Area of Expertise: Player Development, Administration, Recruiting and Scouting
Lies Reimer is in her fifth year as an assistant coach with the Trinity Western women’s volleyball team years (2007-08 and 2009-2013) and is a certified Level III coach.
But her work on the Spartans sidelines have helped to produce a number of impressive TWU sides, her credentials go far beyond her time as a coach.
Reimer played for the Spartans volleyball team from 1999-2004 and, in her final year, finished atop Canada West in blocking with 1.20 blocks per set, was eighth in kills with 3.06 per set and sixth in points with 3.96 per set.
Both during and after her university career, Reimer was a Canadian national team player, from 2001-2006, and then, upon graduating, she played professionally from 2004-2009.
In her first professional experience, Reimer played with AMVJ Amstelveen in the Netherlands during the 2004-05 season. In 2005-06, she played for POST Vienna Volleyball Club in Austria, competing in the CEV Cup and MEVZA League. In 2006-07, she played for ESCR Le Cannet Volleyball Club in France. And then, after a year back in Langley coaching the Spartans, she played the 2008-09 season with VC
Weert in the Netherlands.
Reimer’s career highlights include representing Canada in the 2003 FIVB World Grand Prix tournament in Italy, winning both the 2006 Austrian Cup and the national title with POST Vienna Volleyball Club, and being ranked in the top 10 in the French Pro A division for blocking and attacking in 2006-07.