Shane Reid has completed three successful seasons as head men's volleyball coach at MSOE.
Under Reid, the Raiders have been regulars in the national rankings, while tying or breaking a school record for wins in each of his first two seasons.
He enters his fourth campaign with a 52-25 (.675) record at the helm of the program, including a 36-8 (.818) mark in conference play. MSOE has spent 21 weeks in the national rankings in that time and has had players two players named league player of the year and nine all-league awards. Danny Martens was named to the AVCA All-America First Team in 2018 and was the NACC Defensive Player of the Year. Meanwhile, Quin Krisik was chosen as the 2017 MCVL Offensive Player of the Year.
Reid came to MSOE after having served as head varsity boys’ volleyball coach at Arrowhead High School for five seasons. He led the Warhawks to back-to-back state tournaments, including their first since 2005 in 2014, in each of his final two seasons. While leading the Warhawks, he also saw his team earn the 2014-15 WIAA State Sportsmanship Award and led significant fundraising efforts.
Prior to his Arrowhead appointment, Reid was the assistant varsity and head JV coach at Kettle Moraine. He also has extensive club coaching experience, helping the West Allis Lightning Boys’ 18 & Under Team to a national championship at the 2012 USAV Junior Championships in the 18-Open Division. His Badger Region High Performance Boys Volleyball Team also claimed a gold medal at the International High Performance Invitational in 2011.
Reid has coached at the collegiate level, serving on the staff at Cardinal Stritch for the 2009-10 season. He helped to lead his alma mater to the NAIA National Semifinals and 26 wins. He was a four-year letterwinner with CSU and was a two-time team captain. He graduated from Stritch in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in sports management.