WATERTOWN, Wis. -- In just over 13 seasons, Regina DeLozier has reached 300 career wins at the helm of the Maranatha Women's Volleyball program.
DeLozier, who led the team to three consecutive NCCAA DII national titles (2015-17), becomes just the second coach in program history to pass 300 wins, placing her in a category with Coach Marsha Jackson, who had over 350 career wins from 1988-2006.
DeLozier has run a program that has been nothing short of exceptional. Since coming to Maranatha in 2007, she has compiled some noteworthy achievements, including the following:
|Regina DeLozier Career Achievements||Number|
|NCCAA DII National Championships||3|
|NCCAA DII National Runners-Up||3|
|NCCAA Regional Championships||9|
|NCCAA DII Nationals Appearances||11|
|NCCAA DII All-Americans||27|
|NCCAA DII National Players of the Year||5|
|NCCAA Game Plan 4 LIFE Awards||5|
|NCCAA DII National Coach of the Year||2|
|AVCA National Coach of the Year: NCCAA||3|
|Career Win Percentage||.679|
In addition to these national awards, DeLozier and the team have amassed countless NCCAA regional honors and conference honors from the NCAA. During her tenure, DeLozier has recorded 10 consecutive seasons with 20-plus wins, including a 30-win season in 2014.
DeLozier and the Sabercats continue to display excellence, as they are 7-0 to start the 2020 season and are showing no signs of stopping.