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Woodstock Warriors start season off Golden!

Woodstock Warriors 14U start the new season right where they left off at the Ontario Championships winning Gold. Warriors went 10-0 for the day but did have close semi finals vs. London's Spiking Sharks (who were tied for 5th in Ontario last year with the highest finish of a SW Ontario team) and Forest City Green (who played up at 14U last year) both sets going 25-23 for the Warriors. 

Playoff Schedules posted!

The only standing that count are the the page called Playoff Standings page!

http://www.woodstockvolleyballclub.com/page/show/2741114-fall-standings-2016

Adult League Playoff results

Nov 23rd A Division quarter finals

Pokeballs defeats Scared Hitless in a 5 set thriller. 25-10, 21-25, 20-25, 25-22, 18-16 to advance to the Semi Finals.

In D4 semi finals Serve-ivors def Civil Spikers 25-21, 22-25, 25-23, 25-20

Golden Eagles def. Setting Ducks 25-18, 25-19, 25-17

Winter Youth House League tentative schedule now posted!

Registration will be opening very soon!

For the first time ever the CIS National Championships to be held at Maple Leaf Gardens!

Ryerson Rams will host the 2017 CIS National University Championships in the iconic Maple Leaf Gardens. The historic facility is fresh of a $100 million renovation in 2012! The National Championships will be over 3 days from Mar 17-19. We are seeing about bulk ticket purchasing for the club. A GREAT trip even for a hockey fan! Part museum part new facility. 

Last years Men's CIS Championships were at McMaster and were sold out at around 2300-2500 loud fans. It was fantastic!

Ryerson Rams take on the defending National Champions U of T at Maple Leaf Gardens on Coca Cola Court. U of T who went 25-0 last year. U of T is on a 30 match undefeated streak!

U of T features indoor Team Canada #3 right side Alina Dorman.

Two of Canada's four Women's beach players from 2016 Olympics in Rio played at U of T., Heather Bansley and Kristina Valjas

Ryerson Rams playing defending National Champions U of T

The match was on Rogers TV Sports pack channel. (just click above) It is a 5 high quality camera feed. So well worth the watch and is an exciting match!

Former Woodstock Warrior Lakehead Athlete of the Month!

http://thunderwolves.ca/athletes/leah-mousseau/

Jenn Hammerton was setter for the Woodstock Warriors 2011 National finalist team.

Jenn also was the setter in the pic on the website right behind Woodstock Volleyball Club logo of Warriors winning Tier II National Gold (9th in Canada)

Congratulations to Jenn! 

Jenn is current OUA leader in assists at 199!!! (assists are given to setters for every kill the hitter gets after one of their sets)

http://oua.ca/sports/wvball/2016-17/players?sort=a&view=&pos=all&r=0

 

Former Woodstock Warrior Mady Timpany plays for 18U Ontario Champion Pakmen Gold!

Former Woodstock Warriors part of the 2011 National East and 2012 Ontario and National finalist Woodstock Warriors 14U team. Mady Timpany currently plays for the 18U Ontario Champion Mississauga Pakmen. The 2016 18U girls Pakmen Gold did not lose a match at this years Ontario Championship. The win was a 2-0 win over the Ontario 17U Champion Aurora Storm in the 18U finals. The game was covered by Ontario Volleyball Webcast!

This was a very sweet win for Mady Timpany to end her OVA career with an 18U Gold! Mady was in the 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18U final. (as a 17U team last year) 

 

http://www.ontariovolleyball.ca/articles/18u-boys-girls-finals-live-stream-links

Pakmen will go into Nationals as the #1 seed in Canada.

Congratulations to the Pakmen 18U Gold!

 

Kuil Schoneveld becomes first former Woodstock Warrior to play in CIS Nationals

Kuil Schoneveld former Woodstock Warrior, plays for the University of Waterloo Warriors who competed as one of the top 8 University Men's teams at Nationals from Mar 10-12 at McMaster. Kuil was part of the LVC National Champions at 17U and also was part of CASS volleyball program. The semi and finals on the last two days were sold out crowds in excess of 2,000 people.

Way to go Kuil!

Officials wanted!

If anyone is looking to get into officiating please let me know. A strong volleyball back ground is a big asset.