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Bosir to apprentice as coach

Princess Margaret Secondary graduate Ali Bosir will serve as an apprentice coach with the KPU Eagles next season. - COURTESY KPU ATHLETICS
Princess Margaret Secondary graduate Ali Bosir will serve as an apprentice coach with the KPU Eagles next season.
— image credit: COURTESY KPU ATHLETICS

After five years on the court with the Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) Eagles, Ali Bosir will be on the sidelines.

The graduate of Princess Margaret Secondary has accepted an offer from the KPU Athletics Department to serve as an apprentice coach with the men's basketball program.

As an apprentice coach, Bosir will report directly to the head coach. (KPU is accepting applications for the head coach position.)

In five seasons as an Eagle, Bosir played in 86 Pacific Western Athletic Conference (PACWEST) games, scoring 1,112 points  (12.93 points per game), while grabbing 797 rebounds (9.27) and earning 145 assists (1.69). He was named a second team PACWEST all-star in 2012-13.

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