Athlete of the Year (UW Collegiate, Winnipeg, MB)
College Playing Experience (Uinversity of Winnipeg College)
2 Years Head Coach Maccabi Games Canadian Team
2 Years Head Coach (UW Collegiate, Winnipeg, MB)
2 Years Head Coach (Triumph)
Born and raised in Winnipeg, David played basketball has had a passion for basketball since he began playing at the age of 5, running the point in the WNBA for 13 years. As he developed, he spent time competing with the Junior Bisons at the University of Manitoba.
David's ambitions as a player led him to play his High School basketball at the University of Winnipeg Collegiate, where he was awarded Athlete of the Year, and later for College Wesmen at the University of Winnipeg. He has also been a prominent figure as both a player, and now as a coach for Team Canada's teams for the Maccabi Games.
His experiences with basketball encouraged him to study Kinesiology at the University of Winnipeg, following that up by attending University of Manitoba where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Education, which has resulted in his position as a P.E. teacher at several different schools in Winnipeg.
In addition to his formal education, David has shaped himself as an NCCP certified coach with a significant amount of practical experience as an Assistant Coach with the University of Winnipeg (2007), and as the Head Coach of the U of W Collegiate, St. Johns Ravenscourt and St Norbert High School teams. Most recently, David was appointed in the role of Athletic Director at Isaac Newton School, and has spent the past year competing and travelling with Triumph 204 in Edmonton, Calgary, Minneapolis, Chicago and most recently at the prestigious CNIT in Burlington, Ontario.