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Canada's Coach Wooden


BRANDON, MANITOBA. October 19, 2004

Former players and associates of the Brandon Bobcats will be holding a dinner to pay tribute to Coach Jerry Hemmings, long-time coach of Brandon University Men's Basketball team.

Coach Hemmings' illustrious career has spanned over 30 years and he is the winningest coach in Canadian university sports history. In a coaching career that started in 1974, Coach Hemmings won 734 games, 19 conference titles and four national championships. He truly built the Bobcats into a Tradition of Excellence.

In 1991, Coach Hemmings led Canada's National Student team to a silver medal in the World University Games. He was assistant coach on the Canadian National "A" team in '89, '90 and '94.

Coach Hemmings 734 career wins would place him 15th overall among NCAA Division 1 coaches, and ahead of established bench bosses like John Chaney (Temple), Mike Krzyzewski (Duke) and Lute Olsen (Arizona).

The Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be former Brandon University PA Announcer Brian Marshall, while former BU Athletic Director, George Birger and Portage-Lisgar MP, Brian Pallister, who played under Coach Hemmings in the late 70s will also deliver remarks.

Coach Hemmings love of basketball and the City of Brandon, his dedication and commitment to youth, to his family, friends and student-athletes are but a few reasons to honour him and his family.

The Coach Jerry Hemmings Tribute Dinner will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2004 at the Victoria Inn Imperial Ballroom in Brandon, MB.

Tickets are $50 per person or $400 for a table of eight. For ticket information, please call Don Curtis (204) 725-1456, Ray Brownlee (204) 725-0555 or Mark Plamondon (204) 724-0987.

All net proceeds from the evening will go to the 2006 Canadian Special Olympics Smmer Games.


Mark Plamondon, (204) 724-0987,

Or Jude Kelly, (416) 503-8457,

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