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ONTA RIO UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS

2017-18 ANNUAL REPORT


INTRODUCTION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

2017-18 YEAR IN REVIEW 02 LETTERS FROM OUR LEADERSHIP 04 WHO WE ARE 06 OUR VISION 07 BY THE NUMBERS 08 MEMBER INSTITUTION DIRECTORY 09 MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE & STAFF 10 STUDENT-ATHLETE NUMBERS 12 TOP 8 ACADEMIC ALL-CANADIANS 14 BANNER SEASON 16 CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP 18 FALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 39 WINTER CHAMPIONSHIPS 66 U SPORTS CHAMPIONS 68 STUDENT-ATHLETE RECOGNITION 70 HONOUR AWARDS 72 CHAMP AWARDS 74 ATHLETES OF THE WEEK 76 FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 78 PEAK PERFORMERS OF THE WEEK 80 PARTNERS & INITIATIVES 82 OUR PARTNERS 84 BELL LET’S TALK 86 TRAIN WITH GRAINS 88 QUEST FOR THE CUP CAMPUS TOUR 90 OUA IN A SNAP 91 OUA.TV 92

FINANCIAL REPORTS

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INTRODUCTION

LETTERS FROM OUA LEADERSHIP PETER BAXTER, PRESIDENT Once again, the immensely talented crop of student-athletes across our Ontario universities showcased why the OUA remains the preeminent conference in Canada. From first-time champions to long-running banner success, the 2017-18 season had it all and we are incredibly proud of all of those who stepped on to the field of play, donned their school colours, and represented our conference provincially, nationally, and even internationally. I want to extend congratulations to all of those student-athletes and teams who capped their on-field efforts in winning fashion. The talent across the OUA sport landscape is immense, showing that the hard work, the dedication, and the skill it takes to reach that championship status is nothing short of spectacular. All of these winning programs should be commended for their efforts in helping bring Banner Season triumphs back to their respective schools. For those programs that continued their winning ways onto the national stage to help bring nine U SPORTS banners to Ontario this season, it has been a true honour to watch you excel at your craft among Canada’s best and brightest. You have done well to help put the OUA’s best foot forward, and we wish you continued success; just as we do for all of our member institutions and our 9,608 student-athletes. It has once again been my pleasure to work alongside so many talented individuals and to play a role in the continued pursuit of athletic and academic excellence in Ontario. We have once again been able to reach new heights this year, and with our continued collaboration, commitment, and overall community, I have no doubt that our efforts, both on and off the field, will place us at the forefron of university sport. Thank you again to everyone who made the 2017-18 season a memorable one, allowing us to not only look ahead to what is in store for next year, but also to look back fondly on these unforgettable accomplishments.

Peter Baxter, President Ontario University Athletics

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GORD GRACE, CEO It takes a great deal of work to become and remain the preeminent university sport conference in Canada, but Ontario University Athletics has once again shown that the talent we have in the province – both on the field and working diligently behind the scenes – is up to the task. Each of our members, partners, and supporters plays an important role in all that we are able to accomplish, and for those efforts, we extend our sincere gratitude. Because of you, we once again witnessed a year that saw tremendous growth and development in athletics and academics across the province. To our partners, whether you are providing the equipment to help our student-athletes soar or the resources to allow our organization to execute our many events and initiatives, your contributions are integral to what we do. Among all of those groups that contribute to our success, I want to give a special thanks to the Government of Ontario, specifically the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Sport, for their continued funding and overall support toward the advancement of university sport in Ontario. Our conference consistently thrives to make the best possible decisions in everything that we do, and among those who help make that happen are our various committees and staff members. Your guidance and expertise in several critical areas allows us to take the most appropriate steps forward for our membership and helps us manage the day-to-day operations for our student-athletes – past, present, and future – to achieve a winning experience. While the OUA may be made up of 20 different institutions, we truly come together as a single conference. Whether it is on the playing field, in the classroom, or within the community, the 2017-18 season once again proved that in the OUA - We Are ONE.

Gord Grace, CEO Ontario University Athletics

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WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE THE PREEMINENT CONFERENCE


WHO WE ARE

THE PREEMINENT CONFERENCE success on and off the field

OUR VISION The Preeminent University Sport Conference in Canada

OUR MISSION Developing student-athletes through academics and athletics to achieve excellence in life

OUR MANDATE Provide leadership, stewardship, and policy direction for university sport and governs sanctioned interuniversity sport competition in Ontario on behalf of its member institutions

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2017-18 ANNUAL REPORT

by the numbers STUDENT-ATHLETES COMPETING IN AN OUA SPORT

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42.3%

5,545

FEMALE ATHLETES

MALE ATHLETES

OUA SCHOOLS

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Represents the largest member base of any conference in U SPORTS and 36% of the total national membership

Earned by a student-athlete who is a member of an institution’s OUA varsity team(s) that has received a September to April grade point average equivalent to an A- or 80% or better

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WHO WE ARE

MEMBER DIRECTORY 20 SCHOOLS. ONE CONFERENCE. school president athletic director Algoma University Dr. Asima Vezina Mark Kontulainen Brock University Dr. Gervan Fearon Neil Lumsden Carleton University Dr. Benoit-Antoine Bacon Jennifer Brenning University of Guelph Dr. Franco Vaccarino Scott McRoberts Lakehead University Dr. Moira McPherson Tom Warden Laurentian University Dr. Pierre Zundel Peter Hellstrom Wilfrid Laurier Univeristy

Dr. Deborah MacLatchy

Peter Baxter

McMaster University Dr. Patrick Deane Glen Grunwald Nipissing University Dr. Mike DeGagne Vito Castiglione University of Ottawa Jacques Fremont Sue Hylland Queen’s University Dr. Daniel Woolf Leslie Dal Cin Royal Military College of Canada

BGen. Sebastien Bouchard

Darren Cates

Ryerson University Dr. Mohamed Lachemi Dr. Ivan Joseph University of Toronto Dr. Meric Gertler Beth Ali Trent University Dr. Leo Groarke Deborah Bright-Brundle University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Dr. Steven Murphy

Scott Barker

University of Waterloo

Dr. Feridun Hamdullahpur

Roly Webster

Western University Dr. Amit Chakma Christine Stapleton University of Windsor Dr. Alan Wildeman Mike Havey York University Dr. Rhonda Lenton Jennifer Myers

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OUA MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Peter Baxter, Laurier

Beth Ali, Toronto

Peter Hellstrom, Laurentian

Guy Dube, RMC

Jennifer Myers, York

President

U SPORTS Board of Directors

Marketing Committee Chair

Sport Committee Chair

At-Large (Equity)

Scott McRoberts, Guelph

Mike Havey, Windsor

Roly Webster, Waterloo

Scott Barker, UOIT

Bob Aziz

At-Large (Human Resources)

At Large (Governance)

At Large

Treasurer

External, Legal

OUA STAFF Gord Grace Chief Executive Offcer Matthew Davies Director of Sport David Frizzell Director of Marketing & Partnerships Brent Garbutt Manager of Sport Chris Verlaan Manager of Digital & Communications Taylor Curran Sport Programming Coordinator Ralph Frebold Finance Phil D’Alessandro Finance Clerk

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Algoma Thunderbirds Male Athletes | 61 Female Athletes | 47

Lakehead Thunderwolves Male Athletes | 87 Female Athletes | 77

Laurentian Voyageurs Male Athletes | 138 Female Athletes | 143

Nipissing Lakers Male Athletes | 99 Female Athletes | 119

Western Mustangs Male Athletes | 571 Female Athletes | 413

Windsor Lancers Male Athletes | 250 Female Athletes | 138

Guelph Gryphons Male Athletes | 441 Female Athletes | 327 Waterloo Warriors Male Athletes | 373 Female Athletes | 260

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Laurier Golden Hawks Male Athletes | 373 Female Athletes | 194


Queen’s Gaels Male Athletes | 390 Female Athletes | 285

Carleton Ravens Male Athletes | 312 Female Athletes | 179

Ottawa Gee-Gees Male Athletes | 308 Female Athletes | 260

UOIT Ridgebacks Male Athletes | 92 Female Athletes | 96

RMC Paladins Male Athletes | 157 Female Athletes | 54

Trent Excalibur Male Athletes | 119 Female Athletes | 127

Ryerson Rams Male Athletes | 237 Female Athletes | 159 York Lions Male Athletes | 380 Female Athletes | 284

Toronto Varsity Blues Male Athletes | 422 Female Athletes | 336

McMaster Marauders Male Athletes | 446 Female Athletes | 284

Brock Badgers Male Athletes | 289 Female Athletes | 281

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bearne & nitski among top 8 academic all-canadians

OSVALD NITSKI

KATHERINE BEARNE

After completing her International Baccalaureate diploma at Citadel High School in Halifax, N.S., Bearne chose to attend the University of Ottawa because of its unique combination degree of physics and mathematics. Having begun playing soccer at the age of six, Bearne feels extremely comfortable on the pitch and values highly the role of a teammate. Since her rookie season at uOttawa she has consistently made herself available to teammates for tutoring and academic assistance.

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She wants to know more and tries to expand her knowledge and challenge herself because she loves to learn.

In only his second season at the University of Toronto, Osvald Nitski has proven his dominance not only in the pool, but in the classroom as well. After earning both U SPORTS and University of Toronto male Rookie of the Year honours in 2015-16, Nitski reached the national podium for the second consecutive year, earning the individual bronze medal in the 200-metre butterfly in February 2017. The native of Tallinn, Estonia helped the Blues to a silver-medal team finish on the national stage. Academically, Osvald has been recognized on the Dean’s Honour list in each academic term at the University of Toronto’s prestigious mechanical engineering program. A two-time U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian, Nitski earned the J. Colin Finlayson scholarship, awarded based on academic merit to students who demonstrate leadership in the community. He also received the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering scholarship and won the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) undergraduate student research award.

The fact that he can combine such lofty academic success with his swim career has netted him several honours

A three-time OUA All-Star at midfield, Katherine Bearne was also the University of Ottawa’s co-honouree as top Academic All-Canadian in 2016-17 with a perfect 10.0 GPA in the Faculty of Science’s Physics and Mathematics program. Bearne led the Gee-Gees in scoring in 2017 with eight goals in the regular season, setting a new career high. Bearne started 13 games at midfield for Ottawa during the season and also contributed two assists along with superb defensive play. As a rookie, Bearne was a member of the GeeGees’ 2014 OUA championship team.


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2017-18 BANNER SEASON 39 CHAMPIONSHIPS STRONG


2017-18 BANNER SEASON

SPORT HOST VENUE CHAMPIONS Tennis University of Toronto Mayfair Parkway W: Western Mustangs M: Montreal Carabins Baseball

Ryerson University

Audley Recreation Centre

Toronto Varsity Blues

Golf

University of Ottawa

Loch March

W: Toronto Varsity Blues

M: Western Mustangs Lacrosse Wilfrid Laurier University Woodside Park Western Mustangs

Women’s Rugby

University of Guelph

Varsity Field

Guelph Gryphons

Field Hockey York University Alumni Field York Lions

Rowing

Row Ontario

Royal Canadian Henley Rowing Course

W: Western Mustangs

M: Brock Badgers Cross Country

University of Windsor

Malden Park

W: Queen’s Gaels

M: Guelph Gryphons Men’s Soccer York University Alumni Field York Lions

Women’s Soccer UOIT Oshawa Civic Centre Guelph Gryphons

Football Western University TD Stadium Western Mustangs

Men’s Rugby Queen’s University Nixon Field Queen’s Gaels

Water Polo

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Carleton University

Carleton University Pool

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SPORT HOST VENUE CHAMPIONS Men’s Fencing RMC SAM Gymnasium Toronto Varsity Blues Swimming

Western University

Western Student Recreation Centre

W: Toronto Varsity Blues

M: Toronto Varsity Blues Squash

Queen’s University

Athletics & Recreation Centre

W: Queen’s Gaels

M: Western Mustangs Wrestling Brock University Bob Davis Gymnasium W: Brock Badgers M: Brock Badgers Badminton Ryerson University Kerr Hall Gymnasium Toronto Varsity Blues

Women’s Fencing

Carleton University

Norm Fenn Gymnasium

Toronto Varsity Blues

Curling

Algoma University

Community First Curling Centre

W: Laurier Golden Hawks

M: Brock Badgers Track & Field

University of Windsor

Dennis Fairall Field House

W: Guelph Gryphons

M: Guelph Gryphons Nordic Skiing

Lakehead University

Lappe Nordic Ski Centre

W: Carleton Ravens

M: Lakehead Thunderwolves Women’s Basketball McMaster University Burridge Gym Carleton Ravens

Men’s Basketball Carleton University Ravens’ Nest Carleton Ravens

Figure Skating

Western University

East Elgin Community Centre

Toronto Varsity Blues

Women’s Volleyball

Ryerson University

Mattamy Athletic Centre

Ryerson Rams

Men’s Volleyball McMaster University Burridge Gym McMaster Marauders

Women’s Hockey

Queen’s University

Kingston Memorial Centre

Western Mustangs

Men’s Hockey

Brock University

Seymour-Hannah Centre

McGill Redmen

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WOMEN’S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO // OCT. 6-8

CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Helen He, Western

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mara Stroe, Toronto

COACH OF THE YEAR Mike Richards, Western

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MEN’S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO // OCT. 6-8

CHAMPIONS Montreal Carabins

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kamen Damov, Montreal

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Kamen Damov, Montreal

COACH OF THE YEAR Andrezej Zaleski, Montreal

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BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP RYERSON UNIVERSITY // OCT. 13-15

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

HITTER OF THE YEAR Ryley Davenport, Laurier

PITCHER OF THE YEAR Graham Tebbit, Toronto

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Michael Deluca, Toronto

COACH OF THE YEAR Scott Ballantyne, Laurier

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WOMEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA // OCT. 13-15

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

first-team all-stars Laura Upenieks, Toronto Robyn Campbell, Queen’s Laura Wesselius, Waterloo Ellice Hong, Toronto

COACH OF THE YEAR Dave Woods, Toronto

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MEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA // OCT. 13-15

CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

first-team all-stars Charles Fitzsimmons, Western Gabriel Gingras, Ottawa Austin Ryan, Laurier Bryce Evon, Windsor Mackenzie Carter, Western

COACH OF THE YEAR Jim Waite, Western

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LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY // OCT. 20-22

CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Katy De Snoo, Western

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jacqueline Owens, Western

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Amelia Piccone, Queen’s

COACH OF THE YEAR Jeska Eedens, Toronto

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WOMEN’S RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH // OCT. 21

CHAMPIONS Guelph Gryphons

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jordan Semark, Trent Sara Svoboda, McMaster

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Taylor Hurd, Brock Sophie de Goede, Queen’s

COACH OF THE YEAR Pete Hercus, Trent Colette McAuley, Guelph

COMMUNITY SERVICE Lori Musselman, Laurier Arielle Dubissette-Borrice, Western

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FIELD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP YORK UNIVERSITY // OCT. 27-29

CHAMPIONS York Lions

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rebecca Plouffe, Guelph Jaslan Stirling, York

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jaslan Stirling, York

GOALIE OF THE YEAR Marielle Fernback, Western

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTOR Erin Janna, McGill

COACH OF THE YEAR Rachelle Seguin, Queen’s

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WOMEN’S ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP ROW ONTARIO // OCT. 27-28

CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Louise Munro, Queen’s

COACH OF THE YEAR Sara Matovic, Western

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MEN’S ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP ROW ONTARIO // OCT. 27-28

CHAMPIONS Brock Badgers

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Taylor Ashwood, Brock Alex Bernst, Queen’s

COACH OF THE YEAR Scott Anderson, Brock Tom Kent, Brock

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WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

CHAMPIONSHIP UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR // OCT. 28

CHAMPIONS Queen’s Gaels

MOST VALUABLE RUNNER Branna MacDougall, Queen’s

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Rebekka Pyle, Lakehead

COMMUNITY SERVICE Christiana Agustin, Toronto

COACH OF THE YEAR Steve Boyd, Queen’s

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MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

CHAMPIONSHIP UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR // OCT. 28

CHAMPIONS Guelph Gryphons

MOST VALUABLE RUNNER Connor Black, Guelph

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Max Turek, McMaster

COMMUNITY SERVICE Ben Carson, Western

COACH OF THE YEAR Dave Scott-Thomas, Guelph

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2017-18 BANNER SEASON

MEN’S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP YORK UNIVERSITY // NOV. 3-4

CHAMPIONS York Lions

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER E: Gabriel Bitar, Carleton W: Cristian Cavallini, York

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR E: Gabriel Bitar, Carleton W: Connor Wilson, Western

COACH OF THE YEAR E: Kwesi Loney, Carleton W: Lucio Ianiero, Brock

COMMUNITY SERVICE Andrea Cicciarella, UOIT

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WOMEN’S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP UOIT // NOV. 4-5

CHAMPIONS Guelph Gryphons

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER E: Laura Callender, Queen’s W: Nicole Lyon, Laurier

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR E: Victoria Watson, Ryerson W: Giulia Geraci, Western

COACH OF THE YEAR E: Peyvand Mossavat, UOIT W: Martin Painter, Western

COMMUNITY SERVICE E: Hannah Landry, Ottawa W: Sara Van Den Akker, Guelph

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2017-18 BANNER SEASON

110TH YATES CUP CHAMPIONSHIP WESTERN UNIVERSITY // NOV. 11

CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE GAME Cedric Joseph, Western

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE GAME Fraser Sopik, Western

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE GAME Mike Sananes, Western

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MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Kurleigh Gittens Jr., Laurier

PRESIDENT’S TROPHY (DEFENSIVE PLAYER) Jackson Bennett, Ottawa

J.P. METRAS TROPHY (LINEMAN) Kene Onyeka, Carleton

NORM MARSHALL TROPHY (ROOKIE) Tre Ford, Waterloo

DAVID “TUFFY” KNIGHT AWARD (COACH) Chris Bertoia, Waterloo

RUSS JACKSON NOMINEE Nicolas Vanin, Western

VOLUNTEER COACH OF THE YEAR Paul Gleason, Western

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MEN’S RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY // NOV. 11

CHAMPIONS Queen’s Gaels

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Andrew Quattrin, Laurier

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Josh Engelbrecht, Queen’s

COACH OF THE YEAR Ian McLeod, Laurier

TRILLIUM AWARD Charlie Tremblay, Queen’s

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WATER POLO CHAMPIONSHIP CARLETON UNIVERSITY // NOV. 24-26

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Dusan Boskovic, Carleton

MOST VALUABLE GOALIE Trevor Robinson, Queen’s

COACH OF THE YEAR Zoltan Csepregi, Carleton

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MEN’S FENCING CHAMPIONSHIP RMC // FEB. 3-4

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

MOST PROFICIENT Matthew Litwin, Queen’s

SCHWENDE-TULLY (SABRE) William Kinney, Toronto

CHARLES WALTER (FOIL) Mateusz Kozak, Ryerson

DESJARLAIS (EPEE) Zac Zanussi, Carleton

COACH OF THE YEAR Tim Stang, Brock

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WOMEN’S SWIMMING

CHAMPIONSHIP WESTERN UNIVERSITY // FEB. 8-10

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

SWIMMER OF THE YEAR Kylie Masse, Toronto

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Isabelle Lei, McMaster

COACH OF THE YEAR Byron McDonald, Toronto

AWARD FOR IM EXCELLENCE Hannah Genich, Toronto

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MEN’S SWIMMING

CHAMPIONSHIP WESTERN UNIVERSITY // FEB. 8-10

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

SWIMMER OF THE YEAR Davide Casarin, Ottawa

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jacob Issac, Ottawa

COACH OF THE YEAR Dave Heinbuch, Ottawa

AWARD FOR IM EXCELLENCE Montana Champagne, Ottawa

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WOMEN’S SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIP QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY // FEB. 9-11

CHAMPIONS Queen’s Gaels

most valuable player Heather McLachlan, Brock

rookie of the year Heather McLachlan, Brock

COACH OF THE YEAR Zoltan Csepregi, Carleton

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MEN’S SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIP QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY // FEB. 9-11

CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

most valuable player David Mill, Western

rookie of the year Alex Collins, Queen’s

COACH OF THE YEAR Vinit Kudva, Waterloo

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WOMEN’S WRESTLING

CHAMPIONSHIP BROCK UNIVERSITY // FEB. 11

CHAMPIONS Brock Badgers

most outstanding wrestler Hannah Taylor, Brock

rookie of the year Samantha Romano, Brock

COACH OF THE YEAR Marty Calder, Brock

community service Christine Chan, York

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MEN’S WRESTLING

CHAMPIONSHIP BROCK UNIVERSITY // FEB. 11

CHAMPIONS Brock Badgers

most outstanding wrestler Job Reinhart, Guelph

rookie of the year Vidran Thanarajah, McMaster

COACH OF THE YEAR Cleo Ncube, McMaster

community service Kevin Voung, York

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BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIP RYERSON UNIVERSITY // FEB. 16-18

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER W: Bethany So, Toronto M: Jack Hall, Western

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR W: Cara de Belle, Western M: Liam Woodside, Ottawa

COACH OF THE YEAR Jackie Yeung, Toronto

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WOMEN’S FENCING CHAMPIONSHIP CARLETON UNIVERSITY // FEB. 17-18

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

MOST PROFICIENT Victoria Edwards, Western

MAITRE KEN WOOD (FOIL) Christie Lee, Toronto

DR. AL ENGLISH (EPEE) Vanessa Lacas-Warrick, York

FRED WACH (SABRE) Victoria Edwards, Western

COACH OF THE YEAR Alice Lu, Ryerson

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WOMEN’S CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP ALGOMA UNIVERSITY // FEB. 15-19

CHAMPIONS Laurier Golden Hawks

first-team all-stars Skip: Krysta Burns, Laurentian Lead: Erin Tomalty, Lakehead Second: Calli Barclay, Queen’s Vice: Riley Sandham, Laurier

COACH OF THE YEAR Dick Henderson, Lakehead

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MEN’S CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP ALGOMA UNIVERSITY // FEB. 15-19

CHAMPIONS Brock Badgers

first-team all-stars Skip: Ryan Thompson Brown, Western Lead: Owen Purdy, Queen’s Second: Jonathan U, Ryerson Vice: Parker Konschuh, Western

COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Charlebois, Lakehead

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WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD

CHAMPIONSHIP

UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR // FEB. 23-24

CHAMPIONS Guelph Gryphons

HEC PHILLIPS TROPHY Lucia Stafford, Toronto

MOST VALUABLE PERFORMER (FIELD) Sarah Mitton, Windsor

MOST VALUABLE PERFORMER (TRACK) Kelsey Balkwill, Windsor

COMMUNITY SERVICE Stefanie Smith, Windsor

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Morgan Byng, Guelph

COACH OF THE YEAR Dave Scott-Thomas, Guelph

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MEN’S TRACK & FIELD

CHAMPIONSHIP

UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR // FEB. 23-24

CHAMPIONS Guelph Gryphons

HEC PHILLIPS TROPHY Tommy Land, Guelph

MOST VALUABLE PERFORMER (FIELD) Nick Fyffe, York

MOST VALUABLE PERFORMER (TRACK) Jack Sheffar, Western

COMMUNITY SERVICE Mark Emode, Guelph

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mark Bujnowski, Guelph

COACH OF THE YEAR Dave Scott-Thomas, Guelph

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WOMEN’S NORDIC SKIING

CHAMPIONSHIP

LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY // FEB. 23-25

CHAMPIONS Carleton Ravens

ALL-STARS Zoë Williams, Carleton Alyssa Stowe, Carleton Marlee Sauder, Queen’s Emily Jones, Carleton Maggie McClure, Carleton Shelby Dickey, Nipissing Camille Hamm, Lakehead Elise Huet, Guelph Adrienne Hynes, Carleton Laura Inkila, Carleton

COACH OF THE YEAR Leif Lennie, Lakehead

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MEN’S NORDIC SKIING

CHAMPIONSHIP

LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY // FEB. 23-25

CHAMPIONS Lakehead Thunderwolves

ALL-STARS Aidan Kirkham, Carleton Jordan Cascagnette, Nipissing Noah Thompson, Lakehead Alexander Maycock, Nipissing Robert Simpson-Spook, Guelph Gavin Shields, Lakehead Noah Taylor, Lakehead Ezra Pierce, Carleton Geoffrey Way-Nee, Lakehead Brendon Howard, Carleton

COACH OF THE YEAR Colin Rhodes, Waterloo

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2017-18 BANNER SEASON

CRITELLI CUP CHAMPIONSHIP McMASTER UNIVERSITY // MAR. 3

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CHAMPIONS Carleton Ravens

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Leashja Grant, Lakehead

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Elizabeth Leblanc, Carleton

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Marin Scotten, Ryerson

JOY BELLINGER AWARD Andrea Priamo, Queen’s

TRACEY MACLEOD AWARD Lindsay Shotbolt, York

COACH OF THE YEAR Taffe Charles, Carleton

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WILSON CUP CHAMPIONSHIP CARLETON UNIVERSITY // MAR. 3

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CHAMPIONS Carleton Ravens

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kadre Gray, Laurentian

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Marcus Anderson, Carleton

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Ali Sow, Laurier

KEN SHIELDS AWARD Mike Rocca, Windsor

COACH OF THE YEAR Dave Smart, Carleton

OFFICIALS AWARD OF MERIT Christine Vuong

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2017-18 BANNER SEASON

FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP WESTERN UNIVERSITY // MAR. 6-7

CHAMPIONS Toronto Varsity Blues

COACH OF THE YEAR Ashley Hui, Toronto

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2017-18 BANNER SEASON

QUIGLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP RYERSON UNIVERSITY // MAR. 10

CHAMPIONS Ryerson Rams

player of the year E: Alina Dormann, Toronto W: Maicee Sorensen, McMaster

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR E: Julia Wiercigroch, Queen’s W: Paige Phills, Windsor

COACH OF THE YEAR E: Dustin Reid, Ryerson W: Paul Funk, Guelph

award of merit E: Julie Longman, Ryerson W: Tori Carroll, Brock

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FORSYTH CUP CHAMPIONSHIP McMASTER UNIVERSITY // MAR. 10

CHAMPIONS McMaster Marauders

player of the year E: Lucas Coleman, Ryerson W: Andrew Richards, McMaster

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR E: Zane Grossinger, Queen’s W: Logan House, Brock

COACH OF THE YEAR E: Brenda Willis, Queen’s W: Dave Preston, McMaster

award of merit E: Spencer Dakin Kuiper, York W: Peter Khodkevych, McMaster

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McCAW CUP CHAMPIONSHIP QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY // MAR. 10

CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR Katrina Manoukarakis, Queen’s

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Maria Dominico, Nipissing

DEFENDER OF THE YEAR Zosia Davis, Nipissing

GOALIE OF THE YEAR Stephanie Pascal, Queen’s

FORWARD OF THE YEAR Katrina Manoukarakis, Queen’s

marion hilliard award Ailish Forfar, Ryerson

most sportsmanlike Claire Merrick, Guelph

coach of the year Matt Holmberg, Queen’s

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QUEEN’S CUP CHAMPIONSHIP BROCK UNIVERSITY // MAR. 10

CHAMPIONS McGill Redmen

BILL L’HEUREUX MEMORIAL TROPHY Anthony Beauregard, Concordia

OUA DEFENSEMAN OF THE YEAR Alex Basso, Ryerson

OUA GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR Clint Windsor, Brock

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR E: Anthony Beauregard, Concordia W: Alex Basso, Ryerson

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR E: Riley Brandt, RMC W: Todd Winder, Guelph

DEFENDER OF THE YEAR E: Spencer Abraham, Queen’s W: Alex Basso, Ryerson

GOALIE OF THE YEAR E: Louis-Philip Guindon, McGill W: Clint Windsor, Brock

RANDY GREGG AWARD E: Nathan Chiarlitti, McGill W: Shayne Rover, York

most sportsmanlike E: Spencer Abraham, Queen’s W: Shayne Rover, York

coach of the year E: Kelly Nobes, McGill W: Marty Williamson, Brock

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U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIPS OUA SUCCESS ON THE NATIONAL STAGE

53RD VANIER CUP CHAMPIONS Western Mustangs

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Carleton Ravens

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS Ryerson Rams

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WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS

Toronto Varsity Blues

Guelph Gryphons

WOMEN’S WRESTLING CHAMPIONS

MEN’S WRESTLING CHAMPIONS

Brock Badgers

Brock Badgers

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONS

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONS

Guelph Gryphons

Guelph Gryphons

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female athlete of the year

male athlete of the year

Kylie Masse, Toronto

Kadre Gray, Laurentian

female team of the year

female team of the year

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male team of the year

female coach of the year

Western Football

Colette McAuley, Guelph

male coach of the year

j.p. loosemore award

Taffe Charles, Carleton

Janean Sergeant, Queen’s

john mcmanus award

media award of distinction

Brenda Willis, Queen’s

David Grossman

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best market-driven championship Brock Badgers (Men’s Hockey)

best high performance championship UOIT Ridgebacks (Women’s Soccer)

best competitive championship RMC Paladins (Men’s Fencing)

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photo of the year

best fan support group

Naman Sharma

Ryerson Rams

best mascot

best social media account

UOIT Ridgebacks (Hunter)

Guelph Gryphons (Instagram)

best video feature

best webcast production

Brock Badgers (WE ARE Series)

Queen’s Gaels

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ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

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powered by:

WEEK ATHLETE SCHOOL SPORT August 21 Nicki Parkes Toronto Varsity Blues Soccer Tyrell Ford Waterloo Warriors Football August 28 Libby Brenneman Guelph Gryphons Soccer Jacob Schroeter* Queen’s Gaels Soccer September 4 Sophie de Goede Queen’s Gaels Rugby Abdallah El-Chanti* Ryerson Rams Soccer September 11 Claire Sumner* Queen’s Gaels Cross Country Connor Black Guelph Gryphons Cross Country September 18 Jaslan Stirling* York Lions Field Hockey Christian Cavallini York Lions Soccer September 25 Laura Callender Queen’s Gaels Soccer Braeden Gee Western Mustangs Soccer October 2 Sophie de Goede Queen’s Gaels Rugby Gabriel Bitar Carleton Ravens Soccer October 9 Emmanuela Jada Guelph Gryphons Rugby Phil Vranic* Guelph Gryphons Swimming October 16 Madeline Albert*^ Toronto Varsity Blues Hockey Evan McEachern Toronto Varsity Blues Hockey October 23 Branna MacDougall Queen’s Gaels Cross Country Praveen Ahilan Ryerson Rams Soccer October 30 Victoria Hinchliffe Guelph Gryphons Soccer Kadre Gray Laurentian Voyageurs Basketball November 6

Sasha Gollish*

Toronto Varsity Blues

Cross Country

Daniel Vautour* RMC Paladins Hockey November 13 Hilary Hanaka McMaster Marauders Basketball Eddie Ekiyor Carleton Ravens Basketball

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WEEK ATHLETE SCHOOL SPORT November 20 Kylie Masse*^ Toronto Varsity Blues Swimming Kadre Gray * Laurentian Voyageurs Basketball November 27 Sofia Paska Ryerson Rams Basketball Ben Blasko UOIT Ridgebacks Hockey January 1 Rachel Seeley Ryerson Rams Hockey Tevaun Kokko* Laurier Golden Hawks Basketball January 8 Kara Stephan RMC Paladins Volleyball Kadre Gray Laurentian Voyageurs Basketball January 15 Emma Pye Waterloo Warriors Hockey Manny Diressa* Ryerson Rams Basketball January 22 Stephanie Pascal* Queen’s Gaels Hockey Ben Zahra McMaster Marauders Wrestling January 29

Sarah Hammond

Guelph Gryphons

Track & Field

Slater Doggett* Queen’s Gaels Hockey February 5 Kylie Masse*^ Toronto Varsity Blues Swimming Eli Wall Toronto Varsity Blues Swimming February 12 Kaitlin Jewer* Laurier Golden Hawks Curling Mike Rocca Windsor Lancers Basketball February 19 Kylie Masse* Toronto Varsity Blues Swimming Tommy Land Guelph Gryphons Track & Field February 26 Alina Dormann Toronto Varsity Blues Volleyball Zane Grossinger Queen’s Gaels Volleyball March 5 Kelsey Balkwill* Windsor Lancers Track & Field Tommy Land Guelph Gryphons Track & Field March 12 Theanna Vernon*^ Ryerson Rams Volleyball Brandon Koppers McMaster Marauders Volleyball March 19 Kelly Middaugh Laurier Golden Hawks Curling John Willsey Waterloo Warriors Curling

* Denotes U SPORTS Athlete of the Week

^ Denotes U SPORTS Athlete of the Month

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FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK WEEK ATHLETE SCHOOL CATEGORY August 26 Matteo Del Brocco Queen’s Gaels Offence Alain Cimankinda Guelph Gryphons Defence Lewis Ward* Ottawa Gee-Gees Special Teams September 2 Zeph Fraser Guelph Gryphons Offence Jordan Gillespie Toronto Varsity Blues Defence Jackson Bennett* Ottawa Gee-Gees Special Teams September 9 Levondre Gordon* Laurier Golden Hawks Offence Isaiah Guzylak-Messam Laurier Golden Hawks Defence Ryan Isenor* Guelph Gryphons Special Teams September 16 Lucas McConnell Waterloo Warriors Offence Robbie Smith* Laurier Golden Hawks Defence Gabriel Ferraro* Guelph Gryphons Special Teams September 23 Alex Taylor Western Mustangs Offence Rossini Sandjong-Djabome York Lions Defence Kurleigh Gittens Jr. Laurier Golden Hawks Special Teams September 30 Johnny Augustine Guelph Gryphons Offence Jackson Bennett Ottawa Gee-Gees Defence Quinton Soares* Carleton Ravens Special Teams October 7 Jake Puskas* Queen’s Gaels Offence Shomari Hutchinson* Laurier Golden Hawks Defence Kadeem Hemmings York Lions Special Teams

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WEEK ATHLETE SCHOOL CATEGORY October 14 Nathan Carter Carleton Ravens Offence Jackson Bennett* Ottawa Gee-Gees Defence Lewis Ward Ottawa Gee-Gees Special Teams October 21 Chris Osei-Kusi Queen’s Gaels Offence Dotun Aketepe Guelph Gryphons Defence Gabriel Ferraro* Guelph Gryphons Special Teams October 28 Jordan Lyons McMaster Marauders Offence Luke Korol Guelph Gryphons Defence Gabriel Ferraro Guelph Gryphons Special Teams November 4 Cedric Joseph Western Mustangs Offence Scott Hutter Laurier Golden Hawks Defence Marc Liegghio Western Mustangs Special Teams November 11 Cedric Joseph* Western Mustangs Offence Fraser Sopik Western Mustangs Defence Mike Sananes Western Mustangs Special Teams November 18 Chris Merchant* Western Mustangs Offence Fraser Sopik* Western Mustangs Defence Mike Sananes Western Mustangs Special Teams November 25 Chris Merchant* Western Mustangs Offence Fraser Sopik* Western Mustangs Defence Marc Liegghio* Western Mustangs Special Teams

* Denotes U SPORTS Player of the Week

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PEAK PERFORMERS OF THE WEEK

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WEEK ATHLETE SCHOOL SPORT August 21 Jace Kostopoulos Guelph Gryphons Soccer September 25 Christian Huack Laurier Golden Hawks Baseball October 2 Sasha Obucina Toronto Varsity Blues Tennis October 9 Laura Upenieks Toronto Varsity Blues Golf October 16 Rose Williams Laurier Golden Hawks Lacrosse November 20

Emirhan Ozdemir

Toronto Varsity Blues

Water Polo

January 1 Bethany So Toronto Varsity Blues Badminton January 8 Zhiyi Chen UOIT Ridgebacks Badminton January 22 Chyna Hui Toronto Varsity Blues Figure Skating January 29 William Kinney Toronto Varsity Blues Fencing February 5 Heather McLachlan Brock Badgers Squash February 12 Bethany So Toronto Varsity Blues Badminton February 19 ZoĂŤ Williams Carleton Ravens Nordic Skiing March 5 Melissa Eratostene Toronto Varsity Blues Figure Skating

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something that the OUA is proud to support. Mental health is a topic that needs to be discussed, and being able to have our student-athletes, coaches, and leadership go beyond the playing field to help bring this conversation to the forefront is a powerful step that we are hopeful can spark positive change in our schools and wider communities.

Let’s talk 365 days a year. Open the conversation.

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#ONETEAMFORMENTALHEALTH Bench the barriers.

There is hope. You are not alone.

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TRAIN WITH GRAINS with grain farmers of ontario

Thanks to a combination of food, fitness, and friends, OUA - in partnership with Grain Farmers of Ontario - crowned the first ever Train with Grains champions – Chris Osei-Kusi (football) from the Queen’s Gaels and Kassidy Nauboris (hockey) from the UOIT Ridgebacks. Osei-Kusi and Nauboris topped the finalist pool of five male and five female participants that took part in the live Train with Grains finale, capping off a two month long contest that started with online video submissions from university students across the province. By gaining the most video views among their competition, the 10 finalists converged at the University of Guelph, wherein a total of $12,000 in grand prizing was awarded to the finalists based on several criteria, including a series of eight fitness-based events, the creation of grain-filled recipes, and a call for engagement on social media.

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TOP 5 FEMALES 1. Kassidy Nauboris, UOIT 2. Larissa McLeod, Waterloo 3. Amy Stephenson, Queen’s 4. Jill Kettlewell, Western 5. Georgia Wilder, UOIT

TOP 5 MALES 1. Chris Osei-Kusi, Queen’s 2. Tommy Detlor, Ottawa 3. Tyrell Mairs, York 4. Ezekiel Williams, Ottawa 5. Jon Halpenny, Waterloo

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QUEST FOR THE CUP CAMPUS TOUR with pioneer DATE TOUR STOP teams EVENT September 15

Meridian Centre

Guelph Gryphons v. Brock Badgers

Steel Blade Classic (Hockey)

September 23

University of Guelph

McMaster Marauders v. Guelph Gryphons

Homecoming (Football)

September 30

TD Stadium

Carleton Ravens v. uOttawa Gee-Gees

Panda Game (Football)

October 6

Wilfrid Laurier University

Waterloo Warriors v. Laurier Golden Hawks

School Day Game (W/M Soccer)

October 28

University of Windsor

Guelph Gryphons v. Windsor Lancers

Home Opener (W/M Basketball)

November 4

Wilfrid Laurier University

McMaster Marauders v. Laurier Golden Hawks

Yates Cup Semifinal (Football)

November 11

Western University

Laurier Golden Hawks v. Western Mustangs

110th Yates Cup (Football)

November 25

Tim Horton’s Field

Laval Rouge et Or v. Western Mustangs

Vanier Cup (Football)

December 2

Meridian Centre

Carleton Ravens v. Brock Badgers

W/M Basketball

January 18

Sleeman Centre

Laurier Golden Hawks v. Guelph Gryphons

Frosty Mug (Hockey)

February 1

Rogers K-Rock Centre

RMC Paladins v. Queen’s Gaels

Carr-Harris Cup (Hockey)

February 2

Canadian Tire Centre

uOttawa Gee-Gees v. Carleton Ravens

Capital Hoops (Basketball)

February 9

Laurentian University

uOttawa Gee-Gees v. Laurentian Voyageurs

W/M Basketball

February 10

Nipissing University

McMaster Marauders v. Nipissing Lakers

W/M Volleyball

March 3

Carleton University

Ryerson Rams v. Carleton Ravens

Wilson Cup (Basketball)

March 10

Seymour-Hannah Centre

McGill Redmen v. Brock Badgers

107th Queen’s Cup (Hockey)

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OUA IN A SNAP with mohawk college Launching in 2017, OUA partnered with Mohawk College to execute a new show centered on university football, OUA in a Snap, utilizing the multimedia skill set of students from Mohawk’s School of Media and Entertainment to provide fans with all they need to know from the gridiron, and beyond, in Ontario.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR OUA IN A SNAP GUESTS Kyle Quinlan, McMaster Tre & Tyrell Ford, Waterloo Grant & Troy Curtis, Waterloo Kevin & Kyle Boismier, Waterloo Jeff Johnson, York TJ Morton, Toronto David Frizzell, OUA Jackson White, McMaster Justice Allin, McMaster Tommy Nield, McMaster Adrian Lightowler, Toronto Chris Bertoia, Waterloo Dave Preston, McMaster Brandon Koppers, McMaster Nicole Morrison, Laurier Daniel Dooley, Guelph Tyler Harrison, Brock

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