Walker Steps Down After a Decade

Walker Steps Down After a Decade

Craig Walker, Head Coach of the Women’s Basketball team has announced that he will be stepping down from his position.

Walker, who has guided the team as head coach for a decade and been with the team for nineteen seasons overall, was a part of two OCAA Championships, four OCAA silver medals and three bronze medals.

A Seneca alum, Walker’s team reached the post-season every year, including a trio of trips to the CCAA National Championship. Overall, Walker led the team to a 110 victories against 78 defeats, including a 13-14 record in post-season action.

John Sharpe, Manager of Athletics and Recreation worked closely with Walker for seven seasons as the Women’s Basketball coordinator.

“We want to thank Craig for his devotion to not only the Women’s Basketball program, but also for his contributions to our department. Craig embodies the Sting culture and has been a great ambassador for the Sting brand. We wish Craig nothing but the best and look forward to seeing him in the gym supporting the Sting in the future.”

The Sting open the regular season in October with tryouts commencing the second week of September.

The search for a new Head Coach will begin immediately. The posting can be found on SenecaSting.ca.