The Kitchener Waterloo Predators Volleyball Club is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose goal is to establish itself as one of the top clubs in the province. The mandate of this Club is to provide athletes with a high-level competitive program. All athletes are encouraged to tryout for one of our teams and become of member of one of the up and coming programs in the province. The club plans to attain its goals by developing players at the youngest ages and launching them through to our club teams.
Our Youth League offers developmental, non-competitive volleyball experiences to both boys and girls in grades 7 through 8. Programs are being planned as we speak, so check our web site regularly for the dates of this program.
The Junior Preds program is a program for both boys and girls in grades 5 and 6. This program is for athletes that have had very little or no volleyball experience. Volleyball basics will be emphasized as we hope to instil a love of the game on these young athletes.
Mini and Pee Wee Preds
The very popular Mini and Pee Wee Preds program is intended for the youngest of athletes, those ranging from 4 to 9 years of age. Volleyball concepts, hand-eye co-ordination skills and fun games will be emphasized for these young campers in an attempt to give each player a postive experience in a fun, non-competitive setting.
The Waterloo County Volleyball Camp has been in existence for 14 years and boasts one of the best coaching staffs of any volleyball camp in the province. Two camps are offered every summer, one for athletes that have very little or no exposure to volleyball and a second camp that is highly competitive and is meant for athletes playing at the club level. For more information on our volleyball camp, click on the Waterloo County Volleyball Camp link on the left side of our web page or go to www.wcvbc.ca.
Russ Woloshyn and Paul Pavan created the Kitchener Waterloo Predators Volleyball Club in July of 2007. After its creation, an executive made up of Russ Woloshyn, Paul Pavan, Laura Brown, Kelvin Hui, and Stephen Green came together and laid the groundwork for our first season. With some of the best coaches in the province guiding our teams, we look forward to a successful start to this new venture. In 2008 Barett Schitka joined the executive to help start the boys program.