The Eastern regional-based giants failed for the fourth consecutive time to win the title after they lost to Mfantsipim in a mind-blowing final at the Aviation Social Centre.
KSTS had been tipped by the bookmakers as one of the sides which had the tenacity to dethroned Mfantsipim.
But they could not live up to their hype as they lost 55-46 to the Cape Coast-based side.
Wolf, who joined the yellow giants at the beginning of the term, was not utterly disappointed with their performances and reckons they will live to fight another day.
“We just have to go back and work harder and hopefully next year, we can do better,” Wolf told BASKETBALLghana.com
“I’m not really sure what went wrong but I guess we had to many turnovers and we missed too many easy shots.
“But then I think we did well on our defense. We did okay.
“It’s an accomplishment but next year we hope to take first.
“No more living in the past. No more third, no more second, we deserve to be first. That’s where we belong.
KSTS will take solace in the fact that their silver-winning feat was their best ever performance in the competition.