Shannon (Campbell) Rich played volleyball for BH-BL and graduated in 2002. Shannon was the Suburban Council Most Valuable player in 2001, leading her team to the New York State Class B Championship title. She was also named to the First Team for New York State two years in a row, and she played on two BH-BL teams that won both Section 2 titles and Regional titles.
Shannon graduated from The College of Saint Rose, where she played on the volleyball team. Upon graduation, she was the all time leader in assists, assists average and matches played. Shannon was the only player in Saint Rose history to reach 3,000 assists, was second all time in service aces and 10th in digs. Among her many honors, she was the 2006 Northeast 10 Setter of the Year, Daktronics First Team All Northeast, and Honorable Mention from the American Coaches Association. Shannon also was the 2003 Most Valuable Player at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament and a two-time Northeast 10 All League performer.
Shannon continues to play volleyball and has coached at all different levels. She is now a second grade teacher at Troy Prep, married to her husband, Curtis, and has three children, Rowan, Max and Bailey. She and her family live in Delmar.