Shedrick has played at all levels of volleyball, from strong divisional high school, club volleyball, four years as a varsity all-star at Warner University and at the national and international level with team Bahamas. Shedrick has played at several regional and international level competitions including Caribbean Volleyball Championships, NORCECA championship qualifiers, world championship qualifiers, Pan American cup championships and Pan American Games competition.
Fernando currently holds a level 2 NCCP certification. In over 18 years, Fernando has coached hundreds of athletes ranging in ages from as young 8 years old in multiple sports.
His coaching experience has lead him to understand the importance of the meaning “working on your craft” through dedication to strength and conditioning, nutrition and consistently developing strong fundamentals to be the best athlete possible. He believes that all athletes should incorporate these into their sport(s) and lives.
Fernando was one of the assistant coaches to Ontario’s Region 4 U14 boys volleyball team that participated at the Ontario summer games in London in 2018.
He has focused his time during the summer on coaching a small group of young athletes in developing their strength and conditioning as well as explosiveness and vertical for this up coming indoor season.
He is a strong believer of developing not only the body, but also the mind, therefore, he also focuses on developing mental toughness with his athletes.
Ambar started playing volleyball when she was in the 5th grade. It’s now been 11 years and she’s still just as in love with the sport as when she first started playing, if not more. She’s on multiple occasions had the same responsibility of being Captain on her school team every for multiple years as well as her club team. In High school competition Ambar has been honoured three times with the girls volleyball MVP. In club competitive volleyball, She’s won 13 OVA medals, and a National silver medal. As a coach Ambar had coached her first team to a silver medal at Provincial Championships. She’s a firm believer in helping her athletes improve in all aspects of life on and off the court. For Ambar. volleyball is “my favourite thing in the world and I just wanna be able to help the younger generations of athletes develop that same love for this sport that I have.”
Davaska has been coaching volleyball at the rep level for over 3 years and is a certified referee with the OVA. He's achieved a Volleyball Canada national silver medal and multiple OVA medals over his coaching history. He believes strongly in the development of the whole person, both on and off the court. Davaska recognizes sports participation as an avenue to develop strong community and overall life skills that create leaders.