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U17 Team Saskatchewan - Head Coach Announcement

11/01/2016, 2:30pm CST
By Football Saskatchewan

Football Saskatchewan is proud to announce that it will be sending a U17 Team Saskatchewan to the 2017 International Bowl being held in Arlington, Texas.  A group of 40 select athletes identified over the past year by Football Saskatchewan’s Selection Committee will play U17 Team USA on January 16, 2017.

The team will be lead by newly appointed head coach Terry Braman from Watrous, SK.  Braman is currently the co-defensive coordinator at Winston Highschool and the General Manager for the U18 Team Saskatchewan that recently won a silver medal at the 2016 Canada Cup.  He has been involved with the U18 program as an associate coach since 2009, coaching linebackers and defensive line.

Braman began his coaching career at Winston Knoll Collegiate in 2002 before moving on to Balfour Collegiate in 2007; his teaching career led him to Biggar, SK where he quickly took over as the Head Coach of the Biggar Blazers.  His involvement in 6-man football has also led him to opportunities coaching at the Can-Am Bowl, holding the title of Head Coach at Can-Am Bowl XVI.

Braman has had success at many levels of football; most recently as the head coach of the U16 Team North Saskatchewan that brought home the Red River Cup title in 2014.  He has been an integral part of numerous provincial titles at the high school level.

Braman’s record of success will help lead Team Saskatchewan at the International Bowl this year.  The rest of the U17 Team Saskatchewan will be announced later this week!

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