawks on Thursday the 10th at 5:00PM.

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