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Tiffany Dodds-Little

Playing Career: 
Canadian Senior National Team (8 years), Pro in Korea, Pro in Spain, Pro in Puerto Rico, Pro in Japan, MVP at World Championship Qualifier with Team Canada, “Best Spiker” at World Championship Qualifier with Team Canada, All Star team in Puerto Rican league, Canadian Youth National Team, Canadian Junior National Team, Canadian FISU Team- 2 times, University of Alberta 2005-2007, 2007 National Champions, CIS 2 time All Canadian, Canada West First Team All-Star, Canada West Player of the Year, CIS Player of the Year, CIS Nationals All-Star Team, CIS Nationals MVP, University of Alberta Volleyball MVP, University of Alberta Volleyball Rookie of the Year, University of Alberta Female Athlete of the Year Nomination, FOG Volleyball Scholarship at the University of Alberta (Athletics & Academics), 2 time Canada West Female Athlete of the Week for all sports, CIS-VIA Rail Athlete of the Week for all sports, 2 time Saskatchewan Sport Centre Athlete of the Month for all sports, 2002 Club National Champion.
Coaching Experience: 10 years, NCCP: Level II certified
Education: BARST-Rec, Tourism & Sport Management 3 years at University of Alberta
With versatility at three positions Tiffany Dodds-Little is recognized as one of the brightest young stars of North American volleyball. Her versatility at three positions has been a strong asset with the Canadian national team as she has proven proficient at right side, left side and setter during her 71 international matches. One of her strongest attributes is her blocking ability and her attacking efficiency continues to improve even though she is and has been one of the Canadian national team’s best attackers. As part of Team Canada at the 2010 World Championship Qualifier, she was named tournament MVP and best spiker.
Dodds-Little, who hails from Lucky Lake, Saskatchewan, made history in 2008 as the first Canadian female player, and only the second Canadian player, to play professionally in Korea. She’s also played in Spain, Puerto Rico (where she was named to the All Star team) and Japan.
She is a former assistant coach with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.

Dodds-Little played with the University of Alberta Pandas. Her three-year CIS career included an exceptional 2006-07 when she was CIS MVP and an All-Canadian as well as earning MVP honours as the Pandas won the national championships.
Pandas Volleyball Club Coach (2013-present)
Guest Coach at Youth Volleyball Camps (2011-present)
Assistant Coach University of Saskatchewan Huskies (2011-2012, 2012-2013)
Nunavut Volleyball Camp: Coached with Larry McKay (2013)
Volleyball Canada Centre of Excellence: Head Coach U18 Women Saskatoon (2012)
Elite Volley Camp: Coach – Husband Gavin & brother Mark are founders of EVC (2012-present)
Saskapalooza Volleyball Camp: Guest Coach (2012)
University of Alberta Panda Camps: Coach (2011)
Guest Speaker at CCAA College Nationals, various awards banquets & events (2008-present)
University of Saskatchewan Huskie Camps: Coach (2007)
Team Canada organized camps: Coach (2005-2012)

bio details from HITT Volleyball