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WANTED – SUSPECT STUDENT ATHLETES

RMC varsity teams are looking for e-Veritas readers to help identify “suspect – student-athletes”.

You may ask, “What the heck is a suspect student-athlete?”

Profile of a “suspect student-athlete”

a) He / she has the athletic skill / talent (or potential) to make a varsity team;

If you or someone you know is aware of a young man or young woman send particulars to the RMC varsity coach. E-MAIL OR PHONE 613 -541-6000 ( THE LOCAL PHONE NUMBER OF EACH COACH IS LISTED NEAR HIS / HER NAME & SPORT) The coach will follow-up to provide information and determine interest – including a plan which will help determine if the “suspect” has the academic potential to succeed at RMC.

“Student – Athlete Suspects” should meet at least seven of the 10 criteria:

1. Plays RMC sport at an “elite” level during his / her high school years;
2. History of being a responsible person;
3. Potentially motivated towards RMC & Canadian Forces;
4. History of being involved in community / school / church / activities (2 out of 3);
5. Demonstrated good work ethic in full / part-time/ volunteer positions;
6. Dynamic and steadfast;
7. Thrives on challenges;
8. Potentially academically solid;
9. Excellent time-management skills; and
10. Has what it takes to be a potential “leader”.

Coordinates of RMC varsity coaches (RMC phone 613 541-6000 x see below:)

Kevin McGuire

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Men’s Basketball Coach

Entraîneur chef basket-ball masculin

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6665

[email protected]

 

Brad Schur

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Women’s Basketball Coach

Entraîneur chef basket-ball feminin

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8738

[email protected]

 

Patricia Howes

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Fencing Head Coach

Entraîneur chef escrime

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3891

[email protected]

 

Adam Shell

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Hockey Coach

Entraîneur chef hockey

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6377

[email protected]

 

Sean McDonaugh

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Rugby Coach

Entraîneur chef rugby

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6678

[email protected]

 

Victor Mendes

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Men’s Soccer Coach

Entraîneur chef soccer masculin

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3915

[email protected]

 

Chad Beaulieu

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Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Entraîneur chef soccer feminin

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3914

[email protected]

 

Joel Ridley

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Taekwondo Coach

Entraîneur chef Taekwondo

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8740

[email protected]ca

 

Steve Leknois

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Men’s Volleyball Coach

Entraîneur chef volley-ball masculin

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3913

[email protected]

 

Carolyn Welden

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Women’s Volleyball Coach

Entraîneur chef volley-ball feminin

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3912

[email protected]

 

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other military academies. More

http://www.thewhig.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=775902&auth=Ian+Elliot

Polar Bear Swim for United Way

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Nage de l’ours polaire pour Centraide

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http://www.rmc.ca/news_avis/071115_allaire_e.html
 

Félicitations au Capt François Allaire

http://www.rmc.ca/news_avis/071115_allaire_f.html