Wilfried Monthe



Wilfried has been a high level athlete all his life. After years spent in France where he played for the professional team of FC Metz, he moved to Montreal where he won the provincial championship with Cavelier-de-Lasalle High School and the Lac Saint Louis Lakers. Thanks to his remarkable performance, he obtained a scholarship to join the University of Maine where he won the national championship while being a 2-time member of the All American First Team, and member of the national championship team in 2014. He won the title of Teammate of the Year in 2014 and the Hector Trophy which represents the athlete with the most determination and team spirit. On the social aspect he was president of student for his high school, vice-president of the international student association in college, member of the history club and member of the association of students in secondary education. On the academic side, he was 5 times on the Dean List (students who maintained an average of 3.5 GPA per semester) and received a All American Academic in 2015.

He graduated with a bachelor's degree in social science (Honorable Mention) with a concentration in Secondary Education, a Minor in History and a Associate in General Study.
Member of the Canadian society of sociology, Wilfried is passionate about sport, education and self development. Wilfried has completed a formation in neurolinguistic programming to help him on is mission witch is: to help students/athletes reach their full potential athletically, socially and academically.

"For me, the essential in sport is the self-transcendence to which it constantly forces us."
- Nancy Horowitz Kleinbaum -