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Matt and Alykhan are the most encouraging and supportive coaches I’ve ever had the privilege of playing for. They cared for me not only as one of their players, but about me as an individual. Always helping me with whatever issue I was having that day or week, they taught me how to gain confidence in myself on and off the court.. They taught me how to work on my mental game, improve my physical skills, and become a smarter player. These two coaches are so passionate and love the sport of volleyball. They love being able to mentor each athlete. Matt and Alykhan were able to make practices fun while making us work hard. They created an environment that I was able to look forward to every week. I still keep in touch with them today and they continue to check in with me.

Natalie Laser

Playing for Natalie and Maddy was such a privilege. They helped build me as a player but also as an individual. They are coaches filled with integrity, positivity, and enthusiasm. These two were not only supportive but they were organized, punctual, and clear communicators. They helped foster the relationships of all the girls, through all the fun team bonding activities that they would go out of their way to plan. I always appreciated how passionate they were in every aspect of their coaching. They ran practices that I was always excited to attend, as they were constantly finding new and interesting drills that increased my knowledge and skills immensely.

Chantel Laser

I cannot explain the amount of fun I’ve had playing for these coaches. Matt and Alykhan love the sport themselves. They helped me as an athlete become better and love this game more than I already did. They push their athletes hard, but make it fun along the way. These two coaches are the best I’ve ever had because they care about you as an athlete and an individual. If you get down, they’re right there to boost you back up again. Throughout the seasons I played for them, they helped me develop my mental and physical game and I could not be more grateful. I feel so privileged to have played for Matt and Alykhan.

Quinn Thompson

Playing volleyball for the Wolves has helped me achieve my dream of being a post-secondary athlete. The Wolves provided a safe and positive environment, where I was encouraged to take risks, make mistakes, and feel supported. It allowed me to become a better athlete, and a better person. Without the support of my Wolves coaches and teammates, I would not be playing sports today.

The culture of the club is what initially stood out when I was trying out; all of their athletes were welcoming and friendly. This was reinforced each year, as I was always surrounded by great people. The coaches go beyond teaching skills and basics, they teach the strategy of how to read the game, as well as how to improve the mental aspects of play. Volleyball is such a psychologically demanding sport where it can be easy to dwell on mistakes or negative outcomes. The Wolves helped me improve my mental toughness and provided the skills, confidence, and courage to thrive under pressure.

Cassidy Black

I’ll be honest, being coached by Alykhan & Matt helped me reach my potential as a player. They are intentional, impactful, and have incredible integrity in their positions. Within the first three months of playing for them, I had grown exponentially in my skill and ultimately in my confidence as well. I have a high challenge-drive, and they were always ready to direct my focus on what I could work on next. They push their players to see them succeed and thrive in their individual strengths, knowing what each athlete brings to the court. The best part is, they have fun through training! There are not too many practices I can remember that did not have a little bit of humour involved, if not a lot! I am forever grateful for the influence they have both had in my journey as an athlete.

Chloe Pilon