Volleyball BC is proud to announce the Team BC Indoor and Beach program head coaches for 2021 Canada Summer Games in Niagara, Ontario.

“We were very excited to see several strong applicants put their name forward for the Canada Games Coaching positions, and we’re grateful to see our coaching community committed to High Performance Athlete development in the province.” says Jay Tremonti, Volleyball BC Technical Director.

“The coaches selected have a diverse range of experiences and knowledge that will serve to impact the development of the whole athlete. The Canada Summer Games is the pinnacle of the Team BC pathway, and we’re confident the coaches involved will help create a meaningful experience. It’s an exciting time for Volleyball in BC, and we’re looking forward to start working with these coaches on the road to Niagara 2021.”

Indoor Male Canada Summer Games Head Coach – Charles Parkinson

  • 2008 – present – Camosun College Men’s Volleyball Head Coach – 6 x Provincial Champion, 1x CCAA Champion
  • 2010 – Team BC 18U/19U Head Coach
  • Volleyball Canada & Volleyball BC Hall of Fame Inductee
  • Former National Team Captain
  • NCCP Level 4 Certification
  • National Coaching Institute – Advanced Coaching Diploma, ChPC Designation
  • UBC Master’s Degree – High Performance Coaching and Technical Leadership
  • U of M Bachelor of Physical Education

What does it mean to you to be selected as the lead coach for the Canada Games?

“I have had the great fortune to be involved in the Canada Games in a number of different capacities over the years from Chef de Mission to Canada Games Council Board Member to parent of a member of Team BC Men’s Volleyball at the Games. Coaching in this event, however, is one of the things I have always wanted to do but the timing was never quite right, so to have the opportunity to lead Team BC into the 2021 Niagara Games is both a thrill and a privilege. We have terrific young talent and amazing coaches in this province and working with Volleyball BC I’m really excited to be part of unfolding a Canada Games program that will be an instrumental step along their pathway to excellence. I want to invite all British Columbia athletes born in 2003 to join us in the journey and embrace this opportunity. As the slogan says, the 2021 Niagara Canada Games are ‘Once, and for All’.

Indoor Female Canada Summer Games Head Coach – Ryan Adams

  • 2014-19 Regional Excellence Program Lead Coach
  • 2014-17 Youth National Team Head Coach
  • 2017-19 Team BC Training Lead Coach, Mentor Coach
  • 2013-17 UBC Women’s Associate Coach
  • 2009-13 TWU Men’s Head Assistant Coach
  • NCCP Advance Development Coach

What does it mean to you to be selected as the lead coach for the Canada Games?

“I am extremely honored and excited to represent our amazing province at the next Canada Games.   I want to thank Volleyball B.C for the opportunity and for being such a great organization to work with and for.  I also want to thank Ryan Hofer, Ben Josephson, Doug Reimer, James Sneddon Dawna Sales for the countless coaching opportunities and years of support. I love our volleyball community in B.C. and to have the opportunity to represent all of the hard-working coaches and club directors who put in tireless hours into our great sport, is extremely humbling.   I look forward to working with Volleyball B.C. and our great volleyball community to provide our players with a memorable and meaningful experience as we shoot for Gold at the 2021 CSG.”

Beach Male Canada Summer Games Head Coach – Dave Dooley

  • 2018-19 Capilano Men’s Volleyball Head Coach
  • 2015-19 Seaside Volleyball Club 18U Head Coach
  • 2017-19 Team BC 16-18U Beach Head Coach
  • 2016-18 UFV Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach
  • University of Victoria Bachelor of Education

What does it mean to you to be selected as the lead coach for the Canada Games?

“The opportunity to lead Team BC Beach men’s program at the Canada Games as we look to defend our championship from 4 years ago is an incredible privilege.  Having been a part of Team BC for a number of years, I look forward to continuing to build the culture and values within our program, staff, and athletes on the beach side of the game, and am very excited to help develop the program further, building towards our ultimate goal of winning a gold medal in Niagara.”

Beach Female Canada Summer Games Head Coach – Maverick Hatch

  • 2018-19 Team BC Beach  Canada Cup Coach
  • 2018 BCO Girls Head Coach
  • 2017-2010 Volleyball BC and Ontario Indoor Club & Beach Coach
  • 2009-2017 Team Canada Beach Volleyball Athlete
  • 2009 Team BC Beach Canada Summer Games  Athlete


What does it mean to you to be selected as the lead coach for the Canada Games?

“In 2009 I represented Team BC Beach at the CSG, it was the most meaningful competition I’d ever participated in to that point in my career. Fast forward 12 years, the chance to return as a coach provides an immense amount of joy for me. BC has some of the best athletes in Canada and I’m extremely excited for the opportunity for a chance to work with them and share the goal of bringing home a 2021 CGS gold medal. Drawing on my first hand experience at CSG, and FIVB World Tour, there’s no doubt our athletes will be extremely well prepared and ready to perform their best. Most of all, this opportunity means the start of a long road towards achieving the biggest goal of my beach volleyball career – giving back to the sport that’s given me so much, giving back to the youth who will be the future of this sport for Canada, and building sustained success for BC on the National stage. Thank you to VBC for selecting me to lead the Women’s program, and I strongly encourage all eligible female athletes to attend our identification camps in 2020 & 2021. Let’s bring home a gold medal!”