|Ardigo Gagne, Catherine||5' 04''||Beaconsfield||Youth & Adult Correctional Intervention|
|Bautista, Kayla||5' 04''||pierrefonds||Social Science|
|Bautista, Gabriella||5' 04''||pierrfonds||Science|
|Berry, Vanessa||5' 04''||Pointe-Claire||Youth & Adult Correctional Intervention|
|Campbell, Bryanna||5' 07''||lasalle||Science|
|Corcoran, Holly||5' 08''||Montreal||Dental Hygiene|
|Delli CollI, Marina||5' 02''||blainville||Science|
|Dube, Laurence||5' 07''||sainte anne de bellevue||Science|
|Durivage, Fanny||5' 06''||pierrefonds||Nursing|
|Gervais-Brazeau, Megane||5'01||SAINTE-ADÈLE||Business Administration|
|Gostevcic, Andrea||5' 06''||pointe claire||Science|
|Greco, Bianca||5' 06''||laval||Police Technology|
|Guillet, Elizabeth||5' 07''||laval||Social Science w/ Mathematics|
|Koscher, Casey||5' 09''||ile bizard||Science|
|Mayers, Demaya||5' 02''||pointe claire|
|Muller, Gabrielle||5' 07''||vaudreuil||Pathways to Police Technology|
|Ndiaye, Amy-Anne||5' 07''||ile bizard||Social Science w/ Mathematics|
|Nelson, Sydney||5' 05''||baie d'urfe||Social Science|
|Richard, Kiana||5' 04''||pincourt||Visual Arts|
|Tobin, Anne-Sophie||5' 06''||Beaconsfield||Social Science w/ Mathematics|
Schedule and Results
|2017-09-01||Ahuntsic||Memorial Field||LOSS 0-2|
|2017-09-03||St-Lambert||Champlain St-Lambert||LOSS 1-2|
|2017-09-08||Lionel Groulx||College Lionel Groulx||LOSS 2-3|
|2017-09-22||Dawson||Memorial Field||TIE 2-2|
|2017-09-29||Ste-Foy||Memorial Field||LOSS 1-2|
|2017-10-01||Garneau||Cegep Garneau||LOSS 0-2|
|2017-10-06||Ahuntsic||College Ahuntsic||WIN 2-1|
|2017-10-13||St-Lambert||Memorial Field||TIE 0-0|
|2017-10-15||Ste-Foy||Cegep Ste-Foy||TIE 0-0|
|2017-10-20||Garneau||Memorial Field||LOSS 0-3|
Willeme graduated from John Abbott with a DEC in Social Science in 1996 and attended Concordia University from 1996 to 1998. He is currently coaching the U-12 Girls’ team at the Lac St. Louis Regional development Centre and is also the boys Head Coach at College Charlemagne and for the U-12 AA Boys’ Cobras for the Pierrefonds Soccer Association.
“Simon brings with him a wealth of coaching experience at all levels and we are very excited to have him join our staff. He has a clear vision on how he plans to run our men’s soccer and we look forward to our future in the RSEQ Division 1 league” commented Steve Shaw. “We are planning to put more emphasis and energy into our soccer programs as we enter into our second season playing on the brand new Memorial Field.”
“I am very excited of being part of the John Abbott College family once again and look forward to the challenge ahead and hopefully bring the pride and passion I had of playing for the John Abbott Men’s soccer team to my players” said Simon Willeme.
He has been coaching since the age of 17 at both the AA (Pierrefonds) and the AAA level (U-14, U-15, U-17 Lakers and U-13, U-14 Lakeshore) and was named Coach of the Year in 2009 for the Pierrefonds Soccer Association. He has also been responsible for the Pierrefonds Soccer Winter Academy, boys’ sessions for U-8 and U-11 in both 2010 and 2011. Simon has his Level 3 technical coaching certification and Level 2 theory.
He has been nominated to the Pierrefonds Junior Sports hall of Fame and in 2010 was selected to carry the Olympic torch for the Vancouver games.
When not coaching soccer he has been working at Bombardier Aerospace in Dorval since 1998. He is currently living in Pierrefonds with his wife Chantal Macream and children Zoë age 7 and Isaiah age 2
Contact information for head coach Simon Willeme: firstname.lastname@example.org or 438-886-0799
David graduated from Anglia Ruskin University with a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Coaching Performance in Football. He is currently coaching the U-12 Boys’ team at Lakeshore Soccer Club. Further he is the Director of Goalkeeping and a Technical Coach for ages U8-Senior AAA at Lakeshore Soccer Club. He currently holds the UEFA ‘B’ License, and is presently in course for the CSA ‘A’ License. He also holds the NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeping Diploma.
He has been coaching for 10+ years in Canada and in Belgium. In Quebec he has coached for over 6 years at the collegiate level and has coached for 8 years at the club level where he has been part of a technical staff that has won 4 gold medals at the National Club Championships. As a youth player, he played at the Provincial level in Alberta; in his adult career he played in Liege, Belgium but his playing career was ended early due to injury.
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