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QUICK FACTS University of Guelph Founded: 1964 Enrollment: 18,200

President & Vice-Chancellor: Franco Vaccarino

Associate V.P. Student Affairs: Brenda Whiteside University Website: www.uoguelph.ca

Gryphon Football Quick Facts Director of Athletics: Tom Kendall

Football Stadium: Alumni Stadium Playing Surface: Field Turf Nickname: Gryphons

Colours: Red, Black & Gold Conference: OUA

Head Coach: Stu Lang (5th Year) 2013 Gryphons Record: 8-2

2013 OUA Finish: 2nd (Tied)

Gryphon Football Contact Info

50 Stone Road E. Guelph, Ontario Canada, N1G 2W1 519.824.4120 Ext. 53406 Fax: 519.766.9563 Email: football@uoguelph.ca

State-Of-The-Art Field & Track Alumni Stadium got a facelift in 2012. The expansion and renovation project included a new synthetic turf field and an international-calibre eight-lane track. This Revolution turf product from Field Turf is the number one football field in North America and the main choice of professional teams. The alternating greens and distinctive red and black checkerboard end zones will be much talked about.

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2014 SCHEDULE: Sept. 1 @ McMaster – 1PM Sept. 6 vs. Toronto – 1PM Home Opener/O-Week Sept. 13 @ Ottawa – 1PM Sept. 20 vs. Queen’s – 1PM Homecoming Oct. 4 @ Windsor – 1PM Oct. 10 vs. Carleton – 7PM United Way Game Oct. 18 vs. Western – 1PM Breast Cancer Awareness Game Oct. 25 @ Laurier – 1PM

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

The community of Guelph and Gryphon Football are growing stronger together year after year. Gryphon Football student-athletes and staff are constantly challenging each other to give back to the City of Guelph and football communities across Canada. This football program is made up of players and coaches from across Canada, that all give back to their respective communities in a positive capacity. Locally, Gryphon football student-athletes dedicate their time to the Upper Grand District School Board and the Wellington Catholic District School Board. Our student-athletes lead programs such as flag football clinics, high school football courses, power of positive choice days and participate in boardwide conferences such as RISE (Recognizing Internal Strength for Empowerment) which allows players to connect with and mentor younger students. As well, the Gryphons donated one of their post-practice dinners to the Guelph Drop-In Centre in support of the Athletic Department’s United Way Campaign. In addition, several Gryphons participated in the Hope House’s second annual Souperlicious lunch fundraiser which raised $3,700 for the organization. The Gryphons are also a fixture in local community activities. Veterans Fraser Speakman, Robert Farquharson, Jeff Finley, Dylan Husty, and Jacob Harpell are building upon what alumni Zach Androschuk, Jarryd Baines, Luke Nangle, Taylor Palmer, and Mackenzie McLaughlin have shown in how to give back. Support of local initiatives such as the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl-a-Thon and Wheels in Motion are yearly activities that Gryphons participate in. A fundraising campaign that is close to Gryphon Football hearts is the Do it For Dan Campaign. The campaign is named after Gryphon Football friend Dan Edwards and began in 2007, raises money for spinal cord injuries. This past May, Dave Rossetti, Pat McGrath, Tristan Doughlin, and Andrew Graham planted the Gryphon flag on a global level participating in the Me to We mission to Ecuador. The four Gryphons built a school and assisted with other development projects. They experienced remarkable biodiversity and gained first-hand experience with environmental and development issues, as well as built lifelong skills through leadership and global development workshops. Moving forward, this will be a yearly mission for four Gryphon Football players.

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Each summer, Alumni Stadium opens its doors to hundreds of youth within the community who come to participate in week-long flag football camps run by Gryphon Football players and staff. Growing more popular is the Elite High School Football Camp in August. This camp is run by Gryphon coaches and players and provides high school football players to experience University level coaching and understand what it takes to be a Gryphon. This past summer the Guelph Bears of the OFC (Ontario Football Conference) joined forces with the Gryphons and became the Guelph Junior Varsity and Varsity Gryphons. This major alignment has allowed Gryphon Football players to volunteer as coaches throughout the summer. The players are also involved in volunteering their time at Guelph Minor Football practices to teach the fundamentals of the game. Our coaches are also active in surrounding communities through their participation in various clinics and organizations including: Brantford Bison Coaching Clinic, Hamilton Ironmen Junior Varsity Football Program, Burlington Stampeders Football Program, Mississauga Warriors Football Program, Halton Cowboys Football Program, OLMC Player Clinic, Gryphon Offensive Line Clinic, Guest Speakers at Canada Football Chat Coaches Clinic, Learning Facilitators for the NCCP (National Coaching Certification Program), Provincial Coaching Staff for the OFA (Ontario Football Alliance), National Coaching Staff for Football Canada, Regional All-Star Game Coaching Staff, and supporters of BC High School Football Association.


The Gryphon Football High Performance Training Centre was officially opened in January 2011. Located on the second floor of Alumni Stadium, the Performance Centre is a state-of-the art athletic performance facility. The facility has been designed and updated by a team of sports performance experts to ensure that everything needed to create peak performance is addressed. • Full-time Strength & Conditioning Coach fully dedicated to Gryphon Football year-round • Yearly Training Plan designed to meet the needs of football, the position and the individual • Custom designed and built rubber inter-locking flooring • 45m Olympic-grade mondo surface sprint-training track • 6 stand alone custom built power racks • 6 stand alone, in-floor Olympic weightlifting platforms with elite competition grade bars and bumper plates • 3 sets of dumbells from 5-125lbs • Jump mats to monitor power output and athlete readiness • Electronic timing equipment to monitor and test speed training • Exercise bikes • Variety of plyometric jump boxes • A windowed high performance assessment office/viewing area

Athletic Therapy Treatment The University of Guelph Football Program offers a unique facility to our student athletes. Alumni Stadium houses a state of the art Athletic Therapy treatment facility, which is directly connected to the Gryphons’ locker room.

GRYPHON STRENGTH

High Performance Training Centre

The room boasts two hot/cold tubs, along with access to a Certified Athletic Therapist for treatment. The room has been newly renovated to include brand new modalities inclusive of machines, brand new treatment plinths, and ample storage space. The space offers an area for the athletes to be rehabilitated from injury, including therapeutic exercise and manual techniques. Athletes have access to this facility and treatment opportunities year round. The proximity and ease of booking appointments encourages compliance and a faster return to activity. gryphons.ca


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VS Laurier 21-7 W

VS Windsor 24-23 W

VS Toronto 38-12 W

VS McMaster 24-22 W

VS Waterloo 41-19 W

VS York 33-7 W

VS Carleton 48-12 W

VS Queen’s 37-23 L

O U A 1/4 F IN A L S

OUA SEMI FINALS VS Queen’s 34-17 L

VS Windsor 31-21 W

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Se a s o n Re c ord

8-2

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SEASON OUTLOOK In the last three years our coaching staff has taken the football program from two wins to the OUA Finals. They have changed the culture and energized a fan base. The next challenge: sustaining success and of course, winning a Yates and Vanier Cup title. In 2013, the season was another year of continued progress for the Gryphons with back-toback 7-1 regular seasons. There were flashes of brilliance seen, but still mixed in were some challenges and inconsistency. This fall, the Gryphons will be looking to turn the corner and take the next step. “In the last two years we have won more league games than any other OUA team but we have not yet achieved our goal of winning the Yates Cup,” commented head coach Stu Lang. “Our dedicated coaching staff which began four years ago has a team filled with our recruits, so we are excited about finally breaking through. Our players, led by a dedicated

group of seniors, want to ‘finish’ the journey.”

Offence: Offensively in 2013 the Gryphons were full

of veteran leadership. Graduating seniors Saxon Lindsey and Cameron Thorn tallied breakout seasons with Lindsey setting a new personal best in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns in a season, while Thorn earned second team All-Canadian status as an offensive guard.

understand the game. He’s a very exciting QB to watch and this year look to see him emerge as a cerebral decision maker taking his game to the next level. The coaching staff expects great things from Lindsey coming off a good showing at the East-West all-star game and spending time with the Toronto Argonauts during their training camp.

In 2014, the Gryphons will be looking to turn the corner and take the next step. Two years in a row they have performed well in the regular season which has set the expectations high. Now in the fourth year with the same offence fans should see the playbook opening up and timing looking even better. The running game will continue to be dynamic with the duo of veteran Rob Farquharson and rookie Johnny Augustine now having experience in the CIS. Quarterback Jazz Lindsey is showing that he is continuing to grow and

The Gryphons will also be dealing with the graduation of a great class of veterans, most noticeably at offensive line and receiver. Four dressers at each spot graduated this past season including Jake Piotrowski and Cameron Thorn who have both signed with CFL teams. At receiver, Dillon Dimitroff and Saxon Lindsey will be missed as great leaders and go-to playmakers.

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Key returning players at the receiver spot will be Alex Charette and A’dre Fraser. Both of these players started last year and will have to step up as the new leaders of the receiving core. Fraser has big play ability and will be able to stretch the field vertically even better than previous seasons. Charette has grown into a very dynamic weapon with both size and speed. He showed that he can be an every-down receiver with play ability and the grittiness to block anyone on the field. The coaching staff expect Charette to become a leader this season after a great showing at the East-West All-star game in May. Adding depth to this receiving core will be a combination of Marcus Joseph, Trey Gervais and Quincey Reid who add size and speed to a group that has shrunk due to graduation this off-season. On the offensive line the return of Matthew Nesbitt, Cam Wilhelm and Kyle Fraser to anchor the OL will be crucial. These players have been seeing time since being freshman and are now the leaders on that big OL. Also on the offensive line, Arran MacRae and Andrew Pickett were two highly recruited prospects and will look to come in and push right away to play. The pair are both a great combination of size and athleticism at their position. Lastly at the QB spot, James Roberts comes with a long resume. He has represented his province on three occasions, and had incredible success at both the high school and OVFL level.

Defence: The 2013 defence entered the season with

many new faces and a lot of questions about whether these new players could repeat the same type of performance as the veterans showed the previous season. After holding opponents to a mere 332 yards per game, good enough for first in the OUA and fifth in the CIS, and 17 points allowed per game, the majority of those questions have been answered. Taylor Palmer and Vince Lonsdale are the only graduating seniors from that young group, which sets expectations very high for 2014. Veteran Iain Hutchison will be looked to for leadership in the backend, while Tristan Doughlin has emerged as a huge playmaker and physical presence at free safety. Middle linebacker John Rush returns after missing six games in 2013, having been sidelined by a knee injury. Third-year linebacker Andrew Graham has been doing an excellent job in Rush’s absence and is a force in the middle. Graham was named a 2013 OUA all-star after recording 17 solo tackles, 2.5 sacks and one interception.

from last season. Two-time OUA all-star Cam Walker enters his fourth year of eligibility and will be looked to for veteran leadership. In 2013 he recorded 26.5 total tackles and six sacks for a total loss of 29 yards and was invited to the 2014 East-West All-Star Bowl.

Special Forces:

In the past three seasons, the Gryphons have produced five OUA all-stars from the special forces unit. Their coverage dominance and multiple return threats should continue to create havoc for their opponents. Leading the way in the return game for the Gryphons will be A’dre Fraser and Alex Charette, while Andrew Graham, James Ingram, Jacob Harpell and Fraser Speakman will anchor the line play. All six of these players had an outstanding 2013 campaign. Look for the Ferarro brothers, fourth year Daniel and first year Gabriel, to solidify the kicking game in 2014. One of the country’s best long snappers, Dan MacDonald should continue to provide certain ball security. Jacob Scarfone was the most versatile player last year; kicking, running fakes, and recovering pooch kicks. This second year player has the instincts and athleticism to be a game changer in 2014. The Gryphon coverage and block units were very effective in the battle for field position last year and the attacking mentality will continue in the 2014 season. Incoming Team Canada recruits Nick Parisotto and Royce Metchie should see the field early and often for the special forces.

Led by a possible 16 returning starters and one of the best recruiting classes in recent history, the Gryphons enter the season with highly attainable hopes of a Yates Cup title.

A good majority of the defensive line returns with another year under its belt and will be looking to add to its 34 sacks

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GRYPHON ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT:

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

KYLE WALTERS - A celebrated player and esteemed

draft to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He played safety and

the Guelph Gryphons. A native of St. Thomas, Ont.,

Grey Cup. His 78 special teams tackles ranks fourth all-

alumni, Kyle Walters had a great football career with

Walters played for the Gryphons from 1992-1996. In his rookie year with the Gryphons the team was

crowned Yates Cup Champions. In 1996 he earned his

halfback with the team, helping them win the 1999

time in Hamilton Tiger-Cat history and he was named a team captain during his final three seasons.

second title captaining the team to another Yates Cup

Walters quickly moved into the coaching ranks as an

numerous honours including being a two-time OUA

Cats in 2003 before returning to Guelph. He was the

championship. Over his playing career he received all-star, and once being named a CIS All-Canadian.

In 1996 Walters was drafted in the second round

(10th overall) of the Canadian Football Leagues (CFL)

Friends of Gryphon Football President, Randy Dimitroff

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assistant special teams coach for the Hamilton Tigerassistant full time coach and defensive coordinator with the Gryphons for two seasons from 2004-2005. In

2006 he was named the Head Coach of the program, a position he kept for four years. In his time as Head

Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Special-Teams Coordinator, Pat Tracey


Coach, the Gryphons made the playoffs three out of

General Manager. That interim tag was removed and

Cup at Guelph since 1986.

17th General Manger. This is a perfect fit for the

four of the seasons and in 2007, hosted the first Yates

In 2010, Walters saw an opportunity to return to the CFL as a special teams coordinator and running backs coach with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. This

on November 26, 2013 he was named the franchises Guelph graduate who has a great background in both CFL and CIS football and a drive to be successful that is matched by very few.

is a position he held for three years from 2010-

The Department of Athletics and Gryphon Football is

while coaching, becoming the Canadian College

Football Alumni, and would like to congratulate Kyle

2012. He continued to increase his role off the field Draft Coordinator in 2011. His continued work and

knowledge saw him move from the sidelines to a

very proud of all of our University of Guelph Gryphon Walters on all of his success!

management chair in 2013 where he was named the

Assistant General Manager and Director of Canadian Scouting with the Blue Bombers.

As the 2013 season brought change for the Bombers, Walters hard work paid off as he was named the interim

KYLE WALTERS Winnipeg Blue Bombers GM

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Head Coach, Mike O’Shea

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Save the Date! Friends of Gryphon Football Golf Tournament August 15, 2015

Wildman Awards Dinner January 31, 2015

Friends of Gryphon Football Gala Dinner May 2, 2015 Celebrating the 30th anniversary of winning the Vanier Cup and this year we will honour the 1984 team.

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During his university playing days, Lang was a fouryear starter with the Queen’s Gaels in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS). He was a member of the 1970 Yates Cup Championship team, losing in the western playoffs to the University of Manitoba, the eventual Vanier Cup winners. During his time at Queen’s he was also a threeyear starter with the Gaels Hockey Team and the runner-up for the 1974 Jenkins Trophy award, an honour bestowed to the University’s top athletic and scholastic student-athlete. Lang earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Queen’s in 1974. He was also named to the Queen’s Sports Hall of Fame. Lang also had a very successful playing career for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League (CFL) from 1974-1981. He played slot-back for eight seasons, going to the Grey Cup seven times and winning the championship five times (1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, and 1981). He was named the team’s 1974 Rookie of the Year and received the Canada Packers Award for Fan’s Favourite Player in 1977. In 1976 he played in the CFL All-Star game.

STU LANG Head Coach

Stu Lang enters his fifth season as the head coach of the Guelph Gryphons Football team; taking over the program in 2010 from Kyle Walters. In 2013 he coached the squad to a regular season 7-1 record. Over the past two years, Guelph has won more league games than any other OUA team. In 2009 Lang served as the receivers’ coach with the Gryphons, coaching a veteran group that included OUA all-star Jedd Gardner, an eventual draft pick of the Toronto Argos. To date he has helped build a state-of-the-art High Performance Training Centre in Alumni Stadium for his football players, plus a new artificial turf football field, video display scoreboard and field lighting. It’s been Lang’s goal from the start to build the best football program in the OUA. Once again the facilities, academic support, and his coaching staff have attracted a talented group of rookies from across Canada. Prior to coming to Guelph, Lang spent two seasons as the receivers’ coach at Upper Canada College (UCC), his former high school. During that time he was chair of their Athletic Task Force, and a member of the Principal’s Advisory Committee and Financial Committee. He also donated the funds to build a new SAQ (Speed, Agility and Quickness) Performance Centre for their athletes. In 2013 he created the Lang Scholarship Program at UCC.

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In addition to his on-field experiences and connection to the University of Guelph football team, Lang brings with him a wealth of leadership and strategic management skills as a former senior business executive from CCL Industries. Most recently, from 2002-2005, he served as the President of CCL Label, Europe and is still active as a Director on the company’s Board. CCL Industries Inc., a Lang family controlled business, is a world-class specialty packaging company headquartered in Toronto. Lang and his wife, Kim, live on a horse farm in Puslinch, Ontario, just outside Guelph. Kim serves on the Pet Trust Board, the fundraising arm of the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC), and is the 2014 Artistic Director of the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival.


Offensive Coordinator

Todd Galloway joins the Gryphons coaching staff for his fourth season as the Offensive Coordinator in 2014. Over the last three seasons the offence has seen a lot of change. In the past two years, he has helped lead the Gryphons to a 14-2 regular season record, and 2-2 in the playoffs including a Yates Cup appearance in 2012. Galloway has over a decade of diverse coaching experience at various levels including the CIS, high school and varsity leagues. Prior to Guelph, he spent five years coaching in Nova Scotia with the St. Mary’s Huskies, Sackville High School and the Metro Mustangs of the Nova Scotia Varsity Football League (NSVFL). He got his start in coaching at his alma mater Wilfrid Laurier University. He spent three seasons after graduating (2004-2006), serving as the receivers coach and assistant offensive coach. He was a member of the coaching staff during the Golden Hawks Vanier Cup title in 2005. During that time he also served as the offensive coordinator in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) for the Guelph Bears (now Junior Gryphons) in 2006. He is a native of Kitchener, Ont., and played wide receiver at Laurier (2000-2003) while earning an Honours Bachelor’s degree in Biology. Galloway lives in Guelph with his wife Trudy and their 2-year old son Grady.

KEVIN MacNEILL Defensive Coordinator

Kevin MacNeill enters his fifth season as Defensive Coordinator with the Guelph Gryphons. Coach MacNeill brings two conferences of CIS experience to the football staff, having coached in the OUA and CanWest conferences before joining the Gryphon family.

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TODD GALLOWAY

Before coming to Guelph, he spent two seasons coaching at UBC as the Recruitment Coordinator, Special Teams Coordinator and Linebacker Coach. Prior to that, he coached at his alma mater, Wilfrid Laurier University, from 2004-2007 as a Linebacker Coach and Special Teams Coach. MacNeill was a part of the 2005 coaching staff that won the Vanier Cup. He has also served as the Head Coach of the Guelph Bears from 2005-2006 winning the Coach of the Year Award in 2006. The Bears went on to two semi-final appearances with MacNeill at the helm. He’s been a volunteer coach with the Jr Varsity Preds winning the OVFL Championship in 2001, Guelph Bears 2002-2006, Cambridge Lions in 2012, and he returned to the Guelph Bears in 2013. For the last three years, Coach MacNeill has coached the GTA Rising Stars serving as both Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Quality Control Coach. In addition, he was recently invited to serve as the Linebacker Coach for Team Canada’s Jr National Team that will compete in the 2014 World Championship. As a player, MacNeill had an outstanding five-year career from 1999-2003 at Laurier. He was named a CIS second team All-Canadian linebacker in 2003 and was an OUA all-star in 2001 and 2003. In 2001 he was selected as the Golden Hawk Football Most Valuable Player. He was later signed by the Montreal Allouettes. MacNeill graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications (2003). He currently lives in Guelph with his wife Monica and has a five year-old daughter named Hailey. gryphons.ca


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Steve Viveiros

Assistant Running Backs Coach

Steve is entering his 12th season with the Gryphon football program. For his first seven years he served as the linebacker coach. He has since switched to offence and has been a running back coach for the last four seasons. Viveiros is a graduate of McMaster University where he played linebacker from 19901995. During his time at McMaster, he was an OUA all-star, team captain for four years, team MVP for three years and was named to the team of the decade. In his personal life, he is an elementary school principal at Willow Rd. P.S. He has been in the role as a school administrator for the last eight years. His role in education has been of benefit to the football program with insights in developing effective coaching and to help the athletes become better students of the game. Viveiros is married to his wife. Ainslie and has three boys: Jack, Ben, and Cam.

Bill Brown

Special Forces Coordinator and Recruiting & Football Development

Bill Brown returns for his 14th season as a member of the Gryphons coaching staff. This is his fourth season as the Special Forces Coordinator. The Gryphons had five OUA all-stars come from special teams in the last three years. As the Recruiting and Development Coordinator he attracts the best athletes, coaches and alumni support to UofG. Brown’s other experience in the past with the Gryphons has included coaching the defensive backs for eight years and coordinating the defence for two years. Outside of coaching for the Gryphons, he has coached for Team Ontario for seven seasons, coaching in the Canada Cup and the International Bowl. He won OFA Major Coach of the Year in 2013.

Brown has also coached the Guelph Bears in the OVFL for four years. He has been the Defensive Coordinator for Bishop MacDonell and St. James HS in Guelph. As a player for the Gryphons from 1994-1998, he was named the 1994 Gryphon Rookie of the Year and a 1996 OUAA All-Star. Brown was a member of the 1996 Yates Cup Championship team and was awarded the 1998 Gryphon Defensive Player of the Year award. He teaches Physical Education to grade 7/8 students at John Galt Public School in Guelph.

Neil Lumsden Backs Coach

Assistant to Head Coach & Running

Neil Lumsden began his journey with the Guelph Gryphons Football team as a guest coach for the running backs in 2010 and now moves into his third official season as Running Backs coach. Lumsden’s past makes him a great mentor to the players. He started his career at the University of Ottawa as a running back & kicker where he was a 4-time OUA all-star & 3-time All-Canadian. He then moved on to his storied football career in the Canadian Football League (CFL), playing from 19761985 with the Toronto Argonauts, Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Edmonton Eskimos. In 1976 he was the Eastern Conference nominee for Most Outstanding Rookie and a CFL Eastern All Star. Lumsden has won three Grey Cups as a player with the Eskimos and his fourth ring as the General Manager and Director of Business Operations of the 1999 Tiger-Cats. From 2001-2004 he was a regional scout for the Edmonton Eskimos while coaching Sr high school football in Burlington. He is a member of the University of Ottawa Hall of Fame, the OUA Hall of Fame and the City of Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame. In 2013 he was awarded the Champion of Sport by the Sport Alliance in Burlington. Lumsden has coached football for over 30 years at all levels and most recently was the head coach of the Burlington Varsity Stampeders winning the OFC championship in 2008 and 2010. In 2011 he was the head coach of the Burlington Braves in the CJFL before joining the Gryphon football staff. Lumsden is also honored to be a member of the 2014 class that is being inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in September. He lives in Burlington with his wife Donna, their daughter Kristin lives and works in Toronto as a makeup artist and son Jesse who lives in Calgary and was a member of 2014 Canadian Olympic Bobsled team competing in his second Olympics in Russia.

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Defensive Assistant Coach, Video Coordinator & Recruiting Manager

Mike Aloisio enters his third season with the Gryphons as a Defensive Assistant and second year as the Video Coordinator. He joined the Gryphons in 2012 as a Graduate Assistant while completing a Bachelor of Sports Management from Brock University (2010-2013). He spent three seasons (20102012) coaching with the Hamilton Ironmen Junior Varsity program in the OVFL, coaching Special Forces and Defensive Quality Control. Aloisio is a native of Hamilton, Ontario and now lives in Guelph with his wife Becky and their beagle Diesel.

Hank Ilesic

Kicking Coach

Hank Ilesic joins the Gryphon program for his second season. During his rookie season in 1977 while still attending high school in Edmonton at the tender age of seventeen, became the youngest player in the history of professional football. His specialty on the field was punting for the CFL Edmonton Eskimos during the glory years from 1978-82, winning five Grey Cup Championships. Traded to Toronto in 1983, he contributed yet to another Grey Cup for the Argonauts and became the only player to win six consecutive Championships. In 1989 he played for the NFL San Diego Chargers, and in the Los Angeles Rams in 1990 before returning to the Toronto Argonauts in 1991 to win a seventh Grey Cup. Ilesic re- tired after the 1993 season, after taking a year off of football, he played for the Hamilton Tiger-cats in 1995. Enjoying retirement for two seasons, the B.C. Lions lured him out of retirement and he played the remaining four games of the regular season and the Western Final. In 2001, after being inactive from football for three seasons, the Edmonton Eskimos came knocking on the door. Nicknamed, “Thunderfoot�, he played the remaining three regular season games and the Western Final. Ilesic joins legendary Lui Passaglia as the only two players in the history of professional football that spans a playing career in four consecutive decades.

Zach Pollari

Assistant Offensive Line Coach

Zachary Pollari is joining the Guelph Gryphons football team for his fourth season with the Offensive Line. He was born in Billings, MT USA, but grew up and went to school in Guelph attending Centennial CVI.

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Pollari attended the University of Western Ontario where he obtained a degree in Criminology while playing for the Mustangs football team. In 2009 he was drafted by the Toronto Argonauts and enjoyed a short stint there before returning to Western to complete his fifth year of eligibility and obtain his Education Degree. Following this season, Pollari was re-signed by the Argonauts but suffered an injury at the start of the season and was released. The following summer, he played for Team Canada in the 2011 IFAF World Championship in Austria and was selected as a first team All-Star. Pollari lives in Guelph and is a teacher in the Upper Grand District School Board.

Steven Frake

Assistant Receivers Coach

Steven Frake joins the Gryphons coaching staff for his second season as the Assistant Receivers Coach. He had spent the previous portion of his coaching career with his former alma mater, Wilfrid Laurier University, serving as the Receivers Coach for seven years. Prior to that he had a great five-year playing career for the Golden Hawks from 2000-2004 as both a receiver and a defensive back. In 2004 Frake was drafted by the Montreal Alouettes as a defensive back. He graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Kinesiology.

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Brian Cluff

Defensive Line Coach

The 2014 season will mark Coach Cluff’s 30th year of University Football. Coach Cluff will once again be coaching the Defensive Line. He has also coached the defensive line with Team Ontario at the Canada Cup and in 2013 was in Texas coaching the defensive line for Team Ontario Selects vs. Team USA in the International Bowl. In 2011 Cluff was the recipient of the “OUA Assistant Coach of the Year Award” and was also the winner at the National Level of the “Gino Fracas Award” as the CIS Assistant Coach of the Year. He was also awarded the prestigious University of Guelph Dr. John T. Powell Award in 2011-12. As a Gryphon Football Alumni he was a five-year starter and played defensive end from 1982-1986. Cluff was a member of the 1984 Vanier Cup National Championship Team and was drafted in the CFL by the Toronto Argonauts in 1986. He graduated from Guelph with a Bachelor of Arts in 1987 and received his Bachelor of Education Degree from Mount Allison University in 1989. He is a NCCP certified coach and has presented at numerous football clinics and camps over the years. Cluff teaches Physical and Health Education at Guelph Collegiate High School and lives in Guelph with his wife Sue Knox and has a daughter Alexandra.

Mike MacDonald Offensive Line Coach Mike MacDonald is entering his fifth year coaching the Offensive Line at the University of Guelph. He has also had six years coaching experience as the Offensive Line Coach at Notre Dame High School in Burlington, Ont. and fourteen years coaching in the Burlington Stampeder Rep Program as a Head Coach and Offensive Line coach. He has served as an offensive line coach for Team Ontario and many all-star teams. MacDonald received the Ontario Football Alliance Senior Coach of the Year award in 2007. He has won two Ontario Tier 1 Provincial High School Championships and nine Provincial Rep Football Championships. MacDonald has a BSc. in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo where he played football and was the team captain. He is a retired member of the RCMP having served for 27 years in various parts of Canada.

Adam Grandy Linebackers Coach

Assistant Defensive Coordinator &

Adam Grandy is entering his third year with the Gryphons as a Linebacker Coach and Assistant Defensive Coordinator. A graduate of McMaster University, he was a linebacker for the Marauders and a member of the 2003 Yates Cup Championship team. He has spent the last nine years coaching the Burlington Stampeders and is currently the Head Coach of the Varsity team. Grandy has also been an Assistant Coach at M.M. Robinson High School in Burlington since 2006, most recently winning the GHAC, Halton Championships and OFFSAA Golden Horseshoe Finalist in 2012. He was named the Defensive Coordinator of the U19 Team Ontario Selects which played Team USA in Austin, Texas in February 2013. For the past two years Grandy has helped with the Golden Horseshoe Current and Rising Star teams, acting as Defensive Coordinator and Linebacker coach respectively. Grandy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from McMaster University (2007) and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Windsor (2011) where he was a Graduate Assistant/Linebacker during the 2010 season.

John Casasanta

Special Forces Personnel Coach

John Casasanta is entering his ninth season as the Niagara Recruiting Officer with the Gryphons. He also works with the Special Forces Team on game days focusing on player personnel assignments and substitutions. As a Gryphon, Casasanta earned his Bachelor of Arts History Honours degree from the University of Guelph and was a five-year Letterman defensive back with the Gryphons football team. He lives in the Niagara Region with his wife Lisa, son Carson and daughter McKenna and is currently entering his eighth season as head coach of the Jr Football team at Denis Morris Catholic High School where he teaches English.

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Scout Team Coordinator and Tight End Coach

Alex Derma returns for his sixth season to work with the Gryphon Show team members in preparation for each weekly opponent. Derma played four years at John F. Ross as a wide receiver before joining the University of Waterloo football team. He was also selected to play for Team Ontario U21 and represent them as captain for a summer tour in Europe. Derma currently coaches high school football and has gained International coaching experience as an Offensive Coordinator for both the Team Ontario U15 and U17 Selects playing against the United States. He brings thirteen years of coaching experience and a ton of energy which he uses to keep the Gryphons motivated. Derma teaches Wood working and Construction at Elmira District High School.

Marcello Campanaro

Quarterbacks Coach

Marcello Campanaro is joining the Gryphons for his first year as Quarterbacks Coach. A 1984 McMaster graduate, Campanaro went on to complete his Bachelor of Education degree at Queen’s University in 1986. He served as the Quarterback Coach and the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at McMaster University from 1996-2003. He moved into the positions of Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator for the McMaster Mauraders from 2004-2006. He lives with his wife Cynthia and has three children; Roman, Naia and Mylana. Currently, the Head of Physical Education at M.M Robinson Highschool in Burlington, Ont., Campanaro has spent 24 of his last 26 years teaching as coach of the M. M. Robinson Rams. He led the Rams to national number one rankings in 1992 and 1993. His team appeared in several Halton championship games and captured four Halton Division I Football titles (1993, 1994, 2001, 2012), along with three Golden Horseshoe Athletic Conference crowns. His coaching career has also included the role of Offensive Coordinator Burlington Varsity Stampeders. He is a three-time nominee for the CFL/NFL High School Coach of the Year, a 2012 Recipient McMaster High School Football Coaching Achievement Award and a recipient OFSSA Pete Beach Award 2012.

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Jordan Foley Strength and Conditioning Coach Jordan Foley is excited to join the Guelph Gryphons for his first year as the team’s Strength and Conditioning Coach. He holds the same title for the Canada Basketball Senior Women’s National Team. He is also an instructor at Sheridan College in Brampton, Ont. in the Human Performance Training Program. Previously, he was the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Head Athletic Performance Coach at Upper Canada College in Toronto. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and NCCP Track and Field Coach. Athletically, he played numerous sports growing up that lead to being a member of the Rugby Team at Queen’s University from 2003-2006. After finishing his rugby career, he turned to competitive strongman and has finished third Nationally in the lightweight division and fourth in the Ontario open division. In the Strength and Conditioning industry, Foley is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He serves as a member on the Advisory Board at Sheridan College’s Human Performance department. Foley has worked with numerous clients ranging from fitness enthusiasts to competitive athletes. Academically, Foley received his Bachelor of Physical and Health Education and his Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies from Queen’s University and his Bachelor of Education from Nipissing University. While at Queen’s University, he served as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Men’s Rugby Team.

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Teresa Hussey-Budwal Therapist

Assistant Athletic

Teresa joins the Guelph Gryphons for her first year as the Assistant Athletic Therapist. Teresa spent the last 10 years as the Head Athletic Therapist with the Laurier football team and was part of the team that won the 2005 Vanier Cup. Teresa has worked within the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) for over 10 years with Brampton, Guelph and most recently the Cambridge Lions. In 2010, Teresa opened her own clinic, Sideline Therapy. She also works as an Athletic Therapist for two national teams, including Wrestling Canada and Wheelchair Basketball Canada. Teresa graduated from York University with a Bachelor of Honours Kinesiology Degree and a diploma of Sports Injury Management from Sheridan College.

Devin Kavanagh

Defensive Backs Coach

Devin joins the Gryphons for his first year as Defensive Backs Coach. Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Devin attended Champlain College in Quebec where he earned a Liberal Arts degree. He continued his post-secondary education at the University of British Columbia, graduating with a degree in Kinesiology and a minor in psychology. While at the University of British Columbia Devin played football, and was a 4-year Defensive Captain and a 2011 Hardy Cup finalist. He was also honoured three times with the Frank Knupp award for being the most inspirational player. In 2007 he obtained the title of CJFL Defensive Player of the Year. His coaching career began in 2011 as a Linebacker Coach for the UBC Thunderbirds. In the 20122013 season, he was the Defensive Coordinator of the CJFL St. Leonard Cougars. Devin also holds qualifications as an RCMP Victim Services worker and is a qualified Canadian Forces Officer.


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THE PLAYERS 2014 - 2015

1

A’DRE FRASER

WR 6’0 171lbs Halifax, NS Yr 3 BCOM.MKMN

5

JOHN RUSH

LB 6’0 220lbs Niagara Falls, ON Yr 4 BCOM.MKMN

9

MICHAEL CARNEY

DB 5’10 183lbs Burnaby, BC Yr 3 BSCH.BIOM

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2

JAZZ LINDSEY

QB 6’2 193lbs Markham, ON Yr 4 BAH.SOC

6

LUCAS SPAGNUOLO WR 5’11 182lbs Grimsby, ON Yr 3 BAH.SOC

3

COLIN MANDICH

DB 5’10 170lbs London, ON Yr 3 BASC.ADEV

7

ORION EDWARDS

DB 5’9 175lbs Newmarket, ON Yr 2 BAH.CJPP

10 11 GABRIEL FERRARO K/P 5’11 173lbs Mississauga, ON Yr 1 BCOM.UND

JAMES ROBERTS

QB 6’0 185lbs Cambridge, ON Yr 1 BAG.ARTS

4

IAIN HUTCHISON

DB 5’11 185lbs Sault Ste Marie, ON Yr 4 BAH.CJPP

8

AMITAJ GILL

WR 6’3 220lbs Mississauga, ON Yr 3 BAG.ARTS

12

ROYCE METCHIE

DB 6’1 194lbs Brampton, ON Yr 1 BAG.ARTS


DANIEL FERRARO

K/P 5’8 185lbs Mississauga, ON Yr 4 BAH.PSYC

MAC MYERS

LB 6’0 205lbs Guelph, ON Yr 4 BAG.SOC

CURTIS NEWTON

LB 6’2 220lbs London, ON Yr 3 BAH.SOC

DAN MacDONALD

RB 5’10 215lbs Burlington, ON Yr 4 BAS

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13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 ALEX CHARETTE

WR 6’1 200lbs St. Catharines, ON Yr 4 BSCH.HK

MACK BLEWETT

RYAN NIEUWESTEEG

ND.ARTS

BAH.SOC

QB 6’5 215lbs Burlington, ON Yr 5

DB 5’8 170lbs Niagara Falls, ON Yr 3

MARK HORTA

WR 6’3 220lbs Mississauga, ON Yr 2 BCOM.MKMN

21 22 23 24 JAMES INGRAM

WR 6’3 220lbs Guelph, ON Yr 4 BCOM.ACCT

MASON SWIFT

TRISTAN DOUGHLIN

BRANDON HUNTER

BAG.ARTS

BAG.ARTS

BAG.ARTS

RB

5’11 225lbs Sooke, BC Yr 1

DB 6’0 185lbs Toronto, ON Yr 3

DB 5’11 185lbs Burlington, ON Yr 3

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25 26 27 28 NICHOLAS PARISOTTO DB 5’11 195lbs Guelph, ON Yr 1 BCOM.LOM

JAILON BELL

JOHNNY AUGUSTINE

BRANDON GORDON

BAG.SOC

BAH.SOC

BCH.SENG

DB 5’10 185lbs Toronto, ON Yr 2

RB 5’9 210lbs Welland, ON Yr 2

WR 5’9 181lbs Toronto, ON Yr 2

29 30 32 33 JUSTIS CROASDALE

SHAQUILLE MUNROE

ROB FARQUHARSON

DEREK DROUILLARD

BAH.PSYC

BAH.ECON:C

BSCH.HK

BAH.PSYC

DB 6’0 203lbs Whitby, ON Yr 2

DB 5’8 185lbs Etobicoke, ON Yr 2

RB 5’9 210lbs Niagara Falls, ON Yr 5

LB 6’2 210lbs London, ON Yr 2

34 35 40 41 ROB CARNEGIE

RB 5’10 200lbs Kingston, ON Yr 3 BCOM.MKMN

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RILEY BAINES

DB 5’10 190lbs Ottawa, ON Yr 2 BAG.ARTS

JOHN BIRNIE

LB 6’1 205lbs Toronto, ON Yr 3 BCOM.MEF

PATRICK McGRATH

LB 6’0 198lbs Sault Ste Marie, ON Yr 3 BENG.ENVE


ANDREW GRAHAM LB

5’10 210lbs Union, ON Yr 3 BSCH.HK

CAM WILHELM

CAMERON WALKER

BAG.HIST

BCOM.REH

OL 6’5 315lbs Kitchener, ON Yr 3

DL 6’4 245lbs London, ON Yr 4

LUKE KOROL

LB 6’0 225lbs Lynden, ON Yr 1 BCOM.UND

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54 55 56 57 JACOB HARPELL

ZACH BADER-SHAMAI

KYLE FRASER-AUDIT

STEVE MBURANUMWE

BCOM.MKMN

BAH.PHIL

BAG.ARTS

BAH.SOC

LB 6’2 215lbs Kingston, ON Yr 5

OL 6’0 285lbs Toronto, ON Yr 4

OL 6’5 275lbs Port Colborne, ON Yr 3

OL 6’4 305lbs Hamilton, ON Yr 3

58 59 60 61 ARRAN MacRAE

OL 6’5 290lbs Kingston, ON Yr 1 BAG.ARTS

FRASER SPEAKMAN

LB 6’3 210lbs Sault Ste. Maire, ON Yr 5 BAH.CJPP

COLIN JEROME

OL 6’0 283lbs North Bay, ON Yr 1 BAG.ARTS

DUNCAN CURREN

OL 6’4 286lbs Burlington, ON Yr 1 BCOM.UND

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62 63 64 65 ANDREW PICKETT

DANIEL URBSHAS

BSCH.HK

BAH.CJPP

OL 6’4 302lbs Kitchener, ON Yr 1

OL 6’2 285lbs Guelph, ON Yr 3

TYLER CASE

MATTHEW TOPPAN

BAG.ARTS

BAH.SOC

OL 6’7 275lbs Hamilton, ON Yr 3

OL 6’1 280lbs Oakville, ON Yr 4

66 67 68 80 HUNTER BOWMAN

DL 6’7 325lbs Niagara Falls, ON Yr 2 BAH.ANTH

MATT NESBITT

OL 6’2 295lbs London, ON Yr 4 BSCH.HK

ERIC STARCZALA

OL 6’4 281lbs Cambridge, ON Yr 1 BAH.CJPP

JACOB SCARFONE

WR 6’1 200lbs London, ON Yr 2 BCOM.MKMN

81 82 83 85 MARCUS JOSEPH

CURTIS D’HOLLANDER

BAG.GEOG

BASC.AHN

WR 6’1 195lbs Kitchener, ON Yr 1

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WR 6’1 198lbs London, ON Yr 2

PATRICK GERRIE

OL 6’6 245lbs Kitchener, ON Yr 3 BAH.SOC

COLIN BOOTH

WR 5’11 175lbs Sault Ste. Marie, ON Yr 3 BSCH.MFB


TREY GERVAIS

WR 6’2 187lbs Dunnville, ON Yr 1 BAG.ARTS

QUINCY REID

WR 5’10 165lbs Carlisle, ON Yr 1 BAG.ARTS

DYLAN HUSTY

WR 6’3 195lbs London, ON Yr 4 BCOM.ACCT:C

REZA SHAYANI

DL 6’2 230lbs Guelph, ON Yr 3 BAH.SOC

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86 88 89 90

91 92 93 94 JOSEPH BELANGER

THOMAS WAIGHT

CHARLIE TAGGART

BCOM.ACCT

BCOM.MKMN

BAH.ENGL

DL 6’3 235lbs Kanata, ON Yr 2

W 6’2 245lbs London, ON Yr 1

DL 6’2 225lbs Hamilton, ON Yr 1

BLAKE McNEELY

DL 6’5 240lbs Waterloo, ON Yr 4 BAH.GEOG

95 96 97 98 DANIEL HORTA

DL 6’1 285lbs Mississauga, ON Yr 4 BAG.SOC

DONNIE EGERTER

MICHAEL HALFDAY

DJORDJE GAVRILOVIC

BAG.SOC

BAG.SOC

MA.LEAD:L

DL 6’3 285lbs Niagara Falls, ON Yr 3

DL 6’0 255lbs London, ON Yr 4

DL 6’5 260lbs Waterloo, ON Yr 5

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WR 5’10 176lbs Owen Sound, ON Yr 2 BSCH.WBC

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THE PLAYERS

DONALD AUGUSTINE

ADAM DUNNINK

WR 6’1 185lbs Burlington, ON Yr 2 BAH.ECON

TIM JACKSON

LB

6’0 205lbs Delta, BC Yr 3 BSCH.HK

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JORDON BELL

JORDON BOUTILIER

BAH.PSYC

BAH.ECON

ERIC DENIS

WR 5’11 190lbs London, ON Yr 4

OL 6’1 265lbs Welland, ON Yr 2

ALAN FLOREZ

MESCHACH GREEN

JACOB IPPOLITO

BSCH.BIOS

BAG.ARTS

BBRM.EM

LB 5’10 200lbs Toronto, ON Yr 2

OL 6’1 260lbs St. Catharines, ON Yr 2

JUSTIN MARTIN

DB 5’11 190lbs Oakville, ON Yr 1 BAG.ARTS

WR 6’4 215lbs Pickering, ON Yr 1

RYAN MATTEI

DB 6’4 200lbs St. Catharines, ON Yr 3 BCOM.MKMN

BAH.SOC

LB 6’0 170lbs Guelph, ON Yr 1

CALEB MONK

OL 6’3 310lbs Guelph, ON Yr 2 BCOM.ACCT:C


DAN PALMER-SALMON

BSCH.HK

BAG.ARTS

ALEXANDER REID QB 6’5 240bs Ennismore, ON Yr 2 BSCH.WBC

PATRICK STAIRS

LB 5’11 220lbs Fort Erie, ON Yr 1 BAH.SOC

RB 5’8 183lbs Brampton, ON Yr 1

JELANI PASCOE

EMMANUEL QUAINOO

DTM

BAH.PSYC

DL

DAVID ROSSETTI

JOB REINHART

DB 5’10 190lbs Mississauga, ON Yr 4

QB 6’0 215lbs Guelph, ON Yr 1

BAH.ID

BLA

LEIGH SZELA

NICHOLAS THUN

BSCH.BIOS

BAG.ARTS

DB 5’10 180lbs Burlington, ON Yr 2

6’1 265lbs Ajax, ON Yr 1

OL 6’0 270lbs Burlington, ON Yr 1

DB 5’10 188lbs Whitby, ON Yr 2

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KEEGAN MOORE

DL 6’3 250lbs Sudbury, ON Yr 1

JASON SOUTH

OL 6’5 238lbs Petrolia, ON Yr 5 BAG.POLS

MARCUS VOLPE

RANDALL WALDEN

BAH.HIST

BAH.ID

DB 5’9 155bs Tustin, ON Yr 1

LB 5’11 208lbs Cambridge, ON Yr 1

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TEAM ROSTER 2014 - 2015

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# First Name Last Name Pos Ht Wt Elig Yr Program Hometown 27 Johnny Augustine DB 5-9 210 2 2 BAH.SOC Welland - Donald Augustine WR 5-10 176 1 2 BSCH.WBC Owen Sound 55 Zachary Bader-Shamai OL 6-0 285 2 4 BAH.PHIL Toronto 35 Riley Baines DB 5-10 190 1 2 BAG.ARTS Ottawa 91 Joseph Belanger DL 6-3 235 1 2 BCOM.ACCT Kanata 26 Jailon Bell DB 5-10 185 1 2 BAG.SOC Toronto - Jordon Bell LB 5-10 200 1 2 BAH.PSYC Toronto 40 John Birnie LB 6-1 205 1 3 BCOM.MEF Toronto 18 Raymond Blewett QB 6-5 215 5 5 ND.ARTS Burlington 85 Colin Booth WR 5-11 175 1 3 BSCH.MFB Sault Ste. Marie - Jordan Boutilier WR 5-11 190 2 4 BAH.ECON London 66 Hunter Bowman DL 6-7 325 2 2 BAH.ANTH Niagara Falls 34 Robert Carnegie RB 5-10 200 1 3 BCOM.MKMN Kingston 9 Michael Carney DB 5-10 183 2 3 BSCH.BIOM Burnaby 64 Tyler Case OL 6-7 275 1 3 BAG.ARTS Hamilton 17 Alexander Charette WR 6-1 200 4 4 BSCH.HK St. Catharines 29 Justis Croasdale DB 6-0 203 2 2 BAH.PSYC Whitby 61 Duncan Curren OL 6-4 286 1 1 BCOM.UND Burlington 82 Curtis D’Hollander WR 6-1 198 1 2 BASC.AHN London - Eric Denis OL 6-1 265 1 2 BAH.SOC Welland 23 Tristan Doughlin DB 6-0 185 3 3 BAG.ARTS Toronto 33 Derek Drouillard LB 6-2 210 2 2 BAH.PSYC London - Adam Dunnink WR 6-1 185 1 2 BAH.ECON Burlington 7 Orion Edwards DB 5-9 175 2 2 BAH.CJPP Newmarket 96 Donnie Egerter DL 6-3 285 3 3 BAG.SOC Niagara Falls 32 Robert Farquharson RB 5-9 210 5 5 BSCH.HK Niagara Falls 10 Gabriel Ferraro K/P 5-11 173 1 1 BCOM.UND Mississauga 13 Daniel Ferraro K/B 5-8 185 4 4 BAH.PSYC Mississauga - Alan Florez OL 6-1 260 1 2 BSCH.BIOS St.Catharines 1 A’dre Fraser WR 6-0 171 3 3 BCOM.MKMN Halifax 56 Kyle Fraser-Audit OL 6-5 275 3 3 BAG.ARTS Port Colborne 98 Djordje Gavrilovic DL 6-5 260 5 1 MA.LEAD:L Waterloo 83 Patrick Gerrie OL 6-6 245 2 3 BAH.SOC Kitchener 86 Trey Gervais WR 6-2 187 1 1 BAG.ARTS Dunnville 8 Amitaj Gill WR 6-3 220 1 3 BAG.ARTS Mississauga 28 Brandon Gordon WR 5-9 181 1 2 BCH.SENG Toronto 50 Andrew Graham LB 5-10 210 2 3 BSCH.HK Union - Meschach Green WR 6-4 215 1 1 BAG.ARTS Pickering 97 Micheal Halfday DL 6-0 255 3 4 BAH.SOC London 54 Jacob Harpell LB 6-2 215 2 5 BCOM.MKMN Kingston 20 Mark Horta WR 6-3 220 1 2 BCOM.MKMN Mississauga 95 Daniel Horta DL 6-1 285 3 4 BAG.SOC Mississauga 24 Brandon Hunter DB 5-11 185 3 3 BAG.ARTS Burlington 89 Dylan Husty WR 6-3 195 3 4 BCOM.ACCT:C London 4 Iain Hutchison DB 5-11 185 4 4 BAH.CJPP Sault Ste Marie 21 James Ingram WR 6-3 220 3 4 BCOM.ACCT Guelph - Jacob Ippolito LB 6-0 170 1 1 BBRM.EM Guelph - Timothy Jackson LB 6-0 205 1 3 BSCH.HK Delta, 60 Colin Jerome OL 6-0 283 1 1 BAG.ARTS North Bay 81 Marcus Joseph WR 6-1 195 1 1 BAG.GEOG Kitchener 53 Lukas Korol LB 6-0 225 1 1 BCOM.UND Lynden 2 Jazz Lindsey QB 6-2 193 4 4 BAH.SOC Markham 16 Daniel MacDonald RB 5-10 215 4 4 BAS Burlington 58 Arran MacRae OL 6-5 290 1 1 BAG.ARTS Kingston

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# First Name Last Name Pos Ht Wt Elig Yr Program Hometown 3 Colin Mandich DB 5-10 170 3 3 BASC.ADEV London - Justin Martin DB 5-11 190 1 1 BAG.ARTS Oakville - Ryan Mattei DB 6-4 200 1 3 BCOM.MKMN St. Catharines 57 Steve Mburanumwe OL 6-4 305 2 3 BAH.SOC Hamilton 41 Patrick McGrath LB 6-0 198 3 3 BENG.ENVE Sault Ste. Marie 94 Blake McNeely DL 6-5 240 3 4 BAH.GEOG Waterloo 12 Royce Metchie DB 6-1 194 1 1 BAG.ARTS Brampton - Caleb Monk OL 6-3 310 1 2 BCOM.ACCT:C Guelph - Keegan Moore DL 6-3 250 1 1 BSCH.HK Sudbury 30 Shaquille Munroe DB 5-8 185 2 2 BAH.ECON:C Etobicoke 14 MacKenzie Myers LB 6-0 205 3 4 BAG.SOC Guelph 67 Matthew Nesbitt OL 6-2 295 4 4 BSCH.HK London 15 Curtis Newton LB 6-2 220 3 3 BAH.SOC London 19 Ryan Nieuwesteeg DB 5-8 170 3 3 BAH.SOC Niagara Falls - Daniel Palmer-Salmon RB 5-8 183 1 1 BAG.ARTS Brampton 25 Nicholas Parisotto DB 5-11 195 1 1 BCOM.LOM Guelph - Jelani Pascoe DL 6-1 265 1 1 DTM Ajax 62 Andrew Pickett OL 6-4 302 1 1 BSCH.HK Kitchener - Emmanuel Quainoo DB 5-10 188 1 2 BAH.PSYC Whitby 88 Quincy Reid WR 5-10 165 1 1 BAG.ARTS Carlisle - Alexander Reid QB 6-5 240 1 2 BSCH.WBC Ennismore - Job Reinhart QB 6-0 215 1 1 BLA Guelph 11 James Roberts QB 6-0 185 1 1 BAG.ARTS Cambridge - Lester Ross DB 5-11 205 1 1 GSTU Mississauga - David Rossetti DB 5-10 190 2 4 BAH.ID Mississauga 5 John Rush LB 6-0 220 4 4 BCOM.MKMN Niagara Falls 80 Jacob Scarfone WR 6-1 200 2 2 BCOM.MKMN London 90 Reza Shayani DL 6-2 230 1 3 BAH.SOC Guelph - Jason South OL 6-5 238 5 1 BAG.POLS Petrolia 6 Lucas Spagnuolo WR 5-11 182 2 3 BAH.SOC Grimsby 59 Fraser Speakman LB 6-3 210 3 5 BAH.CJPP Sault Ste Marie - Patrick Stairs LB 5-11 220 1 1 BAH.SOC Fort Erie 68 Eric Starczala OL 6-4 281 1 1 BAH.CJPP Cambridge 22 Mason Swift RB 5-11 225 1 1 BAG.ARTS Sooke - Leigh Szela DB 5-10 180 1 2 BSCH.BIOS Burlington 93 Charlie Taggart DL 6-2 225 1 1 BAH.ENGL Hamilton - Nicholas Thun OL 6-0 270 1 1 BAG.ARTS Burlington 65 Matthew Toppan OL 6-1 280 3 4 BAH.SOC Oakville 63 Daniel Urbshas OL 6-2 285 1 3 BAH.CJPP Guelph - Marcus Volpe DB 5-9 155 1 1 BAH.HIST Tustin 92 Thomas Waight W 6-2 245 1 1 BCOM.MKMN London - Randall Walden LB 5-11 208 1 1 BAH.ID Cambridge 52 Cameron Walker DL 6-4 245 4 4 BCOM.REH London 51 Cameron Wilhelm OL 6-5 315 3 3 BAG.HIST Kitchener

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ALL-TIME STATS

O FFE N S I VE STATI STI CS

MOST POINTS SCORED IN A CAREER

NAME TD 1. Rob Maver 0 2. Nick FitzGibbon 40 3. Norm Nasser 0 4. Dan Walker 0 5. Krystian Strynger 0 6. Daniel Ferraro 0 7. Bruce Morris 24 8. Michael Palmer 23 9. Gerrit Stam 23 10. Chuck Sims 22

FG 57 0 52 35 31 26 0 0 0 0

C 105 0 56 53 60 60 0 5 0 0

S 17 0 26 17 4 8 0 0 0 0

TP 290 240 238 175 167 146 144 143 138 132

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MOST POINTS SCORED IN A SEASON

NAME 1. Nick FitzGibbon (‘09) 2. Rob Maver (‘08) 3. Nick FitzGibbon (‘07) 3. Rob Maver (‘09) 4. Rob Maver (‘07) 5. Michael Palmer (‘01) 6. Parri Ceci (‘84) 6. Gerrit Stam (‘96) 6. Krystian Strynger (‘97) 7. John Anderson (‘82) 7. Carl Ljungberg (‘87) 7. Daniel Ferraro (‘13) 8. Norm Nasser (‘00)

POINTS 84 83 78 78 75 68 66 66 66 58 58 58 57

MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON

NAME 1. Nick FitzGibbon (‘07) 2. Nick FitzGibbon (‘07) 3. Parri Ceci (‘84) 3. Gerrit Stam (‘96) 3. Michael Palmer (‘01) 4. Chuck Sims (‘90) 5. Bruce Morris (‘75) 5. Peterson Douglas (‘81) 5. Gerrit Stam (‘98)

TD’S 14 13 11 11 11 10 9 9 9

TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS IN A CAREER

NAME: YARDS 1. Justin Dunk 11,435 (P:9,569;R1,847) 2. Mike Shoemaker 5,598 (P:5220; R:378) 3. Mike Eykens: 5,288 (P:5040; R:224) 4. Jazz Lindsey: 5,057 (P:4533; R:524) 5. Randy Walters 4,827 (P:4,674; R:133; Rec: 3) 6. Rob Kitching 4,491 (P:4408; R:83)

TOTAL ALL PURPOSE YARDS IN A SEASON NAME, YR, YARDS 1. Michael Palmer (‘01) 1,419(Rec:624; KR:379; PR:416) 2. Jedd Gardner (‘08) 1,408 (Rec:812;PR:505;KR:91)

3. Michael Palmer(‘00) 1,329 (Rec:529;KR:231;PR:538; R:31) 4. Michael Palmer (‘02) 1,251(Rec:765;KR:233;PR:238; R:15)

5. Chuck Sims (‘90) 1,246 (R:799; Rec:122; KR:325) 6. Gerrit Stam (‘98) 1,236 (R:1131; Rec:105) 7.Nick FitzGibbon (‘06) 1,194 (R:444; Rec:214; KR:536) 8. Chris MacIntyre (‘04) 1,187 (R:891; Rec:91; KR;205) 9. Darrel Skuse (‘86) 1,183 (R:832; Rec:258; PR:93) MOST YARDS PASSING IN A CAREER NAME

ATT COMP YARDS TD

1. Justin Dunk 1123 2. Mike Shoemaker 646 3. Mike Eykens 744 4. Randy Walters 615 5. Jazz Lindsey 626 6. Rob Kitching 652 7. Tyson Beach 645 8. Nathan Body 336 9. Wally Gabler 385 10. Kevin Adam 361

PCT

9569

63

54.8

43

394

5220

32

61.0

30

370

5040

27

49.7

42

323

4694

41

52.7

39

342

4533

33

X

20

361

4408

32

55.4

37

269

3660

32

41.7

34

175

2924

19

52.1

12

176

2487

12

45.7

24

171

2284

16

46.6

29

MOST PASSES COMPLETED IN A SEASON

TOTAL 158 151 140 136 133 132 129 128 121 113

CAR 601 484 463 273 378 287 252 301 216 268

YARDS AVE 3601 5.9 2611 5.3 2347 5.1 1847 6.7 1815 4.8 1795 6.2 1778 6.3 1714 5.6 1452 6.7 1385 5.2

LONG TD 85 22 68 21 41 23 40 18 40 16 78 18 40 5 49 16 89 7 85 10

7. Michael Palmer 4,061 (R:1942; PR:1211; KR:862; R:46)

8. Tyson Beach 3,728 (P:3660; R:68)

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A SEASON

9. Chuck Sims 3,560 (R:1795; Rec:715; PR:111; KR:939) 10. Bruce Morris 3,095 (R:2611; Rec:430; PR:22; KR:32)

NAME YARDS 1. Gerrit Stam (‘98) 1,131 2. Rob Farquaharson (‘09) 936 3. Chris MacIntyre (‘04) 891 4. Nick Fitzgibbon (‘08) 853 5. Darrel Skuse (‘86) 832 6. Bruce Morris (‘75) 828 7. Dave Lane (‘73) 811 8. Nick FitzGibbon (‘10) 804 9. Chuck Sims (‘90) 799 10. Nick FitzGibbon (‘07) 794

TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS IN A SEASON

NAME, YR, YARDS 1. Justin Dunk (‘06) 2,826 (P:2452; R:374) 2. Justin Dunk (‘08) 2,502 (P:2064;R418) 3. Justin Dunk (‘09) 2,325 (P: 1902; R423) 4. Justin Dunk (‘07) 2,234 (P:1784;R450) 5. Mike Shoemaker (‘88) 2,122 (P:2006; R:116) 6. Kevin Adam (‘03) 2,104 (P:1789; R:315) 7. Jazz Lindsey (‘13) 1,999 (P:1805; R:194) 8. Jazz Lindsey (‘12) 1,833 (P:1601; R232) 9. Mike Shoemaker (‘89) 1,873 (P:1746; R:131) 10. Nathan Body (‘97) 1,842 (P:1758; R:84)

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CARRIES 188 185 152 150 148 145 139 135 132 129

MOST YARDS RECEIVING IN A NAME REC YARDS 1. Jedd Gardner 153 2520 2. Dan Tocher 146 2019 3. Jeff Keegan 101 1960 4. Michael Palmer 113 1942 5. Dave Irwin 117 1820 6. Kevin Reid 103 1689 7. Dave McKoy 95 1664 8. Dillon Dimitroff 94 1556 9. Andy Balson 104 1554 10. Nick FitzGibbon 107 1410

CAREER AVE LG TD 16.5 91 15 13.8 61 11 19.4 99 16 17.2 80 21 15.5 54 13 16.4 82 11 17.5 105 11 16.5 92 7 14.9 61 7 13.2 78 18

MOST YARDS RECEIVING IN A SEASON

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A CAREER

NAME 1. Nick FitzGibbon 2. Bruce Morris 3. Gerrit Stam 4. Justin Dunk 5. Mark Brown 6. Chuck Sims 7. John Godry 8. Rob Farquharson 9. John Lowe 10. Dave Lane

NAME 1. Gerrit Stam (‘88) 2. Chris MacIntyre (‘04) 3. Gerrit Stam (‘96) 4. Rob Farquharson (‘09) 5. Nick FitzGibbon (‘10) 6. Dave Lane (‘73) 7. Darrel Skuse (‘86) 8. Nick FitzGibbon (‘08) 9. Peterson Douglas (‘81) 10. Nick FitzGibbon (‘07)

INT

616

NAME 1. Justin Dunk (‘06) 2. Mike Shoemaker (‘88) 3. Kevin Adam (‘03) 4. Jazz Lindsey (‘13) 5. Justin Dunk (‘07) 6. Rob Kitching (‘93) 7. Mike Shoemaker (‘89) 8. Justin Dunk (‘09) 9. Justin Dunk (‘08) 10. Mike Eykens (‘82)

MOST CARRIES IN A SEASON

NAME 1. Jeff Keegan (‘05) 2. Dave McKoy (‘06) 3. Jedd Gardner (‘08) 4. Michael Palmer (‘02) 5. Jeff Keegan (‘06) 6. Parri Ceci (‘84) 7. Dave Irwin (‘93) 8. Frank Marof (‘91) 9. Kevin Reid (‘94) 10. Bob McLay (‘88)

YARDS 936 858 812 765 757 756 712 699 686 629

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON

NAME 1. Frank Marof (‘91) 2. Dave McKoy (‘06) 2. Jeff Keegan (‘06) 4. Jonathan Bohnert (‘01) 5. Dave Irwin (‘93) 6. Michael Palmer (‘02) 7. Dan Tocher (‘89) 8. Saxon Lindsey (‘13) 9. Dan Tocher (‘88) 9. Kevin Reid (‘94) 9. Shane Bryans (‘03)

CATCHES 60 48 48 47 46 46 45 44 43 43 43


MOST TOTAL TACKLES IN A CAREER

NAME TOTAL 1. Mike Hradil 198 2. Adam Dunk 165 3. Rob DiGravio 133 4. Jeff Keene 123 5. Bryan Maltby 121 6. Steve McKee 118 7. Sean Spender 105 8. Jake Reinhart 99 9. Mike O’Shea 88 10. Matt Hammer 83 MOST ASSISTED TACKLES IN A CAREER

NAME TOTAL 1. Steve McKee 316 2. Rob DiGravio 256 3. Todd Storms 255 4. Bryan Maltby 237 5. Mike O’Shea 222 6. Kevin Mellow 220 7. Don Murray 177 8. Chris Camboia 157 9. Charles Assman 151 10. Bill Vastis 145 MOST TOTAL TACKLES IN A SEASON

TOTAL 119 116 105 104 104 103 99 98 96 95

MOST PRIMARY TACKLES IN A SEASON

NAME 1. Mike Hradil (2001) 2. Mike Hradil (2002) 3. Wayne England (1987) 4. Matt Rossetti (2009) 5. Jake Reinhart (2011) 6. Sean Spender (2001) 6. Jeff Keene (2000) 7. Dan Wicklum (1987) 8. Andrew Oosterhuis (2002) 9. Adam Dunk (2009) 10. Adam Dunk (2010)

76 76 74 74 71 70 69 69

4. Krystian Strynger (‘97)

12

HIGHEST PUNTING AVG. IN A SEASON

NAME AVG. 1. Rob Maver (‘08) 46.12 2. Mark Hurst (‘85) 41.9 3. Rob Maver (‘09) 41.3 4. Rob Maver (‘07) 40.73 5. Mark Hurst (‘86) 40.5

MOST QB SACKS IN A CAREER

MOST PRIMARY TACKLES IN A CAREER

NAME 1. Dan Wicklum (‘87) 2. Rob DiGravio (‘88) 3. Todd Storms (‘95) 4. Steve McKee (‘90) 5. Mike O’Shea (‘92) 6. Wayne England (‘88) 7. Wayne England (‘87) 8. Byron Hodgson (‘88) 9. Todd Storms (‘94) 10. Steve McKee (‘91)

3. Wayne England (‘85) 4. Rob DiGravio (‘88) 5. Dan Wicklum (‘87) 6. Steve McKee (‘91) 7. Byron Hodgson (‘88) 8. Mike O’Shea (‘92) 9. Steve McKee (‘90) 10. Steve McKee (‘92)

TOTAL 67 58 50 52 48 46 46 45 44 42 41

MOST ASSISTED TACKLES IN A SEASON

NAME TOTAL 1. Todd Storms (1995) 94 2. Todd Storms (1994) 82

NAME TOTAL 1. Mike O’Shea 19 2. Bill Vastis 16 3. Todd Storms 14 4. Paul Dragojlovich 13 4. Shawn Hagarty 13 5. Jordon Thompson 12 6. Adam Dunk 11.5 7. Steve McKee 11 8. Chris Camboia 10 9. Grant MacDonald 9

LONGEST FIELD GOAL IN A SEASON

MOST QB SACKS IN A SEASON

MOST PUNTING YARDS IN A CAREER

NAME 1. Paul Dragojlovich (‘89) 2. Bill Vastis (‘96) 3. Todd Storms (‘93) 4. Mike O’Shea (‘91) 5. Mike O’Shea (‘89) 5. Mike O’Shea (‘90) 5. Jeremy Oxley (‘00) 5. Tag Russell (‘04) 5. Chris Hladich (‘07) 5. Grant MacDonald (‘08)

TOTAL 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

NAME YARDS 1. Norm Nasser (‘01) 52 2. Norm Nasser (‘01) 51 3. Carl Ljungberg (‘86) 47 3. Daniel Ferraro (‘13) 47 4. Tim Quirke (‘81) 46 5. Norm Nasser (‘01) 46 6. Norm Nasser (‘02) 46 7. Ryan Kooistra (‘03) 45 7.Rob Maver (‘07) 45 NAME YARDS 1. Norm Nasser 12,809 2. Rob Maver 11,770 3. Wayne Laidlaw 9,631 4. Mike Telepchuk 9,609 5. Wally Gabler 8,162 6. Daniel Ferraro 7,237 7. Mark Hurst 7,677 8. Pete Degouw 6,763 9. Clayton Brown 4,135 10. Gerry Organ 3,959

ALL-TIME STATS 2014 - 2015

NAME TOTAL 1. Steve McKee 434 2. Rob DiGravio 389 3. Bryan Maltby 358 4. Mike O’Shea 310 5. Todd Storms 298 6. Mike Hradil 278 7. Kevin Mellow 263 8. Don Murray 235 9. Charles Assman 223 10. Adam Dunk 221

MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A CAREER

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER

NAME 1. Trevor Small 2. Matt Hammer 3. John Kelley 4. Bill Brown 5. Sebastian Howard 6. Stan Strecker 6. Bryan Maltby 8. Jeff Volpe 8. Steve McKee 10. Rob DiGravio

NAME NO 1. Chuck Sims 35 2. Ron Lively 38 3. Michael Palmer 45 4. A’dre Fraser 30 5. Dave Sproat 33 6. Brad Bunn 46 7. Paul Bartley 26 8. Alex Charette 23 9. Nick FitzGibbon 24 10. Jedd Gardner 23

NO 18 13 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 9

YARDS AVE 116 6.4 230 17.7 232 19.3 122 10.2 240 20 111 10.3 78 7.0 61 6.1 109 10.9 136 15.0

YARDS 939 888 862 734 710 695 690 578 555 518

AVG. LONG 27.2 86 23.3 40 19.2 85 24.4 80 21.5 61 15.1 72 26.5 99 25.1 61 23.1 57 22.5 83

MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON

NAME 1. Trevor Small (‘03) 2. Jeff Volpe (‘83) 2.Sebastian Howard (‘07) 3. Scott Hobson (‘80) 3. Don Williams (‘81) 3. Wayne Laidlaw (‘81) 3. Matt Hammer (‘96) 3. Bill Brown (‘96) 3. Sean Spender (‘99) 3. Mike Hradil (‘00) 3. Taylor Palmer (‘13)

TOTAL 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

MOST FIELD GOALS IN A SEASON

NAME 1. Rob Maver (‘08) 2. Rob Maver (‘07) 3. Rob Maver (‘09) 3. Carl Ljungberg (‘87) 4. John Anderson (‘82) 4. Peter Barbaric (‘93)

TOTAL 18 15 13 13 12 12

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ALL-TIME STATS

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER

NAME 1. Michael Palmer 2. Jedd Gardner 3. Rob DiGravio 4. Ron Lively 5. John Kelley 6. Heron Tait 7. A’dre Fraser 8. John Lepore 9. Brad Bunn 10. Dave McKoy

NO 139 17 104 69 60 65 72 77 54 31

YARDS 1,211 989 956 867 829 823 814 713 674 581

AVG 8.7 58.2 9.2 12.6 13.8 12.7 11.3 9.2 12.5 18.7

LONG 50 129 72 97 130 45 59 55 72 118

LONGEST PUNT/KICK OFF RETURN IN A SEASON

NAME

1. Jedd Gardner (‘10) 2. Jedd Gardner (‘08) 3. Alex Charette (‘13) 4. Jedd Gardner (‘08) 5. Dave McKoy (‘06) 6. Jedd Gardner (‘07) 7. Nigel Downer (‘99) 8. Dave McKoy (‘04) 9. Kyle Walters (‘95) 10. Warren Hudson (‘81)

YARDS

129 128 125 119 118 114 103 102 96 86

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON

1. Mike Palmer (‘00) 2. Jedd Gardner (‘08) 3. Heron Tait (‘93 )

538 505 495

MOST YARDS PASSING IN A SEASON - TEAM

YEAR 1. 2009 2. 2011 3. 1988 4. 2003 5. 1994 6. 1997 7. 1993 8. 1989 9. 2001 10. 1991

YARDS 2178 2148 2019 1881 1849 1812 1771 1757 1741 1737

BEST DEFENSE AGAINST THE PASS - TEAM

YEAR 1. 1972 2. 1989 3. 1975 4. 1982 5. 1977 6. 1992 7. 1991 8. 1980 9. 1990 10. 1973

YARDS 774 795 825 911 980 1004 1018 1030 1052 1105

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MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A SEASON - TEAM

YEAR 1. 2009 2. 2010 3. 1975 4. 1998 5. 1978 6. 1986 7. 1999 8. 1973 9. 1974 10. 1988

YARDS 1508 1493 1463 1456 1395 1385 1333 1332 1242 1220

BEST DEFENSE AGAINST THE RUN - TEAM

YEAR 1.1983 2. 1981 3. 1992 4. 1984 5. 1982 6. 1996 7. 1985 8. 1990 9. 1987 10. 1993

YARDS 637 667 724 762 766 869 883 887 933 955


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GRYPHON CAPTAINS 2014 - 2015

1888 1893 1903 1904 1905 1906 1908 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915-18 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941-44 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949

G RYPH O N T E AM CA PTA IN S H.A. Morgan P.B. Kennedy Jim Bracken Jim Bracken E.J. Zavitz E.J. Zavitz T.O. Clarke H.L. Knauss G.O. Madden C.A. Webster H.A. Braithwaite Art Wilson World War 1 Arthur H. Musgrove J. Worden Edwards J. Worden Edwards John A. McMillan John A. McMillan Ray Pugh Leo Silcox H. Colson W.R. Graham Glynn Griffiths Hugh Watt A. Eckhart Sid Henry Wilbert Gollenhon Porter Mills Butch Easton Ab Folland H. Elliott Wil Jennings Johnny Gartshore Frank MacDonald Ray Smees Joe Brown Bill Mitchell Ed Leckie Jim Follwell Jo Jo Fraser Al Smith Jim Kenney C.B. Slemon World War II Ken Smith Tommy Thomasson Burt Matthews Ken Smith Tony Calverly Wally Packman Jack Raithby Bill Anderson Murray Savage Bob Brooks Jack Cote Hort Moore

1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

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Bob Brooks Jack Cote Jack Reeves Doug Treleavan Larry Burt Wayne Gerrie Mark Raithby Dave Francis Wayne Gerrie Dave Francis Wayne Gerrie Murray Atkinson Robert Billin Bill Weber Ron Bogart Bill Sproule Bill Weber Carl Jackson Robert Keith Harold Grunau John Henry Raemond German Dave Hume Rob Bechtal Raemond German Jim McMillan Don Taylor Dave Goslin Bruce Groves Gary Brohman Dave Cressman Bruce Groves D. Brown B. Dempsey, G. Scott Dave Montgomery John Vandenberg Don Ziraldo Terry Hemming Steve Stewart Greg Topolie Gerry Organ Greg Topolie Don Westlake Dave Hutton Ted McEachern Dan Cronwell Jim Chorostecki Tom Arnott Jim Chorostecki Tom Arnott Mark Brown Dave Sproat Andy Balson Jeff Hale Andy Balson Tim Jewson

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Andy Balson Jeff Crampton Harry Doering Carmen Sferrazza Sam Benincasa Jeff Hale Scott Hobson Angelo Molinaro Sam Benincasa Allan Driver John Godry Jeff Yanchus Randy Dimitroff Blaine Schmidt Jed Tommy Randy Walters Jeff Yanchus Randy Dimitroff Peter Langford Blaine Schmidt Darryl Skuse Randy Walters Mike Knighton Darryl Skuse Pat Tracey Jr. Gus Alevizos Tom Dimitroff Jr. Mike Shoemaker Gus Alevizos Tom Dimitroff Jr. Mike Shoemaker Tom Dimitroff Jr. Jeff Feagan Pat Nield Mike Shoemaker Bryan Maltby Frank Marof Don Murray Frank Panos Chuck Sims Alrick Daugherty Bryan Maltby Brett McCallum Don Murray Marty Parker Steve McKee Steve McKee Shawn Hagarty Todd Storms Kyle Walters Chris Camboia Gerrit Stam Nick Gallo Gerrit Stam Jeremy Oxley Tyson Beach

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Mike Hradil Anthony Mason Dan Noble Andrew Oosterhuis Mike Dougherty Anthony Mason Andrew Oosterhis Mike Dougherty Colin Dyer Chris McIntyre Andrew Oosterhuis Shaun Arbuckle Justin Dunk Colin Dyer Dave McKoy Adam Wigdor Justin Dunk Chris Decker Chris Hladich Sean Riley Graeme Reed Justin Dunk Sean Riley Graeme Reed Tag Russell Adam Dunk Chris Rossetti Nick Fitzgibbon Andrew Crosby Dillon Dimitroff Dave Honig Adam Dunk Scott Eggleton James Savoie Mike Millar Matt Rossetti Mike Millar Chris Rossetti Jarryd Baines Jake Reinhart Zach Androschuk Mike Millar Matt Richardson Jazz Lindsey Saxon Lindsey Bryan Dunjko Jazz Lindsey Cody O’Neill Rob Farquharson Taylor Palmer Jeff Finley Cameron Walker John Rush


1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941-45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962

Sid Henry George Mills Ab Folland Beverly Easton Hank McDonald Bill Mitchell No Award Presented Ross Chapman George Reynolds WWII Burt Matthews John Harvey Walter Packman Jim Baker Jack Cote Bob Steckle Larry Burt Fraser Kerr Mark Raithby Bob Hart Dave Francis Bob Billin Bill Sproule Bob Keith John Henry Don Ward Dave Hume Raemond German

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Jim MacMillan Ted Barron Bruce Groves Gary Scott John Vandenberg Terry Hemming Steve Stewart Dave Clarke Bill Morrison Don Westlake Ted McEachern Greg Scheifele Dan Cornwell Bruce Morris Tom Arnott Vaughn Wright Steve Hale Tim Jewson Ron Lively Harry Doering Scott Hobson Sam Benincasa Peter Simpson John Godry Mike Knighton Jim Farrell Bob McLay

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Tom Dimitroff Jr. Calvin Nigh Chuck Simms Dan Walker Rob Wesseling Mark Dragich Kip Wigmore Ryan Strom Ian McQueen Peter Partridge Joel Varty Nick Gallo Jeremy Oxley Sean Spender Jonathan Bohnert Norm Nasser Mike Dougherty Andrew Oosterhuis Adam Carapella Colin Dyer Adam Slomer Graeme Reed Jeff Cain Matt Rossetti Jedd Gardner Zach Androschuk Taylor Palmer

WILDMAN TROPHY 2014 - 2015

W IL D M A N T RO PH Y WIN NE R S

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O U A / C I S / G RY PHO N AWAR D S

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HONOUR ROLL

CIS ALL – CANADIANS CIS ACADEMIC ALL – 69 Gerry Organ CANADIANS 73 74 74 80 81 82 81 82 82 82 83 84 85 86 86 88 86 88 88 88 89 91 91 92 92 92 93 92 93 94 93 93 93 94 95 96 96 97 97 98 99 99 00 01 01 01 06 08 08 08 09 09 10 12

John Kelley John Kelley Dave Lane Mike Hudson Mike Hudson Mike Hudson Jeff Hale Peter Langford Junior Robinson Sam Benincasa Sam Benincasa Parri Ceci Louie Godry Louie Godry Gus Alevizos Gus Alevizos Al Anonech Jim Farrell Wasyl Saluckok Mike Shoemaker Dan Tocher Bryan Maltby Frank Marof Shawn Hagarty Mike O’Shea Dale Irwin Dave Irwin Rob Wesseling Rob Wesseling Rob Wesseling Charles Assmann Steve McKee Hugh Tharby Kevin Reid Kyle Walters Kyle Walters Bill Vastis Nathan Body Kip Zavitz Gerrit Stam Sean Spender Jeremy Oxley Jeremy Oxley Jonathan Bohnert Norm Nasser Mike Palmer David McKoy Rob Maver James Savoie Jedd Gardner James Savoie Nick FitzGibbon Nick FitzGibbon Cameron Thorn

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*beginning from 1999* 99 – 00 Tyson Beach 00 – 01 Tyson Beach 00 – 01 Sean Spender 01 – 02 Andrew Oosterhuis 01 – 02 Todd Stevens 01 – 02 Jason Trickovic 02 – 03 Norman Nasser 02 – 03 Andrew Oosterhuis 03 – 04 Adam Carapella 03 – 04 John Paul Cavalluzzo 03 – 04 Mike Dougherty 03 – 04 Andrew Oosterhuis 03 – 04 Ben Stephenson 04 – 05 Adam Carapella 04 – 05 Chris McIntyre 04 – 05 Andrew Oosterhuis 05 – 06 Adam Carapella 05 – 06 Michael Dougherty 05 – 06 Matthew Legg 07 – 08 Lance Fergin 07 – 08 Scott Seamone 07 – 08 Adam Slomer 08 – 09 Jedd Gardner 08 – 09 Jeff Cain 09 – 10 Jeff Cain 09 – 10 Matthew Rossetti 09 – 10 Andrew Crosby 09 – 10 Jedd Gardner 09 – 10 Zach Androschuk 09 – 10 Alex Ferris 10 – 11 Zach Androschuk 10 – 11 Jedd Gardner 10 – 11 Tim Berta 10 – 11 Avery Parle 10 – 11 Winston Green 10 – 11 Mark Durigon 11 – 12 Zach Androshcuk 11 – 12 Jedd Gardner 11 – 12 Taylor Palmer 11 – 12 Chris Rossetti 11 – 12 Jake Reinhart 11 – 12 Avery Parle 11 – 12 Joel Mohr 11 – 12 Mark Durigon

UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH AWARDS

Cathy Rowe Manager of the Year 83 – 84 Colin Sim 91 – 92 Ed Malabre 96 – 97 Joe Varamo

DR. JAMES MACLACHLAN TRAINER

04 – 05 Nat Laberge 05 – 06 Marya Morrison 07 – 08 Jared Eidt

SCOTT YANCHUS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 06 – 07 Nick Fitzgibbon

DON CAMERON TROPHY

54 – 55 57 – 58 58 – 59 61 – 62 62 – 63 63 – 64 65 – 66 69 – 70 74 – 75 78 – 79 83 – 84 84 – 85 86 – 87 87 – 88 89 – 90 90 – 91 92 – 93 93 – 94 96 – 97 99 – 00 01 – 02 03 – 04 07 – 08 08 – 09 09 – 10 11 – 12

Bob Hart Joe Brent Harold Grunau Ray German J. MacMillan M. Sauve Gary Soctt Gerry Organ Jim Chorostecki Jeff Inglis Mimo Dimuzio Brett Marshall Dan Wicklum Mike Shoemaker Bryan Maltby Matt Rolleman Shawn Hagarty Charles Assmann Nick Gallo Sean Spender Mike Palmer Andrew Oosterhuis Justin Dunk Rob Maver James Savoie Robert Farquharson

W.F. MITCHELL SPORTSMAN AWARD 78 – 79 87 – 88 88 – 89 89 – 90 91 – 92 98 – 99 99 – 00 02 – 06

Mark Brown Dan Wicklum Wayne England Tom Dimitroff Huge Tharby Gerrit Stam Jeremy Oxley Mark Halfpenny

MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 55 – 56 57 – 58 60 – 61 61 – 62 62 – 63

Harry Brightwell Stu O’Neil John A. Henry Jim MacMillan Ray F. German

65 – 66 66 – 67 70 – 71 71 – 72 74 – 75 75 – 76 77 – 78 83 – 84 84 – 85 86 – 87 87 – 88 88 – 89 90 – 91 91 – 92 92 – 93 93 – 94

Don Wismer Doug Brown Don Westlake Wayne Morgan Paul Gilson Bruce Morris Mark Brown Sam Benincasa Parri Ceci Lou Godry Dan Wicklum Mike Shoemaker Chuck Sims Frank Marof Mike O’Shea Dave Irwin

PRESIDENT’S TROPHY 93 – 94 94 – 95 02 – 03 05 – 06 07 – 08 11 – 12

Rob Wesseling Rob Wesseling Mark Halfpenny Mike Dougherty Adam Slomer Zach Androschuk

OUA/OUAA ALL – STARS

13 – 14 12 – 13

11 – 12 10 – 11

09 – 10

Andrew Graham Cam Thorn A’dre Fraser Taylor Palmer Jakob Piotrowski Cameron Walker Cameron Walker A’dre Fraser Matthew Richardson Robert Farquharson Dillon Dimitroff Michael Millar John Rush Bryan Dunjko Sebastian Howard Bryan Dunjko Nick FitzGibbon Grant MacDonald James Savoie Mark Durigon Andrew Crosby Jedd Gardner Adam Dunk Jordan Duncan Nick FitzGibbon Ryan Bomben Rob Maver James Savoie Jedd Gardner Grant MacDonald Adam Dunk


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06 – 07

05 – 06

04 – 05

03 – 04 02 – 03 01 – 02

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95 – 96

94 – 95

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93 – 94

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89 – 90

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Brian Robinson Todd Storms Hugh Tharby Rob Wesseling Drew Dempster Trevor Hunter Jason Ireton Rob DiGravio Shawn Hagarty Dave Irwin Rob MacRae Steve McKee Mike O’Shea Kevin Reid Jim Stewart Hugh Tharby Rob Wesselling Frank Marof Bryan Maltby Robert Di Gravio Dave Irwin Rob McCrae Mike O’Shea Dan Tocher Chuck Sims Brett McCallum Jim Stewart Calvin Nigh Bryan Maltby Matt Rolleman Paul Dragojlovich Bryan Maltby Frank Marof Bob McLay Tom Newbigging Pat Nield Mike Shoemaker Dan Tocher Gus Alevizos Wayne England Jim Farrell Bob McLay Bryan Maltby Paul McDermott Vasyl Saluchock Mike Shoemaker Dan Tocher Jim Parrell Rick Kohler Tom Dimitroff Mike McLarnon Dan Wicklum Al Anonech Gus Alevizos Lou Godry Mark Hurst Darryl Skuse Rob Ciarafoni Mike Knighton Mike McLaron

85 – 86 Gus Alevizos Al Anonech Lou Godry Grant Goodrich Mark Hurst Rick Kohler Peter Langford John Lepore Blaine Schmidt Jeff Volpe 84 – 85 Parri Ceci Mark Hurst Rob Pavan Jeff Volpe Dave Moore John Godry Lou Godry Grant Goodrich Blaine Schmidt 83 – 84 Sam Benincasa Mi mo Dimuzio Louie Godry Scott Lecky Jeff Volpe Jeff Yanchus 81 – 82 Sam Benincasa Don Williams Jeff Hale Mike Hudson Andy Balson Harry Doering Peter Langford Peterson Douglas Kerry Hiebert Carmen Sferrazza 80 – 81 Mike Hudson Andy Balson Sam Benincasa Scott Hobson Carmen Sferrazza Mick Hughes Harry Doering Kerry Hierbert 79 – 80 John Lowe Jeff Inglis 78 – 79 Mark Brown 77 – 78 Mark Brown

OUA/OUAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 06 – 07 Nick FitzGibbon 88 – 89 Chuck Sims

OUA VOLUNTEER COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD & CIS GINO FRACAS AWARD 11 – 12 Brian Cluff

2013 – 2014 TEAM AWARDS Captains Award: Luke Nangle Kyle Walters Trophy: Pat McGrath Special Teams Player of the Year: Andrew Graham Scout Team Players of the Year: Brandon Gordon (O) & Daniel Horta (D) Rookie of the Year: Ian Marouf Unsung Hero: Wayne Ego (equipment manager) Defensive Player of the Year: Cam Walker Donald Forster Trophy (MVP): Saxon Lindsey & Alex Charette

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Nick FitzGibbon Jedd Gardner Rob Maver Sean Riley James Savoie Sean Riley Chris Decker Justin Dunk Nick FitzGibbon Chris Hladich Ian Keleher Rob Maver David McKoy Justin Dunk Jeff Keegan Rob Maver Sean Riley Jeff Keegan Mike Dougherty Andrew Oosterhuis Sean Riley Anthony Mason Mike Dougherty Chris Hladich Mike Dougherty Mike Palmer Mike Hradil Mike Palmer Jonathan Bohnert Norm Nasser Elvio Bomben Mike Hradil Jeremy Oxley Mike Palmer Jeff Kneene Norm Nasser Chris Portwood Jeremy Oxley Sean Spender Dave Gemin Shawn Smith Sean Spence Jason Stoter Gerrit Stam Jeremy Oxley Matt Hammer Kip Zavitz Kyle Walters Brad Bunn Todd Storms Shawn Hagarty Kevin Reid Todd Storms Rob Wesseling Terry Wiggan Charles Assmann Dave Irwin John Leaver Steven McKee Kevin Reid

Lineman of the Year: Cam Thorn Ted Wildman Memorial Trophy: Taylor Palmer

OUA/OUAA MVP

89 – 90 Mike Shoemaker 88 – 89 Mike Shoemaker

OUA ALL – ROOKIE TEAM 13 – 14 Orion Edwards Johnny Augustine

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