Coach Ahmad El-Osta is a Level 2 NCCP Certified Coach. He joined the Waterloo Wolverines in May of 2016 after moving from Windsor, Ontario to pursue his career of teaching. He has coached at a variety of levels including high school, college and university. He has worked with Ontario Basketball through the provincial team, Centre of Performance Program, and TDIP camps. Recently he began coaching with the Canada Basketball Junior Academy. In Windsor, he served as an Assistant Coach at Catholic Central Secondary School where he helped lead them to 2 Gold and 1 Silver Medal at AAA OFSAA. He was the Lead Assistant Coach at St. Clair College for a half year before making the move to Kitchener. He is currently an Assistant Coach and Scout with the Wilfrid Laurier University Men's Basketball team and the Head Coach of the U16 Wolverines AAU team.
It’s Cedric’s second year on the coaching staff with the Waterloo Wolverines. Cedric is a true student of the game, and is constantly learning from seasoned professional coaches in his circle. His #1 focus is ensuring the kids from the Wolverine program have continuous improvement in their skills both on and off the basketball court. Cedric has been involved with the sport of basketball for 22 years. He’s played at the following levels: high school (all-star), OBA, and College (OCAA).
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This is Ravel first year with the Waterloo Wolverines. Ravel has been around the game of basketball for the 26 years. He has played with the Ontario Basketball Association for 7 years. He has played and led the team on 2 back to back WCSCAA championship teams within the region thoroughout the years. Ravel focuses on making sure every individual learns how to play as a collective team as well as contributing towards the development of young players within the program.
Chad is one of the pioneers on the coaching staff with the Waterloo Wolverines in his 11th year coaching overall. From scouting, player development, coaching, training, Chad had a successful career as a player at the following levels: high school (all-star), OBA, and College (OCAA).Coach high school Sr. Boys & Girls basketball at Sir John A McDonald and teach in the student success department the last 7 years.