Ramona Riley-Bozier

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Ramona Riley-Bozier
Current position
TitleHead coach
TeamMorgan State
ConferenceMEAC
Record454-484
Biographical details
BornKansas City, Missouri
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
Volleyball
1987–presentMorgan State
Softball
1995-2003Morgan State
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
4x MEAC Women's Volleyball Regular Season Champions (1992, 1997, 1998, 2000)
3x NCAA Women's Volleyball tournament appearances (1997, 1998, 2000)
Awards
5x MEAC Women's Volleyball Coach of the Year awards

4x MEAC Women's Volleyball Tournament Most Outstanding Coach honors
Morgan State University Varsity M Club Hall of Fame (2003)

Oak Park High School Hall of Fame (2006)

Ramona Riley-Bozier is an American college volleyball coach and the current head coach for the women's volleyball team at Morgan State University Bears volleyball team, in her 31th season as head coach in 2018.

Riley-Bozier graduated from the Morgan State University, earning her bachelor's degree in history in 1987. She completed her master's degree in sociology from Morgan State University in 1991.

Head coaching record[edit]

Softball[edit]

The following table lists Riley-Bozier's head coaching record at the NCAA level.

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Morgan State Bears (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) (1995–2003)
1995 Morgan State University 10-22 10-13
1996 Morgan State University 15-17 14-8
1997 Morgan State University 20-19 14-2
1998 Morgan State University 25-9 16-0
1999 Morgan State University 19-19 13-3
2000 Morgan State University 21-23 10-6


2001 Morgan State University 26-28
2002 Morgan State University 17-30
2003 Morgan State University 16-25
Morgan State: 161-194
Total: 161-194

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Volleyball[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Morgan State University (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) (1988–present)
1988 Morgan State University 0-0 -
1989 Morgan State University 6-25 -
1990 Morgan State University 8-17 -
1991 Morgan State University 27-10 -
1992 Morgan State University 22-10 -
1993 Morgan State University 13-19 -
1994 Morgan State University 17-16 -
1995 Morgan State University 24-13 -
1996 Morgan State University 25-9 -
1997 Morgan State University 25-10 - 1st NCAA First Round
1998 Morgan State University 18-15 - 1st NCAA First Round
1999 Morgan State University 21-9 -
2000 Morgan State University 26-16 - 1st NCAA First Round
2001 Morgan State University 20-14 -
2002 Morgan State University 20-15 -
2003 Morgan State University 15-18 7-3
2004 Morgan State University 20-19 9-2
2005 Morgan State University 14-21 6-4
2006 Morgan State University 23-9 8-1
2007 Morgan State University 11-17 7-3
2008 Morgan State University 3-25 2-8
2009 Morgan State University 9-22 4-6
2010 Morgan State University 6-20 4-6
2011 Morgan State University 10-19 8-4
2012 Morgan State University 5-21 4-8
2013 Morgan State University 12-13 7-5
2014 Morgan State University 13-13 6-6
2015 Morgan State University 13-15 9-3
2016 Morgan State University 7-21 7-5
2017 Morgan State University 8-18 7-5
2018 Morgan State University 13-15 5-5


Morgan State: 454-484
Total: 454-484

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Riley-Bozier Coaching tree[edit]

Riley-Bozier was heavily influenced by many coaches. In turn, several current NCAA Volleyball Head Coaches trace their lineage back to Ramona Riley-Bozier on her Coaching tree:

Riley-Bozier gave many head coaches their first coaching jobs. All of these coaches have coached under Riley-Bozier:

External links[edit]

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