A former NJCAA national champion coach, In his first season as head coach for the Ranger Women, Bill Foy led the Rangers to a third place conference finish, which earned them a trip to the regional tournament with an overall record of 17-14.
Prior to taking over the women's program, Foy served as head golf coach taking the RC men's team to the 2016 NJCAA National Tournament. He also served as an assistant to men's head coach Billy Gillispie when Ranger made the NJCAA Final Four.
Foy brings a wealth of experience to Ranger each day and was the recipient of the NJCAA and National Coach of the Year award in 2004-05 after leading Paris Junior College to the men's basketball national title.
A native of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Foy compiled a 227-125 record during his 11-year tenure as head coach of the Paris Junior College Dragons basketball team. While at PJC, Foy was twice named Region XIV Coach of the Year and, in addition to his NJCAA Coach of the Year honors in 2005, he was also named the NABC and TABC Coach of the Year the same season. In November 2015, Foy and the Dragons' National Championship team were inducted into the PJC Athletic Hall of Fame.
Prior to coming to Ranger, Foy was head men's coach at Richland College compiling a 46-18 record. Before Richland, Foy was an assistant coach at the University of North Texas helping the Mean Green to a 127-68 record and two NCAA Tournaments.
Foy received his bachelor's degree from Indiana University and his master's degree from Prairie View A&M University. He is the proud father of two daughters: Sydney, who attends Stephen F. Austin University, and Bailey, who will plays volleyball at Butler University (IN.).