Girls 17U Black Head Coach: Evan Williams


Girls 17U Black Head Coach: Evan Williams

Part of a continuing series introducing DA coaches.  Look for new coaches each day.  Previously we introduced 18U Girls Black Head Coach Dwayne Cochrane, 18U Boys Black head coach Ian Eibbitt, 14U Girls coach Melonie Allin and 13U Girls Black Coach Joel Banbury and 15U Girls Black coach Kevin Hellyer.

Evan Williams will be returning to lead our 17U Girls program for the 2014-2015 season, as the head coach of Girls 17U Black.  A veteran Durham Attack coach for many years, Evan has led many teams to both East and West National Championships, at ages ranging from 14U to 18U.  Evan coached our 1991 ‘Big Black’ girls team to 4 of their 7 straight Candian Open wins.

Evan has been a head and assistant coach with Team Ontario multiple times, as well as an assistant coach with the Youth National Team. At the CIS level, Evan has acted as assistant coach at the University of Waterloo and the University of Western Ontario.

Evan’s technical expertise and knowledge of the game will ensure our 17U team is again a national contender.  Join us in welcoming Evan back to our coach ranks this coming season.

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2 thoughts on “Girls 17U Black Head Coach: Evan Williams

  1. Will be interesting to see if the Team will have the same great results!
    By the way, a good coach is the one who take a team from zero and achieve results, not the one who take already a Provincial and National Champion Team!
    Congratulation to the coaches who build this Team!

    1. It is Durham Attack’s club policy to rotate coaches every two years for the benefit of the athlete’s. This coaching change was done with that in mind. Also just so you are properly informed, this team has won three straight Nationals under two different coaching staffs. The next staff will be the third in line. The goal is to develop the athlete’s, championships are not the priority. Playing 5 years under one OVA coach is a poor policy, which reflects the coaches values.

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