Women's Basketball Coach
Mr. Anthony Wilson
Anthony Wilson has been named the Cougars’ women’s basketball coach for the 2012-2013 season. Coach Wilson has been intricately involved with Cougar basketball, most recently serving as assistant coach of the men's basketball team under Coaches Wubbena and Champion. A former 4-year Cougar player and graduate, Wilson is a two-time NCCAA All-American and a member of the CCC Hall of Fame. Coach Wilson also serves as the director of admissions for CCC.
Coach Wilson said, "I am excited about the opportunity to coach the Women’s Basketball team. Their success over the last few seasons speaks for itself. I want to win championships, but, more importantly, I want the women’s basketball team to further develop their relationship with the Lord and learn to use basketball as a means of living out the Gospel before others.”
Sarah Trill, sophomore commuter student and Cougar basketball player, has known Coach Wilson for years. As the daughter of alumnus and local pastor, Matt Trill, she is looking forward to what he will bring to the team. “I am so excited for the Lady Cougars this season. Coach Wilson has been a great leader in my church and I am sure he will be a great coach for the Lady Cougars. I know he will push the team to work hard, and I can’t wait to see what God has in store for this year.”
We are pleased to have Coach Wilson’s experience and solid philosophy of Christian athletics as an addition to our coaching staff. Athletic Director Mike Touma said, "I am very excited to have Anthony Wilson as the new women's basketball coach. His passion and knowledge for the game, as well as his ability to coach will make an immediate impact on the program."
Schedules and Scores
One of CCC's most decorated athletes, Tori is a junior biology major. "Having transferred to Clearwater in the middle of my sophomore year, I was very
uneasy about the new environment I would soon be entering. However, the Lord made this transition extremely easy. Spiritually, the family environment
has allowed me to create friendships that have challenged me in my walk with Christ. Academically, the teacher's personal desire is for each student
to perform at his highest potential so they are willing to help each student outside the classroom. Athletically, the Lord has allowed me to be a part
of the college's soccer and basketball teams. As I look back, it's obvious to see that transferring to CCC was one of the best decisions that I have
made for my spiritual, emotional and academic well-being."