Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Volleyball Elite Academy

The Volleyball Elite Academy has introduced a very experienced group of coaches to cover the skills of volleyball to the athletes.Stacey Singler-Cooke played 5 years with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies from 1987-1992. During this time the team won 2 conference titles. Attended the National Championship 3 times with a silver medal in her 4th year. She was named as a Canada West all-star 3 times as well as a first team All-Canadian 3 times. At a national level, Stacey played with the Junior National Team for 2 summers. Attending the World Junior Championship in Peru in 1989 and the Universiade Games in England in 1991. She also joined the Senior National team for a summer in 1992. In 2007 Stacey was given the honor of being inducted into the Huskie Hall of Fame. As a coach, Stacey assisted with the U of S for 2 seasons in the early 1990's. She has coached at the high school level for 5 seasons winning 2 city titles and a Provincial title with the Holy Cross Crusaders. Stacey is currently coaching with the JCVC volleyball club and has been for the past 5 seasons. We are very lucky to have her sharing her expertise. To learn more go to the academy website.
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