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Warren Craney

Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator

York Co.

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York Co.

130 Ian Macdonald Blvd

Toronto, Ontario,M3J 1P3

Canada

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Employment History

Head Football Coach

York University


Defensive Coordinator

Vanier College


Guest Coach

University of Nebraska


Defensive Coordinator

Concordia Student Union


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York University Lions Athletics - Staff Directory

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Warren Craney
Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator wcraney@yorku.ca 416-736-2100 ext. 22902


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Warren Craney
York University Lions Athletics - Staff Directory York University Lions Athletics Warren Craney Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator Phone: 416-736-2100 ext. 22902 Email: wcraney@yorku.ca Warren Craney joined the Lions football team as head coach in 2010 and is the ninth coach in program history. He is also the team’s defensive coordinator. In addition to his tremendous work with the Lions, Craney has also asserted himself as one of the top coaches in the country. In 2013 he was named the head coach of the Canadian junior national team for the 2014 and 2016 International Federation of American Football (IFAF) U19 world championships. In 2014 he led the Canadians to a silver-medal finish in Kuwait, and he previously served as the defensive coordinator for Team Canada twice, helping the squad upset the United States in the final to win the gold medal in 2012 and also winning a silver medal in 2009. Craney also served as the defensive coordinator for Team World at USA Football’s International Bowl for three years (2010-12) and returned as a defensive coach in each of the last three years (2013-15). In 2012, the game was historic as the international team defeated the Americans for the first time thanks to Craney’s Team World defence, which held Team USA to 254 yards of total offence. He has also been part of the coaching staffs for each of the last six East West Bowls (2009-14). Craney came to York from Concordia University, where he spent seven seasons as the defensive coordinator and three before that as the defensive line coach. Since 2000, the Stingers have been a perennial top 10 team and the defence has been near the top of Quebec and Canadian statistical charts. A native of Montreal, Craney joined Concordia’s coaching staff after a three-year stint as the defensive coordinator at Vanier College. Throughout his coaching career, which has spanned nearly two decades, he has also served as a guest coach at the University of Michigan Football School and University of Nebraska in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and with several teams in the Canadian Football League (CFL).Â


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In addition to Craney, the coaching staff returns three as BRIAN GUEBERT (special teams coordinator / defensive line) and KAMAU PETERSON (receivers) return for their third respective U-19 World Championships while KEVIN MACNEILL (defensive coordinator) returns for his second worlds, inheriting the defensive coordinator role from Craney.
In addition to Craney, the coaching staff returns three as BRIAN GUEBERT (special teams coordinator / defensive line) and KAMAU PETERSON (receivers) return for their third respective U-19 World Championships while KEVIN MACNEILL (defensive coordinator) returns for his second worlds, inheriting the defensive coordinator role from Craney. "The coaching staff we've assembled includes some of the top coaches in Canada," head coach, Warren Craney said. Craney believes that the annual International Bowl series in late January or early February between Canada and the US will help acclimatize the team to international play. Warren Craney Warren Craney, head coach and defensive backs - York University Warren Craney returns for his second term as Junior National Team head coach after leading Canada to silver at the 2014 IFAF U-19 World Championship in Kuwait. The program's third head coach, Craney is a veteran of international football having served as defensive coordinator under head coach Noel Thorpe on Canada's gold medal winning entry at the 2012 IFAF U-19 World Championship. Coach Craney has also been involved with the IFAF World Team since its inception in 2010. The three-time World Team defensive coordinator (2010-2012) most recently served as defensive backs coach in 2013. Craney joined the York University Lions in 2010 as the ninth head (football) coach in school history. Prior to York, he spent seven seasons at Concordia University as defensive coordinator and the three before as defensive line coach. A native of Montreal, Craney joined Concordia's coaching staff after a three-year stint as defensive coordinator at Vanier College. Returning from the 2014 staff is KEVIN MACNEILL who will assume the defensive coordinator duties from Craney.


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Warren Craney
Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator 416-736-2100 ext. 22902 wcraney@yorku.ca


Warren Craney: York Lions

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Warren Craney
Warren Craney Warren Craney joined the Lions football team as head coach in 2010 and is the ninth coach in program history. His first recruiting class, in 2011, was tremendous with more than 50 new players, and the team came together to give Craney is first CIS victory as a head coach, a 20-18 overtime win over the Waterloo Warriors. In addition to his tremendous work with the Lions, Craney has also asserted himself as one of the go-to coaches in the country. He has served as the defensive coordinator for Team World at USA Football's International Bowl in each of the last three years. The most recent game, played in February 2012, was historic as the international team defeated the Americans for the first time and in that game, Craney's Team World defence held Team USA to 254 yards of total offence. Craney was also the defensive coordinator for Team Canada at the 2009 Junior World Championship, winning a silver medal with the squad, and has been part of the coaching staffs for each of the last three East West Bowls (2009-11). Craney came to York from Concordia University, where he spent seven seasons as the defensive coordinator and three before that as the defensive line coach. Since 2000, the Stingers have been a perennial top 10 team and the defence has been near the top of Quebec and Canadian statistical charts. A native of Montreal, Craney joined Concordia's coaching staff after a three-year stint as the defensive coordinator at Vanier College. Throughout his coaching career, which has spanned nearly two decades, he has also served as a guest coach at the University of Michigan Football School and University of Nebraska in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and with several teams in the Canadian Football League (CFL). His arrival at York united him with head coach Warren Craney, who he previously worked with at Concordia as an assistant defensive coordinator. Laflamme also worked with Craney for three years in the late '90s at Vanier College.


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