2016 CFC OTTAWA COACHES CLINIC BIO’S
Head Coach Glen Constantin to speak at Ottawa Coaches Clinic!
The 2016 CFC Coaches Clinic received great news today, as “LAVAL ROUGE ET OR” Head Coach Glen Constantin will be our main guest speaker for the Coaches Clinic in Ottawa on February 13th, 2016 at Franco Cite High School.
Coach Constantin was the CIS Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2010. Furthermore, Coach Constantin has won 8 Vanier Cups with LAVAL ROUGE ET OR; (1999, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, & 2013).
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Head Coach Glen Constantin (Laval Rouge et Or)
Topic: Defensive Line, Linebackers and Head Coach
Glen Constantin, entraîneur-chef du Rouge et Or – conférencier d’honneur à la clinique d’entraîneurs à Ottawa le 13 février!
Les organisateurs de la clinique d’entraîneurs CFC 2016 sont heureux d’annoncer que Glen Constantin, entraîneur-chef du Rouge et Or, sera le conférencier d’honneur lors de la conférence qui aura lieu le 13 février 2015, à l’école secondaire catholique Franco-Cité, à Ottawa.
Coach Constantin a remporté deux fois l’honneur d’entraîneur-chef de l’année dans la SIC (2005 et 2010) et quatre fois entraîneur-chef au Québec (2008, 2009, 2010 et 2012). Par ailleurs, il a gagné 8 Coupes Vanier avec le Rouge et Or (1999, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, et 2013).
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Head Coach Luigi Costanzo (CIS COACH)
Coach Luigi Costanzo was the offensive coordinator with the Toronto Varsity Blues University football team for the (2014-15) season. Costanzo spent four seasons (2010-13) as a member of the University of Ottawa coaching staff. While at Ottawa U, Coach Costanzo was the team’s offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator, Costanzo had also been the special team’s coordinator; the alumni outreach coordinator and the running back coach. While in Ottawa, Costanzo was named the head coach of Team Eastern Ontario that competed in the 2010 Canada Cup. He continued on as the team’s special team’s coordinator in 2011 and the offensive coordinator in 2012.
Head Coach Sébastien Tétreault (CEGEP OUTAOUAIS GRIFFONS)
Sébastien Tétreault est l’entraîneur de l’équipe de football et l’entraîneur et gestionnaire de la Sélection Outaouais depuis janvier 2008 en plus d’avoir combiné des fonctions de coordonnateur de la défensive et préparateur physique au collégial avec le Cégep de l’Outaouais, au cours des trois dernières saisons. Il a aussi joué au niveau semi-professionnel avec les Météores de Fontenay-sous-Bois, en France, en plus d’avoir évolué quatre ans à titre de capitaine chez les Gee Gees de l’Université d’Ottawa. Le nouvel entraîneur des Griffons a évolué dans le réseau collégial québécois avec le Collège Champlain, à Sherbrooke.
Head Coach Jamie Barresi (OTTAWA UNIVERSITY)
Jamie Barresi is the current head coach of the University of Ottawa‘s football team, the Ottawa Gee-Gees. He was hired as the team’s head coach on January 15, 2013. He coached professionally in the Canadian Football League for nine years including his role as running backs coach for the BC Lions in 2006 where he won a Grey Cup championship. He played CIAU football as a quarterback for the Gee-Gees from 1976 to 1979.
Steve Sumarah became the 13th head coach of the Ravens varsity football program and the first since the team’s revival. Sumarah, who has been coaching in the AUS for the past 17 years, comes to Carleton after spending the last six seasons as head coach of the Saint Mary’s University Huskies. During that time, he boasted an overall regular season record of 35-12, an impressive 0.745 win percentage.
Topic: Change of Pace Offense using the Wing-T
Coach Ron Raymond brings over a decade of coaching experience and has been recently coaching with the OVFL Cumberland Panthers Senior Varsity (U20) program and the Ottawa Gee Gees University Football. Coach Raymond is currently the Offensive Coordinator with the Cumberland Panthers JV OV football team and the Offensive Coordinator for the Franco Cité Falcons High School football team. Coach Raymond is the founder of Capital QB’s now going into its 5th season.
Topic: High-Performance Coach Development
Coach Rodrique is a former player and captain of the uOttawa Gee-Gee’s, Rodrique is currently completing a PhD in Coaching at the University of Ottawa. In his graduate studies, he seeks to enhance the development of high-performance coaches through a social learning perspective. In 2012, Coach Rodrique co-founded a high-performance training center located in Gatineau, which seeks to offer a unique developmental opportunity to athletes. These roles ultimately led him to act as the Defensive Coordinator of “Les Griffons du CEGEP de l’Outaouais” (RSEQ Collégial Division 2).
Coach Warren Craney has been the York Lions University Football head coach since 2010 and he’s also the team’s defensive coordinator. In 2013, Coach Craney was named the head coach of the Canadian junior national team for the 2014 and 2016 International Federation of American Football (IFAF) U19 world championships. In 2014 he led the Canadians to a silver-medal finish in Kuwait, and he previously served as the defensive coordinator for Team Canada twice, helping the squad upset the United States.
Prior to York, Craney joined Concordia’s coaching staff after a three-year stint as the defensive coordinator at Vanier College. Throughout his coaching career, which has spanned nearly two decades, he has also served as a guest coach at the University of Michigan Football School and University of Nebraska in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and with several teams in the Canadian Football League (CFL).
Coach Larry Jusdanis is a former Canadian football quarterback who played two seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Montreal Alouettes. He was drafted by the BC Lions in the fifth round of the 1995 CFL Draft. He played CIS football at Acadia University. Jusdanis was also a member of the Toronto Argonauts. Furthermore, Coach Jusdanis is the founder of the popular Sports Specific Training (SST) and is the Head Coach and OC for the Varsity Burlington Stampeders of the OFC.
Coach Bechmanis previously was the special team co-ordinator of the Queen’s Gaels from 2009- 2011 and their defensive back coach from 2007- 2011. During that time he was part of the 2009 Vanier Cup Champions and helped boast an overall coaching record of 36–11, including playoff appearances.
Coach Bechmanis is also on staff with Team Ontario since 2006 and has served as their General Manager, Special Teams and Defensive Assistant, Special Teams Co-ordinator and most recently as their Defensive Co-ordinator in 2011 and 2012. Coach Bechmanis played his CIS career at Queen’s, where he was an Academic All-Canadian in his 5th year, then went on to play professional football in Denmark.