Scorpion's Olivia Koop Signs with Goshen College Women's Volleyball team in Goshen, Indiana
The Scorpions Volleyball Club are very proud to announce that Olivia Koop will be playing varsity volleyball with the Goshen College Maple Leaf's Women's Volleyball team in Goshen Indiana.
Olivia Koop plays the middle position. She was a recipient of a Scorpions Academic Scholarship. She made the honor roll all four years at Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and was named an Ontario Scholar, graduating with French certification.
The Scorpions Volleyball Club wishes Olivia the best of luck in her athletic and academic future. To read the Goshen College Press Release on Olivia's signing go to: http://www.goleafs.net/article/12925
Visit the Scorpions Booth at the Cambridge Mall this Saturday, August 17th, 2019 from 10am-3:30pm.
Meet 13U Boys Coach Mark Morell, 12U Girls Coach Tracy Forshaw and President Paul Langan Play volleyball with Jenny Clarke and Chantel Lapierre!
August 12th, 2019.....The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club are very proud to announce that they are expanding into Ayr Ontario.
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club started in 2009. It is now the largest youth beach and indoor volleyball club in the Waterloo Region and surrounding cities.
The Scorpions will be offering a developmental youth program for girls and boys.
Here are the details:
Paul Langan, President of Scorpions Volleyball Club states, " We have always had players from Ayr in the club at our programs in Cambridge but in the last two years these numbers have increased significantly. We now also have 3 coaches from Ayr so we feel it is time to expand to this beautiful community.
I have asked Coach Renee Michiels, former University of Windsor varsity player and current Scorpions coach, to lead this program and she has accepted. She is also an Ayr resident as is excited by challenge. I doubt it will not be long before we have Scorpions competitive teams from Ayr."
To register for the Ayr development program: http://www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca/fallprograms-ayr
Bernadine Verstraeten and Steve Furnace to Coach Grade 7 & 8 Scorpions 2 Development Program
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is proud to announce that Bernadine Verstraeten and Steve Furnace are returning to run our Grade 7 and 8 Scorpions 2 Development Program this October.
Bernadine is a teacher and has been coaching volleyball for approximately 20 years and is an elite developmental coach. Steve Furnace will be Bernadine's Assistant Coach. Steve has been volunteering with the Monday night program for 8 years and plays volleyball in the adult leagues.
Paul Langan, Founder of the club states, " The respect that Bernadine gets from the parents and players in the program is well deserved. When it comes to teaching skill development to our players Bernadine is exceptional. Having Steve help Bernadine each year makes for a fantastic program. It is no surprise to me that this programs sells out every year."
To learn more and to register for our Fall Programs go to: http://www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca/fallprograms