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Volleyball Nova Scotia – Halifax, NS — Volleyball Nova Scotia has recruited Megan Conroy of Hantsport to fill the role of Technical Director with the provincial sport organization. Conroy’s mandate will be to foster the growth and development of beach and indoor volleyball, with a focus on coach development.

“We’re thrilled to have Megan on board as our Technical Director. She brings a wealth of experience and I’m confident her knowledge, work ethic and passion for the game will be an incredible asset to volleyball in Nova Scotia for years to come,” says Executive Director Jason Trepanier.

A Level 3 NCCP certified volleyball coach, Conroy has been implementing volleyball programs from grassroots to high performance for nearly 15 years. She’s been a two-time member of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Canada Games coaching staff as an assistant and head coach, an assistant coach with Memorial University’s Women’s Volleyball Team and from 2003 to 2010 Conroy worked as a Program Coordinator with the Newfoundland  and Labrador Volleyball Association.

Conroy says, “I’m very excited to embark upon this new opportunity in a field I am extremely passionate about. This position will allow me the ability to connect with all the different areas of our province to help grow and share ideas within the volleyball and sport community.”

Since moving to Hantsport in 2014, Megan has been involved with coaching a variety of youth teams from 14U and 17U, she was assistant coach with Dalhousie University Women’s Volleyball Team, mentor coach with Avon View High School varsity and junior varsity teams, 14U and 16U Volleyball Nova Scotia Provincial Teams as well as assistant coach with the 2016 National Team Challenge Cup and 2017 Canada Games programs.

“Across North America Volleyball is attracting record numbers of participants throughout the competitive and recreational levels. With this momentum, Volleyball Nova Scotia will be embarking on a number of new and exciting programs to meet the increasing needs of our membership, and bringing Megan on board is an important step,” says Paul Worden, President of Volleyball Nova Scotia.

The technical director position has been made possible in part through assistance from Sport Nova Scotia’s Support 4 Sport Program. Conroy will commence her duties with Volleyball Nova Scotia on November 14.

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For more information please contact:

Jason Trepanier

Executive Director

Volleyball Nova Scotia

902-425-5450 ext. 322

e-mail: volleyball@sportnovascotia.ca

website: www.volleyballnovascotia.ca