Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic

OCTOBER 21-22, 2016

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2015 Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic

October 23-24, 2015

University of Manitoba 
Investors Group Athletic Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Basketball Manitoba, the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg are excited to announce the details the seventh annual 'Super Coaches Clinic' weekend scheduled for October 23-24, 2015 at the University of Manitoba Investors Group Athletic Centre.  The clinic comes as a partnership with the University of Manitoba Bisons and University of Winnipeg Wesmen as a joint offering to the basketball community.  The clinic will run at the same time as the province wide 'SAGE' in-service day on Friday October 23 and is registered as a professional development event by the Manitoba Physical Education Teachers Association (MPETA). 

The WMBA will be pausing all league games over the clinic weekend to ensure each coach can attend and is covering the cost for all its league coaches to attend the sessions.  The clinic features 11 different presentations over the two days and features a wide range of topics for all levels of basketball.  Register today for Manitoba's premier basketball coaching event! 

Attend one day for only $90 or come to both for $115!  Deadline to register is Wednesday October 21, 2015 at 4:30 pm Thursday October 22, 2015 at 12 Noon. 

Basketball Manitoba, the University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organizations who helped make this weekend possible! 


Your registration into this year's Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic includes...

  1. 11 on-court top-notch basketball presentations over 2 days with topics ranging from basic fundamentals to advanced offenses & defenses (see below for schedule).
  2. Option to attend one or both days.  Your best value is to join us both days!
  3. Basketball Manitoba Coaches Messenger Bag
  4. 2015-16 Wesmen Season Pass ($50.00 value)
  5. 2015-16 Bison Basketball Season Pass ($50.00 value)
  6. Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Manual including roster, attendance, practice planning, game stat and playing time tracker blank forms. ($10.00 value)
  7. Exclusive access to view a number of practices hosted by the Wesmen & Bison coaches in the days prior to the clinic (see below for schedule).
  8. Early access to view ALL the presentation through online video in the weeks following the clinic.  General public gets access in January.  View past clinic videos now...
  9. FRIDAY COACHES - Entry for a Grand Prize Draw for a trip for a coach in attendance to Las Vegas in May 2016 for the Nike Championship Coaches Clinic (see below).
  10. SATURDAY COACHES - Entry for a Grand Prize Draw for Team Prize Pack (see below).
  11. Attendance at a pre-conference workshop for female coaches hosted by Michele Hynes & Sarah Lundgren (see below)
  12. Other great door prizes throughout the day from the Wesmen, Bisons, Basketball Manitoba, WMBA, Coaching Manitoba, Centaur Sports, Sport Manitoba and other supporters.
  13. Morning refreshments both days.
  14. Lunch included both days.
  15. Basketball Store selling FIBA rulebooks, scoresheets, whistles, dry-erase boards - all at 20% off regular prices.


Every coach in attendance ON FRIDAY at the Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic will be entered for door prizes throughout the weekend!  The FRIDAY grand prize will consist of a trip to Las Vegas April 29, 30 & May 1, 2016 for the Nike Championship Basketball Coaches Clinic!  This Las Vegas clinic is considered the premier basketball coaches clinic in the world!  This prize includes return air fair out of Winnipeg to and from Las Vegas, hotel accommodation and the Nike Coaches Clinic fee.  The prize is valued at over $1500.00 and must be accepted as presented (no cash value or exchanges). 

The draw will be made at the end of the Friday sessions and the winner DOES need to be in attendance to win the award.  Good luck!

Past Las Vegas Trip Winners

  • 2009 - Patrick Kerr - Tyndall Park CC
  • 2010 - Darrell Nicholson - North Kildonan CC
  • 2011 - Jake Vezeau - Dakota CC
  • 2012 - Tony Hayden - Saskatchewan
  • 2013 - Bernard Kanakm - Sisler HS
  • 2014 - Krishna Armogan - Andrew Mynarski School
  • 2015 - TBA


Every coach in attendance on SATURDAY at the Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic will be entered for door prizes throughout the weekend!  The SATURDAY grand prize will consist of a Team Prize pack for one lucky coach in attendance including...
  1. 6 New Wilson Evolution Basketballs ($360 value)
  2. 1 Wilson Basketball Equipment Bag ($40 value)
  3. 12 - 2015-16 Wesmen Basketball Season Passes ($600 value) 
  4. 12 - 2015-16 Bison Basketball Season Passes ($600 value) 
  5. 12 Basketball Manitoba T-Shirts ($120 value)
  6. 2 Fox40 Dry Erase Coaches Boards ($80 value)
  7. 2 Fox40 Whistles ($10 value)
  8. 50 Basketball Scoresheets ($24 value)
The prize is valued at over $1700.00 and must be accepted as presented (no cash value or exchanges). 

The draw will be made at the end of the Saturday sessions and the winner DOES need to be in attendance to win the award.  Good luck! 

Past Team Prize Pack Winners 

  • 2011 - Darin Arnold - Portage la Prairie
  • 2012 - Manfred Glor - Linden Christian
  • 2013 - Chris Geraille - Norway House
  • 2014 - Peter Robertson-Stovel - Riverview CC
  • 2015 - TBA

Note: Past Las Vegas and Team Prize Award Winners, current Basketball Manitoba Board members and staff are not eligible for either of the Grand Prize Draws.  

Butch Carter - NBA Basketball Coach 

As a player, Butch Carter excelled in basketball and football at Middletown High School in Middletown, Ohio, from 1973–1976, and was named Ohio's "Player of the Year" in 1976.  Carter played as guard at Indiana University from 1976–1980 and graduated with a degree in Marketing.  Carter was named Co-Captain as a senior and led the team to the 1980 Big Ten Championship. He was the first guard to lead the Big Ten field goal percentage.

Carter was selected by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2nd round of the 1980 NBA Draft. He played a total of six years in the NBA with the Los Angeles Lakers (1980–1981), Indiana Pacers (1981–1984), New York Knicks (1984–1985), and Philadelphia 76ers (1985). He averaged 8.7 points per game over the six seasons. He held the NBA record for most points in an overtime period (14) for twenty years.

From 1986–1988, after leaving the NBA, Carter returned to his alma mater Middletown High School. There, he improved the team from a previous losing record to an (18–3) record. He was acknowledged for this two year turnaround by being named Ohio Basketball High School Coach of the Year. Carter is the only person to be named both Player and Coach of the Year in the state of Ohio.  Carter served as an assistant basketball coach at Long Beach State in 1989. From 1990–1991, he was an assistant coach at the University of Dayton.

Carter served as an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks from 1991–1996 under Frank Hamblen (1991) and Mike Dunleavy (1992–1996). He was promoted to the position of the Bucks scout in 1996–1997.  In the 1997–1998 season, Carter served as an assistant coach for the Toronto Raptors under Darrell Walker. He was promoted to the head coach position mid-way through the 1997–1998 season after Walker led the team to a franchise low (11–38) record. Carter finished the remainder of the season with a (5–28) record. During the shortened 1998–99 NBA season, Carter coached the Raptors to a (23–27) record, improving the team's winning percentage by .308 from the all-time franchise low (16–66) season. Carter developed a reputation for developing young players, such as Rookie of the Year and NBA All-Star Vince Carter, and eventual NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady.  In 1998 Carter was known as one of the first coaches to use statistical modeling in player evaluations.

In the 1999–2000 season, Carter coached the Raptors to their first winning season, with a (45–37) record, resulting in the team's first playoff appearance. Carter's turnaround of the Raptors from a franchise-worst dismal (16–66) record to a (45–37) record and a playoff berth in two and a half seasons was a great success. He became the first coach in NBA history to take a team from less than 20 wins to the playoffs in less than two years.

Since leaving the NBA's coaching ranks, Carter is a regular on the Canadian business speaking circuit and is pursuing the creation of a Canadian professional basketball league.

More information on Butch can be found at


Drew Hanlen - CEO of Pure Sweat Basketball 

Drew Hanlen is the CEO of Pure Sweat and an NBA Strategic Skills Coach & Consultant that has helped over 25 NBA and NBA pre-draft players.  Drew was last in Winnipeg in 2013 for the SCC and player camps.  Some of Drew's NBA clients include 2015 NBA Rookie of the Year Andrew Wiggins (pictured with Drew to to the left), 2015 NBA Champion David Lee of the Golden State Warriors, Minnesota Timberwolves Zach LaVine and Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards among others.

During the season, Drew provides his clients with pre-game scouting and coverage reports to ensure that his clients are fully prepared to play, then post-game film analysis reports so that his clients continue to improve throughout the season.

After the conclusion of the season, Drew strategically designs customized improvement plans for each of his clients through detailed film and advanced analytic evaluations, then uses unconventional, yet purposeful, training methods that takes players through extreme, game-paced workouts that simulate what they will see in games.

He has been featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, STACK Magazine, Dime Magazine, Men’s Health, and

More information on Drew can be found at


Adam Friesen - University of Fraser Valley Men's Basketball Coach

A native of Winnipeg, Adam Friesen became the third Cascades men’s basketball coach to lead the program since UFV joined Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS).

Friesen guided the Cascades to Canada West Final Four appearances in each of his first three seasons at the helm, culminating with a conference bronze medal in 2014-15. He also oversaw a 29-game regular season win streak extending from November 2013 to January 2015, a run of success which is tied for the second-longest streak in Canada West history. The Cascades have been ranked in the CIS top 10 in each of Friesen’s three seasons.

Prior to becoming head coach, Friesen served as an assistant coach with the UFV men’s basketball team for five years. In addition, he has coached at Yale Secondary in Abbotsford.

Friesen is a graduate of Trinity Western University, where he was an All-Canadian point guard for the Spartans. The Bachelor of Arts graduate is TWU’s all-time leading scorer, racking up 1,869 points over 99 games between 2002 and 2005. He also holds Spartans records for career assists (443), points in a season (783 in 2002-03), and assists in a season (183 in 2002-03).

Friesen also suited up for the UBC Thunderbirds in 2006-07, helping the T-Birds to a Canada West title and an appearance at the CIS championship tournament.

Adam played for the John Taylor Pipers for his high school basketball and the Manitoba Provincial Team before his family moved to BC.   

Kirby Schepp - University of Manitoba Men's Basketball Coach

Kirby Schepp enters his seventh season at the University of Manitoba after being at Sturgeon/Silver Heights Collegiate in Winnipeg as a head coach and Physical Education teacher since 1994. Over his 14 seasons in the high school system, he amassed a record of 333-143 while establishing the Sturgeon/Silver Heights as one of the top basketball programs in Manitoba while leading them to five Provincial Final Fours, five league championships and a 100% graduation rate of athletes. Schepp was also named both the ‘AAAA’ Boys Coach of the Year and the Coaching Manitoba Excellence in Coaching Award (School System) in 2007.

Along with his role at Sturgeon/Silver Heights, Schepp head coaching history includes being part of Team Manitoba for seven seasons while holding a 67-19 record among teams playing in exhibition tournaments, National Championships and Canada Games. From 2005-2010, he was Manitoba's Manitoba's Canada Games Male Coach and the Head Coach of Canada Basketball’s Centre for Performance Prairie Region Boy's Program (involved since 2001) while being Basketball Manitoba's most active National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Course Conductor (Levels 1-3).

Schepp is also very involved in the redevelopment of the NCCP model at the national level and is one of Manitoba's few Master Learning Facilitators. He held the position as Manitoba's High Performance Provincial Coach since 2007-2010. His past experience with basketball coaching has also been as President of the Manitoba Basketball Coaching Association (MBCA), the University of Winnipeg assistant coach from 1996-2001 and playing at the University of Winnipeg from 1993-96.

In addition to his coaching prowess, Schepp has a Masters in Education (Coaching) from the University of Victoria, Bachelor of Education from the University of Winnipeg and National Coaching Certification Program Level 3 plus was selected as Canada’s representative and head basketball coach at Generations for Peace, International Sport Development programs held in Amman, Jordan in late November 2008.  In 2012, Kirby joined the Board of Directors at Basketball Manitoba.

Kirby is an active coach with Team Canada and its Junior and Cadet programs.  The summers of 2014 and 2015, he worked as an assistant with the National Junior Team, helping bring home a Silver Medal from the FIBA Americas in 2014 and a 5th place finish at the FIBA World Junior Championships in Greece this past summer.  

Tanya MacKayTanya McKay - University of Winnipeg Women's Basketball Coach 

Tanya is a native of Sackville, Nova Scotia.  She moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1986 after being recruited by the University of Winnipeg to play for the Wesmen Women’s Basketball program.  In the 5 years Tanya played for the Wesmen, she was recognized 3 times as an All-Canadian.  Tanya graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor's Degree in Education

Tanya started coaching in 1991 at Silver Heights Collegiate and and spent five years there leading her team in the final year to the AAAA Provincial Championships Final Four.

Tanya is a fully certified NCCP Level IV and has been the Head Coach of the Wesmen Women’s Basketball Team since 1996. With four National Championship appearances between 2000–2004, the Wesmen earned 2 Silver Medals and 2 bronze medals in their efforts during that time.

Tanya is no stranger to the Provincial Team program.  In 1992, she was an Assistant Coach with the Junior Women’s Provincial Team and in 1995 the Head Coach of the Juvenile Provincial Team that won a Silver Medal at the Western Canada Summer Games.  In the summer of 2000, she was the Head Coach of the Junior Women’s Provincial Team that earned Manitoba a Silver Medal at the Junior National Championships.  In 2001, Tanya lead Team Toba as the Head Coach of the Junior Women’s provincial team that competed at the 2001 Canada Summer Games.  The following two summers in 2002 and 2003, she served as an Assistant Coach of the Juvenile Provincial Team plus in the summer of 2003, the Head Coach of the Midget Provincial Team, earning a 4th place finish at the National Championships and Bronze Medal Winners at the 2003 Western Canada Summer Games.

Tanya’s International Coaching resume includes working with the National Student Team in 1999 as an Assistant Coach at the World University Games.   As well, in 2001, Assistant Coach with Canada’s Junior National team that participated in the 2001 Francophone Games hosted by Canada in Ottawa.

In 2014, Tanya led Manitoba to its first Gold medal in 25 years with the 17U Female Provincial Team at the Canada Basketball National Championships!

NEW for 2015: Women in Coaching Basketball Forum

Basketball Manitoba in partnership with Coaching Manitoba is pleased to offer an additional development opportunity for female basketball coaches to attend a pre-conference workshop on Thursday October 22, 2015 at Sport Manitoba.  The Women in Coaching Basketball Forum will be facilitated by Bison Women's Coach Michele Hynes and 17U Female Provincial Team Coach Sarah Lundgren, the 2 hour session will include...
  • Breakout discussion addressing different topic on women in coaching
  • Q&A with panel of former athletes coaches by different genders
  • Opportunity for introductions, networking and resource sharing
You will hear from some athletes who have been coached by both genders as well as have the opportunity to share, discuss, and learn from other women in coaching.

There is no additional fee to attend this session and you can indicate your attendance during the Super Coaches Clinic registration process.  The workshop will be limited to the first 50 people who sign up, so register now!

Date: Thursday October 22, 2015
Time: 7:30 - 9:30 pm (7:15 pm check in)
LocationSport Manitoba, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, Lower Level Conference Room "B" - located at the bottom of the stairs (MAP)
Parking: Free on area streets.  Note that all Impark lots are still monitored.
Check in Time: 7:15 pm in Room B (lower level)
Open to: Women Coaching Basketball Teams (all levels)
Cost: FREE with Super Coaches Clinic Registration

If you would like to attend this session and not the Friday or Saturday sessions, please email Michele Hynes at  If you would like to attend the entire weekend, register below...

The Essentials of Coaching Basketball
BONUS: Sign up now for the Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic and get a FREE video download of "The Essentials of Coaching Basketball by Bob Knight & Geno Auriemma".  A unique link will be provided to you after you register by email that you can open to instantly download the full 75 minute video direct from Championship Productions for free (a $40 USD value!).   A sample from the video is below... 


The following is the current presentation schedule for the two days.  All registrants are also invited and encouraged to attend the exclusive open practice sessions with the 4 local university basketball coaches on the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday leading up to the Super Clinic.  Please note that both presenters and topics are subject to change.  The below schedule will be updated immediately if any changes were to be made. 

Full CIS game schedules at or

Watch Past Super Clinic Videos

By attending a Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic, you will gain full access to the entire clinic video online library! 

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Basketball Manitoba is pleased to partner with the Best Western Pembina for people travelling into the Super Coaches Clinic.

Best Western Pembina
1714 Pembina Highway 204-269-8888
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Phone: 204-269-8888 Group Code: 14262


Nightly Rate: $125 a night (price held to October 8 so book now as space is limited!)



When entering the IGAC, follow the signs up the main staircase to the 3rd floor.  
All clinic sessions will occur in the gym. 

U of M Campus Maps & Parking Options
Parking Notes:
  • The IGAC is building 54 in the above map.  
  • It is suggested you arrive on campus PRIOR to 8:15 AM to increase your chances of finding a spot.
  • Parking costs are not included in the clinic fees.
  • It is strongly suggested you carpool with other coaches attending the clinic to increase the chances of finding a spot or take another mode of transportation such as Winnipeg Transit or get dropped off at the gym.
  • Basketball Manitoba or Bison Athletics will assume no responsibility for any parking issues or violations incurred while at the clinic.
    • It is suggested you park in the lot next to the Soccer Complex or the large Parkade at the centre of the campus.  
    • Parking at the University on the Friday will be at a premium as classes are in and its a regular school day on campus.  
    • Please note the Blue Bombers have a game on Saturday beginning at 3:00 pm.  the SCC will finish by 1:45 pm Saturday.
    • Coaches can park in the ALC lot (adjacent to the new Active Living Centre) as well as in the 'ACW' lot.  The ACW lot is a little further away behind Tier/Isbister.  Event day parking is in effect for the Bomber game and coaches will not be ticketed in these lots regardless of when they leave campus.  If you choose to park in any other lot they run the risk of being ticketed.  
    • Saturday attendees are advised to leave the campus at the end of the sessions to avoid traffic and other delays.  


The Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic was formed under the partnership of the Winnipeg Minor Basketball Association, University of Winnipeg and University of Manitoba with Basketball Manitoba.  The first clinic was offered in 2009 at the University of Winnipeg and has alternated between the there and the University of Manitoba ever since.  The clinic averages nearly 400 coaches in attendance each year and is the largest coaches clinic in Manitoba and the largest basketball coaches clinic in Canada!  

Our growing list of past presenters include...

  • Alan Stein, Stronger Team (2012)
  • Brian McCormick, Basketball IQ & Kross Over Basketball (2014)
  • Cam Moskal, Manitoba Association of Basketball Officials (2009, 2010, 2011)
  • Chris McDole, Pro-Aggression Training (2011)
  • Coleen Dufresne, University of Manitoba (2012)
  • Dan Becker, Basketball Manitoba (2014)
  • Dave Crook, University of Winnipeg (2009)
  • Dave Love, NBA Shooting Coach (2010)
  • Dave Taylor, University of Regina (2013)
  • Dawn Smyth, Canada Basketball (2013)
  • Dr. Scott Leckie, Sport Dentist (2013)
  • Drew Hanlan, Pure Sweat Basketball (2013)
  • Gil Cheung, Brandon University (2011)
  • Glen Bergeron - University of Winnipeg (2012)
  • Jay Triano, Toronto Raptors and Canadian National Team (2011)
  • John Dore, Concordia University (2009)
  • Ken Shields, University of Victoria and Canadian National Team (2010)
  • Kirby Schepp, University of Manitoba (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
  • Lee Hurton, Winnipeg Minor Basketball Association (2011)
  • Lisa Thomaidis, University of Saskatchewan / National Women's Team (2009)
  • Manoj Nowrang, Positive Coaching Alliance (2011)
  • Martha Bradbury, MABO (2014)
  • Matt Talmage, Krossover Video Service (2014)
  • Michele Belanger, University of Toronto (2009)
  • Michele Hynes - University of Manitoba (2012, 2014)
  • Mike MacKay, Canada Basketball (2009, 2010, 2014)
  • Mike Raimbault, University of Winnipeg (2010, 2011, 2012, 2014)
  • Pam Danis, University of Manitoba (2009, 2010, 2011)
  • Randy Kusano - University of Manitoba / Basketball Manitoba (2012, 2014)
  • Renato Pasquali, Canada Basketball (2010)
  • Rich Chambers, Canadain National Team (2013)
  • Rick Torbett, Read & React (2012)
  • Ron Yeung, Canada Basketball (2013)
  • Ross Wedlake, Basketball Manitoba Technical Committee (2010 & 2012)
  • Shawn Swords, Laurentian University (2009)
  • Sheldon Reynolds - Coaching Manitoba (2012)
  • Sherwin Vasallo, Acceleration Performance (2009, 2010)
  • Steve Brown, Minnesota Timberwolves an Lynx (2009 & 2011)
  • Tanya McKay, University of Winnipeg (2009-2012)


Here is what people have said about past Super Coaches Clinics...

  • Awesome job! Great value!
  • Awesome weekend guys......really well notch !!!!
  • Basketball Manitoba is doing a tremendous job with the Super Clinic, and I can't say enough good things about it. Awesome work!
  • Fantastic event, I can't wait to attend next year. the calibre of
    the clinicians was great and the variety throughout the weekend kept it
    interesting. Looking forward to going through the handbook as well
  • I enjoyed the clinic. I enjoyed seeing things I could actually use
    with my grade nine girls. The different games and the warm up I really
    enjoyed, and will def. be using. I also picked up a few little tips that
    I will be passing on to my kids. It was great. 
  • I think that the clinic was very informative, and easy to follow.
    It seemed to be well organized. Overall it was a very good experience.
  • I was very impressed with the clinic. The variety of presenters
    and topics was excellent. The content of each presentation had something
    to offer to both the novice and experienced coach. A job well done!! -
    to the organizers.
  • I would like to first, thank all the people who organized this
    years Super Coaches Clinic. It was an amazing experience. I just started
    coaching last year at the JV girls’ level and I thought I was doing a
    good job but after attending this year’s clinic, you have given me the
    tools and knowledge to be a better coach.
  • Last years clinic was very good and this years was excellent.
    There was more relevant information presented to us this year and in an
    easy to understand format. Great stuff!
  • The whole clinic was run well. The presenters were well worth listening to. Great ideas come from this.
  • You put on a great clinics thanks! I'm a first year coach and I left with lots of aspects to basketball.
  • Thanks SO much for the fantastic weekend of Super Coaches Clinic!
    I thought it was incredible and quite obvious that everyone had
    invested a ton of time into organizing and coordinating all that went
    into it.  I learned a lot and really enjoyed the whole thing.  Thanks
    again for your hard work and dedication.
  • I wanted to let you know that the clinic this past weekend was
    extremely well run and very informative. Please pass on my appreciation
    to those you helped you.
  • I attended the Coaches Super Clinic this Saturday and thought I
    would let you know that the clinic was fabulous. It is far and away the
    best run, and informative clinic I have been to. Well done!
  • Great clinic this past weekend!  I really got a lot out of the presentations.
  • Thanks again for the opportunity to present at the clinic on
    Saturday. You certainly did a great job of organizing it and running a
    first-class event.  Hope it lived up to everything you hoped for.
  • I just want to thank you for hosting such an amazing clinic.  It
    is my first year to be a head coach and I was really nervous about
    getting going, but the presenters you selected were great and I have
    some terrific ideas to get me started!  I really enjoyed the games
    approach to teaching drills!
  • Our men's coach was tremendously impressed with the clinic you ran this past weekend. Good job.
  • I was at the super coaching seminar this past Saturday.  Thanks so much, the seminar was awesome.
  • I really enjoyed the clinic - very interesting and very well organized.
  • Thanks again for all the hard work you and your team did for the
    Super Clinic this wknd!  It was great!  Super idea to combine the
    various UW/UM clinics into one, makes a whole lot of sense!
  • I really enjoyed the Sat morning sessions I attended - picked
    up/was reminded of a few games / drills that I'll be able to use with
    the kids at the next practice!
  • I though the two days were superb. What a great idea!  Lee did a
    wonderful job greeting us first thing on Friday and it just stayed great
    the whole weekend. I would challenge any city in North America to do
  • Thanks so much for the hard work. The fact that it looked easy and
    went off without a hitch proves to me how hard you worked to make it
    that way.
  • It was a great clinic. Thanks for your organization and hard work.
  • Awesome clinic! I learned a ton.  Thanks for putting the time in.
  • The clinic was excellent, lots of very inspirational speakers with lots of good ideas. Thanks!
  • Thanks very much for having the clinic I found it very useful and I
    have used some of the drills already and the boys have really enjoyed
  • Clinic was great. SAG is a great day to have it as the clinic is a
    very attractive option on this day. I enjoyed the presenters and
    learned a lot of great drills. I am also happy the sessions will be
    online as I'm sure I will be watching some of them again to remind
    myself of some of the details.
  • Fantastic job!  Can't wait for the video so I can make sense of my notes.
  • Great experience overall.....WELL DONE!
  • Great job on the entire day - I walked away with new tips and
    tricks along with some validation of what I'm doing with my team is the
    right stuff. I look forward to the future clinics and I'm really excited
    to be part of the coaching community again. Thanks so much for a great
  • I think that the majority of the clinic was fantastic and that it
    was well put together. I definitely learned a TON of stuff which I will
    try to incorporate into the upcoming season and try to keep as a coach
    for future teams as well.
  • I thought this clinic was an excellent opportunity to improve my
    understanding of the game and advance my abilities as a coach. There
    were so many drills and ideas that would be useful teaching points at
    practice that I don't think I will be able to stuff them all into this
    season, however I will try.
  • Overall a FANTASTIC 2 days!!  I am a beginning coach (1 spring
    season experience 8 year old boys - now coaching winter) and even the
    higher level clinics had something I could take from it. Great
    presenters, great location, great snacks and lunches and VALUABLE
    information! Well done!
  • Overall it was an excellent seminar with lots of information.
  • Overall...Excellent Observing practices and talking to the local University coaches was valuable to me.  Keep this!
  • Thanks very much I came out of the weekend with a lot!
  • Thanks, overall it was a great experience!
  • The clinic was fabulous... easily the best run and most
    informative I have ever been to. In fact as a first time basketball
    coach it was actually quite inspiring. Well done!
  • The clinic was well-organized and well worth attending. Good job!
  • This clinic was absolutely fantastic. You absolutely have to run
    it again, during a tournament weekend, with all those experienced
    University coaches!!! I cannot say enough about how good it was. I also
    coach Hockey and soccer and you can relate a lot of those drills to
    other sports.
  • Very good clinic. Attended only Fri. Cannot comment re Sat. Thanks Basketball Manitoba!
  • Very informative 2 days....good lunches, good prizes and interesting presenters! Looking forward to next year’s clinic!
  • Very informative. Answered many questions. Now I know of ways to make practices more creative.
  • Very well organized, good selection of coaches and topics.
  • We thank WMBA and Basketball Manitoba for giving us (community coaches) the tools to coach to our kids.


Deadline to Register: Wednesday October 21, 2015 at 4:30 pm 
Thursday October 22, 2015 at 12 Noon

Registration Fee: Attend one day for $90.00 or both days for only $115.00

** Please note that the WMBA is covering the full cost of any of their active coaches (community club or MBL) to attend this clinic. If you are a Club coach who is NOT in the WMBA or MBL leagues, then follow the 'School Coach' option below, **


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