Carey Jones is entering her 6th season as Head Coach for the Lady Trojans. She comes into the season with a 117-82 overall record and 43-25 in the Jayhawk Conference.
Jones helped coach Colby to its fourth winning season in four years in 2013 as the team finished 26-10 and 12-2 in conference play, finished in 1st place in the competitive Jayhawk Conference.
Before moving to Colby, Jones was the Head Volleyball Coach at Andale High School from April 2008-January 2009. She led the 4A team to many successes including the first winning record in 13 years. The Junior Varsity team had an undefeated season and the varsity team finished 28-8. Six Andale players were nominated to the All-Conference first and second teams.
After graduating from college in 2006, Jones was named the assistant volleyball coach at Garden City Community College. She actively recruited Kansas and out-of-state players. In addition to coaching duties, she was responsible for helping with practice plans for pre- and post-season and helped direct weight training and summer workouts. She co-directed summer camp with over 200 participants and was the co-director of the Block Out Volleyball club volleyball program. She also managed the website for the Athletic Department working with all the other coaches and programs on staff.
Jones attended junior college at Cottey College in Nevada, Mo., where she was a two-sport athlete playing both basketball and volleyball. Her sophomore season she was a team captain and her team finished second in the conference. At Cottey, Jones began her coaching career as a head club coach for a Nevada Juniors team.
After graduating with her Associates Degree from Cottey, Jones transferred to the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, Kansas where she played volleyball and studied Sports Management and Marketing. Jones continued coaching club during this time for different programs in the Kansas City area.
Coach Jones, a native of Fredonia, Kansas, is married to Colby native Chad Jones. He is a past graduate of CCC and currently works for Rocking M Radio in sales and as an on-air personality.
Michelle Glass enters her first season as assistant coach for CCC volleyball in 2016. She previously served at the University of Jamestown as an assistant coach for both JV volleyball and men's and women's track and field. Additionally, she has been an assistant coach for varsity volleyball, club volleyball, and varsity track and field at Borah High School in her hometown of Boise, Idaho.
Collegiately, Glass was part of teams that won two Northwest Athletic Conference championships, three North Star Athletic Association conference titles, and three NAIA national championships.