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OUA/U SPORTS DIRECTORY SPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR Hailey Milligan Tel: (905) 635-5510 ext. 206 hailey.milligan@oua.ca

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER ONTARIO UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS 3305 Harvester Road, Unit 2 Burlington, ON L7N 3N2 Tel: (905) 635-5510 Fax: (905) 635-5820 www.oua.ca @OUAsport

Katie Mueller Tel: (905) 635-5510 ext. 204 katie.mueller@oua.ca

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR Matthew Walker Tel: (905) 635-5510 ext. 207 Cell: (289) 244-9993 matthew.walker@oua.ca

PRESIDENT Peter Baxter Tel: (519) 884-0710 ext. 2216 pbaxter@wlu.ca

CEO Gord Grace Tel: (905) 635-7470 gord.grace@oua.ca

U SPORTS

Wally Gabler Tel: (905) 635-5510 ext. 203 wally.gabler@oua.ca

45 Vogell Road, Suite 701 Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3P6 Tel: (905) 508-3000 Fax: (905) 508-4221 www.usports.ca

SENIOR SPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR

MEDIA RELATIONS

Jenelle Herbert Tel: (905) 635-5510 ext. 205 jenelle.herbert@oua.ca

Ken Saint-Eloy Manager, Communications Tel: (905) 508-3000 ksainteloy@universitysport.ca

DIRECTOR OF SPORT OPERATIONS


OUA Staff Directory.............................................................................................................. 2 U Sports Media Contact.................................................................................................... 2 OUA Tie-Breaking Procedures....................................................................................... 4 FIBA Rules .................................................................................................................................. 4 Team Information Algoma Thunderbirds.............................................................................6-9 Brock Badgers.....................................................................................12-15 Carleton Ravens..................................................................................18-21 Guelph Gryphons................................................................................22-25 Lakehead Thunderwolves..............................................................26-29 Laurentian Voyageurs.....................................................................30-33 Laurier Golden Hawks.....................................................................36-39 McMaster Marauders....................................................................40-43 Nipissing Lakers..................................................................................44-47 Ottawa Gee-Gees................................................................................48-51 Queen’s Gaels.......................................................................................52-55 Ryerson Rams.....................................................................................56-59 Toronto Varsity Blues......................................................................62-65 Waterloo Warriors...........................................................................66-69 Western Mustangs..........................................................................72-75 Windsor Lancers...............................................................................76-79 York Lions...............................................................................................80-83 Men’s Information 2015-16 Standings, Playoff Stats and Player Stats.....86-87 Past OUA Champions..............................................................................88 2015-16 Awards.......................................................................................89 2015-16 All Stars.....................................................................................90 oua Record Book......................................................................................91 Women’s Information 2015-16 Standings, Playoff Stats and Player Stats............94-95 Past OUA Champions..............................................................................96 2015-16 Awards.......................................................................................97 2015-16 All Stars.....................................................................................98 oua Record Book......................................................................................99


OUA TIE BREAKING PROCEDURES

TIE BREAKING PROCEDURES:

1. Most league wins (if the teams have played the same number of games). 2. Record in head-to-head competition (if all teams involved in the tie have played each other at least once). 3. Point difference in head-to-head competition (if all teams involved in the tie have played each other at least once). 4. Record in games within the division. 5. Record in games against common opponents. 6. Record in games against each of the other teams in the division, starting at the top of the standing and continuing in descending order. 7. Point difference in games within the division. 8. Point difference in games against common opponents. 9. Point difference in games against the highest divisional opponent not involved in the tie. 10. Point difference in games against the second-highest divisional opponent not involved in the tie. 11. If the tie persists, repeat Step 10 using the other teams in the division in descending order until the tie is broken. 12. Total point difference. 13. Coin toss (if two teams are tied) or drawing of lots (if more than two teams are tied).

number of games against each other, the difference is NOT weighted to compensate for the number of games played. Any weighting would magnify the differences apparent in the number of games played. NOTE: When the above system separates one or more teams from the other, those teams shall be ranked accordingly and any remaining ties shall be broken by reverting to Step 1 of the appropriate system.

RULE

FIBA RULES

Duration

4 quarters of 10 minutes each.

Intervals of Play

15-minute half time; 2 minutes between each quarter.

Starting Each Half

Jump ball only to start the game. Possession arrows for the rest.

Substitutions

Permitted during clock stoppage. Free throw situations - Prior to first shot and before ball at disposal of thrower-in following last shot (if successful) or if to be followed by throw-in at free throw line extended or at mid-court. Last 2 minutes of second half, subs permitted for team scored upon.

Timeouts

Must be requested at scorer’s table by the coach or assistant coach. Granted at the next stoppage of play, or if scored upon, or after last successful free throw or after free throw followed by throw-in at free throw line extended or at mid-court No timeout between free throws. Timeout is 1 minute in duration - warning at 50 seconds. One timeout per overtime.

Timing

Clock stops last 2 minutes of second half & extra periods on made field goals.

Shot Clock Reset

Resets to 24 when: - Ball hits rim - Change of possessions - Score - Technical stoppage, no advantage - Injury to opponent - All fouls (except double and cancellation of equal penalities and same team gets throw-in) - All violations by defence (except out of bounds) Resets to 14 when: - A front court defensive foul occurs if no free throws and less than 14 seconds is displayed.

Shot Clock

Ball must be released prior to sounding of horn and subsequently hit rim. Clock begins on throw-ins after offensive or defensive touch and on player control after a rebound.

Penalty (Bonus)

2 shots starting on the 5th team foul in each quarter.

DEFINITIONS: 1. Record is determined by calculating the winning percentage as follows: • If there are no ties (Basketball): Wins/ Games Played 2. For the purpose of this rule, “division” is defined as the basis on which playoff positions are determined. If playoff positions are determined on a league-wide basis, then the league is to be considered one “division” for the purposes of the rule, regardless of the number of divisions that may exist for scheduling or other purposes. 3. Point difference is calculated by taking the number of points (goals, runs, etc.) score by a team, and subtracting the number of points (goals, runs, etc.) allowed by a team. When point difference is to break a tie between teams who have played an unequal

FIBA 2016-2017 SEASON


Thunderbirds

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Men’s season preview

After a slow start to the 2015-16 season, the Algoma Thunderbirds men’s basketball team ended on a high note, with five wins in the second half, narrowly missing a spot in the play-offs. Under the leadership of Thomas Cory, who has been with the team for 11 years, the Thunderbirds are looking to continue the momentum and build off their five wins in the preseason, including two victories over NCAA Division III team, Olivet College. For 2016-17, the Thunderbirds have added five new recruits: Elijah Butler, Nicholas Gehlen, Brandon Dwyer, Taylor Smith, and Damian Okungbowa.

“We are looking forward to the start of the new season. We want to continue to compete where we left off in 2015-16. We’ve been working hard since joining the OUA in practices and recruiting to build a solid, competitive team. We’re finally at the place where we can be competitive every game.” – Thomas Cory, Head Coach Key Losses: Andre Barber, Brett Zufelt Key Returns: Reng Gum, Sean Clendinning, Adam Benrabah, Jermaine Lyle Key Recruits: Elijah Butler, Nicholas Gehlen, Brandon Dwyer, Taylor Smith

Algoma U 1520 Quee Sault Ste. M Tel. 705.9 Fax. 705.9 Web. www.algoma

Direc

Mark Kon Tel. 705.949.23 Email. mark.kontula

Sports Info

Meagha Tel. 705.949.23 Email. meaghan.k

Men’s Ba

15-16 Rec Playoff Rec Head Coach: T Tel. 705.949.23 Email. thomas.co

Women’s B

15-16 Rec Playoff Rec Head Coach: Tel. 705.949.23 Email. ryan.vetri

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Algoma hunderbirds

Facts:

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Univeristy en Street E. Marie, ON 949.2301 946.7252 athunderbirds.ca

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an Kent 301 ext. 4121 kent@algomau.ca

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cord: 5-15 cord: DNP Thomas Cory 301 ext. 4516 ory@algomau.ca

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cord: 1-19 cord: DNP Ryan Vetrie 301 ext. 4518 ie@algomau.ca

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woMen’s season preview

The 2016-17 season promises to be the best season yet for the Algoma Thunderbirds women’s basketball team since joining the OUA back in 2013. With the help of new recruits Karina Cole, Jamerka Martin, Stephanie Labbe, and Rebecca Wylie, the Thunderbirds have come out strong in their preseason. The Algoma squad has won six exhibition games, including wins over the Laurentian Voyageurs, Nipissing Lakers, and Manitoba Bisons, giving them their best preseason to date. The Thunderbirds are coached by Ryan Vetrie, who returns for his seventh consecutive year. He is joined by Assistant Coaches Anna-Lee Policicchio and Matt Oliveria.

“We have made some significant improvements since last season and I believe with the returning and the new players we have added, they will allow us to compete this year. Our team needs to continue to work hard in practice and stay focused on the process.” - Ryan Vetrie, Head Coach Key Losses: Laura Meadows Key Returns: Sydney Resch, Karissa Kajorinne, Maireed Dunn, Alyssa Dovigi Key Recruits: Karina Cole, Jamerka Martin, Stephanie Labbe, Rebecca Wylie


Thunderbirds 2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 13 15 22 23 24 34

NAME Nikola Zorcic Elijah Butler Jacob Clendinning Mithun Jaisankar Nathan Riley Adam Benrabah Cailum White Sean Clendinning Taylor Smith Reng Gum Nicholas Palazzi Jermaine Lyle Brandon Dwyer Nicholas Gehlen Damian Okungbowa

HT. 5-11 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-7 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-6 6-0

POS. G F G F F G G G G C F G G F G

YR. 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 4 1 4 3 2 1 2 1

Thunderbirds BEST....

MAJOR Business Administration Psycology Political Science Biology Psycology Sociology Business Law & Justice Business Administration Business Administration Sociology Law and Justice Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration

HOMETOWN Winnipeg, Man. Honolulu , HI Orillia, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Victoria, B.C. Victoria, B.C. Orillia, Ont. Vancouver, B.C. Surrey, B.C. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Tampa, FL Toronto, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Cailum White, Sean Clendinning

Reng Gum, Nathan Riley

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Sean Clendinning, Elijah Butler

Jermaine Lyle, Jake Clendinning

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Reng Gum, Adam Benrabah

Jake Clendinning, Jermaine Lyle

2015-16 Season Stats

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Lakehead Fri. 11 Laurier Sat. 12 Laurier Fri. 18 Carleton Sat. 19 Ottawa Fri. 25 Ryerson Sat. 26 Toronto

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

DECEMBER Fri. 2 York Sat. 3 Queen’s

8:00 PM 8:00 PM

JANUARY Fri. 13 Waterloo Sat. 14 Waterloo Fri. 20 Windsor Sat. 21 Windsor Fri. 27 Guelph

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Western Sat. 4 Western Fri. 10 Brock Sat. 11 McMaster Fri. 17 Laurentian Sat. 18 Nipissing

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

2 Nikola Zorcic 3 Andre Barber 4 Jacob Clendinning 5 Brett Zufelt 6 Nathan Riley 7 Zach Buchan 8 Adam Benrabah 9 Cailum White 10 Sean Clendinning 11 Kristjan Lamont 13 Reng Gum 15 Eric Thompson 22 Jermaine Lyle

5 20 19 20 20 1 20 20 20 12 17 14 20

5.8 1-5 27 95-236 17.1 33-124 25.2 57-149 21.7 36-90 1 0-0 17.7 38-125 12.6 24-78 29.5 91-262 11.4 5-21 25.4 32-85 6.6 8-30 15.8 32-94

20 0-1 0 4-4 100 3 0 3 2 1 0 0 1.2 40.3 46-128 35.9 30-45 66.7 9 77 86 36 53 22 1 13.3 26.6 15-61 24.6 18-24 75 10 32 42 27 36 26 0 5.2 38.3 0-1 0 42-63 66.7 29 65 94 17 31 18 4 7.8 40 42371 50 35-56 62.5 23 62 85 9 31 25 4 5.4 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 30.4 21094 17.5 24-40 60 21 32 53 10 21 20 6 5.5 30.8 21-67 31.3 9-11 81.8 10 22 32 9 9 6 3 3.9 34.7 29-77 37.7 53-67 79.1 21 20 41 25 35 21 1 13.2 23.8 0-0 - 7-11 63.6 6 16 22 1 8 2 1 1.4 37.6 42437 37.5 15-29 51.7 35 88 123 9 21 14 28 4.8 26.7 0-1 0 10-14 71.4 6 13 19 1 7 6 2 1.9 34 14-46 30.4 16-22 72.7 4 29 33 11 20 16 1 4.7

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG


Algoma hunderbirds 2016-17 WOMen’s Basketball Roster # 13 10 12 7 9 5 23 15 22 33 03

NAME Karissa Kajorinne Sydney Resch Alyssa Dovigi Carriera Lamoureux Karly Fracalanza Karina Cole Marlee Ball Mairead Dunn Jamerka Martin Rebecca Wylie Stephanie Labbe

HT. POS. 5-8 G 5-6 G 5-6 G 5-5 G 5-11 F 5-8 G 5-11 F 6-2 C 5-8 G 5-10 F 5-10 F

YR. 4 4 4 5 1 3 2 4 4 1 2

Thunderbirds BEST....

MAJOR Business Administration Business Administration Mathematics History Psycology Biology Law & Justice Law & Justice Mathematics Biology Admin

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Thunder Bay, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Winnipeg, Man. Sarnia, Ont. Lincoln, MI Waterdown, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Milwaukee, WI London, Ont. Montreal, Que.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Karissa Kajorinne, Sydney Resch

Carriera Lamoureaux, Alyssa Dovigi

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Karissa Kajorinne, Sydney Resch

Sydney Resch, Alyssa Dovigi

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Maireed Dunn, Marlee Ball

Sydney Resch, Alyssa Dovigi

2015-16 Season Stats

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Lakehead Fri. 11 Laurier Sat. 12 Laurier Fri. 18 Carleton Sat. 19 Ottawa Fri. 25 Ryerson Sat. 26 Toronto

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

DECEMBER Fri. 2 York Sat. 3 Queen’s

6:00 PM 6:00 PM

JANUARY Fri. 13 Waterloo Sat. 14 Waterloo Fri. 20 Windsor Sat. 21 Windsor Fri. 27 Guelph

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Western Sat. 4 Western Fri. 10 Brock Sat. 11 McMaster Fri. 17 Laurentian Sat. 18 Nipissing

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

5 7 9 10 12 13 14 15 21 23 25 15 22

18 20 20 18 19 20 1 20 12 20 20 14 20

20.8 26-94 23.8 34-110 17.7 30-130 24.9 35-147 22.7 14-54 24.9 56-159 0 0-0 - 18.4 25-89 5 0-4 0 20.5 34-138 20.9 57-172 6.6 8-30 15.8 32-94

27.7 21-75 30.9 9-30 23.1 14-64 23.8 16-63 25.9 7-28 35.2 32-93 0-0 - 28.1 0-0 0-0 - 24.6 10-34 33.1 0-0 26.7 0-1 34 14-46

28 6-12 50 6 38 44 8 30 22-30 73.3 23 44 67 20 21.9 12-17 70.6 12 54 66 12 25.4 13-18 72.2 11 41 52 19 25 5-8 62.5 8 38 46 14 34.4 13-18 72.2 11 60 71 16 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 - 18-39 46.2 37 69 106 6 0-0 - 1 6 7 2 5 29.4 34-43 79.1 17 63 80 12 - 74-104 71.2 21 41 62 6 0 10-14 71.4 6 13 19 1 30.4 16-22 72.7 4 29 33 11

Jordan Milos Carriera Lamoureux Mackenzie Robinson Sydney Resch Alyssa Dovigi Karissa Kajorinne Karly Fracalanza Mairead Dunn Carlie Manners Marlee Ball Laura Meadows Eric Thompson Jermaine Lyle

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG 28 17 3 64 23 0 42 14 2 66 11 0 46 11 0 81 41 4 0 0 0 30 8 30 1 0 0 48 12 7 37 17 11 7 6 2 20 16 1

4.4 5 4.3 5.5 2.1 7.9 0 3.4 0 5.6 9.4 1.9 4.7


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Quick F Men’s season preview

The Brock men’s basketball finished the 2015-16 season with the fourth best record in school history at 27-11. With a trio of OUA All-Stars returning, including U Sports First Team All-Canadian Dani Elgadi, the Badgers under head coach Charles Kissi, have their eyes set on the Wilson Cup title and a berth back to Nationals for the first time since 2008. Key returnees include Elgadi (19.9 PPG, 11.7 RPG), Johneil Simpson (16.6 PPG, 6.3 RPG), Ryan Bennett (11.9 PPG, 4.4 RPG) and OUA All-Rookie selection Tyler Brown (7.0 PPG, 2.9 APG). All four starters are threats offensively in the OUA West.

University in

Brock Un 500 Glenrid St. Cathar Tel. 905.6 Fax. 905.6 Web. www.go

Direc

Neil Lum Tel. 905.688.55 Email. nlumsde

Sports Info

The Badgers top recruits include NCAA transfers Cassidy Ryan (Canisius), U Sports transfers Mo Ismail (Ottawa GeeGees) and Trevor Thompson (Guelph Gryphons) and Daniel Cayer who may be one of the top first year players in U Sports.

Shawn W Tel. 905.688.55 Email. swhitele

“I’m very excited for this upcoming season. Looking forward to being able to build on the tremendous progress we made last year as a program. We expect to be among the country’s best once again with a lot more added talent and depth.”

15-16 Rec Playoff Rec Head Coach: C Tel. 905.688.55 Email. ckissi@

Men’s Ba

– Charles Kissi, Head Coach

Women’s B

Key Losses: Matt Marshall, Nate Gardener, Zach Angelini

15-16 Rec Playoff Rec Head Coach: Ash Tel. 905.688.55 Email. amacspor

Key Returns: Dani Elgadi, Johneil Simpson, Ryan Bennett, Tyler Brown Key Recruits: Daniel Cayer, Mo Ismail, Cassidy Ryan, Trevor Thompson

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Brock Badgers

Facts:

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niversity dge Avenue rines, ON 688.5550 688.0541 obadgers.ca

ctor:

msden 550 ext. 5885 en@brocku.ca

ormation:

Whiteley 550 ext. 4506 ey@brocku.ca

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cord: 7-12 cord: DNP Charles Kissi 550 ext. 3301 @brocku.ca

woMen’s season preview

The Brock women’s basketball team has a new coach in former U Sports player Ashley McSporran as it enters the 2016-17 campaign. It is an exciting time at Brock with the overall fan excitement and McSporran looking to build a contender in the OUA West. Key returnees include senior forward Kira Cornelissen (11.2 PPG, 6.5 RPG), OUA West All-Star Melissa Tatti (10.2 PPG, 2.8 APG) and OUA All-Rookie selection Chrissy Sirignano (5.5 PPG). Brock will also look to returnees Alex Symonds and Bailie Campbell for more production in their roles this season. The Badgers top recruits include U Sports transfers Bridget Atkinson and Jessica Morris, both from the Guelph Gryphons. Atkinson was named the U Sports Rookie of the Year in 2014-15.

“This year’s Brock women’s team is young but full of talent. Returning both OUA all stars from last year Melissa Tatti and Chrissy Sirignano and the inside presence of Kira Cornelissen, the team still has powerhouse scoring ability. Fourth year Alex Symonds put in tremendous work all summer and will be instrumental to the team’s success this year. I have high expectations for the second year players, who did not see the floor much last year, but have had big minutes and big games for the team in preseason play; Baelie Campbell, Allie Columbus and Ado Mousambote. Transfers Bridget Atkinson and Jess Morris are key players that add gritty play, scoring ability and tenacious defense. Rookies, Ana Sofia Rua from Portugal will add vital minutes and Shannon Northey has developed well and getting valuable game experience.

Basketball:

- Ashley MacSporran, Head Coach

cord: 0-22 cord: DNP hley MacSporran 550 ext. 3890 rran@brocku.ca

Key Losses: Jenalyn Yumol, Kayla Santilli, Kate Harpur

Court:

Gymnasium y: 1,200

Key Returns: Kira Cornelissen, Melissa Tatti, Chrissy Sirignano Key Recruits: Bridget Atkinson, Jessica Morris


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 1 2 9 10 11 13 14 15 21 22 25 32 35

NAME Elijah Green Nolan Mackenzie Daniel Cayer Michael Asemota Johneil Simpson Dani Elgadi Ryan Bennett Ismail Trevor Thompson Mitch Saunders Tyler Brown Tristan Thompson Cassidy Ryan

HT. POS. 6-3 G 5-10 G 6-6 F 6-3 G 6-5 G 6-7 F 6-4 G 6-4 G 6-5 F 6-6 F 6-1 G 6-6 F 6-7 F

YR. 2 4 1 1 3 4 5 5 4 2 2 2 3

badgers BEST....

MAJOR Social Sciences Sport Management Recreation & Leisure Studies Business Communications Media & Communication Studies Undeclared Arts Masters (MBA) Communications Business Administration Sport Management Outdoor Recreation Therapeutic Recreation Physical Education

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Ryan Bennett, Johneil Simpson

Dani Elgadi, Tyler Brown

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Dani Elgadi, Johneil Simpson

Tyler Brown, Nolan Mackenzie

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Dani Elgadi, Daniel Cayer

Tyler Brown, Nolan Mackenzie

2015-16 Season Stats

PCT 3PT

HOMETOWN Markham, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Montreal, Que. Brampton, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Mississauga, Ont.

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 12 Toronto Wed. 16 McMaster Sat. 19 Guelph Sat. 26 McMaster DECEMBER Fri. 2 Carleton Sat. 3 Ottawa JANUARY Fri. 6 Laurentian Sat. 7 Nipissing Fri. 13 Lakehead Sat. 14 Lakehead Fri. 20 Queen’s Sat. 21 York Fri. 27 Ryerson Sat. 28 Guelph FEBRUARY Wed. 1 Waterloo Sat. 4 Laurier Fri. 10 Algoma Wed. 15 Western Sat. 18 Windsor

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

1 Elijah Green 2 Nolan Mackenzie 4 Colin Connors 9 Woods Brown 10 Nate Gardner 11 Johneil Simpson 13 Dani Elgadi 14 Ryan Bennett 15 Zachary Angelini 21 Kane Annesley 22 Mitch Saunders 25 Tyler Brown 32 Tristan Thompson 33 Matt Marshall 35 Shemar Mensah

9 18 7 - 18 19 19 19 19 9 13 19 14 19 2

6.4 4-15 26.7 1-7 14.3 6-9 66.7 2 4 6 2 5 4 1 1.7 17.2 22-74 29.7 5-21 23.8 15-20 75 13 26 39 23 14 8 0 3.6 3.6 2-5 40 1-3 33.3 0-0 - 1 4 5 4 2 0 0 0.7 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 6.9 8-22 36.4 3-11 27.3 6-10 60 4 11 15 8 11 6 0 1.4 33.2 118-297 39.7 39-123 31.7 40-51 78.4 22 98 120 38 49 21 9 16.6 34.3 133-283 47 4-15 26.7 109-141 77.3 61 162 223 42 82 41 38 19.9 28.8 79-216 36.6 34-101 33.7 34-50 68 21 62 83 33 38 18 7 11.9 14.8 28-82 34.1 19-56 33.9 15-19 78.9 10 30 40 10 14 9 1 4.7 4.7 2-5 40 0-0 - 1-2 50 1 3 4 2 2 2 0 0.6 6.5 5-11 45.5 0-0 - 3-5 60 3 11 14 1 4 0 2 1 24.6 53-122 43.4 7-30 23.3 20-39 51.3 15 27 42 56 29 28 5 7 5.7 5-20 25 0-0 - 3-15 20 11 8 19 2 6 3 3 0.9 29.6 80-177 45.2 3-9 33.3 28-42 66.7 73 87 160 51 43 20 14 10.1 2.5 0-2 0 0-1 0 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM


Brock Badgers 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 12 14 15 22

NAME Ana Sofia Rua Allie Columbus Bridget Atkinson Adonaelle Mousambote Shannon Northey Alex Symonds Melissa Tatti Chrissy Sirignano Jessica Morris Baelie Campbell Kira Cornelissen

HT. POS. 5-7 G 5-7 G 5-6 G 5-10 C 6-2 C 5-9 G 5-4 G 5-5 G 5-8 G 5-8 G 6-1 F

YR. 1 2 3 2 1 4 3 2 2 2 4

badgers BEST....

MAJOR Economics Kinesiology Recreation & Leisure Studies Kinesiology Teacher Education Medical Sciences Sport Management Business Recreation & Leisure Studies Sport Management Kinesiology

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Lisbon Flamborough, Ont. Welland, Ont. Orleans, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Pelham, Ont. Ancaster, Ont. St. Catharines, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Halifax, N.S. Aylmer, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Melissa Tatti, Chrissy Sirignano

Kira Cornelissen, Bridget Atkinson

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Melissa Tatti, Kira Cornelissen, Bridget Atkinson

Melissa Tatti, Bridget Atkinson

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Kira Cornelissen, Bridget Atkinson

Melissa Tatti, Bridget Atkinson

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

3 Dayna Howlett 1 4 Allie Columbus 8 5 Nikita Chappell 2 6 Kate Harpur 17 7 Kayla Santilli 19 8 Jenalyn Yumol 19 9 Alexandra Symonds 19 10 Baelie Campbell 19 11 Melissa Tatti 17 12 Chrissy Sirignano 17 13 Adonaelle Mousambote 3 14 Becky Ralph 18 15 Aryn Finley 14 22 Kira Cornelissen 18 23 Karly Ruetz 6

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 12 Toronto Wed. 16 McMaster Sat. 19 Guelph Sat. 26 McMaster DECEMBER Fri. 2 Carleton Sat. 3 Ottawa JANUARY Fri. 6 Laurentian Sat. 7 Nipissing Fri. 13 Lakehead Sat. 14 Lakehead Fri. 20 Queen’s Sat. 21 York Fri. 27 Ryerson Sat. 28 Guelph FEBRUARY Wed. 1 Waterloo Sat. 4 Laurier Fri. 10 Algoma Wed. 15 Western Sat. 18 Windsor

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

12 2-11 4.3 1-8 6.5 2-5 23.9 78-169 28.8 69-209 31.8 61-153 10.5 10-52 10.6 24-63 29 59-175 13.5 30-100 1.7 0-4 17.4 16-49 17.6 24-73 25.6 84-214 5 0-8

18.2 1-9 11.1 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 12.5 0-2 0 3-6 50 3 4 7 2 5 2 0 0.6 40 0-0 - 1-3 33.3 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 2.5 46.2 0-1 0 17-38 44.7 52 108 160 14 42 17 10 10.2 33 32-110 29.1 13-21 61.9 15 86 101 41 57 32 9 9.6 39.9 19-48 39.6 61-80 76.3 19 50 69 94 54 38 3 10.6 19.2 4-23 17.4 5-9 55.6 14 23 37 7 13 8 2 1.5 38.1 6-23 26.1 15-28 53.6 12 17 29 9 19 15 0 3.6 33.7 30-102 29.4 26-32 81.3 10 32 42 47 35 38 1 10.2 30 15-59 25.4 18-21 85.7 9 19 28 18 19 12 0 5.5 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 32.7 1-5 20 5-13 38.5 11 44 55 20 20 21 1 2.1 32.9 8-31 25.8 14-16 87.5 15 38 53 8 13 7 4 5 39.3 0-1 0 34-60 56.7 53 64 117 29 31 11 17 11.2 0 0-3 0 2-4 50 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0.3

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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Men’s season preview

The nation’s top men’s basketball program captured a sixth consecutive national championship banner last season, despite some key personnel losses and the unexpected one-year sabbatical of head coach Dave Smart. While Carleton conceded its OUA title to the Ryerson Rams, and lost both of its regular games to the Ottawa GeeGees, the resilient Ravens collectively found a way to get the job done in March for the twelfth time in the past fourteen seasons. With Dave Smart back on the sideline, the Ravens return to the court in 2016-17 with their sights set on a U Sports record-tying seventh straight U Sports Men’s Final 8 championship, which would equal the number set by the great Victoria Vikes dynasty of the 1980s. Carleton lost its two captains – Gavin Resch and Guillaume Payen Boucard – from last year’s team, but the leadership remains steady at the top with talented fifth-year players Connor Wood, Kaza KajamiKeane and Ryan Ejim leading the line. The Ravens’ reign comes down to strength in numbers, and with another deep recruiting class entering the fray, including McMaster transfer Joe Rocca, NCAA import Emmanuel Owootoah and highly-touted freshman Eddie Ekiyor, Carleton will certainly be a force to be reckoned with once again this season.

“With the graduation of two great leaders from last year’s team, we are hoping our veteran returnees can pick up where they left off. With a number of new talented additions and a young nucleus back, we are hoping to compete at a very high level by second semester.”

Quick F

University in

Carleton U 1125 Colo Ottawa Tel. 613.5 Fax. 613.5 Web. www.g

Direc

Jennifer B Tel. 613.520.26 Email. jennifer.bren

Sports Info

Taylor P Tel. 613.520.26 Email. taylor.prich

Men’s Ba

15-16 Rec Playoff Re Head Coach: Tel. 613.520.26 Email. dave.sma

– Dave Smart, Head Coach

Women’s B

Key Losses: Gavin Resch, Guillaume Payen Boucard

15-16 Rec Playoff Re Head Coach: T Tel. 613.520.26 Email. taffe.charl

Key Returns: Connor Wood, Kaza Kajami-Keane, Ryan Ejim Key Recruits: Eddie Ekiyor, Emmanuel Owootoah, Joe Rocca

Home C

Ravens Capacity


Carleton Ravens

Facts:

nformation:

University onel By Dr. a, ON 520.2600 520.4466 goravens.ca

ctor:

Brenning 600 ext. 8446 nning@carleton.ca

ormation:

Prichard 600 ext. 1917 hard@carleton.ca

asketball:

cord: 16-3 ecord: 2-1 Dave Smart 600 ext. 1166 art@carleton.ca

Basketball:

cord: 14-5 ecord: 0-1 Taffe Charles 600 ext. 1045 les@carleton.ca

Court:

s Nest y: 1,500

woMen’s season preview

The Ravens completed last year’s regular season schedule with a solid 14-5 record, good for a number three seed in the conference postseason, but an unfavourable second-round matchup against the five-time defending U Sports champion Windsor Lancers led to a disappointing early playoff exit for Carleton. Coming within one win of a trip to the OUA Final 4 will serve as plenty of motivation for head coach Taffe Charles and his team, who will look to challenge for an OUA East crown and a spot back at the U Sports nationals in 201617. The Ravens may possess the strongest starting front court in the OUA, with First-Team All-Star Heather Lindsay and Second-Team AllStar Elizabeth Leblanc looking to duplicate their excellent campaigns from 2015-16. Joining the team is OUA Second-Team All-Star and former Gee-Gees standout Catherine Traer, whose unique insideout scoring touch will give the Ravens a stacked starting three at the forward position. Lightning-quick transfer point Jenjen Abella will be counted on to help run the offence, and veteran guards Steph Carr and Nicole Gilmore will need to provide secondary scoring on a consistent basis in order for Carleton to make a run to the title this season. If the Ravens can find a balanced synergy out on the floor, they will be a tough team to knockout come playoff time.

“Our core group of veterans has shown some steady improvement over the last two years. We have added a couple of key transfers that will hopefully help us get a bit farther in the playoffs this season.” – Taffe Charles, Head Coach Key Losses: Abeer Farhat, Lindsey Suprunchuk, Natsha Plaskacz Key Returns: Heather Lindsay, Elizabeth Leblanc, Steph Carr, Nicole Gilmore Key Recruits: Jenjen Abella, Catherine Traer


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 3 5 10 11 13 15 21 22 23 31 33 41 42 43 45 -

NAME Marcus Anderson Emmanuel Owootoah Connor Wood TJ Lall Yasiin Joseph Mitch Jackson Cam Smythe Mitch Wood Stanley Mayambo Joe Rocca William Kohler Kaza Kajami-Keane Eddie Ekiyor Glenn Thelemaque Ryan Ejim Dontae Mitchell

HT. POS. 6-3 G 5-11 G 6-4 G 6-6 G/F 6-1 G 6-8 F 6-11 F 6-4 G/F 6-2 G 6-4 G 6-8 F 6-1 G 6-9 F 6-1 G 6-7 F 6-3 G

YR. 2 3 5 2 2 3 4 3 2 5 1 5 1 2 5 1

ravens BEST....

MAJOR Law Commerce Psychology Arts Sociology and Anthropology Commerce Psychology Economics Health Sciences Commerce Business Communication Psychology Law Law -

HOMETOWN Brampton, Ont. Rexdale, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Cambridge, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Regina, Sask. Vancouver, B.C. Guelph, Ont. Fredericton, N.B. Sarnia, Ont. Winnipeg, Man. Ajax, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Vaughan, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Connor Wood, Joe Rocca

Ryan Ejim, Mitch Wood

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Connor Wood, Kaza Kajami-Keane

Kaza Kajami-Keane, Marcus Anderson

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Ryan Ejim, Mitch Wood

Kaza Kajami-Keane, Emmanuel Owootoah

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

3 Gavin Resch 19 5 Sheldon McIntosh 6 10 Connor Wood 19 11 Tajinder Lall 14 13 Yasiin Joseph 8 15 Mitchell Jackson 16 21 Cameron Smythe 19 22 Mitchell Wood 19 23 Stanley Mayambo 17 31 Guillaume Boucard 17 33 Marcus Anderson 19 41 Kaza Kajami-Keane 19 43 Glenn Thelemaque 5 45 Ryan Ejim 19

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 18 Algoma Fri. 25 Nipissing Sat. 26 Laurentian DECEMBER Fri. 2 Brock Sat. 3 McMaster JANUARY Fri. 6 Laurier Sat.7 Waterloo Fri. 13 Nipissing Sat. 14 Laurentian Tue. 17 Ottawa Fri. 20 Guelph Sat. 21 Lakehead Fri. 27 Windsor Sat. 28 Western FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Ottawa Fri. 10 Queen’s Sat. 11 York Fri. 17 Ryerson Sat. 18 Toronto

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

25.7 64-148 5.3 5-10 25.2 102-220 11.5 12-34 4.6 1-7 7.6 30-56 17.3 59-105 18.2 34-75 12.6 25-50 24.1 98-182 16.8 18-53 26.7 109-221 3 0-0 18.2 76-151

43.2 51-114 44.7 13-13 100 8 53 61 49 22 22 3 10.1 50 1-5 20 1-1 100 1 3 4 4 3 4 0 2 46.4 46-120 38.3 8-9 88.9 22 61 83 33 28 17 6 13.6 35.3 5-18 27.8 4-7 57.1 11 27 38 9 13 8 2 2.4 14.3 0-3 0 2-2 100 1 7 8 6 6 0 0 0.5 53.6 -34 75 24-31 77.4 17 15 32 4 13 6 1 5.4 56.2 4-14 28.6 19-26 73.1 41 51 92 16 16 7 17 7.4 45.3 1-15 6.7 12-22 54.5 39 66 105 16 15 20 2 4.3 50 15-35 42.9 7-10 70 13 22 35 6 10 3 0 4.2 53.8 10-18 55.6 43-66 65.2 30 64 94 38 41 24 17 14.6 34 8-33 24.2 16-20 80 15 40 55 21 17 18 3 3.2 49.3 18-56 32.1 31-38 81.6 10 67 77 125 53 27 2 14.1 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 50.3 0-0 - 29-41 70.7 39 57 96 10 16 12 14 9.5

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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Carleton Ravens 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22

NAME Jenjen Abella Stephanie Carr Alexandra Trivieri Jaclyn Ronson Nicole Istead Kristina Maione Catherine Traer Brianne Hamilton Nicole Gilmore Cynthia Dupont Karyne Jolicoeur Amanda Niyonkuru Elizabeth Leblanc Heather Lindsay

HT. 5-3 5-8 5-5 5-7 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-7 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-3

POS. G G G G G/F G G F G G G F G/F F

YR. 4 4 2 1 3 2 4 3 3 2 1 4 3 4

ravens BEST....

MAJOR Criminology Engineering Law Biology Neuroscience Sociology MA Political Science Actuarial Science Criminology Psychology Child Studies Engineering Psychology Environmental Studies

HOMETOWN Hamilton, Ont. Stittsville, Ont. St. Catharines, Ont. Ajax, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Chelsea, Que. Mississauga, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Waterville, Que. Ottawa, Ont. Burlington, Ont. London, Ont. Ottawa, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Steph Carr, Cynthia Dupont

Elizabeth Leblanc, Catherine Traer

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Heather Lindsay, Catherine Traer

Jenjen Abella, Alexandra Trivieri

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Heather Lindsay, Nicole Gilmore

Jenjen Abella, Elizabeth Leblanc

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

4 Kristina Maione 1 5 Stephanie Carr 19 6 Alexandra Trivieri 18 7 Natasha Plaskacz 19 8 Lindsay Shotbolt 18 9 Nicole Istead 7 10 Abeer Farhat 19 11 Lindsey Suprunchuk 19 12 Brianne Hamilton 13 13 Nicole Gilmore 19 14 Cynthia Dupont-Letourneau 19 15 Alicia Racine 1 20 Amanda Niyonkuru 13 21 Elizabeth Leblanc 17 22 Heather Lindsay 19

PCT FT

2016-17 schedule NOVEMBER Fri. 18 Algoma Fri. 25 Nipissing Sat. 26 Laurentian DECEMBER Fri. 2 Brock Sat. 3 McMaster JANUARY Fri. 6 Laurier Sat.7 Waterloo Fri. 13 Nipissing Sat. 14 Laurentian Tue. 17 Ottawa Fri. 20 Guelph Sat. 21 Lakehead Fri. 27 Windsor Sat. 28 Western FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Ottawa Fri. 10 Queen’s Sat. 11 York Fri. 17 Ryerson Sat. 18 Toronto

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

3 0-0 22.2 41-127 11 16-49 18.5 29-86 17.6 55-120 3 1-3 20.4 28-83 18.1 36-104 6.3 9-32 19.3 43-127 11.9 27-73 0 0-0 5.5 5-11 29.6 54-165 24.9 126-238

- 0-0 - 2-2 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 32.3 28-67 41.8 35-48 72.9 15 25 40 31 39 16 1 7.6 32.7 5-23 21.7 13-15 86.7 1 13 14 17 27 4 1 2.8 33.7 13-48 27.1 15-22 68.2 11 30 41 21 18 14 2 4.5 45.8 2-19 10.5 16-35 45.7 37 73 110 28 26 18 12 7.1 33.3 1-2 50 1-2 50 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0.6 33.7 11-32 34.4 17-24 70.8 5 21 26 46 32 16 1 4.4 34.6 0-4 0 25-32 78.1 47 44 91 26 29 20 4 5.1 28.1 2-7 28.6 2-4 50 6 7 13 3 8 3 3 1.7 33.9 16-56 28.6 13-20 65 17 66 83 38 30 17 2 6.1 37 12-30 40 12-14 85.7 7 24 31 13 23 21 0 4.1 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45.5 0-0 - 5-6 83.3 4 6 10 0 6 1 0 1.2 32.7 20-69 29 33-39 84.6 33 56 89 40 35 19 15 9.5 52.9 0-0 - 50-65 76.9 80 119 199 13 46 23 31 15.9

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


Quick F Men’s season preview

Last season the Gryphons showed they have the ability to compete with the very best in the country, highlighted by a 96-92 victory over the No. 1-ranked team in U Sports and eventual OUA champion Ryerson Rams. In 2016-17, the Gryphons return all but one of their players from a season ago, with a total of eight players now entering their fourth year of eligibility. Among those seniors are guards Jonathan Wallace, Daniel Dooley and Taylor Boers who provide the Gryphons with stability in the backcourt. Wallace is the Gryphons returning leading scorer after averaging 14.2 PPG last season. Drew Walford and Andrew Grant are two of the team’s best athletes and are leaned upon defensively, while Ahmed Haroon is the Gryphons main scoring threat from the post. Incoming rookies Jordan Sobot and Craig Valeriote bolster an already strong backcourt.

“We have a nice mix of veterans and youth and will be looking to build on what was a strong second of the season for us a year ago. We’ll be looking to utilize our depth throughout the course of the season and are excited about taking a step forward with this program and returning to the playoffs.”

University in

University 50 Stone R Guelph Tel. 519.8 Fax. 519.7 Web. www.g

Direc

Tom K Tel. 519.824.41 Email. tkendall

Sports Info

Andy Ba Tel. 519.824.41 Email. baechler

Men’s Ba

15-16 Rec Playoff Rec Head Coach: C Tel. 519-824-41 Email. mwalto02

– Chris O’Rourke, Head Coach

Women’s B

Key Losses: Jack Beatty

15-16 Rec Playoff Re Head Coach: M Tel. 519.824.41 Email. wbball@

Key Returns: Daniel Dooley, Jonathan Wallace, Ahmed Haroon, Drew Walford Key Recruits: Jordan Sobot, Banky Alade, Shawn Carey, Craig Valeriote

Home C

Mitchell Capacity


Guelph Gryphons

Facts:

nformation:

of Guelph Road East h, ON 824.4120 766.9563 gryphons.ca

ctor:

Kendall 120 ext. 56593 l@uoguelph.ca

ormation:

aechler 120 ext. 53159 r@uoguelph.ca

asketball:

cord: 9-10 cord: DNP Chris O’Rourke 120 ext. 52742 2@uoguelph.ca

Basketball:

cord: 11-8 ecord: 1-1 Mark Walton 120 ext. 52742 @uoguelph.ca

Court:

Centre y: 1,200

woMen’s season preview

It will be a new-look squad when the Gryphons take the court in 201617, with all five starters from last year’s squad no longer with the program. The Gryphons enter the season with one of the youngest rosters in the country, as not a single fourth or fifth year player is on the 2016-17 team. Third year guards Megan Brenkel and Haley Belyk will be counted on to shoulder the scoring load, while third year forward Quincy Sickles-Jarvis will anchor the Gryphons in the post. The Gryphons will look to carry some of the momentum from last season’s success into this year, as the Gryphons picked up their first playoff win since 2007 back in March with a victory over the Brock Badgers in the OUA Preliminary Round.

“Despite our relative lack of experience, we have a hard-working group who are eager to prove they belong at this level. Several of our returning players will get the chance to step into a regular starter’s role for the first time and we’re excite about what our six incoming rookies will bring to this program.” – Mark Walton, Head Coach Key Losses: Bridget Atkinson, Kate MacTavish, Dana Van Balkom, Barbara Inrig-Pieterse, Vanessa Rampado, Kate Yallin Key Returns: Haley Belyk, Megan Brenkel, Sarah Holmes, Sam Renshaw Key Recruits: Ally Peek, Nyasha Mombeshora, Hanna Pryce


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 10 11 12 15 21 22 31 31 32 33 40 42 45 44 45

NAME Daniel Dooley Jonathan Wallace Jordan Sobot Taylor Boers Craig Valeriote Drew Clause-Walford Kingslee D’Silva Andrew Grant Kieran Naus Aaron Nugent Tommy Yanchus Martin Popiel Bankole Alade Shawn Carey Colin Corrigan Ahmed Haroon Nathan Klassen Jake Chaput Luke Nelson

HT. POS. 6-1 G 6-1 G 6-1 G 5-11 G 6-0 G 6-3 G 6-5 F 6-4 G 6-3 G 6-5 G 6-3 G 6-7 C 6-6 F 6-8 F 6-5 F 6-5 F 6-7 F 5-11 G 6-4 G

YR. 4 4 1 4 1 4 3 4 2 1 2 4 1 1 4 4 2 1 1

gryphons BEST...

MAJOR HOMETOWN Sociology Burlington, Ont. Crim. Justice & Public Policy Malton, Ont. Mngmnt, Economics & Finance Burlington, Ont. Sociology Belleville, Ont. Human Kinetics Guelph, Ont. Human Kinetics Etobicoke, Ont. Arts Mississauga, Ont. History Toronto, Ont. Accounting Elliot Lake, Ont. Marketing Management Mississauga, Ont. Leadership & Org. Mgmt Guelph, Ont. Mngmnt, Economics & Finance Bright’s Grove, Ont. Arts Sherwood Park, Alb. Economics Waterdown, Ont. Sociology Ancaster, Ont. Human Kinetics Missisauga, Ont. Eng. Systems & Computing Mitchell, Ont. Human Kinetics Guelph, Ont. Mechanical Engineering Hillsborough, N.B.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Taylor Boers, Craig Valeriote

Andrew Grant

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Jonathan Wallace

Daniel Dooley, Jordan Sobot

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Kingslee D’Silva

Daniel Dooley, Jordan Sobot

2015-16 Season Stats

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Western Sat. 12 Queen’s Wed. 16 Windsor Sat. 19 Brock Wed. 23 McMaster DECEMBER Sat. 3 York JANUARY Fri. 6 Toronto Sat. 7 Ryerson Fri. 13 Laurier Sat. 14 McMaster Fri. 20 Carleton Sat. 21 Ottawa Fri. 27 Algoma Sat. 28 Brock FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Nipissing Sat. 4 Laurentian Fri. 10 Lakehead Sat. 11 Lakehead Sat. 18 Waterloo

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

4 Daniel Dooley 5 Jonathan Wallace 11 Taylor Boers 12 Tommy Yanchus 15 Drew Walford 21 Kingsley D’Silva 22 Andrew Grant 31 Jack Beatty 32 Jean L-Beugre 33 Martin Popiel 40 Love Joseph 42 Colin Corrigan 44 Ahmed Haroon 45 Nathan Klassen

17 19 19 5 19 18 19 19 18 17 6 15 19 1

31.9 74-177 25.7 99-233 23.9 61-195 1.2 1-3 21.1 68-120 12.3 22-52 14.6 16-70 20.1 60-165 12.2 9-38 13.3 14-36 7.7 2-5 10.4 23-47 19.9 79-189 2 1-2

41.8 19-54 35.2 49-59 83.1 16 47 63 52 26 19 0 12.7 42.5 17-37 45.9 54-68 79.4 18 40 58 38 32 21 0 14.2 31.3 24-94 25.5 49-56 87.5 1 27 28 23 21 11 1 10.3 33.3 1-3 33.3 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0.6 56.7 5-17 29.4 8-16 50 26 50 76 22 43 25 26 7.8 42.3 1-1 100 7-22 31.8 34 45 79 9 18 5 4 2.9 22.9 2-22 9.1 14-22 63.6 6 32 38 14 12 17 9 2.5 36.4 25-76 32.9 35-49 71.4 22 79 101 15 23 13 11 9.5 23.7 2-10 20 9-21 42.9 13 20 33 13 17 7 2 1.6 38.9 0-0 - 7-13 53.8 10 21 31 8 19 4 0 2.1 40 0-0 - 1-4 25 5 5 10 1 2 2 2 0.8 48.9 0-3 0 4-8 50 12 17 29 7 4 8 0 3.3 41.8 20-52 38.5 49-61 80.3 28 79 107 10 36 9 10 11.9 50 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM


Guelph Gryphons 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22

NAME Hanna Pryce Megan Brenkel Haley Belyk Ashley Wheeler Ivana Vujadinovic Sarah Holmes Petra Blackburn Samantha Renshaw Allyson Peek Nyasha Mombeshora Modupe Okeowo Christina Heine Quincy Sickles-Jarvis Abbey Clark

HT. POS. 5-8 Guard 5-9 Guard 5-6 Guard 6-0 Forward 5-10 Guard 5-11 Guard 5-9 Guard 5-9 Guard 5-9 Guard 5-9 Guard 5-11 Centre 6-0 Centre 5-9 Forward 5-11 Forward

YR. 1 3 3 2 2 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 2

gryphons BEST... Outside Threat:

Defender:

Megan Brenkel

Haley Belyk

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Haley Belyk

Megan Brenkel

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Quincy Sickles-Jarvis

Sam Renshaw

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

4 Barbara Inrig-Pieterse 19 5 Bridget Atkinson 19 6 Megan Brenkel 17 7 Haley Belyk 15 8 Ashley Wheeler 17 9 Dana Van Balkom 19 10 Sarah Holmes 10 11 Kate Yallin 19 13 Ivana Vujadinovic 3 15 Vanessa Rampado 17 20 Julia Kokonis 2 21 Quincy Sickles-Jarvis 13 22 Abbey Clark 15 23 Kate MacTavish 19 24 Regan Duff 15

2016-17 schedule

MAJOR HOMETOWN Bio-Medical Science Aurora, Ont. Bio-Medical Science Thornhill, Ont. Marketing Management Regina, Sask. Child, Youth & Family Stratford, Ont. Mathematical Science Burlington, Ont. Adult Development Welland, Ont. Animal Biology Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur Marine & Freshwater Biology Fort Erie, Ont. Biological Science Niagara Falls, Ont. Bio-Medical Science Kitchener, Ont. Criminal Justice & Public Policy Brampton, Ont. Biological Science London, Ont. Psychology London, Ont. Human Kinetics Ancaster, Ont.

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Western Sat. 12 Queen’s Wed. 16 Windsor Sat. 19 Brock Wed. 23 McMaster DECEMBER Sat. 3 York JANUARY Fri. 6 Toronto Sat. 7 Ryerson Fri. 13 Laurier Sat. 14 McMaster Fri. 20 Carleton Sat. 21 Ottawa Fri. 27 Algoma Sat. 28 Brock FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Nipissing Sat. 4 Laurentian Fri. 10 Lakehead Sat. 11 Lakehead Sat. 18 Waterloo

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

26.8 36-125 29.8 90-218 9.9 10-51 6.7 11-35 8.6 10-36 31.6 65-221 6 2-11 12.6 27-99 8.7 0-4 19.8 34-96 4.5 3-4 14.3 13-52 12.5 16-50 29.5 112-229 5.7 8-25

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Men’s season preview

Coach Manny Furtado is back for what should be another great season and he said this could be the best team in the last few years due to its high level of experience and maturity. The team returns over 10 players with the addition of a few freshmen looking to take the OUA by storm. The starting lineup will now include Mor Menashe, back from a season ending injury suffered last year, which adds depth to an already good back court. Returning seniors Henry Tan, Bacarius Dinkins and Alex Robichaud are looking to lead this team once again.

“We need to be committed to working our hardest everyday. Nothing comes without putting in the work first. Our whole team is looking forward to the year to see what we can prove to each other.” – Manny Furtado, Head Coach Key Losses: None Key Returns: Bacarius Dinkins, Alex Robichaud, Henry Tan, Nick Burke Key Recruits: Nahshon Hurst, Taysean Cavaliers, Kingsley Campbell-Olsen

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woMen’s season preview

The 2016-17 Thunderwolves Women’s Basketball Team has 10 players returning from last year’s squad, -including fifth-year guard Katelyn Zen, and fourth-years Katelyn Andrea, Jerika Baldin and Cassandra Soulias. New players for 2016 include Daron Mainville a third year transfer student from Moose Lake, MN, guard Za’Keea Sa’eed-El, and first-years-Lily Gruber-Schulz and Kielly McDonough from Thunder Bay Jerika Baldin led U Sports last year in assists per game and Bridget O’Reilly made the second most threes per game in U Sports. Katelyn Andrea was the team’s MVP and played at a very high level after Christmas. Rachel Webber is back this year after a tough season of injuries and is ready to make an impact. This year’s team is versatile and deep. They can attack with their speed or go inside with their post-up game. With great shooters, play-makers, pesky defenders and strong inside players, the 2016-17 team will improve all season and should be a tough matchup in the OUA playoffs.

“We return all our key players from last season and bolstered our line up with some key transfers and recruits. When healthy, we will have all the tools needed to win games. The key will be understanding and accepting roles and playing as a team with our deep line up.” – Jon Kreiner, Head Coach Key Losses: None Key Returns: Katelyn Andrea, Jerika Baldin, Bridget O’Reilly, Rachel Webber Key Recruits: Lily Gruber-Schulz, Nikki Ylagan, Daron Mainville, Za’Keea Sa’eed-El


thunderwolves 2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 RS

NAME Kyle Estalilla Quincy Johnson Nick Burke Kache Kopec Henry Tan Kingsley Campbell-Olsen Jon Hayter Mor Menashe Jack Bull Tarik Smith-James Mike Theodore Taysean Cavaliers Wais Mohamed Nahshon Hurst Michael Poirier Alexandre Robichaud Darnell Curtain Antony Flores Bacarius Dinkins Noel Jones

HT. POS. 5-9 G 6-6 F 6-0 G 6-4 G 6-1 G 6-5 F 6-0 G 6-2 G 6-8 F 6-0 G 6-4 F 6-0 G 6-2 G 6-3 G 6-6 F 6-3 G 6-0 G 6-1 G 6-5 F 6-6 F

YR. 2 2 3 2 4 1 4 4 2 1 2 1 4 1 3 5 2 2 5 4

Thunderwolves BEST... Outside Threat:

MAJOR Business Business Mathematics Environmental Studies Kinesology Business Kinesology Business Business Kinesology Political Science Sociology Sociology Psychology Philosophy MBA Business Business Sociology English

Defender:

Kache Kopec, Alex Robichaud

Alex Robichaud, Darnell Curtin

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Bacarius Dinkins, Henry Tan

Mor Menashe, Henry Tan

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

2015-16 Season Stats GP

1 Kyle Estalilla 3 2 Quincy Johnson 18 3 Nick Burke 19 4 Kache Kopec 17 5 Henry Tan 19 6 Nick Soulias 1 7 Brandon Persad 19 8 Mor Menashe 1 9 Jack Bull 16 11 Mike Theodore 12 12 Chris Howell 1 13 Matthew Mustapic - 20 Michael Poirier 9 21 Alexandre Robichaud 19 22 Darnell Curtin 19 23 Antony Flores 16 24 Bacarius Dinkins 19

2016-17 schedule NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Algoma Fri. 11 McMaster Sat. 12 McMaster Fri. 18 Western Sat. 19 Windsor Fri. 25 Queen’s Sat. 26 York JANUARY Fri. 6 Ryerson Sat. 7 Toronto Fri. 13 Brock Sat. 14 Brock Fri. 20 Ottawa Sat. 21 Carleton FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Laurentian Sat. 4 Nipissing Fri. 10 Guelph Sat. 11 Guelph Fri. 17 Waterloo Sat. 18 Laurier

Mor Menashe, Nick Burke

Bacarius Dinkins, Mike Theodore NO. NAME

HOMETOWN Mississauga, Ont. Kelowna, B.C. Hamilton, Ont. Kelowna, B.C. Vaughan, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Pinawa, Man. Ein-Carmel, Israel Grafton, AUS Mississauga, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Markham, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Thunder Bay, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Jonesville, Florida Halifax, N.S.

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

1.3 0-1 11.2 15-42 29.7 57-148 11.8 23-56 34.3 103-283 0 0-0 12.4 31-88 0 0-0 11.3 9-22 10.7 13-25 2 0-0 - 0-0 3.2 0-5 33.4 56-157 9.8 16-38 4.9 3-13 29.6 127-256

0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 35.7 7-19 36.8 4-6 66.7 16 25 41 6 11 3 1 2.3 38.5 13-58 22.4 19-37 51.4 10 65 75 47 27 28 4 7.7 41.1 15-38 39.5 17-21 81 9 17 26 5 9 2 2 4.6 36.4 20-97 20.6 71-98 72.4 10 73 83 69 53 16 2 15.6 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35.2 28-79 35.4 4-6 66.7 6 23 29 3 13 3 1 4.9 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40.9 28-79 100 4-8 50 19 24 43 4 14 2 4 1.4 52 0-2 0 4-4 100 17 21 38 2 10 8 3 2.5 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 0 0-0 - 1-2 50 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0.1 35.7 38-108 35.2 26-30 86.7 30 86 116 26 33 13 3 9.3 42.1 9-24 37.5 13-17 76.5 9 17 26 7 7 10 0 2.8 23.1 1-7 14.3 2-5 40 1 5 6 4 7 2 0 0.6 49.6 0-0 - 72-113 63.7 49 108 157 23 49 8 21 17.2

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thunderwolves 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Rachel Webber Katelyn Zen Cassandra Soulias Maggie Murphy Nikki Ylagan Lindsay Edward Katelyn Andrea Lily Gruber-Schulz Jerika Baldin Za’Keea Sa’edd-El Daron Mainville Kielly McDonough August Ricketts Bridget O’Reilly Gillian Lavoie

HT. POS. 5-5 G 5-8 G 5-3 G 5-6 G 5-4 G 5-9 W 5-11 F 6-0 F 5-7 G 5-1 G 6-2 P 5-6 G 6-0 P 5-10 W 6-1 P

YR. 1 5 4 4 1 2 4 1 4 3 3 1 3 3 4

Thunderwolves BEST...

MAJOR HOMETOWN HB Geography (ED) Ancaster, Ont. Professional Kinesiology North Bay, Ont. HB Science (ED) Thunder Bay, Ont. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Shuniah, Ont. HB Business Commerce Mississauga, Ont. HB Kinesiology (ED) Holland Landing, Ont. Applied Biomolecular Science Thunder Bay, Ont. General Arts Grand Marais, MN HB Math (ED) Brantford, Ont. HB Kinesiology Bloomington, MN Bachelor of Psychology Moose Lake, MN HB Business Commerce Thunder Bay, Ont. HB Kinesiology Utopia, Ont. Business Administration Seaforth, Ont. HB Buisiness Commerce Thunder Bay, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Bridget O’Reilly, Cassandra Soulias

Rachel Webber, Cassandra Soulias

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Katelyn Andrea, Bridget O’Reilly

Jerika Baldin, Rachel Webber

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Katelyn Andrea, Gill Lavoie

Jerika Baldin, Rachel Webber

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

4 Rachel Webber 6 5 Katelyn Zen 19 6 Cassandra Soulias 17 7 Maggie Murphy 19 8 Kylee Kuchta 13 9 Lindsay Edward 7 10 Katelyn Andrea 19 11 Shannon McKitrick 3 12 Jerika Baldin 19 14 Blair McNaughton 19 15 Essa Jacobsen - 21 August Ricketts 15 22 Bridget O’Reilly 19 23 Gillian Lavoie 19

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2016-17 schedule NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Algoma Fri. 11 McMaster Sat. 12 McMaster Fri. 18 Western Sat. 19 Windsor Fri. 25 Queen’s Sat. 26 York JANUARY Fri. 6 Ryerson Sat. 7 Toronto Fri. 13 Brock Sat. 14 Brock Fri. 20 Ottawa Sat. 21 Carleton FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Laurentian Sat. 4 Nipissing Fri. 10 Guelph Sat. 11 Guelph Fri. 17 Waterloo Sat. 18 Laurier

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

20.8 15-43 20.3 42-117 19.1 26-82 9.4 14-52 3.7 2-9 4 2-6 31.4 89-210 3 1-1 33.4 40-141 13.7 33-108 - 0-0 11.9 28-75 29.7 75-213 23.8 82-176

34.9 0-5 0 7-15 46.7 3 23 26 20 27 14 2 6.2 35.9 0-0 - 17-25 68 23 23 46 7 29 13 1 5.3 31.7 18-61 29.5 22-27 81.5 14 28 42 25 38 11 0 5.4 26.9 13-49 26.5 0-0 - 4 12 16 7 14 2 0 2.2 22.2 0-2 0 0-0 - 6 4 10 0 5 1 0 0.3 33.3 1-2 50 0-0 - 1 2 3 4 3 2 0 0.7 42.4 8-30 26.7 35-64 54.7 59 100 159 28 59 21 5 11.6 100 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.7 28.4 13-52 25 26-38 68.4 21 55 76 134 73 17 1 6.3 30.6 17-68 25 11-14 78.6 18 42 60 4 23 13 1 4.9 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 37.3 0-0 - 14-27 51.9 22 26 48 6 21 8 5 4.7 35.2 53-151 35.1 13-23 56.5 23 64 87 22 19 19 6 11.4 46.6 0-0 - 17-33 51.5 51 70 121 24 36 7 1 9.5

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Men’s season preview

Looking to improve off of their appearance in the OUA quarter-finals, the Laurentian Voyageurs welcome a handful of key returners and incoming players for the 2016-17 season. Highlighting the returning class for the Voyageurs is fourth-year guard David Aromolaran who had a stellar junior season, ranking ninth in the OUA in assists, with 68, while averaging 30.8 minutes/game and 14.7ppg over 18 games. Also returning is OUA all-rookie team member, Anthony Iacoe. In his first year as a Voyageur, Iacoe ranked first in the OUA in three-points made (59), averaging 33 minutes/game and 14.6ppg over 19 games. The loss of the reigning Ken Shields Award Winner, Sam Hirst is a tough blow to both ends of the court for the Voyageurs but incoming players Kadre Gray, Josis Thomas and OJ Watson should help alleviate some of that stress. Gray, the 6’1 guard from Toronto, ON will assist Aromolaran with much of the ball handling duties and distribution on the offensive end. 6’4 forwards Thomas and Watson will take care of the rebounding workload, looking to improve upon the team’s 35.4rpg average from a year ago. Head coach, Shawn Swords, who enters his tenth season at the helm of the Voyageurs, is excited about the look of the team this year. In an OUA North division that houses the reigning national champion Carleton Ravens and #2 team in the country for most of the 2015-16 regular season, the Ottawa Gee-Gees, the Voyageurs will have their hands full again this season as they shoot to better their 6-13 record and make another trip into the playoffs in 2016-17.

“We are looking forward to seeing how quickly this group can gel together.” - Shawn Swords, Head Coach Key Losses: None Key Returns: David Aromolaran, Anthony Iacoe & Darcy Watt Key Recruits: Kadre Gray, Josis Thomas & OJ Watson

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woMen’s season preview

Looking to push their way past the first-round of playoffs, the Laurentian Voyageurs welcome back a strong core of returners to this year’s lineup along with some key incoming additions. Highlighting the returning class for the Voyageurs is 5’10 forward, L’ashante Henry who averaged 5.9rpg in just eleven games last season. Sidelined due to an injury, Henry will look to make an immediate impact on the boards, helping improve upon the team’s 32.2rpg a year ago. Alongside Henry is second-year guard, Mackenzie Robinson who enjoyed a solid inaugural season with the Voyageurs, averaging 25.9 minutes/game and finishing second on the team in steals, with 23. Three-point threat, Megan Forestell, will take over a brunt of the scoring duties beyond the arc as she ranked 11th in the OUA in three-points made, with 30. The loss of playmaker, Danielle Harris, is a tough blow to both ends of the court for the Voyageurs, but incoming players Maddie Lougheed, Kayla Deschatelets and Danielle Reid should help alleviate some of that stress. 6’1 forward, Lougheed, will assist Henry on the boards while guards Deschatelets and Reid will take over distribution duties on the offensive end. Head coach, Jason Hurley is optimistic about the look of the squad this year. The Voyageurs will once again have their hands full in a tough OUA North division which includes defending OUA silver medalist, the Ottawa GeeGees, as they shoot to improve on their 3-16 record from a year ago.

“We have become quite young in a hurry, but we are quite excited as a group because with the influx of youth comes great opportunity and optimism. As long as we are connected on both sides of the ball and continue to improve rebounding the basketball, our year will be a success.” – Jason Hurley, Head Coach Key Losses: Danielle Harris, Adrienne Moreau Key Returns: L’Ashante Henry, Mackenzie Robinson, Megan Forestell, Adriane Bruni Key Recruits: Kayla Deschatelets, Danielle Reid, Maddie Lougheed


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 10 11 12 14 15 21 22 23 24 32 33 34 35 42 44 55

NAME David Aromolaran Kadre Gray Othel Watson Josis Thomas Samuel Ivey Elijah Davidson Darcy Watt Nelson Yengue Litha Ncanisa Joseph Sykes JD West Mustafa Abdi Stefan Simpson Juac Aguer Theo Thomas Anthony Iacoe Skylar Cornell

HT. POS. YR. 6-0 G 4 6-1 G 1 6-4 F 4 6-4 F 1 6-1 G 1 6-2 G 1 6-6 F 4 6-3 SF 4 6-5 F 1 6-7 F 4 6-3 G 3 6-0 G 3 5-9 G 2 6-8 F 2 6-3 G 2 6-0 G 2 5-11 G 1

VOYAGEURS BEST...

MAJOR Religious Studies Human Kinetics Communications Liberal Science Sports Administration Economics Geography Economics Law & Justice Mining Engineering Sports Administration Commerce Communications Chemical Engineering Social Work Health Promotion Sports Psychology

HOMETOWN Brampton, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Yaounde, CMR Cape Town, RSA Calgary, Alb. Mildmay, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Ancaster, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Timmins, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Anthony Iacoe, JD West

None

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

David Aromolaran, Kadre Gray

David Aromolaran, Kadre Gray

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Nelson Yengue, Darcy Watt

David Aromolaran, Kadre Gray

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

10 Nick Simon 19 11 David Aromolaran 18 12 JD West 19 14 Theo Thomas 19 15 Tristan Rienstra 3 21 Anthony Iacoe 19 22 Darcy Watt - 23 Alexander Henry-Iriarte 17 24 Mike McQuarrie 2 32 Joseph Sykes 18 34 Mustafa Abdi 7 35 Stefan Simpson - 42 Juac Aguer 1 44 Sam Hirst 19 55 Lex Van Iperen 18

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NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Western Sat. 12 Windsor Fri. 18 Toronto Sat. 19 Ryerson Fri. 25 Ottawa Sat. 26 Carleton DECEMBER Fri. 2 Laurier Sat. 3 Waterloo JANUARY Fri. 6 Brock Sat. 7 McMaster Fri. 13 Ottawa Sat. 14 Carleton Fri. 20 Nipissing Fri. 27 York Sat. 28 Queen’s FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Lakehead Sat. 4 Guelph Fri. 10 Nipissing Fri. 17 Algoma

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

25.3 53-160 30.8 96-241 15.4 25-80 18.9 43-112 1.3 0-1 33 96-279 - 0-0 11.8 10-35 6.5 1-1 21.2 33-85 5 1-4 - 0-0 1 0-0 33.8 96-234 14.7 25-57

33.1 36-114 31.6 5-6 83.3 9 32 41 31 27 11 0 7.7 39.8 5-24 20.8 67-87 77 20 62 82 68 79 22 8 14.7 31.3 20-64 31.3 5-7 71.4 5 25 30 3 5 9 0 3.9 38.4 8-30 26.7 38-47 80.9 31 44 75 16 34 18 3 6.9 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 34.4 59-169 34.9 26-30 86.7 14 41 55 33 41 16 0 14.6 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 28.6 0-1 0 9-19 47.4 21 31 52 8 14 5 10 1.7 100 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 38.8 4-10 40 20-24 83.3 23 56 79 11 30 11 9 5 25 1-2 50 2-2 100 3 2 5 3 5 0 0 0.7 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 10-43 23.3 51-74 68.9 33 110 143 58 45 20 3 13.3 43.9 0-0 - 14-28 50 43 40 83 13 18 4 5 3.6

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Laurentian voyageurs 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Emily Tinnes Kayla Deschatelets Andrea Zulich Meghan Forestell Danielle Reid Kennedi Cashmore Lara Pomerleau-Fontaine Mackenzie Robinson Adriane Bruni Nicole Eccles Maddie Lougheed Claire Fawcett Emily Fisher L’Ashante Henry Nicole Conlin

HT. POS. 5-3 G 5-5 G 5-7 G 5-8 G 5-7 G 5-6 G 5-6 G 5-9 G 5-9 G 6-2 F 6-1 F 6-1 F 5-9 G 5-10 F 5-5 G

YR. MAJOR 3 Sport & Physical Education 1 Sport Psychology 2 Sports Administration 3 Kinesiology 1 Sport & Physical Education 1 Health Promotion 1 Sport Psychology 2 Sport & Physical Education 3 Kinesiology 3 Forensic Science 3 3 Chemical Engineering 2 Mechanical Engineering 4 Commerce 1 Biomedical Biology

VOYAGEURS BEST... Outside Threat:

Defender:

Megan Forestell, Andrea Zulich

None

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Mackenzie Robinson, L’Ashante Henry

Kayla Deschatelets

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

L’Ashante Henry, Mackenzie Robinson

Kayla Deschatelets

2015-16 Season Stats

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Newmarket, Ont. Timmins, Ont. Sudbury, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Brooklin, Ont. Sudbury, Ont. Magog, Que. Collingwood, Ont. Sault Ste Marie, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Owen Sound, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Georgetown, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Copper Cliff, Ont.

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NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Western Sat. 12 Windsor Fri. 18 Toronto Sat. 19 Ryerson Fri. 25 Ottawa Sat. 26 Carleton DECEMBER Fri. 2 Laurier Sat. 3 Waterloo JANUARY Fri. 6 Brock Sat. 7 McMaster Fri. 13 Ottawa Sat. 14 Carleton Fri. 20 Nipissing Fri. 27 York Sat. 28 Queen’s FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Lakehead Sat. 4 Guelph Fri. 10 Nipissing Fri. 17 Algoma

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

4 Emily Tinnes 5 Adrienne Moreau 6 Andrea Zulich 7 Meghan Forestell 8 Danielle Harris 9 Darby Heenan-van Horn 10 Charlotte Case 11 Mackenzie Robinson 12 Adriane Bruni 13 Nicole Eccles 14 Rachel McLean 15 Claire Fawcett 21 Emily Fisher 22 L’Ashante Henry 23 Olivia Hazlett

19 19 16 19 19 2 5 17 18 18 19 8 9 11 5

25.8 36-121 30.3 77-211 7.6 6-21 19.8 39-172 30.8 78-265 1 0-0 5.2 2-4 25.9 32-107 16.8 13-47 14.2 17-57 14 28-79 5.8 3-7 4 3-4 24.1 33-86 5 1-4

29.8 17-53 32.1 42-53 79.2 9 36 45 46 55 33 0 6.9 36.5 43-129 33.3 49-62 79 36 81 117 20 52 50 8 12.9 28.6 1-8 12.5 5-6 83.3 5 12 17 3 10 3 0 1.1 22.7 30-130 23.1 18-23 78.3 10 39 49 15 22 9 1 6.6 29.4 24-113 21.2 76-105 72.4 14 53 67 54 82 16 3 13.5 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 50 2-3 66.7 1-2 50 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 1.4 29.9 7-54 13 10-16 62.5 25 42 67 16 20 23 2 4.8 27.7 2-16 12.5 10-17 58.8 15 22 37 7 26 13 2 2.1 29.8 1-2 50 6-12 50 15 51 66 8 17 3 6 2.3 35.4 0-0 - 8-23 34.8 25 30 55 12 19 9 1 3.4 42.9 0-1 0 4-8 50 3 3 6 1 4 0 0 1.3 75 0-0 - 4-9 44.4 3 2 5 0 4 0 0 1.1 38.4 0-0 - 15-23 65.2 31 34 65 7 21 13 1 7.4 25 0-3 0 0-0 - 0 3 3 1 1 2 0 0.4

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Quick F Men’s season preview

Last season, the purple and gold men’s basketball team recorded an overall record of 13 wins and 17 losses, including 9-11 during the regular season. Heading into the new year, the team will have six new faces join the squad, as the Golden Hawks bench boss has brought in four guards and two forwards. Furthermore, the Wilfrid Laurier Department of Athletics and Recreation is proud to announce the appointment of Justin Serresse as the new Manager of Men’s Basketball Operations and Head Coach of the Golden Hawks. Serresse has served as the lead assistant coach with the Ottawa Gee-Gees for the past five seasons, was successfully selected to become the 10th head coach in the 53-year history of the Golden Hawks men’s basketball program.

I am looking forward my first year with the team, We are going to be very young and energetic. So far the guys are adjusting well to the new system, we are getting to know each other and trust each other on and off the field. It’s going to be season full of ups and downs but we are ready for it.

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Wilfrid Laurie 75 University A Waterlo Tel. 519.8 Fax. 519.8 Web. www.laurie

Direc

Peter B Tel. 519.884.07 Email. pbaxt

Sports Info

Jamie Ho Tel. 519.884.07 Email. jhowie

Men’s Ba

15-16 Rec Playoff Re Head Coach: P Tel. 519.884.07 Email. jserre

– Justin Serresse, Head Coach Key Losses: Will Coulthard, Garrison Thomas Key Returns: Matt Chesson, Chuder Teny, Owen Coulthard, Vlad Matovic Key Recruits: Tevaun Kokko, Shamar Burrows, Nick Broady, Matt Minutillo

Women’s B

15-16 Rec Playoff Re Head Coach Tel. 519.884.07 Email. pfalc

Home C

Athletic C Capacity


Laurier

hawks Golden

Facts:

nformation:

er University Avenue West oo, ON 884.0710 884.0203 erathletics.com

ctor:

Baxter 710 ext. 2216 ter@wlu.ca

ormation:

owieson 710 ext. 3492 eson@wlu.ca

asketball:

cord: 9-11 ecord: 0-1 Peter Campbell 710 ext. 2188 esse@wlu.ca

Basketball:

cord: 9-11 ecord: 0-1 h: Paul Falco 710 ext. 3504 co@wlu.ca

Court:

Complex y: 2,000

woMen’s season preview

The Laurier women’s basketball team finished the 2015-16 season with a 12-19 overall record after wrapping up conference play in third place in the OUA West division with a 9-11 mark. Looking ahead to the upcoming season, the Hawks are confident that their six new rookies will offer fresh energy to the court. To guide the group of first years, Laurier will call on experienced veterans by the likes of Nicole Morrison and Kaitlyn Schenck. In 2015, Morrison earned the OUA All-Star title for the first time in her career, and Schenck was honoured as an OUA All-Rookie upon her first year at Laurier in 2012. The Golden Hawks are confident that the leadership of their seasoned players as well as the optimism of the newcomers will make for a season much like that of 2014, when the Hawks ended the year at No.6 in Canada..

“Our team will have a much different look this year as 6 new players join our 7 veterans. Our success will be dependent on the players understanding each of their roles and being ready each and every game in what should be a very tough OUA this season.” – Paul Falco, Head Coach Key Losses: Courtney Bruce, Heather Payne Key Returns: Kaitlyn Schenck, Alex Spadaro, Nicole Morrison Key Recruits: Jill Condron, Rachel Woodburn, Tayania Siwek-Smith, Brianna Iannazzo


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 7 6 3 12 10 5 15 14 21 13 8 2 11 4

NAME Ivan Bilandzic Nicholas Broady Shamar Burrows Matt Chesson Owen Coulthard Sydney Davis Joseph Fo Ntore Habimana Nikola Hrnjez Tevaun Kokko Vlad Matovic Matthew Minutillo Navraj Randhawa Chuder Teny

HT. POS. 6-6 F 6-6 F 6-3 G 6-8 F 6-0 G 6-3 G 6-3 G 6-5 G 6-7 F 5-11 G 6-8 F 6-0 G 5-9 G 6-2 G

YR. 2 1 1 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 4 1 2 3

GOLDEN HAWKS BEST...

MAJOR Arts Business Economics Kin/Phys. Ed. Arts Comm. Std. Poli Sci Comm. Std. Comp. Sci. Arts Economics Kin/Phys. Ed. Health Sciences Comm. Std.

HOMETOWN Waterloo, Ont. Vancouver, B.C. Nassau, BHS Whitby, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Markham, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Niagara Falls, Ont. Markham, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Brantford, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Kitchener, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Chuder Teny, Owen Coulthard

Shamar Burrows, Matt Minutillo

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Tevaun Kokko, Matt Chesson

Tevaun Kokko, Chuder Teny

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Vlad Matovic, Nick Broady

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Ryerson Fri. 11 Algoma Sat. 12 Algoma Fri. 18 Queen’s Sat. 19 York Wed. 23 Western Sat. 26 Windsor DECEMBER Fri. 2 Laurentian Sat.3 Nipissing JANUARY Fri. 6 Carleton Sat. 7 Ottawa Wed. 11 McMaster Fri. 13 Guelph Wed. 18 Waterloo Sat. 21 Toronto Sat. 28 Waterloo FEBRUARY Sat. 4 Brock Wed. 8 Windsor Sat. 11 Western Sat. 18 Lakehead

Tevaun Kokko, Chuder Teny

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

2 Simon Mikre 3 Garrison Thomas 4 Chuder Teny 5 Sydney Davis 6 Will Coulthard 7 Ivan Bilandzic 8 Vlad Matovic 9 Luke Allin 10 Owen Coulthard 11 Navraj Randhawa 12 Matt Chesson 13 Nonso Anyakwo 15 Joseph Fo 20 Simon Polan-Couillard

20 19 20 20 20 15 19 7 20 10 20 15 3 18

32.9 50-135 37 3-9 33.3 42-55 76.4 15 80 95 101 52 31 15 7.3 23.2 58-144 40.3 18-57 31.6 17-25 68 35 67 102 31 16 13 6 7.9 16.4 51-163 31.3 29-99 29.3 12-18 66.7 15 24 39 15 27 21 0 7.2 11 23-74 31.1 10-31 32.3 12-20 60 4 14 18 19 21 5 1 3.4 31.6 115-348 33 46-152 30.3 79-111 71.2 14 59 73 37 40 36 3 17.8 8.5 16-34 47.1 0-0 - 18-34 52.9 17 27 44 2 7 3 3 3.3 11.7 43-78 55.1 0-1 0 15-20 75 28 42 70 3 19 9 11 5.3 26.1 31-60 51.7 16-31 51.6 15-20 75 11 30 41 1 3 3 4 13.3 16.6 44-128 34.4 30-83 36.1 14-20 70 14 24 38 7 9 9 3 6.6 3.6 2-11 18.2 1-5 20 2-4 50 1 4 5 3 7 2 0 0.7 25.1 110-256 43 3-13 23.1 44-63 69.8 36 64 100 13 24 10 21 13.4 5 3-12 25 0-0 - 1-7 14.3 8 9 17 1 4 1 4 0.5 7.7 5-10 50 0-0 - 0-0 - 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 3.3 16.2 21-51 41.2 0-0 - 17-37 45.9 31 36 67 14 11 8 4 3.3

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 11:00 AM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM


Laurier

hawks Golden 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 20 23 12 11 4 5 22 6 7 8 13 15 32

NAME Jill Condron Sarah Dillon Brianna Iannazzo Lauren Jamieson Akashia Moore Samuels Nicole Morrison Melissa Pare Irena Rynkiewicz Kaitlyn Schenck Tayania Siwek-Smith Alex Spadaro Jessie Vasseur Rachel Woodburn

HT. 5-11 5-10 5-7 5-11 5-5 5-4 6-0 5-10 5-7 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-8

POS. G G G G G G F G G F F F G

YR. 1 4 1 3 1 4 3 2 5 1 4 1 1

GOLDEN HAWKS BEST...

MAJOR Kin/Phys. Ed. Kin/Phys. Ed. Health Sciences Comm. Std. Psychology Comm. Std. Health Sciences Kin/Phys. Ed. Psychology Comp. Sci. Kin/Phys. Ed. Psychology Arts

HOMETOWN Oakville, Ont. Welland, Ont. Thornhill, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Milton, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. LaSalle, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Grimsby, Ont. London, Ont. Courtice, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Sarah Dillon, Brianna Iannazzo

Nicole Morrison, Rachel Woodburn

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Kaitlyn Schenck, Nicole Morrison

Kaitlyn Schenck, Nicole Morrison

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Alex Spadaro, Tayania Siwek-Smith

Kaitlyn Schenck, Nicole Morrison

2015-16 Season Stats

2016-17 schedule NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Ryerson Fri. 11 Algoma Sat. 12 Algoma Fri. 18 Queen’s Sat. 19 York Wed. 23 Western Sat. 26 Windsor DECEMBER Fri. 2 Laurentian Sat.3 Nipissing JANUARY Fri. 6 Carleton Sat. 7 Ottawa Wed. 11 McMaster Fri. 13 Guelph Wed. 18 Waterloo Sat. 21 Toronto Sat. 28 Waterloo FEBRUARY Sat. 4 Brock Wed. 8 Windsor Sat. 11 Western Sat. 18 Lakehead

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

4 Hannah McGurk 5 Nicole Morrison 6 Irena Rynkiewicz 7 Kaitlyn Schenck 8 Courtney Bruce 9 Amanda Milanis 10 Alanna Martin 11 Lauren Jamieson 13 Alexandra Spadaro 15 Heather Payne 22 Melissa Pare 23 Sarah Dillon 32 Cori Marshall

13 20 17 20 20 20 13 20 7 20 1 19 10

3.3 0-6 28.3 114-291 12.9 36-73 28.8 77-211 30.6 68-211 24.9 33-106 2.5 4-7 18.4 40-123 23 19-50 25.2 37-99 3 1-2 24.3 66-162 2.1 1-8

0 0-3 39.2 24-80 49.3 14-27 36.5 5-39 32.2 26-91 31.1 16-65 57.1 2-4 32.5 17-73 38 0-1 37.4 2-8 50 0-0 40.7 27-81 12.5 0-1

0 0-0 - 2 4 6 1 30 60-79 75.9 37 63 100 60 51.9 10-12 83.3 20 51 71 9 12.8 74-95 77.9 23 51 74 45 28.6 24-37 64.9 39 53 92 33 24.6 6-6 100 9 35 44 25 50 2-3 66.7 0 0 0 1 23.3 2-8 25 5 48 53 10 0 14-21 66.7 13 31 44 4 25 28-42 66.7 47 100 147 15 - 1-1 100 2 0 2 0 33.3 16-17 94.1 28 71 99 17 0 0-0 - 1 4 5 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG 8 2 0 58 25 3 9 7 8 61 24 4 33 23 7 20 12 1 6 0 0 16 14 11 16 9 5 39 19 3 0 0 0 20 11 1 3 1 0

0 15.6 5.6 11.7 9.3 4.4 0.9 5 7.4 5.2 3 9.2 0.2

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM


Men’s season preview

The McMaster Marauders will see several players assume bigger roles in 2016-17, as the team graduated some key veterans, but Coach Amos Connolly expects to remain a contender in the OUA Central Division. Two 5th-year stalwarts will be expected to assume the mantle of leadership as former OUA All-Star Rohan Boney returns, while Lazar Kojovic moves from super-sub to primetime player. Two 3rd-year players, former OUA all-rookie team member David McCulloch and post Connor Gilmore, have been valuable contributors and are now poised to challenge for league honours. With McCulloch running the point, the Marauders are in very capable hands, while Gilmore has an inside-outside game that causes match-up problems. The key to success may rest with how much production McMaster gets from other sources. Veteran swingman Elliot Ormond returns this year and will get an opportunity to expand his role, while guard Chris Thompson and post Matt Quiring both showed potential as rookies and have the ability to make an impact in their second year. Other returning players that will get a chance to play are 3rd-year guard Marko Grahovac, and 2ndyear forwards Danylo Kostecki and Jan Hirjak. Finding out which of these players are up to the task and creating some new team chemistry will be Coach Connolly’s biggest challenges.

“We’ve experienced significant turnover with the graduation of three starters but our culture is rocksolid and our best players are not only our hardest workers but completely unselfish. We will play an exciting brand of basketball, but in the OUA there are many national powerhouse teams so there are no nights off. “ – Amos Connolly, Head Coach Key Losses: Leon Alexander, Aaron Redpath, Troy Joseph Key Returns: David McCulloch, Connor Gilmore, Rohan Boney, Lazar Kojovic Key Recruits: Jacobus Vanderpol, J-R Callura

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University in

McMaster 1280 Main S Hamilto Tel. 905.5 Fax. 905.5 Web. www.m

Direc

Glen Gru Tel. 905.525.91 Email. grunwal@

Sports Info

Fraser C Tel. 905.5 Email. caldwef@

Men’s Ba

15-16 Rec Playoff Re Head Coach: A Tel. 905.525.91 Email. connola@

Women’s B

15-16 Rec Playoff Re Head Coach: T Tel. 905.525.91 Email. burnst@

Home C

Burridge G Capacity


McMaster marauders

Facts:

nformation:

University Street West on, ON 525.9140 526.1573 marauders.ca

ctor:

unwald 140 ext. 24340 @mcmaster.ca

ormation:

Caldwell 518.9937 @mcmaster.ca

asketball:

cord: 14-5 ecord: 0-1 Amos Connolly 140 ext. 23570 @mcmaster.ca

Basketball:

cord: 15-4 ecord: 1-2 Theresa Burns 140 ext. 24641 @mcmaster.ca

Court:

Gymnasium y: 2,600

woMen’s season preview

The McMaster Marauders made it to last year’s OUA Final-Four but came home without a medal and this year’s team is working to make sure that doesn’t happen again. Coach Theresa Burns returns to the bench fulltime, after missing most of last season on medical leave.

The Marauders are led by U Sports first-team All-Canadian Danielle Boiago, who is one of the top shooting guards in the country. Two other important 5th-year seniors are OUA All-Star Clare Kenney and team captain Rachael Holmes, who will join with Boiago to provide veteran leadership. Entering their 3rd-year are point guard Hilary Hanaka and forward Linnaea Harper, who are both former OUA all-rookie team members and who will round out the starting five. Providing good depth off the bench are veterans Lexie Spadafora, Erin Burns, Jelena Mamic, Evie Streight, and Adrienne Peters. The return of sharpshooter Vanessa Pickard, who is coming back off injury would be a major bonus, and hopes are high she will be available for the second-half of the schedule. The Marauders also brought in a solid recruiting class, made up of post players Olivia Wilson and Emily Pearson, and guards Brie Loebach and Julia Hanaka. Coach Burns has all the pieces to make a run at the OUA Final-Four again, and would like nothing more than to host it in the Burridge Gym.

“This will be one of the deepest teams we have ever had, with contributions coming from everyone in the line-up. This group of Marauders is cohesive, focused, and excited about our chances this season.” – Theresa Burns, Head Coach Key Losses: Siobhan Manning, Aly Schweitzer Key Returns: Danielle Boiago, Clare Kenney, Rachael Holmes, Hilary Hanaka Key Recruits: Olivia Wilson, Brie Loebach, Julia Hanaka, Emily Pearson


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 21 22 23 25 31 32 33 42 44 45

NAME Danylo Kostecki Braedon Brown Rommel Calura Chris Thompson Karol Derech Matt Quiring Connor Gilmore Elliot Ormond Nathan Bruzzese David McCulloch Rohan Boney Jacobus Vander Pol Andre Toic Josh Nardini Andrew Holmes Marko Grahovac Jan Hirjak Lazar Kojovic Kwasi Adu-Poku

HT. POS. 6-5 G 6-1 G 6-1 G 6-1 G 6-9 F 6-8 F 6-7 F 6-3 G 6-0 G 6-1 G 6-4 G 6-5 G 6-3 G 6-0 G 6-1 G 6-0 G 6-10 G 6-5 G 6-5 F

YR. MAJOR 2 Commerce 1 Political Science 1 Social Sciences 2 Sociology 1 Biochemistry 2 Commerce 3 Religious Studies 4 Chemical Engineering 1 Social Sciences 3 Kinesiology 5 Economics 1 Business 2 Mechanical Engineering 1 Business 2 Mechanical Engineering 3 Kinesiology 2 Kinesiology 5 Engineering Physics 1 Kinesiology

MARAUDERS BEST...

HOMETOWN Mississauga, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Cambridge, Ont. Bright’s Grove, Ont. Cambridge, Ont. Etobicoke, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Brantford, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Ancaster, Ont. Stoney Creek, Ont. Etobicoke, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Lazar Kojovic, David McCulloch

David McCulloch, Rohan Boney

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Connor Gilmore, Rohan Boney

David McCulloch, Lazar Kojovic

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Connor Gilmore, Rohan Boney

David McCulloch

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Lakehead Sat. 12 Lakehead Wed. 16 Brock Wed. 23 Guelph Sat. 26 Brock DECEMBER Fri. 2 Ottawa Sat. 3 Carleton JANUARY Fri. 6 Nipissing Sat. 7 Laurentian Wed. 11 Laurier Sat. 14 Guelph Fri. 20 York Sat. 21 Queen’s Wed. 25 Ryerson Sat. 28 Toronto FEBRUARY Sat. 4 Waterloo Sat. 11 Algoma Wed. 15 Windsor Sat. 18 Western

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

3 Leon Alexander 18 29 120-255 47.1 13-37 35.1 85-130 65.4 35 70 105 44 53 28 9 18.8 4 Trevon McNeil 17 23.3 42-121 34.7 19-61 31.1 35-46 76.1 11 28 39 32 21 18 1 8.1 5 Troy Joseph 19 27.1 101-201 50.2 29-76 38.2 28-43 65.1 29 94 123 30 42 29 18 13.6 6 Chris Thompson 16 8.9 17-50 34 7-30 23.3 7-15 46.7 6 10 16 11 11 5 1 3 9 Jason Quiring 1 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 Matt Quiring 13 10.1 11-27 40.7 0-7 0 0-3 0 10 21 31 1 11 1 4 1.7 11 Connor Gilmore 14 25 56-129 43.4 21-54 38.9 16-22 72.7 23 57 80 22 21 8 3 10.6 12 Danylo Kostecki 7 2.9 1-9 11.1 1-7 14.3 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0.4 13 Markus Hasse-Kollarits - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 21 David McCulloch 17 24.3 34-66 51.5 8-31 25.8 22-25 88 9 34 43 26 30 21 2 5.8 22 Rohan Boney 17 22.6 72-132 54.5 3-17 17.6 37-59 62.7 43 74 117 44 26 11 10 10.8 23 Aaron Redpath 19 30.5 77-196 39.3 26-93 28 54-84 64.3 23 77 100 62 46 53 7 12.3 25 Andre Toic 5 2 1-3 33.3 0-0 - 3-5 60 1 3 4 0 0 2 0 1 32 Andrew Holmes - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 33 Marko Grahovac 6 2.8 1-4 25 0-3 0 2-3 66.7 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0.7 42 Jan Hirjak 8 2.9 4-11 36.4 0-0 - 3-6 50 2 5 7 1 2 0 0 1.4 44 Lazar Kojovic 19 15.5 41-89 46.1 17-50 34 14-20 70 26 31 57 14 20 19 12 5.9 45 Lucas Marsden 3 3.7 0-3 0 0-1 0 0-0 - 1 2 3 0 2 1 0 0

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM


McMaster marauders 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 22 25 34

NAME Brie Loebach Danielle Boiago Evie Streight Hilary Hanaka Lexie Spadafora Erin Burns Vanessa Pickard Rachel Holmes Jelena Mamic Emily Pearson Adrienne Peters Clare Kenney Linnaea Harper Julia Hanaka Olivia Wilson

HT.

POS. 5-8 G 5-7 G 5-10 F 5-10 G 5-9 G 5-7 G 5-11 G 5-9 G 5-7 G 6-0 F 6-0 F 6-0 F 5-11 F 5-9 G 6-2 F

YR. 1 4 2 3 3 2 2 4 4 1 2 4 3 1 1

marauders BEST... Outside Threat:

Defender:

Danielle Boiago, Hilary Hanaka

Rachael Holmes, Erin Burns

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Danielle Boiago, Clare Kenney

Hilary Hanaka, Jelena Mamic

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Clare Kenney, Linnaea Harper

Hilary Hanaka, Jelena Mamic

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

2 Andrea Polischuk 19 3 Danielle Boiago 19 4 Evie Streight 1 5 Hilary Hanaka 17 6 Lexie Spadafora 15 7 Erin Burns 15 9 Vanessa Pickard - 10 Rachael Holmes 19 11 Jelena Mamic 8 13 Ally Schweitzer 18 14 Adrienne Peters 3 15 Clare Kenney 19 21 Michaela Ionni 19 22 Linnaea Harper 17 23 Siobhan Manning 19 31 Victoria Anderson -

2016-17 schedule

MAJOR HOMETOWN Kinesiology Belle River, Ont. Kinesiology Hamilton, Ont. Kinesiology Kingston, Ont. Geography Hamilton, Ont. Economics Hannon, Ont. Life Sciences Hamilton, Ont. Masters - Kinesiology Riverview, N.B. Science Ancaster, Ont. Medical Radiation Science St Catharines, Ont. Business Surrey, B.C. Geography Burlington, Ont. Geography Gananoque, Ont. Kinesiology Newmarket, Ont. Geography Hamilton, Ont. Life Sciences Oakville, Ont.

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Lakehead Sat. 12 Lakehead Wed. 16 Brock Wed. 23 Guelph Sat. 26 Brock DECEMBER Fri. 2 Ottawa Sat. 3 Carleton JANUARY Fri. 6 Nipissing Sat. 7 Laurentian Wed. 11 Laurier Sat. 14 Guelph Fri. 20 York Sat. 21 Queen’s Wed. 25 Ryerson Sat. 28 Toronto FEBRUARY Sat. 4 Waterloo Sat. 11 Algoma Wed. 15 Windsor Sat. 18 Western

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

16.8 42-100 31.1 124-289 0 0-1 26.6 62-160 10.7 13-35 6.3 10-30 - 0-0 23.3 47-143 8 5-17 11.5 34-76 6 1-1 24.6 95-181 7.7 6-37 21.4 52-137 26.4 46-138 - 0-0

42 2-11 18.2 17-23 73.9 20 50 70 29 19 26 3 5.4 42.9 37-104 35.6 46-63 73 23 110 133 74 57 48 11 17.4 0 0-1 0 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38.8 14-63 22.2 19-26 73.1 21 21 42 40 31 10 3 9.2 37.1 1-12 8.3 5-5 100 8 14 22 8 13 12 7 2.1 33.3 2-10 20 10-12 83.3 6 6 12 6 12 3 0 2.1 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 32.9 16-48 33.3 40-49 81.6 27 23 50 31 24 31 2 7.9 29.4 3-10 30 2-2 100 3 5 8 4 3 1 0 1.9 44.7 0-0 - 14-21 66.7 32 38 70 7 11 9 3 4.6 100 0-0 - 0-0 - 2 1 3 0 3 2 0 0.7 52.5 1-1 100 38-53 71.7 68 108 176 30 37 23 18 12.1 16.2 5-23 21.7 2-4 50 11 21 32 9 12 5 8 1 38 22-48 45.8 13-17 76.5 35 60 95 24 31 16 13 8.2 33.3 18-68 26.5 18-22 81.8 16 27 43 55 45 23 1 6.7 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - -

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM


Men’s season preview

The team embarks in its third year in the OUA and U Sports. The team plans to build from last year season where the program achieved their first OUA league win (4-15 record) and a record high of six overall wins during the season (6-19 overall). This year’s team welcomes 7 returners and 9 new faces to the program. Four out of the nine are transfers from either a U Sports/CCAA/NJCAA program while the other five are freshmen from across Ontario. Through its first two seasons, the team has learned a lot about the nature of the league, its competitiveness and the amount of work required throughout the year if they want to be labeled a competitive program. Last season, the team was two games back from obtaining a playoff spot; the team has their eyes set out on achieving a playoff spot this season.

“Progressions have been made on and off the court with our overall program. Starting from the bottom definitely had its challenges and setbacks; nevertheless, the first two seasons have taught us whole. We have learned from every game and moments throughout the season. The plan is to now take what we learned and put them into positive actions. If we can do that every single day, we will put ourselves in a position to achieve success.” – Chris Cheng, Head Coach Key Losses: Joey Puddister Key Returns: Jordon Campbell, Marcus Lewis, Kalil Langston, Marvin Ngonadi Key Recruits: Kasey Paul-Buzas, Jaaden Lewis, Addy Ogunye, Justin Shaver

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University in

Nipissing U 100 Coll North B Tel. 705.4 Fax. 705.4 Web. www.n

Direc

Vito Cas Tel. 705.474.34 Email. vitoc@n

Sports Info

Robb F Tel. 705.474.34 Email. robbf@n

Men’s Ba

15-16 Rec Playoff Rec Head Coach: Tel. 705.474.34 Email. chrisc@

Women’s B

15-16 Rec Playoff Rec Head Coach: Tel. 705.474.34 Email. margj@

Home C

Robert J Surtees Stu Capacity


Facts:

nformation:

University lege Dr. Bay, ON 474.3461 474.6323 nulakers.ca

ctor:

stiglione 461 ext. 4249 nipissingu.ca

ormation:

Fenton 461 ext. 4539 nipissingu.ca

asketball:

cord: 4-15 cord: DNP Chris Cheng 450 ext. 4634 @nipissingu.ca

Basketball:

cord: 3-16 cord: DNP Marg Jones 450 ext. 4635 @nipissingu.ca

Court:

udent Athletic Centre y: 1,200

Nipissing Lakers

woMen’s season preview

Entering their 3rd season of play, the 2016-17 version of the Nipissing Lakers returns all 5 starters from the 15-16 team along with key role players. The 15-16 Lakers program notched their programs first U Sports victories and finished tied for 3rd place in the OUA NorthEast Division, missing out on a playoff opportunity due to a 3pt. point differential with Laurentian. With a core of veteran players, along with some key additions, the Lakers look to improve upon their previous record in the OUA with the goal of securing a playoff spot. The return of 6’2 forward Sam Kordez to the roster will be a much needed addition to the interior post presence missing in previous seasons. Crandall/Holland College transfer Nakissa Koomalsingh has proven to be a tenacious on-ball defender in pre-season play and brings a new dimension of athleticism to the Lakers perimeter defence. Dalhousie transfer Carissa Poulin will provide leadership and experience in the back court and will be looked upon to provide key minutes of relief for PG Heidi Smith. 5th year PG Rachel Jaworowicz is recovering from ACL surgery and will likely defer her return to the Lakers to the 17-18 season, along with Herrick. The addition of rookie forward Sarah Layefski to the Lakers has added a key piece to their interior defence and presence on the defensive boards. In pre-season play Sarah has already proven her ability to defend in the paint and grab 4-5 boards per game. Rookie Thaliyah Phillips brings athleticism and length on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court, and has made key contributions in the pre-season. Kendra Dennis, a first year guard out of Guelph is a tenacious defender who will contribute off the bench immediately.

“The 2016-17 season needs to be a defining season for our program. In order for us to establish success in the OUA and strive towards our goals, our veteran players will be required to improve decision making and limit turnovers. With our core of veteran players along with key contributions from those new to our line-up, we know that we have the ability to win games and contend for a playoff spot.” – Marg Jones, Head Coach Key Losses: Terrilyn Herrick, Rachel Jaworowicz Key Returns: Claire Abbott, Jamie Soffer, Alexe Galipeau-Wilson, Heidi Smith, Mackenzie Bahm Key Recruits: Sarah Layefsky, Thaliyah Phillips, Kendra Dennis, Sam Kordez


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Shandon Ashitei Kasey Paul-Buzas Marvin Ngonadi Jordon Campbell Jerron Rhodes Jordan Roberts Kalil Langston Ismael Kaba Justin Hill Quintin Ashitei Marcus Lewis Christian Casimier Addy Ogunye Justin Shaver Jaaden Lewis Dexter Bullen

HT. POS. 6’1 G 6’1 G 6’8 C 6’3 G 6’1 G 6’5 F 6’7 F 6’3 G 5’10 G 5’10 G 6’4 G 6’5 F 6’5 G 6’6 F 6’2 G 6’5 G

YR. 1 1 3 5 3 3 2 3 2 1 3 5 2 3 1 1

lakers BEST...

MAJOR Phys. Ed Business Sociology Psychology Business Phys. Ed Mathematics Science & Tech Phys. Ed Phys. Ed Business Business Phys. Ed Psychology Psychology Con. Ed History

HOMETOWN Orleans, Ont. Montreal, Que. Toronto, Ont. Niagara Falls, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Trout Creek, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. San Francisco, CA Orleans, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Thornhill, Ont. Orillia, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Jordon Campbell

Marcus Lewis, Addy Ogunye

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Kalil Langston, Marcus Lewis

Jordon Campbell

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Kalil Langston, Justin Shaver

Jordon Campbell

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

2 Michael Angenent 14 4 Joey Puddister 19 5 Marvin Ngonadi 19 6 Jordon Campbell 11 7 Jerron Rhodes 19 8 Jordan Roberts 19 9 Kalil Langston 19 10 Ismael Kaba 6 11 Wil Konybai 17 12 Kemel Archer 2 13 Marcus Lewis 19 21 D’Shawn Johnson 1 22 Chris Kolar 9 23 Marcos Clennon 1

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Windsor Sat. 12 Western Fri. 18 Ryerson Sat. 19 Toronto Fri. 25 Carleton Sat. 26 Ottawa DECEMBER Fri. 2 Waterloo Sat. 3 Laurier JANUARY Fri. 6 McMaster Sat. 7 Brock Fri. 13 Carleton Sat. 14 Ottawa Fri. 20 Laurentian Fri. 27 Queen’s Sat. 28 York FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Guelph Sat. 4 Lakehead Fri. 10 Laurentian Sat. 18 Algoma

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

11.8 17-39 32.7 51-145 22.8 56-135 30.4 40-138 25.7 31-113 14.3 41-93 21.5 47-108 14 12-24 14.1 32-98 1.5 1-3 33.4 88-216 0 0-1 2.4 1-4 7 0-2

43.6 2-5 40 12-17 70.6 8 24 32 5 13 3 0 3.4 35.2 36-96 37.5 22-28 78.6 12 41 53 76 38 20 0 8.4 41.5 0-0 - 36-56 64.3 40 42 82 14 41 6 2 7.8 29 10-39 25.6 17-22 77.3 16 40 56 31 17 14 3 9.7 27.4 4-28 14.3 34-43 79.1 9 42 51 47 45 23 0 5.3 44.1 0-1 0 21-31 67.7 25 28 53 5 17 6 1 5.4 43.5 9-32 28.1 24-31 77.4 48 66 114 12 31 9 16 6.7 50 9-19 47.4 1-2 50 1 2 3 7 6 3 1 5.7 32.7 18-67 26.9 9-12 75 7 19 26 9 28 7 1 5.4 33.3 0-1 0 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 40.7 2-17 11.8 89-116 76.7 31 106 137 39 94 30 5 14.1 0 0-1 0 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0-1 0 0-0 - 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0.2 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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Nipissing Lakers 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23 24 25

NAME Rachel Van Woezik Marla Corney Claire Abbott Heidi Smith Rachel Jaworowicz Jamie Soffer Mackenzie Bahm Kendra Dennis Thaliyah Phillips Terrilyn Herrick Carissa Poulin Alexe Galipeau-Wilson Nakissa Koomalsingh Devanee Dewey Samantha Kordez Aleisha Longmuir Michaela Branker Sarah Layefsky

HT. POS. 5’6 G 5’8 G 5’7 G 5’7 PG 5’5 PG 5’10 F 5’11 F 5’6 G 5’10 F 6’0 F 5’6 G 5’8 G 5’4 PG 5’11 F 6’2 P 5’8 G 5’7 G 5’10 F

YR. 1 3 5 2 5 3 3 1 1 5 3 2 3 2 1 1 2 1

lakers BEST... Outside Threat:

HOMETOWN Almonte, Ont. Brockville , Ont. Whitehorse, YT Virden, Man. Midland, Ont. Kanata, Ont. Kinburn, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Kinburn, Ont. North Bay, Ont. Kanata, Ont. Toronto, Ont. North Bay, Ont. East Gwillimbury, Ont. Windsor, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

Defender:

Claire Abbott, Marla Corney

Mackenzie Bahm, Jamie Soffer, Nakissa Koomalsingh

Scoring Threat: Claire Abbott, Alexe Galipeau-Wilson, Sam Kordez

Rebounder:

Heidi Smith, Nakissa Koomalsingh

2016-17 schedule NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Windsor Sat. 12 Western Fri. 18 Ryerson Sat. 19 Toronto Fri. 25 Carleton Sat. 26 Ottawa DECEMBER Fri. 2 Waterloo Sat. 3 Laurier JANUARY Fri. 6 McMaster Sat. 7 Brock Fri. 13 Carleton Sat. 14 Ottawa Fri. 20 Laurentian Fri. 27 Queen’s Sat. 28 York FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Guelph Sat. 4 Lakehead Fri. 10 Laurentian Sat. 18 Algoma

Heidi Smith, Alexe Galipeau-Wilson

2015-16 Season Stats GP

Ball Handler: Ball Distributor:

Mackenzie Bahm, Alexe Galipeau-Wilson

NO. NAME

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MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

2 Shaelyn Poulin 6 10.2 2-13 15.4 1-11 9.1 1-2 50 0 5 5 4 5 0 0 1 4 Marla Corney 14 6.4 12-32 37.5 7-17 41.2 6-14 42.9 5 8 13 7 17 8 0 2.6 5 Claire Abbott 18 33.3 86-245 35.1 36-111 32.4 54-69 78.3 17 36 53 31 81 30 0 14.6 6 Heidi Smith 17 24.8 27-86 31.4 8-36 22.2 12-15 80 5 53 58 37 88 15 0 4.4 7 Rachel Jaworowicz 9 20.9 20-53 37.7 3-9 33.3 7-13 53.8 7 17 24 9 25 8 0 5.6 8 Jamie Soffer 18 28.1 49-135 36.3 0-5 0 24-40 60 32 67 99 27 52 23 4 6.8 9 Mackenzie Bahm 18 23.1 34-77 44.2 1-5 20 15-21 71.4 11 32 43 16 36 10 3 4.7 10 Samantha Rota 1 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 Alexandra Czich 6 15.7 11-35 31.4 0-0 - 5-8 62.5 14 9 23 8 16 2 2 4.5 12 Samantha Therrien - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 13 Maeve Therriault 19 12.8 21-62 33.9 9-22 40.9 7-12 58.3 7 22 29 6 27 3 3 3.1 14 Alexe Galipeau-Wilson 17 30.2 29-82 35.4 1-8 12.5 49-64 76.6 30 92 122 36 77 18 1 6.4 15 Emma Vanderlee - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 21 Devanee Dewey 12 9.2 6-13 46.2 0-0 - 0-0 - 10 11 21 2 9 3 3 1 22 Samantha Kordez - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 23 Kelly Dunk 7 10.4 0-11 0 0-0 - 8-11 72.7 8 11 19 2 7 7 0 1.1 24 Michaela Branker 19 18.2 26-87 29.9 8-29 27.6 18-25 72 15 13 28 17 31 14 1 4.1 25 Taylor Rae Cote 3 4 0-4 0 0-0 - 2-4 50 3 2 5 1 3 2 0 0.7

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Men’s season preview

The Gee-Gees have reloaded for another run at the Wilson Cup, seeking to make a fifth-straight appearance at the OUA Final Four. Caleb Agada, the reigning OUA and U Sports Defensive Player of the Year enters his fifth season alongside fellow fifth-year starter and sharp-shooter Matt Plunkett. New faces in the starting lineup for Ottawa come at the point with Adam Presutti suiting up for his fifth year after four years with McMaster, and Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles down low after transferring from Carleton. Brody Maracle, who led the OUA in field goal percentage at 64.7 anchors the paint. Ottawa took home the OUA bronze medal and finished sixth at the U Sports Final 8 in 2016.

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Key Losses: Mike L’Africain, Nathan McCarthy, Vikas Gill, Medhi Tihani Key Returns: Caleb Agada, Brody Maracle, Matt Plunkett, Brandon Robinson Key Recruits: Adam Presutti, Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles, Gage Sabean

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woMen’s season preview

Ottawa hosted the Critelli Cup Final Four in 2016 after finishing first overall with a 17-2 regular season record. After taking the silver medal, the team made its third appearance since 2012 at the U Sports Final 8. Now in his ninth season as head coach, Andy Sparks has the defensive core of his team returning after holding opponents to 56.6 points per game last season (2nd in OUA). Fifth-year point guard Julia Soriano will need another strong season to pull Ottawa through after losing the top two offensive performers from 201516. Sarah Besselink has shown signs of a breakout season, posting several twenty-point games in preseason play. Melina Wishart returns to the garnet and grey for her fifth campaign while persuing her education degree – she last dressed in the 2009-10 season.

“There are lots of positives with this group. They buy in to what we’re trying to do and they have great heart. They’re going to develop a lot.” – Andy Sparks, Head Coach Key Losses: Kellie Ring, Catherine Traer, Krista Van Slingerland Key Returns: Julia Soriano, Katherine Lemoine, Sarah Besselink Key Recruits: Genevieve Guay, Amelie Hachey, Melina Wishart


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 1 3 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 15 22 24

NAME Ryan Basso Calvin Epistola

HT. POS. 6-2 G 5-10 G Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles 6-8 F Caleb Agada 6-4 G Mackenzie Morrison 6-6 F Matt Plunkett 6-6 F Brandon Robinson 6-5 G Malick Turenne 6-5 G Gage Sabean 6-5 G Andrew DeGroot 6-7 F Brody Maracle 6-7 F Matt Karnik 6-7 F Adam Presutti 6-2 G Tannor Steudle 6-3 F

YR. 1 2 4 5 3 5 3 2 1 3 4 1 5 1

GEE-GEES BEST...

MAJOR Human Kinetics Linguistics Economics Economics Bachelor of Commerce Criminology Social Sciences Biology Accounting Bachelor of Arts Social Sciences Financial Math and Economics Bachelor of Arts Environmental Sciences

HOMETOWN Timmins, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Barrie, Ont. Barrie, Ont. Montreal, Que. Ottawa, Ont. Port Williams, N.S. Aurora, Ont. Napanee, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Thunder Bay, Ont.

Defender:

Outside Threat:

Caleb Agada, Brandon Robinson

Matt Plunkett, Adam Presutti

Ball Handler:

Scoring Threat: Caleb Agada, Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles

Adam Presutti, Caleb Agada

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Caleb Agada, Brody Maracle

Adam Presutti, Calvin Epistola

2015-16 Season Stats

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 19 Algoma Fri. 25 Laurentian Sat. 26 Nipissing DECEMBER Fri. 2 McMaster Sat. 3 Brock JANUARY Fri. 6 Waterloo Sat. 7 Laurier Fri. 13 Laurentian Sat. 14 Nipissing Tue. 17 Carleton Fri. 20 Lakehead Sat. 21 Guelph Fri. 27 Western Sat. 28 Windsor FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Carleton Fri. 10 York Sat. 11 Queen’s Fri. 17 Toronto Sat. 18 Ryerson

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

1 Vikas Gill 3 Calvin Epistola 5 Mehdi Tihani 6 Caleb Agada 7 Mackenzie Morrison 9 Matt Plunkett 10 Brandon Robinson 11 Mike L’Africain 12 Andrew DeGroot 13 Nathan McCarthy 14 Malick Turenne 15 Brody Maracle 22 Noel Jones 31 Zach Traer

19 19 19 14 15 18 19 19 7 19 14 16 13 3

20.7 46-116 39.7 24-77 31.2 13-18 72.2 20 41 61 27 18 12 4 6.8 7.7 12-36 33.3 5-25 20 6-12 50 2 15 17 13 16 12 0 1.8 23.8 38-93 40.9 21-63 33.3 18-28 64.3 15 45 60 43 21 27 7 6.1 27.1 80-153 52.3 18-47 38.3 43-67 64.2 27 94 121 55 36 38 7 15.8 16 21-45 46.7 9-25 36 10-13 76.9 17 41 58 4 10 5 3 4.1 20.9 56-111 50.5 39-89 43.8 9-10 90 18 61 79 20 16 21 9 8.9 19.6 36-115 31.3 21-75 28 34-41 82.9 8 37 45 13 20 18 7 6.7 31.4 135-283 47.7 51-122 41.8 67-78 85.9 10 59 69 101 57 36 3 20.4 4 2-7 28.6 0-1 0 2-7 28.6 4 4 8 0 1 1 1 0.9 20.3 86-142 60.6 0-1 0 40-61 65.6 30 78 108 14 25 3 39 11.2 3 2-5 40 1-4 25 0-4 0 2 2 4 1 5 1 0 0.4 17 60-93 64.5 0-0 - 33-51 64.7 24 50 74 15 23 9 4 9.6 5.6 14-21 66.7 0-0 - 5-6 83.3 3 9 12 1 7 0 8 2.5 7 2-4 50 2-3 66.7 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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Ottawa ees G ee G 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 21 22

NAME Julia Soriano Genevieve Guay Aliisa Heiskanen Melina Wishart Kellie Forand Danielle Marion Jullia Dostaler Ariane Lefebvre Amelie Hachey Jennifer Crowe Isabelle Dion Anne Wagar Katherine Lemoine Sarah Basselink Tessa Boyd Brooklynn McAlear

HT. 5-2 5-9 5-11 5-8 5-7 5-10 5-10 5-7 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-3 5-6

POS. YR. G 5 F 1 G 1 G 5 G 4 G 3 G 3 G 3 G 1 G 3 F 3 F 2 C 5 G 4 C 1 G 2

MAJOR Health Sciences Management Biomedical Science Bachelor of Education Communications et gestion Health Sciences Communications Health Sciences Accounting Electrical engineering Commerce Criminology Human Kinetics Human Kinetics History Human Relations and Spirituality

GEE-GEES BEST...

Defender:

Outside Threat:

Julia Soriano, Melina Wishart

Julia Soriano, Kellie Forand

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Sarah Besselink, Katherine Lemoine

Julia Soriano, Melina Wishart

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

2015-16 Season Stats GP

3 Julia Soriano 19 4 Emilie Lamarche 7 5 Jacynthe Gratton 4 6 Krista van Slingerland 13 7 Kellie Forand 16 8 Danielle Marion 1 9 Julia Dostaler 15 10 Ariane Lefebvre 8 11 Kellie Ring 17 12 Jennifer Crowe 19 13 Catherine Traer 14 14 Isabelle Dion 19 15 Anne Wagar 11 21 Katherine Lemoine 15 22 Sarah Besselink 18 88 Brooklynn McAlear 5 99 Aliisa Heiskanen 1

NOVEMBER Sat. 19 Algoma Fri. 25 Laurentian Sat. 26 Nipissing DECEMBER Fri. 2 McMaster Sat. 3 Brock JANUARY Fri. 6 Waterloo Sat. 7 Laurier Fri. 13 Laurentian Sat. 14 Nipissing Tue. 17 Carleton Fri. 20 Lakehead Sat. 21 Guelph Fri. 27 Western Sat. 28 Windsor FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Carleton Fri. 10 York Sat. 11 Queen’s Fri. 17 Toronto Sat. 18 Ryerson

Julia Soriano, Katherine Lemoine

Katherine Lemoine, Isabelle Dion

NO. NAME

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Toronto, Ont. Gatineau, Que. Thunder Bay, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Shawinigan, Que. Welland, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. North Bay, Ont. Drummondville, Que. St-Bruno, Que. St-Bruno, Que. Kingston, Ont. Cornwall, Ont. Kingston, Ont. Loughborough, UK Ottawa, Ont.

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

33.2 69-170 8.6 9-23 2.0 0-2 16.6 23-83 23.6 29-96 0 0-1 10.9 25-72 10.6 7-20 31.3 76-181 14.2 22-70 28.8 76-186 12.6 20-61 9.4 12-30 24.9 58-121 18.9 43-128 10.4 2-12 2.0 0-0

40.6 53-120 44.2 20-27 74.1 23 68 91 32 32 26 1 11.1 39.1 6-11 54.5 1-1 100 2 4 6 7 3 3 0 3.6 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 27.7 3-31 9.7 9-5 60 9 30 39 11 19 4 2 4.5 30.2 14-47 29.8 1-1 100 18 25 43 17 24 22 2 4.6 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34.7 4-26 15.4 6-10 60 7 15 22 7 9 11 2 4 35 5-12 41.7 7-10 70 7 1 8 5 5 5 0 3.3 42 6-22 27.3 38-52 73.1 34 95 129 73 47 21 3 11.5 31.4 2-8 25 17-31 54.8 19 32 51 17 24 13 3 3.3 40.9 19-60 31.7 53-69 76.8 28 40 68 29 31 25 25 16 32.8 2-6 33.3 8-18 44.4 33 31 64 13 24 7 0 2.6 40 0-0 - 17-22 77.3 13 15 28 4 11 3 0 3.7 47.9 0-0 - 26-46 56.5 47 47 94 21 25 11 5 9.5 33.6 20-59 33.9 24-29 82.8 14 35 49 20 27 8 2 7.2 16.7 0-3 0 0-2 0 1 7 8 4 10 5 0 0.8 - 0-0 - 1-2 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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Men’s season preview

After their best season in eight years, the Queen’s men’s basketball team is back on the hardwood when they hit the road to play the York Lions on November 11. The Gaels play their home opener the following week when they host Laurier on November 18. The Gaels are coming off their first winning season under head coach Stephan Barrie, which ended in a one point loss to a nationally ranked Ottawa team in the OUA Quarter-Finals. Headlining the Gaels returning players is OUA First Team All-Star Sukhpreet Singh, who was second in points per game and eighth in steals in the conference. Averaging 22.3 points, Singh accounted for almost 30% of Queen’s points during the 2015-16 season. Joining Singh on this year’s roster is fellow fifth-year Richard Iheadindu, a transfer from York. Iheadindu played from 2011-15 with the Lions, averaging 12.6 and 13.0 points per game in his last two seasons. Isse Ibrahim is the second transfer on the Gaels roster this year, moving to the OUA from the OCAA, where he averaged 10.2 and 13.4 points per game in two seasons with Canadore College. As Barrie enters his sixth year as the head coach at Queen’s, the players he recruited in his early years are starting to take shape. In addition to Singh, Tanner Graham, Jesse Graham, and Sammy Ayisi, who are entering their third year with the Gaels, are expected to play important roles. Tanner Graham was the top tricolour rebounder with 7.3 rebounds per game, and was second with 13.4 points per game.

“Having lost significant pieces from last year’s team, we will be looking to integrate several new key members to this year’s squad and will push this group to reach its potential by season’s end.” – Stephan Barrie, Head Coach Key Losses: Stroud, Mavety, Paclibar Key Returns: Sukhpreet Singh, Sammy Ayisi, Tanner Graham, Jesse Graham Key Recruits: Richard Iheadindu, Harry Range, Isse Ibrahim

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The Gaels women’s basketball team will look to make the OUA playoffs for the 20th consecutive season in 2016-17. Queen’s starts their regular season on the road at York on November 11 before returning to Kingston for their home opener on November 18 against Laurier.

Last year, the triocolour finished the regular season at 14-5, the fewest losses the team has had since the 2000-01 OUA Championship season, when the Gaels went 15-5. Coming back to the Queen’s lineup this year is Robyn Pearson, an OUA First Team AllStar last year and one of only three players in U Sports to average a double-double, with a nation-high 10.8 rebounds per game to go with 10.0 points per game. With a balance of seven first and second-year student-athletes and eight veterans on the roster, expectations are high for this year’s edition of the Gaels women’s basketball team. The leadership group of Pearson, Emily Hazlett, Andrea Priamo, and Abby Dixon are joined by Myriam Fontaine, a member of last year’s All-Rookie Team, and rookies Bridget Mulholland, Adriana Conti, and Emma Ritcey. Queen’s will also see the return of 2013-14 U Sports Tracy MacLeod Award winner Gemma Bullard for her final year of eligibility. Head coach Dave Wilson returns for his 35th season at the helm of the Gaels women’s basketball program. Last year was marked the 18th winning season for Wilson at Queen’s. Another great season from the tricolour could push Wilson to his 350th career win.

“We have assembled our deepest team in many years, with a great balance in perimeter and post play. We will look to use this depth to play an up-tempo and high pressure style of defence, while pushing the pace in transition, to wear down our opponents. It should provide for some very exciting games.” – Dave Wilson, Head Coach Key Loss: Jenny Wright Key Returns: Pearson, Hazlett, Priamo, Dixon Key Recruits: Bridget Mulholland, Emma Ritcey, Adriana Conti


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 23

NAME Isaiah Wilson Zac Smith Harry Range Isse Ibrahim Henry Van Herk Sukhpreet Singh Jesse Graham Russell Winters Vincent Wood Richard Iheadindu Tanner Graham Sammy Ayisi Martin Kulinich Ross Vrana-Godwin Landon Brickenden Mike Blumel Kris Rotterman Michael Ogoms

HT. POS. 6-2 G 6-3 G 6-5 F 6-3 G 6-8 F 6-2 G 6-6 F 6-6 F 6-3 G 6-3 G 6-7 F 5-10 G 6-5 F 6-10 F 6-4 G 6-5 F 5-11 G 6-3 G

YR. 1 1 1 3 1 5 3 3 2 5 3 3 2 3 1 2 1 1

GAELS BEST...

MAJOR HOMETOWN Arts and Science Scarborough, Ont. Arts and Science Toronto, Ont. Commerce Carp, Ont. Arts and Science Toronto, Ont. Computer Science Toronto, Ont. Political Studies Toronto, Ont. History Kingston, Ont. Classics Long Island, NY Physical and Health Education Toronto, Ont. Masters- Physiotherapy Brampton, Ont. Kinesiology Kingston, Ont. Political Studies Toronto, Ont. Commerce Vaughan, Ont. Electrical Engineering Caledon, Ont. Arts and Science Summerland, B.C. Commerce Waterloo, Ont. Arts and Science Burlington, Ont. Arts and Science Winnipeg, Man.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Tanner Graham, Richard Iheadindu

Mike Blumel, Russell Winters

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Sukh Singh, Tanner Graham

Isse Ibrahim, Sammy Ayisi

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Tanner Graham, Russell Winters

Isse Ibrahim, Sammy Ayisi

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

5 Mike Mullins - 6 Mike Shoveller 19 7 Sukhpreet Singh 19 8 Jesse Graham 19 9 Russell Winters 14 10 Vincent Wood 13 11 Patrick Street 7 12 Tanner Graham 17 13 Sammy Ayisi 19 14 Andrew Mavety 18 15 Ross Vrana-Godwin 6 20 Ryall Stroud 18 21 Mike Blumel 17 22 Mark Paclibar 19 23 Cameron McKinnon 2 \

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 York Sat. 12 Guelph Fri. 18 Laurier Sat. 19 Waterloo Fri. 25 Lakehead DECEMBER Sat. 3 Algoma JANUARY Fri. 6 Western Sat. 7 Windsor Fri. 13 Ryerson Sat. 14 Toronto Fri. 20 Brock Sat. 21 McMaster Fri. 27 Nipissing Sat. 28 Laurentian FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Ryerson Sat. 4 Toronto Fri. 10 Carleton Sat. 11 Ottawa Fri. 17 York

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

- 0-0 17.5 39-100 31.6 148-326 11.3 38-74 6.8 6-18 11.3 14-32 21.6 21-53 31.1 76-190 23.1 30-90 17.6 46-98 0 0-0 20.3 53-122 11.4 12-25 18.6 33-87 0 0-0

- 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 39 8-33 24.2 8-12 66.7 22 72 94 12 21 2 19 4.9 45.4 23-73 31.5 104-138 75.4 27 89 116 58 74 33 1 22.3 51.4 0-5 0 15-22 68.2 17 33 50 10 19 1 4 4.8 33.3 0-2 0 2-2 100 10 11 21 2 4 3 0 1 43.8 5-12 41.7 5-10 50 9 14 23 10 14 4 0 2.9 39.6 8-30 26.7 10-14 71.4 5 11 16 4 6 4 0 8.6 40 37-109 33.9 38-50 76 27 97 124 18 25 12 30 13.4 33.3 12-31 38.7 11-14 78.6 7 40 47 24 25 17 1 4.4 46.9 32-62 51.6 12-14 85.7 22 26 48 12 15 13 0 7.6 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43.4 0-0 - 57-86 66.3 31 51 82 16 17 7 5 9.1 48 2-7 28.6 15-29 51.7 7 20 27 1 13 2 0 2.4 37.9 10-40 25 23-27 85.2 6 42 48 35 37 15 0 5.2 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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s ’ Queen Gaels 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Megan Saftich Emily Hazlett Sarah Saftich Abby Dixon Emma Ritcey Katharina Holt Marianne Alarie Adriana Conti Myriam Fontaine Veronika Lavergne Andrea Priamo Robyn Pearson Bridget Mulholland Gemma Bullard Madeline Morris

HT. POS. 5-10 G 5-6 G 5-6 G 5-10 G 5-8 G 6-0 W 5-9 G 5-8 G 6-2 P 6-4 P 6-0 P 6-0 P 5-10 W 5-10 W 6-1 P

YR. 1 5 4 4 1 2 3 1 2 2 4 5 1 5 3

GAELS BEST...

MAJOR Mechanical & Materials Eng. Kinesiology Kinesiology Kinesiology Arts and Science Geological Engineering Life Sciences Commerce Life Sciences Arts and Science Nursing Science Marketing Kinesiology Masters-Civil Engineering Psychology

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Marianne Alarie, Sarah Saftich

Emily Hazlett, Abby Dixon

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Veronika Lavergne, Bridget Mulholland

Emily Hazlett, Emma Ritcey

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Robyn Pearson, Andrea Priamo

Emily Hazlett, Emma Ritcey

2015-16 Season Stats

PCT 3PT

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Markham, Ont. Fredericton, N.B. Markham, Ont. North Vancouver, B.C. Orillia, Ont. Tiny, Ont. Sudbury, Ont. Cornwall, Ont. Cornwall, Ont. Kingston, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Kingston, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Seeley’s Bay, Ont.

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 York Sat. 12 Guelph Fri. 18 Laurier Sat. 19 Waterloo Fri. 25 Lakehead DECEMBER Sat. 3 Algoma JANUARY Fri. 6 Western Sat. 7 Windsor Fri. 13 Ryerson Sat. 14 Toronto Fri. 20 Brock Sat. 21 McMaster Fri. 27 Nipissing Sat. 28 Laurentian FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Ryerson Sat. 4 Toronto Fri. 10 Carleton Sat. 11 Ottawa Fri. 17 York

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

4 Megan Saftich 5 Emily Hazlett 6 Sarah Saftich 7 Abby Dixon 8 Brittany Roberto 9 Katharina Holt 10 Marianne Alarie 11 Zoe Cotton 12 Myriam Fontaine 13 Nicole Morse 14 Andrea Priamo 15 Robyn Pearson 21 Jenny Wright 22 Lauryn Friesen 23 Maddie Morris

- 19 16 17 3 7 19 11 19 17 19 19 19 - 7

- 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 30.7 74-212 34.9 11-44 25 40-68 58.8 23 68 91 66 74 38 4 10.5 9.9 11-37 29.7 8-27 29.6 6-15 60 2 12 14 2 6 4 0 2.4 28.9 62-188 33 12-62 19.4 29-46 63 29 48 77 40 47 38 0 9.7 4.3 1-2 50 0-1 0 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0.7 7.9 3-23 13 2-18 11.1 1-4 25 2 4 6 1 6 0 0 1.3 20.8 61-174 35.1 22-71 31 23-39 59 17 45 62 18 28 20 3 8.8 3.4 3-6 50 0-0 - 1-2 50 5 10 15 0 2 0 3 0.6 13.3 21-53 39.6 2-7 28.6 10-20 50 19 31 50 11 13 3 4 2.8 11.2 9-22 40.9 0-0 - 8-12 66.7 13 27 40 4 8 5 1 1.5 23.9 52-129 40.3 0-1 0 47-69 68.1 47 79 126 13 45 14 11 7.9 24.6 83-178 46.6 0-1 0 24-34 70.6 73 133 206 18 23 24 14 10 31.8 92-261 35.2 26-81 32.1 24-39 61.5 37 84 121 36 39 30 13 12.3 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 14.4 8-21 38.1 0-4 0 0-0 - 10 15 25 2 7 1 4 2.3

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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Men’s season preview

Becoming an OUA champion is one thing; defending that title is another. The Ryerson Rams come into the 2016-17 season as the team to beat after winning the first Wilson Cup championship in team history last year. Though they have been a challenger for several years now, the goal has changed from chasing that elusive first title to repeating their success. Two of last year’s key pieces in Aaron Best and Kadeem Green have graduated from the program and signed professional contracts in Europe and Africa and the Rams will certainly miss their presence. The team is still in good hands, however, as Adika Peter-McNeilly, Ammanuel Diressa, and Juwon Grannum are all back and looking for another title. Though they cannot replace Best and Green, the Rams brought in plenty of new faces, several with university experience elsewhere, to help fill the void. Particularly, former Waterloo Warrior, OUA All-Rookie selection, and top-10 scorer in U Sports in 2014-15, Myles Charvis has joined the Rams backcourt along with Jovan Leamy who comes to the Rams from Williston State in the National Junior College circuit down south. Head coach Roy Rana also returns to the bench this year after taking last season away from the team for professional development. After his team accomplished the feat last year, Rana will be searching for his own “first title” this season.

“We are excited to continue building on our commitment to excellence every day with a new group. This will be another exciting season as we welcome another challenge to chase a championship.”

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Last year saw the Rams win the OUA Championship and Critelli Cup for the first time in team history before adding a U Sports Silver Medal at the national championship – the best finish ever for any Ryerson team. The 2015-16 season also marked the first U Sports Player of the Year award for the program and any female team at Ryerson when Keneca Pingue-Giles was named the top player in the country. Turn the calendar to 2016-17 and the roster will look pretty different after Pingue-Giles, Silvana Jez and Mariah Nunes have all graduated. It’s not all bad news for the Rams, though, as OUA All-Star Sofia Paska returns for her third season and will anchor the offence. Also returning for the Rams are starting point guard Cara Tiemens, third year forward Katherine Follis who will see increased minutes this season, along with guard Chloe Mago who was not on last year’s championship roster but was on the team when they won the OUA silver medal two seasons ago. Ryerson picked up a big-name transfer as former Ottawa Gee-Gee Kellie Ring will suit up in the Blue & Gold as she pursues a Master’s degree and uses her fifth year of eligbility with the Rams. Also joining the Rams this year are two forwards standing at 6-2 in Emma Fraser and Bronwyn Williams.

The Ryerson Rams are coming off their most historic season in team history and although several key names from last year’s squad are now missing, the coaching staff is confident they will be a contender once again.

“We lost many key contributors from last year’s team, but despite that, we feel we have great experience coming off last season and look to use that experience to help players emerge into new roles and be a tough team to compete with again this season.” – Carly Clarke, Head Coach Key Losses: Keneca Pingue-Giles, Mariah Nunes, Silvana Jez Key Returns: Sofia Paska, Cara Tiemens, Katherine Follis, Chloe Mago Key Recruits: Kellie Ring, Emma Fraser, Bronwyn Williams


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Warsame Mohamed Ammanuel Diressa Jamal Jabril Roshane Roberts Chase Vassell Adam Voll Filip Vujadinovic Thedrose Demeke Brandon Bilbija Keevon Small Myles Charvis Adika Peter-McNeilly Juwon Grannum Jovan Leamy Shiv Padam

HT. POS. 6-8 F 6-5 G 6-5 F 6-0 G 6-3 G 6-7 F 6-7 F 6-3 G 6-10 F 6-6 F 6-0 G 6-3 G 6-6 F 6-4 G 6-0 G

YR. 1 4 1 3 2 4 3 2 2 1 3 5 5 3 1

RAMS BEST...

MAJOR Geographic Analysis Business Management Public Health Geographic Analysis Arts & Contemporary Studies Nutrition & Food Business Management Geographic Analysis Geographic Analysis Arts & Contemporary Studies Business Management Sociology Business Management Business Management Business Management

HOMETOWN Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Vaughan, Ont. Pickering, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Montreal, Que. Mississauga, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Brampton, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Adika Peter-McNeilly, Ammanuel Diressa

Keevon Small, Myles Charvis

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Ammanuel Diressa, Adika Peter-McNeilly

Myles Charvis, Adika Peter-McNeilly

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Adam Voll, Juwon Grannum

Myles Charvis, Ammanuel Diressa

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

3 Andy Agyepong 16 4 Ammanuel Diressa 18 5 JP Kambola 2 6 Roshane Roberts 18 8 Jean-Victor Mukama 13 9 Adam Voll 11 10 Filip Vujadinovic 19 11 Theodrose Demeke 11 12 Aaron Best 16 14 Jupvir Atwal 10 15 Kadeem Green 14 21 Adika Peter-McNeilly 19 22 Juwon Grannum 17 23 Derrick Allahyarian 12

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

7.4 12-41 29.3 1-16 25.2 92-191 48.2 34-90 14.5 2-5 40 1-2 25.4 67-169 39.6 27-69 22.5 40-82 48.8 19-50 16.1 17-49 34.7 2-11 17.7 52-115 45.2 16-55 4.1 5-16 31.3 4-9 30.3 100-197 50.8 37-85 4.3 4-14 28.6 2-10 20.7 62-137 45.3 3-11 31.1 101-236 42.8 37-95 20.9 44-99 44.4 14-38 10 10-38 26.3 8-32

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Laurier Fri. 11 Toronto Fri. 18 Nipissing Sat. 19 Laurentian Fri. 25 Algoma Wed. 30 Western DECEMBER Sat. 3 Windsor JANUARY Fri. 6 Lakehead Sat. 7 Guelph Fri. 13 Queen’s Sat. 14 York Sat. 21 Waterloo Wed. 25 McMaster Fri. 27 Brock FEBRUARY Wed. 1 York Fri. 3 Queen’s Fri. 10 Toronto Fri. 17 Carleton Sat. 18 Ottawa

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

6.3 11-11 100 4 13 17 13 37.8 50-66 75.8 18 78 96 53 50 1-2 50 1 5 6 1 39.1 27-37 73 10 50 60 41 38 18-29 62.1 14 50 64 13 18.2 12-19 63.2 18 20 38 5 29.1 19-27 70.4 16 77 93 19 44.4 5-5 100 3 3 6 1 43.5 47-57 82.5 32 86 118 29 20 2-2 100 1 1 2 2 27.3 24-38 63.2 37 60 97 8 38.9 47-51 92.2 29 76 105 83 36.8 10-14 71.4 36 49 85 14 25 2-4 50 6 11 17 2

14 9 1 2.3 34 16 3 14.9 3 1 3 3 29 26 1 10.4 27 14 6 9 8 3 11 4.4 30 19 12 7.3 8 5 1 1.7 39 12 6 17.8 3 2 1 1.2 12 10 28 10.8 27 37 6 15.1 15 12 9 6.6 5 1 0 2.5

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Ryerson Rams 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 24 25

NAME Faatimah A Devenae Bryce Cara Tiemens Devisha Binns Sofia Paska C’airah Gabriel-Robinson Bronwyn Williams Savanna Hamilton Kellie Ring Jaime Hills Nicole DiDomenico Katherine Follis Tashana McDonald Sarah Ghali Chloe Mago Emma Fraser

HT. POS. 5-4 G 5-9 G 5-10 G 5-8 G 6-4 F 5-11 G 6-2 F 6-1 F 5-9 G 5-9 G 5-9 G 6-2 F 6-0 F 5-11 F 5-7 G 6-2 F

YR. 5 5 3 1 3 5 1 3 5 4 4 3 3 1 4 1

RAMS BEST...

MAJOR Psychology Info. Systems Management English Undeclared Arts Early Childhood Studies Nursing Early Childhood Studies RTA: Sport Media Masters Digital Media RTA: Sport Media Early Childhood Studies RTA: Sport Media Fashion Design International Economics & Finance Early Childhood Studies Professional Communication

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Newmarket, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Etobicoke, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. North Vancouver, B.C. Niagara Falls, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Whitby, Ont. Calgary, Alta. Scarborough, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Nicole DiDomenico, Jaime Hills

C’airah Gabriel-Robinson, Cara Tiemens

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Sofia Paska, Kellie Ring

Kellie Ring, Chloe Mago

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Sofia Paska, Katherine Follis

Kellie Ring, Chloe Mago

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

3 Faatimah A 1 5 Cara Tiemens 16 6 McKenzie Sigurdson 18 7 Keneca Pingue-Giles 19 8 Sofia Paska 19 9 C’airah Gabriel-Robinson 19 11 Savanna Hamilton 14 12 Mariah Nunes 19 13 Jaime Hills 17 14 Nicole DiDomenico 14 15 Katherine Follis 19 21 Tashana McDonald 10 22 Sarah Ghali -

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Laurier Fri. 11 Toronto Fri. 18 Nipissing Sat. 19 Laurentian Fri. 25 Algoma Wed. 30 Western DECEMBER Sat. 3 Windsor JANUARY Fri. 6 Lakehead Sat. 7 Guelph Fri. 13 Queen’s Sat. 14 York Sat. 21 Waterloo Wed. 25 McMaster Fri. 27 Brock FEBRUARY Wed. 1 York Fri. 3 Queen’s Fri. 10 Toronto Fri. 17 Carleton Sat. 18 Ottawa

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

8 2-3 66.7 0-0 - 1-2 50 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 5 23.5 27-74 36.5 15-45 33.3 21-28 75 6 32 38 19 31 22 2 5.6 19.1 24-71 33.8 0-9 0 12-15 80 5 26 31 34 23 12 1 3.3 29.5 129-278 46.4 21-79 26.6 55-77 71.4 43 87 130 77 45 79 3 17.6 28.1 102-196 52 1-2 50 83-104 79.8 86 95 181 17 27 11 18 15.2 15.3 25-61 41 0-5 0 15-16 93.8 17 27 44 10 32 10 2 3.4 9.2 9-24 37.5 0-0 - 4-9 44.4 13 30 43 4 6 3 5 1.6 24.5 99-233 42.5 9-42 21.4 39-65 60 22 57 79 61 58 45 8 12.9 10.2 14-57 24.6 7-40 17.5 1-1 100 5 25 30 9 14 5 1 2.1 7.7 17-44 38.6 6-22 27.3 6-10 60 4 10 14 8 6 2 2 3.3 17.7 37-84 44 0-0 - 21-37 56.8 40 40 80 6 20 6 13 5 4.5 5-7 71.4 0-0 - 2-9 22.2 9 4 13 0 1 0 0 1.2 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - -

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Men’s season preview

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s basketball team is back and ready to challenge the league’s best in 2016-17. Toronto returns a veteran group of starters and has added some great talent to its roster this season. Back to lead the offensive charge is two-time OUA all-star Devin Johnson. In 2015-16, the fifthyear forward from Ajax, Ont., ranked second in the OUA, averaging 22.4 points per game and was seventh in the conference with 7.5 rebounds per game. Sage Usher returns for his third season as the Blues starting point guard. The Toronto native ranked fifth in the province with 84 assists in 19 games last year. The Blues add NCAA transfer Reilly Reid to their roster this season. Reid, a 6-foot-3 guard from Mississauga, Ont., played three seasons at Assumption College and has shone for U of T so far in the preseason.

“The players returning from last year’s team have something to prove, they’ve been working hard all summer and I think based on our results in the summer we are poised to show some improvement. We’re really looking to become a more consistent defensive team this year, that’s been something that has grown for us over the summer and I think having played against NCAA Division 1 programs challenges you at a higher level to perform and our guys responded well.” – John Campbell, Head Coach Key Losses: None Key Returns: Devin Johnson, Manny Sahota, Sage Usher Key Recruits: Reilly Reid

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woMen’s season preview

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s basketball team is ready to make moves in 2016-17. With a balanced group, the Blues are confident they can make a push deep into the post season and earn a berth into the Final Four come March. Toronto returns a solid veteran corps with 2015-16 OUA all-star Rahshida Atkinson leading the way. Atkinson topped the Blues and ranked seventh in the province averaging 15.6 points per game last year. Keyira Parkes, a second-year guard from Scarborough, Ont., has had a breakout pre-season after earning OUA all-rookie team honours last season. U of T is bolstered by fourth and fifth-year veterans Alanna Garner, Diedre Edwards and Emily Piccini, while sophomore Charlotte Collyer looks to step into a starter’s role in 2016-17.

“We’re looking at coming down and scoring a little quicker than we did last year and that all starts with our defensive intensity. We have some guards and forwards who can really get up there and pressure. Our ability to pick up in the full court and cause problems for our opponents will assist us in forcing the other team to turn the ball over while setting us up with easy opportunities to score in transition and we think we have the personnel to do that this year.” – Michèle Bélanger, Head Coach Key Losses: Abena Addo Key Returns: Rahshida Atkinson, Keyira Parkes, Diedre Edwards Key Recruits: Charlotte Craig, Nada Radonjic


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 15 21 22 23 R/S R/S

NAME Seun Olutogun Reilly Reid Sage Usher Devin Johnson Dillon Rejman Manny Sahota Nicholas Morris Christopher Barrett Chase Ruttenberg Kelan McConnell Kwasi Oti-Awere Daniel Johansson Nikola Paradina Devante Brown Jawara Pedican Wilson Torres

HT. POS. 6-2 G 6-3 G 6-3 G 6-5 F 6-3 G 6-5 F 6-9 F 5-11 G 6-5 G 6-5 F 6-6 F 6-7 F 6-5 G 6-2 F 6-1 G 6-2 G

YR. 3 4 3 5 1 5 2 2 4 3 4 2 2 1 3 2

blues BEST...

MAJOR Chemical Engineering Mathematical Applications Human Geography Political Science Finance/Economics Environmental Studies Political Science/Philosophy Kinesiology English Science Economics Political Science Arts & Science Kinesiology Kinesiology Philosophy

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Reilly Reid, Manny Sahota

Kwasi Oti-Awere, Reilly Reid

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Devin Johnson, Reilly Reid

Sage Usher, Christopher Barrett

Rebounder:

Sage Usher, Christopher Barrett

2015-16 Season Stats GP

3 Oluwaseun Olutogun 6 4 Devon Williams 18 5 Sage Usher 19 6 Devin Johnson 19 7 Kevin Fiabema - 8 Justin Boutilier - 9 Manny Sahota 19 10 Nicholas Morris 15 11 Christopher Barrett 14 12 Chase Ruttenberg 18 14 Wilson Torres 18 15 Kwasi Oti-Awere 18 21 Daniel Johansson 19 22 Nikola Paradina 13 23 Miroslavic Jaksic 14

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Waterloo Fri. 11 Ryerson Sat. 12 Brock Fri. 18 Laurentian Sat. 19 Nipissing Sat. 26 Algoma Wed. 30 Windsor DECEMBER Sat. 3 Western JANUARY Fri. 6 Guelph Sat. 7 Lakehead Fri. 13 York Sat. 14 Queen’s Sat. 21 Laurier Sat. 28 McMaster FEBRUARY Fri. 3 York Sat. 4 Queen’s Fri. 10 Ryerson Fri. 17 Ottawa Sat. 18 Carleton

Ball Distributor:

Manny Sahota, Kwasi Oti-Awere

NO. NAME

HOMETOWN Calgary, Alta. Mississauga, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Ajax, Ont. Barrington, Ill. Brampton, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Vaughan, Ont. North Vancouver, B.C. Toronto, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Sollentuna, Sweden Toronto, Ont. Oshawa, Ont. Vaughan, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

3 2-3 66.7 1-2 50 0-0 - 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0.8 27.6 77-190 40.5 43-117 36.8 19-27 70.4 6 46 52 42 45 16 1 12 29.2 43-118 36.4 19-53 35.8 33-39 84.6 7 50 57 84 48 29 6 7.3 30.8 141-333 42.3 31-95 32.6 113-139 81.3 45 97 142 27 56 27 4 22.4 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 25.7 53-145 36.6 29-85 34.1 17-30 56.7 26 62 88 14 29 14 13 8 4.1 7-11 63.6 0-0 - 0-4 0 3 15 18 1 6 2 2 0.9 12.4 8-27 29.6 2-16 12.5 4-6 66.7 7 10 17 11 12 9 0 1.6 9.7 17-45 37.8 8-22 36.4 9-11 81.8 11 29 40 7 4 6 2 2.8 14.8 35-81 43.2 3-11 27.3 20-25 80 18 36 54 8 24 5 2 5.2 16.5 19-44 43.2 0-0 - 9-14 64.3 21 56 77 15 18 5 8 2.6 21.6 57-152 37.5 1-4 25 20-28 71.4 38 44 82 11 22 3 4 7.1 4.8 3-23 13 2-19 10.5 3-6 50 1 5 6 0 1 0 0 0.8 11.9 46-96 47.9 3-12 25 16-28 57.1 18 29 47 1 17 2 5 7.9

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Toronto blues varsity 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 24 R/S

NAME Keyira Parkes Rahshida Atkinson Mahal De La Durantaye Danielle Voit Diedre Edwards Yanique Smith Maddy Baker Nada Radonjic Sarah Bennett Charlotte Craig Emily Piccini Maria Gill Charlotte Collyer Alanna Garner Connie Harris Jada Dunn

HT. POS. 5-1 G 5-9 G 5-8 G 5-10 F 5-7 G 5-7 G 5-6 G 6-0 F 5-11 F 6-0 F 5-10 F 6-1 F 6-0 F 5-8 F 6-2 F 5-10 F

YR. 2 4 2 1 4 2 3 1 2 1 4 3 2 5 2 1

blues BEST...

MAJOR Criminology/English Geography Neuroscience Kinesiology Kinesiology History Political Science Social Science Kinesiology Humanities Life Science Master’s of Teaching Human Biology/Life Science Kinesiology Kinesiology Neuroscience/Animal Physiology

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Rahshida Atkinson, Keyira Parkes

Diedre Edwards, Keyira Parkes

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Rahshida Atkinson, Diedre Edwards

Keyira Parkes, Diedre Edwards

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Diedre Edwards, Charlotte Collyer

Keyira Parkes, Diedre Edwards

2015-16 Season Stats

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Scarborough, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Brampton, Ont. West Vancouver, B.C. Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Halifax, N.S. Dundas, Ont. Holland Landing, Ont. Colleyville, Texas London, Ont. Markham, Ont. Ajax, Ont.

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Waterloo Fri. 11 Ryerson Sat. 12 Brock Fri. 18 Laurentian Sat. 19 Nipissing Sat. 26 Algoma Wed. 30 Windsor DECEMBER Sat. 3 Western JANUARY Fri. 6 Guelph Sat. 7 Lakehead Fri. 13 York Sat. 14 Queen’s Sat. 21 Laurier Sat. 28 McMaster FEBRUARY Fri. 3 York Sat. 4 Queen’s Fri. 10 Ryerson Fri. 17 Ottawa Sat. 18 Carleton

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12 19 10 - 19 12 17 16 17 11 12 2 19 18 3

20.2 43-118 27.6 110-291 18.9 16-48 - 0-0 28.9 50-141 10.6 10-36 14 13-56 20.9 43-138 15.8 26-65 10.5 9-34 22 37-101 5 1-5 13.6 37-82 26.6 62-178 6.3 2-7

36.4 13-60 21.7 7-18 38.9 6 23 29 13 28 13 2 8.8 37.8 32-90 35.6 44-63 69.8 26 39 65 35 50 39 1 15.6 33.3 0-3 0 10-20 50 14 19 33 4 13 12 0 4.2 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 35.5 0-6 0 68-132 51.5 38 65 103 60 67 42 0 8.8 27.8 2-7 28.6 6-9 66.7 8 19 27 4 10 5 1 2.3 23.2 6-35 17.1 8-12 66.7 8 16 24 15 24 8 2 2.4 31.2 4-25 16 37-48 77.1 61 40 101 14 31 28 0 7.9 40 6-18 33.3 15-23 65.2 20 47 67 11 18 4 2 4.3 26.5 2-15 13.3 1-5 20 5 13 18 6 12 4 3 1.9 36.6 6-23 26.1 20-30 66.7 12 33 45 9 33 13 1 8.3 20 0-4 0 0-0 - 1 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 45.1 4-14 28.6 5-13 38.5 20 43 63 11 19 9 5 4.4 34.8 11-50 22 31-49 63.3 42 67 109 15 31 14 5 9.2 28.6 0-0 - 0-0 - 2 2 4 0 5 1 0 1.3

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


Men’s season preview

Led by three fifth year players (Jon Ravenhorst, Ben Davis, Mike Pereira) and several new recruits (8 in total: Simon Petrov, Nedim Hodzic, Justin Hardy, Korbil Gany, Divi Ramon Prados, Fadi Elgadi, Jesse Figueiredo & Ryan Trottier), the Warriors are looking to improve on last season, the first for new head coach Justin Gunter, and push for a playoff spot in the always competitive OUA. Several of the new recruits will be counted on to log major minutes early in their career, as Simon Petrov will take over the point guard position and assume the mantle from day one. Nedim Hodzic will see major minutes up front and will be counted on to provide scoring, rebounding and toughness to the Warrior lineup. Guards Justin Hardy and Korbil Gany will also be in the rotation and will be asked to provide solid defence and decision making. If the Warriors are to return to the playoffs for the first time since the 2012-13 season, they will need the three fifth year captains to the lead the way. Ravenhorst, Davis and Pereira have the experience and are now surrounded by a young and talented supporting cast.

“We have brought in several new pieces to the program, which is very exciting. We are working hard to gel as a team and the quicker we are able to gel and trust each other, the more successful we will be as a team.” – Justin Gunter, Head Coach Key Losses: None Key Returns: Jon Ravenhorst, Ben Davis, Mike Pereira Key Recruits: Nedim Hodzic, Simon Petrov, Justin Hardy, David Ramon Prados

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Waterloo Warriors woMen’s season preview

The 2016-17 edition of the Waterloo women’s basketball team is sure to surprise some across the OUA. The Warriors are a scrappy bunch with the ability to score in many different ways. The Warriors will be led by a group of veterans that are ready to make the next step and challenge for a post-season berth. Point Guard Emily Wilk (Oakville, Ont.) returns for her fourth year and will play a pivotal role if Waterloo’s offence hopes to get rolling. Last year Wilk finished with 11 points per game while averaging the most time played (32 mins/game) of all her teammates. The always feisty and very athletic Jenel Ulman (Hamilton, Ont.) returns for her final year of eligibility and will be called upon for big minutes in up-tempo games. Second year forward, Nicole Schlick (Prince George, Ont.) will also play big minutes after posting nine points per game last year while leading her teams in rebounds per game with 5.8. Kristen Osborne (Markham, Ont.) had a stellar year last year, leading the Warriors in points per game at 14.3 while also collecting the most 3-balls with 24. Osborne will be called on to once again lead the team offensively. Other players looking to post impactful minutes include second year point guard Ella Mahler (Hamilton, Ont.), third year post Hilary Ferguson (Cambridge, Ont.), fourth year forward Caitlin MacLeod (Mississauga, Ont.), third year guard Fran Smith (Thorold, Ont.), and if all goes well, a healthy Amy Jarvis of Burlington (who was an OUA all-rookie in 2015) will provide key offensive support. Joining the Warriors for their first seasons’ will be a pair of guards from out west, Claire Mitchell (Calgary, Alta.) and Aphia Ward (Beaumont, Alta.), both with the potential to see quality court time throughout the year. Mitchell is a hardworking, team-first style of point guard with all of the intangibles you would ever want in a teammate while Ward is a very accomplished shooter with some defensive upside to her game. Other rookies include, Sydney Wilson, a very athletically talented guard from Guelph; Guard Afifa Salad from Cambridge who has a solid all-around game; Forward Breanna Hudspeth of Burlington who is quick and agile in the paint, and guard Sofie Persson of Lomma, Sweden who has a very good basketball IQ and can make game changing plays. Key Losses: Swetha Kulandaivelan, Ally Vonk, Jacqui Rodrigues Key Returns: Emily Wilk, Jenel Ulman, Kristen Osborne, Nicole Schlick Key Recruits: Aphia Ward, Sydney Wilson, Afifa Salad


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 20 23 24 42 RS

NAME Jon Ravenhorst Simon Petrov Jesse Figueiredo Dylan Phillips Ben Davis Fadi Elgadi David Bajic Kristian Vande Kemp Korbil Gany Zachary Marchilidon Muhammad Anwar David Ramon Prados Mike Pereira Justin Hardy Ryan Trottier Nedim Hodzic Colin Connors

HT. POS. 6-2 G 6-3 PG 6-1 PG 6-1 G 6-3 F 6-6 F 6-5 F 6-6 F 6-2 PG 6-1 F 6-5 F 6-8 F 6-5 F 6-4 G 6-3 G 6-5 F 6-0 G

YR. 5 1 1 2 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 2 5 1 1 1 2

warriors BEST...

MAJOR Sociology & Legal Studies Accounting & Financial Mgmt. Recreation & Leisure Recreation & Business English Arts & Business Biochemistry Mechanical Engineering Biomedical Science Kinesiology Computer Science Systems Design Engineering Geography & Environment Math Chemical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Life Sciences

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Dylan Phillips, Jon Ravenhorst

Justin Hardy, Korbil Gany

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Mike Pereira, Jon Ravenhorst

Simon Petrov, Korbil Gany

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Mike Pereira, Zeshan Anwar

Simon Petrov, Ben Davis

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 20 24

Jon Ravenhorst Matthew Gray John Pagado Dylan Phillips Ben Davis

GP

MIN/G FG

20 34.5 14 7.6 16 13.1 20 32.5 20 26.7 Brandon Francis-Jean-Pierre 4 7.3 David Bajic 20 17.5 Kristian Vande Kemp 20 19.4 Bradd Smith 10 6.8 Zachary Marchildon 15 7.5 Muhammad Anwar 20 19.5 Ahmed Ismail 7 5.6 Mike Pereira 14 27.1 Nathan Boon 7 1.9

110-299 1-8 8-28 72-209 104-270 3-3 47-120 24-91 4-17 5-17 60-139 4-19 61-126 0-1

HOMETOWN Sarnia, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Innisfil, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Rockwood, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Midland, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Madrid, Spain Kitchener, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Chilliwack, B.C. Waterloo, Ont. St. John’s, NL.

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Toronto Fri. 18 York Sat. 19 Queen’s Wed. 23 Windsor Sat. 26 Western DECEMBER Fri. 2 Nipissing Sat. 3 Laurentian JANUARY Fri. 6 Ottawa Sat. 7 Carleton Fri. 13 Algoma Sat. 14 Algoma Wed. 18 Laurier Sat. 21 Ryerson Sat. 28 Laurier FEBRUARY Wed. 1 Brock Sat. 4 McMaster Wed. 8 Western Sat. 11 Windsor Fri. 17 Lakehead Sat. 18 Guelph

3:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 11:00 AM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

36.8 56-158 12.5 1-3 28.6 4-15 34.4 46-125 38.5 24-80 100 0-0 39.2 0-15 26.4 14-62 23.5 0-0 29.4 4-11 43.2 1-13 21.1 4-16 48.4 0-1 0 0-1

35.4 47-72 33.3 3-5 26.7 3-6 36.8 21-29 30 51-80 - 0-1 0 11-20 22.6 16-26 - 4-8 36.4 4-11 - 35-55 7.7 0-0 25 25-40 0 0-0

65.3 17 60 0 50 1 72.4 10 63.8 29 0 4 55 36 61.5 17 50 9 36.4 2 63.6 44 - 2 62.5 57 - 0

68 85 46 8 8 2 12 13 21 59 69 37 62 91 31 9 13 1 58 94 5 29 46 12 8 17 1 9 11 7 90 134 15 1 3 2 107 164 13 0 0 0

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Waterloo Warriors 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Claire Mitchell Fran Smith Sydney Wilson Nicole Schlick Afifa Salad Aphia Ward Jenel Ulman Emily Wilk Kristen Osborne Amy Jarvis Breanna Hudspeth Hilary Ferguson Ella Mahler Sofie Persson

HT. POS. 5-4 PG 5-7 G 5-7 G 6-2 P 5-8 G 5-10 G 5-7 G 5-8 PG 5-8 G 5-10 F 5-10 F 6-1 P 5-6 PG 5-7 G

YR. 1 3 1 3 1 1 5 4 4 2 1 3 2 1

warriors BEST...

MAJOR Rec & Sports Business Rec & Leisure Studies Rec & Sports Business Anthropology Kinesiology Rec & Sports Business Rec & Leisure Studies Kinesiology Psychology Arts Life Science Rec & Leisure Studies Psychology Environmental Studies

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Aphia Ward, Fran Smith

Jenel Ulman, Sydney Wilson

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Kristen Osborne, Emily Wilk

Emily Wilk, Ella Mahler

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Nicole Schlick, Hilary Ferguson

Emily Wilk, Ella Mahler

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

4 Elizabeth Holmes 20 5 Caitlin MacLeod 19 6 Swetha Kulandaivelan 4 7 Nicole Schlick 20 8 Fran Smith 10 9 Jenel Ulman 20 10 Ally Vonk - 11 Jacqui Rodrigues 12 12 Emily Wilk 20 13 Kristen Osborne 20 14 Amy Jarvis - 15 Julia Pavlik 17 21 Hilary Ferguson 20 22 Ella Mahler 20

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Calgary, Alb. Thorold, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Prince George, B.C. Cambridge, Ont. Beaumont, Alb. Hamilton, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Markham, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Cambridge, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Lomma, Sweden

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Toronto Fri. 18 York Sat. 19 Queen’s Wed. 23 Windsor Sat. 26 Western DECEMBER Fri. 2 Nipissing Sat. 3 Laurentian JANUARY Fri. 6 Ottawa Sat. 7 Carleton Fri. 13 Algoma Sat. 14 Algoma Wed. 18 Laurier Sat. 21 Ryerson Sat. 28 Laurier FEBRUARY Wed. 1 Brock Sat. 4 McMaster Wed. 8 Western Sat. 11 Windsor Fri. 17 Lakehead Sat. 18 Guelph

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

13 24-105 18 26-72 3.5 0-1 25.3 76-176 5.3 4-14 24.3 37-149 - 0-0 23.8 19-80 32 87-241 30.9 96-278 - 0-0 7.9 6-26 13.5 17-70 19.8 17-55

22.9 20-78 25.6 3-6 50 4 19 23 11 19 13 1 3.6 36.1 0-2 0 14-24 58.3 18 74 92 11 40 10 8 3.5 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 2 2 0 3 1 0 0 43.2 0-2 0 27-43 62.8 41 74 115 9 29 12 2 9 28.6 2-7 28.6 3-6 50 6 5 11 1 6 1 0 1.3 24.8 0-27 0 27-41 65.9 18 37 55 44 64 31 1 5.1 - 5-26 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 23.8 12-59 19.2 13-20 65 6 24 30 11 26 16 1 4.7 36.1 12-59 20.3 34-49 69.4 18 70 88 45 62 34 5 11 34.5 24-92 26.1 69-101 68.3 27 74 101 22 53 30 2 14.3 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 23.1 3-17 17.6 4-5 80 2 11 13 4 6 5 0 1.1 24.3 2-12 16.7 14-21 66.7 13 22 35 7 17 6 9 2.5 30.9 5-17 29.4 20-34 58.8 13 29 42 16 34 15 0 3

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Men’s season preview

After placing second in the OUA West Divison last season with an 1110 record, the Mustangs return with a revised roster for the 2016-17 season. The Mustangs roster consists of returning players and six new faces after the departure of five key athletes. Leading the returning corps is returning is Jedson Tavernier, a member of the OUA All-Rookie team in 2014-15, who recorded 5.6 points per game and started 11 games last season. Nikola Farkic can also be expected to continue making an impact after carving out a spot in the starting lineup in his introductory season. Cameron Morris makes his return to the court after taking a one-year break from the team, recording 4.4 points and 2.0 rebounds per game in the 2014-15 season. Among the new faces of this season are rookies Tyler Thomson, who was awarded the George Hillesheim award as a top basketball player with his previous Niagara Falls team, and Daniil Shesterinin who played a part in the Bishop Reding Royal’s championship position last season. With both fresh faces and experienced veterans on the roster, the 2016-17 season is expected to see a strong purple and white contingent throughout the season.

“We are a very young team who is growing each day. We are also making a transition to a different style of play offensively.”

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western mustangs woMen’s season preview

Western’s Brian Cheng will return to lead to Mustangs’ coaching staff for his sixth season as head coach and welcome four new players to the roster to help improve on last year’s 14-6 record. Mackenzie Puklicz will be returning to the floor for the purple and white and will be looking to replicate her offensive abilities again this season. Puklicz led the Mustangs in scoring last season and was third in U Sports in points per game, averaging 18.6.

Returning alongside the London native will be third-year guard Maddie Horst, who stood out as a sharpshooter last year, to place within the top five in U Sports in three-point efficiency. After leading the team in rebounding last year in her rookie season, Julia Curran will be back on the floor and looking for similar success. Coupled with their offensive weapons, coach Cheng will no doubt hope to maintain his team’s defensive mindset, as the Mustangs were second in U Sports in creating turnovers, averaging 11.3 steals per game. Western’s returning players will be joined by a group of promising recruits including Jade Codinera, Sarah Gellately, Megan Goar, and London product Sarah Coulthard, who will be joining the Mustangs from Saint Thomas Aquinas CSS. The Mustangs will be expecting another strong season, led by their experienced veterans and talented first-year class.

“We are mainly a young group with only one fifth year player on the roster. We look to work hard on both ends of the floor and play a team brand of basketball.” – Brian Cheng, Head Coach Key Losses: Caroline Wolynski, Jayme Muir, Sasha Samardzija, Mandy Cosentino Key Returns: Mackenzie Puklicz, Julia Curran, Meredith McLeod, Laura Graham Key Recruits: Jade Codinera, Megan Goar, Sarah Coulthard, Sara Gellately


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22

NAME Tyler Thomson Eric McDonald Alex Coote Jedson Tavernier Eriq Jenkins Dominic Clayton Luka Petkovic Cameron Morris Omar Shiddo Ian Smart Chris Fitzgerald Alex Otzyv Nikola Farkic Hadi Abuzgaya Daniil Shesterinin

HT. POS. 5-10 G 6-0 G 6-1 G 6-3 G 6-0 G 6-2 G 6-1 G 6-5 F 6-1 G 6-5 F 6-7 F 6-9 C 6-0 G 6-5 F 6-7 F

YR. 1 4 3 3 2 1 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 2 1

mustangs BEST...

MAJOR BMOS King’s College Engineering Kinesiology King’s College Kinesiology Social Science Business Social Science Social Science BMOS Social Science BMOS Social Science Health Sciences

HOMETOWN Niagara Falls, Ont. Camlachie , Ont. Vancouver, BC Midland, Ont. Windsor, Ont. White Rock, BC North Vancouver, BC London, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Chatham, Ont. Bible Hill, NS Mississauga, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Pickering, Ont. Etobicoke, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Alex Coote, Omar Shiddo

Nikola Farkic, Eriq Jenkins

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Eriq Jenkins, Cam Morris

Nikola Farkic, Tyler Thomson

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Alex Otzyv, Erig Jenkins

Nikola Farkic, Tyler Thomson

2015-16 Season Stats

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Guelph Fri. 11 Laurentian Sat. 12 Nipissing Fri. 18 Lakehead Wed. 23 Laurier Sat. 26 Waterloo Wed. 30 Ryerson DECEMBER Sat. 3 Toronto JANUARY Fri. 6 Queen’s Sat. 7 York Wed. 11 Windsor Sat. 14 Windsor Fri. 27 Ottawa Sat. 28 Carleton FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Algoma Sat. 4 Algoma Wed. 8 Waterloo Sat. 11 Laurier Wed. 15 Brock Sat. 18 McMaster

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

4 Elliot Dooley 5 Tom Filgiano 6 Alex Coote 7 Jedson Tavernier 8 Eric McDonald 9 Bronson Fridal 10 Peter Scholtes 12 Greg Morrow 13 Ian Smart 14 Chris Fitzgerald 15 Alex Otzyv 20 Nikola Farkic 22 Anthony Spiridis 23 Michael Simonetta

14 20 19 20 16 1 20 20 18 1 8 20 20 5

4.5 2-7 28.6 0-1 0 2-4 50 3 4 7 3 5 3 0 0.4 33.1 29-81 35.8 10-35 28.6 38-55 69.1 32 92 124 34 36 41 0 5.3 22.1 32-95 33.7 23-70 32.9 10-13 76.9 9 41 50 12 14 12 2 5.1 20.3 40-142 28.2 13-85 15.3 18-29 62.1 6 55 61 16 17 17 1 5.6 7.3 12-43 27.9 5-23 21.7 5-9 55.6 6 16 22 2 5 7 1 2.1 1 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29.7 109-226 48.2 16-54 29.6 39-61 63.9 35 77 112 22 36 18 2 13.7 35 189-362 52.2 9-31 29 93-130 71.5 38 104 142 47 65 30 3 24 12.4 9-36 25 1-15 6.7 5-11 45.5 3 28 31 13 20 3 3 1.3 1 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3 1-4 25 0-0 - 2-4 50 0 6 6 1 1 0 0 0.5 13.8 8-22 36.4 5-14 35.7 3-4 75 6 22 28 15 13 12 0 1.2 26.5 100-215 46.5 9-30 30 61-91 67 22 43 65 16 51 27 2 13.5 1.2 0-4 0 0-3 0 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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western mustangs 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 22 33

NAME Maddy Horst Jade Codinera Meredith McLeod Julia Curran Laura Graham Sarah Gellately Megan Goar Mackenzie Puklicz Sam Loucks Victoria Heine Alex Van Heeswyk Sonia Mijatovic Sarah Coulthard

HT. POS. 5-7 G 5-6 G 5-7 G 6-1 F 5-8 G 5-10 G 6-0 F 5-10 G 5-8 G 6-1 F 6-3 F 5-11 G 5-10 G

YR. 3 1 5 2 2 1 1 4 3 4 4 2 1

mustangs BEST...

MAJOR Arts and Humanities Engineering Nusing Brescia College Kinesiology Kinesiology Kinesiology King’s College Kinesiology Brescia College Brescia College Health Sciences Brescia College

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Baden, Ont. Ajax, Ont. Lindsay, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Sudbury, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. London, Ont. Barrie, Ont. London, Ont. Strathroy, Ont. Burlington, Ont. London, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Mackenzie Puklicz, Meredith McLeod

Laura Graham, Alex Van Heeswyk

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Mackenzie Puklicz, Julia Curran

Laura Graham, Jade Codinera

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Julia Curran, Victoria Heine

NOVEMBER Sat. 5 Guelph Fri. 11 Laurentian Sat. 12 Nipissing Fri. 18 Lakehead Wed. 23 Laurier Sat. 26 Waterloo Wed. 30 Ryerson DECEMBER Sat. 3 Toronto JANUARY Fri. 6 Queen’s Sat. 7 York Wed. 11 Windsor Sat. 14 Windsor Fri. 27 Ottawa Sat. 28 Carleton FEBRUARY Fri. 3 Algoma Sat. 4 Algoma Wed. 8 Waterloo Sat. 11 Laurier Wed. 15 Brock Sat. 18 McMaster

Meredith McLeod, Laura Graham

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 22 23 33

19 12 20 17 20 20 10 19 10 17 20 6 7 14

31.3 85-179 3.8 5-11 17.7 35-106 23.4 43-111 16.6 26-76 33.9 104-239 5.6 3-12 32.4 124-300 7.2 8-29 18.9 47-102 15.3 21-57 4.7 1-10 12.6 16-38 8.1 12-33

47.5 26-61 42.6 33-40 82.5 21 59 80 43 67 36 1 12.1 45.5 4-8 50 0-0 - 1 3 4 2 7 1 1 1.2 33 19-62 30.6 16-19 84.2 13 43 56 19 26 27 1 5.3 38.7 0-1 0 30-49 61.2 60 68 128 4 34 21 4 6.8 34.2 10-40 25 18-24 75 9 33 42 16 24 18 4 4 43.5 11-49 22.4 52-66 78.8 20 61 81 89 66 50 0 13.6 25 0-0 - 2-2 100 2 12 14 1 4 0 0 0.8 41.3 34-103 33 71-99 71.7 28 74 102 26 42 40 4 18.6 27.6 6-23 26.1 2-2 100 5 9 14 5 8 2 0 2.4 46.1 4-10 40 9-23 39.1 39 67 106 11 15 9 6 6.3 36.8 0-0 - 7-14 50 21 43 64 4 14 6 9 2.5 10 0-4 0 3-3 100 0 2 2 1 2 2 0 0.8 42.1 4-14 28.6 3-6 50 0 8 8 3 7 9 1 5.6 36.4 0-0 - 1-8 12.5 13 10 23 2 5 4 2 1.8

Maddy Horst Jayme Muir Meredith McLeod Julia Curran Laura Graham Caroline Wolynski Sasha Samardzija Mackenzie Puklicz Sam Loucks Victoria Heine Alex Van heeswyk Sonja Mijatovic Cassidy Crowe Mandy Consentino

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Quick F Men’s season preview Windsor will have a familiar face back behind the bench to start the 2016-17. Head coach Chris Oliver is back at the helm after taking a sabbatical for the 2015-16 season. The Blue & Gold are coming off a strong 2015-16 season that saw them capture their seventh OUA west division title in ten years and make their fourth consecutive appearance at the OUA Final Four. Windsor is aiming to stay atop the division standings and earn a berth to the national championships. Coach Oliver’s squad will be led by the duo of guard Mike Rocca and forward Tyler Persaud. Rocca and Persaud both played key roles in the Lancers’ success last year, and Coach Oliver will look to them for guidance and leadership with his young squad. The Lancer line-up will also feature a number of talented incoming recruits including local standout Anthony Zrvanar, Guelph’s Lukas Wood, and transfer Micqueel Martin from ASA College.

“We are excited for the challenges of the season and expect to compete for an opportunity to play into March.”

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woMen’s season preview The reigning OUA bronze medalist Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team will have all eyes on them for the 2016-17 season as they look to reclaim OUA gold. The Lancers enter the season having won six of the last eight OUA championships and have shown great promise throughout the pre-season as they return 95% of their roster from a year ago. OUA all-stars Emily Prevost, Cheyanne Roger, and Kaylee Anagnostopoulos all return for another year on the hardwood, and will be joined by starting senior guards Caitlyn Longmuir and Carly Steer. Vallee will have an ample supply of options off the bench as well with the return of guards Tyra Blizzard, Erica McFadden, and Jahnae Gyles, to name a few. Coach Vallée’s squad also features plenty of fresh faces as they welcome five new athletes to the roster. Highlighting the group are transfer forward and Michigan native Logan Sims, and Hamilton native Kayah Clarke.

“I am very excited about this season, we have built another team that has all the characteristics to win a championship. “ – Chantal Vallée, Head Coach Key Losses: Andrea Kiss Key Returns: Carly Steer, Caitlyn Longmuir, Emily Prevost, Cheyanne Roger Key Recruits: Kayah Clarke, Logan Sims


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22

NAME Vincenzo Caccavo Micqueel Martin Mitch Farrell Anthony Zrvnar Chris Poloniato Randy Oriakhi Mike Rocca Macaul Reiner Pim Hurkmans Mike Babic Oluwaseyi Akinlade Damian Persaud Lucas Orlita Lukas Wood Tyler Persaud Mondo Koko Luke Allin

HT. POS. YR. 5-11 G 2 6-1 G 3 6-3 G 3 6-7 F 1 6-1 G 1 6-4 F 2 5-11 G 4 6-4 G 1 6-9 F 2 6-8 F 4 6-8 F 5 6-2 G 2 6-5 G 2 6-5 F 1 6-6 F 3 6-1 G 1 6-7 G 3

LANCERS BEST...

MAJOR Business Administration Liberal Studies Human Kinetics Political Science Human Kinetics Criminology Toronto, Ont. Business Administration Business Administration Mechanical Engineering Communications Masters Computer Science Criminology General Arts Business Administration Sociology Criminology Liberal Studies

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Mike Rocca, Micqueel Martin

Mike Rocca, Randy Oriakhi

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Tyler Persaud, Mike Rocca

Mike Rocca, Miqueel Martin

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Mike Rocca, Randy Oriakhi

Tyler Persaud, Damian Persaud

2015-16 Season Stats

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HOMETOWN Foggia, Italy North York, Ont. Brechin, Ont. Belle River, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Sarnia, Ont. Amherstburg, Ont. Lake Orion, Mich. Burlington, Ont. Lagos, Nigeria Scarborough, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Toronto, Ont. London, Ont. Chatham, Ont.

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Nipissing Sat. 12 Laurentian Wed. 16 Guelph Sat. 19 Lakehead Wed. 23 Waterloo Sat. 26 Laurier Wed. 30 Toronto DECEMBER Sat. 3 Ryerson JANUARY Fri. 6 York Sat. 7 Queen’s Wed. 11 Western Sat. 14 Western Fri. 20 Algoma Sat. 21 Algoma Fri. 27 Carleton Sat. 28 Ottawa FEBRUARY Wed. 8 Laurier Sat. 11 Waterloo Wed. 15 McMaster Sat. 18 Brock

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MIN/G FG

4 Vincenzo Caccavo 5 Damian Persaud 6 Mitch Farrell 7 Nikolas Veigli 8 Kahame Msiska 9 Alex Campbell 10 Mike Rocca 11 Marko Kovac 12 Randy Oriakhi 13 Isiah Osborne 14 Pim Hurkmans 15 Micah Kirubel 20 Lucas Orlita 21 Tobi Ojajuni 22 Tyler Persaud 23 Mat West

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2 0-2 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 3.9 2-10 20 0-1 0 4-5 80 1 4 5 1 4 1 0 0.7 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 11.1 28-63 44.4 0-0 - 6-8 75 18 27 45 5 10 7 4 3.1 33 153-333 45.9 34-91 37.4 90-124 72.6 39 92 131 63 34 24 11 21.5 31.9 55-153 35.9 32-103 31.1 34-45 75.6 24 70 94 85 37 29 0 9.3 25.2 88-202 43.6 46-112 41.1 21-33 63.6 14 55 69 44 40 27 6 12.2 15.6 30-64 46.9 0-0 - 17-35 48.6 31 42 73 3 11 15 1 5.9 32.5 101-241 41.9 41-112 36.6 56-78 71.8 15 83 98 45 48 23 5 15 5.9 8-20 40 0-2 0 2-2 100 2 6 8 1 6 0 2 1.3 20 24-76 31.6 14-57 24.6 6-7 85.7 3 20 23 23 19 15 1 3.4 12.2 23-59 39 12-36 33.3 5-13 38.5 6 20 26 6 8 7 0 3.9 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 65-145 44.8 10-31 32.3 22-34 64.7 25 91 116 19 42 16 4 8.1 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - -

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Windsor Lancers 2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 23

NAME Erica McFadden Caitlyn Longmuir Avolyn Sharp Thomas Tyra Blizzard Alyssa Cerino Olivia Starling Jahnae Gyles Mildred (Coco) Okoko Chuot Angou Arianna Milani Cheyanne Roger Kaylee Anagnostopoulos Melissa Ellis Carly Steer Logan Sims Kayah Clarke Emily Prevost

HT. POS. 5-7 G 5-6 G 5-6 G 5-7 G 6-0 F 5-7 G 5-7 G 6-0 F 5-5 G 6-2 F 6-3 C 5-7 G 6-0 F 5-7 G 6’1 C 5-9 G 6-1 C

YR. 4 5 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 2 4 3 4 1 4

lancers BEST...

MAJOR Psychology Human Kinetics Developmental Psychology Human Kinetics Sociology Human Kinetics Criminology Social Work Psychology Psychology Human Kinetics Forensic Science Nursing Human Kinetics Business Administration Human Kinetics Human Kinetics

2016-17 schedule HOMETOWN Chatham, Ont. Kingsville, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Stoney Creek, Ont. Amherstburg, Ont. Mississuga, Ont. Windsor, Ont. London, Ont. Windsor, Ont. Etobicoke, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Sarnia, Ont. Windsor, Ont. Ypsilanti, MI Hamilton, Ont. Montreal, Que.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Caitlyn Longmuir, Carly Steer

Kayah Clarke, Kaylee Anagnostopoulos

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Cheyanne Roger, Kayah Clarke

Kaylee Anagnostopoulos, Tyra Blizzard

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Cheyanne Roger, Emily Prevost

Kaylee Anagnostopoulos, Tyra Blizzard

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

GP

4 Caitlyn Longmuir 20 5 Erica McFadden 7 6 Tyra Blizzard 20 7 Andrea Kiss 14 8 Alyssa Cerino 18 9 Jahnae Gyles 12 10 Chout Angou 15 11 Kashwanna Sampson 1 13 Cheyanne Roger 20 14 Kaylee Anagnostopoulos 19 15 Orian Amsalem 16 20 Carly Steer 20 21 Jaylin VandeBovenkamp 10 22 Chidera Ifearulundu - 23 Emily Prevost 20

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NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Nipissing Sat. 12 Laurentian Wed. 16 Guelph Sat. 19 Lakehead Wed. 23 Waterloo Sat. 26 Laurier Wed. 30 Toronto DECEMBER Sat. 3 Ryerson JANUARY Fri. 6 York Sat. 7 Queen’s Wed. 11 Western Sat. 14 Western Fri. 20 Algoma Sat. 21 Algoma Fri. 27 Carleton Sat. 28 Ottawa FEBRUARY Wed. 8 Laurier Sat. 11 Waterloo Wed. 15 McMaster Sat. 18 Brock

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

23.8 33-103 32 22-70 31.4 17-19 89.5 4 38 42 45 24 38 1 5.3 17.1 17-57 29.8 7-24 29.2 11-14 78.6 3 8 11 8 4 2 0 7.4 15.2 26-77 33.8 4-22 18.2 23-31 74.2 18 14 32 22 31 19 1 4 28.6 60-165 36.4 25-75 33.3 32-41 78 28 99 127 25 25 19 7 12.6 13.2 25-76 32.9 3-16 18.8 29-49 59.2 23 33 56 4 12 9 3 4.6 6.2 18-43 41.9 0-2 0 3-4 75 9 9 18 4 6 9 0 3.3 6.6 13-30 43.3 4-12 33.3 11-16 68.8 1 10 11 6 20 8 0 2.7 0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29.1 95-193 49.2 0-0 - 104-138 75.4 77 94 171 33 60 30 40 14.7 20.9 44-98 44.9 1-12 8.3 27-32 84.4 12 32 44 37 40 21 0 6.1 13.4 23-80 28.8 3-12 25 15-19 78.9 9 29 38 25 36 6 1 4 22.1 52-143 36.4 33-97 34 21-28 75 7 47 54 24 28 19 1 7.9 8.9 6-19 31.6 0-0 - 2-5 40 10 18 28 0 6 4 3 1.4 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 27.5 109-221 49.3 0-0 - 67-96 69.8 72 109 181 29 43 19 12 14.3

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Men’s season preview

It’s a new year for the York Lions as head coach Tom Oliveri made some significant changes to the roster in the off-season. This year’s squad is young but features many dynamic players that will make the Lions an exciting team to watch in 2016-17. The Lions finished in fourth place in the deep OUA East Division last year but enter this season hoping that this year’s combination of veteran talent and fresh new faces will improve the team’s fortunes on the court. The departure of many players over the summer has made room for some key young veterans to make their own mark on this team, and Oliveri will be counting on them to step up and fill the void. In the back court that responsibility will fall to Jayden Frederick, who is coming off a strong rookie season in which he averaged 6.3 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. He is just a sophomore but plays beyond his years and is poised for a breakout season. Up front it is Brandon Ramirez and Nana Adu-Poku who will lead the forwards. Like Frederick, Ramirez was a rookie last year and averaged 5.1 points and 3.1 rebounds per game while learning the speed of the game at the OUA level. The one year of experience under his belt will go a long way in helping him be even more comfortable on the court this year. Adu-Poku, meanwhile, has been with the Lions for three seasons and last year started seven games for the first time. The team will also get a boost from the return of fourth-year guard Nidun Chandrakumar, who returns this year after missing all of last season. Among the new faces in the line-up are a pair of guards who Oliveri believes can make an immediate impact on the OUA. Both Tobi Adelodun and Ammar Hassan are versatile athletes who can play multiple positions on the court, and they will get the chance right away to show the rest of the conference what they are capable of.

“We want to see our young players mature and grow. This is by far the closest knit group we’ve had in my time at York, and the attitude and culture is at an all-time high. They’ve shown improvement every day, and game-to-game we see the makings of a team that has the potential, as the season goes on, to get into the playoffs and win a round or two.” – Tom Oliveri, Head Coach Key Losses: Nathan Culbreath, Daniel Tulloch Key Returns: Nana Adu-Poku, Brandon Ramirez Key Recruits: Tobi Adelodun, Ammar Hassan, George Ivens

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woMen’s season preview

A full year with new head coach Erin McAleenan, and the unveiling of her first recruiting class, has given the York Lions women’s basketball team a renewed sense of optimism in 2016-17. McAleenan was hired last July and in just a short time made an immediate impact on the squad. While the standings didn’t reflect much of a change – the Lions finished at the bottom of the OUA East Division and missed out on the playoffs – the squad got better as the season went on and played many of the top teams tough down the stretch. The off-season brought her first new players, and their addition to the team as well as the return of some key veterans has the Lions looking for a rise in the division and a playoff berth. The squad returns each of its top five scorers and rebounders, all of whom will benefit significantly from a year playing in McAleenan’s system. Fifth-year guard Ishanaa Seupersadsingh is coming off a career year in which she led the Lions in scoring with 10.9 points per game while taking on a greater leadership role, and fifth-year forward Shauney Fischer was second in rebounds (5.2) and third in scoring (6.6 points) on the team. Sophomore Katrina Collins-Samuels, an OUA all-rookie team member last season, earned a spot in the starting line-up at the end of the year and finished second in team scoring with 8.2 points per game. She made tremendous strides in her first year and through the off-season and is poised to take another step in her second year. Among McAleenan’s first recruits are a pair that have already played themselves into starting spots. Guard Khara Keane returns home to suit up for York after one season at the University of Albany, while forward Megan MacLeod comes highly touted after plenty of success in high school and with her Niagara club team. The Lions have the talent to challenge for one of the 12 playoff spots up for grabs in the OUA and the players and coaching staff believe they can surprise a few teams along the way.

“We’ve talked a lot about playing fast, hard and together. We want to increase the tempo and get out and run. We are a much improved team from last year; hopefully we can surprise a few teams and see where the cards will fall. As long as we play the way we want to and look to try and control the tempo a bit more, I think we are in position to get one of the playoff spots.” – Erin McAleenan, Head Coach Key Losses: Jackie Koudys, Emma Thompson Key Returns: Katrina Collins-Samuels, Shauney Fischer, Ishanaa Seupersadsingh Key Recruits: Khara Keane, Megan MacLeod


2016-17 schedule

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Roster # 2 3 4 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 20 21 24

NAME Matthew Carating Hassan Adenola Yaw Antwi-Boasiako Gehrig Carlse Julio Vazquez Ammar Hassan Nidun Chandrakumar Jayden Frederick Tobi Adelodun Nana Adu-Poku Brandon Ramirez George Ivens Yonathan Ghebrekristos Michael Angenent Jake Houzer Janath Kumar Gianmarco Luciani Malik McDonald Stefano Spagnuolo Nate Williams

HT. POS. 6-2 G 6-4 G 6-3 G 6-1 G 6-1 G 6-5 G/F 6-5 G 6-5 G 6-3 G 6-7 F 6-5 F 6-10 F 6-5 F 6-8 F 6-4 F 6-2 G 6-5 F 6-2 G 6-3 G 6-9 F

YR. 1 1 1 2 3 1 4 2 1 3 2 2 3 3 1 1 3 1 1 1

lions BEST...

MAJOR Kinesiology & Health Science Law & Society Kinesiology & Health Science Biophysics Business & Society Kinesiology & Health Science Communications Studies Law & Society Administrative Studies Kinesiology & Health Science Geography Physics Liberal Arts & Prof. Studies Accounting Kinesiology & Health Science Schulich School of Business Administrative Studies Criminology Business Economics Sociology

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Hassan Adenola, Jayden Frederick

Tobi Adelodun, George Ivens

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Jayden Frederick

Jayden Frederick

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

George Ivens, Nana Adu-Poku

Jayden Frederick

2015-16 Season Stats

PCT 3PT

HOMETOWN Mississauga, Ont. Toronto, Ont. London, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Toronto, Ont. London, Ont. North York , Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Calgary, Alb. North York, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Liphook, England Toronto, Ont. Schomberg, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Vaughan, Ont. Maple, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Maple, Ont. Brampton, Ont.

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Queen’s Fri. 18 Waterloo Sat. 19 Laurier Sat. 26 Lakehead DECEMBER Fri. 2 Algoma Sat. 3 Guelph JANUARY Fri. 6 Windsor Sat. 7 Western Fri. 13 Toronto Sat. 14 Ryerson Fri. 20 McMaster Sat. 21 Brock Fri. 27 Laurentian Sat. 28 Nipissing FEBRUARY Wed. 1 Ryerson Fri. 3 Toronto Fri. 10 Ottawa Sat. 11 Carleton Fri. 17 Queen’s

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

2 Raheem Isaac 3 Shane Reader 4 Philip Gillen 5 Gene Spagnuolo 6 Gehrig Carlse 7 Julio Vazquez 8 Nathan Culbreath 9 Tristan Newman 10 Jayden Fredrick 11 Tommy Hobbs 12 Othneil Russell 13 Nana Adu-Poku 20 Brandon Ramirez 21 Jon Dulmage 23 Daniel Tulloch 24 Stefan Grujic 50 Jahvin Bridge

9 12 16 17 5 10 19 13 19 19 - 18 16 17 7 3 2

15.9 19-43 44.2 2-11 18.2 3-12 25 4 6 10 3 15 5 1 4.8 30.8 68-147 46.3 21-65 32.3 10-13 76.9 7 45 52 67 58 33 2 13.9 27.8 41-114 36 19-66 28.8 35-54 64.8 18 45 63 30 19 20 7 8.5 21.8 61-151 40.4 19-52 36.5 36-46 78.3 14 34 48 21 22 13 2 10.4 2.6 1-4 25 1-1 100 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.6 5.5 3-15 20 3-12 25 1-2 50 3 7 10 3 6 4 0 1 29.5 107-239 44.8 19-68 27.9 67-79 84.8 43 70 113 32 44 20 4 15.8 14.2 18-44 40.9 3-10 30 2-3 66.7 3 21 24 9 13 8 2 3.2 19.8 47-107 43.9 17-51 33.3 8-14 57.1 32 29 61 29 36 14 8 6.3 27.1 71-181 39.2 22-77 28.6 22-28 78.6 30 76 106 14 20 13 4 9.8 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 10.8 22-44 50 5-10 50 11-14 78.6 17 14 31 2 12 1 0 3.3 13.3 32-72 44.4 2-9 22.2 16-30 53.3 19 30 49 4 5 3 3 5.1 14 26-66 39.4 1-5 20 6-8 75 17 31 48 5 10 8 1 3.5 19.1 18-47 38.3 4-20 20 7-19 36.8 12 18 30 7 16 6 3 6.7 6.7 0-1 0 0-1 0 2-4 50 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 0.7 7.5 0-2 0 0-2 0 0-0 - 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK PPG

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York Lions 2016-17 schedule

2016-17 woMen’s Basketball Roster # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Haley Bowie Summer Sakaluk Jennica Klassen Khara Keane Ishanaa Seupersadsingh Katrina Collins-Samuels Nina Guzina Sandra Nagowska Anastasia Lovatsis Megan MacLeod Shauney Fischer Shianne Martin-McKoy Taylor McAlpine Taylor Ross

HT. POS. 5-6 PG 5-7 G 5-6 G 5-9 PG 5-8 G 5-6 G 5-8 G 5-8 PG 5-10 G 6-0 F 6-1 F 5-11 F 6-0 F 6-0 F

YR. 3 1 1 2 5 2 4 2 2 1 5 1 3 5

MAJOR Kinesiology & Health Science Children’s Studies Communications Studies Law & Society Kinesiology & Health Science Psychology Kinesiology & Health Science Education Business & Society Psychology Kinesiology & Health Science Psychology Kinesiology & Health Science Kinesiology & Health Science

HOMETOWN Ancaster, Ont. Brantford, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Markham, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Peterborough, Ont. Markham, Ont. Niagara Falls, Ont. Wallaceburg, Ont. Ajax, Ont. Huntsville, Ont. Cookstown, Ont.

lions BEST... Outside Threat:

Defender:

Nina Guzina, Summer Sakaluk

Khara Keane, Sandra Nagowska

Scoring Threat: Katrina Collins-Samuels, Ishanaa Seupersadsingh

Rebounder:

Ball Handler: Ishanaa Seupersadsingh

Ball Distributor:

Shauney Fischer, Taylor Ross

Khara Keane, Sandra Nagowska

2015-16 Season Stats NO. NAME

NOVEMBER Fri. 11 Queen’s Fri. 18 Waterloo Sat. 19 Laurier Sat. 26 Lakehead DECEMBER Fri. 2 Algoma Sat. 3 Guelph JANUARY Fri. 6 Windsor Sat. 7 Western Fri. 13 Toronto Sat. 14 Ryerson Fri. 20 McMaster Sat. 21 Brock Fri. 27 Laurentian Sat. 28 Nipissing FEBRUARY Wed. 1 Ryerson Fri. 3 Toronto Fri. 10 Ottawa Sat. 11 Carleton Fri. 17 Queen’s

GP

MIN/G FG

4 Haley Bowie 14 20.6 25-70 5 Jackie Koudys 15 21.5 31-100 6 Erin Sarapnickas - - 0-0 7 Erika Diloreto - - 0-0 8 Ishanaa Seupersadsingh 19 27.7 76-233 9 Katrina Collins-Samuels 19 20.6 46-139 10 Nina Guzina 19 20.5 44-136 11 Sandra Nagowska 19 19.7 41-127 12 Sijia Liu 7 2.7 1-4 13 Jennah Rampersaud 8 4.5 2-10 14 Anastasia Lovatsis 14 3.1 5-16 15 Shauney Fischer 19 20.2 49-116 21 Emma Thompson 18 18.4 31-94 22 Taylor McAlpine 19 19.9 37-84 23 Taylor Ross 14 15.9 16-44

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST STL BLK PPG

35.7 11-26 42.3 12-19 63.2 3 18 21 20 18 0 5.2 31 12-46 26.1 13-20 65 11 15 26 9 5 0 5.8 - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - - 0-0 - 0-0 - - - - - - - 32.6 6-54 11.1 50-62 80.6 16 60 76 30 38 7 10.9 33.1 6-28 21.4 57-77 74 19 42 61 24 21 2 8.2 32.4 29-92 31.5 5-8 62.5 7 15 22 8 5 0 6.4 32.3 4-14 28.6 38-60 63.3 33 66 99 32 26 1 6.5 25 0-1 0 1-2 50 2 1 3 0 1 0 0.4 20 0-1 0 3-3 100 0 2 2 0 0 0 0.9 31.3 0-3 0 0-1 0 2 4 6 1 3 1 0.7 42.2 0-1 0 27-44 61.4 44 57 101 14 12 4 6.6 33 5-37 13.5 8-12 66.7 17 54 71 9 12 10 4.2 44 2-7 28.6 20-38 52.6 26 55 81 10 11 11 5.1 36.4 0-3 0 10-27 37 29 51 80 2 4 14 3

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Men’s 2015-16 standings CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM GP W L PF McMaster 19 14 5 1606 Brock 19 13 6 1474 Lakehead 19 10 9 1346 Guelph 19 9 10 1460

PA PTS 1378 28 1389 26 1420 20 1502 18

EAST DIVISION TEAM Ryerson Queen’s Toronto York

PA PTS 1402 34 1477 22 1526 10 1346 4

GP W L PF 19 17 2 1696 19 11 8 1469 19 5 14 1421 19 2 17 1169

NORTH DIVISION TEAM Ottawa Carleton Laurentian Nipissing

GP W L PF 19 17 2 1650 19 16 3 1641 19 6 13 1243 19 4 15 1128

PA PTS 1264 34 1153 32 1455 12 1412 8

WEST DIVISION TEAM Windsor Western Laurier Algoma Waterloo

GP W L PF 20 14 6 1606 20 11 9 1429 20 9 11 1510 20 5 15 1312 20 1 19 1380

PA PTS 1577 28 1397 22 1602 18 1493 10 1747 2

Men’s 2015-16 playoffs Presented by Investors Group

OUA Preliminary Round (9) Lakehead 60 @ (8) Western 58 (12) Laurentian 73 @ (5) Windsor 82 (11) Laurier 80 @ (6) Brock 98 (10) Toronto 70 @ (7) Queens 87 OUA Quarter-Finals Windsor 79 @ McMaster 78 Lakehead 71 @ Ryerson 93 Queen’s 72 @ Ottawa 73 Brock 52 @ Carleton 90

Championship Semifinals Carleton 82 @ Ottawa 74 Windsor 77 @ Ryerson 96 Bronze Medal Game Windsor 77 @ Ottawa 90 Gold Medal Game Carleton 68 @ Ryerson 73

OUA at the CIS Final 8 Tournament Quarter-Finals Thompson Rivers 75 @ Carleton 91 Dalhousie 87 @ Ottawa 83 UBC 101 @ Ryerson 109 Consolation Final UBC 93 @ Ottawa 76

Semifinals Dalhousie 66 @ Carleton 76 Calgary 98 @ Ryerson 87 Bronze Medal Dalhousie 78 @ Ryerson 85 Gold Medal Calgary 79 @ Carleton 101


Men’s 2015-16 player stats LEADING SCORERS (Minimum 60% of Team’s GP) Player G Morrow D Johnson S Singh A Campbell M L’Africain D Elgadi L Alexander A Best W Coulthard B Dinkins

School Western Toronto Queen’s Windsor Ottawa Brock McMaster Ryerson Laurier Lakehead

GP 20 19 19 20 19 19 18 16 20 19

MIN/G 35 30.8 31.6 33 31.4 34.3 29 30.3 31.6 29.6

FG/G 9.4-18.1 7.4-17.5 7.8-17.2 7.6-16.6 7.1-14.9 7.0-14.9 6.7-14.2 6.2-12.3 5.8-17.4 6.7-13.5

REBOUNDS FG% 52.2 42.3 45.4 45.9 47.7 47 47.1 50.8 33 49.6

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 5 ATT/GM) Player B Maracle N McCarthy D Walford C Smythe R Boney G Boucard C Agada G Morrow A Best M Plunkett

School Ottawa Ottawa Guelph Carleton McMaster Carleton Ottawa Western Ryerson Ottawa

GP FGM 16 60 19 86 19 68 19 59 17 72 17 98 14 80 20 189 16 100 18 56

FGA FG% 93 64.5 142 60.6 120 56.7 105 56.2 132 54.5 182 53.8 153 52.3 362 52.2 197 50.8 111 50.5

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) Player A Mavety G Resch M Plunkett A Best M L’Africain M Kovac R Roberts A Peter-McNeilly C Gilmore A Haroon

School Queen’s Carleton Ottawa Ryerson Ottawa Windsor Ryerson Ryerson McMaster Guelph

GP 18 19 18 16 19 20 18 19 14 19

3PT M 32 51 39 37 51 46 27 37 21 20

3PT A 3PT% 62 51.6 114 44.7 89 43.8 85 43.5 122 41.8 112 41.1 69 39.1 95 38.9 54 38.9 52 38.5

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) Player A Peter-McNeilly T Boers M L’Africain N Culbreath D Dooley A Best D Johnson T Thomas A Haroon J Wallace

School GP FTM FTA FT% Ryerson 19 47 51 92.2 Guelph 19 49 56 87.5 Ottawa 19 67 78 85.9 York 19 67 79 84.8 Guelph 17 49 59 83.1 Ryerson 16 47 57 82.5 Toronto 19 113 139 81.3 Laurentian 19 38 47 80.9 Guelph 19 49 61 80.3 Guelph 19 54 68 79.4

3FG% 29 32.6 31.5 37.4 41.8 26.7 35.1 43.5 30.3 -

PPG 24 22.4 22.3 21.5 20.4 19.9 18.8 17.8 17.8 17.2

Player D Elgadi M Pereira M Marshall B Dinkins S Hirst D Johnson G Morrow M Lewis M Anwar A Campbell

School Brock Waterloo Brock Lakehead Laurentian Toronto Western Nipissing Waterloo Windsor

GP OFF 19 61 14 57 19 73 19 49 19 33 19 45 20 38 19 31 20 44 20 39

DEF TOT 162 223 107 164 87 160 108 157 110 143 97 142 104 142 106 137 90 134 92 131

ASSISTS Player K Kajami-Keane M L’Africain S Mikre M Rocca S Usher A Peter-McNeilly J Puddister H Tan D Aromolaran S Reader

School GP Carleton 19 Ottawa 19 Laurier 20 Windsor 19 Toronto 19 Ryerson 19 Nipissing 19 Lakehead 19 Laurentian 18 York 12

AST 125 101 101 85 84 83 76 69 68 67

School GP McMaster 19 Brock 19 Western 20 Ottawa 14 Ryerson 19 Laurier 20 Ottawa 19 York 12 Queen’s 19 Laurier 20

STL 53 41 41 38 37 36 36 33 33 31

School GP Ottawa 19 Brock 19 Queen’s 17 Ryerson 14 Algoma 17 Guelph 19 Laurier 20 Lakehead 19 Queen’s 19 McMaster 19

BLK 39 38 30 28 28 26 21 21 19 18

STEALS Player A Redpath D Elgadi T Filgiano C Agada A Peter-McNeilly W Coulthard M L’Africain S Reader S Singh S Mikre

BLOCKED SHOTS Player N McCarthy D Elgadi T Graham K Green R Gum D Walford M Chesson B Dinkins M Shoveller T Joseph


Men’s past oua champions The team winning the basketball championship receives the Wilson Cup, first presented in 1908 by Harold Wilson of Toronto. 2015-16 Ryerson 2014-15 Carleton* 2013-14 Ottawa 2012-13 Carleton* 2011-12 Carleton* 2010-11 Lakehead 2009-10 Carleton 2008-09 Carleton* 2007-08 Carleton 2006-07 Windsor 2005-06 McMaster 2004-05 Carleton* 2003-04 Carleton* 2001-02 Western 2000-01 Western 1999-00 Laurentian 1998-99 Western 1997-98 Laurentian 1996-97 McMaster 1995-96 McMaster 1994-95 Toronto 1993-94 McMaster 1992-93 Ottawa 1991-92 Brock 1990-91 Western* 1989-90 Guelph 1988-89 Western 1987-88 Western 1986-87 McMaster 1985-86 Waterloo 1984-85 York 1983-84 York 1982-83 Waterloo 1981-82 York

1980-81 York 1979-80 York 1978-79 Windsor 1977-78 York 1976-77 Waterloo 1975-76 Waterloo 1974-75 Waterloo* 1973-74 Waterloo* 1972-73 Windsor 1971-72 Windsor 1970-71 Windsor 1969-70 McMaster 1968-69 Windsor* 1967-68 Western 1966-67 Windsor* 1965-66 Windsor* 1964-65 Windsor 1963-64 Windsor* 1962-63 Windsor 1961-62 Western 1960-61 Western 1959-60 Western 1958-59 Assumption* 1957-58 Toronto 1956-57 Queen’s & Assumption* 1955-56 Western 1954-55 Western 1953-54 Western & Assumption* 1952-53 Western 1951-52 Western 1950-51 Western 1949-50 Western 1948-49 Western 1947-48 Western

1946-47 Western 1945-46 Western 1940-45 War - No competition 1939-40 Western & Toronto 1938-39 McGill, Western & Toronto 1937-38 Western 1936-37 Toronto 1935-36 Queen’s 1934-35 Toronto 1933-34 McGill 1932-33 McGill 1931-32 McGill 1930-31 McGill 1929-30 Queen’s 1928-29 Toronto 1927-28 Toronto 1926-27 Western 1925-26 Queen’s 1924-25 Toronto 1923-24 Queen’s 1922-23 McGill 1921-22 McGill 1920-21 Toronto 1919-20 Toronto 1915-18 War - No competition 1914-15 McGill 1913-14 McGill 1912-13 Toronto 1911-12 McGill 1910-11 Toronto 1909-10 McGill

* - U Sports Champion

Note: Assumption University became part of the University of Windsor in 1963.

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL

Team

No.

First

Last

Western Windsor/Assumption Toronto McGill Carleton McMaster Waterloo York Queen’s Ottawa Laurentian Ryerson Lakehead Brock Guelph

24 14 14 11 9 6 6 5 5 2 2 1 1 1 1

1926-27 1954-55 1908-09 1909-10 2003-04 1969-70 1973-74 1977-78 1923-24 1992-93 1997-98 2015-16 2010-11 1991-92 1989-90

2001-02 2006-07 1994-95 1938-39 2014-15 2005-06 1985-86 1984-85 1956-57 2013-14 1999-00 2015-16 2010-11 1991-92 1989-90

MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER IN THE PLAYOFFS 1978-79 Stan Korosec 1977-78 David Coulthard 1976-77 Seymour Hadwen Lou Nelson 1975-76 Jamie Russell 1974-75 Bill Robinson 1973-74 Mike Moser Art White 1972-73 Mike Moser 1971-72 Jerry Sovran 1970-71 Sante Salvador 1969-70 Bruce Dempster 1968-69 John Dignan 1967-68 Marnix Heersink

Windsor York Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Windsor Windsor Western McMaster Western


Men’s 2015-16 awards The E.C. LeBel Plaque, which was named in honour of the first president of the University of Windsor, Rev. E.C. LeBel, was donated in 1967 to the outstanding player in the championship playoffs. Since the introduction of the Kitch MacPherson Trophy in 1980, the LeBel Plaque has been awarded to the player in each division (East and West) with the highest vote total in the all-star balloting.

OUA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015-16 2014-15

Mike L’Africain* Johnny Berhanemeskel*

Ottawa Ottawa

WEST DIVISION

EAST DIVISION

2013-14 Lien Phillip Windsor 2012-13 Lien Phillip Windsor 2011-12 Venzall Russell Lakehead 2010-11 Isaac Kuon Windsor 2009-10 Keenan Jeppesen McMaster 2008-09 Greg Surmacz Windsor 2007-08 Brad Rootes Brock 2007-08 Greg Surmacz Windsor 2006-07 Brad Rootes Brock 2005-06 Kevin Stienstra Brock 2004-05 Kevin Stienstra* Brock 2003-04 Adam Guiney McMaster 2002-03 Michael Ayanbadejo Guelph 2001-02 Andy Kwiatkowski* Western 2000-01 Steve Maga* McMaster 1999-00 Micah Bourdeau Western 1998-99 Steve Maga McMaster 1997-98 Titus Channer* McMaster 1996-97 Titus Channer McMaster 1995-96 David Picton Brock 1994-95 Clint Holtz Brock 1993-94 David Picton Brock 1992-93 Jack Vander Pol McMaster 1991-92 Gord Wood Brock 1990-91 John Stiefelmeyer Western 1989-90 Tim Mau Guelph 1988-89 John Stiefelmeyer Western 1987-88 John Stiefelmeyer Western 1986-87 Paul Boyce Waterloo 1985-86 Peter Savich Waterloo 1984-85 Peter Savich* Waterloo 1983-84 Doug Fast Brock 1982-83 Phil Hermanutz Windsor 1981-82 Stan Korosec Windsor 1980-81 Stan Korosec Windsor * - recipient of Mike Moser Trophy for U Sports Player of the Year

Philip Scrubb* Philip Scrubb* Philip Scrubb* Tyson Hinz* Josh Gibson-Bascombe Stuart Turnbull Aaron Doornekamp

Carleton Carleton Carleton Carleton Ottawa Carleton Carleton

Osvaldo Jeanty* Osvaldo Jeanty* Daniel Eves Kevin Dulude Ryan French Jafeth Maseruka Rob Smart Ted Dongelmans Ted Dongelmans Ted Dongelmans Eddy Meguerian Cory Bailey Brad Hann Alex Beason Norm Hann Rob Wilson Nick Arvanitis Paul Brousseau David King Mike Scotten Jeff McKibbon Tim Rider John Christensen Jeff McKibbon Enzo Spagnuolo David Coulthard David Coulthard*

Carleton Carleton York RMC York Carleton Carleton Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Ryerson Laurentian Toronto Concordia McGill Bishop’s Queen’s Laurentian York York Laurentian York York York

KITCH MACPHERSON TROPHY

In 1980, the Kitch MacPherson Trophy was donated by Labatt’s Ontario Breweries. It was named for a retired supervisor of officials in the OUA West Division and is awarded to the outstanding player in the Wilson Cup final. (Note: From 1968 to 1979, the most outstanding player in the playoffs received the E.C. LeBel Plaque).

2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

Aaron Best Thomas Scrubb Johnny Berhanemeskel Thomas Scrubb Cole Hobin Jamie Searle Kevin McCleery Stuart Turnbull Aaron Doornekamp Kevin Kloostra Rob Scully Mike Smart Mike Smart Mike Smart Andy Kwiatkowski Andy Kwiatkowski Ted Dongelmans Micah Bourdeau Cory Bailey Titus Channer

Ryerson Carleton Ottawa Carleton Carleton Lakehead Carleton Carleton Carleton Windsor McMaster Carleton Carleton Carleton Western Western Laurentian Western Laurentian McMaster

1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80

Keegan Johnson Jason Gopaul Jack Vander Pol Carlos Brown Brian Bleich Dave Ormerod Tim Mau John Stiefelmeyer John Stiefelmeyer Craig Muir Randy Norris John Christensen Enzo Spagnuolo Dave Burns David Coulthard Paul Jones David Coulthard

McMaster Toronto McMaster Ottawa Brock Western Guelph Western Western McMaster Waterloo York York Waterloo York York York


Men’s 2015-16 oua All Stars FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Mike L’Africain* Caleb Agada Aaron Best** Adika Peter-McNeilly Dani Elgadi* Kaza Kajami-Keane** Leon Alexander Sukpreet Singh Greg Morrow Alex Campbell

Ottawa Ottawa Ryerson Ryerson Brock Carleton McMaster Queen’s Western Windsor

SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Guillaume Boucard Carleton Connor Wood Carleton Bacarius Dinkins Lakehead Henry Tan Lakehead Johneil Simpson Brock Will Coulthard Laurier Troy Joseph McMaster Nathan McCarthy Ottawa Ammanuel Diressa Ryerson Devin Johnson Toronto

* denotes U Sports First-Team All-Canadian ** denotes U Sports Second-Team All-Canadian

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Marcus Anderson Carleton Stanley Mayambo Carleton Devon Williams Toronto Daniel Johansson Toronto Tyler Brown Brock Anthony Iacoe Laurentian Simon Mikre Laurier Kalil Langston Nipissing Dylan Phillips Waterloo Isiah Osborne^ Windsor ^ denotes U Sports All-Rookie Team MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year Mike L’Africain Ottawa Rookie of the Year Isiah Osborne

Windsor

Coach of the Year Patrick Tatham

Ryerson

Defensive Player of the Year Caleb Agada Ottawa Ken Shields Award Sam Hirst Officials Award of Merit Paul Carter

Laurentian


Men’s oua record book SINGLE GAME RECORDS Most points in a game: 52, 1994, Alex Beason (Ryerson) vs. Laurentian Most rebounds in a game: 28, 1995/96, Geoff Stead (Windsor) vs. Laurier Most field goals made in a game: 23, 1982, David Coulthard (York) vs. Toronto Most free throws made in a game: 26-for-29, 1958/59, Gene Rizak vs. Toronto Most points by one team in a game: 134, 1995/96, Toronto 134 at McGill 80 Most points by two teams in a game: 232, 1966/67, Windsor 115 at Toronto 117 OT MOST POINTS IN A CAREER Athlete School Kevin Dulude RMC Boris Bakovic Ryerson Johnny Berhanemeskel Ottawa Kale Harrison Laurier Kiraan Posey Lakehead Jahmal Jones Ryerson Max Allin Laurier Philip Scrubb Carleton Kevin Stienstra Brock Norm Hann Laurentian Brad Rootes Brock Daniel Eves York Tut Ruach York Alex Hill Toronto David Tyndale York Josh Gibson-Bascombe Ottawa Mark Bellai York Tyson Hinz Carleton Cam McIntyre Waterloo Titus Channer McMaster Warren Ward Ottawa Bradley Smith Western Enrico Diloreto Windsor Ryan Dudley Brock Trevor Boose Windsor

Total Years 2,092 2000-05 2,068 2006-10 2,000 2010-15 1,918 2007-12 1,879 2003-06, 2007-09 1,773 2010-15 1,745 2009-14 1,742 2010-15 1,737 2001-06 1,723 1989-93 1,704 2003-08 1,647 2002-07 1,635 2004-09 1,619 2010-14 1,582 2008-13 1,571 2005-10 1,534 1989-93 1,526 2009-14 1,515 2007-12 1,494 1993-98 1,479 2008-13 1,477 2004-09 1,477 2009-14 1,433 1997-03 1,408 2001-06

HIGHEST POINT AVERAGE IN A SINGLE SEASON Athlete School PPG Alex Beason Ryerson 33.4 Loren Killion Laurier 31.8 David Coulthard York 30.2 Chuck Chambliss Laurier 30.0 Dave Smart Queen’s 29.4 Taffe Charles Carleton 28.0 Mike Moser Waterloo 27.9 Fred Murrell Toronto 27.5 Boris Bakovic Ryerson 27.3 David Picton Brock 27.2 Norm Hann Laurentian 27.1 MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER Athlete School Kevin Dulude RMC Lien Phillip Windsor Kevin Stienstra Brock

GP 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 22 14 15

Total Years 1,165 2000-05 1,019 2009-14 1,008 2001-06

Points 401 382 362 360 323 336 335 330 600 381 407

Jordan Foebel Tim Mau Jack Vander Pol Igor Bakovic Boris Bakovic Sasha Ivankovic Adam Guiney Aaron Doornekamp

York Guelph McMaster Ryerson Ryerson Ryerson McMaster Carleton

943 849 830 826 818 778 721 713

2002-07 1989-93 1990-94 2003-08 2006-10 1997-01, 2002-03 2000-05 2004-09

ACTIVE LEADERS Athlete Greg Morrow Aaron Best Caleb Agada

School Western Ryerson Ottawa

Total Years 482 2011-present 426 2011-present 348 2012-present

HIGHEST REBOUND AVERAGE IN A SINGLE SEASON Athlete School RPG GP Stan Korosec Windsor 16.8 12 Jack Vander Pol McMaster 16.7 14 Tom Cholock Carleton 16.1 12 Wayne Morgan Guelph 15.8 12 Dave Fogolin Ryerson 15.7 12 Randy Cook Toronto 15.6 12 Brian Skeoch Laurentian 14.9 12 Jack Vander Pol McMaster 14.9 14 Brian Skeoch Laurentian 14.9 14 Geoff Stead Windsor 14.9 14

Year 1993-94 1977-78 1981-82 1975-76 1992-93 1993-94 1973-74 1987-88 2008-09 1995-96 1991-92

Points Year 201 1981-82 234 1993-94 193 1978-79 189 1972-73 188 1976-77 187 1977-78 179 1981-82 209 1992-93 208 1982-83 208 1996-97


woMen’s 2015-16 standings CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM GP W L PF McMaster 19 15 4 1419 Guelph 19 11 8 1241 Brock 19 10 9 1250 Lakehead 19 7 12 1190

PA PTS 1076 30 1138 22 1143 20 1290 14

EAST DIVISION TEAM Ryerson Queen’s Toronto York

PA PTS 1173 32 1098 28 1369 16 1389 6

GP W L PF 19 16 3 1526 19 14 5 1259 19 8 11 1262 19 3 16 1127

NORTH DIVISION TEAM Ottawa Carleton Laurentian Nipissing

GP W L PF 19 17 2 1307 19 14 5 1289 19 3 16 1111 19 3 16 954

PA PTS 1075 34 1061 28 1297 6 1361 6

WEST DIVISION TEAM Windsor Western Laurier Waterloo Algoma

GP W L PF 20 15 5 1506 20 14 6 1426 20 9 11 1362 20 4 16 1119 20 1 19 928

PA PTS 1215 30 1282 28 1312 18 1513 8 1484 2

woMen’s 2015-16 playoffs Presented by Investors Group

OUA Preliminary Round (11) Laurier 76 @ (6) Windsor 82 (10) Toronto 51 @ (7) Western 91 (12) Laurentian 44 @ (5) Queen’s 70 (9) Brock 51 @ (8) Guelph 69 OUA Quarter-Finals Queen’s 55 @ McMaster 65 Windsor 63 @ Carleton 48 Guelph 43 @ Ottawa 55 Western 64 @ Ryerson 83

Championship Semifinals McMaster 42 @ Ottawa 56 Windsor 62 @ Ryerson 79 Bronze Medal Game Windsor 68 @ McMaster 58 Gold Medal Game Ryerson 66 @ Ottawa 60

OUA at the CIS Final 8 Tournament Quarter-Finals Ottawa 62 @ Saskatchewan 73 Ryerson 73 @ Regina 70 Consolation Final Ottawa 60 @ Alberta 69

Semi-Finals Ryerson 87 @ McGill 72 Gold Medal Ryerson 71 @ Saskatchewan 85


woMen’s 2015-16 player stats LEADING SCORERS (Minimum 60% of Team’s GP)

REBOUNDS

Player M Puklicz K Pingue-Giles D Boiago C Traer H Lindsay N Morrison R Atkinson S Paska K MacTavish C Roger

Player R Pearson H Lindsay S Paska E Prevost C Kenney K MacTavish C Roger K Harpur K Andrea H Payne

School GP MIN/G FG/G FG% 3FG% PTS Western 19 32.4 6.5-15.8 41.3 33 353 Ryerson 19 29.5 6.8-14.6 46.4 26.6 334 McMaster 19 31.1 6.5-15.2 42.9 35.6 331 Ottawa 14 28.8 5.4-13.3 40.9 31.7 312 Carleton 19 24.9 6.6-12.5 52.9 - 302 Laurier 20 28.3 5.7-14.6 39.2 30 296 Toronto 19 27.6 5.8-15.3 37.8 35.6 294 Ryerson 19 28.1 5.4-10.3 52 50 288 Guelph 19 29.5 5.9-12.1 48.9 0 285 Windsor 20 29.1 4.8-9.6 49.2 - 285

School Carleton McMaster Ryerson Windsor Windsor Guelph Ottawa Western Queen’s Lakehead

GP FGM 19 126 19 95 19 102 20 109 20 95 19 112 15 58 19 85 19 83 19 82

FGA FG% 238 52.9 181 52.5 196 52 221 49.3 193 49.2 229 48.9 121 47.9 179 47.5 178 46.6 176 46.6

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) Player L Harper J Soriano M Horst S Carr J Yumol D Boiago R Atkinson B O’Reilly K Kajorinne C Steer

School McMaster Ottawa Western Carleton Brock McMaster Toronto Lakehead Algoma Windsor

GP 17 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20

3PT M 22 53 26 28 19 37 32 53 32 33

3PT A 3PT% 48 45.8 120 44.2 61 42.6 67 41.8 48 39.6 104 35.6 90 35.6 151 35.1 93 34.4 97 34

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) K MacTavish R Holmes I Seupersadsingh S Paska E Tinnes A Moreau C Wolynski C Abbott A Kiss K Schenck

Guelph McMaster York Ryerson Laurentian Laurentian Western Nipissing Windsor Laurier

19 19 19 19 19 19 20 18 14 20

60 40 50 83 42 49 52 54 32 74

67 49 62 104 53 62 66 69 41 95

GP OFF 19 73 19 80 19 86 20 72 19 68 19 74 20 77 17 52 19 59 20 47

DEF TOT 133 206 119 199 95 181 109 181 108 176 98 172 94 171 108 160 100 159 100 147

ASSISTS

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 5 ATT/GM) Player H Lindsay C Kenney S Paska E Prevost C Roger K MacTavish K Lemoine M Horst R Pearson G Lavoie

School Queen’s Carleton Ryerson Windsor McMaster Guelph Windsor Brock Lakehead Laurier

89.6 81.6 80.6 79.8 79.2 79 78.8 78.3 78 77.9

Player J Baldin J Yumol C Wolynski K Pingue-Giles D Boiago K Ring B Atkinson E Hazlett M Nunes D Edwards

School GP Lakehead 19 Brock 19 Western 20 Ryerson 19 McMaster 19 Ottawa 17 Guelph 19 Queen’s 19 Ryerson 19 Toronto 19

AST 134 94 89 77 74 73 68 66 61 60

School GP Ryerson 19 Laurentian 19 Western 20 McMaster 19 Ryerson 19 Guelph 19 Toronto 19 Algoma 20 Western 19 Toronto 19

STL 79 50 50 48 45 44 42 41 40 39

School GP Windsor 20 Carleton 19 Algoma 20 Ottawa 14 McMaster 19 Ryerson 19 Brock 18 Carleton 17 Guelph 19 Queen’s 19

BLK 40 31 30 25 18 18 17 15 15 14

STEALS Player K Pingue-Giles A Moreau C Wolynski D Boiago M Nunes B Atkinson D Edwards K Kajorinne M Puklicz R Atkinson

BLOCKED SHOTS Player C Roger H Lindsay M Dunn C Traer C Kenney S Paska K Cornelissen E Leblanc K MacTavish R Pearson


woMen’s past oua champions 2015-16 Ryerson 2014-15 Windsor * 2013-14 Windsor* 2012-13 Windsor* 2011-12 Ottawa 2010-11 Windsor* 2009-10 Windsor 2008-09 Windsor 2007-08 McMaster 2006-07 York 2005-06 McMaster 2004-05 Guelph 2003-04 Ottawa 2002-03 McMaster 2001-02 Toronto 2000-01 Queen’s

1999-00 Laurentian 1998-99 McMaster 1997-98 Laurentian 1996-97 Toronto 1995-96 Toronto 1994-95 Laurentian 1993-94 Toronto 1992-93 Laurentian 1991-92 Laurentian 1990-91 Laurentian* 1989-90 Laurentian* 1988-89 Toronto 1987-88 Toronto 1986-87 Laurentian 1985-86 Toronto* 1984-85 Toronto

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL

Team No. First Last Laurentian 14 1974-75 1999-00 Toronto 8 1983-84 2001-02 Windsor 6 2008-09 2014-15 McMaster 4 1998-99 2007-08 Western 3 1971-72 1973-74 York 2 1981-82 2006-07 Guelph 2 1979-80 2004-05 Ottawa 2 2003-04 2011-12 Ryerson 1 2015-16 2015-16 Queen’s 1 2000-01 2000-01 Brock 1 1982-83 1982-83

1983-84 Toronto 1982-83 Brock 1981-82 York 1980-81 Laurentian 1979-80 Guelph 1978-79 Laurentian* 1977-78 Laurentian* 1976-77 Laurentian* 1975-76 Laurentian* 1974-75 Laurentian* 1973-74 Western 1972-73 Western 1971-72 Western

* U Sports Champion


woMen’s 2015-16 awards OUA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2015-16 Keneca Pingue-Giles 2014-15 Jylisa Williams

EAST DIVISION Ryerson Lakehead

WEST DIVISION 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91

Jenny Vaughan Nicole Rosenkranz Jessica Clemencon Jessica Clemencon* Amanda Anderson Bess Lennox Lindsay DeGroot Lindsay DeGroot Meaghan McGrath Jodie Ebeling Christin Dickenson Sarah Sterling Leanne Rowthorn Pat Marcello Cindy Scott Angela Hrkac Angela Nobes Angela Nobes Michele Vesprini Michele Vesprini Michele Vesprini Michele Mommersteeg Kathy Harrison Heather McKay

Western Brock Windsor Windsor Western Western McMaster McMaster Laurier Brock McMaster McMaster Guelph Guelph Western Lakehead Western Western Western Western Western Western Lakehead McMaster

* Won the Nan Copp Award as the U Sports Player of the Year

2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91

Elizabeth Roach Alyson Bush Hannah Sunley-Paisley* Hannah Sunley-Paisley Hannah Sunley-Paisley Alaine Hutton Cassandra Carpenter Cassandra Carpenter Cassandra Carpenter Cassandra Carpenter Nikki Doucet Clare Beatty Clare Beatty Shauna Conway Stephanie Harrison Stephanie Harrison Elizabeth Hart Karen Jackson Justine Ellison* Dianne Norman Dianne Norman Denise Scott Susan Stewart* Dianne Norman

Carleton Carleton Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Toronto York Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Toronto Laurentian Laurentian


woMen’s 2015-16 oua All Stars FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Keneca Pingue-Giles*** Ryerson Sofia Paska Ryerson Jenny Wright Queen’s Robyn Pearson Queen’s Heather Lindsay Carleton Nicole Morrison Laurier Danielle Boiago* McMaster Kellie Ring Ottawa Mackenzie Puklicz Western Cheyanne Roger Windsor SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Bridget Atkinson Guelph Kate MacTavish Guelph Melissa Tatti Brock Elizabeth LeBlanc Carleton Clare Kenney McMaster Julia Soriano Ottawa Catherine Traer Ottawa Rahsida Atkinson Toronto Caroline Wolynski Western Emily Prevost Windsor

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Sandra Nagowska York Katrina Collins-Samuels York Chrissy Sirignano Brock Abbey Clark Guelph Irena Rynkiewicz Laurier Alexe Galipeau-Wilson Nipissing Myriam Fontaine Queen’s Keyira Parkes Toronto Julia Curran^ Western Kaylee Anagnostopoulous^ Windsor ^ denotes U Sports All-Rookie Team * denotes National Rookie of the Year

* denotes U Sports First-Team All-Canadian ** denotes U Sports Second-Team All-Canadian *** denotes National Player of the Year

MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year Keneca Pingue-Giles Ryerson Rookie of the Year Julia Curran

Western

Coach of the Year Andy Sparks

Ottawa

Joy Bellinger Award Abena Addo

Toronto

Defensive Player of the Year Keneca Pingue-Giles Ryerson Tracy McLeod Award Krista van Slingerland*

Ottawa


woMen’s oua record book Individual RECORDS

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE - SEASON

Most points – Game: 50, 2014-15, Jylisa Williams (Lakehead) vs. Toronto Most points – Season: 548, 2014-15, Jylisa Williams, Lakehead Most points by One Team – Game: 119 Ottawa vs. Ryerson January 16, 1981 & Brock vs. Laurier January 23, 1982

ATHLETE Chris Critelli Vanessa Nobrega Paula Lockyer Jessica Selinger Sharon Knowles Alaine Hutton Janet Swords Carolyn Swords Mary Ann Kowal Sue Lindley Rachel Hart Elizabeth Hart

MOST POINTS IN A CAREER Athlete team Cassandra Carpenter Laurentian Jessica Clemencon Windsor Brittany Moore Queen’s Amanda Anderson Western Jodie Ebeling Brock Jennifer Donofrio RMC Jenny Vaughan Western Hannah Sunley-Paisley Ottawa Laura MacCallum York Meaghan McGrath Laurier Nastassia Subban York Tasia McKenna Lakehead Renata Adamczyk Laurier Stacey Farr Brock Karen Jackson York Taylor Chiarot McMaster Taylor Smith McMaster Lisa Furchner Laurentian Alaine Hutton Toronto Tierney Hoo Laurentian

Total Years 2,171 2003-08 1,894 2009-14 1,652 2007-12 1,626 2005-10 1,624 2002-07 1,602 2003-08 1,516 2010-14 1,483 2007-12 1,448 2004-09 1,369 2002-06 1,359 1999-04 1,341 2006-11 1,328 2006-11 1,327 1999-04 1,297 1993-98 1,289 2007-12 1,270 2006-10 1,246 2006-11 1,241 2004-09 1,224 2000-05

TEAM Waterloo Ottawa Lakehead Guelph/Brock Laurentian Laurentian Toronto York Ottawa York

PTS 344 311 791 1,140 695 2,171 1,115 679 559 1,297

GP 12 11 31 53 35 110 59 36 30 70

PPG 28.7 27.2 25.5 21.5 19.9 19.7 18.9 18.9 18.6 18.5

ATHLETE Bess Lennox Nicki Schutz Hannah Sunley-Paisley Nicki Schutz Hailey Milligan

TEAM Laurier Toronto Laurentian Windsor Laurentian Toronto Laurentian

M/ATT 31/42 57/79 55/83 42/66 69/109 106/169 36/58

% .738 .722 .663 .636 .633 .627 .621

YEAR 1977-78 2003-04 1985-86 2006-07 1984-85 2008-09 1988-89 1992-93 1986-87 1978-79 2007-08 1995-96

TEAM Western Toronto Ottawa Toronto McMaster

REB YEAR 270 2008-09 258 2008-09 253 2010-11 242 2009-10 242 2012-13

MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER

YEAR 1978-79 1980-81 2013-15 1978-80, 1982-84 1984-87 2003-08 1980-83, 1984-86 1979-82 1971-75 1993-98

GREATEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (SEASON) ATHLETE Dayna Perry Nicki Berswick Ann Rimes Kelly Buchanan Jan Trembly Justine Ellison Kim Hansen

M/ATT % 25/26 .960 46/49 .939 30/32 .938 59/63 .937 26/28 .928 114/123 .927 25/27 .926 37/40 .925 31/34 .912 20/22 .909 39/43 .907 68/75 .907

MOST REBOUNDS IN A SEASON

MOST POINTS PER GAME IN A CAREER ATHLETE Liz Silcott Luce Mercier Jylisa Williams Candi Lohr Carol Hamilton C. Carpenter Pat Melville Barb Whibbs Colleen Dufresne Karen Jackson

TEAM Laurentian Toronto York Queen’s Laurentian Toronto Ottawa Laurentian Toronto Guelph McMaster Toronto

YEAR 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1988-89 1977-78 1995-96 1977-78

ATHLETE Bess Lennox Hannah Sunley-Paisley Cassandra Carpenter Gillian Maxwell Darrah Bumstead Lindsay Druery Sarah Cameron Stacey Farr Chiara Rocca Renata Adamczyk

TEAM Western/Ottawa Ottawa Laurentian Waterloo Laurentian Lakehead

REB 1,025 784 986 893 864 828 McMaster/Queen’s 774 Brock 767 McMaster 760 Laurier 734

YEAR 2005-09, 2011-12 2007-12 2003-08 2003-08 2005-10 2007-12 1998-2002, 2004-05 1999-2004 2003-08 2006-11

HIGHEST REBOUNDS AVERAGE IN A CAREER ATHLETE Barb Whibbs Karen Danch Stella Ighorewo Robyn DeGray Carolyn Borsutsky Bess Lennox Pat Melville Candi Lohr Theresa McGee Kathy Hillier H. Sunley-Paisley

TEAM York Laurier Ottawa Lakehead Ryerson Wes/Ott Toronto Guelph/Brk Windsor Carleton Ottawa

REB 384 268 500 644 463 1,027 584 521 581 105 993

GP AVG 34 11.3 24 11.2 46 10.9 62 10.4 46 10.1 102 10.1 58 10.1 53 9.8 60 9.7 11 9.5 109 9.1

YEAR 1979-82 1978-80 1992-96 2001-04 1983-87 2005-09, 2011-12 1980-83, 1984-86 1977-80, 1982-84 1980-85 1980-81 2007-12


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