Coach Sean Brown is another Wildcat alumnus who came back to coach. Sean has been coaching the Offensive Line since 2014, and is described by his athletes as “quiet but motivating”. Sean isn’t one of the coaches you can hear from the other side of the field, but when he speaks, all of his players are paying attention. Sean uses his sense of humour as one of his coaching tactics, finding the balance between keeping practices intense and keeping them engaging. On behalf of the Offensive Line, thank you Coach Brown!


SchutteCoach Dan Schutte is the embodiment of what a true Wildcat is. Dan was a Defensive Lineman from 2002-2006 before he moved on to play for St. Mary’s University for 5 seasons. He was one of the top defensive linemen at both the CJFL and CIS levels, and has the awards to back it up. In 2013, Dan joined our coaching staff to pass on his knowledge and experience of the game to the next generation of Wildcats. Dan is a quiet coach, but never hesitates to say what needs to be said. His athletes describe him as the “toughest looking teddy bear we’ve ever seen”.  Dan not only pushes his athletes to be better on the field, but he also is the first to share stories of what the team was like back when he played, and what it means to be a Wildcat. On behalf of the Defensive Line, thank you Coach Schutte!


Coach Jody Hancock has the most diverse Wildcat experience of all the coaches. He played from 1994-1999 where he was an All-Canadian in 1998 and the team MVP in both 1998 and 1999. In 2004, he returned to the team and coached the DB’s until 2006. In 2014, he returned to coach the Linebackers, and then in 2015 took a break from coaching to join the Board of Directors where he was instrumental in developing major grant applications as well as the restructuring of the board. He returned to coaching in 2016 and is again working with the Linebackers. Jody has a calm presence and is very successful at getting his athletes calmed down during intense periods of practice/games so they can listen and re-focus. He is often seen going through film with players prior to practice, and is always accessible to them for questions or to be a sounding board. On behalf of all of the Linebackers, thank you Coach Hancock!