Alumni Archive


Durham Attack is proud of its alumni.  We are continually updating
our site, catching up with old friends, introducing you to the players who
helped put Durham Attack on the map, and sharing their recent successes.
the alumni of Durham Attack!

2010 – Mike Bossence
– Durham College

Mike is a
setter for the Durham College team, starting in 2010.  Mike’s awards

  • 2007-2008 St. Mary CSS Sr. Boys Volleyball MVP

  • ·2008-2009 St. Mary CSS Sr. Boys Volleyball MVP

  • 2009-2010 Durham Attack Volleyball Club Award

  • 2010-2011 Durham College Men’s Volleyball Rookie of the Year

2010 – Iulia Cerbu – University of

Iulia will be
playing for Guelph Gryphons starting in September 2010.

2010 – Jen
Cross – University of Michigan

Jen is playing for

University of Michigan Wolverines
starting in
August 2010.
accomplishments include:

  • Member of Ontario
    Provincial and Canadian National Champions – 2008 (17U), and 2009
  • 2009 – Canada Summer
    Games Team

2010 – Kayla Donahue –
Brock University

Kayla will be
playing for Brock Badgers starting in September 2010.
more info soon…

2010 – Ali Goc –
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Ali is playing for UMBC
starting in August 2010.
accomplishments include:

  • Member of Ontario
    Provincial and Canadian National Champions – 2005 (14U East), 2006 (15U East &
    West), 2007 (16U East & West), 2008 (17U), and 2009
  • 2009 – Canada Summer
    Games Team
  • 2007 – Canada
    Prospects team

2010 – Samantha
Guyatt – Brock University

Samantha will be
playing for Brock Badgers starting in September 2010.
more info soon…

2010 – Julia Hamer –
University of Connecticut

Julia will be
playing for

starting in August 2010.
more info soon…

2010 – Alanna
Kirchner – Wilfred Laurier University

Alanna will be
playing for Laurier starting in September 2010.
more info soon…

2010 – Ashley
– Durham College

Ashley is playing
for the Durham College team, starting in 2010.

2010 – Taylor Kuchma –
Brock University

Taylor will be
playing for Brock Badgers starting in September 2010.
more info soon…

2010 – Tess
Palmateer – Brock University

Tess will be playing
for Brock Badgers starting in September 2010.
more info soon…

2010 – Austin Smith –
McMaster University

Austin will be
playing for McMaster Marauders starting in September 2010.
more info soon…

2010 – Dani Vortisch –
Royal Military College

Dani started with RMC in September 2010. In 2010 the
team made it for the first time ever to the playoffs, finishing 4th in the East
and Dani was named to both the OUA East Second Team All Star Team and the All
Rookie Team.  Dani started every game and was named “Player of the Game”  in 9
of her 19 starts.  Dani also finished third overall nationally (CIS) for digs
with 289, 18th in Ontario (OUA) for kills with 144 and l was named as her team’s
MVP for the year. 

2010 – Victoria
Young – Royal Military College

[photo not available]
Victoria will be
playing for RMC starting in September 2010.
more info soon…

2009 – Dianna Craine –
Flagler College

Dianna played
for Tulsa in 2009, and Flagler College in 2010.

2009 – Brandon
Flemmings –
Wilfred Laurier University

Brandon is playing
at Wilfred Laurier starting in September 2009.

2009 –
Rebecca Glancy –
University of New Brunswick

Rebecca is playing for the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds
starting in September 2009.
“We are
so pleased to receive this commitment from Rebecca. In addition to
being recognized several times individually she has won at every
level she has played at. Bringing in people who know how to win is
so beneficial to your program; with her athletic ability, height and
positive attitude, I have no doubt she will develop into a top CIS
middle player who we can build around in years to come.” John
Richard, UNB Women’s Volleyball Head Coach
“After visiting the UNB campus in November, of all the campuses I
visited, I felt the most comfortable and confident with coach
Richard, the girls of the team, and the campus in general. I know
the Reds have a very good volleyball program and reputation. I look
forward to contributing my best to that program.” Rebecca Glancy UNB

accomplishments include:

  • Member of Ontario
    Provincial and Canadian National Champions – 2006 (15U East & West), 2007 (16U
    East & West), 2008 (17U)
    and 2009 (18U)
  • 2008 – Team Ontario
  • 2009 – 18U Team Leadership
  • 2009 – Team Ontario

2009 – Matt Isaacs –
Humber College

Matt is playing at
Humber College starting in September 2009.

2009 – Ali
Loynachan – University of Maryland Baltimore County

Ali is playing for
the UMBC Retrievers starting in August
“Ali is
a very athletic young woman and brings a high level of experience to
our team,” said Blanchard. “In her province, she’s been playing
above her age level for the past four years, which speaks volumes
about how solid of a volleyball player she is. She is very strong
all-around. She can set, she can hit and she swing from the left
side and the right side. In addition, she’s a really enthusiastic,
high-energy athlete and I think she’s going to compliment our
program really well.”

UMBC news
accomplishments include:

  • Member of Ontario
    Provincial and Canadian National Champions – 2006 (15U East & West), 2007 (16U
    East & West), and 2009
  • 2007 – Team Ontario
  • 2008 – OFSAA AAAA
  • 2008 – Team Ontario
  • 2008 – Invited to
    play on Canada Prospects team
  • 2009 – 18U Award of

2009 – Jordyn Moloney –
Queens University

Jordyn played
for William & Mary for
2009, and Queens University starting in 2010. 

“Jordyn is extremely agile and has a knack for making great choices
with her sets,” said Coach Shelton. “She is intensely competitive and is
not afraid to push everyone on her teams to achieve more than they
thought possible. A proven winner, we are looking forward to adding Jordyn to our program for four seasons.”
accomplishments include:

  • Member of Ontario
    Provincial and Canadian National Champions – 2005 (14U East), 2006 (15U East &
    West), 2007 (16U East & West), 2008 (17U), and 2009
  • 2007 – Canada
    Prospects team

2009 – Harry Shannon
– Ryerson University

Harry is playing for
Ryerson starting in September 2009.

2009 – Jeff Silver
– Durham College

Jeff is playing
Libero for the Durham College team.

2009 –
Lauren Skelly –
McMaster University

Lauren is playing
for McMaster Marauders starting in September 2009.  

McMaster head coach, Tim Louks comments “Her
fundamentals are solid. Of particular interest to me is her blocking
action and her defending skills … defensive digging, and what not.
Both of these elements will make us better and certainly more
accountable defensively almost immediately. As she gets physically
stronger, her attacking pieces are going to get really good.
She has a tremendous excitement for the game right now because she
isn’t really a lifelong volleyball player. She’s been involved in
other things.  I have had a chance to evaluate and determine
Lauren’s fit into our program over the last three years. I think she
makes situations and teams that she competes with better with her
support, energy and determination.  She has a very heavy armswing and can
control attacking with a variety of shots. She will be fun to watch”.

accomplishments include:

  • Member of Ontario
    Provincial and Canadian National Champions – 2007 (16U East & West), 2008 (17U) and 2009
  • 2008 – OFSAA AAAA
  • 2008/2009 – Team Ontario
    17U and Team Ontario 18U
  • 2009 – Quest for
  • 2009 – Durham Attack
    Club Award
  • 2009 – Sinclair
    Secondary School ‘Face of the Future’

2008 – Erinn Bickle –
University of Guelph / University of Dayton

Erinn played at the University of Dayton
in 2008

and has returned to
play at the University of Guelph for 2009

“Bickle, a
6-3 middle blocker from Whitby, Ontario, was selected to join the
Canadian Junior National Development program last summer.  She
has been reported to have the ability to touch 9-11 by  Bickle also led her club team, Durham
Attack, to the Bronze Medal at the 18U National Tournament last
season. “Erinn has the potential to be an outstanding player in our
program,” Horsmon said. “She jumps extremely well touching almost 10
feet and is a solid attacker out of the middle. We look forward to
getting Erinn here and really refining her skills. Erinn is a great
fit here and will give us great depth in the middle.”

2008 –
Megan Canavan
– University of Guelph

Megan is
playing for the University of Guelph Gryphons. 


2008 –
Kayla Gerrits
– Nipissing University

Gerrits is playing at Nipissing University in the OCAA.  

“Gerrits a 5’8” right side/left side player that brings a wealth of
volleyball experience to the team.  Gerrits played for the Durham
Attack Volleyball Club based out of Oshawa attending both the 18U
provincials and National championships last season.  She is a two
time AAAA OFSAA gold medalist, a LOSSA champion and was named athlete
of the year in 2006-2007 while captaining three different sport teams
at Anderson Collegiate and Vocational Institute in Whitby, ON.”

2008 – Mike Goulding
– Durham College

Mike started playing
at Durham College in 2007. 

2008 –
Libby Johnston
– Mohawk College

is playing for Mohawk College, starting in September 2008. 

Congratulations to Libby for being named to the OCAA 2009 First
All-Star Team!


2008 –
Brooke Lloyd
– University of Guelph

is playing for the University of Guelph Gryphons. 


Congratulations to Brooke for being named to the OUA 2009 All-Rookie


2008 –
Shannon McRobert
– McMaster University

is playing for McMaster Marauders.  The Marauders
won the women’s OUA championship in 2007-2008 and finished second in both 2008-2009
and 2006-2007.    

is a middle blocker for the Durham Attack Volleyball Club team that
earned a bronze medal in the 2007/2008 Ontario Volleyball 18-U, Tier 1
Championship. In 2006/2007, McRobert captured a Ontario Volleyball
18-U, Tier 1 Gold medal as a member of the Durham Region Volleyball
Club. Shannon also collected two gold medals at Ontario Federation of
School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) AAAA Championships 2006 & 2007) a
a member of Anderson C.V.I.  McMaster Head Coach, Tim Louks
commented that he is “very excited that Shannon has chosen to pursue
post-secondary education studying Medical Radiation Science here at
McMaster.  Shannon will bring enthusiasm and experience to a
strong middle group”.

Congratulations to Shannon for being named to the OUA 2009
All-Rookie Team!

2008 –
Kaitlyn Ognibene
– University of Western Ontario

Kaitlyn is
playing for the University of Western Ontario Mustangs. 


2008 – Shayne Petrusma
– McMaster University

is playing for McMaster Marauders. The Marauders
won the men’s OUA championship in 2007-2008 and again in 2008-2009 when they
finished 4th in the CIS.  

Petrusma is a 6’5” outside hitter from Durham Christian Secondary
School and plays for the Durham Attack volleyball club. He was a
member of the Ontario High Performance Centre in 2007. Petrusma will
enroll in the McMaster Kinesiology program. McMaster Head Coach, Dave
Preston had this to say about Petrusma “Shayne is a perfect fit in the
McMaster Men’s volleyball program. We are very pleased with Shayne’s
choice to attend McMaster. Shayne is coming with a full package. He is
strong academically, possesses excellent skills and strong work ethic
all encompassed by a team first attitude. He has had tremendous
coaching through his development and his volleyball fundamentals will
allow him to help the team in variety of ways. Shayne also brings with
him a champions mind that knows what it takes to succeed.”

Congratulations to Shayne for being named to the OUA 2009
All-Rookie Team!

2008 –
Winston Rosser – University of Guelph

is playing for the University of Guelph Gryphons. 

“The first
commitment of the year was Winston Rosser, a 6’6” outside hitter from
Donald A. Wilson S.S. and the Durham Attack Volleyball Club. Coming
from a respected club program, this Brooklin, Ont. native is a
three-time OVA All-Star, East National All-Star and has received the
OVA Award of Excellence, Durham Attack leadership award, Durham Attack
award of excellence and Durham Attack club award. At the Canadian
National Club Championships, Rosser was rated as a top four hitter in
the country. Rosser will major in Psychology. “Winston possesses skill
that will make him a successful volleyball player for years to come.
Expect this future OUA star to push for a lot of playing time this
year,” commented coach Calvin Wigston.”

Congratulations to Winston for being named to the OUA 2009
All-Rookie Team!

2008 –
Remy Samanski – University of Windsor

Remy is
playing for the University of Windsor Lancers. 


2008 – Jeff
Toraville – Durham College

Jeff started playing
at Durham College in 2007. 

2008 –
Kendra Trodd
– Humber College

is playing for Humber College. 

Congratulations to Kendra who helped Humber win the OCAA championship
in March 2009.

2008 – Rachel Vukson –
University of Central Florida (previously University of Tulsa)

is playing for the University of Central Florida. 

When Rachel was
selected by Tulsa: “A native
of Oakville, Ontario, Vukson becomes the first Canadian to be a member
of the Golden Hurricane volleyball program. She was a member of the
Ontario provincial team as well as being a two-time national team
member.  Her teams have won five straight medals at both the provincial
and national championships.  Vukson is in her final year at St.
Ignatius of Loyola High School in Oakville. “Rachel is a gifted
athlete that brings great size to the setting position,” added Allen.
“She is an extremely versatile player who has the ability to bang the
ball as well. Considered by many to be one of the top setters in
Canada, Rachel is expected to immediately impact the program.”
Rachel was
named Conference USA setter of the week in October 2008.


2008 – Mark Waldon –
Humber College

Mark is playing for
Humber College, who in 2012 won their third straight OCAA Championship and the
Canadian CCAA Championship. 


2007 – Matt Gibson –
University of Western Ontario

Matt joined the
University of Western Ontario squad in 2007. 

2007 – Mike Goulding,
Durham College

Mike started playing
at Durham College in 2007. 

2007 – Meghan
Melissis – Brock University

played libero for Brock University. 

2007 – Hayley Todd –
Syracuse University

Hayley is
playing for Syracuse University. 

You can follow


2007 – Jeff
Torraville, Durham College

Jeff started playing
at Durham College in 2007. 

2007 – Jeff Silver –
Durham College
Jeff started playing
for Durham College in 2007. 

2007 – Matt Melissis
– Durham College

Matt played for
Durham College from 2003 – 2005.

2006 – Patrick
Johnston –
University of Western Ontario

started at Thompson Rivers University in BC and played with the
Wolfpack for one season, before transferring to Western where he was
the Assistant Coach in 2007 and starting Libero in 2008.

2006 –
Landis Doyle –
Humber College

click to enlarge

Landis is
completing the Bachelor of Industrial Design program at Humber
College and making a big impact as a middle blocker on the Humber
team.   Landis was the team’s 2006-2007 Rookie of the Year and
was honoured as Freshman Athlete of the Year for all of Humber sports.
She was Humber’s MVP for 2007, was named to the OCAA All-Star Team,
and led the Hawks to the OCAA championship and a 5th place CCAA

She was selected in November 2007 as the CCAA female athlete of the
month and OCAA athlete of the week, breaking an OCAA record with 13
serving aces in a single match.  “A second year Industrial
Design student, Landis Doyle has lead the Humber College Hawks to
the number one spot in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA).
As the Hawks’ leading scorer, Landis has been a major factor in the
team’s success. In addition to being finalists at the Ryerson and
Sheridan Invitational tournaments, Doyle lead the Hawks to a gold
medal on their home turf of the Humber Cup during which she was
named Most Valuable Player.”
past two summers 2007 & 2008 Landis was selected for Beach Team

October 2008 Landis was awarded the Lesley Westervelt Memorial Award
given to a “hardworking, coachable” varsity athlete.   Again
in November 2008 she was selected as

CAA Athlete of the Month. 

In March 2009 Landis led
Humber College to an OCAA championship.  Landis was
named OCAA player of the year and was an all-Canadian selection.


2006 – Amber-Lee
Campbell – York University

Amber has
started at York in Fall 2006 where she will be in the familiar
position of setter, quarterbacking York’s offense. 
info on the team is


2006 – Kaila Janssen –
McMaster University

university in September 2006, Kaila was a freshman outside hitter for
Florida Atlantic University.  After the first season Kaila
decided to return to Canada to attend McMaster University, and was a
key player in the Marauders’ recent OUA championship.


Congratulations to Kaila for being named to the OUA All-Star Team in

2006 – Michael Johnson –
University of New Brunswick



played for many
years with Durham Attack and as Libero was a team leader on the court,
helping drive the team to Provincial and National medals.  He was
assistant coach of the 14U and 15U Red Hawks that medaled at Nationals
East and was instrumental in their success.

UNB’s coach says “Leading the
recruiting class is Whitby, ON native, Mike Johnson…. the top freshman libero recruit in the country.  He has
the skill, experience, and leadership abilities that will allow him to
come in and make an immediate impact in our league and our program.
Johnson… has been highly recruited by Manitoba, Dalhousie, and
several OUAA universities, before deciding on UNB.”
As the
libero for

the University of New Brunswick
Mike has been:

  • AUS Rookie of the

  • UNB Rookie of the year for Volleyball

  • UNB Male Rookie of the year for the University

  • Selected to CIS All Rookie Team (only one other AUS player has been
    named to the team – 1994/95)

team site…


2006 – Annabelle Pellerin –
Syracuse University

helping our Attack 18U team win 18U and 20U Ontario championships in
2006, Annabelle is off to university.  Annabelle is a freshman
outside hitter at Syracuse University in Fall 2006. 

 You can follow
her team


2005 –
Mathew Brooks – University of Regina

After six years of Durham Attack volleyball, Mathew is heading
off to compete in the Canadian Western Inter-University League.
Mathew is attending the University of Regina on a scholarship to play
volleyball and study kinesiology. 

news release…
Some of Mathew’s recent
volleyball accomplishments include:

  • 2005 All Star at 18U Canadian Championships

  • 2005 MVP – Anderson CVI varsity volleyball team

  • 2005 Athlete of the Year – Anderson CVI

  • 2005 All Star award at Anderson Invitational, Durham College
    Invitational, Scarborough Invitational, Windsor Invitational

During Mathew’s years as a Durham Attack player he accumulated a
Bronze, Silver and Gold medal at three different National
Championships.  He also received the OVA Award of Excellence
Matt sends his most sincere thanks to his elementary school coaches,
his high school coaches and to all the club coaches who have helped
him with the game of volleyball.


2004 – Chris Graham –
University of Western Ontario

Chris starting
playing volleyball at the age of 10 in Grade 4 at Meadowcrest P.S.
After 9 years of school ball, 7 years with Durham Attack, Chris is
starting his 3rd year as the Libero for the University of Western
Ontario, where he is studying Kinesiology.  

team site…
Chris’s accomplishments include:

  • 2004 – to present UWO Volleyball Team

  • 2004 – All Star Award Nationals Moncton (5th place)

  • 2003 – Team Ontario Libero

  • 2003 – DAVC Achievement of Excellence Award

  • 2002 – All Star Award Nationals Calgary – Silver

  • 2002 – DAVC Achievement of Excellence Award

  • 2001 – DAVC Team Leadership Award
  • Sinclair SS Volleyball – 3 consecutive years of LOSSA Golds


Chris plans on doing graduate studies in Australia for teaching and
hopes to continue on with volleyball as a coach in future years.  He
credits the coaches of Durham region for providing excellent coaching,
to allow himself and so many other DA alumni to continue on in
University volleyball.  Thank you!  Give yourselves a well deserved pat
on the back!

2004 – Lindsey Johnson –
Lakehead University

Lindsey played for four
years with the Durham Attack Volleyball Club.  She was offered a
scholarship at D’Ouville College in Buffalo and a starting setter
position at the University of PEI.  Lindsey declined both offers to
play for Lakehead University in Thunder Bay. 

team site…

Lindsey is back at the libero position this year after a year as their
starting setter.
accomplishments to date include:

  • 2007 – selected as

    Lakehead’s choice
    to attend the OUA
    Women of Influence Luncheon

  • 2007 – starting setter for Lakehead

  • Recipient of Lakehead Thunderwolves Coaches Award for
    both 2005-2006 and 2006-2007

  • 2005-2006 – Highest digs per game in Canada as Libero for
    Lakehead Thunderwolves

  • 2004 – All Star Setter Award at the Ontario Summer Games
  • 2002 – DAVC Award of
  • 2002 – OVA Award of
  • 2001 – DAVC Award of

Lindsey has fond memories of her four years with Durham Attack that
provided her with the framework to develop into the player she is
today.  She was captain in her second year with the club, and led
her team to a Silver medal at the tier two provincial championships.
Last year at the Ontario Summer Games, Lindsey was the starting setter
and led her team to a Gold medal finish.

Lindsey credits her love of the
game to her first club coach, Janet Cairns, and sends thanks to all
the coaches that have touched her volleyball life.


2004 – Jeff McIntosh
– Fanshawe College

Jeff played for
Fanshawe from 2004 – 2007.

2004 – Kim Todd – Marquette

Kim plays for Marquette University Golden Eagles. 

player bio…

Kim had a smashing
first collegiate season in 2004, earning a spot on the Conference USA
All-Freshman Team. She also was named Conference USA
Player-of-the-Week during the season and was an All-Tournament
selection at the Marquette Challenge to open the season. She had 18
matches with double figures in kills, one double-double on the season
with 10 kills and 10 digs, and a career best with 24 kills against USF.

In 2005-2006 Kim was
named BIG EAST Player of the Week for the week of October 31 –
with arguably her best performance in back-to-back games. She
registered 22 kills, 13 digs and nine blocks in a win over Wildcats.
She followed that with her sixth double double of the season nailing
17 kills, and adding 14 digs in the sweep of the Scarlet Knights.

following week

Kim earned her second
consecutive BIG EAST Player of the Week honor.  She posted an
astounding 35 kills, setting a school record for individual kills in a
match, while hitting .520 in Marquette’s 3-2 decision over Seton Hall.



Recently, Kim was named to the Canadian Senior Womens’ team as a Right
Side Hitter.

2004 – Kelly Verboom – Northern
Arizona University

Kelly is in her second year at Northern Arizona University, where in
2004 she was the only freshman to play in all 26 matches. 

chose to attend Northern Arizona University because I enjoyed the
volleyball program, the location of the school, the academics, and the
competition within the Big Sky Conference.

I am currently a Community Health major.  Here at NAU, we
practice every weekday for three hours and we lift every other day in
the weight room during the season.  We compete every weekend, and
since our conference covers mainly the western states, we fly to all
of our matches.”


  • 2002 Midget East All-Star

  • 2002 Midget West MVP

  • 2001 James Worral Athlete Development Award recipient

  • 2004 Pine Ridge Athlete of the Year:
    MVP volleyballMIP swimming

  • 2005 Canada Games Gold medalist, starting setter

2003 – Dave Crabbe –
Durham College
Dave played for
Durham College from 2003 – 2006.

2003 – Sarah Masterton-
McMaster University

Sarah  (always  #11)
spent four years as a member of the Durham Attack Volleyball Club.
She played at the middle position for Andrew Postma, Chris Williams,
Janet Cairns and Hoi Leung.  She represented Durham Attack on
Regional teams and at the elite camps.   

In her last year at
Pineridge High School Sarah was named the MVP of her High
School Volleyball team and was Female Athlete of the Year. 

Recruited by Tim Louks
to come to McMaster University, Sarah has been a starting middle for
McMaster since her rookie year where she was designated Rookie of the
Year on the Mac team. 

team site…

In each of the past two
years at Mac Sarah has played in over 65 matches and been in the top 5
university players in Canada in her Blocking percentage. 

2007-2008 Sarah was a key player in McMasters OUA championship.



2003 – Matt Melissis
– Durham College

Matt played for
Durham College from 2003 – 2005.

2003 – Cameron Breigh –
McMaster University

attends McMaster University. 
2007-2008 Breigh was a key player in McMasters OUA championship.


2002 – Lindsay Gosse – St.
Francis Xavier University

Lindsay is one of the original
Durham Attack girls, having played in the first two years of our
club.  She has recently finished her fourth year at St. Francis Xavier
University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, where she has been a constant
figure on the volleyball team. 

team site…

In her four years Lindsay has amassed
a number of honours that are proof not only of her volleyball skill
and prowess, but also her commitment to her teammates and the
volleyball community at large.

  • Captain of the Xavier
    volleyball team for the last three years

  • Most valuable player of the
    Xavier volleyball team for the last two years

  • A.U.S. first team All Star

  • A.U.S. Libero for the year

  • 2nd team All Star 2004/2005

  • Dean’s List for 2004/2005

  • Ranked 3rd overall in the CIS
    for “digs”

Lindsay has also returned to the
Durham Attack Girls Volleyball Camp for the last two years, where she
has shared her love of volleyball and her defensive expertise with
many young girls.  It is Lindsay’s goal to attend teacher’s college
and become a high school teacher and coach.


2002 – Karlene Risebrough
Barnes – UOIT

Karlene was an original
member of the Durham Attack volleyball club, playing for six years.
During this time she played in all the Ontario Regional and Summer
Games teams winning several medals, and was a member of the Ontario
Provincial B Team in 2001.

After considering
scholarship opportunities in the United States, she chose to attend
Malaspina University in Nanaimo, BC, where she played Right Side for
the Mariners volleyball team.  Here she won BC Provincial Gold
and National Silver medals.  Karlene was an honours student
studying Physical Education at Mal and obtained her Level 1 Volleyball
Coaching Certification.   Karlene is also an active beach
player, medaling in many OVA events.

Karlene recently
received the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award for Community Service,
Leadership, Athletics, and Skill Development from Prince Edward.
has returned to Ontario to complete her schooling at UOIT
where she is starting Right Side for the Lords.

(team site…)
  As a Lord, she
has won a Provincial Bronze Medal in 2004, and this year is working
towards a Sports Management Career. She is one of the OCAA’s offensive leaders. Karlene is working towards continuing to be active
in coaching and playing and eventually hopes to extend her love of the
sport into a career.


2001 – Ryan
McIntosh,  Seneca College
Ryan played fpr
Seneca College for 2001-2002, College of the Rockies for 2002-2003, and Durham
College until 2006.

Lindsay Devine – East
Tennessee State University

Lindsey is Head Coach of the East Tennessee State women’s volleyball

team site…
Durham Attack Lindsey

received Coach of the Year accolades for the 1999-2000 season, when
her team won the Silver medal at the Provincials.  She served as
an assistant coach with the club when Durham won back-to-back National
titles from 1997-1999.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: