Orangeville A’s announce new head coach

August 25, 2016   ·   0 Comments

The Orangeville A’s have announced they have a new head coach for the 2016 / 17 NBLC season.

Brandon Lesovsky is taking over the top spot on the A’s bench.

Lesovksy will be inheriting an A’s squad that finished with a 14-29 record last season.

“I am very thankful and excited to become a part of the A’s organization,” Lesovsky said. “The past three years have been incredibly fun and rewarding and this is anew challenge for me professionally. A big thank you to Jess Tipping and Tony McIntyer or all of the guidance and support and to James Tipping for the new opportunity.”

Lesovsky is from Cuba, Kansas, graduating from Hillcrest High School in 1997.

He later attended Kentucky Wesleyan University and played on the universtiy football team as a wide receiver, graduating in 2001.

He began his coaching career in the Kansas area travelling between Kentucky Wesleyan, Neosho, and Cowley County Community College as an assistant coach.

Recently, Lesovsky has been the head coach of the Athlete Institute Prep team for the previous three years overseeing the mentoring and coaching of several notable alumni.

Lesovsky and the A’s coaching staff will now look towards the NBLC Draft in November hoping to use his recruiting and coaching expertise to formulate a competitive roster.

The National Basketball League of Canada season gets underway in December.

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