2022-23 Hill College Volleyball team


Head Coach Dylan Butler


Dylan Butler enters his second season at the helm of the Hill College volleyball program.

In Butler’s first season as head coach, he led the team to an 11-15 finish. Despite the rocky start to the season, he rallied the team to go undefeated in the second half of conference play, going 9-0, winning the Region V North Conference Tournament, and earning a bid to the 2021-2022 NJCAA National Tournament where he was named the Southwest District A coach of the year. The 16th-seeded Lady Rebels fell to the number 1 seeded team in the country in the first round. In the second round, the Lady Rebels almost took down the number 8 team in the country but came up short in the fifth set. Coach Butler and the Lady Rebels finished a roller-coaster season in the top 16 teams in the country with three First Team All-Conference selections, two Second Team All-Conference Selections, Region V North New Comer of the Year, and Region V North Conference Tournament MVP awards.  

Prior to assuming the head coach role, Butler served as the Assistant Coach for two seasons aiding the Lady Rebels to a 14-6 overall record, a Region V North Regular Season Conference Title, and a Region V North Conference Tournament Title in the 2020-2021 season finishing in the top 20 teams in the country. In Butler’s first season as Assistant Coach, the Lady Rebels finished 20-10 overall and earned the Region V North Conference Tournament Title, earning a National Tournament Bid, and finishing the season in the top 16 teams in the country. As the program's designated hitting coach, Butler had a key role in the training of two, Second Team All-American outside hitters and many First and Second Team All-Conference Selections.

Prior to Hill College, Butler was a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Dallas for the 2018-2019 season. During his time with the Lady Crusaders, Butler assisted the team to a 20-15 overall record - the best season record since 2014 - and accomplished a fourth-place finish at the SCAC Conference Championship Tournament. Butler played a key role in the training of the Lady Crusader’s First and Second Team All-Americans and the SCAC First Team All-Conference Selection.

Prior to Butler’s time at the University of Dallas, he served as an undergraduate assistant at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) for two seasons under head coach Edgar Miraku, where he helped UCO finish with an overall record of 28-5 in 2015, and 31-5 in 2016. 

Butler was also an undergraduate assistant at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith (UAFS) under head coach Jane Sargent, where he helped UAFS finish with an overall record of 27-8 in 2011. 

Butler serves as the Boy’s Club volleyball Director at Tejas Volleyball Club in the DFW Area.

Butler played collegiately at Park University in Kansas City, MO, where he helped the team win the NAIA National Invitational Championship title in 2014. Prior to Park University, Dylan played at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, MO, where he assisted the team to an 8th place finish.

Dylan is originally from the state of Hawai’i where he grew up playing all forms of volleyball. Dylan played high school volleyball for Kea’au High School, in Kea’au, HI. 

Dylan is married to Pamela Butler, a native of Brazil and former Coffeyville Community College volleyball player & single season kill record holder, and Park University Alumni. Dylan and Pamela are first time parents to their daughter Isabella.

Email: dbutler@hillcollege.edu



Assistant Coach Shelby Tally

Shelby Tally enters her first year as an assistant coach with the Hill College volleyball program.

Tally returns to the program, following a successful playing career starting in 46 matches for the Lady Rebels.

In her sophomore year, Tally was named team captain and aided the team to a national tournament appearance, finishing in the top sixteen teams in the country. Tally also aided the program in winning the Region V North Conference Tournament.

In her freshman year, Tally earned First Team All-Conference Honors and helped lead the team to a Region V North Conference Tournament Title and a Regular Season Title.

Prior to her time at Hill College, Tally was a student-athlete at Fulshear High School. During her time there she aided the team to a State Championship in 2019.

 Tally has been involved in club coaching for many years aiding in different capacities with the pursuit of building the next generation of volleyball players.  

Shelby has achieved her Associate Degree in Business and is continuing schooling while she coaches. 

Email: stally@hillcollege.edu 

Women's Volleyball Roster
# Name Height Position Class High School and Hometown
11 11-Ceratti.jpg Izabella Ceratti 5'9" OH SO Cetys Universidad; Tijuana, Mexico
8 8-Moses.jpg Autumn Moses 5'9" OH  SO Sinton; Sinton, TX
2 2-Gantt.jpg Makenna Gantt 6'0" S/OPP SO Bridgeport; Bridgeport, TX
15 15-Cripa.jpg Manuela Cripa 5'9" S SO Colegio Pentagunum de Jundai; Sao Paulo, Brazil
4 4-Babers.jpg Madison Babers 5'8" MB/OPP SO Waxahachie; Waxahachie, TX
10 10-Hartsburg.jpg Paige Hartsburg 5'4" DS/L SO Marcus; Flower Mound, TX
21 21-Gomez-Echeverry.jpg Daniela Gomez-Echeverry 5'9" OH FR Paulo Freire; Bogota, Columbia
5 5-Southerland.jpg Victoria Southerland 5'8" OH FR Maypearl; Maypearl, TX
6 6-Johnson.jpg Kaycee Johnson 5'11" MB FR Rusk; Rusk, TX
16 16-Maynes.jpg Alexia Maynes 6'1" MB/OPP FR Whitehouse; Whitehouse, TX
7 7-Hildebrand.jpg Natalie Hildebrand 5'8" S/DS FR Marcus; Flower Mound, TX
3 3-Stahl.jpg Samantha Stahl 5'8" DS/L FR Hebron; Lewisville, TX
9 9-Warren.jpg Kadence Warren 5'8" DS/L FR Northwest; Fort Worth, TX

NJCAA Schedule 2022 - 2023

Record: 20-16 overall; 10-4 conference

NJCAA Southwest B District Runner Ups

NJCAA Region V North Champions


NTJCAC Player of the Year: Izabella Ceratti

NTJCAC First Team All-Conference/All-Region: Izabella Ceratti and Daniela Gomez Echeverry

NTJCAC Second Team All-Conference: Madison Babers and Makenna Gantt

NJCAA Region V North All-Tournament MVP: Izabella Ceratti


Hill College volleyball players moving on either to play at the next level at a four-year school or going on to a four-year school, but have decided not to continue their playing career.

2021-2022 Players Moving On
Player College
McKenya Sorrells Emporia State University
Noelia Roach Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Emma Nickerson Oklahoma City University
Ainsley Meissner West Texas A&M University
2020-2021 Players Moving On
Player College
Stasha Adams Kentucky State University
Tara Goolsby University of New Orleans
Taylor Skrzycki Texas Women's University
Camryn Specia Texas Tech University
2019-2020 Players Moving On
Player College
Natalie Garcia University of Texas at Tyler
Alyssa Parks Dallas Baptist University
2018-2019 Players Moving On
Player College
Jasmine Sims St. Mary’s University
Aliyah Narcisse East Central University
Morgan Burns Texas Wesleyan University
Miranda Rich Roberts Wesleyan University
2017-2018 Players Moving On
Player College
Chastiny Brown Texas Wesleyan University
Brianna Sitton Texas Wesleyan University
Yasmine Attaee University of Texas at Permian Basin
Callan Holmes Drake University
Destiny Washington Tennessee State University
Brooke Fearka Ottawa University
Alyssa Meyer San Angelo State University
2016-2017 Players Moving On
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2015-2016 Players Moving On
Player College
Camille Porco Lubbock Christian University
Thelma Flores Dallas Baptist University
Alexis Washington University of Central Oklahoma
Kylie Rollman Ft. Hayes State University
Taylor Goudeau Prairie View A&M
2014-2015 Players Moving On
Player College
Madi Odom Southeastern Louisiana University
Rachel Stoerkel San Francisco State University
Alex Banister Baylor University
2013-2014 Players Moving On
Player College
Chelby Stanford Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Alexandria Wells Texas A&M University-Kingsville
2011-2012 Players Moving On
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Taelor Higgins Texas A&M University
Brittany Berry Texas Wesleyan University
Haley Goldwater Long Island University
Taylor Jones Dallas Baptist University
2010-2011 Players Moving On
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Sapphire Reid Long Island University
Lauren Ray Henderson State University
2009-2010 Players Moving On
Player College
Anissa Garcia University of Mary Hardin Baylor
Kayla Caffey Hannibal LaGrange College
Tatiana Booth East Central University
Nicole Canales St. Mary's University
Mikeya Edwards Grambling State University
Yakira Essix East Central University
Davina Hirst Texas Lutheran University
Nikki West Grambling State University
2008-2009 Players Moving On
Player College
Kayla Riggs University of Missouri Kansas City/td>
Lauren Tharp Schreiner University
Christina Smith University of Texas at Tyler
Meghan Fichtel University of Texas Pan American
2007-2008 Players Moving On
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Jessika Robinson Faulkner University
LaTanya Daniels Faulkner University
2006-2007 Players Moving On
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Lindsay Ellisor Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Ashley Montalvo University of Texas at Tyler
Sileiny Arauz Hannibal LaGrange College
Katelyn Nelson Dixie State University
Tiffany Williams Texas College
2005-2006 Players Moving On
Player College
Ivana Mali Henderson State University
Amber McKinney Oklahoma Panhandle State University
Andrea Walker Huston-Tillotson University
Sheena Logan Texas College
Stephanie Lewis Fisk University