BRANDON, MB – Head Coach Gil Cheung has had a busy summer in his first
year leading the Bobcats. Having only six returning players from last
year, Cheung has been busy trying to fill his roster. After announcing
the arrival of O’Brian Wallace, Isaiah James and Jimi Falana earlier in
the summer, Cheung is excited to announce three more recruits...

“I’m excited for all of the recruits we’ve been able to bring to Brandon for the upcoming season,” says Cheung. “With the combination of new guys and returning players I know we have the tools to have a solid team. Our guys have been training hard and I’m looking forward to getting the season started.”

WILLIAM CAESAR - Caesar, a 6’3” point guard from Scarborough, Ontario is transferring to BU from Rend Lake College in Ina, Illinois, a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. Caesar is starting his first year in the faculty of education at Brandon University. Caesar brings size and athleticism to a young Bobcat team.

“William is a huge threat in our up-tempo transition game,” says coach Cheung. “He has all the attributes to run our offense and will be a key part of our success this year.”

DAVID ANTWI – Some of Antwi’s biggest strengths come on the defensive side of the ball. A transfer from Carleton University, the 6’2” shooting guard from Brampton, Ontarion is showing great strides in early pre-season training.

“David has been looking great for us so far,” says Cheung. “He’s got a very smooth, effortless style of play. Add that to his tremendous work ethic and he will be very successful within our program and in the conference.” 

BRODY TEGG – No stranger to Brandon University, the native of Kenora, Ontario has already earned both a bachelor and masters degree from Brandon University. Standing at 6’7”, Tegg will add depth to the post position.

“Brody has been one of our hardest worker in pre-season training sessions,” says Cheung. “We’ve been spending a lot of time focusing on conditioning and for a big guy Brody is very fit. He is a fantastic leader. He has two degrees and truly defines what a student-athlete should be.”

To learn more about Bobcat athletics please visit or call (204) 727-7375. 

For more information, please contact:

Gil Cheung

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Brandon University

(204) 571-8594



Matt Packwood

Sports Administration Assistant

Brandon University

(204) 727-7375

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