Clippers Bid Adieu To Ducharme

By Mike Soulliere

(WINDSOR, ON) – Windsor Clippers head coach Greg Ducharme is calling it a career. Ducharme has decided to retire after 10 seasons as the bench boss with the Clippers. Coach Ducharme, who won a Founders Cup as a member of the 1975 Windsor Warlocks, has been a lifetime volunteer to the lacrosse community. He has served over thirty years as a coach and administrator in the sport that he loves.

During his tenure as the Clippers head coach, Ducharme has compiled a regular season record of 121-76-3. He also has a playoff record of 33-35 over the same period.

Greg led the 2006 Clippers to a silver medal finish in the Founders Cup. Ducharme and his staff were named the 2009 Coaching Staff of the Year in the Ontario Lacrosse Association Junior B League.

The search for a new coach will begin immediately for the Clippers. Anyone interested in this volunteer position can forward their resume by email

The successful candidate must be fully certified under the National Coaching Certification Program at a full Level 2/Competitive Introduction Level 2.


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