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Meet the Team
FOUNDER & CEO
Coach Megan Williams
Megan found her love of Volleyball at the age of 8. That passion evolved through middle, high school and club competition molding her into a Setter by position and Team Captain by title. She traveled on three occasions to the State qualifying tournament before finally entered the Oregon State Championship games in 2003 where her team ranked 7th at the 4A competition. Megan was recognized for several athletic accomplishments along the way. Her freshman year she was chosen to represent the Volleyball program in the Athletic Advisory Counsel, honored at a "Breakfast of Champions" event as a Sophomore, Awarded the Gatorade Will to Win achievement as a Junior and was a Squad Leader for the ATHENA program as a Senior.
After 10 years away from competition, Megan walked on to the Glendale Community College team in 2013, earning a spot on the starting lineup as a Setter her Freshman year. In 2014, she transferred to Pasadena City College, where she ran a 5-1 offense for the Lady Lancers and ranked second highest setter in the conference that season.
Williams found competing in swimming to be extremely rewarding after she joined a club team at the age of 11. Through competition and training she evolved into a backstroke extraordinaire. At the age of 13, she went on to rank 8th in the State of Oregon at the 4A Championship meet. She continued to train on a club team, year-round, while competing for the high school team. She contributed to many team victories as one of the top leading scorer's for the women's programs. Megan's hard work and dedication earned her numerous opportunities to compete on relay teams at the State Championship meet as a Junior. She consistently broke personal records while competing on the Varsity Squad all four years. She was awarded Honorable Mention in the 200 Medley and 200 Freestyle relay her Senior year upon retiring from competition.
At the age of 16, Megan gained Certification to be a Lifeguard, which included CPR and First Aid training. Her first job was working at North Clackamas Aquatic Park where she saved eight people from the water that summer. When Megan was 18, she volunteered for a few local club programs as well as for the Beaverton HS Varsity program. She was attending college in her hometown of Portland, OR, pursuing an education in health and fitness. When Megan was 19 she became Nationally and State Licensed to practice Massage Therapy in the State of Oregon. After working for a spa in 2005, Megan found her calling working in a sports rehabilitation clinic. In 2006 she gained certification's as a Chiropractic Assistant and Physical Therapy Aid.
In 2006, she completed NFHS certification and Concussion training so she could be the JV and Assistant Varsity Volleyball Coach at Oregon Episcopal School, where she remained for three seasons. In 2009, Megan spent 6 months teaching kindergarten in Puerto Vallarta, MX where she would find her career of teaching private swim lessons. In 2010, Coach Williams returned to Oregon where she went on to coach the JV swim team at Beaverton High. Shortly after, Coach Williams relocated to Los Angeles, California after the birth of her son, Silas.
In 2011, Megan returned to coaching volleyball at the High School level, running the Freshman team at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. She then went on to work the summer program for Burbank High in 2012 and La Canada High in 2013. From 2013 - 2016 Coach Williams coached for various club programs in Los Angeles before returning to San Gabriel Elite Volleyball Club. She was also deep in training while competing as the starting setter for the Glendale College volleyball team in 2014. Upon transferring to Pasadena City College, she ran a 5-1 offense as the only setter on her team in 2015. Both seasons she was ranked top 5 in assists and in serving for the division. She was awarded the Scholar Baller award for earning straight A's while competing for the Lancer's volleyball team in the fall.
2016-2020 She coaches a variety of ages and skill levels for SG Elite and has gone on to coach teams at the Jr. National championship tournament. More recently, Megan occasionally works for the club during clinics and camps or may step in as a substitute coach. She currently coaches the JV team at Burroughs H.S. where she has been for the last two seasons. Her team has done extremely well, nearly going undefeated, winning league in 2018 and 2019.