William B. Leverett (Coach Bill)
William B. Leverett (Coach Bill), is an “Army Brat” and grew up primarily on or near military bases around the world until graduation from high school. He enlisted in the U.S. Army and was commissioned from Seton Hall University ROTC program.
Coach Bill pursued a career in law enforcement and retired as a Foreign Service Officer/Supervisory Special Agent from the U.S. Department of State, Diplomatic Security Service. He later retired from the United States Army Reserves as a Lieutenant Colonel.
As a Foreign Service Officer with the Department of State, Coach Bill had the opportunity to play international club level volleyball in Guatemala and New Zealand.
Since retirement, Coach Bill spent close to a decade coaching volleyball in Honolulu, Hawaii. He began as an assistant coach with Pakela Volleyball Club, where he was the assistant coach for girls 18U and head coach for 16U.
Subsequently, Coach Bill became an assistant coach with Mid-Pacific High School (also in Honolulu) boys volleyball team. He later joined the staff at Mid-Pacific as an assistant coach with the girls varsity and junior varsity teams and ended his career at Mid Pacific as the head coach of the girls junior varsity volleyball team.
Coach Bill coached his last season in Honolulu as an assistant coach with the Oahu Volleyball Club (OVC) 18U girls volleyball team.
Since moving to Florida in 2017, Coach Bill held the position of Head Coach for both the varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams at Zephyrhills High School.
In 2018, Coach Bill founded the Wesley Chapel Volleyball Club (WCVC) with its inaugural season in 2018/2019.
Currently, Coach Bill divides his time between his duties as a head coach and Director at WCVC as well as a volunteer assistant coach for the varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams at Land O’ Lakes High School.