RICHMOND, Va. – VCU Volleyball Head Coach Jody Rogers has signed a three-year extension through the 2024 season, Rams' Vice President and Director of Athletics Ed McLaughlin announced Thursday.
A two-time Atlantic 10 Conference Coach of the Year, Rogers has led VCU to three consecutive A-10 regular season titles, as well as two NCAA Tournament appearances, in the past three seasons.
In 2019, Rogers steered the Black and Gold to a 24-7 mark that included a perfect 14-0 record in league play. The Rams were rewarded with the first NCAA at-large bid in program history. VCU also reached the NCAA Tournament in 2017 after capturing the A-10 Tournament Championship. Prior to Rogers' arrival in 2013, VCU had reached the NCAA Tournament just once.
In seven seasons at the helm of the VCU program, Rogers is 149-71, including 77-21 in Atlantic 10 Conference matches. VCU is 45-3 against A-10 competition the past three seasons. She needs 21 victories to become the program's all-time winningest coach. During her tenure, three players have been named AVCA All-East Region, including two-time selection Jasmin Sneed.
Prior to VCU, Rogers led Division II Indianapolis for 16 seasons, a tenure that included two National Coach of the Year awards and a Final Four appearance.
In 23 NCAA seasons, Rogers has registered a 555-251 career record and has coached nine AVCA All-Americans.