Wayne Fish
Wayne Fish

Wayne joined the Sheridan Athletic Department in 2003 as the lead varsity coordinator and his impact was immediately felt.

He engineered the return of women's basketball to the varsity level and was the point-person for a team that would go on to win three consecutive OCAA Championships. In 2009, they became the first OCAA women's basketball program to reach a national championship game.

He chaired many championship events at Sheridan, including women's OCAA basketball; men's and women's OCAA soccer; men's OCAA volleyball; the inaugural OCAA women's rugby 7's championship; and the CCAA men's soccer national championship tournament in 2014, where the Double Blue brought home the Gold.

Most recently, while he battled the illness to which he eventually succumbed, Wayne coordinated the men's rugby program that won its first ever OCAA title.

Wayne also carved out time to contribute at the provincial association level, spending considerable time both as the Vice President - Programs and as a convenor for OCAA Volleyball. Wayne passed away on Feb. 8, 2018.