Canada Day Weekend Events for Players

We just hosted events for teenagers these past holidays and they have continuously sold out with a long wait list. Announcing our next big events on Canada Day Weekend,  July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 2022. We have different events planned and we invite all players to join one. All events will be held at the Pakmen Courts, 1775 Sismet Road, ... More

Victoria Day Events for Players

We just hosted two events for teenagers this past weekend and both sold out with a long wait list. Announcing our next big events on Victoria Day, Monday, May 23rd. We have different events planned and we invite your teenager to join one. All will be held at the Pakmen Courts, 1775 Sismet Road, Mississauga 1. High School Volleyball ... More

Pakmen Grads Rack up a Bevy of All-Star Selections

  By DAVID WINER Pakmen Volleyball Club should be nicknamed the school of higher learning. One would be hard-pressed to find a club that better prepares its athletes for the future. Whether it be college, or university, Pakmen graduates always seem destined to excel. This has been a particularly strong year for former club members ... More

Pakmen Grads are in a Class Above the Rest

By DAVID WINER Janelle Albert and Jake Gomes have more in common than Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Player of the Year honors. After outstanding collegiate volleyball seasons for the Fanshawe Falcons and Humber Hawks respectively, they have the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) championships to look forward to ... More

Former Pakmen Star’s Dream of Turning Pro Becomes a Reality

By DAVID WINER Jared Jarvis always dreamt of being a professional athlete. He may have been dunking and three-point shooting for the win in those fantasies, but setting, or spiking for the victory certainly checks most of the boxes. And now, the 23-year-old outside hitter from Vaughan, ON. will live out his dream in Germany's Bundesliga ... More

Pakmen Great Sharone Vernon-Evans Leaps on to World Stage

By DAVID WINER My, what a difference a year can make. Just over 12 months ago, Sharone Vernon-Evans was the recipient of oohs and ahhs in gymnasiums across Ontario as his Mississauga Pakmen held court in Ontario Volleyball Association action. From his jaw-dropping leaps to his heart-pounding spikes, club players and parents alike knew the ... More