Kyle McCall is entering his eighth season, 2020, as the head coach of MCC volleyball. Before accepting the position as head coach, he was involved in the program as an assistant coach (2002 and 2012) and volunteer (1998). The program has recorded: three Illinois Skyway Conference Championships, four All-Americans, three ISCC Region IV B titles, three appearances at the NJCAA National Championships, and a seventh-place finish in 2019 in the McCall/Mayner tenure. MCC volleyball has been ranked as high as fifth in the country during his tenure.
McCall believes that promoting a positive, dedicated, and consistent approach helps produce the best results in his athletes. McCall works to recruit players that can not only be the best player in the gym but role players for their teammates. In addition to physical training and skill development, McCall emphasizes mental training and competitive toughness. Combining talent, discipline, and consistency, McCall has achieved excellent results and sets high expectations for his MCC stude0nt athletes both in the classroom and on the court.
McCall started his volleyball career playing sand volleyball and has over 15 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 and Mayner have helped every player continue playing, that wanted to continue playing, years three and four after their time at MCC is done. These players have gone on to play at NCAA Division I, II, III, and NAIA schools. McCall holds an Associate of Science and Associates of Business Management from McHenry County College and a Bachelor's Degree in General Studies, with Business and Marketing Minors from Columbia College of Missouri.
Contact Coach McCall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Awards and Recognitions
- NJCAA All-Academic All Americans- 2013,14,15,18,19
- ISCC Coach of the Year 2015 and 2016
- Region IV Coach of the Year 2015,2016, 2019
- ISCC Female Sports Coach of the year 2015
- 7th place NJCAA Championships-2019
Coaching Record at MCC
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- Conference Champs