Mike Raimbault named Winnipeg Wesmen head coach
Winnipeg, Manitoba - The University of Winnipeg today announced that Mike Raimbault will be the new head coach of the UWinnipeg Wesmen Men's Basketball program.
The 28-year-old Raimbault comes to UWinnipeg after most recently guiding the Northern British Columbia Timberwolves to the Canadian College National Championship in March following a 17-1 win-loss mark in regular-season play. For his accomplishments the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association named Raimbault its Men's Basketball Coach of the Year.
"Mike is a passionate, energetic and knowledgeable basketball coach who is a proven winner in his young career," said Reid. "He is a great teacher and leader who has been active and connected with the communities he has been part of and will be the ideal person to lead our program, on the court and in the community."
The Brandon native has significant head coaching experience for someone so young. He was also the interim head coach for the Brandon University Bobcats in 2007-08, steering the team to a 20-2 win-loss record in Canada West play.
Raimbault is a graduate of Brandon University with degrees in Education and General Studies.
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