Congratulations to Camrose Lutheran College alum Rob Daum for being recognized by the Sports Wall of Fame as a 2018 UAlberta Alumni Award Recipient!
Daum was a part of Camrose Lutheran College’s Class of 1978 and played Vikings hockey while on campus, before going on to study at the University of Alberta’s North Campus.
Check out his bio below, and visit the UAlberta Alumni Awards Recipient page for more information on others recognized, and 2018 Alumni Awards Ceremony date. Congratulations, Rob!
In the world of hockey, Rob Daum’s name is followed by a list of records and a reputation as one of the finest technical coaches in professional hockey. As the head coach of the Golden Bears from 1995 to 2005, he led the team to three national championships and nine consecutive national competitions. He coached the second-most games in Alberta men’s hockey history, was named Canada West’s coach of the year five times and national coach of the year twice. After the Bears, Daum became assistant coach of the Austrian national team, participating in the 2014 Winter Olympics, then coached the Austrian Hockey League team EHC Black Wings Linz, leading the team to the most wins in the history of the league. Daum is currently coaching the Iserlohn Roosters in the DEL in Germany.