From minor hockey in his hometown of Thunder Bay, to moving to compete in Jr. A before earning a scholarship in NCAA Division I at Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., Rob Godfrey remains heavily involved in sport.
Now in his eighth year as manager of varsity athletics at Mount Royal University in Calgary, the 36-year-old Lakehead product has accomplished much over two-plus decades of involvement.
This Net Shots Q&A offers insight and reflections on where Godfrey has been in the game, right up to his current role at MRU.
NET SHOTS: What are your duties at Mount Royal?
ROB GODFREY: I oversee the budget and operation of our eight varsity athletic programs, including our men’s and women’s hockey teams. This also includes our integrated support team, which consists of athletic therapists, sport scientists, doctors, sport conditioning staff and other professionals in fields such as mental health and well being, nutrition and academic monitoring.
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