Head Coach (7th Year)
Bill Huebsch returns for his 7th season
as head coach at MSU-Northern.
In 2014, The Skylights had a season
full of learning and growth. They are excited for a new season
with a young, but very talented team.
In 2013, the Skylights won their first
regular season title in 22 years, going 15-1 in conference play
and 8-0 at home. Regular season road wins at Rocky, Carroll,
University of Great Falls and LC State were also firsts for the
program in Huebsch’s tenure. The team also received the first
national ranking in Northern Volleyball history, climbing as
high as #22 in the nation. The team finished 26-6 (the second
highest win total in team history) and produced the program’s
first All-Americans since 1992 (Nagy, Nicholas and Williams),
and the first ever All-Region Player (Nicholas).
Since taking over the MSU-Northern
program in 2009, Huebsch and his staff have produced a Frontier
Conference Championship, two conference tournament runner-up
finishes, a Conference and AVCA Northwest Region Player of the
Year, 3 NAIA All-Americans, 3 AVCA Northwest Region 1st Team
players, 9 All-Conference players, an All-Freshman team player,
8 Dakstat Scholar-Athletes, and 25 Academic All-Conference
In addition, Huebsch was named the 2013
Frontier Conference and AVCA Northwest Region Coach of the Year.
Prior to joining the Skylight
volleyball program, Huebsch was the head volleyball coach at
Havre High School in Havre, Montana. In 11 seasons, the Blue
Ponies won three Central “A” titles and back to back state
championships in 1997 and 1998. He was named Central “A”
Coach of the Year twice, and nominated 8 times for the Montana
Coaches Association Coach of the Year, winning the award twice.
Both graduates of Northern Montana
College, Bill and his wife Tracy have been married for 18 years
and have four daughters, Madison (17), Logan (15), Devyn (13)
and Kinley (2).
||Macy Page (1st Year)
Macy has coached Club and High School
volleyball including camps, clinics and individual sessions ages
12-18 in Bozeman, MT for the past five years. She earned her
Bachelor’s Degree in Health Enhancement K-12 and Minor in
Coaching from Montana State University-Bozeman.
Macy has played both Club and High School
volleyball and is a former Bobcat volleyball player of five
years (08-12). She has competed as an outside hitter, right side
hitter and setter. Macy is excited to join the skylights for her
Macy is married to her husband of five
years, Andrew and they have a little girl Elizabeth (1).