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  • Athletes

    Tristan Zarifa,
    Andrew Hutchins,
    Zach Mayer,
    Ryan Cole,
    Brett Jenkins,
    Davis McMillan,
    Michael Orrett,
    Aidan Lynch,
    Jackson Gougean,
    Ethan Maddigan,
    Zachary Milton,
    Ben Algar

  • Coaches

    Rosser, Winston : Boys 17U Black Head Coach

    Rosser, Winston

    Boys 17U Black Head Coach

    Winston is a Whitby native who played for Durham Attack for seven seasons before going on to have a decorated varsity career at the University of Guelph. He is a Durham Attack Club Award recipient, a 5-time OUA All-Star, a 2-time CIS All-Canadian, and a 2010 OUA Silver Medalist. After graduating from the University of Guelph, he played professionally in Finland. He has coached with Durham Attack for the past five seasons. He is driven to apply his knowledge of the game and many years experience in volleyball and athletics to help young athletes develop and refine their skills.

     

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    Tan, Tim : Boys 17U Black Assistant Coach

    Tan, Tim

    Boys 17U Black Assistant Coach

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    Rosser, Evan : Boys 17U Black Assistant Coach

    Rosser, Evan

    Boys 17U Black Assistant Coach

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    Arceneaux, Clyde : Boys 17U Black Assistant Coach

    Arceneaux, Clyde

    Boys 17U Black Assistant Coach

    Clyde returns to Durham Attack Volleyball this year for a fifth season. Along with volleyball, he has been involved in various other youth sports including coaching soccer, hockey, gymnastics, and other sports as help has been needed over the years.

    Clyde is a fully Level 2 certified coach and is currently working on completing his Level 3. Also, Clyde is a Provincial level certified referee, and has completed NCCP training in Rugby, Wrestling, and Gymnastics.

    Clyde strongly believes that a strong work ethic will make an even stronger volleyball player.

    Email: clyce.arceneaux@durhamattack.ca
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    Latest news from the team!

    • 12APR

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      DA17U Black Repeat as 4-time Ontario Provincial Champions!

      Over the weekend, our Durham Attack 17U Black team competed at the 2017 Ontario Provincial Championships. All the top teams from around the province travelled to Waterloo to participate in this 3-day tournament. The theme for this event was ‘parity’. In any given match, each of top 6-8 teams had a viable chance of winning.

    • 09APR

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      DA 17U Boys Win Fourth Straight Provincials

      A huge shout out to Mike Slean, Nikos Chalaris, Ian Eibbitt and our 17U boys who won their 4th straight Ontario Championships this afternoon!!!  It seems that these accomplishments always come down to the wire, and this season it was a 15-13 fifth set win over Pakmen Gold in the semis.  Congrats too to Pakmen whose 17U

    • 30DEC

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      Durham Attack 17U Boys Black – Opening Season Recap

      Hope everyone had a great Christmas weekend! After a couple of months of pre-season training and exhibition matches, our official OVA season started at the beginning of December. Our Durham Attack 17U Black team are the defending 3-time Ontario Provincial and 2-time Canada National champions. Team goals were set high again for this season. Fortunately,

    • 05JUN

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      17U boys Black Canadian Nationals

      May 8 – 11, 2014 It was an unusually beautiful spring weekend in Edmonton, making for trouble-free travels for all contestants, whether travelling across town or across the country to attend the 2014 U17 Boys’ Canadian National Championships. The Durham Attack 17U boys, having so recently experienced a not-so-satisfying Provincials outing, were excited for this

    • 01MAY

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      17U Boy’s Provincial Championships

      Post Provincial Championships April 24-27,2014 While the end of the Provincial Championships didn’t play out as everyone would have liked, the Durham Attack 17U boys have quite the season of both highs and lows to reflect upon. Bringing home division 2 gold from not one but two American tournaments, along with their medals from our

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