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August 22 – 26, 2022
at Saville Community Sports Centre
Some of our favourite pic’s of our past camps
Our coaching philosophy: To develop athletes in their knowledge of their game and to develop mental fortitude. The desire is to see athletes learn and become successful in whatever endeavours they pursue because of the grit they attain through the perseverence that sports and competition teaches them. For an individual to have a positive self image and a lifelong desire to be active and use their body and mind to its fullest potential.
Led by Coach Jeremy who has been a volleyball, basketball, hockey, baseball, tennis and golf coach with over 17 years experience coaching multiple age levels. His teams have won city championships and provincial level competitions. He has coached 9 different club volleyball teams with FOG Volleyball from U13 to U17 male and female teams. Jeremy played ACAC Volleyball for 3 years and enjoys playing both indoor and beach volleyball recreationally.
Hello! My name is Christian. I played for 5 years at Concordia here in Edmonton as a libero and a serving specialist. I have also coached at Strathcona High School with the Jr. Varsity Boys team for 4 years as well as with NAVC for 7 years. I am super excited to work with you and be involved in your volleyball journey 👍
Hey! I’m Sydney! I’m so excited to be a coach this year at Intensity Volleyball Camp! I have been a volleyball player my entire life and continue to play competitive recreation volleyball to this day. I am currently a head coach with APEX Volleyball club. I also coach Senior Women’s Volleyball at New Norway School and have previously coached with BGV. I am so excited to be a part of the team and I can’t wait to have an awesome week!
Ryann started playing volleyball at the age of 11. She very quickly developed a love for the sport and began her club career with Fog Volleyball Club at u13. In 9th grade, Ryann played on the senior Volleyball team and was awarded Most Valuable player. At u14 and u15 Club, Ryann was awarded the Fog Volleyball Scholarship, that goes to outstanding players at their respective age levels. Through high school, Ryann played for the Strathcona Lord’s where she enjoyed great success playing both middle and outside. She won gold at the UBCO Heat volleyball tournament in Kelowna, gold and bronze at the Scona classic, Silver and bronze at the Titans TVT tournament and gold and silver at city Championships. During this Ryann was also chosen to play in the Clutch Volleyball Allstar classic, where her team won bronze. During high school, Ryann started coaching with Pursuit Volleyball and coached at several camps both in Edmonton and Whitecourt. In her first year of college, Ryann played outside for the Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves, while also pursuing her Registered Nursing degree. Ryann looks forward to working with the next generation of player and hopes she can instill her passion for Volleyball in the up and coming group.
Hey, my name is Dean Rozema and I’ve been playing competitive volleyball for the past 30 years. I played at Columbia Bible College (BCCAA) and qualified for provincials three times, including a silver at provincials and bronze at nationals hosted by Grant MacEwan Griffins. I’m passionate about working with kids and helping them become the best version of themselves on and off the court. I’ve coached Grade 6, 9 and High School Varsity.
Jordan is a third year setter at the King’s University in Edmonton, where she is taking her BA in Psychology. Originally from Calgary, she went to Centennial High School and played for numerous clubs such as Junior MRU Cougars, Canuck, and SAVC. She has been playing club since U13 and has a passion for coaching the next generation.
Megan is a full time student competing her Bachelor’s of Science Degree. She has played volleyball for the King’s University and Olds College in outside hitter position. She is passionate about physical fitness and elevating players to their fullest potential.
Connor grew up playing volleyball in the Edmonton area. He played for a variety of clubs in Edmonton which helped land him a spot on the Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder in the ACAC. He played middle and right side with the Thunder for 5 years earning the role of captain in his last season. While playing volleyball at Concordia, Connor was able to obtain both a Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Bachelor of Education Degree. He has been coaching volleyball in the Edmonton area for the past 7 years. Connor started his coaching journey with the Northern Alberta Volleyball Club working with age u13 – u16 and is now currently coaching with the Nooks Volleyball Club. Connor is excited to be back with Intensity Volleyball and can not wait to share his passion for the game and help develop the athletes of tomorrow!
Shandelle is excited to back coaching with Intensity Volleyball Training. She has numerous years of combined playing and coaching experience. Shandelle was recruited out of high school to play volleyball for the Concordia University Thunder in the ACAC where she completed all her five years of eligibility and earned the role of team captain. She was also named Athlete of the Week and received a CCAA National Scholar Award. Simultaneously, Shandelle completed two degrees, a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology and a Bachelor of Education. She is now teaching Junior High at Thelma Chalifoux School. Shandelle has coached both school and club volleyball with ages ranging from 12-18. Most notably Shandelle coached the ABJ Scots senior girls volleyball squad in an undefeated, banner-winning season. She followed up by coaching in the Big Kahuna high school all-star game Many of Shandelle’s young athletes have gone on to play post-secondary volleyball with top University and ACAC teams, as well as representing Canada on the Junior National and Youth National teams, with many more selected to Team Alberta in past years. She is looking forward to developing athletes’ fundamental skills and mental toughness this summer.
Hi! My name is Kinna Fisher and I am currently a grade 12 student at Strathcona High School. I am a setter who has been playing volleyball for the past 7 years with the Pandas Volleyball Club, and the past 3 years with Scona’s Senior Women’s Team. I spent the summer of 2018 and 2019 training with Team Alberta and I competed at Canada Cup at both the U15 and U16 levels. I was also selected to represent Alberta at the Canada Western Summer Games in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where we placed second. I have recently signed with the University of the Fraser Valley Women’s Varsity Team, and I’m really excited to be able to continue my volleyball journey at the U-Sports level! I have an incredible love for the game and really want to be able to pass it on to younger athletes!