T H E T E A M
Kyle is the head coach at McHenry County College and is entering into his eighth season with the Scots. McCall believes that promoting a positive, dedicated, and consistent approach helps produce the best results in his athletes. McCall emphasizes mental training and competitive toughness. Combining talent, discipline and consistency, McCall has achieved excellent results and sets high expectations for his MCC student athletes both in the classroom and on the court. This is evident by the NJCAA recognition of All Academic teams in 2013, 2014, and 2015.
McCall started his volleyball career playing sand volleyball and has over 12 years playing at a competitive level, and continues to participate in and direct tournaments throughout the year. He has coached/directed volleyball at a variety of levels, youth through collegiate and adult. McCall has coached players who have gone on to play at NCAA Division I schools in The Big 10, MAC, and Pac 12 conferences and several players who have played professionally, internationally.
Shari is a co-coach at McHenry County College entering into her eighth season with the Scots.
Mayner has been playing volleyball since 1996 and continues to play in leagues and tournaments throughout the year. She coached men’s and women’s volleyball at the high school and club level for 12 years and now puts in her time as site director for juniors' tournaments. Her solid and varied background and experience is paying dividends for the MCC players and staff.
Outside of her volleyball life, Shari likes to cook, bake, and spend time with her husband, Andrew, daughters Emma and Heidi,and her rescue dog, Ellie.
Josh currently is the girl’s sophomore volleyball coach at Huntley High School and is one of the two coaches who helped start the first JV/Varsity boys’ volleyball team at Huntley High School. In addition to coaching Josh has been a Registered Nurse for 18yrs and this allows him to bring unique tools to the volleyball arena. Over the last two years Josh’s sophomores have placed 1st in their conference and prepares his players to play at the varsity level. Josh was on the first boys volleyball team for York High School in the early 90’s and has played volleyball since. Combining volleyball and his experience as a nurse allows him to give his players tools to not only use in volleyball but to use in everyday life. Josh’s compassion for the game and the drive to push athletes to meet their full potential while maintain a constructive and positive environment has developed players into multidimensional athletes.
Liz Schulte 13u
Rob Huffman 14u
Hannah Rivera 15u, Beach, & Site Manager
Kendall Holmes -Site Manager
Meet Kendall Holmes. Kendall is a former standout volleyball player for the McHenry County College Scots. She used her experience at MCC to follow her love for the game at UW Parkside where she is studying nueroscience and playing on the Volleyball team.
Kendall was carefully selected from Kyle and Shari to be a part of the All In program. She is originally from Milwaukee, WI and has been playing volleyball since she was 8, starting on the beach and making her way to indoor. She has experience in club volleyball, playing five seasons and coaching summer volleyball camps.
While playing as a Scot, Kendall earned 1st Team All-Conference and All-Region, along with a Student-Athlete of the Month award at MCC. She is very excited to teach young girls to love and learn the sport of volleyball. Outside of playing and coaching, you can find Kendall doing schoolwork, trying new foods, and working as a lifeguard back home.