2018-19 Olds Men's Volleyball Headlines

  • Marsden to join Volleyball Canada coaching staff
    April 11, 2019
    Ryan Marsden is set to return to the national stage, as he will be an assistant coach for Canada's men's national 'B' team on the international circuit this summer.
  • Darkness and light
    January 24, 2019
    Haiden Hurtig suffered a concussion earlier in the season, but he made his way back to the Broncos right before Christmas, and he credits Make Some Noise for Mental Health for encouraging him to ask for help.
  • In their blood
    December 10, 2018
    The Broncos have landed a pair of key commitments in Ryzen and Askiy Walkingbear, who will join their brother, Thundersky, on the court for Olds College.
  • Lions leap over Broncos
    November 03, 2018
    The Broncos were unable to build on their first set victory, falling in four to Ambrose.
  • Lions bounce Broncos
    November 02, 2018
  • Broncos drop home opener to Medicine Hat
    October 12, 2018
    The Broncos turned in a solid effort, but were unable to overcome a slow start as they fell to the Rattlers in four sets.
  • Muller, Vriend and Sexsmith bring size to OC men's volleyball
    July 09, 2018
    In part two of the introduction to the recruiting class we introduce you to a trio of recruits from Saskatchewan and Alberta. Mason Muller is the son of two volleyball alumni as both his parents played volleyball for the Broncos, while Devin Vriend and Justin Sexsmith bring size at 6’ 5” and 6’ 3” respectively.
  • Three indigenous Sask student-athletes commit to Broncos men’s volleyball
    July 06, 2018
    In part one of the introduction to the recruiting class we introduce you to a trio of indigenous student-athletes from Saskatchewan. The three volleyball players, Thundersky Walkingbear, River Thomas and Tyler Donnally, are very close friends who are honoured to come out of their communities and want to represent their indigenous community and make them proud.