Kevin has been coaching volleyball for over 18 years, mainly in the Parkland area; his passion for the game and desire to learn and improve continue to grow each season. He will tell anyone who will listen that volleyball is the most beautiful sport of them all, and the joy of watching athletes and teams evolve, no matter what level they start at, is just amazing. From a philosophical standpoint, Kevin believes that athletes must have fun, learn the basic fundamentals to give them a foundation, and be challenged every day that they step on the court. Once the basics are in place, he expects his athletes to be aggressive in all that they do, while learning to be unafraid of making mistakes, because errors, especially in the early stages of development, are the catalyst for growth and improvement. He currently has his NCCP Development Coach Certification and has the current status of In Training Performance Coach and In Training Advanced Development. Beyond this, he also has a Bachelor of Education degree and continues to regularly attend other conferences/sessions which will enhance his development as a coach. Along with Ravens, Kevin also continues to instruct one on one  day camps and small group skill sessions with Limitless Volleyball,  as well as coach high school volleyball at Memorial Composite High School, where he was voted 2018 Edmonton Metro Division 1 Coach of the Year.


Amanda has been coaching volleyball for the past 15 years within Parkland County. Her coaching philosophy is simple; an athlete's character is more important than their talent. Her goal is to create well-rounded players on the court, as well as in the community and in the classroom. She strives to enhance the volleyball talents of her athletes, while developing their leadership skills, self-discipline and work ethic. Amanda believes that you can have fun while pushing yourself to reach your full potential. She currently has her NCCP Advanced Development Coach Certification (Formerly Level 1) and holds a Bachelor of Education Degree majoring in Physical Education and minoring in Special Education. She is proud to be a part of Limitless Volleyball where she can continue to work within her passion by helping athletes excel in a sport they love.


Mary grew up playing basketball in the Parkland area, including playing high school with the Spruce Grove Panthers. She went on to play for Red Deer College before embarking on her teaching and coaching careers. She has coached basketball for over ten years. She coaches at the junior high level. She also currently coaches with Canada Basketball Academy and she has recently been named as a coach for the 2022-23 U17 girls provincial team. This will be her third stint with Team Alberta.