The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is very proud to announce that Arvin Adeva and Kirk Mojica will coach the Scorpions 15U Boys Competitive Team.
Arvin Adeva has over 20 years international coaching experience as well as being a trainer.
Kirk Mojica brings extensive indoor and beach volleyball international coaching/playing/refereeing background to the club
Paul Langan, President Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club states, "When Mark Morell stepped down from coaching this team the club wanted to make sure we had top quality coaches to replace Mark. Arvin and Kirk are excellent coaches with international playing and coaching experience. "
Due to the pandemic, we are not certain when the tryouts/ season will begin this fall/winter. Keep checking our website for details. http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca
The Scorpions Volleyball Club are proud to announce that Philip Kingswood and Michelle Wobst will be returning to coach the Scorpions Boys 16U team for the 2021-22 indoor competitive season. This is the 5th season with the club.
Philip has over 23 years coaching and playing experience in the sport of volleyball. He played for Sheridan College for three years and then went on to coach at West Side Volleyball Club (Rexdale, ON), as a head coach for U14 to U18, for approx. 5 seasons. He also coached college level volleyball for 5 seasons at Tyndale College in Toronto, ON. He has coached younger ages also.
Michelle Wobst has been playing competitive volleyball for over 33 years.
Paul Langan, founder Scorpions Volleyball Club, " Michelle and Philip are an important part of the the continual growth in our boys competitive program. I look forward to their successes in the upcoming season."
Keep checking out website for information about the fall/winter competitive indoor season. http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club are proud to announce that Jessna Marmo will be returning to be the Head Coach for the Scorpions 16U Green competitive girls green team.
Jessna Marmo, enters her fifth year coaching for the club after a standout varsity career playing for the Mohawk College women's varsity team for 4 years. She also previously coached high school volleyball teams.
She will be assisted by former Scorpions player and coach Brianna Downey and Devon Maguire who joined the club last year as our 13u boys coach.
Paul Langan, Founder Scorpions Volleyball Club states, " The team will be a powerhouse under Head Coach Jessna and her assistants. I am confident they will have an excellent season."
For more information on Tryouts keep checking our website at http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca
The Scorpions Volleyball Club are proud to announce that David Aitken, Kayla Gaudette and David Duhan will return to the club this fall as the coaches for our Scorpions 17U Green Girls Competitive Team.
This year David Aitken has stepped into the Head Coach role and Kayla and David Duhan will be his Assistant Coaches.
The team in their last full year of play in 2019-2020 was ranked 29th out of 196 teams in Ontario.
Paul Langan, Scorpions founder states, " The potential for that team has always been there. I am definitely looking forward to watching this team progress this season under the coaching of David, Kayla and David."
Please keep checking out website for up to date information on the 2020-21 Fall/Winter Competitive Indoor season for boys and girls.
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club are very proud to announce that Renee Michiels and Samantha Warner are going to coach the Scorpions 18U Girls Green Team.
Renee Michiels is a former University of Windsor Lancer varsity player. She has over 15 years experience playing in adult women's leagues. She is returning to the Scorpions for her 5th year as the Head Coach of the 18U Green Girls Team.
Samantha Warner is a former Scorpion club player and varsity player with the University of Waterloo Warriors.
Samantha Warner will be returning for her third year as an assistant coach.
Paul Langan, President of Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club states," Renee and Sam are quality coaches and excellent role models for young female volleyball players in the club. They are quintessential to the growth of the club."
Keep checking the Scorpions website for details for the 2021-22 season for boys and girls . http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca
The non-profit Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club has been awarded a Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) Community Activation Grant.
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is the largest beach and indoor volleyball club in the Waterloo Region. The SIRC grant will allow the club to update the following policies and training requirements to ensure they are current and the coaches and members of the club are educated on them. The policies being updated include: Harassment & Bullying Prevention and Concussion Prevention and Protocols. The grant will also allow more coaches to be trained in online Safe Sport Initiative Training.
Paul Langan, Scorpions President states, "We are grateful to the SIRC for this money to update our policies and training. It is of paramount importance that the Scorpions club continue to make the safety of its staff and players a priority."
Here is a link to the complete SIRC press release.
For more information on the Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club go to http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca
The Scorpions Volleyball Club and Grass Volleyball Canada are proud to announce that registration has started for the largest youth grass volleyball festival in Canada. It will be held on Saturday August 21st, 2021 in Cambridge, Ontario.
2021-07-16...The Scorpions Volleyball Club are the originators in Ontario in hosting youth public grass volleyball festival. Their first tournament was in 2014. It has grown to be the largest event for youth in Canada. Here are the details.
We will follow the most current Covid-19 protocols.
NOTE: If you currently play in a Scorpions Beach House League Program entrance into Recreation Division is included in your registration fee so you do not need to register or pay.
Festival Contact Paul Langan at email@example.com