Steve Sumarah

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Steve Sumarah
Carleton Ravens
Place of birth Halifax, Nova Scotia
Career information
Position(s) HC
College St. Francis Xavier
Career history
As coach
1998–2005 Saint Mary's Huskies (OC)
2006–2011 Saint Mary's Huskies (HC)
2012–present Carleton Ravens (HC)
Awards 2009 CIS Coach of the Year
Honours 2x Vanier Cup champion – (2001, 2002)

Steven Sumarah is the current head coach of Carleton University's football team, the Carleton Ravens.[1] After serving as offensive coordinator for the Saint Mary's Huskies for eight seasons, he was promoted to head coach of the program in 2006. He led the team to four straight Loney Bowl championships including an appearance in the 2007 Vanier Cup game. He was named coach of the year in 2009. After his dismissal from the Huskies, he was hired on January 16, 2012 to become the head coach of the Carleton Ravens, who began play in 2013.[2]


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