ICP Regina Youth Volleyball is a local, independent sport organization that offers developmental programming and youth leagues for the volleyball community of Regina. Programs and leagues are open to all boys and girls of Regina (and surrounding area) in grades 1 through 12. We welcome players at all levels; players who are new to volleyball looking to learn a new sport, to players who are competitive and high performance looking to refine skills. There is something for everyone!
We are the only youth volleyball league in Regina with weekly game experience. There is no travel or out of town tournaments with our regular league as all games and tournaments are held within Regina! Our weekly program sessions and league practices and games are held at local school gyms and at the University of Regina.
ICP Regina Youth Volleyball offers new leagues and programs every season: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer! Check out what each season has to offer from the menu above!
New to our program line-up for the Winter season are our club teams! Club teams will compete in the regular ICP league as well as additional club tournaments sanctioned by Sask Volleyball. Our club teams are unique in the sense that along with tournament play on weekends, club teams will also compete in our weekly league - something that is not offered to other club teams.
All of our programs follow the Volleyball Canada Long-Term Athlete Development Model which provides the basis in skill development training and competition kids need to enjoy the sport and perform their best.
We implement fair play rules at every grade division so players are encouraged to play to win and do their best, while coaches maintain a large emphasis on developing skills and learning tactics.
ICP Regina Youth Volleyball Pathway:
Here at ICP we have created a clear pathway for our players to progress through using the guidelines set by Volleyball Canada's Long Term Athlete Development Model. Through the promotion of our programs and leagues, this pathway affords our players the opportunity to grow in volleyball while contributing to the enjoyable, healthy, and valuable benefits of an active lifestyle.
ICP Regina Youth Volleyball leagues sanctioned through:
Meet Our ICP Team
Chelsey Clifford BKin, BEd
From a young age Chelsey has always shown a profound interest in sports, especially volleyball. Having played through out high school and Regina's club team for 7 years, Chelsey has achieved several championship titles at the city and provincial level. Now, she has taken her love for the sport as a player and grown into a coach who is passionate about working with athletes at the developmental and learn to play stage.
Since 2010, Chelsey has worked with the youth sport programs Girls in the Game and ICANPLAY Sports where she strived to promote self esteem and skill development for young athletes in positive sport environments.
After graduating from the University of Regina where she obtained her bachelors degree in Kinesiology with a major in Physical Literacy and a bachelors degree in Education with a major in Physical Education, Chelsey moved abroad to the UK for 2 years to teach and fulfill her lust to travel. Here she taught PE in an England Academy and also played with the Leeds Panthers Volleyball Club for 2 seasons. Currently she is teaching PE, Health, and Outdoor Education with Regina Public Schools!
June Zimmer, BEd, BA, MSc, PhD
June is a nationally recognized coach, educator and researcher who was named One to Watch on the Most Influential Women in Canadian Sport list by CAAWS for her work in providing sport opportunities for young athletes. She has also been named a YWCA Woman of Distinction for this same work, and named one of the Most Distinguished Alumni by Campion College at the University of Regina. She has also been recognized by the Premier of Saskatchewan for her outstanding leadership directed at improving opportunity and outcomes for Saskatchewan girls through sport. June has named one of CBC Saskatchewan's Future 40 Leaders for her work in sport.
June is a former competitive athlete turned weekend warrior, who now focuses her attention on the implementation of Sport Canada’s Long Term Athlete Development model through coach education, research and program implementation. She holds multiple NCCP coaching certifications and has coached many sports including volleyball at the competitive and recreational levels.