Volleyball News Canada

Terrel Bramwell. CCAA Mens Player of the Year and 2012 CCAA National Champion with the Humber Hawks. 

Look at this guy fly! By far one of the most explosive volleyballer’s in Canada today.

Listen to this Documentary following the 2011-12 Humber Hawks Men’s Volleyball team. Taking a look at the journey to Abbotsford, British Columbia and the CCAA National Championships.

Constant Tweets on the Volleyball beat.

Character makes play’s when the times are toughest. That’s what an epic story is made of.
Ben Josephson, Coach Trinity Western Mens Volleyball, Asst. Coach Team Canada FISU Team
The Ontario Summer Games just finished and our top 16 and Under Athletes in the province had a competitive and fun experience.
The Ontario Summer Games hosts regional competitions between all sports in Ontario.
For volleyball, entrance on an Ontario Summer Games team means you train and prepare at the OVA’s Regional Team Training Centre with a chance to make the Ontario Provincial team. 
Region 3 (southwestern Ontario) came through with the Gold, upsetting the always strong Region 6 out of Ottawa. 
Region 5 (Central Ontario) outlasted Region 4 out of Durham/Oshawa for the bronze.
For Full tournament results: http://ontariowintergames.com/participant/content/sport.html?id=volleyball&searchtype=sport&catalogid=participant

The Ontario Summer Games just finished and our top 16 and Under Athletes in the province had a competitive and fun experience.

The Ontario Summer Games hosts regional competitions between all sports in Ontario.

For volleyball, entrance on an Ontario Summer Games team means you train and prepare at the OVA’s Regional Team Training Centre with a chance to make the Ontario Provincial team. 

Region 3 (southwestern Ontario) came through with the Gold, upsetting the always strong Region 6 out of Ottawa. 

Region 5 (Central Ontario) outlasted Region 4 out of Durham/Oshawa for the bronze.

For Full tournament results: http://ontariowintergames.com/participant/content/sport.html?id=volleyball&searchtype=sport&catalogid=participant

The FIVB World League is coming to Toronto!
Don’t miss Giba, Murrilo, Schmitt, and Dante  live at the Ricoh Collosium May 18-20 for the first set of round robin competition.
Team Canada will enter in as the 18th seed, Poland will enter as the number 4 team in the world and Finland will enter as number 27.
All eyes are on volleyball powerhouse and the #1 ranked team in the world, Brazil. 
Gavin Schmitt and Team Canada are coming off an impressive qualification match and look to push for a top 2 ranking in pool play. 
For all results and news: http://www.volleyball.ca/content/world-league-2012 
Follow the competition on Twitter: #2012CanWL 

The FIVB World League is coming to Toronto!

Don’t miss Giba, Murrilo, Schmitt, and Dante  live at the Ricoh Collosium May 18-20 for the first set of round robin competition.

Team Canada will enter in as the 18th seed, Poland will enter as the number 4 team in the world and Finland will enter as number 27.

All eyes are on volleyball powerhouse and the #1 ranked team in the world, Brazil

Gavin Schmitt and Team Canada are coming off an impressive qualification match and look to push for a top 2 ranking in pool play. 

For all results and news: http://www.volleyball.ca/content/world-league-2012 

Follow the competition on Twitter: #2012CanWL 

Beach season is approaching and everyone is anticipating who Team Canada will send to the podium.
Halifax, Ontario is set to host the 2012 FIVB 21 and Under Beach Volleyball World Championships and the city is ecstatic about the opportunity.
The main question is, who will Canada send to this years championships? Will it be the 2011 Youth FIVB bronze medalist Aaron Nusbaum and Grant O’Gorman?
Or will the rising youngsters Andrew Kocur, Lucas Coleman, Danny Demynanko and Reid May get their shot?
Stay tuned for your Canadian entries..
Tournament Info:
http://www.fivb.org/EN/BeachVolleyball/Competitions/Junior/2012/index.asp?TournCode=MU212012

Beach season is approaching and everyone is anticipating who Team Canada will send to the podium.

Halifax, Ontario is set to host the 2012 FIVB 21 and Under Beach Volleyball World Championships and the city is ecstatic about the opportunity.

The main question is, who will Canada send to this years championships? Will it be the 2011 Youth FIVB bronze medalist Aaron Nusbaum and Grant O’Gorman?

Or will the rising youngsters Andrew Kocur, Lucas Coleman, Danny Demynanko and Reid May get their shot?

Stay tuned for your Canadian entries..

Tournament Info:

http://www.fivb.org/EN/BeachVolleyball/Competitions/Junior/2012/index.asp?TournCode=MU212012

Check out FTC Team (Canada’s Full Time Training Centre Team) face off against the worlds greatest, Brazil!  

Sports do not build character. They reveal it.
Peter Hrkal in his 4th year at Mcmaster
The Trinity Western University mens volleyball team did it again! 
The Abbotsford, BC team took to the court against Laval Rouge et’ Or in the 2012 CIS Championship Final and reigned Victorious with a 3-1 win.
CIS Most Outstanding Player of the Year Ben Ball took control the court distributing the ball extremely evenly and efficiently.
TWU serve proved to tough for Laval as they kept the Quebec team out of system, funnelling them into countless double blocks, resulting in points.
Tournament All Stars were : Steven Marshall, Trinity Western, Rudy Verhoeff, Trinity Western, Justin Boudreault, Laval , Karl De Grandpré, Laval, Dane Pischke, Manitoba, Joren Zeeman, Queen’s
For all news and results visit: http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/mvball/index 
For all highlights and replays visit: http://www.ssncanada.ca/media/index.html

The Trinity Western University mens volleyball team did it again! 

The Abbotsford, BC team took to the court against Laval Rouge et’ Or in the 2012 CIS Championship Final and reigned Victorious with a 3-1 win.

CIS Most Outstanding Player of the Year Ben Ball took control the court distributing the ball extremely evenly and efficiently.

TWU serve proved to tough for Laval as they kept the Quebec team out of system, funnelling them into countless double blocks, resulting in points.

Tournament All Stars were : Steven Marshall, Trinity Western, Rudy Verhoeff, Trinity Western, Justin Boudreault, Laval , Karl De Grandpré, Laval, Dane Pischke, Manitoba, Joren Zeeman, Queen’s

For all news and results visit: http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/mvball/index 

For all highlights and replays visit: http://www.ssncanada.ca/media/index.html