stacy-hawash.jpgBasketball Manitoba is pleased to announce that Stacy Hawash of Winnipeg along with Deanna Hiebert have been named the new coaching staff of the 15U Female Provincial Team Program.  Stacy is one of Manitoba's most active coaches heavily involved at the high school level (Vincent Massey Collegiate), the Manitoba Basketball Coaches Association and for the past 3 years head coach of the female Manitoba Centre for Performance Program.  Stacy and Deanna filled the vacancy from last month's posting and will take the duties for the summer of 2013.  Tryouts for the program will run April 7 &  21 at the University of Winnipeg.  More details on the coaching staff and Manitoba Provincial Team program can be found at...

 began coaching basketball in 1996 at St. Mary’s Academy with Debbie May once she finished her playing career with the University of Manitoba. Since 1999, she has coached a variety of basketball teams at the school level including at Fort Richmond Collegiate, General Byng and currently at Vincent Massey Collegiate, where she is currently a full time teacher and the head Varsity Girls basketball coach. She has also been involved in Manitoba Provincial Team Program, coaching Team Manitoba at the 15U for a number of summers. In recognition of her coaching achievements, she was named the 2009 MBCA AAAA Girls Coach of the Year.  Stacy is also an active MABO official (since 2000) and has worked games at all levels including the CIS and at the 15U & 17U National Championships. 


Deanna has been coaching basketball since 2009 at a variety of levels including at the high school, club and Manitoba Games.  Deanna played basketball at the club and varsity school levels, graduating in 2009 and then going on to play at the CIS level the following year. She was a member of the Manitoba Provincial Team program in 2006 and 2007.  She is a certified at the NCCP Introduction to Competition - Advanced level.  

More information on the Manitoba Provincial Team Program can be found HERE

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