Thursday, August 20, 2015

Winnipeg Wolves Add 2003s Team Coached by Peter Robertson-Stovel

The Winnipeg Wolves Basketball Club is pleased to announce the addition of 2014 WMBA Coach of the Year, Peter Robertson-Stovel, to their always expanding Wolves Coaching Staff.

For the upcoming 2015-2016 club basketball season, Coach Robertson-Stovel will coach an additional Wolves team being offered for male athletes born in 2003 or later.

As always, the Wolves will provide an open try-out for the new team. Please see details provided below:

Winnipeg Wolves 2003s (Roberston-Stovel) Tryout Schedule
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Head Coach
Glenlawn Collegiate
2003 Boys (Gr. 7)

Please check back with us for further updates!

Important Notes for All Male Athletes Attending Boys Team Tryouts:
  • Location: Glenlawn Collegiate - 770 Saint Mary's Road, Winnipeg, MB
  • There will be a charge of $25 per player, which must be paid at the initial tryout
  • Please bring a reversible jersey (or bring a dark-colored and light-colored shirt) to each tryout
  • Please bring your own basketball
  • Please bring your own water bottle
  • Please complete and submit the registration form to the coaches at the initial tryout
If you have any general questions, please feel free to contact our organization through e-mail at

Peter Robertson-Stovel (Head Coach)
The 2014 WMBA Coach of the Year and a nominee for the Coaching Manitoba 2015 Vince Leah Memorial Award, Peter Robertson-Stovel has been coaching boys in the WMBA for 15 years. Throughout his time in the WMBA with the Riverview program, Peter demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the Fair Play Code. Without exception, the athletes on his teams love the game, the camaraderie they have with their fellow team mates, and their admiration for their coach. Peter's calm demeanor and composed leadership style ensure his players behave in a respectful manner during all practice and games. Always generous with his acknowledgement of successful plays by both teams, Peter enables his players to recognize that competition is a shared experience, where athletes can learn from each other.  Peter ensures that his athletes are vigorously engaged, but that they remain respectful of officials while keeping winning in perspective.