Leasa coaches with her two daughters, Anna-Marie and Kathleen. She has coached a variety of sports for over 20 years with softball and volleyball being her favourites. Leasa’s volleyball coaching has included athletes from 13U all the way to 18U, at both the school and club level. Her expectations are simple: show up with a positive attitude, give 100% all the time, be a team player, and demonstrate respect and sportsmanship to coaches, referees, teammates, parents, and opponents. Her goal is to develop players both physically and mentally through the game of volleyball, and to transfer their learning into real life.
Amanda has been coaching volleyball for over 15 years, including both girls and boys teams from Atomic (Grade 5) through post-secondary, as well as coaching in a variety of other sports.
She believes that coaching sport is more than just teaching athletic skill execution, it is an opportunity to help the leaders of tomorrow develop the characteristics that will help them succeed long after they walk off the court. As a coach, she is competitive, but believes that we are missing the goal of competition if we fail to try and build those intangible elements into the athletes entrusted to our care.
Hannah, an enthusiastic volleyball player, has accumulated over 20 years of experience in both high school and recreational settings. For the past three years, she has been coaching young athletes, finding great joy in instilling a love for the game and fostering their passion.
Hannah's commitment to personal growth is unwavering, as she constantly seeks to expand her knowledge and skills. She places great emphasis on guiding her athletes to embrace the journey of improvement, motivating them to reach their fullest potential. Her coaching extends beyond the court, as she strives to shape them into well-rounded individuals.
In Hannah's hands, young athletes not only become better players, but also develop into confident and responsible young adults.
With a passion for volleyball that has spanned over two decades, Coach Heidi is thrilled to be a part of the journey that young girls take as they learn and grow in this incredible sport. Her commitment to volleyball is not just about the game; it’s about building connections, fostering growth, and inspiring young athletes to reach their full potential. Her coaching philosophy centres on more than just winning games; it’s about developing well-rounded athletes both on and off the court. She beleives in creating an environment where girls can not only refine their volleyball skills but also build character, discipline, and teamwork.
Michael is a father of three girls, who values family, friends and faith. He believes that great success comes from hard work. He was an avid volleyball player, basketball player and golfer throughout high school and college. Michael has recently come back to the game of volleyball as a coach and looks forward to encouraging the players as they develop in their skills both in the game and in life.
Marlo has been coaching sports for a few years and is passionate about volleyball. She and her husband have raised three athletes who went on to compete at high levels in their sports. Her values include family, commitment and dedication.
She is excited to help young athletes to commit to their journey through volleyball. Her goal is to inspire young athletes to acquire both physical skills and personal growth through character, athletic ability, and skill development within a team setting. She believes determination and commitment are key factors to achieving maximum success on and off the court.
She strives for a balance of a competitive yet enjoyable environment. Her belief is a committed player will contribute to the team success as they develop into great athletes.
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