Guenther to continue as Pilots Head Coach

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

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Kyle Guenther will be staying aboard to continue coaching the Pilots women’s volleyball program through the 2024-25 season, Providence Athletics announced Friday.

After beginning as an assistant, Guenther assumed head coaching responsibilities in 2017 and has led the team for the past 8 years. This year, Guenther has guided the team through their best-ever season, boasting a perfect regular season record that includes sixteen wins (with two matches left to play), and their highest-ever national ranking in Canada; currently 10th in the CCAA’s weekly Top 15 list.

“I am happy to welcome Kyle back to the program next season,” said Providence’s Director of Athletics, Russell Willms. “Kyle is well-connected within our conference, institution, and our local club volleyball networks. He is an excellent coach who facilitates a positive sporting experience and healthy, competitive culture for athletes. I know that Kyle will continue to steer the program in a good direction next season.”

Guenther and the Pilots are completing the final weekend of their regular season this weekend, in Brandon against the second-place, ACC Cougars and return to Niverville next weekend to host the 2024 MCAC Volleyball Championships happening February 24th and 25th at the Niverville Community Resource and Recreation Centre.

The winner of next weekend’s playoffs will travel to Red Deer, Alberta to represent Manitoba at the 2024 CCAA’s Women’s Volleyball Championships, hosted at Red Deer Polytechnic on March 5th to 9th.

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