Thanks to Cassandra Carpenter, Garry Gallimore and Teti Kabetu for their Coaching during our Fall Player Developmental Programs

Warriors would like to thank Cassandra Carpenter, Garry Gallimore and Teti Kabetu for their help with our Fall Player Development Programs.

We are currently working to schedule some mini-clinics for players in the near future.



Cassandra as a South Adelaide Panther

Cassandra Carpenter

Coach Carpenter is one of the most decorated players in Ontario women’s university basketball history; finishing her career at Laurentian University in 2008 as the all-time leading scorer in Canadian university women’s basketball. She is a four time Ontario East Division university player of the year and was named to All-Canadian First team three times and second team once. She was also the CIS Rookie of the year in 2003-2004 and is a four time Laurentian University Female Athlete of the Year. Cassandra grew up in Kanata and attended Earl of March Secondary School. After university Cassandra took her talents overseas where she played professionally with the South Adelaide Panthers of the Central Australia Basketball League.

Cassandra has coached at numerous levels including the Ottawa Canstars, Brockville Blazers, Basketball Ontario’s Regional Training Centre in Sudbury, the U18 South Adelaide Club girl’s team in Australia and as an assistant with the Algonquin Thunder. She has also done numerous clinics in Ottawa, Sudbury, Brockville, Winnipeg and Saskatoon.


Garry Gallimore

Garry was a member of the Canadian National Team in 2007, was a 2-time CIS Defensive Player of the Year at St. FX University (2004-05 & 2005-06), and has played basketball professionally in Romania, Canada, and Belgium. Garry is currently an assistant coach with the U of O Mens Varsity  GG’s



Teti Kabetu

Teti was a city all-star throughout his high school career at Brookfield HS in Ottawa. He was named to the OUA all-rookie team and was team captain all five years as an Ottawa GG. Overcoming some adversity on and off the court during his 2nd and 3rd years Teti created a new role for himself in his last two seasons at U of O, changing his game to be one of the best defensive players in the country. Teti is currently coaching with the Ottawa Phoenix basketball club.