Why Choose Shock

Listen to testimonials from our amazing players and parents!

  • Jayden Sorter

    Jayden Sorter, maybe the most improved player in the history of Shock. The former Williamsville, MH is not beginning her career at Parkland in Champaign, one of the best JUCO's in the country. So proud of this kid, she's worked hard, had to be pushed a bit, but its pure desire that made her great. Some have seen her coach our littles in league and she does an exceptional job coaching. Bright future for this kid. I totally enjoyed watching her grow and mature into the fine young lady she has become. She has an awesome family with deep values and they definitely have their priorities down. Jayden is an excellent student.

  • Skyler Kuntzman

     Skyler is not only a former player, but also helps out with coaching our young Shock players during the spring and summer. She's a wonderful young lady and comes from a great family. I've had the pleasure of coaching her in both club and high school and she's the true definition of persistence. I've always loved her effort and desire. She didn't always start as the number 1 DS or Libero but with hard work and persitence she's become a standout at Lewis and Clark College.

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  • Kristen

    Kristen is a former Illini Central standout that played at Concordia University and is doing great things at St. Peter in Arlington Heights. Got to see her coach her boys volleyball team last year to a state runner up at the 8th Street Gym in the LSA State Tournament. She's a great kid from an awesome family. Love you Kristen.

  • Sydni (Rohlfs) Bacon

    Sydni (Rohlfs) Bacon. We miss you, Syd!

  • Maggie Sorenson

    One of the best Liberos to ever don the Shock jersey, 2017 Williamsville HS graduate Maggie Sorenson. She went on to an outstanding career at national powerhouse, Parkland College.

  • Abbey Galusha

    2016 SJ-R Volleyball Player of the Year & Williamsville HS graduate, Abbey Galusha.

  • Stephanie Wilson

    Steph is a 2019 graduate of Lanphier. While at Lanphier she was a first-team all-conference selection in the CS8 and Top 5 in career kills. She went on to play at Southeastern Iowa.