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Laval University

Head Coach Glen Constantin

Laval University

Glen Constantin Head Football Coach

Coach Profile

Hired as defensive coordinator with the Rouge et Or in 1996, Glen Constantin took the helm of the team in December 2000. Since then, he has had much success, leading his team to conquer seven Vanier Cups in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013. The 2008 season was the first in history when the Rouge et Or won the Vanier Cup without a loss, completing his career with a record of 12 wins in 12 games. He soon repeated the feat, going undefeated in 2010 with 13 wins in as many games. Coach Constantin was named coach of the year in Quebec four times (2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012). At the end of the seasons 2005 and 2010, he was awarded the Frank Tindall CIS Coach of the Year in Canadian Interuniversity Sport. He was also awarded the honor of the University Coach of the Year in Quebec, all sports, at the Foundation Gala Sports Excellence 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011.

Hometown
  • Quebec, QC (Canada)
Coaches
  • Glen Constantin, HFC
  • Marc Fortier, DC
  • Justin Ethier, OC
  • Raymond Veillette, Physical Prep
  • Carl Brennan, OL
  • Christopher Auger, QBs
  • Brad Collinson, RBs and TEs
  • Spiro Feradouros, DBs
  • Mathieu Bertrand, ST and RBs
  • Mathieu Parent, LBs
Product
  • Tempest FX
Configuration
  • 2 up, 3 down
Mascot
  • Victor
Colors
  • Red & Gold
Notable Alumni
  • Ed Millaire Montreal Canadiens
  • Pierre Harvey Olympic Athlete
  • Louis Garneau Olympic Athlete
  • Marcel Aubut, President Canadian Olympic Committee
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The Laval University football team has long been established as one of the premier football programs in Canadian Interuniversity Sport history. Laval’s first regular season kicked off in 1996, and within three short years the Rouge et Or won their first national championship in 1999. They quickly made a name for themselves as a top team in the league by winning seven more Vanier Cup Championships in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013, making them the winningest team in Canadian championship history.

With Laval’s tradition of winning and excellence, it was no surprise they chose CoachComm’s Tempest FX as their sideline communications system. “We wanted to go with the best, so we went with CoachComm. We could not be more pleased. There is simply nothing that compares to the Tempest FX System on the market,” says Laval’s head coach Glen Constantin.

“ We wanted to go with the best, so we went with CoachComm. We could not be more pleased. There is simply nothing that compares to the Tempest FX System on the market.”

Laval’s regular season attendance can range from 15,000-18,000 people, making crowd noise level an issue. The proven, unmatched audio quality of Tempest FX in noisy  environments is an advantage, and ensures seamless communications throughout the game. Its superior wireless performance and customized configurations continue to be the choice of top teams. These qualities and CoachComm’s guarantee of after-hours game day support give Tempest FX teams the assurance of continued success on and off the field.

2017/09/20