Shannon Troxel

OH
Logan, IA
Headshot
Grad:2021
HT:5'5"
WT:132 LBS
Hand:
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
12/14/2017Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship Play in this window
12/10/2017College PREP - Omaha, NE Play in this window
Shannon Troxel Logan, IA info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2021Height:5'5"Weight: 132 LBS
Position OH Hand:    
High School:LOGAN-MAGNOLIA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Club Team:
Grading Scale

Athletic Assessment

Standing Reach: 83'' Block Touch: 100'' Approach Touch: 101'' Short Shuttle Run: 5.88

Technical Assessment

Serve: 5 Serve Receive: 4 Attack: 4 Block: 3 Dig: 4 Setting: N/A

Technical Focus

  • (CT) Float
  • Weight Transfer
  • Posture
  • Movement
  • Passing Angles
  • Timing
  • Plant & Takeoff
  • Positioning
  • Timing
  • Penetration
  • Position Specific Footwork
  • Posture
  • Movement
  • Emergency Skills
    Notes Evaluations Are Reviewed by Kristee Porter
    12/14/2017 - Volleyball Factory Select Training at the NCAA Championship - Shannon is very quiet on the court. She understands her role and contributes positively to the court. Her ball control is solid. However, she has to increase her defensive range and develop a relentless pursuit attitude. She has a tendency to get quiet on the court and pick and choose what balls she will go for. She ask questions about what she needs to get better at and tries really hard to execute all that she learns. She is so polite and joy to work with.
    12/10/2017 - College PREP - Omaha, NE - Shannon Troxel is a 2021 outside hitter. As an attacker She has good power and a high contact on her arm swing. We encourage Shannon to get tons of reps and focus on her timing of the approach, get arms faster back and up with her arm swing to generate more power and to get further off the court with her approach. As a passer/defender when balls are hit at her she does a good job with getting balls to target. She needs to be mindful to stay low, not cross feet and to not swing platform to target but to drop the inside shoulder to create the angle and let the ball work off the arms. From the end line she has a consistent standing float serve. with more practice reps Shannon should focus on being able to hit different locations on the court and developing more power in her serve by shifting weight from back foot to forward food.