The NAIT Department of Athletics is pleased to announce Sinead Cheah as the new badminton head coach. Cheah replaces Jordan Richey who decided had coached the team for the past 17 seasons.
The NAIT Ooks badminton program is looking for a new head coach. This is a 1-year position with the possibility of extension.
Badminton Head Coaching Position NAIT Athletics Department
The NAIT Ooks won 2 Gold medals and a Bronze in Nanaimo, BC at the 2016 CCAA National Championships March 2-5 hosted at Vancouver Island University.
Nick Roque of the NAIT Ooks has been named the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Male Badminton Player of the Year.
The NAIT Ooks badminton team continued their dominance of the ACAC at the final regular season tournament and repeated as ACAC Team Champions.
Sinead Cheah (Coach)
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