Date: Mon, September 21, 2020
Time: 12:00PM - 12:45PM
During National Coaches Week join us for lunch time Q&A’s on coaching and sport leadership in Ontario. September 21st-25th, host Akil Augustine will guide us through conversations on coaching, getting kids active, parasport, inclusion, safe sport, and more! Each session will include open Q&A from participants (that’s you!), so bring your questions! Don’t miss this opportunity to get answers to your burning sport leadership questions.
Join Roy for a conversation about his journey from coaching high school to the NBA, what he’s learned from his 25 years of experience, and why coaching matters from a coach who knows.
Participants receive 1 NCCP PD Point
Roy Rana, Coach for the Sacramento Kings
Roy Rana brings 25 years of coaching experience at the international, collegiate, and high school level and is widely regarded as one of the most decorated coaches in Canadian history. He’s now an assistant coach for the Sacramento Kings. Rana recently served as head coach for Canada’s Senior Men’s National Team during the 2019 FIBA World Cup Americas Qualifiers where he led Canada to a 10-2 record and a first place finish in Group F to secure a 2019 FIBA World Cup bid. Rana also finished his ninth season as the head coach at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he helped guide the Rams to a 31-7 record during the 2018-19 season and a bronze medal finish in the 2019 U SPORTS Men’s Final 8 tournament. Rana ended his tenure at Ryerson with an overall record of 195-87 after being hired as the Rams’ head coach in 2010. Under Rana the Rams made 6 National Championship appearances in his 9 seasons.
Born in Wolverhampton, England, Rana grew up in Toronto where he began his coaching career in 1994 at CW Jeffery’s HS. In 2000 at Eastern Commerce Collegiate Institute, a public high school in Toronto he entered one of the most prolific stages of his career. Over the course of his nine years as the head coach at Eastern Commerce, Rana’s teams finished seven of the nine seasons ranked No. 1 in Canada as he finished with a 256-39 record as head coach of the Saints and won a record 5 Ontario Championships. He was awarded many accolades during the nine-year span, including the 2009 High School Coach of the Year in Canada Award, 2003, 2004, 2006 Canadian High School Coach of the Year and the 2003 Toronto Sun High School Coach of the Year.
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