2012 Volleyball Standings
Eastern Conference
 SchoolMCCAAOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
  #, E, + - Mott11-1.91721-5.8082.08-03-110-4Lost 1
  E, + - Oakland10-2.83322-10.6883.07-26-29-6Lost 2
  E, + - Schoolcraft9-3.75020-15.5714.04-15-511-9Lost 1
  E - Macomb6-6.50013-18.4197.02-25-56-11Lost 1
  E - St. Clair County4-8.33317-20.4599.03-43-611-10Lost 4
  E - Alpena2-11.1543-15.16711.50-42-71-4Lost 7
 Henry Ford0-12.0004-21.16013.00-81-73-6Lost 2
Western Conference
 SchoolMCCAAOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
  *, @, #, F, + - Grand Rapids14-01.00039-1.975--14-08-017-1Won 30
  F, + - Muskegon11-3.78624-19.5583.06-16-312-15Lost 1
  F, + - Kalamazoo Valley9-5.64314-19.4245.04-35-25-14Lost 3
  F - Jackson7-7.50017-18.4867.04-44-59-9Lost 3
  F - Ancilla6-8.42920-16.5568.08-46-66-6Lost 1
 Kellogg5-9.3578-19.2969.04-31-83-8Lost 1
 Lansing3-11.2146-22.21411.01-102-53-7Lost 1
 Lake Michigan1-13.0719-21.30013.01-62-76-8Won 1
* - MCCAA Champion
@ - National Tournament Qualifier
# - Conference Champion
E - NJCAA District E Qualifer
F - NJCAA District F Qualifier
+ - MCCAA Tournament Qualifier
Recent Volleyball Headlines
Volleyball - Mon, Dec. 8, 2014

Grand Rapids Community College sophomore middle blocker Shelby Ruffner has been named a Second Team NJCAA Division II All-American for the 2014 season. Ruffner averaged 2.20 kills, 1.21 blocks and 0.42 digs per set for the Raiders who qualified for the NJCAA Division II National Tournament. She also had 0.11 service aces, 0.06 assists and hit .205 for the season. 

Volleyball - Sat, Nov. 22, 2014

The Grand Rapids Community College lost to Iowa Central Community College on Friday night at the NJCAA Division II women's volleyball national tournament to end their season.

Volleyball - Fri, Nov. 21, 2014

Grand Rapids Community College dropped their first round match at the NJCAA Division II National Tournament to Des Moines (IA) Area Community College on Thursday, three sets to one.

Volleyball - Thu, Oct. 30, 2014

DONALDSON, IN – Ancilla College put on the pink to help fight for the cure in their first ever Ounce of Prevention game.