After a record breaking year of competition in the OVA. EVP Eagles has once again decided to expand.
With a few more stellar coaches entering the club this year, EVP will be fielding 12 rep teams.
We are proud to announce, the return of our boy’s program. After a successful year on our boy’s
volleyball side, EVP will have 4 teams of 13u – 16u this year competing in the OVA. The coaching staff for
the boys team will be announced closer towards the end of the beach season, but we are very excited
for our new coaches and ready to welcome them to the program.
“Our boys program was something we were not ready to do right away when we started this club. But
with the growth of youth volleyball, and the success of our National Men’s teams, more and more boys
are interested and ready to take their skills to the court. Last year we saw our numbers double, so this
year we are looking to build off of that success, as well as introduce our former development league
players to the 13u program and get them started on their club career.” – EVP President Matt Green.
As for our girls, who are looking to continue to succeed and strive towards podium finishes, EVP is
offering teams from ages 13u-18u. Last year the girls won medals at the 13u, 14u as well as the 18u
divisions, proving that not only is the youth movement succeeding, but our veteran players are leading
the charge and continuing to be the success story of EVP. Building off of a gold medal win from the
previous year, the 14u team continued their string of success to win a bronze medal this year after a
heartbreaking semi-finals. Meanwhile, our 13u team last year, with Head Coach Geoff Maw, was able to
show their dominance on the court and win a back to back provincial gold medal for the club in the 13u
“Our girls worked very hard from the beginning to the end of the season. Their competitive mentality
wasn’t something that I could push upon them, but something they all showed up and pushed upon
each other. Most of the girls on our 13u teams come straight from our house league, or developmental
programs, where they are already familiar with many of our coaching staff. They’re already comfortable
with coaches and each other and understand many core fundamentals heading into the season. This let
us work on our competitive edge and the finer aspects of the game.” – Head Coach Geoff Maw.
Upcoming tryouts begin September 11th 2017, register now to mark the date in your calendar!