Former Michigan State University standout Jenilee Voss is in her second season as head women's volleyball coach at Wisconsin Lutheran College.
Voss guided the Warriors to their first conference tournament appearance in four seasons in her inaugural season at the helm. Wisconsin Lutheran finished over .500 in NACC play for the first time in six years.
Voss, the 10th head coach in program history, joined the Warriors after spending three-and-a-half years with the Michigan Elite Volleyball Academy (MEVBA), the nation's largest youth volleyball club. She served as webmaster, travel director, business director, and coach of three different club teams while with MEVBA. Voss has also held head coaching positions with River City Volleyball Club and Legacy Volleyball Club.
For four seasons (2012-2015), Voss was an assistant varsity volleyball coach at Notre Dame Preparatory High School in Pontiac, Michigan. She helped lead the Fighting Irish to a state championship, state runner-up, regional championship, district championship, and conference championship during her stint at NDP.
Voss completed an exceptional playing career at Michigan State University in 2012, when she received a master of science in sports administration after earning a bachelor's degree in marketing from MSU in 2010.
She was the recipient of the Big Ten Medal of Honor her senior year, while also earning AVCA Third Team All-America and CoSIDA Second Team All-America accolades. Voss was also a candidate for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award. A two-time Unanimous First Team All-Big Ten selection, Voss finished her Spartans' career as the all-time leader in sets (496) and matches played (142) and was seventh all-time at MSU in block assists (334) and eighth in kills (1,505). She was also named a three-time Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner and Distinguished Scholar and two-time team MVP and team captain.
A three-sport standout at Mount Pleasant High School, Voss garnered First Team All-State and First Team All-Saginaw Valley League honors in volleyball. She also earned the league's MVP award during her junior and senior seasons. In addition, Voss was a two-time First Team All-League selection and team MVP in basketball and a member of the Oilers' 800m relay state champion and 1600m relay state runner-up teams for track & field.
A native of Mount Pleasant, Michigan, Voss and her husband, Aaron, who serves as pastor at Living Water Lutheran Church in Wind Lake, live in Muskego.