Most Sportsmanlike Coach

All nominees will be considered for a Sportsmanship in Coaching certificate by the Executive Committee and will also be considered for the ASAA’s annual Most Sportsmanlike Coach award.

In submitting your nomination, please comment on why you are nominating the person, taking the following into consideration:

The coach has, by example, consistently shown good sportsmanship while coaching and has brought credit to him/herself and the school.

Further, the coach shows:

- proper acceptance of officials’ judgements/decisions
- positive encouragement of player performance and bench behaviour
- general deportment and interaction with other coaches and athletes

You can provide specific examples if you wish.



Your name and school. Please note - submissions are welcome from students, parents and others, but should be directed through the school.
Name and school of nominee
Sport(s) the nominee coaches
Include relevant testimonials, references

Deadline: April 1, Annually


Email: ASAA Sportsmanship Commissioner Bonnie Fasoli at

Mail: ASAA, 11759 Groat Road Edmonton AB T5M 3K6

Fax: 780-415-1833

Adjudication: The ASAA Sportsmanship Commissioner and the ASAA Executive Committee will adjudicate this award.

Nominations are due April 1, Annually for the Most Sportsmanlike Coach Award

  • 2015
    Edmund Crame
    of St. Martin de Porres
    Airdrie, AB
  • 2014
    Justin Sauve
    of Bonnyville Centralized High School
    Bonnyville, AB