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    Author: Julian Carr

    Alex Bianchi, DC women's soccer coach. Photo credit: Durham College Athletics: https://chronicle.durhamcollege.ca/2019/01/recruiting-at-dc-uoit-seeks-to-find-more-than-good-athletes/ The Durham College department of athletics announced on November 24, 2022 that women's soccer head coach, Alex Bianchi, will retire from his role effective immediately. "I can't thank Alex enough for his contributions, integrity and passion that he has shown towards our women's soccer program, the college, and our student-athletes during the past six years," said Ken Babcock, Director of Athletics & Recreation at Durham College. "We want...

    Courtesy of CANPL.ca: https://canpl.ca/article/patrice-gheisar-named-halifax-wanderers-head-coach So it's time for a new era in Halifax with the HFX Wanderers. After the parting of ways between the Wanderers and Stephen Hart, Sporting Director Matt Fegan had stated that their timeline was to have a new head coach in place by the end of November and he has delivered as promised. Enter new HFX Wanderers' Head Coach Patrice Gheisar, Coach Gheisar will be brining his style and culture building ways to the Wanderers,...

    By Postcoach.ca Staff Courtesy of the HFX Wanderers: https://hfxwanderersfc.canpl.ca/article/wanderers-q-and-a-with-sporting-director-matt-fegan The Canadian Premier League appears to be alive and well going into year five with all of the things that they have had to deal with when starting a league from scratch.  Okay, so we've lost Edmonton for now, but with Vancouver coming in and all of the mechanizations and moving parts that come with building a national league from scratch in a country as vast as Canada, that still...

    Courtesy of Women's Soccer Coaching: https://www.womenssoccercoaching.com/coaching-advice/inside-a-us-colleges-recruitment-process?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=WSC%20Newsletter The excerpts following recent article from Women's Soccer Coaching https://www.womenssoccercoaching.com/coaching-advice/inside-a-us-colleges-recruitment-process?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=WSC%20Newsletter provides some advice and insights on how to land your next coaching job, here or abroad. Inside a US college's recruitment process Coaching Advice by Todd Dooley University of Texas Permian Basin’s athletic director Todd Dooley lifts the lid on his head coach search and reveals his top tips to help you land a similar role WHEN OUR FORMER HEAD COACH INFORMED ME OF HER INTENTION TO...

    Courtesy of USPORTS.ca: https://usports.ca/en/championships/soccer/m/news/2022/11/1970819979/msoc-game-11-gold One could say, "This is how the west was won." The spaghetti western writers of Hollywood couldn't have asked for more drama from the Wolfpack winning in three straight shootouts at the U SPORTS Men's Soccer Championship presented by RBC, three shootouts, three WolfPack wins. The script writers of USPORTS got all they could handle in the excitement department. A home team in the final for the third straight year, an "all west...

    Courtesy of UPSORTS: https://usports.ca/en/championships/soccer/f/news/2022/11/2005340849/wsoc-game-11-gold In an all RSEQ final the Montreal Carabins were crowned the Queens of USPORTS Women's soccer for 2022. The lone goal of this championship battle came in the 75th minute by Justine Lalande that lead the Montreal Carabins to a 1-0 victory over the Laval Rouge et Or in the gold medal final of the 2022 U SPORTS Women Soccer Championships presented by Groupe Océan in Quebec City. It is the second time that Montreal’s...

    Courtesy of ccaa.ca: https://www.ccaa.ca/sports/msoc/2022-23/releases/2022_msc_day_4 Expectations. There are many in life and we often leave disappointed. That didn't happen on Saturday evening in Langley, BC when the Humber College Hawks came from behind to win their second consecutive CCAA Men's Soccer National Championship over a exhausted Seneca Sting team that left everything on the field, but eventually were over powered playing short for most of the game. Here's how things broke down on day four of...

    Courtesy of the ccaa.ca: https://www.ccaa.ca/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/2022_wsc_day_4 So often in sports we build up expectations, only to have big disappointments. The young women from Collège Ahuntsic had these expectations thrust upon them and lived up to the billing on Saturday when they claimed the CCAA Women's Soccer National Championship over the hosts Champlain College Saint-Lambert Cavaliers 1-0. Gold Medal Game: Aigles d'Ahuntsic 1, Ch. Saint-Lambert Cavaliers 0 Courtesy of ccaa.ca: https://ccaasportsacsc.smugmug.com/2022-CCAA-Womens-Soccer-Championship/Gold-Match/i-NVX6F3R/A The Champlain Cavaliers progressed through their brackets to the 2022 CCAA...

    Courtesy of USPORTS.ca: https://usports.ca/en/championships/soccer/m/news/2022/11/4095673315/msoc-game-7 When the year began in 2022 USPORTS Men's Soccer, we knew that it was going to be chalked full of excitement and intrigue. This year has not disappointed, especially at the USPORTS Men's National Soccer Championships in Kamloops, BC. When you get to a National Championship, anything can happen and it is very rare that the host lay an egg. That has followed suit this year with the hosts from Thompson...