What is this site about?
Shane Peterson has been a volleyball coach for the past ten years at many levels. He is now the Varsity Boy's Coach at Waukesha North High School in Waukesha, WI as well as head of coach for the Milwaukee Sting Volleyball Club in Waukesha, WI.
This site is used to share information with parents and players of these teams, but, also to share information with any player / coach who may be looking for something volleyball related. I hope to continually update this site with information I find useful. If you have information you would like to share, please send it to me at the below address and I will review it and add it for others to use. It is only through sharing that we become better.
Quotes to live by:
Imagine what you would attempt
if you KNEW you would NOT FAIL!
They told me there is no “I” in team.
I am an athlete.
I am an individual.
I am strong.
I am weak.
I have desires, hopes, and dreams.
I have goals.
I have fears.
As a team my opponent will never see my weaknesses.
Only my strength, never my fears, only my goals as they unfold before them.
I am not afraid that my team will see my fears, my hopes, dreams, or desires.
I trust them to an unlimited level.
I am not afraid that my team will see my faults, because
With them I can overcome my faults, with them I am
fearless, with them I have hopes and dreams.
With my team I am not weak, I do not have the strength
of one athlete, but of many, combined, focused,
And dangerous to my un-united opponent.
I become my team and my team becomes me.
I do not judge, and I am not judged.
I have a goal, and the team has a goal.
The team goal is my goal.
All that matters is that the team reaches its goal.
They always told me there is no “I” in “Team”.
They were wrong.
I am the team.
I became the team.
The team became me.
The team becomes an entity unto itself.
The team is strong, creative, compassionate, caring,
The team absorbs “I”, and then there is “I” in “Team”.
The “I” becomes part of something much more powerful.
They were right there is no “I” in “Team”,
But there is “Team” in me.