Laval coaches are ‘best in the country’

Laval adds a local commit to their 2018 class.

By Daniel Mallard.

Gloire Muganda, a running back from Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy, already lives in Québec City, Québec, so he saw no reason to leave, which prompted him to signed with the University of Laval Rouge et Or.

The cost of living in a city that isn’t your hometown can be expensive. That’s why Muganda said that financially it was better for him to attend Laval. Oh, and then there were the coaches. He said he chose Laval because of the coaching staff, who are “the best in the country I think.”

Muganda, who is 5’8, 200lbs, spent five years with Les Faucons Porte-du-Nord (RSEQ) and one with Le Blizzard du Séminaire St-François (RSEQ). He won a championship while in high school and a Bol d’Or with Le Notre-Dame du CNDF (RSEQ Division 1). He is interested in taking social work.


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