|Full name||Gavin Charles Schmitt|
|Born||January 27, 1986|
Grande Prairie, Alberta
|Hometown||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Height||2.08 m (6 ft 10 in)|
|College / University||University of Saskatchewan|
Red Deer College
Gavin Charles Schmitt (born 27 January 1986) is a former Canadian volleyball player, who started playing volleyball in Saskatoon for the Saskatchewan Huskies volleyball club and eventually went on to win the silver medal with the Canada men's national volleyball team at the 2013 NORCECA Volleyball Championship in Langley, Canada.
From 2009 to 2012, Schmitt played for the Daejeon Samsung Bluefangs in South Korea's V-League, where he led the team to three consecutive titles winning the MVP awards in the 2009–10 and 2011–12 seasons.
Schmitt led the national team in scoring in six of the seven matches he played for Canada at the 2014 World Championship in Poland, where Canada finished seventh for its best result ever in the championship that has been held 18 times since 1949.
- CSV South American Club Championship
- National championships
- 2009/2010 KOVO Cup, with Daejeon Samsung
- 2009/2010 V-League Championship, with Daejeon Samsung
- 2010/2011 V-League Championship, with Daejeon Samsung
- 2011/2012 V-League Championship, with Daejeon Samsung
- 2014/2015 Turkish Championship, with Arkas Izmir
- 2018/2019 Greek Championship, with Olympiacos Piraeus
- 2018/2019 Greek Cup, with Olympiacos Piraeus
- National team
- 2008: Pan American Cup – Best Opposite
- 2009: Pan American Cup – Best Scorer
- 2010: V-League Championship – Most Valuable Player
- 2010: V-League Championship – Best Scorer
- 2010: V-League Championship – Best Opposite
- 2010: V-League Championship – Best Server
- 2011: V-League Championship – Best Scorer
- 2011: Pan American Cup – Best Opposite
- 2011: Pan American Cup – Best Scorer
- 2012: V-League Championship – Most Valuable Player
- 2012: V-League Championship – Best Scorer
- 2012: V-League Championship – Best Opposite
- 2015: Turkish Championship – Most Valuable Player
- 2015: Turkish Championship – Best Scorer
- 2015: Turkish Championship – Best Opposite
- 2015: Turkish Championship – Best Server
- 2015: Pan American Games – Best Scorer, Best Server
- 2016: 1st World Olympic Qualification Tournament – Best Opposite Spiker
- 2011/2012: 58 points in one match in – V-League
- Hossain, Asif (22 July 2016). "Canada's men's volleyball team ready for Rio after long Olympic absence". Canadian Olympic Committee. Retrieved 22 July 2016.
- "Player ranking by skill" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 July 2015. Retrieved 28 June 2016.