Sutherland Seahawks have a strong tradition of developing gridiron footballers to their full potential – players have progressed from Junior to Colts to Division 1; the very best continuing careers in the United States on NCAA college football scholarships and now the NFL.
The 2019 season will featured Christos Lambropoulos as Head Coach of the Division One program and Daniel Besz as Head Coach of the Colts program.
Christos has forged a successful career establishing the Seahawks Colts program that started a 5 year championship streak after taking over the program in 2012. Moving on to become Head Coach of the Division One team, in 2018 the club climbed into the #3 offensive slot setting multiple records. In 2019 Christos took up the Offensive Coordinators job with the Dusseldorf Panthers of the German Football league.
Daniel took up the Head Coaching job of the Colts team in 2019, taking the squad to a 6th consecutive championship game. Daniel has evolved as a player through Colts and Division One then followed that with a progression of Junior gridiron to Colts level coaching.
The club takes great pride in developing pathways for players to play at the highest levels, providing access to the physical and strategic skills necessary to enrol and play at the collegiate level Players from the Seahawks who have played at NCAA schools.
- Adrian Thomas (Hawaii)
- Blake Muir (Hawaii then transferred to Baylor)
- Sean Muir (Baylor)
- Stuart Lips (Marshall)
- Zac Holman (Illinois)
- Haoping Tang (Colorado State-Pueblo)
The following players have reached the NFL:
- Blake Muir (offensive lineman)
- Zac Holman (wide receiver)