Carsten Stanjeck

Carsten has been around the sport of volleyball for 35 years. During his time in the sport he was involved as head and assistant coach with Jr. High, High School, Club, Provincial, University and Professional teams. Further, he was the founder of several new clubs and volleyball related businesses (Volleyball Position Camp & H.I.T.T. Volleyball). This will be Carsten’s ninth season with the club.

During his coaching career, he was able to commit to seven seasons with the Alberta Volleyball Provincial Team programs as head and assistant coach for midget and juvenile teams. Several of his teams placed in the medals and won National and Western Canadian championships. From 1992 until 1998, Carsten was an assistant coach with the University of Alberta Pandas Volleyball team lead by head coach Laurie Eisler. Together they were able to celebrate the first three national championships of the eventual record-breaking six consecutive titles.

  • Coach for Professional Volleyball Team (Team Venom) in Calgary Professional Volleyball League via ONE Volleyball – 2018
  • Founder and CEO of H.I.T.T. Volleyball – 2009
  • Co-Founder of High Performance/ELITE Volleyball Club – 2006, as well as the founder of two other clubs (Whitecourt Waves – 1989 & Warriors Volleyball Club in Edmonton – 1998) in Alberta.
  • Alberta Sports Hall of Fame Inductee in Volleyball – 2002
  • Founder and CEO of Volleyball Position Camp – 2001-2003
  • Assistant Coach University of Alberta Pandas, Edmonton – 1991-1997 (three-time Canadian National Champions)
  • Alberta Provincial Team Coach – 7 seasons as Head or assistant Coach with midget and juvenile women teams (won several Western Canadian and National Championships)
  • High School Varsity Coach for 22 seasons with women’s and men’s teams (numerous provincial appearances, many top three finishes and several provincial Championship teams)
  • Volleyball Summer Camp Coach for 4 seasons at University of Alberta, University of Calgary, in Vegreville, Grand Prairie and Jasper.