Director of Development
During his playing days, Bill Crowdis was a National Champion, All-Canadian and All-Star performer. As a graduate of the Sports Management Program at Durham College, Coach Crowdis naturally transitioned into coaching at the college level with Fleming College (Peterborough) and Seneca College (Toronto). Coach believes that the sport of basketball is a way for youth to develop confidence and strong work ethic, helping individuals become well-rounded leaders, both on and off the court.
Director of Basketball – Boys
Coach Damon was a multi-sport athlete in high school, playing varsity football and basketball. Damon has remained an active member of his sports communities, volunteering his time within the school boards, community organizations and club programs. Coach Browne creates a positive environment for all skills levels to compete, using the game of basketball to improve physical literacy, skillsets and mindsets.
Coach Cory is now in his ninth season as Head Coach of the Algoma U Thunderbirds Men’s Varsity basketball team. Thomas played college basketball at Durham College where he was the 1996 “Rookie of the Year” as well as a member of Durham’s 1997 National Championship team. Following his post-secondary career, Coach Cory played three years of professional basketball in Portugal. In 2005 Coach Cory was awarded the West Division Coach of the Year when he was the Head Coach of the Sault College Cougars.
Coach Challenger is entering his seventeenth year as a basketball coach. He is currently Head Coach of the Centennial College Men’s Basketball Team. Coach Challenger has been able to assist student athletes with mentoring while instilling the importance of education and teamwork. A three-time Ontario high school medalist in basketball and track & field, Trevor has also been named a Toronto Star High School All-Star (3 times) as a member of Runnymede C.I in Toronto.
Coach Wilson is Head Coach at SS Fleming College in Peterborough, ON. Jovain was an accomplished student-athlete at Fleming College and Algoma University . During his five years of post-secondary play, Jovain had one of the most decorated careers in the history of the OCAA and CCAA. He is currently #3 on the all-time scoring list for Ontario colleges to go along with being a 4-time all-star, twice decorated as provincial player of the year as well as garnering the national player of the year award.