In 2001, Chris Green was first hired as a part-time
assistant coach of the Canadian Senior National Team, working alongside then
head coach Stelio DeRocco.
Green assumed his position full-time at the start of the
During his tenure as assistant coach the team
participated in three NORCECA Championships (2003, 2005, 2007), three America's
Cups (2001, 2005, 2007), the 2003 World Cup, 2003 Pan American Games, 2006
World Championship and 2007 World League.
His involvement with Team Canada has not only been
limited to the role of an assistant as his resume also includes several head
coach positions with the men's program. Green led Canada's men's A2 team at the
2008 Bolivar Cup in Argentina, 2007 Pan American Cup in the Dominican Republic
and the 2006 Anton Furlani International Cup in Ottawa.
Coach Green assumed the role of head coach of Canada's
Junior Men's National Team in 2008, the same year he led the junior Canucks to
a second-place finish at the Junior Men's NORCECA Continental Championship in El
Salvador, which earned the team a berth at this summer's Junior Men's World
Championship in Pune, India from July 31-August 9.