Ellery Williamson

Outside Hitter

Class of 2026

Dual citizen – Canada & US

2023 Biosteel All Canadian

2023 Team Ontario White

2024 Kyndryl All-Canadian

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Ellery Williamson

Outside Hitter


Discipline for Recruitment: Women’s Indoor Volleyball

Height: 5′ 9.5″

Spike Touch: 9′ 10″

Block Touch: 9′ 3″

Standing Reach: 7′ 6″

Vertical: 25″

Upcoming Schedule

OVA Schedule 17U and 18U
The Royals Rumble Club Invitational, Vancouver, BC, January 26-28, 2024
Capitol Hill Volleyball Classic, Washington, DC, February 17th – 19th
Big South National Qualifier, Atlanta, GA, March 29th – 31st
CanAm Classic, Detroit, MI, May 4-5, 2024

Athletic Accomplishments

  • 2023/24 Phoenix Legacy 17U (Playing up)
    - 17U D1T1 Provincial Champions
    - 18U D1T1 Provincials 2nd Place
    - 18U Big South National Qualifier 2nd Place
    - 17U Grand Prix 1st Place
    - 17U Open Gold 2nd Place Capitol Hill Classic
    - 18U Premier 2nd Place (Furlani Cup)
    - 17U Premier 1st Place (McGregor Cup)
    - 17/18 Vancouver Royals Rumble 1st Place
    - 18U Premier 2nd Place (McGregor Cup)
    - 17U Premier 1st Place (Fall Classic)
    - 17U Premier 1st Place (Challenge Cup)
    - 18U Select 1st Place (Challenge Cup)

    2022/23 Leaside Force 16U (Playing up)

    2021/22 Leaside Surge 14U
    - 2nd D1T1 Nationals
    - 2nd D1T1 Provincials

  • 2024 Kyndryl All Canadian
    2023 Biosteel All Canadian
    2023 Team Ontario White Indoor
    2022 Team Ontario Regional Program

  • 2023/2024
    Varsity Girls Volleyball
    3rd place finish at OFSAA

    Varsity Girls Volleyball
    5th place finish at OFSAA

  • University of Toronto Schools
    Class of 2026
    4.17 weighted GPA

  • 2024 17U D1T1 OVA Provincial Champions
    2024 18U D1T1 OVA Provincials 2nd Place
    2024 Kyndryl All Canadian
    2023 Biosteel All Canadian 16U
    2023 Ontario 15U D1T1 3rd place at Beach Provincials
    2023 OVA Award of Excellence
    2023 Athlete of the Month, UTS Varsity Volleyball
    2022 14U D1T1 2nd place at Nationals
    2022 14U D1T1 2nd place at Ontario Provincials
    2022 15U D2T1 1st place at Ontario Provincials

  • 2023 Athletic Leadership Council

  • 2023 Ontario 15U D1T1 3rd place at Beach Provincials

Athlete Bio

Five words you can use to describe yourself as a high performance athlete.
  • Receptive
  • Engaged
  • Composed
  • Dynamic
  • Competitive
Five words you can use to describe yourself off your field of play.
  • Thoughtful
  • Responsable
  • Keen
  • Social
  • Relaxed
Describe how you work in a team.

On the court I consistently uplift my teammates by offering words of encouragement and support. I am highly engaged during practices and games, and am able to maintain composure under pressure. I am receptive to new ideas and strategies, always open to trying new techniques to improve the team’s performance. My dynamic and competitive nature drives me to give my best effort in every situation.

Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them:

Coming in second at 14U Nationals felt like a great achievement, and a terrible loss at the same time. On one hand, standing on the podium as runners-up was an undeniable source of pride and accomplishment. It represented the culmination of countless hours of dedicated training, teamwork, and determination. However the success left me with a bittersweet feeling, only motivating me to work harder and close the narrow gap between winning and losing.

What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?

I love traveling with my family and friends. It is so refreshing to be in a new place, eating great food and seeing things I’ve never seen before. Ever since I was little, the best memories have been made when I was traveling. My friends and I also love to explore our home city of Toronto, which has lots for us to discover.

Who are your role models and why?

My parents are my role models because of how hard they work, and their fun and energetic personalities. For the past two years, I have worn my Dad’s high school basketball number on my club jersey.

Involvement in other sports or extracurricular. Why is it important for you?

This past school year I was involved in the Athletic Leadership Council. My role was to help facilitate our teams and games, as well as promote school wide athletic events. My school is highly academic, and through this council I have been encouraging everyone to participate as much as possible. This creates healthy habits, skill learning, a strong school community, and new friendships.

Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them?

I am really proud of my 96% average. UTS has a highly competitive academic community, and being able to excel at school with my volleyball commitments is a challenge. It has made me a more organized and responsible student athlete.

What program would you like to attend in school?

Right now I am excited by my Chemistry class and what I’m learning in American History.

How do you envision your school life in college/university?

Academics have always been really important to me and I find I enjoy school when there is a great group of students around me. The same goes for volleyball, I love being around girls who are completely committed to the sport. In university I would love to combine these two aspects of my life.

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