UNO and Velocity combine to bring family-oriented club to Mokena, Tinley Park area

Twenty-year coaching veteran Hector Kiely will be at the helm of the boys’ program of the newly-formed UNO XP.

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After a few months of understanding each other’s capabilities, UNO and Velocity All Sports have come together to form an entity built upon two women’s love of volleyball.

Terri Baranski and Cindy See both have played volleyball in college and are joining forces to bring UNO XP ( to the volleyball world.

“Built By Volleyball Families For Volleyball Families.”

Cindy See played for DePaul as an outside hitter, and then her daughter Summer See followed in her footsteps and played there as well wearing her mother’s number.

Terri Baranski played at Syracuse University, was named Big East Player of the Year, named to the school’s Hall of Fame and received other accolades that decorate her past volleyball history. Her daughter Taylor Baranski is currently playing for Iowa State.

The passion both women bring to the table is endless. The goal of this program is to bring a family-oriented club to Mokena, Tinley Park and surrounding areas. The club will pride itself on excellent training, top notch performance training and building up players confidence all along the way.

They club will be for boys and girls of all ages.

Hector Kiely will be at the helm for the boys’ program, bringing 20 years of combined college and club coaching experience. Terri Baranski will facilitate the girls’ side bringing her experience from UNO Volleyball Club out of Joliet as the base structure.

This club will offer an elite level program for boys and girls. This program touts the top notch jump, agility and strength training program in-house that no other club offers. The sports performance trainers will help take each player to the next level. This will create the right atmosphere for top level teams.

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