Years: 28; 21 as HC
Coach Sargeant is in his 21st year as Head Coach and 28th straight year as a coach with the Saskatoon Hilltops. He is proud to be connected to a great group of coaches and motivated players. This group has won 11 Canadian Championships since 2001 and 7 out the last 8 CJFL Canadian Championships.
Having completed his Level 4 through Football Canada, he has great respect for the Directorship which allows the coaching staff to work with US colleges and their coaching staffs to keep developing their football knowledge. Having had the opportunity to be a Head Coach in high school with the Evan Hardy Souls, he was very fortunate to be a part of 3 City Championships and 2 Provincial Championships.
As the team gets ready to attack the “Drive for 5” in 2018, Coach Sargeant knows his best fans Kris, Macy and Abby will be with him every step of the way. Away from football, Coach Sargeant is the Principal of Walter Murray Collegiate.
Coach Fisher enters his fifth season and fourteenth overall coaching with the Blue and Gold. Dave’s first nine years were spent as the Offensive Line coach from 1998-2006. One of Coach Sarge’s original staff members, Fisher has made the transition to the defensive side off the ball, where he has spent the last four years working with the defensive line.
Honoured to represent the rich Hilltop tradition, Fisher has contributed to eight National Championship teams, one as a player (1991), and seven as an assistant coach. A Vanier Cup Champion (1996) and former head coach of both Mount Royal and Centennial Collegiate (City Champions 2010), Fisher has committed the last 25 years to coaching young men the values and teamwork required to compete at the highest level.
In support, you will find wife, Patti, daughters Emma and Olivia, and son Davey cheering on the Toppers in their quest for a fifth straight CJFL Championship. Away from the game, Coach Fisher is currently the Vice Principal at Nutana Colligate.
Barclay enters his second season as the Hilltop Receivers/ Ice Conditioning Coach. He brings a great passion, knowledge, and excitement to the program. Barclay comes to the Hilltops after broadcasting games for Hilltops and Huskies over the past ten years.
He has been a fixture in the local sports community coaching baseball, hockey, fastball, and basketball. In his playing days, the Holy Cross grad was a leader with the U of S Huskies Football program. He played defensive back for five years, 1982 through 1986.
Barclay was known for his toughness and tenacity as well as well as his great passion for the game. Barclay graduated from the U of S with a degree in Economics and a certificate in Public Administration. He went on to own and operate his own businesses spanning the western provinces over the past 25 years.
Barclay has been married to his wife, Kelly, for 26 years. They have two children, Kennedy and Wyatt.