Distinguished Warriors alumni Sam Sabourin, who was an All-Canadian playing for the Queens Gaels, has launched a special training plan for Bell Warriors athletes. Based out of Stittsville, Sam is the owner of Between the Bumpers. Go to this link for more details: http://tiny.cc/ob0usz
Prior to Sam starring with Queens Gaels, Sam was the a multi-major award winner with the Warriors starting with Best OL at Tyke, MVP Tyke, Best Defensive Player Mosquito, MVP Mosquito, Coaches Choice Pee Wee, Coaches Choice Bantam and finally MVP at Bantam. Sam was also a two-time winner of the Jim Wagdin Bell Warriors Scholarship. His playing days at Queens were just as impressive seeing him win the 2010-11 OUA Rookie of the Year, CIS Defensive player of the week, OUA Defensive player of the week twice, set school record for solo tackles in a season with 50 (2nd most in CIS), and set a school single game record for solo tackles in a game with 13 vs. McMaster.
Sam would have been a top 10 CFL Canadian draft pick but chose to move on to the business world. Sam has been described as the best football player never to play pro, after declaring himself ineligible for the CFL draft. He has worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, and lectured at multiple universities, early in his career, and is now doing some great things for competitive athletes and regular people alike!
THANKS SAM FOR REMEMBERING YOUR ROOTS AND STEPPING UP TO SUPPORT OUR WARRIORS!