Head Coach: Trevor Challenger

Mens Basketball Head Coach Trevor Challenger Portrait

Afte an exhaustive search the new head coach of the Centennial Colts Mens Varsity Basketball program is named as Trevor Challenger. Trevor has been mentoring student-athletes in CCAA, TDSB and CIS for over 16 years, instilling theimportance of education and teamwork. Coach Challengerprides himself on teaching core values, morals and ethics, while challenging young adults to be professional both on and off the court. Trevor has coached many athletes who have seen success on several levels including high school, college, university and professionally.  Trevor was instrumental on developing 2 CCAA All Canadians Ndale Philbert (George Brown College 2006) and Felix Adjei (Seneca College 2013).  A Level 3 certified coach, Trevor has been a basketball instructor at various camps and clinics throughout the GTA.

During his playing days, Trevor was three-time Ontario high school medalist in basketball and track & field.  He was also honored as a Toronto Star High School All-Star (3 times) while at Runnymede CI. Besides playing in Canada Trevor attended Prep School and College in the United States. Mr.Challenger also won the 1997 OCAA Provincial Championship & CCAA National Championship with Durham College. He also has a OUA Provincial Championship attained while at Ryerson University.

Aside from his coaching duties at Centennial, Trevor is the Head Coach for Central Toronto Academy Junior Boys Basketball Team and is currently in his second season.  Trevor has seen action as an assistant coach at George Brown College (2004 -2007), and Seneca College (2012 – 2015) and now joins Centennial. He believes that his basketball philosophies will mesh well with the COLTS culture in helping student-athletes to prepare for success in the years to come. 

email: tchallenger@centennialcollege.ca

Assistant Coach: Chris Stewart

2015 Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Chris Stewart

After three years of being the Varsity mentor as a student, Chris has officially joined the bench as an assistant coach. Chris is a recent graduate from the Child and Youth Worker program at Centennial College. Achieving the most distinguished prize of the Presidents award, graduating with high honors and a Distinction in Leadership,  Chris will be managing the bulk of the adademic aspect of the team. Keeping guys menatlly focused with thier school work and showing them how to manage thier time on and off the court will be my task but I'm ready Chris says.

Chris has been coaching for multiple years but is challenged with dealing with his first official year at the OCAA level as an assistant coach.

email: cstewart@centennialcollege.ca