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TABLE OF CONTENTS OUA Staff Directory..............................................................................................3 U Sports Media Contact.......................................................................................3 2017 OUA Football Schedule..............................................................................4 OUA Overtime Format.........................................................................................5 OUA Tie-Breaking Procedures...........................................................................6 Team Information Carleton Ravens.......................................................................... 8-11 Guelph Gryphons..................................................................... 12-15 Laurier Golden Hawks............................................................ 16-20 McMaster Marauders.............................................................. 22-25 Ottawa Gee-Gees..................................................................... 26-29 Queen’s Gaels............................................................................ 30-33 Toronto Varsity Blues.............................................................. 34-38 Waterloo Warriors.................................................................... 40-43 Western Mustangs.................................................................... 44-47 Windsor Lancers...................................................................... 50-53 York Lions.................................................................................. 54-57 2016 Year In Review Standings, Results & Playoffs....................................................... 59 Final Statistics............................................................................ 60-61 History & 2016 Awards History of the Yates Cup......................................................... 63-65 OUA All-Stars and U SPORTS All-Canadians........................ 66 OUA Players in the CFL............................................................... 67 OUA Football Records OUA Team Records................................................................. 70-72 OUA Individual Records........................................................ 73-76

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OUA DIRECTORY SPORT PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR Taylor Curran Tel: (905) 635-5510 x 204 taylor.curran@oua.ca

ONTARIO UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS

3305 Harvester Rd, Unit 2 Burlington, ON L7N 3N2 Tel: (905) 635-5510 Fax: (905) 635-5820 www.oua.ca @OUAsport

PRESIDENT

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

CEO

SPORT PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR Hailey Milligan Tel: (905) 635-5510 x 206 hailey.milligan@oua.ca

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER Jenelle Herbert Tel: (905) 635-5510 x 205 jenelle.herbert@oua.ca

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR Greg Campbell Tel: (905) 635-5510 x 207 greg.campbell@oua.ca

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

DIRECTOR OF SPONSORSHIP David Frizzell Tel: (905) 635-5510 x 209 david.frizzell@oua.ca

MANAGER OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Yulena Wan Tel: (905) 635-5510 x 202 yulena.wan@oua.ca

U SPORTS

45 Vogell Road, suite 701 Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3P6 Tel: (905) 508-3000 Fax: (905) 508-4221 info@universitysport.ca www.cis-sic.ca

MEDIA RELATIONS

Alan Hudes Tel: (905) 508-3000 x 242 ahudes@universitysport.ca

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2017 OUA SCHEDULE

White indicates Home Game; Grey indicates Away Game; Black indicates Bye Week. Subject to change

QUARTER-FINAL - October 28th, 2017 SEMIFINALS - November 4th, 2017 110TH YATES CUP - November 11th, 2017

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Overtime format In the event a game is tied after regulation, overtime will be used to decide a winner. Since 2002, OUA has used the shootout format for overtime. The winning team shall receive two points for the victory, while the losing team will receive no points. This rule was implemented in the 2006 OUA season.

FORMAT

Each extra period shall consist of two series with both teams beginning their series at the opponent’s 35-yard line. Each team retains the ball during a series until it scores, or there is a turnover or a team fails to make a first down. The team scoring the most points during the extra period(s) shall be declared the winner. In the event that the game is tied after three extra series, both teams must attempt a two-point conversion after scoring a touchdown. There are no time outs during overtime play. Each team shall have an equal number of series, except when the defensive team scores on the first possession of a series. In the event of a turnover, the ball remains alive until it is declared dead. However, the team on offence may not have a first and 10 if it regains possession of the ball after a change of team possession.

EXAMPLE

Team A turns the ball over to Team B, which returns the ball toward Team A’s goal but fumbles the ball and Team A recovers. Once the play is blown dead, Team A’s attempt at scoring ends and Team B takes possession on the 35-yard line to begin their possession.

COIN TOSS

At the conclusion of regulation, the officials and team captains will meet at the centre of the field for a coin toss. The winner of the toss shall choose one of the following options: 1. Offence or defence, with the offence at the opponent’s 35-yard line to start OT. 2. Which end of the field shall be used for both series of that overtime period. The loser of the toss shall exercise the remaining option for the first extra period and shall have the first choice of the two options for subsequent even-numbered extra periods.

OUA SHOOTOUT HISTORY Sept. 20, 2003 - Ottawa 38 @ Western 41 Oct. 15, 2005 - Western 24 @ Ottawa 27 Sept. 20, 2003 - McMaster 30 @ Queen’s 27 Sept. 4, 2006 - Laurier 24 @ Guelph 17 Sept. 27, 2003 - Western 31 @ Laurier 28 Oct. 14, 2006 - Queen’s 16 @ York 14 Nov. 1, 2003* - Laurier 36 @ Queen’s 33 Sept. 3, 2007 - Queen’s 26 @ Western 20 Sept. 5, 2004 - Waterloo 24 @ Ottawa 25 Oct. 17, 2009 - McMaster 15 @ Windsor 14 Sept. 17, 2005 - Waterloo 27 @ Guelph 24 Sept. 25, 2010 - Ottawa 27 @ Queen’s 25 Sept. 17, 2005 - York 40 @ Toronto 33 Sept. 17, 2011 - York 20 @ Waterloo 18 Sept. 28, 2013 - Windsor 26 @ Laurier 25 Oct. 5, 2013 - Queen’s 40 @ Laurier 34 Sept. 01, 2014 - Guelph 27 @ McMaster 34 Oct. 3, 2015 - Carleton 48 vs. Ottawa 45 *Denotes playoff game

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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). Total point difference will not exceed 33+/-points per OUA football contest. 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).

DEFINITIONS 1. Record is determined by calculating the winning percentage as follows: (Wins + Ties/2)/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 (touchdowns, field goals, etc.) scored by a team, and subtracting the number of points (touchdowns, field goals, etc.) allowed by a team. When point difference is to break a tie between teams who have played an unequal 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 using 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.

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TEAM

INFORMATION 2017 oua Football Media Guide • 7


2016 Results:

Aug 28 @ McMaster L, 40-10 Sept 4 Western W, 38-31 Sept 10 @ Toronto W, 65-7 Sept 17 Laurier L, 17-16 Sept 24 @ York W, 50-7 Oct 1 Ottawa W, 43-23 Oct 7 Windsor W, 53-10 Oct 22 @ Waterloo W, 43-15

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2017 SEASON SCHEDULE: Aug 26 @Queen’s Sep 3 McMaster Sep 9 @Laurier Sep 16 Waterloo Sep 30 Ottawa Oct 6 @Western Oct 14 Toronto Oct 21 Guelph

1:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM


Carleton Ravens 1125 Colonel By Drive Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6 Tel: (613) 520-2600

Director of Athletics:

@CURavens www.goravens.ca

Sports Information:

Jennifer Brenning Taylor Prichard (613) 520-2600 ext. 8446 (613) 520-2600 ext. 1917 jennifer.brenning@carleton.ca (613) 867-5607 (cell) taylor.prichard@carleton.ca

Home Field: MNP Park Capacity: 3,000 Official Colours: Black and Red Game Day Contact:

Rob Leroy – (613) 520.2600 ext. 1139 Taylor Taylor Prichard – (613) 867-5607 (cell)

Ravens Media:

Ottawa Sun: (613) 739-7000 Ottawa Citizen: (613) 829-9100 TSN 1200 Sports Radio: (613) 789-2486 Le Droit: (613) 562-0111

2016 Record: 6- 2• Playoffs 1-1 • Lost in Semifinal to Western Head Coach:

Steve Sumarah (5th Season) | (613) 520-2600 ext. 4004 | steve.sumarah@carleton.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Jean-Philippe Asselin – Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach Ryan Bechmanis – Defensive Coordinator Chris Coulson – Offensive Line Coach Josh Sacobie – Receivers Coach/Community Relations Thomas Timlin – Linebackers Coach Chris Brzozowski – Running Backs Coach Sean Hall – Defensive Backs Coach / Recruiting Coordinator David Caron – Defensive Line Coach/Academic Facilitator Stefan Carty – Video Assistant / Defensive Assistant

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Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Jesse Mills

166-253-2214

65.6%

15-8

Tanner DeJong

12-30-135

40.0%

1-3

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Jayde Rowe

151-1094

7.2

8

Nathan Carter Christian Battistelli receiving

38-289 15-123 REC–YDS

7.6 8.2 AVG

4 0 TD

Nate Behar

57-788

13.8

9

Kyle VanWynsberghe Dexter Brown

46-625 29-365

13.6 12.6

4 1

defensive Leaders Tackles Leon Cenerini

tot–solo–ast 66-48-36

Kene Onyeka Nate Hamlin Sacks Dem Ogunyinka 3 Players Tied

49-33-32 25.5-22-7 total 5 3

Interceptions Jay Dearborn 4 Players Tied

total 4 1

ATT–YDS 68-2797 ATT–Made–% 19-14-74%

Key Departures:

Nate Behar WR Tunde Adeleke DB/KR Nate Hamlin DB Kwabena Asare OL

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Danny McWhirter DB Gabriel Brault RB Shaiheem Charles-Brown DL Michael Arruda QB

2016 OUA ALL-Stars First Team

Nate Behar REC Kwabena Asare T Tunde Adeleke RET

KICKING Leaders Punts Michael Domagala field Goals Michael Domagala

Key Returning Players:

Leon Cenerini LB Kyle VanWynsberghe REC Kene Onyeka DL Jayde Rowe RB

AVG 41.1 Long 48

SECOND TEAM

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Tunde Adeleke Nate Hamlin

RET–YDS 13-259 5-93

AVG 19.9 18.6

LONG 47 35

Dexter Brown Punt returns Tunde Adeleke

2-35 RET–YDS 31-734

17.5 AVG 23.7

19 LONG 120

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Jesse Mills QB Jayden Rowe RB Stefano Napolitano FB Kyle VanWynsberghe REC KC Bakker G Emmanuel Adusei DT Leon Cenerini LB Kene Onyeka LB Tunde Adeleke DB Nate Hamlin CB Michael Domagala P

CARLETON


Carleton PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

SF

2015

QUE 39-8

GUE 21-33

2016

OTT 45-9

UWO 24-51

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

Carleton REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD Year

GUE

MAC

OTT

2013

12-48

3-45

10-35

2014

24-44

17-37

33-31

15-37

2015

12-44

48-45 2OT

24-34

2016

RAVENS

10-40

43-23

QUE

TOR

WAT

UWO

WLU

10-50

8-47

4-71

53-32

33-14

19-15

57-0

14-70

65-7

43-15

38-31

3-53

16-17

WSR

YRK

Record

14-44

34-50

0-8

21-18

4-4

62-16

52-0

5-3

53-10

50-7

6-2

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2016 Results:

Aug 28 Toronto W 41-22 Sept 5 @ Windsor L 33-29 Sept 10 Queen’s W 38-19 Sept 17 @ Ottawa L 31-28 Sept 24 Western L 50-15 Oct 1 @ McMaster L 27-15 Oct 14 @Laurier L 27-25 Oct 22 York W 52-8

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2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 27 Ottawa Sept 4 @ Western Sept 9 Windsor Sept 16 @ Toronto Sept 23 McMaster Sept 30 @ Waterloo Oct 14 Laurier Oct 21 @ Carleton

1:00pm 7:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm


guelph Gryphons 50 Stone Rd. East Guelph, ON, N1G 2W1 Tel: (519) 824-4120 ext. 56134

@guelph_gryphons www.gryphons.ca Fax: (519) 766-9563

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Scott McRoberts Andy Baechler (519) 824-4120, ext. 56133 (519) 824-4120 ext. 54128 scott.mcroberts@uoguelph.ca (519) 212-4865 (cell) baechler@uoguelph.ca Home Field: Alumni Stadium Capacity: 8,000 Official Colours: Red, Gold and Black Game Day Contact: Andy Baechler: Cell - (519) 212-4865 Nathan Young: nyoung01@uoguelph.ca Gryphons Media: Guelph Tribune: (519) 763-3333 ext. 233 Guelph Mercury: (519) 823-6060 The Ontarian: (519)-824-4120 ext. 58265 Magic 106.1 FM: (519) 824-7000

2016 Record: Regular Season: 3-5 • Playoffs: 0-1 • Lost in Quarter-Final to McMaster Head Coach:

Kevin MacNeill (2nd Season) | (519) 824-4120 ext. 52590 | macneilk@uoguelph.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Jean-Francois Joncas - Offensive Coordinator Adam Grandy - Defensive Coordinator Bill Brown - Special Forces Coordinator Mike MacDonald - Offensive Line Coach Brian Cluff - Defensive Line Coach Alex Derma - Scout Team Coordinator & Tight End Coach Steve Viveiros - Running Backs Coach John Casasanta - Special Forces Personnel Coach Daniel Ferraro - Kicking Coach Steve Frake - Receivers Coach Gary Jeffries - Assistant Coach Nate Galoni - Assistant Linebackers Coach John Engle - Quarterbacks Coach Mark Durigon - Assistant Defensive Backs Coach Mark Forsyth - Defensive Backs Coach Joe Sardo - Linebackers Coach Nick FitzGibbon - Assistant Running Backs Coach Adam Bestard - Assistant Offensive Line Coach Matt Nesbit - Assistant Offensive Coach & Football Operations Manager

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Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

James Roberts

174-276-2119

63.0%

10-10

Theodore Landers

3-5-34

60.0%

0-0

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Johnny Augustine

108-563

5.2

3

M Jones Daniel Palmer-Salmon

45-329 65-325

7.3 5.0

3 2

receiving

REC–YDS

AVG

TD

Kian Schaffer-Baker

20-388

19.4

1

Kade Belyk A’dre Fraser

27-339 27-339

12.6 12.6

1 0

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Lukas Korol Riley Baines Andrew Graham Sacks Matthew Delmas

64-49-30 40.5-32-17 38-28-20 total 3.5

Derek Drouillard Riley Baines Interceptions Tristan Doughlin Lukas Korol

3 3 total 4 2

Ryan Nieuwesteeg RET/REC Andrew Graham LB Tisan Doughlin FS A’dre Fraser REC

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

2016 oua all-stars:

Punts Gabriel Ferraro

ATT–YDS 74-2726

AVG 36.8

field Goals Gabriel Ferraro

ATT–Made–% 25-19-76%

Long 49

First Team:

Job Reinhart LB

Second Team:

Special teams Leaders RET–YDS 14-272 9-166 RET–YDS 24-230 8-65

Key Departures:

Michell Thiele DT Andy McFalls OL Jared Beeksma LB Zeke Margaritis REC

KICKING leaders

Kickoff returns Brandon Gordon Ryan Nieuwesteeg Punt returns Ryan Nieuwesteeg Matthew Creelman

Key Returning Players:

James Roberts QB Johnny Augustine RB Luke Korol LB Nicholas Parisotto DB

AVG 19.4 18.4 AVG 9.6 8.1

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LONG 47 30 LONG 21 28

Andrew Pickett G Nick Parisotto DB

GUELPH


Year

CAR

MAC

OTT

2007

36-37

23-31

2008

31-32

QUE

TOR

31-17

36-10

47-7

4-4

16-47

34-8

48-2

4-4

34-24

26-50

53-25 15-13

2011

37-13

35-8

12-21

2014

44-24

27-34

2015

44-12

33-23 15-27

2016

Record

13-15

11-54

24-22

YRK

27-37

29-32

9-50

WSR

37-22

35-43

48-12

UWO

41-8

2009

2013

WLU

30-0

2010

2012

WAT

14-21

39-41

66-8

3-5

2-36

8-15

41-14

26-2

4-4

65-13

15-10

29-33

21-41

2-51

2-6

42-39

28-9

39-18

7-1

24-23

33-7

7-1

31-29

47-17

22-19

23-37

38-12

41-19

21-7

42-7

66-0

50-18

48-26

15-23

28-31

38-19

41-36 78-7

41-22

49-46

30-19 25-27

15-50

24-9

7-1

41-27

49-22

7-1

29-33

52-8

3-5

REGULAR SEASON VS. U Sports SCHOOLS Year

LTN

1971

40-25

LOY

* - 1-0 forfeit win over York due to use of ineligible player (1979) * - 1-0 forfeit win over Toronto due to use of ineligible player (1994)

Guelph REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD

CON

13-26

1974 1975

14-37

2000

Guelph PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

SF

Yates

2007

MAC 25-21

WLU 38-31

UWO 21-34

2008

OTT 37-42

2009

UWO 18-37

2010

WLU 10-42 QUE 42-39

MAC 13-30

2012 2013

WIN 31-21

UWO 51-26

MAc 15-20

2015

CAR 33-21

WES 23-17

GRYPHONS

Vanier

QUE 17-34

2014

2016

Bowl

MON 10-25

MAC 11-17

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2016 RESULTS:

Aug 28 Sept 5 Sept 17 Sept 24 Oct 1 Oct 6 Oct 14 Oct 22

Queen’s W, 37-18 York W, 74-3 @ Carleton W, 17-16 Waterloo W, 68-7 @ Western L, 45-26 @ Toronto W, 54-3 Guelph W, 27-25 @ Windsor W, 38-9

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2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 8 Toronto Sep 9 Carleton Sep 16 @ Queen’s Sep 23 @ Waterloo Sep 30 Western Oct 5 @ York Oct 14 @ Guelph Oct 21 McMaster

1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM


Laurier Golden Hawks 75 University Avenue West Waterloo, ON, N2L 3C5 Tel: (519) 884-0710

@WLUAthletics, @LaurierFootball www.laurierathletics.com Fax: (519) 884-0203

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

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

Jamie Howieson (519) 884-0710 ext. 3492 226-791-3579 (cell) jhowieson@wlu.ca

Home Field: Knight-Newbrough Field Capacity: 6,500 Official Colours: Purple and Gold Game Day Contact:

Jamie Howieson (226) 791-3579 Ari Grossman (226) 791-4089 Jon Kursikowski (519) 589-9501 Ted Collins (519) 589-9514 Phil Dolmage (519) 589-9515 University Stadium Attendant Desk (519) 884-0710 ext 3427

Golden Hawks Media:

The Record (519) 894-2231 The Cord (519) 884-0710 ext. 3564 Waterloo Chronicle (519) 886-2830 ext. 229 CTV Kitchener (519) 578-1313 570 AM NEWS (519) 743-6397

2016 Record: Regular Season: 7-1 • Playoffs: 2-0 • Yates Cup Champions Head Coach:

Michael Faulds (5th season) | (519) 884-0710 ext. 2180 | mfaulds@wlu.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Ron VanMoerkerke Associate Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator & Defensive Line Coach Dwayne Cameron Special Teams Coordinator, Recruiting Coordinator & Defensive Backs Coach Irv Daymond Offensive Line Coach Jackson Yanchus Running Backs Coach Will Finch Quarterbacks Coach Marcus Arkarakas Offensive Assistant Zach Scotto Offensive Line Assistant Coach Philip Edworthy Linebackers Assistant Coach Rohan Thompson Linebackers Coach Austin Reusch Defensive Backs & Special Teams Assistant Coach Darcy Segin Kicking Coach Mark Vanderdoelen Offensive Assistant Brayden Wray Offensive Assistant Taylor Smith Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Michael Knevel

80-134-1421

59.7%

11-2

Julien John

24-53-333

45.3%

3-6

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Eric Guiltinan

106-736

6.9

9

Levondre Gordon Osayi Iginuan receiving

73-637 61-356 REC–YDS

8.7 5.8 AVG

6 3 TD

Kurleigh Gittens Jr.

27-461

57.6

4

Brentyn Hall Marcus Arkarakas

24-558 15-193

23.3 12.9

2 1

Key Returning Players:

Michael Knevel QB Kurleigh Gittens Jr WR Levondre Gordon RB Godfrey Onyeka DB

Key Departures:

Nakas Onyeka LB Kwaku Boateng DL Eric Guiltinan RB Marcus Nese OL

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Nakas Onyeka

59.5-51-17

Godfrey Onyeka Malcolm Thompson Sacks Kwaku Boateng

40.5-35-11 28-25-6 total 6.5

Nakas Onyeka Interceptions

5.5 total

Malcolm Thompson

5

Godfrey Onyeka

4

2016 oua all-stars: FIRST TEAM:

Jalen Price DT Kwuaku Boateng DE Nakas Onyeka LB Malcolm Thompson DB Godfrey Onyeka CB

Second Team:

KICKING leaders Punts Nathan Mesher

ATT–YDS 41-1641

AVG 40.0

field Goals Nathan Mesher

ATT–Made–% 10-5-50%

Long 49

Jamie Lalonde Kurleigh Gittens Jr

C WR

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Kurleigh Gittens Jr. Julious Washington Punt returns Carson Ouellette

RET–YDS 13-362 4-128 RET–YDS 34-280

AVG 27.8 32.0 AVG 8.2

LONG 58 61 LONG 65

Kurleigh Gittens Jr.

26-303

11.7

92

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Laurier


Year

GUE

MAC

OTT

QUE

TOR

WAT

2007

CAR

37-27

36-26

15-27

23-4

53-10

35-3

2008

15-13

50-31

22-21

7-41

2009

21-14

30-14

25-27

25-13

36-0

2010

36-2

24-26

21-44

44-23

0-1*

2011

15-10

6-25

16-51

35-58

2012

19-22

0-43

35-27

16-42

0-19

7-21

5-28

34-40

36-41

10-27

19-30

21-30

2013 2014

53-3

2015 2016

17-16

65-30

27-25

38-23

37-18

20-31

WSR

YRK

Record

48-17

31-10

7-1

33-18

50-13

6-2

7-30

37-20

1-46

56-16

68-14

4-4

69-3

28-34

40-41

46-7

3-5

12-0

3-56

24-20

3-5

20-27

41-10

24-45

25-26 OT

20-33

1-7

53-17

44-0

20-61

34-39

27-10

4-4

42-0

9-59

18-22

38-21

4-4

68-7

26-45

38-9

74-3

7-1

49-26 54-3

29-18

UWO

6-2

REGULAR SEASON VS. U SPORTS SCHOOLS Year

* - 1-0 forfeit loss to Toronto due to use of ineligible player (2010)

Laurier REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD

LOY

1973 1974

21-10

1999

18-19

2000

Laurier PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

SF

Yates

GUE 31-38

UWO 21-34

MAC 29-0

UWO 28-36

2007 2008

Bowl

Vanier

UWO 16-26

2009 2010

GUE 42-10

2011

QUE 10-14

2012

QUE 0-34

2014

UWO 10-25

2015

MAC 29-15

2016

Golden Hawks

OTT 31-32

WES 18-32 MAC 21-19

UWO 43-40

LAV 6-36

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2016 Yates Cup Champions Laurier Golden Hawks

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2016 Results:

Aug 28 Carleton W, 40-10 Sept 5 Toronto W 32-5 Sept 10 @ Ottawa L, 30-8 Sept 17 @ Waterloo W, 35-0 Oct 1 Guelph W, 27-15 Oct 7 Queen’s W, 36-6 Oct 15 @ York W, 64-2 Oct 22 @ Western L, 19-18

2017 Season Schedule:

Sep 3 @ Carleton Sep 9 Western Sep 16 Ottawa Sep 23 @ Guelph Sep 30 York Oct 5 @ Toronto Oct 14 Windsor Oct 21 @ Laurier

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7:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM


McMaster Marauders 1280 Main Street West Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1 Tel: (905) 525-9140

@McMasterSports www.marauders.ca Fax: (905) 526-1573

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Glen Grunwald Fraser Caldwell (905) 525-9140, ext. 23699 Tel: (905) 518-9937 caldwef@mcmaster.ca

Home Field: Ron Joyce Stadium Capacity: 5,500 Official Colours: Maroon and Grey Game Day Contact:

Stadium Phone (905) 525-9140 ext. 20369

MARAUDERS Media:

Hamilton Spectator (905) 526-3222 The Silhouette (905) 525-9140 ext. 27117 CHCH TV (905) 522-1101 ext. 2210 CHML AM 900 (905) 521-9900 CFMU 93.3 FM (905) 525-9140 Cable 14 (905) 523-1414 ext. 33

2016 Record: Regular Season: 6-2 • Playoffs: 1-1 • Lost in Semifinals to Laurier Head Coach:

Greg Knox (2nd season) | (905) 525-9140, ext. 23276 | knoxg2@mcmaster.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Tom Flaxman - Offensive Coordinator Kyle Quinlan - Co-Offensive Coordinator Rob Underhill - Special Teams Coordinator Frank Gesztesi - Recruiting Coordinator/Linebakers Eric Boyd - Manager of Football Ops Tom Pain - Linebackers Carm Genovese - Defensive Line Jeff Robertshaw - Defensive Line Joey Cupido - Defensive Line Mike Daly - Defensive Assistant Anthony Allwood - Special Teams Assistant Dana Segin - Kickers/Punters Jim Moore - Offensive Line Brian Brock - Offensive Line Mike Warner - Offensive Line & Tight Ends Al Anonech - Receivers Larry Guarascia - Running Backs Chris Pezzetta - Running Backs Asher Hastings - Quarterbacks Jon Brown - Strength & Conditioning

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 23


Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Asher Hastings

150-233-1915

64.4%

11-5

Dylan Astrom

7-10-107

70.0%

0-0

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Chris Pezzetta Jordan Lyons

120-701 42-251

5.8 6.0

5 0

Kingsley Amankwaa

28-158

5.6

1

receiving

REC–YDS

AVG

TD

Daniel Vandervoort

34-631

18.6

5

Max Cameron Daniel Petermann

25-341 49-504

13.6 10.3

4 1

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Robbie Yochim

40.5-35-11

Mike Kashak Eric Mazzalira Sacks Mike Kashak Fabion Foote

29.5-26-7 33.5-25-15 total 11.5 4

Interceptions Aaron Clark

total 3

Robbie Yochim 4 Players Tied

3 2

Key Returning Players:

Dan Petermann WR Cody Speller OL Adam Preocanin K/P Mark Mackie DE Jake Heathcote LB Robbie Yochim CB

Key Departures:

Danny Vandervoort WR Zach Intzandt OL Asher Hastings QB Mike Kashak DE

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Trew Dancey REC Tommy Nield REC Esaie Mboko REC Pascal D’Ambrosio OL

KICKING leaders Punts Adam Preocanin

ATT–YDS 59-2263

AVG 38.4

field Goals Adam Preocanin

ATT–Made–% 33-25-76%

Long 50

2016 oua all-stars

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Aaron Baker Tyson Middlemost

RET–YDS 9-274 4-71

AVG 30.4 17.8

LONG 103 23

Punt returns

RET-YDS

AVG

LONG

Mitch Garland Aaron Baker

19-216 15-169

11.4 11.3

85 63

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First Team: Danny Vandervoort REC Zach Intzandt G Mike Kashak DE Robbie Yochim CB Adam Preocanin K Second Team: Daniel Petermann REC Hassan Barry DT

McMaster


McMaster REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD Year

GUE

OTT

QUE

TOR

WAT

UWO

WLU

2007

CAR

37-36

7-60

20-24

39-11

39-23

22-15

26-36

2008

32-31

19-22

11-35

27-19

17-30

2009

32-29

7-8

21-3

52-21

2010

43-35

35-43

23-18

40-21

2011

37-13

51-24

26-2

50-14

46-20

21-48

25-6

21-19

2012

50-9

45-16

33-20

68-21

33-27

43-0

39-18

22-24

51-24

24-31

66-3

15-58

28-5

28-19

2013

45-3

2014

37-17

2015 2016

40-10

34-27

18-38

23-33

57-42

27-15

8-30

36-6

WSR

YRK

Record

40-16

5-3

31-50

40-11

53-0

4-4

42-35

14-30

15-14

49-8

6-2

19-50

26-24

39-3

64-6

6-2

66-0

32-29

27-10

55-33

55-7

24-46

30-21

32-5

35-0

18-19

44-19

7-1 54-14

8-0

41-27

5-3

49-2

7-1

67-10

6-2

64-2

6-2

REGULAR SEASON VS. U SPORTS SCHOOLS Year

BIS

LAV

1971 1973 1974

10-18

1999 2000

6-49 37-1

McMaster PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

2007

GUE 21-25

2008

WLU 0-29

SF

2009

OTT 27-15

QUE 6-32

2010

QUE 40-19

UWO 28-34

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

2011

QUE 40-13

UWO 41-19

ACA 45-21

LVL 41-38

2012

UWO 42-28

GUE 30-13

CAL 45-6

LVL 14-37

GUE 20-15

MTA 24-12

MTL 19-20

2013

OTT 41-7

OTT 41-32

2014 2015

WLU 15-29

2016

GUE 17-11

Marauders

UWO 3-32

WLU 19-21

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2016 Results:

Sept 5 Sept 10 Sept 17 Sept 24 Oct 1 Oct 7 Oct 15 Oct 22

@ Waterloo W, 65-1 McMaster W, 30-8 Guelph W, 31-28 @ Windsor W, 41-18 @ Carleton L, 43-23 York W, 54-20 Western L, 68-17 @ Queen’s W, 42-41

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2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 27 Sep 4 Sep 9 Sep 16 Sep 23 Sep 30 Oct 14 Oct 21

@ Guelph Queen’s @ York @ McMaster Windsor Carleton Waterloo @ Western

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


ottawa gee-gees 801 King Edward Ave (E204) Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Tel: (613) 562-5800

@uOttawaGeeGees www.geegees.ca Fax: (613) 562-5255

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Sue Hylland Jen Elliott shylland@uottawa.ca (613) 608-4574 sportinfo@uottawa.ca

Home Field: Gee-Gees Field Capacity: 4,152 Official Colours: Garnet and Grey Game Day Contact:

Jen Elliott – (613) 608-4574

GEE-GEES Media:

Ottawa Sun (613) 739-5177 Ottawa Citizen (613) 829-9100 Le Droit (613) 562-0111 CTV Ottawa (613) 224-1313 CBC Ottawa (613) 288-6000 TSN Radio (613) 750-1200

2016 Record: Regular Season: 6-2 • Playoffs 0-1 • Lost in quarter-finals to Carleton Head Coach:

Jamie Barresi (5th season) | (613) 562-5800 ext. 6339 | jbarresi@uottawa.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Jean-Vincent Posy-Audette – Defensive Coordinator Nathan Taylor – Special Teams Coordinator, Recruiting Coordinator Carl Tolmie – Offensive Line Coach Phil Roberts - Line Backers Coach David Miller Johnston – Kicking Coach Aaron Geisler – Receivers Coach Scott Westlake – Running Backs Coach Daniel Massey – Defensive Line Coach Brett Smith – Offensive Line Assistant Mike White - Defensive Backs Coach Aaron Colbon - Offensive Assistant Shavin Fernando - Offensive Assistant Dominic Code - Defensive Assistant

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 27


Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Derek Wendel

232-347-2935

66.9%

22-10

Victor Twynstra

8-12-150

66.7%

1-0

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Bryce Vieira

91-499

5.5

2

Derek Wendel Greg Cherniak receiving

40-294 27-138 REC–YDS

7.3 5.1 AVG

3 2 TD

Mitchell Baines

65-984

15.1

8

Tyler McLaren Bryce Vieira

28-435 41-391

15.5 9.5

1 4

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Ty Cranston Khadim Mbaye Jackson Bennett Sacks Sam Randazzo 3 Players Tied

54-44-20 42.5-34-17 38-33-10 total 5.5 2

Interceptions Cody Cranston 3 Players Tied

total 3 1

Key Returning Players:

Lewis Ward K Bryce Vieira RB/REC Ty Cranston DB Jackson Bennett LB

Key Departures:

Derek Wendel QB Mitchell Baines REC Sam Randazzo DL Osas Obas DL

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Bryan Latouche OL Tanner Bishop OL James Peter LB Zach Hynna REC

2016 oua all-stars:

First Team:

Derek Wendel Mitchell Baines

KICKING leaders Punts Dominic Bellardini

ATT–YDS 57-2001

AVG 35.1

field Goals Lewis Ward

ATT–Made–% 24-20-83%

Long 51

QB REC

Second Team:

Jackson Bennett LB Lewis Ward K

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Jackson Bennett Donald Shaw Punt returns

RET–YDS 16-257 7-127 RET–YDS

AVG 16.1 18.1 AVG

LONG 36 32 LONG

Kalem Beaver Cody Cranston

30-127 16-99

4.2 6.2

33 26

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Ottawa


Year

CAR

2007

GUE

MAC

QUE

TOR

31-23

60-7

13-12

50-7

22-19

16-38

39-30

59-0

8-20

35-15

45-11

2008

WAT

UWO

WLU

WSR

YRK

Record

35-30

27-15

43-2

53-14

8-0

31-35

21-22

38-40

71-3

4-4

17-32

27-25

24-9

54-31

6-2

20-19

44-21

23-14

45-3

7-1

32-30

65-12

5-3

18-63

36-47

2-6

45-15

46-16

5-3

39-29

51-7

5-3

2009

50-26

2010

54-11

43-35

27-25

40-35

2011

35-8

24-51

19-6

41-0

13-41

16-51

16-45

25-32

34-6

61-0

29-32

24-51

21-36

34-10

44-32

27-83

51-10

2012 2013

35-10

2014

31-33

7-42

38-18

37-30

41-25

2015

45-48 2OT

26-48

42-57

41-17

45-9

2016

23-43

31-28

30-8

42-41

19-63 65-1

27-35

30-65

17-68

52-24 41-18

3-5 54-20

6-2

** - participated in OQIFC * forfeit

Ottawa REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD

Ottawa PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

2008

GUE 42-37

2009

MAC 15-27

2010 2011

WSR 33-50

2013

MAC 7-41

2014

WSR 46-29

2016

CAR 9-45

Gee-Gees

SF

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

UWO16-23

2007

QUE 23-13

UWO 17-31

WLU 32-31

UWO 25-26

MAC 31-42

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 29


2016 results:

Aug 28 @ Laurier L, 37-18 Sept 10 @ Guelph L, 38-29 Sept 17 Western L, 27-13 Sept 24 Toronto W, 20-5 Oct 1 @ Waterloo W, 54-20 Oct 7 @ McMaster L, 36-6 Oct 15 Windsor W, 55-5 Oct 22 Ottawa L, 42-41 OT

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2017 SEASON SCHEDULE:

Aug 26 Carleton Sep 4 @ Ottawa Sep 16 Laurier Sep 23 @ Western Sep 30 @ Windsor Oct 5 Waterloo Oct 14 York Oct 21 @ Toronto

1:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM


Queen’s Gaels 284 Earl Street Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6 Tel: (613) 533-6000

@queensgaels www.gogaelsgo.com Fax: (613) 545-6478

Executive Director of Athletics: Sports Information:

Leslie Dal Cin (613) 533-6000, ext. 74720 athletic@queensu.ca

Shawn MacDonald (613) 533-6000, ext. 36990 (613) 484-6763 (cell) comm.sio@queensu.ca

Home Field: Richardson Stadium Capacity: 8,500 Official Colours: Gold, Blue and Red Game Day Contact:

Shawn MacDonald 613-484-6763 (cell) Brittany Jennings 613-453-0804 (cell)

GAELS Media:

Whig Standard 613-544-5000 CFRC 101.9 FM 613-533-2121 Queen’s Journal 613-533-6711 CKWS 613-544-2340 Station14 613-766-0714

2016 Record: Regular Season: 3-5 • Did not qualify for playoffs Head Coach:

Pat Sheahan (18th season) | (613) 533-6000 ext. 36287 | fbcoach@queensu.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Greg Marshall – Defensive Coordinator Ben D’Andrea – Assistant Coach, Defence/Special Teams Coordinator Alex Vertullo – Assistant Coach, Offence Mark Magee – Running Backs Coach Scott Stinson – Tight Ends Coach Shawn Gifford – Offensive Line Coach Devan Sheahan – Receivers Coach Allen Champagne – Defensive Line Coach Don Sweet – Kicking Coach Dave Lavey - Assistant Randy Richert - Assistant Glen Williamson – Recruiting Staff Ron Augustine – Recruiting Staff Ralph Wightman – Recruiting Staff

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 31


Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Nate Hobbs

141-237-1739

59.5%

9-13

Kyle Gouveia

23-34-215

67.6%

2-0

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Jonah Pataki

148-814

5.5

7

Nate Hobbs Chris Osei-Kusi receiving

34-220 14-160 REC–YDS

6.5 11.4 AVG

2 1 TD

Chris Osei-Kusi

40-547

13.7

0

Matteo Del Brocco Ryan Keays

30-379 17-225

12.6 13.2

4 1

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Nelkas Kwemo Mike Moore Zac Sauer Sacks Zac Sauer James Donald Nelkas Kwemo

45-39-12 47-38-18 35.5-30-11 total 4.5 4 3.5

Interceptions Wesley Mann

total 5

Nicholas Fraser-Greene

4

Key Departures:

Luke McQuilkin LB Eric Dodwell FB Stewart Anoya OL Peter Hannon REC

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Sakhia Kwemo Konner Burtenshaw Nolan Bedard David Morton

REC RB RB DL

2016 oua all-stars:

KICKING Leaders Punts Nick Liberatore

ATT–YDS 47-1576

AVG 33.5

field Goals Nick Liberatore

ATT–Made–% 17-15-88%

Long 46

Special teams Leaders

Key Returning Players:

Nate Hobbs QB Jonah Pataki RB Nelkas Kwemo LB Jake Firlotte DB

Second Team:

Zac Sauer DE Wesley Mann FS Dominic Ciraco RC

Kickoff returns Chris Osei-Kusi John Pataki Punt returns

RET–YDS 6-158 4-78 RET–YDS

AVG 26.3 19.5 AVG

LONG 79 37 LONG

Nicholas Fraser-Greene

45-298

6.6

46

Chris Mackey

11-75

6.8

26

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Queen’s


Queen’s REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD GUE

MAC

OTT

TOR

WAT

UWO

WLU

WSR

2007

CAR

26-14

24-20

12-13

54-24

45-0

26-20 OT

4-23

38-3

2008

41-30

35-11

38-16

58-14

38-22

43-16

41-7

80-0

8-0

2009

52-49

8-7

20-8

43-21

27-26

13-25

42-13

67-0

7-1

2010

15-21

18-23

25-27

66-1

10-46

23-44

40-7

52-14

3-5

2-26

6-19

13-6

37-0

58-35

27-14

63-3

6-2

20-33

32-25

35-7

18-11

42-16

24-7

48-13

6-2

31-50

40-34

2011 28-33

2012 2013

2014

37-15

2015

34-24

2016

53-0

37-23

31-24

36-21

0-66

19-28

30-37 17-41

37-18

47-24

25-48

49-26

6-36

41-42

20-5

54-20

13-27

18-37

23-15 29-38

78-21 48-27

12-43

YRK

Record 6-2

49-34

52-1

7-1

0-1 (forfeit)

57-10

3-5

33-32 55-5

5-3

** - participated in OQIFC

Year

3-5

Queen’s PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

2007

UWO 19-27

SF

MAC 32-6

2009 2010

MAC 19-40

2011

WLU 14-10

MAC 13-40

2012

WLU 34-0

GUE 39-42 GUE 34-17

2013

Gaels

Bowl

Vanier

UWO 43-39

LAV 33-30

CGY 33-31

OTT 13-23

2008

2015

Yates

UWO 22-51

CAR 8-39

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 33


2016 Results:

Aug 28 Sept 5 Sept 10 Sept 17 Sept 24 Oct 1 Oct 6 Oct 15

@ Guelph L, 41-22 @ McMaster L, 32-5 Carleton L, 65-7 York W, 45-18 @ Queen’s L, 20-5 @ Windsor L, 51-30 @ Laurier L, 54-3 Waterloo W, 38-7

34 • 2017 oua Football Media Guide

2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 27 Sep 4 Sep 9 Sep 16 Sep 23 Oct 5 Oct 14 Oct 21

@ Laureir Windsor @ Waterloo Guelph @ York McMaster @ Carleton Queen’s

1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM


Toronto

Varsity Blues 100 Devonshire Pl. Toronto, ON, M5S 2C9 Tel: (416) 978-3443

@varsity_blues www.varsityblues.ca Fax: (416) 971-2118

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Beth Ali (416) 978-7379 beth.ali@utoronto.ca

Jill Clark (416) 978-4263 (416) 938-1620 (cell) jill.clark@utoronto.ca

Home Field: Varsity Centre Capacity: 5,000 Official Colours: Blue and White Game Day Contact:

Mary Beth Challoner (416) 946-5131 (416) 407-3538 (cell)

Varsity Blues Media:

Toronto Star (416) 869-4361 Toronto Sun (416) 947-2266 The Varsity (416) 946-7600 Sportsnet Radio FAN 590 (416) 935-0590

2016 Record: Regular Season: 2-6• Did not qualify for playoffs Head Coach:

Greg Gary (7th Season) | (416) 978-2744 | greg.gary@utoronto.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Bob Mullen Defensive Coordinator & Defensive Backs Coach Mark Surya Offensive Coordinator Donnavan Carter Special Teams Coordinator & Linebackers Coach Joe Cappiello Recruiting Coordinator & Defensive Line Coach Gord Gallimore Academic Support Coordinator & Defensive Backs Assistant Peter Woo Offensive Line Coach Brent Weir Offensive Line Coach Manfred Sittmann Quarterbacks Coach Ozzie Blackett Running Backs Coach Ross Asaro Fullbacks Coach Paul de Pass Receivers Coach Lawrence Hopper Offensive Assistant Billy Pavlopoulos Kicking Coach Adrian Lightowler Strength & Conditioning Head Coach

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 35


Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Marcus Hobbs

129-244-1861

52.9%

4-11

Calvin Vaughan

6-15-0

40.0 %

0-0

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Alex Malone

93-478

5.1

0

Kaleb Leach Marcus Hobbs

53-333 47-206

6.3 4.4

2 7

receiving

REC–YDS

AVG

TD

Rahul Madan

45-736

16.4

2

Anthony Naccarato Albert Awachie

35-607 13-134

17.3 10.3

2 0

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Adrian Bernard Brittley Mokube Michael Leslie Sacks

47.5-34-27 44-36-16 43-37-12 total

Michael Leslie 5 Players Tied Interceptions Richard Gillespie Jamal Johnson

4 1 total 5 2

Key Returning Players:

Divante Smith RB Danny Sprukulis OL Corey Williams LB TJ Morton P

Key Departures:

Marcus Hobbs QB Adrian Bernard LB Rahul Madan WR Jaiden McBride DB

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Connor Ennis QB Will Corby WR Jaykwon Thompson WR Clay Reid-Matthews DB

KICKING Leaders Punts TJ Morton

ATT–YDS 76-3214

AVG 42.3

field Goals Ryan Grandell

ATT–Made–% 8-6-75%

Long 34

2016 oua all-stars:

First Team:

TJ Morton

Second Team:

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Kaleb Leach

RET–YDS 19-318

AVG 16.7

LONG 48

Jaiden Hyland-Bennett

5-91

18.2

41

Punt returns Rowan Comish

RET–YDS 17-125

AVG 7.4

LONG 33

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Rahul Madan

P REC

Toronto


Year

CAR

GUE

2007

MAC

OTT

QUE

WAT

UWO

WLU

WSR

YRK

Record

11-39

7-50

24-54

17-42

1-44

10-53

21-42

20-21

0-8

14-58

18-17

15-56

14-38

58-7

2-6

7-30

0-47

0-36

3-30

45-27

1-7

23-35

1-0*

17-26

24-19

3-5

2008

0-30

19-27

30-39

2009

25-53

3-21

15-35

2010

13-15

21-40

40-35

2011

21-12

14-50

0-41

6-13

6-45

9-21

5-38

10-8

2-6

2012

29-31

6-34

7-35

40-26

7-62

19-0

4-55

24-36

2-6

11-26

56-35

4-4

70-0

2-6

8-7

40-3

3-5

30-51

45-18

2-6

1-66

2013

50-10

12-38

10-34

50-18

14-50

27-20

2014

32-53

18-50

25-41

27-48

61-13

15-63

17-53

2015

15-19

9-45

18-37

34-0

2-58

2016

7-65

5-20

38-7

33-55 22-41

5-32

3-54

REGULAR SEASON VS. U Sports SCHOOLS Year

LTN

1971

63-0

MCG 48-21

1974

Toronto PLAYOFF RECORD Year

* - 1-0 forfeit loss to Guelph due to use of ineligible player (1994) * - 1-0 forfeit win vs Laurier due to use of ineligible player (2010)

Toronto REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD

SF

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

1974

QF

CAR 30-0

OTT 24-21

SMU 45-1

UWO 15-19

1975

CON 43-24

OTT 7-14

1977

WLU 11-25

1979

UWO 15-28

1980

WLU 0-30

1981

GUE 18-35

1982

MAC 28-6

UWO 21-50 MAC 20-16

1983

GUE 33-7

1988

UWO 3-42

1989

GUE 14-13

UWO 20-50

1990

WSR 32-6

UWO 31-46

1991

UWO 35-48

1992

GUE 17-31

1993

WLU 27-20

1994

UWO 44-56

1995

WLU 8-32

Varsity Blues

UWO 24-16

QUE 7-22

CON 26-16

CGY 37-34

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 37


2017 Argo Cup @ York University Sept. 23rd 1:00 PM

38 • 2017 oua Football Media Guide


2017 oua Football Media Guide • 39


2016 Results:

Aug 28 @ York L 57-13 Sept 5 Ottawa L 65-1 Sept 10 @ Western L 75-14 Sept 17 McMaster L 35-0 Sept 24 @ Laurier L 68-7 Oct 1 Queen’s L 54-20 Oct 15 @ Toronto L 38-7 Oct 24 Caleton L 43-15

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2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 27 @ Windsor Sept 4 York Sept 9 Toronto Sept 16 @ Carleton Sept 23 Laurier Sept 30 Guelph Oct 5 @ Queen’s Oct 14 @ Ottawa

1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 1:00pm 6:30 pm 1:00pm


Waterloo Warriors 200 University Ave. W Waterloo, ON, N2L 3G1 Tel: (519) 888-4567

@WlooWarriors www.gowarriorsgo.ca Fax: (519) 746-2283

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Roly Webster Dan Ackerman (519) 888-4567 ext 33663 (519) 888-4567 ext 35689 roly.webster@uwaterloo.ca (519) 501-8581 (cell) dgackerm@uwaterloo.ca

Home Field: Warrior Field Capacity: 5,400 Official Colours: Black and Gold Game Day Contact:

Dan Ackerman (519) 501-8581

Warriors Media:

The Record (519) 894-2231 Waterloo Chronicle (519) 886-2830 CTV Kitchener (519) 578-1314 Rogers Television (519) 894-8148 570 NEWS (519) 743-6397

2016 Record: Regular Season: 0-8 • Did not qualify for playoffs Head Coach:

Chris Bertoia (3rd season) | (519) 888-4567 ext. 38262 | c2bertoia@uwaterloo.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Darrell Adams – Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator Marshall Bingeman– Running Backs Coach/Associate Coach Matt Fraser – Offensive Line Coach Brendan Conway – Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers Coach John Behie – Pass Game Coordinator Ryan Loveday – Offensive Assistant/Game Day Coordinator Andy McGregor – Receivers Coach Rob McMurren – Defensive Line Coach John Sullivan – Defensive Backs Coach Jykine Bradley – Defensive Assistant

2017 oua Football Media Guide • 41


Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Lucas McConnell

91-212-1245

42.9%

4-10

Ethan Belbeck

12-35-126

34.3%

0-4

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Dion Pellerin

60-276

4.6

2

Brandon Metz Lucas McConnell

59-158 12-82

2.7 6.8

0 0

receiving

REC–YDS

AVG

TD

Tyler Ternowski

22-390

17.7

4

Adam Felinczak Rihmond Nketiah

20-263 20-230

13.2 11.5

0 1

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Kuris Gray Jordan Hoover Lucas Merlin Sacks Kurtis Gray

60.5-48-25 44-39-10 42-36-12 total 4.5

Brandon Corelli

2

Interceptions 6 Players Tied

total 1

Key Returning Players:

Mitch Kernick WR Jesse Gibbon OL Richmond Nketiah WR Ben Koczwara OL Kurtis Gray LB Michael Reid LB Brandon Corelli LB

Key Departures:

Jordon Hoover DB Nick Norwood LB Adam Felinczak WR Colin Dunn FB

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Tre Ford QB Tyrell Ford DB Gordon Lam WR Spencer Andrews OL Rushon Dagelmon WR Justin Henderson QB Riley Vandenhogan OL

KICKING leaders Punts Caleb Girard

ATT–YDS 80-2709

AVG 33.9

field Goals Caleb Girard

ATT–Made–% 6-4-67%

Long 32

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Connor Sergeant Tyler Ternowski Punt returns

RET–YDS 19-334 18-315 RET–YDS

AVG 17.6 17.5 AVG

LONG 35 31 LONG

Tyler Ternowski Brandon Metz

12-113 17-71

9.4 4.2

30 14

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Waterloo


Waterloo REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD Year

GUE

MAC

2007

CAR

8-41

23-39

OTT

QUE

TOR

WLU

UWO

WSR

YRK

Record

0-45

42-17

3-35

3-37

26-23

18-15

2008

22-37

30-17

2-6

0-59

22-38

17-18

23-38

3-49

30-29

2009

24-34

21-52

11-45

21-43

30-7

18-29

2011

13-65

20-46

2012

17-47

21-68

0-61

0-53

6-45

3-69

26-40

0-12

19-41

3-66

32-44

0-66

10-51

2-6

49-0

52-3

3-5

22-86

13-37

18-20

0-8

10-54

48-29

23-22

2-6

2010

2013

47-8

2014

14-33

2015

0-57

2016

15-43

7-78

21-78

7-55 0-35

1-65

18-50

10-41

13-61

0-44

24-47

0-34

0-42

20-54

7-38

7-68

11-78 3-69

14-75

1-7

4-63

32-31

1-7

14-44

14-23

0-8

13-57

0-8

REGULAR SEASON VS. U Sports SCHOOLS CON

BIS

1974

MCG

13-13 18-19 27-25

2000

Waterloo PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

SF

1978

WLU 23-30

1989

UWO 7-49

1991

WLU 5-35

1994

WLU 26-29 OT

1995

UWO 22-23

1996

WLU 26-23 OT

Yates

GUE 13-23

1997

WLU 45-6

UWO 30-10

1998

WLU 10-32

UWO 41-47

1999

UWO 35-21

WLU 32-21

2000

MAC 20-44

2001

MAC 11-19

2002

QUE 14-51

2003

MAC 7-70

Warriors

Bowl

OTT 0-1*

SMU 14-21

Vanier

* - 0-1 forfeit loss to Ottawa due to use of ineligible player (1997)

Year 1971

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2016 Results:

Aug 28 Windsor W, 78-6 Sept 4 @ Carleton L, 38-31 Sept 10 Waterloo W, 75-14 Sept 17 @ Queen’s W, 27-13 Sept 24 @ Guelph W, 50-16 Oct 1 Laurier W, 45-26 Oct 15 @ Ottawa W, 68-17 Oct 22 McMaster W, 19-18

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2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 27 @ York Sep 4 Guelph Sep 9 @ McMaster Sep 16 @ Windsor Sep 23 Queen’s Sep 30 @ Laurier Oct 6 Carleton Oct 21 Ottawa

1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM


Western Mustangs 1151 Richmond Street Western Student Recreation Centre Tel: (519) 661-2111

@WesternMustangs www.westernmustangs.ca Fax: (519) 661-3937

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Christine Stapleton Tony von Richter (519) 661-2111 ext. 88448 (519) 661-2111 ext. 83089 cstaple2@uwo.ca (519) 709-1858 (cell) tvonrich@uwo.ca Home Field: TD Stadium Capacity: 8,000 Official Colours: Purple, White, and Silver Game Day Contact: Dan Durack (Events) - (519) 495-7457 (cell) Tony von Richter (Media) - (519) 709-1858 (cell) Mustangs Media: London Free Press (519) 679-1111 CTV London (519) 686-8810 CJBK Radio (519) 686-6397 CHRW Radio (519) 661-3601

2016 Record: Regular Season: 7-1 • Playoffs: 1-1 • Lost in Yates Cup to Laurier Head Coach:

Greg Marshall (11th season) | (519) 661-2111 ext: 80516 | gmarsha@uwo.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Paul Gleason - Defensive Coordinator Steve Snyder - Offensive Coordinator/Receivers Coach Adrian Kaiser - Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers Coach Chris Marcus - Recruiting Coordinator/Academic Advisor Jean-Paul Circelli - Offensive Line Coach Joe Circelli - Fullbacks & Tight Ends Coach Jamie Bone - Quarterbacks Coach Paul Sguigna - Running Backs Coach Glen Mills - Defensive Line Coach PJ Edgeworth - Defensive Backs Coach Darryl Wheeler - Kicking Coach Jack Frimeth - Assistant Offinsive Line Coach Josh Malekzadeh - Video Coordinator/Assistant Receivers Coach Brian Burgess - Assistant Special Teams Coach Dr. Kevin Willits - Assistant Defensive Backs Coach/Orthopedic Surgeon Jeff Watson - Strength and Conditioning Coach Dr. Tony Cogliano - Team Physician Rob Walsh - Athletic Therapist

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Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Chris Merchant

107-161-1720

66.5%

14-5

Stevenson Bone

39-68-456

57.4%

3-0

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Alex Taylor

149-987

6.6

10

Chris Merchant Cedric Joseph

45-338 41-227

7.5 5.5

3 4

receiving

REC–YDS

AVG

TD

George Johnson

35-576

16.5

5

Harry McMaster Brett Ellerman

23-355 16-339

15.4 21.2

2 2

tot–solo–ast

Philippe Dion

53.5-37-33

Jean-Gabriel Poulin Fraser Sopik Sacks John Biewald

39.5-27-25 32-28-8 total 7

2 Players Tied Interceptions Malcolm Brown

2.5 total 2

7 Players Tied

1

Key Departures:

Malcolm Brown DB George Johnson REC Sean Jamieson OL John Biewald DE

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

defensive Leaders Tackles

Key Returning Players:

Chris Merchant QB Alex Taylor RB Jean-Gabriel Poulin LB Gregoire Bouchard OL

Austin Miller DL Dimitri Pronko OL Daniel Valente DB Jake Andrews DB

2016 oua all-stars:

KICKING leaders Punts

ATT–YDS

AVG

Marc Liegghio

43-1576

36.7

field Goals Marc Liegghio

ATT–Made–% 27-22-81%

Long 46

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Alex Taylor Mitchell Smiley Punt returns

RET–YDS 13-246 3-84 RET–YDS

AVG 18.9 28.0 AVG

LONG 31 41 LONG

Mackenzie Ferguson

37-350

12.3

44

Cole Majoros

10-93

9.3

26

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First Team: Alex Taylor RB Tom Marshall FB George Johnson REC Matt Van Praet C Sean Jamieson T Gregoire Bouchard G Rupert Butcher DT Jean-Gabriel Poulin LB Nick Vanin LB Jesse McNair FS Malcolm Brown DB Fraser Sopik RC Second Team: David Brown T John Biewald DE Simon Bahru CB Marc Liegghio K

Western


Western REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD Year

GUE

MAC

OTT

QUE

TOR

WAT

2007

17-31

15-22

30-35

20-26 OT

44-1

37-3

2008

47-16

35-31

16-43

56-15

49-3

2009

41-39

35-42

32-17

26-27

2010

15-8

50-19

19-20

46-10

2011

33-29

48-21

41-13

0-37

21-9

86-22

34-28

2012

39-42

27-33

32-29

11-18

62-7

54-10

56-3

46-23

58-15

83-27

45-24

51-23

50-10

8-0

61-20

43-21

61-0

6-2

59-9

76-7

74-10

45-26

78-6

2013

CAR

71-4 46-49

2014 2015

70-14

2016

31-38

50-16

29-32

WSR

YRK

Record

49-0

11-9

4-4

31-20

58-5

71-0

7-1

47-0

30-7

60-7

64-6

6-2

35-23

46-1

30-15

76-0

7-1

48-23

7-1

50-31

50-14

43-12

63-15 58-2

46-24

63-19

48-25

19-18

68-17

27-13

69-3

75-14

WLU

5-3

7-1

Western PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

2007

QUE 27-19

SF

2008 2009

GUE 37-18

Yates

Bowl

GUE 34-21

MTB 20-52

OTT 31-17

SMU 28-12

OTT 26-35

2011

MAC 19-41

QUE 51-22

CAL 3-44

WLU 25-10

2015

WLU 32-18

GUE 17-23

2016

CAR 51-24

WLU 40-43

Mustangs

LAV 13-11

WSR 56-35

2013 2014

LAV 21-44

QUE 39-43

2010

2012

Vanier

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2016 Results:

Aug 28 @ Western L, 78-6 Sept 5 Guelph W, 33-29 Sept 10 @ York L, 56-32 Sept 24 Ottawa L, 41-18 Oct 1 Toronto W, 51-30 Oct 7 @ Carleton L, 53-10 Oct 15 @ Queen’s L, 55-5 Oct 22 Laurier L, 38-9

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2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 27 Sep 4 Sep 9 Sep 16 Sep 23 Sep 30 Oct 14 Oct 21

Waterloo @ Toronto @ Guelph Western @ Ottawa Queen’s @ McMaster York

1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM


Windsor Lancers 401 Sunset Ave. Windsor, ON, N9B 3P4 Tel: (519) 253-3000

@WindsorLancers www.goLancers.ca Fax: (519) 973-7058

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Mike Havey Elisa Mitton (519) 253-3000 ext. 2437 (519) 253-3000 ext. 2447 havey@uwindsor.ca emitton@uwindsor.ca

Home Field: Alumni Field Capacity: 2,000 Official Colours: Blue and Gold Game Day Contact:

Elisa Mitton (519) 984-6302 (cell)

Lancers Media:

The Windsor Star (519) 255-5784 The Lance (519) 253-3000 ext 3923 CKLW AM 800 (519) 253-9494 CBC Television (519) 255-3462 CBC Radio (519) 255-3558 CTV Windsor (519) 977-7432 Cogeco (519) 966-6677

2016 Record: Regular Season: 2-6 • Missed Playoffs Head Coach:

Joe D’Amore (7th season) | (519) 253-3000 ext. 2462 | jdamore1@uwindsor.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Peter Fraser – Defensive Coordinator Vince Flamia – Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs Austin Kennedy – Quarterbacks/Co-Offensive Coordinator Chris Church – Offensive Line Coach John Purcell – Linebackers Coach J.P. Levac – Linebackers/Scout Offense Jordan Brescacin – Co-Wide Receivers Coach Evan Pszczonak – Co-Wide Receivers Coach Jeff Green – Kicking Coach Jeremy Rogers – Defensive Line Assistant Randy Beardy – Offensive Line Assistant/Football Operations

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Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Casey Wright

69-146-942

47.3%

7-5

Jalen Brady

64-98-702

65.5%

1-4

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Tarrence Crawford

166-884

5.3

6

Nick Vincent Casey Wright

28-179 24-122

6.4 5.1

1 1

receiving

REC–YDS

AVG

TD

Cassell Jones

27-390

14.4

2

Tarrence Crawford Gjervon Williams

24-239 20-234

10.0 11.7

0 0

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Frank Renaud Daniel Metcalfe Tarik Bonas Sacks Courtney Ellis Fraser Olson 2 Players Tied

59.5-44-31 57-35-44 38-31-14 total 2.5 2.5 2

Interceptions 4 Players Tied

total 1

Key Returning Players:

Matt Gayer LB Courtney Ellis DE Brett Boersma OL Drew Desjarlais OL

Key Departures:

Randy Beardy OL Joe Iatzko LB Tarrence Crawford RB Frank Renaud LB

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Ben Bergamin QB Patrick Douangchantha DB Lindon Izvej OL Adetayo Adeyeye LB

2016 oua all-stars: second Team: Randy Beardy T

KICKING leaders Punts Clark Green

ATT–YDS 62-2275

AVG 36.7

field Goals Clark Green

ATT–Made–% 17-11-65%

Long 41

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Kaeden Walls Evan Martin Punt returns

RET–YDS 21-459 9-214 RET–YDS

AVG 21.9 23.8 AVG

LONG 71 55 LONG

Spencer Trinier

10-74

7.4

19

Cassell Jones

9-31

3.4

9

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Windsor


Year

CAR

GUE

2007

10-36

2008

8-34

MAC

OTT

QUE

TOR

WAT

WLU

UWO

YRK

Record

2-43

3-38

42-21

23-26

48-17

0-49

59-0

2-6

38-14

29-30

18-33

5-58

40-7

4-4

0-49

20-37

7-60

17-14

2-6

16-56

15-30

61-15

2-6

40-15

5-3

26-22

3-5

11-40

40-38

14-15

9-24

13-42

30-3

2010

14-41

3-39

14-23

7-40

26-17

2011

41-21

21-19

30-32

14-27

5-38

37-13

2012

9-28

18-39

63-18

7-24

55-4

29-48

26-11

78-11

26-25 OT

23-51

63-4

39-34

21-43

44-14

22-18

7-67

9-38

6-78

2009

2013

44-14

23-24

15-45

34-49

2014

18-21

9-24

39-29

1-0*

2015

16-62

27-41

2016

10-53

33-29

19-44

24-52 18-41

7-8 5-55

51-30

41-40 23-46

4-4 35-3

2-6 32-56

REGULAR SEASON VS. U Sports SCHOOLS Year

MCG

1999

15-47

5-3

2-6

* - 1-0 forfeit win vs Queen’s due to use of ineligible player (2014)

Windsor REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD

Windsor PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

SF

2011

OTT 50-33

UWO 27-33

2012

UWO 35-56

2013

GUE 21-31

2014

OTT 29-46

Lancers

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

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2016 Season Schedule:

Aug 28 Sept 5 Sept 10 Sept 17 Sept 24 Oct 7 Oct 15 Oct 22

Waterloo W, 57-13 @ Laurier L, 74-3 Windsor W, 56-32 @ Toronto L, 45-18 Carleton L, 50-7 @ Ottawa L, 54-20 McMaster L. 64-2 @ Guelph L, 52-8

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2017 Season Schedule:

Aug 27 Western Sep 4 @ Waterloo Sep 9 Ottawa Sep 23 Toronto Sep 30 @ McMaster Oct 5 Laurier Oct 14 @ Queen’s Oct 21 @ Windsor

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM


York Lions 4700 Keele Street Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3 Tel: (416) 736-2100

@yorkulions www.yorkulions.ca Fax: (416) 736-5702

Director of Athletics:

Sports Information:

Jennifer Myers Alyson Fisher (416) 736-5968 (647)-637-3480 jmyers@yorku.ca alysong@yorku.ca

Home Field: Alumni Field Capacity: 4,000 Official Colours: Red and White Game Day Contact:

Alyson Fisher (647)-637-3480

Lions Media:

Toronto Sun (416) 947-2266 Toronto Star (416) 869-4394 Excalibur (416) 736-5238

2016 Record: Regular Season: 2-6 • Did not qualify for playoffs Head Coach:

Warren Craney (8th season) | (416)-736-2100 ext. 22902 | wcraney@yorku.ca

Assistant Coaches:

Kamau Peterson – Offensive Coordinator / Strength & Conditioning Sammy Okpro – Defensive Coordinator Jesse Alexander – Special Teams Coordinator / Linebackers Tom Norwell – Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Line Zak Colangelo – Recruiting Coordinator / Defensive Backs Stefano Conte – Defensive Line Mike Danischewsky – Offensive Assistant Nathaniel Griffith – Offensive Assistant Vince Hamilton – Defensive Assistant Ryan Hector – Defensive Backs Marcello Lio – Quarterbacks Garfield Nelson – Running Backs Nick Sapone – Linebackers Roy Venier – Kickers

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Offensive Leaders PASSING

COMP–ATT–YDS

%

TD–INT

Brett Hunchak

156-256-2085

60.9%

12-7

Matt Krason

24-46-252

52.2%

1-0

RUSHING

ATT–YDS

AVG

TD

Kayden Johnson

85-489

5.8

2

Khaliel James Jesse Amankwaa

33-147 27-138

4.5 5.1

0 1

receiving

REC–YDS

AVG

TD

Colton Hunchak

43-588

13.7

5

Adam Adeboboye Alex Daley

41-553 23-270

13.5 11.7

2 0

defensive Leaders Tackles

tot–solo–ast

Emerson Morassutti Josh Small Andrew Smith Sacks Rossini Sandjong-Djabome

47.5-41-13 42-37-10 39-33-12 total 5

Nathaneal Cameron

2

Interceptions

total

Ian Lawrence

2

4 Players Tied

1

Key Returning Players:

Brett Hunchak QB Colton Hunchak REC Jacob Janke DB Rossini Sandjong-Djabome DL

Key Departures:

Chris Kolankowski OL Emerson Morassutti LB Nick Naylor K/P Josh Small DB

Key Recruits/TRANSFERS:

Dawson Davis LB Philippe Girouard LB Aarmin Purewal OL Lane Raposo OL

2016 OUA All-Stars: SECOND TEAM: Colton Hunchak

KICKING leaders Punts Nick Naylor

ATT–YDS 79-3063

AVG 38.8

field Goals Nick Naylor

ATT–Made–% 14-10-71%

Long 31

REC

Special teams Leaders Kickoff returns Alex Daley Jahmari Bennett Punt returns

RET–YDS 30-656 9-221 RET–YDS

AVG 21.9 24.6 AVG

LONG 40 43 LONG

Alex Daley

19-230

12.1

34

Jahmari Bennett

15-77

5.1

36

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York


Year

GUE

MAC

OTT

2007

7-47

14-40

14-53

2008

2-48

0-53

3-71

0-80

7-58

2009

8-66

8-49

31-54

0-67

27-45

2010

2-26

6-64

2011

2-51

2012

18-39 50-34

7-33

2015

0-52

22-49

10-67

2016

7-50

8-52

2-64

2013

CAR

2014

QUE

TOR

WAT

WLU

UWO

WSR

Record

21-20

15-18

10-31

9-11

0-59

1-7

13-50

0-71

7-40

0-8

6-64

14-17

0-8

3-52

3-45

14-52

19-24

14-68

0-76

15-61

0-8

12-65

3-63

8-10

20-18

7-46

23-48

40-15

1-7

14-54

47-36

13-48

36-24

22-23

20-24

22-26

2-6

27-41

16-46

1-52

35-56

2-49

7-51

10-57

0-70

3-53

0-8

32-33

3-40 18-45

20-54

30-22

10-50

31-32

10-27

0-61

123-14

21-38

10-74

57-13

3-74

56-32

Bowl

Vanier

1-7 2-6

* - 1-0 forfeit loss to Guelph due to use of ineligible player (1979)

YORK REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD

REGULAR SEASON VS. U Sports SCHOOLS YEAR

LTN

MCG

1971

21-24 41-0 14-16

1975

YORK PLAYOFF RECORD Year

QF

SF

1984

UWO 25-30

1985

WLU 10-27 WAT 0-17

1997 2001

MAC 0-62

2002

OTT 12-4

2003

QUE 6-27

2004

UWO 18-54

LIONS

Yates

MAC 14-29

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YEAR IN

REVIEW 58 • 2017 oua Football Media Guide


2016 OUA Results TEAM

Western Laurier McMaster Carleton Ottawa Guelph Queen’s Toronto York Windsor Waterloo

AUGUST 28, 2016

Queen’s 18 Laurier 37 Waterloo 13 York 57 Toronto 22 Guelph 41 Windsor 6 Western 78 Carleton 10 McMaster 40

SEPTEMBER 04 & 05, 2016

Western 31 Carleton 38 Toronto 5 McMaster 32 Guelph 29 Windsor 33 Ottawa 65 Waterloo 1 York 3 Laurier 74

SEPTEMBER 10, 2016

McMaster 8 Ottawa 30 Carleton 65 Toronto 7 Queen’s 29 Guelph 38 Waterloo 14 Western 75 Windsor 32 York 56

SEPTEMBER 17, 2016

McMaster 35 Waterloo 0 Laurier 17 Carleton 16 Guelph 28 Ottawa 31 York 18 Toronto 45 Western 27 Queen’s 13

SEPTEMBER 24, 2016

Western 50 Guelph 16 Toronto 5 Queen’s 20 Carleton 50 York 7 Ottawa 41 Windsor 18 Waterloo 7 Laurier 68

GP

W L

OTL PF

PA

PTS

8 7 1 0 393 148 14 8 7 1 0 341 126 14 8 6 2 0 260 87 12 8 6 2 0 318 150 12 8 6 2 0 303 227 12 8 3 5 0 244 227 6 8 3 5 0 236 210 6 8 2 6 0 155 288 4 8 2 6 0 171 384 4 8 2 6 0 164 380 4 8 0 8 0 77 435 0

OCTOBER 06 & 07, 2016

Laurier 54 Toronto 3 Windsor 10 Carleton 53 Queen’s 6 McMaster 36 York 20 Ottawa 54

OCTOBER 14 & 16, 2016

Guelph 25 Laurier 27 Waterloo 7 Toronto 38 Windsor 5 Queen’s 55 Western 68 Ottawa 17 McMaster 64 York 2

OCTOBER 22, 2016

Laurier 38 York 8 Ottawa 42 McMaster 18 Carleton 43

Windsor 9 Guelph 52 Queen’s 41 Western 19 Waterloo 15

october 31, 2016 - quarter-final Ottawa 9 Guelph 11

Carleton 45 McMaster 17

november 5, 2016 - semifinal McMaster 19 Laurier 21 Carleton 24 Western 51

109th yates cup Laurier 43

Western 40

october 01, 2016

Guelph 15 Laurier 26 Ottawa 23 Queen’s 54 Toronto 30

McMaster 27 Western 45 Carleton 43 Waterloo 20 Windsor 51

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OFFENSIVE LEADERS PASSING TEAM D. Wendel Ottawa J. Mills Carleton J. Roberts Guelph B. Hunchak York A. Hastings McMaster RUSHING TEAM J. Rowe Carleton A. Taylor Western T. Crawford Windsor E. Guiltinan Laurier J. Pataki Queen’s

COMP ATT YDS TD INT LG 232 347 2936 22 10 60 166 253 2214 15 8 65 174 276 2119 10 10 73 156 276 2085 12 7 77 150 233 1915 11 5 86 ATT YDS YDS/G AVG TD LG 151 1094 136.8 7.2 8 74 149 987 123.4 6.6 10 52 166 884 110.5 5.3 6 48 106 736 105.1 6.9 9 54 148 814 101.8 5.5 7 44

RECEIVING M. Baines N. Behar R. Madan D. Vandervoort K. VanWynsberghe

REC 65 57 45 34 46

YDS 984 788 736 631 625

YDS/G AVG TD LG 123.0 15.1 8 60 98.5 13.8 9 65 92.0 16.4 2 76 78.9 18.6 5 86 78.1 13.6 4 64

AST 17 30 36 25 20

TEAM Ottawa Carleton Toronto McMaster Carleton

COMP % 66.9% 65.6% 63.0% 60.9% 64.4%

DEFENSIVE LEADERS TACKLES N. Onyeka L. Korol L. Cenerini K. Gray T. Cranston

TEAM Laurier Guelph Carleton Waterloo Ottawa

TOT 59.5 64 66 60.5 54

TKL 51 49 48 48 44

TKL/G 7.4 8.0 8.3 7.6 6.8

SACKS M. Kashak J. Biewald K. Boateng N. Onyeka S. Randazzo

TEAM McMaster Western Laurier Laurier Ottawa

S 11.5 7 6.5 5.5 5.5

INTERCEPTIONS R. Gillespie W. Mann M. Thompson J. Dearborne T. Doughlin

TEAM Toronto Queen’s Laurier Carleton Guelph

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS KICK RETURNS A. Daley K. Walls K. Gittens Jr. C. Sergeant K. Leach

TEAM York Windsor Laurier Waterloo Toronto

NO 30 21 13 19 19

YDS 656 459 362 334 318

AVG 21.9 21.9 27.8 17.6 16.7

TD LG 0 40 0 71 0 58 0 35 0 48

PUNT RETURNS T. Adeleke M. Ferguson K. Gittens Jr. N. Fraser-Greene C. Ouellette

TEAM Carleton Western Laurier Queen’s Laurier

NO 31 37 26 45 34

YDS 734 350 303 298 280

AVG 23.7 9.5 11.7 6.6 8.2

TD LG 5 120 0 44 1 92 0 46 1 65

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INT 5 5 5 4 4

YDS 43 91 268 44 62


SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS CONt. KICKING PUNTS T. Morton N. Naylor M. Domagala G. Ferraro C. Girard

TEAM Toronto York Carleton Guelph Waterloo

FIELD GOALS A. Preocanin M. Liegghio L. Ward G. Ferraro N. Liberatore

TEAM FGM FGA FG% LG McMaster 25 33 76% 50 Western 22 27 81% 46 Ottawa 20 24 83 51 Guelph 19 25 76% 49 Queen’s 15 17 88% 46

PUNT 76 79 68 74 80

YDS AVG LG 3214 42.3 75 3063 38.8 77 2797 41.1 77 2726 36.8 54 2709 33.9 55

TEAM OFFENCE

YDS

YDS/G

RUSH

RUSH/G

PASS

PASS/G

TD

PTS

Western Laurier Carleton Ottawa McMaster Guelph Queen’s York Windsor Toronto Waterloo

4358 3906 4062 4147 3239 3673 3149 3016 2592 3072 2078

569.4 500.6 524.4 531.3 418.0 480.9 426.3 409.3 357.6 404.5 291.4

2178 2251 1773 1164 1322 1694 1456 937 1217 1315 699

272.3 281.4 221.6 145.5 165.3 211.8 182.0 117.1 152.1 164.4 87.4

2377 1754 2422 3086 2022 2153 1954 2337 1644 1921 1632

297.1 219.3 302.8 385.8 252.8 269.1 244.3 292.1 205.5 240.0 204.4

44 43 35 34 24 24 25 19 17 17 9

393 49.1 341 42.6 318 39.8 303 37.9 260 32.5 244 30.5 236 29.5 171 21.4 164 20.5 155 19.4 77 9.6

TEAM DEFENCE

YDS/G

RUSH/G

TKL/G

INT

Laurier Carleton Queen’s McMaster Western Guelph Ottawa Toronto Windsor Waterloo York

341.3 342.8 351.1 351.5 376.8 412.2 422.1 524.3 562.9 595.8 632.8

115.4 158.0 164.3 93.5 107.3 157.9 165.0 208.5 216.3 273.9 340.9

68.3 66.9 65.6 57.0 66.1 67.4 68.4 72.0 80.4 74.0 74.3

16 8 11 17 9 12 8 9 4 6 6

PASS/G 225.9 184.8 186.9 258.0 269.5 254.5 257.1 315.8 346.6 321.9 291.9

FUM REC 11 4 5 7 14 10 10 8 13 8 9

TD 6 0 2 2 4 0 0 1 1 0 0

PTS

PPG

PPG

126 15.8 150 18.8 210 26.3 87 10.9 148 18.5 227 28.4 227 28.4 288 36.0 380 47.5 435 54.4 384 48.0

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AWARDS #49 • Ettore Lattanzio

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Yates Cup competition began in 1898 in the inaugural season of the Canadian Intercollegiate Rugby Football Union. It is North America’s oldest football trophy still being presented, pre-dating the Grey Cup and the Michigan-Minnesota “Little Brown Jug” by 11 years.

2016 Laurier 2015 Guelph 2014 McMaster 2013 Western 2012 McMaster 2011 McMaster 2010 Western 2009 Queen’s 2008 Western 2007 Western 2006 Ottawa 2005 Laurier 2004 Laurier 2003 McMaster 2002 McMaster 2001 McMaster 2000 McMaster 1999 Waterloo 1998 Western 1997 Waterloo 1996 Guelph 1995 Western 1994 Western 1993 Toronto 1992 Guelph 1991 Laurier 1990 Western 1989 Western

The trophy was presented by Dr. Henry Brydges Yates, a former McGill football player who had graduated in medicine in 1893. A lecturer in bacteriology at McGill from 1893 to 1914, he later served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Canadian Army Medical Corps during World War I. While overseas, Dr. Yates fell ill with bronchitis which claimed his life in 1915. From its inception through 1970, the Yates Cup was awarded to the top-ranked team at the end of the regular season. For much of that period, the league consisted of four teams (McGill, Queen’s, Toronto, Western), so a six-week schedule allowed a double round-robin format. A post-season playoff was only held if there was a tie for first place, or the second-place team had beaten the leader in league play. As such, there were just 27 Yates Cup championship

1988 Western 1987 Laurier 1986 Western 1985 Western 1984 Guelph 1983 Toronto 1982 Western 1981 Western 1980 Western 1979 Western 1978 Laurier/Queen’s 1976 Western/Ottawa 1975 Ottawa/Windsor 1974 Toronto/Western 1973 Laurier 1972 Lutheran 1971 Western 1970 Queen’s 1969 McGill 1968 Queen’s 1967 Toronto 1966 Queen’s 1965 Toronto 1964 Queen’s 1963 Queen’s 1962 McGill 1961 Queen’s 1960 McGill

games before 1971, and a total of 65 to date. With the reorganization of the Ontario Universities Athletic Association in 1971, a formal playoff structure was introduced, and the Yates Cup was awarded to the winner of the championship game. Between 1974 and 1978, the Cup was awarded jointly to the champions of the East and West Divisions. Entering its 108th season of competition in 2015, the Yates Cup has been won the most times by the Western Mustangs, who have 30 league titles. The Varsity Blues, winners of the inaugural championship in 1898, stand second with 25 victories. This year’s Yates Cup will take place on Nov. 11 at the home of the highest remaining playoff seed.

1959 Western 1958 Toronto 1957 Western 1956 Queen’s 1955 Queen’s 1954 Toronto 1953 Western 1952 Western 1951 Toronto 1950 Western 1949 Western 1948 Toronto 1947 Western 1946 Western 1940-45 War 1939 Western 1938 McGill 1937 Queen’s 1935 Queen’s 1934 Queen’s 1933 Toronto 1932 Toronto 1931 Western 1930 Queen’s 1929 Queen’s 1928 McGill 1927 Queen’s 1926 Toronto

1925 Queen’s 1924 Queen’s 1923 Queen’s 1922 Queen’s 1921 Toronto 1920 Toronto 1919 McGill 1915-19 War 1914 Toronto 1913 McGill 1912 McGill 1911 Toronto 1910 Toronto 1909 Toronto 1908 Toronto 1907 Ottawa 1906 McGill 1905 Toronto 1904 Queen’s 1903 Toronto 1902 McGill 1901 Toronto 1900 Queen’s 1899 Toronto 1898 Toronto

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2016 OUA All-stars FIRST TEAM

QB - Derek Wendel - Ottawa RB - Alex Taylor - Western FB - Tom Marshall - Western REC - Danny Vandervoort - McMaster REC - Mitchell Baines - Ottawa REC - George Johnson - Western REC - Nathaniel Behar - Carleton C - Matt Van Praet - Western T - Sean Jamieson - Western T - Kwabena Asare - Carleton G - Zach Intzandt - McMaster G - Gregoire Bouchard - Western DT - Rupert Butcher - Western DT - Jalen Price - Laurier DE - Kwaku Boateng - Laurier DE - Mike Kashak - McMaster LB - Nakas Onyeka - Laurier LB - Jean-Gabriel Poulin - Western SAM - Nick Vanin - Western FS - Jesse McNair - Western HB - Malcolm Thompson - Laurier HB - Malcolm Brown - Western CB - Godfrey Onyeka - Laurier CB - Robbie Yochim - McMaster P - TJ Morton - Toronto K - Adam Preocanin - McMaster RET - Tunde Adeleke - Carleton RUSH - Fraser Sopik - Western RUSH - Job Reinhart - Guelph

SECOND TEAM

QB - Jesse Mills - Carleton RB -Jayden Rowe - Carleton FB - Stefano Napolitano - Carleton REC - Dan Petermann - McMaster REC - Kyle Van Wynsberghe - Carleton REC - Colton Hunchak - York REC - Rahul Madan - Toronto C - Jamie Lalonde - Laurier T - Randy Beardy - Windsor T - David Brown - Western G - Andrew Pickett - Guelph G - KC Bakker - Carleton DT -Emmanuel Adusei - Carleton DT - Hassan Barry - McMaster DE - John Biewald - Western DE - Zav Sauer - Queen’s LB - Leon Cenerini - Carleton LB - Kene Onyeka - Carleton SAM - Jackson Bennett - Ottawa FS - Wesley Mann - Queen’s HB - Tunde Andeleke - Carleton HB - Nick Parisotto - Guelph CB - Nathaniel Hamlin - Carleton CB - Simon Bahru - Western P - Michael Domagala - Carleton K - Lewis Ward - Ottawa RET - Mark Liegghio - Western RUSH - Dominic Ciraco - Queen’s RUSH - Kurleigh Gittens Jr. - Laurier

2016 U Sports All-Canadians FIRST TEAM

RB - Alex Taylor - Western WR - Nate Behar - Carleton C - Matthew Van Praet - Western G - Zach Intzandt - McMaster DT - Rupert Butcher - Western DE - Michael Kashak - McMaster LB - Nakas Onyeka - Laurier HB - Malcolm Thompson - Laurier HB - Malcolm Brown - Western CB- Godfrey Onyeka - Laurier RET - Tunde Adeleke - Carleton

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SECOND TEAM

QB - Derek Wendel - Ottawa RB - Jayden Rowe - Carleton IR - Mitchell Baines - Ottawa WR - Danny Vandervoort - McMaster T - Sean Jamieson - Western DE - Kwaku Boateng - Laurier LB - Jean-Gabriel Poulin - Western CB - Robbie Yochim - McMaster P - TJ Morton - Toronto K - Adam Preocanin - McMaster


OUA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2016 Derek Wendel Ottawa 2015 Will Finch Western 2014 Dillon Campbell Laurier 2013 Will Finch Western 2012 Kyle Quinlan* McMaster 2011 Michael DiCroce McMaster 2010 Brad Sinopoli* Ottawa 2009 Michael Faulds Western 2008 Mike Giffin Queen’s 2007 Josh Sacobie Ottawa 2006 Daryl Stephenson* Windsor 2005 Andy Fantuz* Western 2004 Jesse Lumsden* McMaster 2003 Tom Denison* Queen’s 2002 Tom Denison* Queen’s 2001 Ben Chapdelaine* McMaster 2000 Kojo Aidoo* McMaster 1999 Mike Bradley Waterloo 1998 Ben Chapdelaine McMaster 1997 Jarrett Smith Waterloo 1996 Jarrett Smith Waterloo 1995 Sean Reade Western 1994 Bill Kubas* Laurier 1993 Tim Tindale* Western 1992 Eugene Buccigrossi* Toronto 1991 Tim Tindale* Western 1990 Tom Chartier Waterloo 1989 Mike Shoemaker Guelph 1988 Mike Shoemaker Guelph 1987 Ken Evraire Laurier 1986 Blake Marshall* Western 1985 Steve Samways Western 1984 Phil Scarfone McMaster 1983 Phil Scarfone McMaster 1982 Chris Byrne Western 1981 Dan Feraday* Toronto 1980 Greg Marshall* Western 1979 W - Scott Mallender Windsor E - Jim Etcheverry Bishop’s 1978 W - Jamie Bone* Western E - Bob O’Dougherty Queen’s 1977 W - Jim Reid Laurier E - Bruce Wilkins Bishop’s 1976 W - Ed Skowneski Windsor E - Mike Murphy Ottawa 1975 W - Bruce Morris Guelph E - Neil Lumsden Ottawa 1974 W - Ross Tripp McMaster E - Joe Colvey Carleton 1973 Neil Lumsden Ottawa 1972 W - Neil Lumsden Ottawa E - Andy Parichi* Windsor 1971 Wayne Dunkley Toronto 1970 Heino Lilles Queen’s 1969 Dave Fleiszer* McGill 1968 Mike Raham* Toronto 1967 Mike Eben* Toronto 1966 Don Bayne Queen’s 1965 Peter Howlett McGill 1964 Jim Young Queen’s 1963 Willie Lambert McGill 1962 Tom Skypeck McGill 1961 Cal Conner Queen’s 1960 Tom Skypeck McGill 1959 William Mitchell Western1958

J.P METRAS - LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 2016 Sean Jamieson Western 2015 Kwaku Boateng Laurier 2014 Ettore Lattanzio* Ottawa 2013 Ettore Lattanzio Ottawa 2012 Ben D’Aguliar* McMaster 2011 Osie Ukwuoma Queen’s 2010 Matt O’Donnell Queen’s 2009 Matt Morencie* Windsor 2008 Osie Ukwuoma Queen's 2007 Scott Evans* Laurier 2006 Chris Best* Waterloo 2005 Kyle Koch McMaster 2004 Ryan Jeffrey Laurier 2003 Matt Kirk Queen’s 2002 Jeet Rana York 2001 Chuck Walsh Waterloo 2000 David D’Onofrio York 1999 Kojo Millington Laurier 1998 Paul Blenkhorn Waterloo 1997 Roger Dunbrack Western 1996 Derek Parkes Western 1995 John Raposo Toronto 1994 John Raposo Toronto 1993 Reinhardt Keller Laurier 1992 David Scandiffio Toronto 1991 Richard Fischer Toronto 1990 Chris Morris* Toronto 1989 Rob Godley Western 1988 Veron Stiliadis* Laurier 1987 Pierre Vercheval* Western 1986 Louie Godry* Guelph 1985 Dirk Leers York 1984 Dirk Leers York 1983 Sean McKeown Western 1982 Peter Langford Guelph 1981 John Celestino Windsor 1980 David Pearson Western 1979 W - Ian Ward Western E - Jim Muller Queen’s 1978 W - Ken Parsons Toronto E - Kevin Rooney McGill 1977 W - John Miller Laurier E - Dick Bakker Queen’s 1976 W - Jim Lynn Windsor E - Tim Leach Ottawa 1975 W - Rich Ott Laurier E - Paul Kilger Ottawa 1974 W - Ron Southwick McMaster E - Geoff Sutherland Toronto

DAVE “TUFFY” KNIGHT - COACH OF THE YEAR

2016 Michael Faulds Laurier 2015 Greg Marshall Western 2014 Stefan Ptaszek McMaster 2013 Greg Marshall Western 2012 Stefan Ptaszek* McMaster 2011 Joe D’Amore Windsor 2010 Greg Marshall Western 2009 Gary Jeffries Laurier 2008 Pat Sheahan* Queen’s 2007 Pat Sheahan Queen’s 2006 Denis Piché* Ottawa 2005 Gary Jeffries Laurier 2004 Gary Jeffries Laurier 2003 Gary Jeffries* Laurier 2002 Tom Gretes York 2001 Pat Sheahan Queen’s 2000 Greg Marshall* McMaster 1999 Greg Marshall McMaster 1998 Larry Haylor* Western 1997 Tom Arnott York 1996 Dan McNally* Guelph 1995 Tom Arnott York 1994 Larry Haylor Western 1993 Larry Haylor Western 1992 Bob Laycoe Toronto 1991 Larry Haylor Western 1990 Larry Haylor Western 1989 Dave Knight* Waterloo 1988 Larry Haylor Western 1987 John Musselman Windsor 1986 Larry Haylor Western 1985 Rich Newbrough Laurier 1984 Bernie Custis McMaster 1983 Tom Dimitroff Guelph 1982 Bernie Custis* McMaster 1981 Darwin Semotiuk Western 1980 Dave Knight Laurier 1979 W - Dave Knight* Laurier E - Cam Innes Ottawa 1978 W - Frank Cosentino York E - Doug Hargreaves Queen’s 1977 W - Gino Fracas Windsor E - Bruce Coulter Bishop’s 1976 W - Gino Fracas Windsor W - Darwin Semotiuk* Western E- Doug Hargreaves Queen’s E- Dwight Fowler Ottawa E- Bruce Coulter Bishop’s *-winner of the CIS Frank Tindall Trophy NOTE: In 1995, Rick Zmich of Laurier won the award. In 1991, Rich Newbrough of Laurier won the award.

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PRESIDENT’S TROPHY- STAND UP DEFENSIVE PLAYER 2016 Nakas Onyeka Laurier 2015 John Rush Guelph 2014 Nick Shortill McMaster 2013 Pawel Kruba Western 2012 Aram Eisho McMaster 2011 Ryan Chmielewski McMaster 2010 Giancarlo Rapanaro Laurier 2009 John Surla Western 2008 Thaine Carter* Queen's 2007 Anthony Maggiacomo Laurier 2006 Jesse Alexander Laurier 2005 Jason Pottinger McMaster 2004 Jason Pottinger McMaster 2003 John Sullivan Waterloo 2002 Ray Mariuz McMaster 2001 Mark Pretzlaff Ottawa 2000 Damian Porter Windsor 1999 Donnie Ruiz Laurier 1998 Jason Tibbits Waterloo 1997 Jason Van Geel* Waterloo 1996 Derek Krete* Western 1995 Patrice Denis Western 1994 Cory Delaney* Waterloo 1993 Lou Tiro* Toronto 1992 Mike O’Shea Guelph 1991 Fred Grossman Laurier 1990 Clive Tharby Laurier 1989 John O’Brien York 1988 Larry Vaughn Waterloo 1987 Brent Lewis* Western 1986 Matt Janes Western 1985 Mark Horvath McMaster 1984 Alex Troop Laurier 1983 Sam Benincasa Guelph 1982 Sam Benincasa Guelph 1981 Barry Quarrell Laurier 1980 Rich Payne* Laurier * - winner of the CIS Presidents’ Trophy

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DALT WHITE - YATES CUP MVP 2016 Michael Knevel Laurier 2015 John Rush Guelph 2014 Joey Cupido McMaster 2013 Matt Uren Western 2012 Shane Beaton McMaster 2011 Kyle Quinlan McMaster 2010 Jerimy Hipperson Western 2009 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 2008 Michael Faulds Western 2007 Michael Faulds Western 2006 Josh Sacobie Ottawa 2005 Nick Cameron Laurier 2004 Andrew Baechler Laurier 2003 Brandon Little McMaster 2002 Mike Botterill McMaster 2001 Vaughan Swart McMaster 2000 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 1999 Nate Martin Waterloo 1998 Mike O’Brien Western 1997 Ryan Wilkinson Waterloo 1996 Gerrit Stam Guelph 1995 Sean Reade Western 1994 Sean Reade Western 1993 Glenn McCausland Toronto 1992 Wally Gabler Guelph 1991 Bill Kubas Laurier 1990 John LeClair Western 1989 Rob Stewart Western 1988 Ray Macoritti Western 1987 Luc Geritsen Laurier 1986 Rick Wolkensberg Western 1985 Steve Samways Western 1984 Randy Walters Guelph 1983 Dave Pearson Toronto 1982 Andy Rossitt Western 1981 Ryan Potter Western 1980 Greg Marshall Western 1979 Ryan Potter Western 1973 Neil Lumsden Ottawa 1972 W - Neil Lumsden Ottawa E - Andy Parichi* Windsor 1971 Wayne Dunkley Toronto 1970 Heino Lilles Queen’s 1969 Dave Fleiszer* McGill 1968 Mike Raham* Toronto 1967 Mike Eben* Toronto 1966 Don Bayne Queen’s 1965 Peter Howlett McGill 1964 Jim Young Queen’s 1963 Willie Lambert McGill 1962 Tom Skypeck McGill 1961 Cal Conner Queen’s 1960 Tom Skypeck McGill 1959 William Mitchell Western 1958 Peter Joyce Toronto


OUA players in the cfl BC Lions

# Name Position 11 Vandervoort, Danny WR 45 Arakgi, Jason LB 99 Ainsworth, Dylan DL 7 Bucknor, Matt DB 47 Gleben, Justin FB 28 Hamlin, Nate DB

School McMaster McMaster Western Windsor Queen’s Carleton

Edmonton Eskimos

# Name Position School 66 O’Donnell, Matthew OL Queen’s (Can) 62 Asare, Kwabena OL Carleton 11 Behar, Nathaniel WR Carleton 93 Boateng, Kwuaku DE Laurier 17 Chambers, Shamawd WR Laurier 28 Hoover, Jordan S Waterloo 85 MacDonnell, Scott WR Queen’s

Calgary Stampeders

# Name Position 44 D’Aguilar, Ben DL 58 Thorn, Cameron G 60 Bergman, Shane OL 97 Wiggan, Derek DL 27 Adeleke, Tunde DB 99 Kashak, Michael DL 20 Landry, Beau LB 6 Maver, Rob P

School McMaster Guelph Western Queen’s Carleton McMaster Western Guelph

Saskatchewan Roughriders

# Name Position School 21 Crapigna, Tyler K McMaster 80 Moore, Spencer FB McMaster 90 Ainsworth, Dylan DL Western 95 Connop, Rory DL Western 98 Mrabure, Ese DL Laurier 61 Adusi, Emmanuel OL Carleton 41 Awachie, Albert WR Toronto 6 Bagg, Rob WR Queen’s 95 Connop, Rory DL Western 58 Meredith, Eddie OL Western 98 Mrabure, Ese DL Laurier

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS # 67 40 32

Name Position Keeping, Jeff C Renaud, Frank LB Rush, John FB

School Western Windsor Guelph

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

# Name Position School 28 Butler, Craig DB Western 35 Daly, Mike DB McMaster 53 Williams, Everton OL Toronto 64 Bomben, Ryan OL Guelph 83 Fantuz, Andy WR Western 86 Uren, Matt WR Western 88 Aprile, Giovanni WR Queen’s 23 Shorthill, Nicholas LB McMaster 65 Golding, Brett OL Laurier 48 Newton, Curtis LB Guelph 86 Scarfone, Jacob WR Guelph

Toronto Argonauts

# Name Position School 38 Cross, Declan FB McMaster 54 Van Zeyl, Chris T McMaster 58 Reinhart, Jake LB Guelph 65 Sackey, D.J. OL Toronto 67 Campbell, Jamal OL York 70 Hajrullahu, Lirim K Western 86 Bradfield, Kevin WR Toronto 99 Waud, Daryl DL Western 68 Kolankowski, Chris OL York 44 Tuck, James FB York 00 Pfeffer, Ronnie K Laurier 25 Webster, Matt DB Queen’s 41 Onyeka, Nakas LB Laurier 49 Finley, Jeffrey DL Guelph 72 MacDonald, Dan LS Guelph 74 Nieuwesteeg, Ryan WR Guelph 75 Walker, Cameron DL Guelph

Ottawa REDBLACKS

# Name Position School 39 Medeiros, Zach K Western 25 Gillanders, Brendan FB Ottawa 49 Lattanzio, Ettore DL Ottawa 88 Sinopoli, Brad WR Ottawa 54 Intzandt, Zachary OL McMaster 34 Moore, Wayne RB McMaster

Montreal Alouettes

# Name Position School 6 Fraser, A-Dre WR Guelph 16 Johnson, George WR Western 21 Ackie, Chris LB Laurier 36 Townsend, Daryl S Windsor 57 Jamieson, Sean OL Western 53 Vonk, Matt OL Waterloo 82 Pierzchalski, Alex WR Toronto 88 Carroll, Alex WR Queen’s 32 Cranston, Ty DB Ottawa 94 Foote, Fabion DT McMaster

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2017 CFL CANADIAN DRAFT Round Selection

CFL Team

1 1

3 5

British Columbia Edmonton

Daniel Vandervoort Nathaniel Behar

WR WR

McMaster Carleton

2

12

Montreal

Fabion Foote

DL

McMaster

3

25

Calgary

Tunde Adeleke

DB

Carleton

4 4 4

31 32 33

Edmonton Jordan Hoover Saskatchewan Eddie Meredith British Columbia Nathaniel Hamlin

DB OL DB

Waterloo Western Carleton

5 5 5

36 39 41

Toronto Montreal Edmonton

Nakas Onyeka Zach Annen Kwuaku Boateng

LB OL DL

Laurier Carleton Laurier

6 6 6 6 6

45 46 47 49 50

Montreal Saskatchewan Hamilton Edmonton Winnipeg

Malcolm Carter Danny Sprukulis Jacob Scarfone Kwabena Asare Ian Marouf

WR OL WR OL DL

Carleton Toronto Guelph Carleton Guelph

7 7 7

56 57 58

Montreal Saskatchewan Hamilton

Ty Cranston Emmanuel Adusei Brett Golding

DB DT OL

Ottawa Carleton Laurier

8

67

Edmonton

Mark Mackie

DL

McMaster

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Player

Position University


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TEAM SCORING MOST POINTS IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 90 Laurier (vs. York) 19-Oct-74 86 Western (vs. Waterloo) 5-Sept-11 85 Laurier (vs. Guelph) 22-Oct-77 83 Ottawa (vs. McGill) 12-Oct-74 83 Western (vs. Ottawa) 14-Sept-13 80 Laurier (vs. McMaster) 8-Oct-92 80 McMaster (vs. Toronto) 13-Sep-03 80 Queen's (vs. York) 4-Oct-08 MOST POINTS IN A GAME - BOTH TEAMS 111 Ottawa 83 McGill 28 12-Oct-74 110 Western 83 Ottawa 27 14-Sept-13 108 Western 86 Waterloo 22 5-Sept-11 106 Laurier 85 Guelph 21 22-Oct-77 106 Guelph 53 Western 53 22-Oct-88 105 Laurier 90 York 15 19-Oct-74 101 Queen’s 52 Guelph 49 7-Sep-09 MOST POINTS IN A SEASON 494 Western 2015 458 Western 2013 448 Western 2015 424 McMaster 2003 415 Western 2014 398 McMaster 2004 388 Western 2004

8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games

MOST POINTS AGAINST IN A SEASON 471 York 2008 450 Toronto 2004 438 Toronto 2003 433 Toronto 2005 421 Waterloo 2011

8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games

FEWEST POINTS FOR IN A SEASON 17 Concordia 1978 32 UQTR 1978 32 York 2008 34 Waterloo 1985 35 McMaster 1996

6 games 6 games 8 games 7 games 8 games

FEWEST POINTS AGAINST IN A SEASON 34 Windsor 1975 7 games 40 Ottawa 1976 7 games 44 Western 1972 6 games 50 McGill 1969 7 games 50 Western 1986 7 games

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MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 64 Western 2015 8 games 52 Western 2013 8 games 49 McMaster 2004 8 games 45 Western 2004 8 games 45 Queen’s 2008 8 games 45 Western 2014 8 games TEAM RUSHING MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 637 Laurier (vs. York) 1974 547 Laurier (vs. Guelph) 1977 499 York (vs. Toronto) 1984 485 Laurier (vs. Guelph) 1975 MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A SEASON 2947 Western 2015 2807 McMaster 2003 2730 Western 2014 2690 Western 2015 2555 McMaster 2004 2524 Laurier 1974 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 70 Laurier (vs. Windsor) 31-Oct-81 67* Queen’s (vs. Bishop’s) 05-Nov-77 63 Bishop’s (vs. Carleton) 06-Oct-76 *Playoff MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 402 Laurier 1973 393 Laurier 1971 362 Western 2014 360 Laurier 1974

TEAM PASSING MOST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 649 Western (vs. York) 603 Laurier (vs. McMaster) 588 Queen’s (vs. Guelph) 568 Ottawa (vs. Toronto) 564 Ottawa (vs. Toronto) *Playoff game MOST YARDS PASSING IN A SEASON 3376 Western 2013 3216 Ottawa 2015 3174 Western 2009 3147 Queen’s 2003 3086 Queen’s 2002 2956 Ottawa 2013

19-Oct-13 08-Oct-92 15-Sep-01 07-Sep-13 24-Oct-15


MOST COMPLETIONS IN A SEASON 225 Ottawa 2015 225 McMaster 2015 222 Queen’s 2003 214 Western 2009 213 Ottawa 2013 207 Western 2013 MOST TD PASSES IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 9 Laurier (vs. McMaster) 7* Western (vs. Windsor) 7* Windsor (vs. Laurier) *Playoff game

28 27 23 22

08-Oct-92 26-Oct-02 08-Nov-75

McGill Queen’s McMaster Guelph

1978 1971 1981 1979

MISCELLANEOUS MOST FUMBLES LOST IN A SEASON 36 Guelph 2004 27 York 2007 27 Guelph 1973 27 Windsor 1971 26 Laurier 1978 26 Waterloo 1975

MOST TD PASSES IN A SEASON 35 McMaster 2015 26 Ottawa 2001 26 Queen’s 2008 25 Queen’s 2003 24 Laurier 2004 24 Ottawa 2013

MOST PENALTY YARDAGE IN A SEASON 1170 McMaster 2005 1144 Western 2005 1056 McMaster 2011 1035 Toronto 2007 1014 Ottawa 2005 1008 Ottawa 2001

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 74* Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 02-Nov-96 65 Toronto (vs. Windsor) 17-Oct-81 *Playoff game

MOST PENALTY YARDAGE IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 276 Guelph (vs. McMaster) 21-Sep-13 239 Windsor (vs. Guelph) 29-Sep-01 234 McMaster (vs. Western) 24-Oct-15 207 Toronto (vs. McMaster) 03-Oct-08 196 Ottawa (vs. Windsor) 27-Sep-08 194 Ottawa (vs. Toronto) 03-Sep-01 193 Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 23-Sep-76

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 365 Ottawa 2015 346 Queen’s 2003 343 Western 2009 341 Waterloo 2011 331 Ottawa 2013 330 Toronto 2014 MOST COMPLETIONS IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 41 Toronto (vs. Windsor) 40 Western (vs. Toronto) 40 McMaster (vs. Queen’s) 37* Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 36 Ottawa (vs. McMaster) 36 Ottawa (vs. Toronto) *Playoff game

SCORING 17-Oct-81 24-Oct-09 02-Sept-13 02-Nov-96 25-Aug-13 07-Sep-13

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED IN A SEASON 30 Laurentian 1971

TEAM DEFENCE

MOST POINTS IN A GAME 42 Mike Murphy Ottawa (vs. McGill) 37* Neil Lumsden Ottawa (vs. Queen’s) 36 Jim Reid Laurier (vs. Guelph) 36 Andre Durie York (vs. Waterloo) *Playoff game MOST POINTS IN A SEASON 148 Neil Lumsden Ottawa 144 Mike Murphy Ottawa 130 Lirim Hajrullahu Western 126 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 120 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 120 Jesse Lumsden McMaster

02-Oct-76 01-Nov-75 22-Oct-77 18-Sep-04

1975 1976 2013 2004 2000 2003

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED BY ONE TEAM IN A GAME 10 McMaster (vs. Waterloo) 17-Oct-81 8 McGill (vs. Ottawa) 13-Oct-78 MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED IN A SEASON

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MOST POINTS IN A CAREER 422 Lirim Hajrullahu Western 410 Neil Lumsden Ottawa 404 Tyler Crapigna McMaster 392 Frank Jagas Western 392 Tyler Crapigna McMaster 368 Matt Falvo Ottawa 346 Michael Ray McMaster 334 Dan Village Queen’s 311 Ara Tchobanian Ottawa 294 Kevin Reider Windsor 290 Rob Maver Guelph ^CIS record

2009-13 1972-75 2010-14 1990-94 2010-14 2008-12 2000-04 2007-11 2003-07 2003-07 2006-09

MOST FIELD GOALS IN A CAREER 84 Tyler Crapigna McMaster 77 Lirim Hajrullahu Western 75 Matt Falvo Ottawa 70 Frank Jagas Western 59 Michael Ray McMaster 57 Rod Maver Guelph 57 Ara Tchobanian Ottawa 54 Dan Village Queen’s 54 Kevin Reider Windsor LONGEST FIELD GOAL IN A GAME 55 Kevin Rydeard Western (vs. York) 53 Dave Pegg Windsor (vs. McMaster) 53* Frank Jagas Western (vs. Toronto) 53 Roy Venier York (vs. Queen’s) 53 Matt Armstrong Waterloo (vs. Laurier) *Playoff game

2010-14 2009-13 2008-12 1990-94 2001-04 2006-09 2003-07 2008-11 2003-07 11-Sep-82 02-Oct-74 02-Nov-91 22-Sep-01 20-Sep-03

MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 6 Jim Reid Laurier (vs Guelph) 6 Andre Durie York (vs Waterloo)

22-Oct-77 18-Sep-04

MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 21 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 20 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 20 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 17 Tim Tindale Western 16 Jim Reid Laurier 16 Andre Durie York 16 Mike Giffin Queen’s

2004 2000 2003 1991 1977 2004 2007

MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER 47 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 43 Randy McAuley Western 41 Mike Bradley Waterloo 41 Andy Fantuz Western 40 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 40 Nick FitzGibbon Guelph

MOST CONVERTS IN A GAME 11 Lirim Hajrullahu Western (vs. Waterloo) 10 Jerry Gulyes Laurier (vs. Guelph) 10 Ray Macoritti Western (vs. Toronto) 10 Ara Tchobanian Ottawa (vs. Toronto) 10 Dan Village Queen’s (vs. York) 10 Dan Cerino Windsor (vs. Waterloo) 10 Lirim Hajrullahu Western (vs. Ottawa)

5-Sept-11 22-Oct-77 18-Sep-87 08-Oct-05 04-Oct-08 25-Aug-13 14-Sep-13

2001-04 2003-07 1997-01 2002-05 1998-02 2006-10

MOST CONVERTS IN A SEASON 63 Ben Kelly Western 51 Lirim Hajrullahu Western 48 Michael Ray McMaster 47 Michael Ray McMaster 45 Dan Village Queen’s

2015 2013 2004 2003 2008

06-Oct-82 11-Sep-93 01-Nov-08 02-Oct-10 02-Nov-13

MOST CONVERTS IN A CAREER 151 Lirim Hajrullahu Western 148 Michael Ray McMaster 143 Frank Jagas Western 140 Tyler Crapigna McMaster 108 Derek Livingstone McMaster

2009-13 2001-04 1990-94 2010-14 1997-00

MOST SINGLES IN A SEASON 21 Matt Armstrong Waterloo 14 Ed Becker Laurier 14 Ray Macoritti Western 14 Jeffery Lee-Yaw Ottawa 13 Steve Boghossian Waterloo 13 Mike O’Brien Western

2001 2000 1987 2001 1971 2000

MOST FIELD GOALS IN A GAME 7 Lance Chomyc Toronto (vs. York) 6 Frank Jagas Western (vs. Guelph) 6* Darryl Wheeler Western (vs. Laurier) 6 Lirim Hajrullahu Western (vs. Queen’s) 6* Lirim Hajrullahu Western (vs. McMaster) *Playoff game MOST FIELD GOALS IN A SEASON 26 Daniel Ferraro Guelph 24 Tyler Crapign McMaster 22 Lirim Hajrullahu Western 22 Michael Ray McMaster 21 Arek Bigos Waterloo 21 Ara Tchobanian Ottawa 20 5 players tied

2014 2014 2013 2003 1997 2007

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MOST SINGLES IN A CAREER 44 Pep Leadley Queen’s 41 Ed Becker Laurier 39 Frank Jagas Western MOST SINGLES IN A GAME 5 Gord Slaughter Western (vs. Laurier)

1921-25 1998-02 1990-94 06-Oct-84


105* Rob Stewart Western (vs. Toronto) 105 Aaron Milton Toronto (vs. Ottawa) ^CIS record (tie) *Playoff game

RUSHING MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A GAME 349 Andre Durie York (vs. Ottawa) 18-Oct-03 344 Jesse Lumsden McMaster (vs. Waterloo)11-Sep-04 334 Andre Durie York (vs. Windsor) 16-Oct-04 331 Chuck Sims Guelph (vs. York) 29-Sep-90 327* Davie Mason Ottawa (vs. Guelph) 25-Oct-08 *Playoff game MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A SEASON 1816^Jesse Lumsden McMaster 1497 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 1458 Dillon Campbell Laurier 1367 Andre Durie York 1329 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 1306 Daryl Stephenson Windsor ^CIS record

2004 2003 2014 2004 2000 2005

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A CAREER 5163^Daryl Stephenson Windsor 4138 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 3773 Mike Bradley Waterloo 3603 Nick FitzGibbon Guelph 3568 Dillon Campbell Laurier ^CIS record

2004-08 2001-04 1997-01 2006-10 2011-15

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 6 Jim Reid Laurier (vs. Guelph) 6 Andre Durie York (vs. Waterloo) 5 Chuck McMann Laurier (vs. York) 5 Blake Marshall Western (vs. Toronto) 5 Kojo Aidoo McMaster (vs. Toronto) 5 Jesse Lumsden McMaster (vs. Western) 5 Daryl Stephenson Windsor (vs. Toronto) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 21^ Jesse Lumsden McMaster 20 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 19 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 16 Jim Reid Laurier 16 Tim Tindale Western ^CIS record (tie) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER 46 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 40 Randy McAuley Western 38 Mike Bradley Waterloo 36 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 36 Daryl Stephenson Windsor

22-Oct-77 18-Sep-04 19-Oct-74 20-Sep-85 07-Oct-00 04-Oct-03 24-Sep-05 2004 2000 2003 1977 1991

2001-04 2003-07 1997-01 1998-02 2004-08

LONGEST RUSH 108^ Jesse Lumsden McMaster (vs. Waterloo) 11-Sep-04 106 Carlyle Buchanan McMaster (vs. Laurier) 27-Sep-80 105 Maurice Doyle Toronto (vs. McMaster) 08-Sep-79

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 39 Kyle Pyear McMaster (vs. Laurier) 39* Dillon Campbell Laurier (vs. McMaster) 38 Drew Soleyn Western (vs. Queen’s) 37 Dillon Campbell Laurier (vs. Ottawa) 37 Gerrit Stam Guelph (vs. Toronto) 36 Tom Chartier Waterloo (vs. Windsor) * Playoff Game

04-Nov-89 02-Oct-10

28-Sep-02 31-Oct-15 13-Oct-01 9-Oct-15 25-Sep-99 06-Oct-90

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 193 Daryl Stephenson Windsor 188 Gerrit Stam Guelph 186 Dillon Campbell Laurier 185 Chris McIntyre Guelph 185 Mike Giffin Queen’s

2005 1998 2015 2004 2007

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A CAREER 822 Daryl Stephenson Windsor 644 James Baskin Toronto 587 Mike Bradley Waterloo 578 Tom Chartier Waterloo 553 Jeff Johnson York

2004-08 1995-99 1997-01 1988-92 1996-99

PASSING

MOST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME 564^ Derek Wendel Ottawa (vs. Toronto) 561* Tommy Denison Queen’s (vs. Western) 555* Warren Goldie Western (vs. Toronto) 550 Michael Faulds Western (vs. Toronto) 548 Simon Nassar Toronto (vs. Carleton) ^ CIS record *Playoff game MOST YARDS PASSING IN A SEASON 3136 Derek Wendel Ottawa 3047 Will Finch Western 3033 Michael Faulds Western 3001 Tommy Denison Queen’s 2907 Tommy Denison Queen’s MOST YARDS PASSING IN A CAREER 10811^ Michael Faulds Western 10714 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 10004 Austin Kennedy Windsor 9974 Ben Chapdelaine McMaster 9885 Josh Sacobie Ottawa ^CIS Record

24-Oct-15 02-Nov-02 29-Oct-94 24-Oct-09 4-Oct-14

2015 2013 2009 2002 2003 2005-09 2005-09 2010-14 1997-01 2004-08

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A GAME 49^ Simon Nassar Toronto (vs. Carleton) 04- Oct -14 41 Dan Feraday Toronto (vs. Windsor) 17-Oct-81 39 Marshall Ferguson McMaster (vs. Queen’s) 02-Sep-13

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39 Michael Faulds Western (vs. Toronto) 37* Kevin McDonald Laurier (vs. Waterloo) ^CIS record *Playoff game

24-Oct-09 02-Nov-96

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A SEASON ^216 Derek Wendel Ottawa 203 Tommy Denison Queen’s 201 Michael Faulds Western 199 Marshall Ferguson McMaster 194 Dan Feraday Toronto 191 Will Finch Western

2015 2003 2009 2013 1981 2013

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A CAREER 761 Michael Faulds Western 710 Austin Kennedy Windsor 667 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 637 Josh Sacobie Ottawa 614 Justin Dunk Guelph

2005-09 2010-14 2005-09 2004-08 2005-09

MOST TD PASSES IN A GAME 7* Chris Hessel Western (vs. Windsor) 26-Oct-02 6 10 players tied *Playoff game MOST TD PASSES IN A SEASON 31 Asher Hastings McMaster 24 Tommy Denison Queen’s 24 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 23 Bill Kubas Laurier 22 Tommy Denison Queen’s

2015 2003 2008 1994 2002

MOST TD PASSES IN A CAREER 79 Josh Sacobie Ottawa 79 Austin Kennedy Windsor 77 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 66 Bill Kubas Laurier 63 Justin Dunk Guelph

2004-08 2010-14 2005-09 1990-94 2005-09

1186 Austin Kennedy Windsor 1111 Josh Sacobie Ottawa LONGEST COMPLETION 109^ Nathan Body to Scott Gordon Guelph (vs. Toronto) 108 Mike O’Brien to Ray Krumme Western (vs. McMaster) 108 Adam Archibald to Mike Bradwell McMaster (vs. Guelph) 106 Rod Philp to Ken Evraire Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 106 Brad Sinopoli to Cyril Adjeitey Ottawa (vs. McMaster) 106 Aaron Colbon to Vincent Campbell Ottawa (vs. Laurier) 22-Sept-12 ^CIS record (tie)

2010-14 2004-08

09-Oct-97 12-Sep-98 20-Oct-07 19-Sep-87 18-Sep-10

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON (Minimum 15 attempts per game plus 60 percent of team games played) 71.5 Asher Hastings McMaster 2015 69.7 Will Finch Western 2013 69.6 Will Finch Western 2015 68.9 Kyle Quinlan McMaster 2012 68.5 Mike Shoemaker Guelph 1988

RECEIVING MOST YARDS RECEIVING IN A GAME 377^ James MacLean Queen’s (vs. Guelph) 341 Rob Bagg Queen’s (vs. Toronto) 323* Tom McConnell Western (vs. Toronto) 289 Andre Talbot Laurier (vs. Guelph) 276 Nate Behar Carleton (vs. Ottawa) ^CIS record *Playoff game

15-Sep-01 20-Oct-07 29-Oct-94 09-Sep-00 20-Sept-14

02-Nov-96 17-Oct-81 4-Oct-14 02-Sep-13 08-Nov.-14

MOST YARDS RECEIVING IN A SEASON 1300^ Andy Fantuz Western 1093 Andy Fantuz Western 1091 Ian Stewart Ottawa 1034 Ryan Janzen McMaster 1031 James MacLean Queen’s 1013 Scott Valberg Queen’s ^CIS record

2002 2004 2015 2000 2001 2008

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON 346 Derek Wendel Ottawa 315 Dan Feraday Toronto 314 Marshall Ferguson McMaster 313 Tommy Denison Queen’s 312 Tommy Denison Queen’s 310 Michael Faulds Western

2015 1981 2013 2003 2002 2009

MOST YARDS RECEIVING IN A CAREER 4123^ Andy Fantuz Western 3184 Ryan Janzen McMaster 3126 Stefan Ptaszek Laurier 2917 Scott Valberg Queen’s 2913 Arjei Franklin Windsor ^CIS record

2002-05 1996-2000 1990-94 2004-09 2001-05

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER 1241 Michael Faulds Western 1211 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 1120 Justin Dunk Guelph

2005-09 2005-09 2005-09

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 19^ Andre Talbot Laurier (vs. Guelph) 17 Mark Magee Toronto (vs. Windsor)

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A GAME 74^* Kevin McDonald Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 65 Dan Feraday Toronto (vs. Windsor) 62 Simon Nassar Toronto (vs Carleton) 60 Marshall Ferguson McMaster (vs. Queen’s) 58* Derek Wendel Ottawa (vs. McMaster) ^CIS record *Playoff game

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16* Iain Fleming 14 4 players tied ^CIS record *Playoff game

Queen’s (vs. Waterloo)

26-Oct-02

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON 74^ Nick Anapolsky Waterloo 68 Jordan Brescacin Windsor 63 Craig Spear Queen’s 63 Dustin Zender Waterloo 63 Nick Anapolsky Waterloo ^CIS record

2013 2012 2003 2011 2012

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER 192 Jordan Brescacin Windsor 189 Andy Fantuz Western 186 Stefan Ptaszek Laurier 178 Arjei Franklin Windsor 165 Nick Anapolsky Wa-Gue-Wa 13

2008-12 2002-05 1990-94 2001-05 09-10-12-

MOST TD RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 4 Eric Walter McGill (vs. Queen’s) 4 Nigel Wilson Western (vs. Guelph) 4 Kevin Reid Guelph (vs. York) 4 Andy Fantuz Western (vs. McMaster) 4 Brad Smith Queen’s (vs. Guelph) 4 Nick Pasic Western (vs. York) 4 Scott Valberg Queen’s (vs. York) 4 Brian Marshall Western (vs. Laurier) 4* Matt Uren Western (vs. Windsor) 4 Danny Vandervoort McMaster (vs. Toronto) *Playoff game

20-Oct-62 08-Sep-78 01-Oct-94 17-Sep-05 09-Sep-06 20-Sep-08 04-Oct-08 13-Oct-12 27-Oct-12 30-Aug-15

MOST TD RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON 13 Stefan Ptaszek Laurier 13 Craig Spear Queen’s 12 Andy Fantuz Western 12 Andy Fantuz Western 11 4 players tied 10 Danny Vandervoort McMaster MOST TD RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER 41^ Andy Fantuz Western 28 Stefan Ptaszek Laurier 26 Eric Walter McGill/Toronto 26 Evan Pszczonak Windsor 24 Daniel Vandervoort McMaster ^CIS record

1994 2003 2002 2005 2015 2002-05 1990-94 1961-62, 1964-65, 1968-70 2010-14 2013-15

DEFENCE MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME 4^ John Douglas Waterloo (vs. Windsor) 11-Sep-82 4^* Richard Nakatsu Toronto (vs. Ottawa) 09-Nov-74

4^* Joey Cupido McMaster (vs. Queen’s) 5-Nov-11 ^CIS record (tie) *Playoff game MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON 9 Dave Croasdale McGill 8 Peter McNabb Toronto 7 Christian Mahler Waterloo

1978 1970 2012

MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A CAREER 21 Peter McNabb Toronto/Queen’s 21 Matt Carapella Western 19 Trevor Small Guelph 18 Pat Gallo Western 18 Steven Ventresca McMaster

1970-74 2004-08 2002-06 1988-92 2010-14

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 112^ Don Williams Guelph (vs. Windsor) 111 Mark Chortos Western (vs. York) 111 Mark Durigon Guelph (vs. Laurier) 111 Malcolm Brown Western (vs. McMaster) 110 Rohan Dove Laurier (vs. Toronto) ^CIS record

26-Sep-81 23-Sep-00 17-Oct-10 24-Oct-15 13-Sep-86

MOST SACKS IN A SEASON 12.5^ Ben D’ Aguilar McMaster 10.5 Cory Dyer Queen’s 10 Ettore Lattanzio Ottawa 9.5 Yannick Carter Laurier 9.5 Osie Ukwuoma Queen’s ^CIS record (tie)

2012 2012 2013 2006 2008

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 106 Ed McMillan Carleton (vs. Queen’s)

01-Oct-77

KICKING AND PUNTING HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE IN A SEASON 47.1 Mike O’Brien Western 44.1 Mike O’Brien Western 43.5 Frank Jagas Western 43.5 Arek Bigos Waterloo 42.9 Ray Macoritti Western MOST YARDS PUNTING IN A GAME 684* Arek Bigos Waterloo (vs. Laurier) 683 George Chilakos Toronto (vs. Windsor) 641 Mike Karpow Waterloo (vs. Laurier) 620 Ed Becker Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 602 Ed Becker Laurier (vs. Windsor) *Playoff game MOST YARDS PUNTING IN A SEASON 3621 Norman Nasser Guelph 3376 Ed Becker Laurier 3220 Dror David York 3201 Mike Telepchuk Guelph 3178 Rob Pikula Western

1999 2000 1994 1997 1987 02-Nov-96 13-Oct-01 09-Sep-78 02-Sep-00 08-Sep-01

2000 2001 2011 1973 2001

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MOST YARDS PUNTING IN A CAREER 13921 Ed Becker Laurier 12771 Paul Knill Waterloo/Western 11537 Andy Vasily Windsor 11396 Mike Karpow Laurier/Waterloo 10969 Scott Essery Windsor

1998-02 1968-72 1992-96 1975-79 1977-81

LONGEST PUNT 101 Aaron Gazendam Toronto (vs Western) 98 Matthew Falvo Ottawa (vs. Western) 94 Darryl Skuse Guelph (vs. Toronto) 89 Sergio Capobianco York (vs. McMaster) 86 Dan Village Queen’s (vs. Windsor)

20-Sept-14 20-Oct-12 05-Oct-85 16-Oct-82 12-Sep-10

LONGEST KICKOFF 95 Peter Barbaric Guelph (vs. Windsor) 90* Brian Devlin Laurier (vs. Ottawa) 90 Nick Arakgi Bishop’s (vs. Concordia) 90 Dan Bertolo York (vs. Laurier) 90 Arek Bigos Waterloo (vs. Laurier) 90 Serg Capobianco York (vs. McMaster) 90 Serg Capobianco York (vs. Windsor) 90 Kevin Rydeard Western (vs. McMaster) *Playoff game

02-Oct-93 06-Nov-04 25-Oct-77 10-Sep-77 14-Oct-95 16-Oct-82 10-Sep-79 16-Oct-80

KICK AND PUNT RETURNS MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 912 Dillon Heap Laurier 846 Ryan Nieuwesteeg Geulph 739 Ryan Nieuwesteeg Guelph 734 Kevin Bradfield Toronto 718 Tom Barbeau McGill

2009 2015 2014 2013 1977

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A GAME 259 Jimmy Allin Queen’s (vs. Guelph) 242 Ryan Nieuwesteeg Guelph (vs. Windsor) 205 Ryan Nieuwesteeg Guelph (vs. Queen’s) 202 Dillon Heap Laurier (vs. Guelph)

07-Sep-09 17-Oct-15 20-Sept-14 17-Oct-09

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER 2071 Dillon Heap Laurier 1886 Don Hollerhead Windsor 1632 Arjei Franklin Windsor 1516 Jimmy Allin Queen’s 1460 Andre Batson York

2008-11 1971-75 2001-05 2005-09 1993-97

MOST PUNT RETURN TDS IN A SEASON 5 Paul Bennett Laurier 4 Dave White Ottawa 3 Don Hollerhead Windsor 3 Bill Morasutti Toronto 3 Tunde Adeleke Carleton

1976 1974 1975 1985 2015

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LONGEST PUNT RETURN 130^* John Kelley 130 Steve Valeriote 129 Ian Forde 129 Nathaniel Hamlin ^CIS record *Playoff game

Guelph (vs. Laurier) 01-Nov-75 Waterloo (vs. York) 21-Oct-78 Waterloo (vs. Toronto) 01-Sept-03 Carleton (vs.

LONGEST MISSED FIELD GOAL RETURN 129^ Jedd Gardner Guelph (vs. McMaster) 129^ Tunde Adelke Carleton (vs. Ottawa) 128 Jedd Gardner Guelph (vs. York) 125 Jedd Gardner Guelph (vs. Waterloo) 125 Jason Marshall York (vs. Windsor) 125 Alex Charrette Guelph (vs. Waterloo) ^CIS record (tied)

08-Oct-10 05-Oct-13 11-Oct-08 04-Oct-08 07-Sept-09 29-Sept-13

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE IN A SEASON 729 Matt D’Souza Toronto 647 Ed Slabikowski Windsor 581 Matt D’Souza Toronto 572 Tunde Adeleke Guelph 555 George Polyzois Toronto

2006 1982 2007 2015 2004

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 112 Joe Pariselli York (vs. Western) 111 Kevin Johnson Laurier (vs. Windsor) 111 Jason Tibbits Waterloo (vs. McMaster) 110 Darrell Penner Queen’s (vs. Bishop’s) 109 Giovanni Aprile Queen’s (vs. Waterloo)

02-Nov-85 03-Oct-98 12-Sep-98 18-Sep-76 15-Oct-11

MOST KICKOFF RETURN TDS IN A SEASON 3 Joe Pariselli York

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