This book may be quite useful for both volleyball coaches and volleyball players/parents in working on strength and conditioning, for college volleyball or otherwise.
A recently published article provides some insights into the organizational and coaching approach of a legendary manager which are of use to volleyball coaches.
Here's a very simple drill you can use to work on serving and ball-control skills which has some flexibility in adding additional skills and focus points.
In volleyball, serving the other team's weakest passer is usually the right strategy, but not always. A good volleyball coach will know when to change it up.
A volleyball serve takes very little time to get to a passer, which makes good movement and mechanics a key to effective serve receive passing.
Here's a game I saw at UCLA which works on hitters challenging the block, with additional serve receive and free ball attacking
Here is a ball-control drill aimed at getting maximum passing, setting and serving reps in a minimal amount of time. Good for warm-ups or regular training.
Volleyball is a sport with high levels of participation, but without a correspondingly high profile. This is something we all need to try to help turn around.