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Cory Williams
  Cory Williams

Assistant Coach

Entering her third season as an assistant coach for The University of Tulsa volleyball program is Cory Williams. Williams is involved in all phases of coaching but works specifically with the setters. In addition to her on-the-court responsibilities she will coordinate recruiting and team travel.

Williams came to Tulsa after spending one year at Alvardo High School in Texas as the head volleyball coach.

Prior to that, she coached one season at Bynum (Texas) High School. In addition to her high school coaching responsibilities, Williams served as an assistant coach with the Metroplex Junior Club team (now the Texas Advantage), regarded as one of the premier junior volleyball programs in the state of Texas.

Williams played collegiately at Baylor University and left there as one of the career leaders in hitting percentage. As a senior, she led the Southwest Conference and ranked 21st nationally in hitting percentage with a .372 average. She was a three-time all-conference performer, earning first-team honors as a sophomore and second-team merits during her junior and senior seasons. Williams also earned all-region honors both her sophomore and junior seasons and was selected to the league?s all-academic team as a senior.

As a freshman, Williams was selected as the Southwest Conference?s Newcomer of the Year and was invited to participate in the Elite Camp at the Olympic Training Center.

Following her collegiate career, Williams was selected to train with the 1996 National Volleyball Team in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

A native of Hillsboro, Texas, Williams received her bachelor?s degree from Baylor University in education.

Williams and her husband, Jason, are the proud parents of a baby girl, Callie.