|Club||Phil Jackson||Alamo 18 Premier||San Antonio||-|
|High School||Robyn Wunderlich-Ellis|
|Primary Position||Outside Hitter|
|Secondary Positions||L, DS|
*2017 TSWA All-State First Team
*2017 San Antonio All-Area Team
*2017 First Team All-District
*2017 Academic All-District
*2017 TAVC 6A All-State Team
*2017 MaxPreps/AVCA Players of the Week for September 18, 2017
*2017 ACVA Phenom Watch List 2017
*2017 Matador Invitational MVP
*2017 Express-News Player of the Week 14-19 Aug 2017
*2017 North East ISD Tournament Outstanding Hitter
*2017 Texas Association of Volleyball Coaches Pre-Season Team
*Prep Volleyball Frosh 59 2016
*Prep Volleyball Class of 2020 Watch List
*2016 ACVA Phenom Watch List 2016
*2016 San Antonio Express-News Newcomer of the Year
*2016 First Team All-District
*2016 Academic All-District
*2016 Seguin All-Tournament Team
*2016 North East All-Tournament Team
*High Performance LoneStar Region Youth A1
Jump Touch: 10’0”
Will be attending the Tour of Texas Qualifier (Pre-Qualified), Tour of Texs Stop II, Tour of Texas Finals, Colorado Crossroads, Big South, Lone Star Classic, Lone Star Regionals, and GJNC (all 16 Open).
I also play beach volleyball, and I am currently qualified for the Rox National Championship in Georgia this summer. Will be competing for bids in the AVP Nationals, West Coast AAUs, USA JBT, and the High Performance Beach Championships.
My name is Shelby ONeal, I’m 17, and I’m from Texas. I’ve been playing volleyball for seven years now, and I've grown to love the game even more than when I first started. I play indoor volleyball for Clemens High School and Alamo Volleyball Association, and I also play beach volleyball for 210 Beach Elite. Although I spend a lot of time on the court, I love academics and the opportunity to learn new things. I’m in the top 2% of my class, and I’m raising the bar higher in hopes of being in the top ten students. Along with academics and athletics, I love reading and writing during my free time. I also love spending time with friends and teammates and spreading the love of the game with the people around me.
I really want to take my game to the next level and get a higher education while doing so. It’s always been a dream of mine to continue my volleyball career into college, and hopefully even further than that, too. I love volleyball, and getting to opportunity to play in college is definitely a goal of mine.
I have captained both my club team and my high school team these past seasons, and I’ve worked hard to lead these teams to successful seasons. I committed a lot of time and effort to both of these teams, and the results showed it. However, I made sure to balance athletics and academics. I always work hard to lead in the classroom, too, volunteering to lead seminars, projects, and activities. I really enjoy learning and applying myself to new things, and having the opportunity to lead in the classroom has allowed me to have a greater learning experience.
It’s important to be involved in your community, and I’ve chosen to use volleyball as a way to give back. I’ve volunteered to coach elementary school age and middle school age volleyball teams here at my club, allowing me to spread the fun of volleyball to kids younger than me while volunteering my time to the community. I also help my HOSA group with blood drives and fundraising as the year goes on. These efforts, along with other ideas (such as our HOSA Hurricane Harvey collection drive), benefit our community and allow us to connect with people in many different ways.