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ONTARIO UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS SPORTS UNIVERSITAIRES DE L'ONTARIO

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TABLE OF CONTENTS OUA Staff Directory CIS Media Contact 2011 OUA Schedule 2011 OUA Television Schedule University Rush on the Score OUA Overtime Format OUA Tie-Breaking Procedures Team Information Guelph Gryphons McMaster Marauders Ottawa Gee-Gees Queen’s Gaels Toronto Varsity Blues Waterloo Warriors Western Mustangs Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Windsor Lancers York Lions 2010 Year In Review Standings, Results & Playoffs Final Statistics OUA Attendance 2010 Awards History of the Yates Cup Past Yates Cup Champions All-Stars OUA & CIS Award Winners OUA Players in the CFL/NFL OUA Football Records OUA Team Records OUA Individual Records

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OUA/CIS DIRECTORY ONTARIO UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS 1119 FENNELL AVE. EAST, SUITE 230 HAMILTON, ON, L8T 1S2 TEL: 905-540-5148 FAX: 905-574-2840 WEB: www.oua.ca FACEBOOK: /UniversityRush TWITTER: @ouachamps4life YOUTUBE: /ouachampionsforlife PRESIDENT GORD GRACE TEL: 519-253-3000 X 2437 EMAIL: ggrace@uwindsor.ca

CONVENOR PETER BAXTER TEL: 519-884-0710 X 2216 EMAIL: pbaxter@wlu.ca

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WARD DILSE TEL: 905-540-5151 CELL: 905-977-1100 EMAIL: ward.dilse@oua.ca

COMMUNICATIONS & NEW MEDIA JESSICA BARRETT TEL: 905-540-5156 CELL: 289-237-8345 EMAIL: jessica.barrett@oua.ca

MARKETING & EVENTS BRIAN JONES TEL: 905-540-5150 CELL: 289-925-5256 EMAIL: brian.jones@oua.ca

SPORT PROGRAMMING MICHAEL BIANCHI TEL: 905-540-5148 CELL: 416-625-2902 EMAIL: michael.bianchi@oua.ca

SPORT DEVELOPMENT SAMANTHA MAGALAS CELL: 905-870-9773 EMAIL: samantha.magalas@oua.ca

CANADIAN INTERUNIVERSITY SPORT 801 KING EDWARD AVE., SUITE N205 OTTAWA, ON, K1N 6N5 TEL: 613-562-5670 FAX: 613-562-5669 EMAIL: info@universitysport.ca WEB: www.cis-sic.ca MEDIA RELATIONS MICHEL BELANGER TEL: 613-562-5670 X 25 EMAIL: belanger@universitysport.ca

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2011 OUA SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 5, 2011 1:00 PM TORONTO @ WINDSOR 1:00 PM OTTAWA @ GUELPH 1:00 PM LAURIER @ YORK 2:00 PM MCMASTER @ QUEEN’S 7:00 PM WATERLOO @ WESTERN

OCTOBER 15, 2011 1:00 PM MCMASTER @ LAURIER 1:00 PM WESTERN @ TORONTO 1:00 PM WINDSOR @ OTTAWA 1:00 PM YORK @ GUELPH 1:00 PM WATERLOO @ QUEEN’S

SEPTEMBER 10, 2011 1:00 PM WESTERN @ MCMASTER 1:00 PM TORONTO @ YORK 1:00 PM QUEEN’S @ OTTAWA 1:00 PM GUELPH @ WATERLOO 7:00 PM WINDSOR @ LAURIER

OCTOBER 22, 2011 1:00 PM WESTERN @ QUEEN’S 1:00 PM WINDSOR @ YORK 1:00 PM LAURIER @ GUELPH 1:00 PM OTTAWA @ MCMASTER 1:00 PM WATERLOO @ TORONTO

SEPTEMBER 17, 2011 1:00 PM YORK @ WATERLOO 1:00 PM GUELPH @ TORONTO 1:00 PM LAURIER @ QUEEN’S 1:00 PM OTTAWA @ WESTERN 7:00 PM MCMASTER @ WINDSOR

OCTOBER 29, 2011 OUA QUARTER-FINALS 1:00 PM NO. 6 @ NO. 3 1:00 PM NO. 5 @ NO. 4

SEPTEMBER 24, 2011 1:00 PM QUEEN’S @ YORK 1:00 PM WESTERN @ LAURIER 1:00 PM WINDSOR @ WATERLOO 1:00 PM TORONTO @ OTTAWA 1:00 PM MCMASTER @ GUELPH SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 7:00 PM QUEEN’S @ TORONTO OCTOBER 1, 2011 1:00 PM YORK @ WESTERN 1:00 PM OTTAWA @ LAURIER 1:00 PM WATERLOO @ MCMASTER 7:00 PM GUELPH @ WINDSOR OCTOBER 6, 2011 7:00 PM TORONTO @ MCMASTER 7:00 PM LAURIER @ WATERLOO OCTOBER 8, 2011 1:00 PM GUELPH @ WESTERN 1:00 PM YORK @ OTTAWA 7:00 PM QUEEN’S @ WINDSOR

NOVEMBER 5, 2011 OUA SEMIFINALS LOWEST REMAINING SEED @ NO. 1 HIGHEST REMAINING SEED @ NO. 2 104TH YATES CUP CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY PIONEER ENERGY NOVEMBER 12, 2011 1:00 PM OUA SEMIFINAL WINNERS @ HIGHEST REMAINING SEED UTECK BOWL NOVEMBER 18, 2011 OUA CHAMPION VS. AUS CHAMPION IN MONCTON MITCHELL BOWL NOVEMBER 18, 2011 RSEQ CHAMPION @ CWUAA CHAMPION VANIER CUP NOVEMBER 25, 2011 MITCHELL WINNER VS. UTECK WINNER BC PLACE VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - THE SCORE TELEVISION NETWORK

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UNIVERSITY RUSH ON THE SCORE Ontario University Athletics (OUA) football returns to theScore on Sat. Sept. 10, marking the 10th season of University Rush coverage. Again this year, theScore will broadcast six regular season and four playoff games, culminating with the 104th Yates Cup presented by Pioneer Energy in High Definition (HD) on Nov. 12. It all gets underway in the second week of the OUA season, when the McMaster Marauders play host to the 2010 Yates Cup champion Western Mustangs in a rematch of last season’s semifinal. The then nationally ranked No. 7 Marauders dominated the time of possession battle over the No. 2 Mustangs, but 21 unanswered points by Western gave them a big enough cushion to survive their seven turnovers to hold on for the 34-28 victory, advancing to their fourth straight Yates Cup game. Sept. 17 finds the Guelph Gryphons visiting the Toronto Varsity Blues. The Blues suffered a heart-breaking loss in the first week of 2010 after a Gryphon field goal was kicked with six seconds remaining in the game to give Guelph the twopoint win. This marks Toronto’s first nationally televised game since the 2006 season when they faced the York Lions in the 37th Annual Red & Blue Bowl. The first of two University Rush Homecoming games featured on theScore has McMaster visiting Guelph on Sept. 24. The following week Ottawa will travel to University Stadium in Waterloo, Ont. to take on Wilfrid Laurier. Coach JP Asselin and the Gee-Gees will be without 2010 Hec Crighton winning quarterback Brad Sinopoli (Peterborough, Ont.) when they take on the Golden Hawks on Oct. 1. Last year’s semifinal between the two teams came down to one point with Ottawa narrowly escaping 32-31. After a break for Thanksgiving, Laurier plays host again as 2010’s third and fourth place teams, McMaster and the Golden Hawks, meet in Week 7 on Oct. 15. When the two teams played each other last year the Marauders took the 26-24 decision.

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With only a few key losses on either roster, fans can expect another close game. McMaster quarterback Kyle Quinlan (South Woodslee, Ont.) will need to keep his head up for Laurier’s defence with the departure of Justin Glover, Michael Warner, and Michael Hoy from the Marauders’ offensive line. The Golden Hawks return Mitchell Bosch (Langley, B.C.) who led the defence last season with 35 solo tackles, 22 assisted tackles, two sacks, and three interceptions, but will be without 2010 OUA Presidents’ trophy nominee Giancarlo Rapanaro (Niagara Falls, Ont.) who played out his eligibility with the purple and gold. The OUA regular season concludes on Sat. Oct. 22 with five games that will no doubt have playoff implications. Last season, even after the final games were played, a three-way tie had to be broken to determine playoff seeding. Week 8 will feature a key game for post-season positioning. Returning for another season is theScore’s play-by-play announcer Tim Micallef. He’ll be calling all the action and will be joined during each broadcast by former Western football star Donnovan Bennett, who moves up from the sidelines for his rookie season in the booth. Glenn Schiiler will be on the sidelines as University Rush host for the fifth season.

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OVERTIME FORMAT In the event a game is tied after regulation, an overtime will be used to decide a winner. Since 2002, OUA has used the shoot-out 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, all 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 Sept. 20, 2003 - McMaster 30 @ Queen’s 27 Sept. 27, 2003 - Western 31 @ Laurier 28 Nov. 1, 2003* - Laurier 36 @ Queen’s 33 Sept. 5, 2004 - Waterloo 24 @ Ottawa 25 Sept. 17, 2005 - Waterloo 27 @ Guelph 24 *Denotes playoff game

Sept. 17, 2005 - York 40 @ Toronto 33 Oct. 15, 2005 - Western 24 @ Ottawa 27 Sept. 4, 2006 - Laurier 24 @ Guelph 17 Oct. 14, 2006 - Queen’s 16 @ York 14 Sept. 3, 2007 - Queen’s 26 @ Western 20 Oct. 17, 2009 - McMaster 15 @ Windsor 14 Sept. 25, 2010 - Ottawa 27 @ Queen’s 25

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


GUELPH GRYPHONS UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS 50 Stone Rd. East Guelph, ON, N1G 2W1 Tel: 519-824-4120 ext. 56134 Fax: 519-766-9563 Web: www.gryphons.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Tom Kendall 519-824-4120, ext. 56593 tkendall@uoguelph.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Michelle Pino 519-824-4120 ext. 53159 519-400-4622 (cell) mpino@uoguelph.ca 2010 RECORD Regular Season: 4-4 Playoffs: 0-1 (Lost in OUA Quarter-Final) HEAD COACH Stu Lang (2nd Season) 519-824-4120 ext. 53406 slang@uoguelph.ca ASSISTANT COACHES Todd Galloway - Offensive Coordinator Kevin McNeil - Defensive Coordinator Bill Brown - Special Forces Coordinator, Director of Recruiting & Football Development Alex Derma - Scout Team Coordinator Rob Kitching - Quarterbacks Coach Mike MacDonald - Offensive Line Coach Chris Portwood - Assistant Offensive Line Coach Zach Pollari – Offensive Assistant Steve Viveiros – Running Backs Coach Mike Danischewsky – Receivers Coach Brian Cluff – Defensive Line Coach Dan Noble – Assistant Defensive Line Coach Marcello Simmons – Defensive Backs Coach Chris Decker – Special Forces Coach John Casasanta – Defensive Assistant & Special Forces Personnel Coach John Katsaouni – Kicking Coach Jeff Keddie – Business Manager & Alumni Affairs

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HOME FIELD Alumni Stadium - Capacity: 5,100 seats; 8,000 total capacity OFFICIAL COLOURS Red, Gold and Black GAME DAY CONTACT Michelle Pino 519-400-4622 (cell) Jill Taylor 226-979-2664 (cell) GRYPHONS MEDIA Guelph Tribune: 519-763-3333 ext. 233 Guelph Mercury: 519-822-4310 ext. 6061 The Ontarian: 519-824-4120 ext. 58265 Magic 106.1 FM: 519-824-7000

2011 SCHEDULE September 5 Ottawa 1:00 pm 10 @ Waterloo 1:00 pm 17 @ Toronto 1:00 pm 24* McMaster 1:00 pm October 1 @ Windsor 7:00 pm 8 @ Western 1:00 pm 15 York 1:00 pm 22 Laurier 1:00 pm *Homecoming

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing C. Rosetti L. Nangle

Cmp-Att-Yds 99- 170-1447 15- 47-264

% 58.2 31.9

TD-Int 10-2 0-4

Rushing N. Fitzgibbon C. Rossetti S. Lagace

Att-Yds 148-804 61-362 17-113

Avg 5.43 5.93 6.65

TD 2 1 1

Receiving J. Gardner D. Dimitroff K. Campbell D. Honig N. Anapolsky

Rec-Yds 30-512 23-412 10-187 14-185 8-180

Avg 17.07 17.91 18.70 13.21 22.50

TD 5 2 1 0 0

Kickoff Ret N. Anapolsky T. Berta

Ret-Yds 20-436 4-60

Avg 23.15 15

Lng 61 20

Punt Ret N. Anapolsky

Ret-Yds 40-287

Avg 7.18

Lng 42

SPECIAL TEAMS

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles A. Dunk J. Duncan M. Rossetti J. Savoie

Tot-Solo-Ast 54.5-51-27 40-34-12 36-28-16 29-22-14

Sacks S. Eggleton C. Thorn

3 3

Interceptions J. Duncan M. Durigon

5 5

Att-Yds 16-611 8-440

Avg 38.19 55

Punts E. Short

Att-Yds 74-2603

Avg 35.18

FG J. Tropea M. Fortino

Att-Made % 8-4 50 4-3 75

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KEY DEPARTURES Nick Fitzgibbon Andrew Crosby Adam Dunk Grant MacDonald

RB OL LB DL

KEY RECRUITS Jazz Lindsey Jordan Boutelier John Rush Connor Pritty

QB WR LB LB

*2011 East-West Bowl Participant 2010 OUA ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM Nick FitzGibbon RB Grant MacDonald DE James Savoia DH Mark Durigon CB SECOND TEAM Andrew Crosby Jedd Gardner Adam Dunk Jordan Duncan

G WR LB S

Did you know... Jedd Gardner returned a missed field goal 129 yards on October 8, 2010 vs McMaster, putting him tied for second in the OUA record book.

KICKING Kickoffs M. Fortino J. Tropea

KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Jedd Gardner WR Chris Rossetti QB Cam Thorn DL James Savoie DB Jordan Duncan* DB

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GRYPHONS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

MAC 1-26 5-5 3-23 23-12 3-18 21-25

OTT

45-0 12-11 4-20 29-22 8-23 45-3 28-15 14-14 10-14 10-28 21-32 7-37 23-8 40-20 24-13 20-3 36-7 17-46 11-17 26-12 31-34 22-26

GUELPH REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD QUE TOR WAT WLU UWO WSR 16-34 1-15 0-15 15-28 1-32 3-11 4-35 8-31 22-36 15-21 14-33 19-0 10-25 10-8 20-10 18-3 9-33 19-19 13-6 24-21 9-61 3-24 23-22 33-32 8-51 28-31 24-45 6-65 17-47 14-17 18-9 21-85 0-50 1-22 7-34 8-43 23-10 19-21 17-4 7-30 12-15 14-34 9-31 25-8 9-7 8-26 9-10 20-37 35-3 8-5 18-22 24-4 24-8 15-13 22-1 32-18 14-17 9-21 28-0 28-9 36-11 18-9 24-28 34-0 31-24 29-27 42-23 29-23 39-0 32-45 24-22 21-15 22-19 29-23 30-15 1-52 42-23 26-23 48-6 18-37 6-50 4-35 8-8 31-14 20-27 53-53 27-8 13-18 24-21 13-11 24-25 17-3 4-25 22-11 28-29 3-35 15-31 11-16 7-33 23-27 15-27 46-20 14-15 18-8 27-35 20-18 24-18 10-28 26-24 14-33 24-25 55-18 1-0* 23-25 7-39 33-55 29-27 16-20 7-17 7-57 17-11 14-27 19-37

YRK

Record 1-6-1

17-30 28-16

0-6 4-4 3-3-1 5-2

42-7 17-15 9-11 8-13 1-0* 33-31 44-24 28-1 22-14 7-11 15-35 17-26 24-33 44-11 36-19 53-19 45-3 25-0 28-16 29-18

2-5 2-5

3-4 4-3 4-2-1 5-2 5-2 4-3 4-3 5-2 3-4 4-1-2 5-2 3-4 2-5 4-3 4-3 3-4

6-10

1-7

2-5

22-0 44-0

24-7

17-23

13-10

14-38

24-17

27-24

6-2

26-0

17-4 55-27

0-24

39-10

8-34

46-6

16-12

6-2

47-24 32-39 7-53 3-47 0-56 2-54 22-20 27-43 36-37 31-32 29-32 35-43

10-9 12-21 15-50 17-43 20-19 14-41 31-48 5-34 23-31 26-50 11-54

13-43 9-25 19-40 27-26 10-31 14-26 30-41 49-52 21-15

30-25 23-14 38-15 32-16 20-7 38-3 58-30 66-14 30-0 53-25 15-13

6-37 13-29 15-26 15-17 0-20 31-32 17-29 17-12 13-26 1-24 15-14 14-27 36-61 13-53 24-27 OT 26-47 43-23 17-24 OT 41-8 27-37 37-22 13-15 34-24 14-21 2-36

8-46

19-19

17-14

3-4-1

3-26 29-30

49-26 16-9 27-36 8-42

27-22 28-6 38-8 11-23 23-33 32-14 15-22

3-5 3-5 3-5 2-6 2-6 4-4 3-5 2-6 4-4 4-4 3-5 4-4

9-50 29-42 11-33 10-29 23-25 31-17 16-47 39-41 8-15

32-14 22-19 13-23 36-10 34-8 41-14

47-7 48-2 66-8 26-2

* - 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) REGULAR SEASON VS. CIS SCHOOLS LTN LOY CAR Year 1971 40-25 1974 13-26 1975 30-10 2000

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GRYPHONS PLAYOFF HISTORY Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1974 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

QF

GUELPH PLAYOFF RECORD SF Yates

Bowl

Vanier

CGY 12-7

MTA 22-13

UWO 13-37 WLU 15-32

UWO 29-36 TOR 35-18 UWO 20-26 UWO 13-37 TOR 7-33 MAC 27-15 UWO 15-31 WLU 36-15 UWO 22-20 WLU 24-31 TOR 13-14

UWO 25-10

UWO 7-17

UWO 31-26 UWO 21-49 WLU 15-28

TOR 31-17

UWO 45-10

QUE 16-23

UWO 18-9 WAT 10-30

WAT 23-13

SSK 9-33

WLU 38-31

UWO 21-34

UWO 15-38 MAC 10-63 OTT 9-33 OTT 21-35 MAC 25-21 OTT 37-42 UWO 18-37 WLU 10-42

2010 RESULTS September 1 Toronto 6 @ York 18 Queen’s 25 Western October 2 @ Laurier 7 @ McMaster 16 Windsor 23 @ Ottawa 30* @ Laurier

15-13 W 26-2 W 21-15 W 8-15 L 2-36 L 35-43 L 41-14 W 11-54 L 10-42 L

*Playoff

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MCMASTER MARAUDERS DAVID BRALEY ATHLETIC CENTRE 1280 Main Street West Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1 Tel: 905-525-9140 Fax: 905-526-1573 Web: www.marauders.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Jeff Giles 905-525-9140, ext. 23699 gilesj@mcmaster.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Cameron Dunlop 905-525-9140, ext. 24458 905-741-8767 (cell) dunlopc@mcmaster.ca

HOME FIELD Ron Joyce Stadium - Capacity: 5,500

2010 RECORD Regular Season: 6-2 Playoffs: 1-1 (Lost in OUA Semifinal)

GAME DAY CONTACT Event Cell Phone 905-902-3804 Stadium Phone 905-525-9140 ext. 20369

HEAD COACH Stefan Ptaszek (6th season) 905-525-9140, ext. 23276 ptaszek@mcmaster.ca

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

ASSISTANT COACHES Greg Knox - Defensive Coordinator Jon Behie - Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Frank Gesztesi - Recruting Coordinator/ Linebackers Carm Genovese - Defensive Line Mark Forsyth - Defensive Secondary Dan Bovair - Defensive Secondary Rob Underhill - Defensive Secondary Tom Pain - Linebackers Ryan Loveday - Quarterbacks Al Anonech - Receivers Jason Riley - Offensive Line Brian Brock - Offensive Line Ken Crichton - Offensive Line Larry Guarascia - Running Backs Jason Kana - Runnings Backs Dana Segin - Punters/Kickers

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OFFICIAL COLOURS Maroon and Grey

2011 SCHEDULE

September 5 @ Queen’s 10 Western 17 @ Windsor 24 @ Guelph October 1* Waterloo 6 Toronto 15 @ Laurier 22 Ottawa *Homecoming

2 pm 1 pm 7 pm 1 pm 1pm 7 pm 1 pm 1 pm

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing Cmp-Att-Yds K. Quinlan 127-209-2018 M. Ferguson 26-41-259

% 60.8 63.4

TD-Int 19-6 2-0

Rushing J. Nemet K. Quinlan R. Kotar T. Forsyth

Att-Yds 106-572 60-479 31-205 24-187

Avg 5.40 7.98 6.61 7.79

TD 6 1 1 2

Receiving M. Peressini M. Dicroce K. D'Hollander

Rec-Yds 26-577 23-416 13-279

Avg 16.03 18.09 21.46

TD 5 2 2

Kickoff Ret M. DiCroce B. Dowd

Ret-Yds 6-145 7-128

Avg 24.17 18.29

Lng 101 25

Punt Ret B. Dowd R. Babic M. DiCroce

Ret-Yds 14-153 16-111 11-107

Avg 10.93 6.94 9.73

Lng 34 25 28

SPECIAL TEAMS

KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Kyle Quinlan* QB Matthew Peressini WR Jason Medeiros* OL Tyler Crapigna K Joey Nemet RB Ryan Chimielewski LB Ben D’Aguilar LB Roberto Filice DL MacKenzie Dent DL Joey Cupido DB Steven Ventresca DB Allan Dicks DB Michael DiCroce WR KEY DEPARTURES Justin Glover Michael Warner Michael Hoy Jordan Kozina Byron Metcalfe Steven Cecchini Kevin D’Hollander

OL OL OL RB DB DL WR WR WR RB DB OL OL

Tackles R. Chmielewski B. Metcalfe S. Ventresca J. Cupido

Tot-Solo-Ast 41-37-8 27.5-26-3 27.5-24-7 27-24-6

Sacks R. Chmielewski B. D’Aguilar S. Caterine

KEY RECRUITS Max Cameron Andrin Masotti Chris Pezzetta Nick Shortill Sean Smith Tom Sterling

3 3 3

*2011 East-West Bowl Participant

Interceptions B. Metcalfe R. Chmielewski A. Dicks

Int 4 3 3

2010 OUA ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM Justin Glover C Michael DiCroce WR Ryan Chmielewski LB

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

KICKING Kickoffs T. Crapigna

Att-Yds 20-1098

Avg 54.90

Punts T. Crapigna

Att-Yds 49-1637

Avg 33.41

FG A. Waugh

Att-Made % 12-9 75

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SECOND TEAM Kyle Quinlan Michael Hoy Matt Sewell Joey Nemet Roberto Filice Scott Caterine Joey Cupido

QB G OT RB DT DE CB

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GUE 26-1 5-5 23-3 12-23 18-3 25-21 0-45 11-12 20-4 22-29 23-8 3-45 15-28 14-14 14-10 28-10 32-21 37-7 8-23 20-40 14-23 3-20 7-36 46-17 17-11 12-26 34-31

OTT

MCMASTER REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD QUE TOR WAT UWO WLU WSR 13-24 7-33 17-16 39-21 33-10 7-9 3-21 17-29 27-14 14-43

0-30

0-38

3-9

8-29 3-48 0-39 6-44

7-24 11-52 4-11 10-28

20-10 2-20 7-43 14-27

14-38 1-41 28-35 1-50 14-16 65-8 7-18 23-20 24-21 34-30 0-31 1-22 56-23 24-71 20-25 13-22

15-7 1-29 20-8 0-34 6-29 25-5 6-40 10-8 49-8 30-7 29-0 60-6 60-0 33-2 17-16 21-7 21-25 14-24 0-27 11-24 7-15 23-19

2-28 3-21 0-37 39-36 8-23 18-17 0-42 24-36 14-33 15-33 6-62 3-37 7-32 7-44 7-43 13-56

26-22

28-36

7-33

6-49

0-45 22-21 7-34 26-26 18-29 32-6 19-21 22-23 11-54 11-23 31-8 11-24 14-37 14-80 10-20 15-51 13-42 10-33

0-22 0-44

13-30

9-20

0-28

0-22

14-38 3-16 4-51 6-14

0-26

22-10

35-35

25-53

40-8

42-55

29-37

29-56

39-32 53-7 47-3

31-20 62-0

33-24 41-33 21-21 34-3 57-10 55-17 43-22 60-9 39-23 17-30 52-21

34-27 8-17 48-10 38-37 63-35 53-32 31-55 12-29 22-15

27-53 47-15 15-9 43-25

56-0 54-2 20-22 43-27 37-36 32-31 32-29 43-35

27-15 32-2 31-0 59-1 28-18 24-19 7-60 19-22 35-43

41-22 27-25 30-27 32-13 43-24 37-5 20-24 11-35 7-8 23-18

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42-35 19-50

33-34 26-33 12-31 26-36 31-50 14-30 26-24

Record 5-2-1

22-13 15-16

3-3 2-6 3-4 0-7 2-5 2-5

10-41 13-23 8-10 16-11 20-3 51-6 36-1 24-7 19-24 18-31 8-34 16-12 34-3 40-21 16-22 15-20

8-17 26-11 15-1 16-17 16-17 19-21 17-26 7-15 34-19 25-13 38-15 14-18 24-6 33-32 14-10 31-3 25-4 33-19 49-22 24-14 24-15

0-7 2-5 1-5-1 5-1-1 3-4 7-0 3-4 4-3 3-4 3-4 2-5 2-5 3-4 3-4 1-6 3-4

14-12

14-20

2-6

0-37

13-15

0-8

31-25

10-21 21-43

2-5-1

7-36

24-47

REGULAR SEASON VS. CIS SCHOOLS Year CAR BIS LAV 1971 24-9 1973 31-20 1974 10-18 1999 30-10 6-49 2000 37-1

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7-43

YRK

31-8 53-14 47-1 38-0 52-1 37-8 56-15 29-22 32-20 40-11 15-14 39-3

2-5

30-29

4-4

21-20 39-3 50-0 27-0 51-0 35-6

6-2 6-1 7-0-1 8-0 8-0 7-1 5-3 6-2 5-3 4-4 6-2 6-2

33-16 40-16 53-0 49-8 64-6

Did you know... Last season Kyle Quinlan set the Marauders record for most touchdown passes in a single season with 19. Ben Chapdelaine set the previous record of 18 in 1998.

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MARAUDERS PLAYOFF HISTORY QF 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

MCMASTER PLAYOFF RECORD SF Yates Bowl OTT 9-18

Vanier

WLU 2-40

TOR 6-28 GUE 15-27 UWO 15-30

YRK 62-0 GUE 63-10 WAT 70-7 WSR 49-19 QUE 19-25 GUE 21-25 WLU 0-29 OTT 27-15 QUE 40-19

UWO 32-34 WLU 27-42 WAT 44-20 UWO 46-20 YRK 29-14 WSR 55-15 UWO 40-23 WLU 21-43

WLU 48-23 OTT 30-22 QUE 33-19 WLU 41-17 WLU 19-31

OTT 15-20 MB 6-27 SMU 3-25 LVL 32-36

QUE 6-32 UWO 28-34

2010 RESULTS August 31 Queen’s September 6 Laurier 11 @ Western 18 @ Ottawa 25 Windsor October 2 @ York 7 Guelph 16 @ Toronto 30* Queen’s November 6* @ Western

23-18 W 26-24 W 19-50 L 35-43 L 39-3 W 64-6 W 43-35 W 40-21 W 40-19 W 28-34 L

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OTTAWA GEE-GEES UOTTAWA SPORTS

SERVICES 801 King Edward Ave (E204) Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5 Tel: 613-562-5800 Fax: 613-562-5255 Web: www.geegees.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Luc Gélineau 613-562-5800, ext. 4336 gelineau@uottawa.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Jonathan Bonney 613-562-5800 ext. 4338 613-853-8048 (cell) sportinfo@uottawa.ca 2010 RECORD Regular Season: 7-1 Playoffs: 1-1 (Lost in Yates Cup Final) HEAD COACH Jean Philippe-Asselin (2nd season) 613-562-5800, ext. 6339 jasseli3@uottawa.ca ASSISTANT COACHES Cory McDiarmid – Defensive Coordinator Chris Coulson – Offensive Coordinator Luigi Costanzo – Special Teams Coordinator/ Linebackers Irv Daymond – Offensive Line Naim El-Far – Offensive Line Assistant Joshua Sacobie – Quarterbacks Craig Bears – Running Backs Tyler Aldercotte – Receivers Coach Dave Timmons – Defensive Backs Corey Goff – Defensive Line Nelson Martin – Defensive Assistant Chris Brozozowski – Offensive Assistant/ Game Day Video Coordinator Barry Stewart – Video Coordinator Doug Grinnell – Quality Control David Miller-Johnston – Kickers Cameron Lyons – Equipment Manager Francois Gravelle – Academics Ray Perras – Peak Performance The Canadian Strength Institute – Strength and Conditioning

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HOME FIELD Frank Clair Stadium – Capacity: 15,000 OFFICIAL COLOURS Garnet and Grey GAME DAY CONTACT Jonathan Bonney 613-853-8048 sportinfo@uottawa.ca GEE-GEES MEDIA Ottawa Sun 613-739-5177 Ottawa Citizen 613-829-9100 CTV Ottawa 613-224-1313 CBC Ottawa 613-288-6000 The Team Radio 613-750-1200

2011 SCHEDULE September 5 @ Guelph 1 pm 10 Queen’s 1 pm 17 @ Western 1 pm 24* Toronto 1 pm October 1 @ Laurier 1 pm 8 York 1 pm 15 Windsor 1 pm 22 @ McMaster 1 pm *Homecoming

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing Cmp-Att-Yds B. Sinopoli 184-301-2756 A. Colbon 15-23-176

% 61.1 65.2

TD-Int 22-13 1-1

Rushing B. Sinopoli F. Ngandui M. Stephenson

Att-Yds 42-534 77-487 25-139

Avg 12.71 6.32 5.56

TD 1 3 0

Receiving M. Bolduc S. Hughes C. Adjeitey

Rec-Yds 43-704 57-664 39-584

Avg 16.37 11.65 14.97

TD 6 4 4

Kickoff Ret S. Cha C. Adjeitey

Ret-Yds 6-90 5-60

Avg 15 12

Lng 26 20

Punt Ret C. Elliott

Ret-Yds 43-416

Avg 9.67

Lng 36

SPECIAL TEAMS

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles J. McNaughton T. Sawyer C. Daly C. Elliott

Tot-Solo-Ast 36-32-8 31-25-12 25-23-4 24-22-4

Sacks S. Tetreault T. Sawyer F. Rodrigue

6 2 2

Interceptions L. Shaver C. Daly C. Elliott

Int 3 2 2

KEY RECRUITS Maxime Lepinay Matt Kassner Matt Bergeron Alexandre Labonté Kevin Carmichael Joran McMillan Dustin Wilson Mackenzie Tommy

2010 OUA Awards Brad Sinopoli

Kickoffs M. Falvo

Att-Yds 40-2167

Avg 54.18

Punts M. Falvo

Att-Yds 58-2133

Avg 36.78

FG M. Falvo

Att-Made % 21-15 71

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KEY DEPARTURES Brad Sinopoli QB Matt Bolduc REC Cyril Adjeitey REC Sébastien Tétrault DT James McNaughton LB Chayce Elliot CB Pat D’Amico OL Alex Fortier-Labonté* REC REC DB OL LB DL OL DB RB

*2011 East-West Bowl Participant

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KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Matthew Falvo K Tyler Sawyer* LB Chris Daly DB Steven Hughes REC Brendan Gillanders RB Alex Morrison FB Shavin Fernando OL

Lng 47

Most Valuable Player

2010 OUA ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM Brad Sinopoli QB Patrick D’Amico G Matthew Bolduc IR Steven Hughes IR Cyril Adjeitey WR Matthew Falvo PK Sébastien Tétreault DT Chayce Elliot CB

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GEE-GEES YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year

GUE

MAC

OTTAWA REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD QUE TOR WAT UWO WLU WSR 21-0

1971

24-7 38-14

Record

23-9

2-40

33-7 30-22 55-22

34-27

33-25

16-19

26-30 38-16 3-21** 29-7**

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 50-15 15-27 2002 43-17 2-32 2003 19-20 0-31 2004 41-14 1-59 2005 48-31 18-28 2006 34-5 19-24 2007 31-23 60-7 2008 22-19 2009 50-26 2010 54-11 43-35 ** - participated in OQIFC

9-19** 47-30** 28-21** 27-22** 29-22** 35-1** 45-0** 26-15 28-29 24-19 33-18 34-13 13-12 16-38 8-20 27-25

64-3 57-14 43-0 63-7 72-0 59-23 50-7 39-30 35-15 40-35

Did you know... In 2010 Brad Sinopoli became the all-time Gee-Gees leader in attempts, completions, passing yards, and touchdowns in a season.

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YRK 21-0 14-10

24-7 30-13

1972 1973 1974 1975

17-10

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28-38 41-38 OT 27-47 27-24 OT 17-3 35-30 31-35 17-32 20-19

16-14 20-30 9-29 14-21 29-19 27-15 21-22 27-25 44-21

31-23 44-23 36-21 55-12 43-2 38-40 24-9 23-14

39-31 9-12 17-25 27-23 38-3 37-3 53-14 71-3 54-31 45-3

6-2 5-3 3-4-0-1 5-3 6-2 7-1 8-0 4-4 6-2 7-1

2010 RESULTS August 31 @ Windsor 23-14 W September 6 Western 20-19 W 11 @ York 45-3 W 18 McMaster 43-35 W 25 @ Queen’s 27-25 W (OT) October 2 @ Toronto 35-40 L 23 Guelph 53-11 W November 6* Laurier 32-31 W 13* Western 25-26 L * Playoff

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GEE-GEES PLAYOFF HISTORY OTTAWA PLAYOFF RECORD Year QF SF Yates Bowl 1971 MAC 18-9 UWO 0-13 1972 TOR 28-13 WLU 10-23 1973 WLU 4-48 1974 TOR 21-24 1975 TOR 14-7 WSR 45-6 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 CGY 7-37 1996 StFX 5-13 1997 WAT 1-0* 1998 1999 2000 MAC 20-15 2001 GUE 38-15 QUE 47-12 MAC 22-30 2002 YRK 4-12 2003 WLU 17-38 2004 GUE 33-9 WLU 7-46 2005 GUE 35-21 UWO 18-10 2006 QUE 23-13 WLU 32-14 SASK 28-35 2007 UWO16-23 2008 GUE 42-37 QUE 23-13 UWO 17-31 2009 MAC 15-27 2010 WLU 32-31 UWO 25-26 * - 1-0 forfeit win over Waterloo due to use of ineligible player (1997)

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CGY 14-9

ALTA 21-40

UBC 23-39

REG 42-39

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QUEEN’S GAELS QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS & RECREATION 284 Earl Street Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6 Tel: 613-533-6000 (Main) Tel: 613-533-2500 (Athletics) Fax: 613-545-6478 Web: www.gogaelsgo.com DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Leslie Dal Cin 613-533-6000, ext. 74720 athletic@queensu.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Shawn MacDonald qsports@queensu.ca 613-533-6000, ext. 36990 613-484-6763 (cell) 2010 RECORD Regular Season: 3-5 Playoffs: 0-1 (Lost in OUA Quarter-Final) HEAD COACH Pat Sheahan (12th season) 613-533-6000 ext. 36287 fbcoach@queensu.ca ASSISTANT COACHES Pat Tracey – Assistant Coach & Defensive Coordinator Ryan Bechmanis – Special Teams Coordinator Pat McMenamin – Kicking Ryan Sheahan – Quarterbacks Bob Vespaziani – Defensive Line Jeff Wood – Offensive Line Patrick Corbin – Offensive Line Scott Valberg – Receivers Marty Gordon – Running Backs Wayne Barnett – Videographer Ron Augustine – Recruiting Glen Williamson – Recruiting Lorne Milsap – Recruiting Tom Hopkins – Equipment Manager

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HOME FIELD Richardson Stadium: Capacity - 10,258 OFFICIAL COLOURS Gold, Blue and Red GAME DAY CONTACTS Shawn MacDonald 613-484-6763 (cell) Kelly Smith 613-484-7706 (cell) GAELS MEDIA Whig Standard 613-544-5000, ext. 296 CFRC 101.9 FM 613-533-2121 Queen’s Journal 613-533-6711

2011 SCHEDULE September 5 McMaster 2 pm 10 @ Ottawa 1 pm 17 Laurier 1 pm 24 @ York 1 pm 30 @ Toronto 7 pm October 8 @ Windsor 7 pm 15 Waterloo 1 pm 22 Western 1 pm

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing Cmp-Att-Yds J. Chapdelaine 140-219-1878 B. McPhee 28-62-296

% 63.9 45.2

TD-Int 13-10 2-4

Rushing R. Granberg J. Therrien J. Chapdelaine

Att-Yds 57-517 109-515 44-239

Avg 9.07 4.72 5.43

TD 4 3 7

Receiving D. Sheahan G. Aprile C. Ioannides T. Howes B. Morrison

Rec-Yds 49-559 34-476 17-289 20-251 20-245

Avg 11.41 14 17 12.55 12.25

TD 3 3 3 3 0

Kickoff Ret G. Aprile A. Carroll

Ret-Yds 8-160 7-96

Avg 20 13.7

Lng 31 20

Punt Ret T. Chase-Dunawa G. Aprile J. Sultana

Ret-Yds 31-143 17-123 2-93

Avg 4.6 7.2 46.5

Lng 32 20 53

SPECIAL TEAMS

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles S. Sabourin F. Pankewich J. Miniaci

Tot-Solo-Ast 64-50-28 38-29-18 29-21-16

Sacks F. Pankewich J. Miniaci S. Sabourin T. Festeryga

6 4 2 2

Interceptions S. Laporte 6 tied

Int 2 1

KEY DEPARTURES Devan Sheahan Matt O’Donnell Blaise Morrison Jimmy Therrien Chris Ioannides Alex Daparto Addison Rich

REC OL REC RB REC DB DB

KEY RECRUITS Jesse Andrews Curtis Carmichael Nick Romanchuk Luke Ball Colton Ballou Christophe Smith

RB WR OL LB DB DB

*2011 East-West Bowl Participant 2010 OUA Awards Matt O’Donnell Sam Sabourin Bob Vespaziani

Kickoffs D. Village

Att-Yds 45-2328

Avg 51.73

Punts D. Village

Att-Yds 53-2009

Avg 37.91

FG D. Village

Att-Made % 13-11 85

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Lineman of the Year Rookie of the Year Volunteer Coach of the Year

2010 OUA ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM Matt O’Donnell OT

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KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Bill McPhee QB Ryan Granberg RB Derek Morris* OG Justin Chapdelaine WR John Widgett RB Sam Sabourin LB John Miniaci DL Derek Wiggan DL Andrew Lue DB Stephen Laporte LB Frank Pankewich* DL

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SECOND TEAM Dan Bederman Devan Sheahan Jimmy Therrien Dan Village Frank Pankewich

C IR RB PK DE

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GAELS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year

GUE

1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1979 1983 1991 1992 1993

33-14 10-20

QUEEN'S REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD OTT TOR WAT UWO WLU WSR 28-25 36-0 29-31 18-46 13-27 27-9 34-14 6-48 9-32 20-38 0-26 16-3 10-32 MAC

Record

62-7

30-7

21-3** 7-29**

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 43-13 22-41 2002 25-9 25-27 2003 40-19 27-30 OT 2004 26-27 13-32 2005 24-43 2006 31-10 5-37 2007 26-14 24-20 2008 41-30 35-11 2009 52-49 8-7 2010 15-21 18-23 ** - participated in OQIFC

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19-9** 30-47** 21-28** 22-27** 22-29** 1-35** 0-45** 15-26 29-28 19-24 18-33 13-34 12-13 38-16 20-8 25-27

55-3

38-23 61-10 72-0 70-0 37-0 53-7 54-24 58-14 66-1

26-21 38-2 51-3 14-17 26-18 13-14 45-0 38-22 43-21

41-40

7-67

9-36

30-8 12-9 26-23

47-35 24-49 29-50 28-9 26-20 OT 43-16 27-26 10-46

0-45 4-23 41-7 13-25 23-44

9-36 46-0 51-17 28-30 24-27 18-22 38-3 42-13 40-7

24-22 35-17 47-7 17-16 40-7 16-14 OT 80-0 67-0 52-14

5-3 7-1 7-0-0-1 2-6 3-5 4-4 6-2 8-0 7-1 3-5

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GAELS PLAYOFF HISTORY Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

QF

QUEEN'S PLAYOFF RECORD SF Yates UWO 3-42

Bowl

Vanier

UBC 16-3 UWO 14-32

WLU 29-27 WAT 51-14 YRK 27-6

OTT 12-47 UWO 55-20 WLU 33-36 OT

MAC 25-19 UWO 19-27

OTT 10-23 OTT 13-23 MAC 32-6

TOR 22-7

CGY 21-31

WLU 22-42 GUE 23-16

SMU 31-0

LAV 33-30

CGY 33-31

MAC 19-33

UWO 43-39

MAC 19-40

Did you know... Head Coach Pat Sheahan surpassed 100 career coaching victories with the Gaels’ 66-1 win over Toronto on October 9, 2010.

2010 RESULTS August 31 @ McMaster 18-23 L September 12 Windsor 40-7 W 18 @ Guelph 15-21 L 25 Ottawa 25-27 L (OT) October 2 @ Western 10-46 L 9 Toronto 66-1 W 16 @ Laurier 23-44 L 23 York 52-14 W 30* @ McMaster 19-40 L *Playoff

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TORONTO VARSITY BLUES UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FACULTY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH 55 Harbord Street Toronto, ON, M5S 2W6 Tel: 416-978-3443 Fax: 416-971-2118 Web: www.varsityblues.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS & HIGH PERFORMANCE SPORT Beth Ali 416-978-7379 beth.ali@utoronto.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Jill Clark 416-978-4263 416-938-1620 (cell) jill.clark@utoronto.ca

HOME FIELD Varsity Centre: Capacity 5,000

2010 RECORD Regular Season: 3-5 Did not qualify for playoffs

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

HEAD COACH Greg Gary (1st season - Interim) 416-978-2744 greg.gary@utoronto.ca ASSISTANT COACHES John Engel – Offensive Coordinator / Director of Recruiting / Receivers Coach Donnavan Carter – Defensive Backs Coach Mark Mitchell – Special Teams Coordinator / Linebackers Coach Matt Hale – Quarterbacks Coach Ozzie Blackett – Running Backs Coach Brent Weir – Offensive Line Coach John Scott – Defensive Line Coach Adrian Lightowler – Strength & Conditioning Coach

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OFFICIAL COLOURS Blue and White

VARSITY BLUES MEDIA Toronto Star 416-869-4361 Toronto Sun 416-947-2266 The Varsity 416-946-7600 Sportsnet Radio The FAN 590 416-935-0590 City TV 416-599-2489 AM640 416-646-8640

2011 SCHEDULE September 5 @ Windsor 1 pm 10 @ York 1 pm 17 Guelph 1 pm 24 @ Ottawa 1 pm 30 Queen’s 7 pm October 6 @ McMaster 7 pm 15 Western 1 pm 22 Waterloo 1 pm

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing Cmp-Att-Yds A. Gillis 118-211-1304 J. Scheltgen 20-58-307

% 55.9 34.5

TD-Int 5-14 2-3

Rushing A. Milton A. Gillis W. Cariazo

Att-Yds 42-247 49-245 21-94

Avg 5.88 5 4.48

TD 2 3 0

Receiving M. Prempeh P. De Pass A. Pierzchalski S. Magalas

Rec-Yds 32-332 15-283 20-235 16-210

Avg 10.38 18.87 11.75 13.13

TD 3 2 2 0

Kickoff Ret J. Wright M. Prempeh

Ret-Yds 16-283 14-236

Avg 17.69 16.86

Lng 25 28

Punt Ret M. Prempeh J. Wright

Ret-Yds 25-226 9-58

Avg 9.04 6.44

Lng 32 15

SPECIAL TEAMS

Tackles W. Desousa K. Kennedy D. Batchelor A. Fehler

Tot-Solo-Ast 73.5-62-23 51.5-39-25 41.5-28-15 35.5-28-15

Sacks J. Capiello M. Evans 4 tied

5 3 2

Interceptions D. Batchelor A. Fehler

Int 3 3

DB DB FS DL

KEY RECRUITS Kevin Bradfield Richard Quittenton Cory Rutledge Darnell Girard Damien Dziadosz

WR QB OT LB LB

2010 OUA ALL-STARS SECOND TEAM Derek Batchelor DH

Did you know... U of T’s win over the No. 2 ranked Ottawa Gee-Gees on October 3, 2010 was their first win over a nationally-ranked opponent since defeating Waterloo 21-15 on September 19, 1997.

KICKING Kickoffs A. Lomasney

Att-Yds 28-1275

Avg 45.54

Punts W. Sharpe

Att-Yds 61-2211

Avg 34.55

FG A. Lomasney

Att-Made % 9-7 78

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*2011 East-West Bowl Participant

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KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Andrew Gillis QB Michael Prempeh R Aaron Milton RB Josh Gibbs OL Wilkerson DeSouza* LB Willie Sharpe DB Adam Fehler LB

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VARSITY BLUES YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1975 1976 1977

51-8 17-14

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

21-19 31-9 37-20 8-24 21-9 28-24 23-39 19-22 23-26 8-8 18-13 25-4 16-11 15-14 28-10 0-1*

TORONTO REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD MAC OTT QUE WAT UWO WLU 25-28 0-21 27-9 31-29 7-24 46-18 13-30 27-13 9-27 48-0 10-44 7-24 48-6 32-9 30-26 28-6 38-20 10-3 26-0 20-13 16-38 21-17 32-10 51-4 26-10 25-19 7-16 14-6 37-11 12-19 17-13 24-38 14-32 6-34 16-31 38-14 20-28 27-38 4-6 41-1 20-20 15-31 24-22 35-28 31-11 37-43 45-21 50-1 38-8 15-28 3-17 16-14 16-10 21-11 7-19 8-65 24-25 36-39 18-16 18-7 48-7 21-48 10-33 20-23 29-19 1-38 31-38 21-24 28-14 7-75 17-44 30-34 24-2 7-29 5-38 31-0 24-7 9-38 14-12 22-1 5-17 15-33 32-14 56-23 21-20 19-34 0-18 71-24 13-6 15-33 28-19 25-20 22-3 37-15 45-21 22-13 14-28 7-49 17-26

27-17

36-28

19-27

19-19

16-46

7-24

30-13

5-30

8-39

13-10

13-12

4-17 27-55

10-22

21-15

13-49

8-32

22-13

7-17

2-6

Year

GUE

1971 1972 1973 1974

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

9-10

8-40

25-30 14-23 15-38 16-32 7-20 3-38 30-58 14-66

20-31 0-62

0-30 25-53 13-15

0-72 0-80 14-77 13-64 11-39 19-27 3-21 21-40

18-36 3-55 3-64 14-57 0-43 7-63 0-72 23-59 7-50 30-39 15-35 40-35

23-38 10-61 0-72 0-70 0-37 7-53 24-54 14-58 1-66

10-58 10-41 6-37 18-25 0-31 6-34 27-29 25-28 17-42 18-17 7-30

7-29 27-43 2-37 1-40 1-43 13-59 8-72 1-70 21-44 1-44 15-56 0-47 23-35

WSR

YRK

Record

24-12

5-3 4-2

37-39

31-21 29-7 24-27 22-34 25-23 42-8 39-42 48-7 35-7 9-35 41-18 36-32 16-24 18-9 11-16 40-2 52-7 37-0 63-21 18-15 12-0 25-30

42-19

4-4

26-7

7-0

56-0

6-1

34-2 28-6

6-1 6-1

20-0

1-6

22-20 37-20 39-9 21-14 49-7 20-44 7-17 23-24 36-7 18-12 27-9 38-0 65-7 40-3 42-20 26-1

4-3 5-1-1 5-2 4-3 6-1 2-5 3-4 2-5 2-5 3-3-1 5-2 5-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 3-4

20-14

4-3-1

12-15 3-31

3-5

15-42

10-11

9-15

0-8

3-60 1-55 10-19 0-58 7-62 0-67

27-19 8-40 13-11

1-47 3-23 10-33 6-14 7-66 41-45 33-40 OT 11-39 20-21 58-7 45-27 24-19

1-7 0-8 1-7 0-8 0-8 0-8 0-8 0-8 0-8 2-6 1-7 3-5

7-68 10-53 0-36 1-0*

14-44 10-47 22-63 17-61 21-42 14-38 3-30 17-26

* - 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) REGULAR SEASON VS. CIS SCHOOLS YEAR MCG CAR LTN 3-23 63-0 1971 33-3 14-6 1972 15-9 1973 35-10 1974 24-11 48-21

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VARSITY BLUES PLAYOFF HISTORY Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

QF

TORONTO PLAYOFF RECORD SF Yates Bowl

CAR 30-0 CON 43-24

OTT 24-21 OTT 7-14

SMU 45-1

Vanier

UWO 15-19

WLU 11-25 UWO 15-28 WLU 0-30 GUE 18-35 MAC 28-6 GUE 33-7

UWO 3-42 GUE 14-13 WSR 32-6 UWO 35-48 GUE 17-31 WLU 27-20 UWO 44-56 WLU 8-32

UWO 21-50 MAC 20-16

QUE 7-22

UWO 20-50 UWO 31-46

UWO 24-16

CON 26-16

CGY 37-34

2010 RESULTS September 1 @ Guelph 6 Windsor 11 @ Laurier 18 York October 2 Ottawa 9 @ Queen’s 16 McMaster 23 @ Western

13-15 L 17-26 L 1-0 W^ 24-19 W 40-35 W 1-66 L 21-40 L 23-35 L

^ Forfeit due to ineligible player

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WATERLOO WARRIORS UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS AND RECREATION SERVICES 200 University Ave. W Waterloo, ON, N2L 3G1 Tel: 519-888-4567 Fax: 519-746-2283 Web: www.gowarriorsgo.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Bob Copeland 519-888-4567 ext 33663 bcopelan@uwaterloo.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Dan Ackerman 519-888-4567 ext 35694 dgackerm@uwaterloo.ca

HOME FIELD Warrior Field - Capacity: 3500 OFFICIAL COLOURS Black, Gold, and White

2009 RECORD Regular Season 3-5 Did not qualify for playoffs

GAME DAY CONTACTS Chris Gilbert 226-894-5657 Dan Ackerman 519-501-8587

HEAD COACH Dennis McPhee (5th season) Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Line 519-888-4567 ext. 36968 damcphee@uwaterloo.ca

WARRIORS MEDIA The Record 519-894-2231 The Imprint 519-888-4048 Waterloo Chronicle 519-886-2830 ext. 229 CKCO TV 519-578-1313 Rogers Television 519-894-8148 570NEWS 519-743-6397

ASSISTANT COACHES Joe Paopao - Offensive Coordinator, Assistant Head Coach Marshall Bingeman - Program Management, Offensive Line Kani Kauahi - Offensive Coach and Special Teams Advisor Jason Lamar - Linebackers Dr. Tony Chris - Offensive Assistant Mark Chernenko - Recruiting Coordinator, Offensive Assistant John Sullivan - Defensive Backs Adam Lane - Special Teams Coordinator Laura Sylvah - Head Therapist Ed Scorgie - Academic Coach Barbara Larke - Academic Coach

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2010 TEAM LEADERS The University of Waterloo Warriors 2010 season was suspended from competition due to the scope of banned substance issue with the team and the cloud of suspicion that surrounded the team heading into the 2010 season. With so many uncertainties and an internal review pending, the senior management at the University of Waterloo made the decision to suspend the program from competition in 2010.

KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Luke Balch QB/WR Evan Martin QB Dustin Zender WR Austin Partridge OL Aaron King DL Djordje Gavrilovic DL Brad Morton OLB KEY RECRUITS Ryan DiRisio Jesse House Brendan Conway Kyle Wasson Angus MacLellan

RB OL LB LB DL

Did you know... Luke Balch travelled to Poland this summer to play for the Wroclaw Devils of the Polish Football League

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WARRIORS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

GUE

MAC

15-1

33-7

11-3

9-7

0-19

30-0

3-18 21-24 32-33 31-28 9-18 34-7 10-23 4-17 8-25 3-35 3-15 0-28 0-34 0-39 23-29 6-48 14-31 21-24 11-22 33-7 8-12 24-26 25-23 20-16 37-19

7-15

WATERLOO REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD OTT QUE TOR WLU UWO WSR 7-23 0-6 0-36 19-7 1-37 22-6 8-35 5-22 8-44 13-42 9-23 0-48 7-39 13-42 14-30 7-41 21-44 10-23

29-16

Record 4-4

27-0

3-3 1-7

32-30

1-5-1

1-34

12-47

0-22

23-16

2-5

14-41 8-15

8-24 0-27

11-46 16-18

2-5 2-5

2-5 1-5-1 1-6 2-5 1-5-1 1-6 0-7 0-7 0-7 0-7 4-3 3-4 5-2 3-4 3-4 4-3

8-20 34-0 29-6 15-25 40-6 8-10 8-49 7-30 0-29 6-60 0-60 2-33 16-17 7-21 25-21 24-14 27-0 24-11 15-7 19-23

10-26 11-37

28-20 20-20 11-31 8-38 10-16 25-24 7-48 19-29 14-28 2-24 7-24 17-5 20-21 6-13 3-22 28-14

6-32 13-14 14-31 16-21 3-18 11-26 0-48 2-38 0-43 0-29 7-6 8-29 34-7 9-12 43-35 16-35

3-26 3-36 7-38 17-34 10-10 0-72 3-42 9-53 7-35 1-39 10-40 20-42 19-48 7-23 22-26 18-28

13-28 17-32 4-27 16-6 32-13 3-31 15-42 14-48 7-24 11-23 21-16 6-15 25-1 10-8 4-11 14-13

6-1 26-7 19-4 26-22 1-24 17-4 32-18 18-7 3-29 1-32 9-34 11-30 17-38 19-20 32-9 21-5 44-1 26-11 22-5 39-14

33-7

27-19

23-23

16-23

29-38

14-21

4-3-1

33-1

20-8

7-1

10-39

23-17

20-9

30-5

10-26

6-1 15-13

24-0

43-7

15-21

24-1

20-13

36-15

29-13

55-42

36-18

33-14

20-44

53-7

17-15 32-31 12-17 18-16 27-14

24-33 33-41 21-21 3-34 10-57 17-55 22-43 9-60 23-39 30-17 21-52

58-10 15-36 7-20 18-26 10-18 41-10 37-6 16-7 23-29 22-3 11-26 25-18 18-16 17-24 2-38 24-29 3-51 31-0 14-50 12-62 24-25 17-14 34-6 3-44 14-57 18-26 29-27 4-49 4-64 7-47 14-13 28-25 21-24 0-45 42-17 3-35 3-37 0-59 22-38 17-18 23-38 3-49 11-45 21-43 30-7 18-29 Did not participate due to team suspension

67-9 35-7 41-0 11-21 21-65 7-40 18-49 2-42 26-23 30-29 49-0

27-24 OT 23-45 8-41 22-37 24-34

YRK

24-28 17-0 54-3 17-9 16-7 12-18 22-25

33-55 16-20 13-8 18-15 52-3

4-3

6-2 7-1 4-4 4-4 4-3-1 3-5 2-6 2-6 2-6 3-5 2-6 2-6 3-5

REGULAR SEASON VS. CIS SCHOOLS Year CON BIS MCG 1974 13-13 1999 18-19 2000 27-25

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WARRIORS PLAYOFF HISTORY WATERLOO PLAYOFF RECORD Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

QF

SF

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

WLU 23-30

UWO 7-49 WLU 5-35

WLU 26-29 OT UWO 22-23 WLU 26-23 OT WLU 45-6 WLU 10-32 UWO 35-21 MAC 20-44

GUE 13-23 UWO 30-10 UWO 41-47 WLU 32-21

OTT 0-1* SMU 14-21

MAC 11-19 QUE 14-51 MAC 7-70

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

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WESTERN MUSTANGS THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS 1151 Richmond Street Thames Hall, Room 3170 London, ON, N6A 3K7 Tel: 519-661-2111 Fax: 519-661-3937 Web: www.westernmustangs.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Thérèse Quigley 519-661-2111 ext. 88448 tquigley@uwo.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Chris McLachlin 519-661-2111 x 83089 519-709-1858 (cell) mustangsmedia@uwo.ca 2010 RECORD Regular Season: 7-1 Playoffs: 2-1 (Won Yates Cup, Lost in Uteck Bowl) HEAD COACH Greg Marshall (5th season) 519-661-2111 ext: 80516 gmarsha@uwo.ca ASSISTANT COACHES Chris Marcus – Special Teams Jeff Watson – Strength and Conditioning Chris Bertoia – Recruiting / Offensive Line Mark Burkich – Quarterbacks / Offensive Assistant Nigel Wilson – Receivers Paul Sguigna – Running Backs Joe Leckie – Offensive Line Randy Fournier- Defensive Line Mike Circelli – Defensive Line P.J. Edgeworth – Defensive Backs Kevin Willits – Defensive Backs Gary Haldenby – Assistant Brian Burgess – Assistant Chris Patton – Video Coordinator Mark Carmody – Equipment Manager Rob Walsh – Head Athletic Therapist Dr. Tony Cogliano – Team Doctor

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HOME FIELD TD Waterhouse Stadium - Capacity 8,000 OFFICIAL COLOURS Purple, White and Silver GAME DAY CONTACT Dan Durack 519-495-7457 (cell) MUSTANGS MEDIA London Free Press 519-667-4506 A Channel TV 519-636-9086 Rogers Television- 519-619-3368 CJBK Radio 519-686-2525 CHRW Radio 519-661-2111 ext. 84905 The Gazette 519-661-3580

2011 SCHEDULE September 5 Waterloo 7 pm 10 @ McMaster 1 pm 17 Ottawa 1 pm 24 @ Laurier 1 pm October 1* York 1 pm 8 Guelph 1 pm 15 @ Toronto 1 pm 22 @ Queen’s 1 pm *Homecoming

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing Cmp-Att-Yds D. Marshall 37-167-1470 I. Noble 13-28-187

% 54.5 46.4

TD-Int 10-8 1-0

Rushing J. Hipperson D. Marshall N. Riva

Att-Yds 113-785 72-602 50-272

Avg 6.95 8.36 5.44

TD 11 3 0

Receiving N. Trevail A. Thibaudeau Z. Bull M. Hegarty

Rec-Yds 25-470 21-404 18-286 7-146

Avg 18.8 19.24 15.89 21.29

TD 1 3 3 2

Kickoff Ret A. Thibaudeau A. Handsor

Ret-Yds 9-191 8-153

Avg 21.22 19.13

Lng 43 30

Punt Ret C. Butler B. Marshall

Ret-Yds 53-497 12-59

Avg 9.38 4.92

Lng 44 15

SPECIAL TEAMS

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles C. Butler J. Surla J. Kosec A. Kaiser

Tot-Solo-Ast 46.5-38-17 46.5-29-35 39-25-28 37-5-25-25

Sacks Z. Robinson R. Hennessey D. Lee

6 6 3

Interceptions C. Butler J. Kosec M. Spence N. Shuster

Int 5 2 2 2

LB WR LB DH DE T DB QB

KEY RECRUITS Tyler Varga RB Daryl Waud DL James Sifakis RB Kalvin Johnson DB Byron Perez-Archambault LB

2010 OUA AWARDS Greg Marshall Coach of the Year

Kickoffs L. Harjullahu

Att-Yds 42-2429

Avg 57.83

Punts D. Wheeler

Att-Yds 50-2081

Avg 41.62

FG L. Harjullahu

Att-Made % 26-20 77

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KEY DEPARTURES Adrian Kaiser Mike Hegarty John Surla Craig Butler Zander Robinson Josh Buttrill Nick Shuster Ian Noble

*2011 East-West Bowl Participant

2010 OUA ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM Matt Norman G Josh Buttrill OT Jerimy Hipperson RB Darryl Wheeler P Mike Van Praet DT Zander Robinson DE John Surla LB Craig Butler DH Craig Butler R/C

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KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Donnie Marshall* QB Nathan Riva* RB Jerimy Hipperson RB Andrew Thibadeau WR Zach Bull WR Lirim Hajrullahu K Mike Van Praet* DL Mike Spence DB Aaron Handsor DB Matt Norman G

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MUSTANGS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year 1971 1972 1973 1974

GUE 15-0 31-8 25-10 19-19

WESTERN REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD OTT QUE TOR WAT WLU 27-23 16-17 9-27 13-3 37-1 21-3 35-8 16-7 0-22 38-0 44-10 42-13 6-28 MAC

29-8

6-28

1975 1976 1977

65-6 50-0

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

15-12 26-8 22-18 18-32 11-36 27-29 22-24 52-1 50-6 53-53 25-24 35-3 15-27 18-20 25-24 55-33

28-2 21-3 37-0 36-39 23-8 17-18 42-0 36-24 33-14 33-15 62-6 37-3 32-7 44-7 43-7 56-13

13-20 6-19 19-25 19-12 38-24 34-6 37-27 31-15 43-37 28-15 11-21 39-36 48-21 38-1 75-7 29-7 38-9 33-15 34-19 33-15 37-15 49-7

57-7

49-6

19-19

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

48-3 39-0 44-6

43-8

38-14 34-8

28-0 35-35

46-8

37-29

26-3 30-29

27-34 17-8 10-48 37-38 35-63 32-53 55-31 29-12 15-22

50-9 42-29 33-11 29-10 25-23 17-31 47-16 41-39 15-8

39-8

35-42 50-19

49-13

29-15 28-38 41-38 OT 35-47 47-27 49-24 24-27 OT 50-29 3-17 9-28 30-35 20-26 OT 35-31 16-43 32-17 26-27 19-20 46-10

REGULAR SEASON VS. CIS SCHOOLS Year BIS 1999 22-12

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40-41 21-26

29-7 43-27 37-2 40-1 43-1 59-13 72-8 70-1 44-21 44-1 56-15 47-0 35-23

WSR 50-17 17-18 17-18 28-15 7-7 30-16 40-7

YRK

Record

24-0

5-1

5-3

5-2-1

44-21

24-22

47-12

15-39

17-34

56-0

3-4

24-8 27-0

9-25 22-15 28-21 27-34 28-3 15-4 42-7 65-19 29-22 25-7 46-10 51-1 36-7 28-13 30-4 23-9 53-7 59-9 51-17 48-17

54-6 56-4

5-2 6-1

26-3 36-3 38-7 34-17 10-10 72-0 42-3 53-9 35-7 39-1 40-10 42-20 48-19 23-7 26-22 28-18

36-31 17-19 15-9 33-23 19-28 12-15 32-9 23-0 16-26 18-7 22-5 19-10 23-9 27-14 4-11 22-9 56-37 24-32 7-31 24-22

23-16

22-25

38-9

1-6

25-17 49-8

47-0

28-13

7-1

13-20

40-17

29-10 23-22

27-21

6-1-1

44-20

38-30

48-8

10-8

8-0

20-17 18-10 3-22 24-17 62-12 57-14 64-4

39-6 37-38 10-35 20-17 31-28 34-38 17-32 18-34

32-10 18-15 30-13 52-5 16-25 46-14

29-7 44-10 16-15 16-11 44-15

7-1 6-2 5-3 6-2 5-3 6-2 6-2 5-3 4-4 7-1 6-2 7-1

37-3 49-3

31-20 30-7 46-1

20-16 49-0 58-5 60-7 30-15

5-1-1

6-1 23-30 44-1 27-24 23-16 35-27 32-20 18-4 28-14 49-0 52-1 64-0 52-28 28-15 49-15 41-2 53-20 22-9

62-10 49-26 11-9 71-0 64-6 76-0

5-1 5-2 7-0 5-2 3-3-1 5-2 6-1 7-0 7-0 6-0-1 6-1 7-0 7-0 5-2 7-0 7-0 6-1-1

Did you know... Western’s coaching staff includes a pair of Hec Crighton Trophy winners. Head coach Greg Marshall won the trophy in 1980, while quarterbacks coach Jamie Bone took home the award in 1978.

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MUSTANGS PLAYOFF HISTORY Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

QF

WESTERN PLAYOFF RECORD SF Yates Bowl OTT 13-0 SMU 44-13 WSR 23-8 WLU 27-38 GUE 37-13 WSR 10-47 WSR 20-13 WSR 14-13 WSR 38-7 TOR 28-15 GUE 36-29 WLU 53-11 GUE 26-20

WAT 19-11 WSR 65-10 WSR 18-21 YRK 54-18 WSR 20-16 QUE 27-19 GUE 37-18

YRK 30-25 GUE 31-15 MAC 30-15 GUE 20-22 TOR 42-3 WAT 49-7 WLU 23-18 TOR 48-35 WLU 34-31 GUE 20-13 TOR 56-44 WAT 23-22 GUE 9-18 GUE 25-10 MAC 34-32 WAT 21-35 WLU 6-30 MAC 20-46 QUE 20-55 MAC 23-40 OTT 18-10 WLU 15-20 OTT 23-16 WLU 36-28 WLU 26-16 MAC 34-28

2010 RESULTS September 1 Laurier 6 @ Ottawa 11 McMaster 18 @ Windsor 25 @ Guelph October 2 Queen’s 16 @ York 23 Toronto November 6* McMaster 13* @ Ottawa 20* @ Laval * Playoffs

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Vanier ALTA 15-14

WLU 19-8

SASK 41-17

TOR 19-15

WLU 28-14 WLU 22-17 WLU 14-19 WLY 28-12 WLU 51-28 GUE 17-7 TOR 50-21

UBC 30-8 CGY 24-22

ACA 29-13 ACA 48-15

QUE 31-14 ALTA 4-14 ALTA 31-32 CON 17-7

ACA 12-34

UBC 14-39

GUE 26-31 WLU 19-16 GUE 49-21

MTA 34-3 ACA 29-22

CGY 6-25 UBC 23-25

CGY 15-34 SMU 38-33 SMU 30-31

SASK 35-10

BIS 41-24 ACA 55-45

SASK 50-40 OT CGY 24-54

WLU 27-16 TOR 50-20 TOR 46-31 WLU 12-13 GUE 10-45 TOR 16-24 WLU 38-36 OT WLU 10-9 WAT 10-30 WAT 47-41

SASK 17-33

WLU 11-29 GUE 34-21 OTT 31-17 QUE 39-43 OTT 26-25

MTB 20-52 SMU 28-12

LAV 21-44

LAV 13-11

46-1 W 19-20 L 50-19 W 30-15 W 15-8 W 46-10 W 76-0 W 35-23 W 34-28 W 26-25 W 11-13 L

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WILFRID LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS AND RECREATION 75 University Ave. West Waterloo, ON, N2L 3C5 Tel: 519-884-0710 Fax: 519-884-0203 Web: www.laurierathletics.com DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Peter Baxter 519-884-0710 ext. 2216 pbaxter@wlu.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Jamie Howieson 519-884-0710 ext. 3492 519-500-7776 (cell) jhowieson@wlu.ca 2010 RECORD Regular Season: 4-4 Playoffs: 1-1 (Lost in OUA Semifinal) HEAD COACH Gary Jeffries (9th season) 519-884-0710 ext. 2180 gjeffries@wlu.ca ASSISTANT COACHES Ryan Pyear - Offensive Coordinator Ron VanMoerkerke - Defensive Coordinator Josh Alexander - Special Teams Coordinator / Offensive Line Coach Rohan Thompson – Strength and Conditioning / Linebackers Coach Kerry Martin – Video Coordinator Miles Gorrell – Offensive Line Coach Scott Evans – Offensive Line Coach Steve Frake – Receivers Coach Bob Clapperton – Receivers Coach Rod Philip – Quarterback Coach Aaron Hardy – Offensive Scout Blaine Beck – Defensive Line Coach Bill Morrison – Defensive Line Coach Jesse Alexander – Linebackers Coach Jahmeeks Beckford – Defensive Backs Coach Pat McGarry – Defensive Backs Coach Dave Montoya – Defensive Scout Brent McFarlane – Speed Coach

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Chuck Thompson – Speed Coach Pat Crabbe – Recruiting Coordinator Mike Quinn – Equipment Manager Anthony Pickett – Equipment Manager Teresa Hussey – Athletic Therapist HOME FIELD Knight-Newbrough Field University Stadium - Capacity: 6,500 OFFICIAL COLOURS Purple and Gold GAME DAY CONTACTS Jamie Howieson 519-500-7776 Mike Whitehouse 519-589-9515 Ari Grossman 519-500-7779 Press Box 519-884-0519 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 CKCO TV 519-578-1313 570 AM NEWS 519-743-6397

2011 SCHEDULE September 5 @ York 1 pm 10 Windsor 7 pm 17 @ Queen’s 1 pm 24 Western 1 pm October 1* Ottawa 1 pm 6 @ Waterloo 7 pm 15 McMaster 1 pm 22 @ Guelph 1 pm *Laurier 100th Anniversary/Homecoming

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing Cmp-Att-Yds S. Kelly 86-149-1095 E. Pawliuk 58-95-727

% 57.7 61.1

TD-Int 6-9 6-5

Rushing A. Bennett J. Pirie R. La Touche

Att-Yds 99-419 35-184 31-137

Avg 4.23 5.26 4.42

TD 5 1 1

Receiving D. Heap S. Chambers D. Zender J. Emberley

Rec-Yds 41-466 27-366 16-235 19-220

Avg 11.37 13.56 14.69 11.58

TD 5 3 2 1

Kickoff Ret A. Anthony S. Chambers

Ret-Yds 8-198 4-163

Avg 24.75 40.75

Lng 24 101

Punt Ret D. Heap S. Chambers

Ret-Yds 34-350 14-149

Avg 10.29 10.64

Lng 76 40

SPECIAL TEAMS

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles M. Bosch G. Rapanaro C. Naranjo S. Aird

Tot-Solo-Ast 46-35-22 27.5-23-9 25-20-10 24.5-20-9

Sacks S. Cormack A. Helly M. Bosch G. Kourtesiotis

4 4 2 2

Interceptions M. Bosch M. Nicholson G. Rapanaro

Int 3 3 2

OL QB DL LB FS REC

KEY RECRUITS Adam Olson Josh Perry Braeden Shepherd Chris Ackie Ashton Rochester Greg Nyhof Kelvin Muamba

DB DL DL LB RB QB REC

2010 OUA Awards Giancarlo Rapanaro Stand-Up Defensive Player of the Year Dillon Heap Russ Jackson 2010 OUA ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM Dillon Heap KR Giancarlo Rapanaro LB Mitch Nicholson S

Kickoffs N. Hawkes

Att-Yds 44-2513

Avg 57.11

Punts N. Hawkes

Att-Yds 57-2062

Avg 36.18

FG N. Hawkes

Att-Made % 20-9 45

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*2011 East-West Bowl Participant

SECOND TEAM Mike Knill Dillon Heap Shamawd Chambers Steve Cormack Mitchell Bosch Sam Aird

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KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Shamawd Chambers* REC Dillon Heap REC Shane Kelly QB Donnie McKenzie OL Mitchell Bosch* LB Shane Herbert CB

Lng 38

OT IR WR DT LB R/C

Did you know... Receiver Shamawd Chambers is currently a top 10 prospect for the 2012 CFL Draft.

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GOLDEN HAWKS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS LAURIER REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD Year 1971 1972

GUE 34-16 32-1 35-4

1973

MAC 34-13 10-33 29-17

10-17

9-3

19-16

1974

33-9

24-7

1975

61-9

52-11

1976 1977

45-24 85-21

11-4 28-10

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

30-7 7-9 5-8 1-22 9-28 24-31 45-32 15-30 37-18 27-20 11-13 29-28 27-23 35-27 33-14 39-7

1995

17-7

45-0 21-22 34-7 26-26 29-18 6-32 21-19 23-22 54-11 23-11 8-31 24-11 37-14 80-14 20-10 51-15 42-13 33-10

1996

10-13

1997

10-39 37-6 26-15 20-0 29-17 26-13 25-43 61-36 53-13 47-26 24-17 OT 37-27 15-13 21-14 36-2

OTT

QUE

1998

WAT

UWO

WSR

7-19

3-13

18-21

44-8

41-7

7-16 22-0 28-6 22-24

11-26 14-25 39-9 29-2

34-1

39-15

6-21

4-3

41-14 15-8

14-20 25-25 35-15 78-15 23-23 36-23 32-12 45-7 37-23 36-22 38-21 21-48 38-15 19-7 26-17 12-21 63-7 47-13 55-6 46-6

5-2 5-1-1

20-14 43-12 28-10 1-19 34-24 0-16 21-19 30-10 29-0 20-11 33-2 21-6 42-9 36-6 19-7 42-23

6-0-1 4-3 4-3 3-3-1 6-1 2-5 6-1 4-3 6-1 6-1 3-4 4-3 5-2 6-1 5-2 6-1

35-3

7-0-1

39-7

YRK

Record 3-5

27-7

4-2

38-7

7-1

90-15

6-1

3-10 17-21 16-7 13-17 25 11 32-14 31-16 6-4 22-24 21-45 17-3 19-7 16-18 33-10 38-31 44-17 38-5 12-14 14-32 18-0 19-28 21-45 26-17

32-6 14-13 31-14 21-16 18-3 26-11 48-0 38-2 43-0 29-0 6-7 29-8 7-34 12-9 35-43 35-16

31-36 19-17 9-15 23-33 19-28 15-12 9-32 0-23 26-16 7-18 5-22 10-19 9-23 14-27 11-4 9-22 37-56 32-24 31-7 22-24

46-16

23-23

25-22

18-9

22-0

10-13

26-10

41-7

31-21

4-4

53-25

32-8

1-24

17-25 8-49 17-40

44-3

18-28

3-5

42-15

14-33

30-38

34-6

6-13

5-3

60-3 55-1 19-10 58-0 62-7 67-0

36-15 26-18 7-16 16-18 50-14 44-3 49-4 24-21 35-3 38-23 29-18

6-39 38-37 10-35 17-20 28-31 38-34 32-17 34-18

49-0 27-3 11-3 5-7 20-16 40-21 47-24 29-38 48-17 33-18 37-20 56-16

22-20 17-13 8-30 6-22 39-8 38-19 56-3 24-0 31-10 50-13

6-2 6-1 3-5 1-7 6-1 8-0 8-0 6-2 7-1 6-2 6-2 4-4

1978

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

TOR

56-29 53-27 15-47 9-15 25-43 34-33 33-26 31-12 36-26 50-31 30-14 24-26

27-37 67-7 14-16 30-20 29-9 21-14 19-29 15-27 22-21 25-27 21-44

9-12 23-26 45-0 23-4 7-41 25-13 44-23

68-7 53-10 36-0 0-1*

39-10

20-31 7-30 1-46

5-2

68-14

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

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GOLDEN HAWKS PLAYOFF HISTORY LAURIER PLAYOFF RECORD Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

QF

SF

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

OTT 23-10

UWO 38-27 OTT 48-4 UWO 8-19 WSR 8-65 UWO 14-28 UWO 17-22 UWO 19-14 UWO 12-28 UWO 28-51

SMU 50-17 SMU 17-19

ALTA 7-20

MAC 40-2 GUE 32-15 TOR 23-22 WAT 30-23 WSR 31-17 TOR 30-0 UWO 11-53

UBC 16-25

MAC 28-43 YRK 27-10 GUE 15-36 WSR 32-13 GUE 31-24

UWO 16-19 GUE 28-15 UWO 16-27

UWO 18-23 WAT 35-5 UWO 13-12 UWO 31-34 TOR 20-27 WAT 29-26 OT UWO 36-38 OT TOR 32-8 UWO 9-10 WAT 23-26 OT WAT 6-45 WAT 10-32 MAC 42-27 WAT 20-32 UWO 30-6 MAC 23-48

UBC 31-33

QUE 42-22

MTA 25-18

LAV 11-30 ACA 31-10

SASK 24-23

QUE 27-29 OTT 38-17

MAC 29-0 GUE 42-10

QUE 36-33 OT OTT 46-7 MAC 43-21 UWO 20-15 GUE 31-38 UWO 28-36 UWO 16-26 OTT 31-32

MAC 17-41 MAC 31-19 UWO 29-11 OTT 14-32 UWO 21-34

2010 RESULTS September 1 @ Western 6 @ McMaster 11 Toronto 25 York October 2 Guelph 9 @ Ottawa 16 Queen’s 23 @ Windsor 30* Guelph November 6* @ Ottawa 31-32 L *Playoff ^ Forfeit due to ineligible player

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WINDSOR LANCERS UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR ATHLETICS & RECREATION 401 Sunset Ave. Windsor, ON, N9B 3P4 Tel: 519-253-3000 x 2437 Fax: 519-973-7058 Web: www.goLancers.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Gord Grace 519-253-3000 ext. 2437 ggrace@uwindsor.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Elisa Mitton 519-253-3000 ext. 2447 519-984-6302 (cell) emitton@uwindsor.ca 2010 RECORD Regular Season: 2-5 Did not qualify for playoffs HEAD COACH Joe D’Amore (1st Season - Interim) 519-253-3000 ext. 2462 jdamore1@uwindsor.ca ASSISTANT COACHES Jon Dent – Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach Jim MacDougall – Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers Coach Joe Brannagan – Defensive Backs Coach Selwyn Jordan – Defensive Line Coach Chris Church – Offensive Line Coach Jason McKibbon – Running Backs Coach John Purcell – Defensive Quality Coach Joe McLinden – Quarterback Coach Steve McCart – Special Teams Coach Greg Orsini – Offensive Scout Coordinator Eric Shrank – Defensive Scout Coordinator Jeff Green – Kicking Coach

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HOME FIELD University of Windsor Stadium Capacity: 5,000 OFFICIAL COLOURS Blue and Gold GAME DAY CONTACTS 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 A Channel TV - 519-977-7432 TV Cogeco - 519-966-6677

2011 SCHEDULE September 5 Toronto 1 pm 10 @ Laurier 7 pm 17 McMaster 7 pm 24 @ Waterloo 1 pm October 1* Guelph 7 pm 8 Queen’s 7 pm 15 @ Ottawa 1 pm 22 @ York 1 pm * Alumni Weekend

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing Cmp-Att-Yds A. Kennedy 85-153-1087 S. Malian 56-92-652

% 55.6 60.9

TD-Int 9-7 2-0

Rushing A. Kennedy P. Lefaive J. Darius

Att-Yds 45-281 52-191 35-139

Avg 6.24 3.67 3.97

TD 0 1 0

Receiving J. Brescacin C. Fernandes N. Baldassi M. Riggi

Rec-Yds 47-588 28-366 22-317 18-274

Avg 12.51 13.07 14.41 15.22

TD 4 4 2 0

SPECIAL TEAMS Kickoff Ret D. Townsend J. Burns

Ret-Yds 19-312 7-128

Avg 16.42 18.29

Lng 30 27

Punt Ret D. Townsend J. Burns

Ret-Yds 28-333 10-47

Avg 11.89 4.7

Lng 45 13

KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Jordan Brescacin* WR Shea Pierre DB Nick Corrado OL Sam Malian QB Seamus Postuma* DL KEY DEPARTURES Nick Cicchini Robert Eeuwes Brandon Yohnicki Matt Bucknor

OL K OL DB

KEY RECRUITS Sebastien Rimbert Jeremy Veres Marcus St. Aubin Gilbert Stewart John Moynahan David Flewelling Eric Kinnunen

K OL DB RB LB LB LB

*2011 East-West Bowl Participant

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles D. Townsend B. Adams A. Whonder M. Bucknor S. Postuma

Tot-Solo-Ast 52-44-16 37.5-27-21 35-29-12 31-23-16 29-24-10

Sacks S. Postuma A. Whonder S. Postuma

3 3 3

Interceptions M. Bucknor M. McGarva 4 tied

Int 5 4 1

2010 OUA ALL-STARS SECOND TEAM Robert Eeuwes P Daryl Townsend DH

Did you know... The Lancer Football program was founded in 1968 by legendary Head Coach Gino Fracas. Coach Fracas will be posthumously inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame as a builder on September 16, 2011.

KICKING Kickoffs D. Cerino

Att-Yds 21-1161

Avg 55.29

Punts R. Eeuwes

Att-Yds 77-3070

Avg 39.87

FG R. Eeuwes

Att-Made % 16-11 69

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36-22 21-15 8-10

WINDSOR REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD OTT QUE TOR WAT WLU 6-0 21-39 21-18 6-22 14-27 22-5 26-11 39-37 25-14 30-14 9-39

6-13

10-20

GUE 28-15

MAC

23-10

1975 1976 1977

24-3

20-2

22-0

47-17 22-1

43-7 27-14

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

34-14 10-9 4-24 17-14 9-18 23-42 15-21 23-42 35-4 8-27 3-17

41-10 23-13 10-8 11-16 3-20 6-51 1-36 7-24 24-19 31-18 34-8

31-15

12-16

20-46 18-24 18-55 27-29

3-34 21-40 22-16 20-15

11-17

12-14

21-31 7-29 27-24 34-22 23-25 8-42 42-39 7-48 7-35 35-9 18-41 32-36 24-16 9-18 16-11 2-40 6-32 7-52 0-37 21-63 15-18 0-12 30-25

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

36-7

17-24

37-0

12-13

2-29 21-6 46-11 18-16

28-13 32-17 27-4 6-16 13-32 31-3 42-15 48-14 24-7 23-11 16-21

20-14 25-25 15-35 15-78 23-23 23-26 12-32 7-45 23-37 22-36 21-38 48-21 15-38 7-19 17-26

4-3 1-6 1-6 3-4 2-5

38-29

9-18

9-38

8-18

2-6

1-33 13-15

7-41

0-47

20-32

1-7

3-44 6-34 0-49 3-27 3-11 7-5 16-20 21-40 24-47 38-29 48-17 18-33 20-37 16-56

14-41

13-42 7-40

4-3

24-0 27-24 36-10 18-15

11-10 9-67 7-35 0-41 22-11 65-21 40-7 49-18 42-2 23-26 29-30 0-49

11-40 14-15 3-39

3-3-1 3-4 3-4 1-6 1-6 2-5 1-6 3-4 5-2 3-4 3-4

2-5

29-12

15-36

2-43 40-38 9-24 14-23

14-22 23-26 16-27 5-35 34-21 11-32 13-49 9-8 33-2 28-1 25-7

46-15

9-23

8-31 19-27 40-8 11-13

22-29 20-32

7-0 6-1 4-2-1

5-3-1

7-53 9-59 17-51 17-48

13-22

44-14 47-10 63-22 61-17 42-21 38-14 30-3 26-17

45-0 48-0 43-3

5-1

15-28

7-63 13-47 6-55 6-46

14-53 1-47 0-38 1-52 8-37 15-56

14-32 19-22 23-13 10-36 8-34

5-3

11-2

21-12

25-31

36-9 0-46 17-51 30-28 27-24 22-18 3-38

Record

20-6

15-6

6-46

23-31 23-44 21-36 12-55

YRK

1-25 8-10 11-4 13-14

19-19 26-49 9-16 36-27 42-8

7-52

UWO 17-50 18-17 18-17 42-13 7-7 16-30 7-40 34-17 19-6 25-9 15-22 21-28 34-27 3-28 4-15 7-42 19-65 22-29 7-25 10-46 1-51 7-36 13-28 4-30

10-29 22-23 7-53 10-32 15-18 13-30 5-52 25-16 14-46 18-28 0-49 5-58 7-60 15-30

6-39

0-8

12-27 14-27 14-15 17-19 3-22 37-9 14-42 34-8 41-28 59-0 40-7 17-14 61-15

1-6-1 0-8 1-7 2-6 3-5 4-4 3-5 4-4 6-2 2-6 4-4 2-6 2-6

REGULAR SEASON VS. CIS SCHOOLS Year MCG 1999 15-47

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LANCERS PLAYOFF HISTORY Year 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

QF

WINDSOR PLAYOFF RECORD SF Yates Bowl

Vanier

UWO 8-23

UWO 47-10 UWO 13-20 UWO13-14 UWO 7-38 WLU 17-31

WLU 65-8

OTT 6-45

WLU 13-32

TOR 6-32

UWO 10-65 UWO 21-18

MAC 15-55

MAC 19-49 UWO 16-20

2010 RESULTS August 31 Ottawa 14-23 L September 6 @ Toronto 26-17 W 12 @ Queen’s 7-40 L 18 Western 15-30 L 25 @ McMaster 3-39 L October 9 York 61-15 W 16 @ Guelph 14-41 L 23 Laurier 16-56 L

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YORK LIONS YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF KINESIOLOGY & HEALTH SCIENCE 4700 Keele Street Tait McKenzie Centre Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3 Tel: 416-736-2100 Fax: 416-736-5702 Web: www.yorkulions.ca DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Jennifer Myers 416-736-5968 jmyers@yorku.ca SPORTS INFORMATION Alyson Fisher 416-736-5984 647-637-3480 (cell) alysong@yorku.ca 2010 RECORD Regular Season: 0-8 Did not qualify for playoffs HEAD COACH Warren Craney (2nd Season) 416-736-2100 ext. 22902 wcraney@yorku.ca ASSISTANT COACHES Michael Faulds – Offensive Coordinator Harry Laflamme – Defensive Coordinator Ian Hazlett – Special Teams Coordinator Dan Younis – Recruiting Coordinator / Running Backs Coach Tom Norwell – Linebackers Coach Joe Rumolo – Defensive Line John Forbes – Defensive Backs Coach Russ Hoff – Defensive Assistant Adrian Dutchak – Receivers Coach Barry Klimas – Offensive Assistant Bob Mercer – Offensive Assistant Bart Zemanek – Academic Excellence Program Coordinator/Offensive Assistant Matt Beauchamps – Video Coordinator

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2011 SCHEDULE September 5 Laurier 1 pm 10 Toronto 1 pm 17 @ Waterloo 1 pm 24 Queen’s 1 pm October 1 @ Western 1 pm 8 @ Ottawa 1 pm 15 @ Guelph 1 pm 22 Windsor 1 pm

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2010 TEAM LEADERS OFFENSIVE LEADERS Passing N. Coutu D. Frank

Cmp-Att-Yds 83-192-789 33-80-425

% 43.2 41.3

TD-Int 3-11 3-6

Rushing N. Coutu J. Appiah

Att-Yds 40-309 17-110

Avg 7.73 6.47

TD 0 0

Receiving J. Tolbert A. Bugdahn J. Oldacre J. Marshall

Rec-Yds 36-469 19-242 19-155 18-138

Avg 13.03 12.74 8.16 7.67

TD 3 2 0 0

SPECIAL TEAMS Kickoff Ret J. Marshall J. Jupiter J. Tolbert

Ret-Yds 26-386 8-136 6-135

Avg 34 17 22.5

Lng 34 24 50

Punt Ret J. Marshall J. Jupiter

Ret-Yds 22-98 13-76

Avg 4.45 5.85

Lng 28 25

DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles S. Reading T. Feroiu A. Clarke M. Boyd

Tot-Solo-Ast 54-43-22 52-38-28 48.5-42-13 40-29-22

Sacks P. Russell T. Feroiu Z. Davis

3 2 2

Interceptions M. Boyd A. Clarke

Int 5 3

KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Nick Coutu QB Jonelle Tolbert WR Steven Reading LB Patrick Russell* DE Tyler De Mol LB Dror David K/P KEY DEPARTURES Boris Radulovic OL Andre Clarke CB Theo Feriou DB KEY RECRUITS Marcus Grandison George Daniel Skyler Hurst John Maddalena Riser Markell Max Sullivan Roberto Lopez Jordan Nugent Denzel Philip

DB RB WR OL RB OL LB DB LB

*2011 East-West Bowl Participant

Did you know... Rookie defensive back Marcus Grandison participated in the 2011 Team USA vs. the World football game in Austin, Texas in February.

KICKING Kickoffs D. David R. Aburaneh

Att-Yds 8-412 8-323

Avg 51.50 40.38

Punts D. David

Att-Yds 76-2709

Avg 35.64

FG R. Abruaneh

Att-Made % 4-2 50

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MAC

1971 1972

30-17

13-22

1973

16-28

16-15

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

22-23 7-42 15-17 11-9 13-8 0-1* 31-33 24-44 1-28 14-22 11-7 35-15 26-17 32-24 11-44 19-36 14-53 3-45 0-25 16-28 18-28 10-6 9-22

1996

24-27

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

12-16 14-17 22-27 6-28 8-38 23-11 33-23 14-32 22-15 7-47 2-48 8-66 2-26

17-8 11-26 1-15 17-16 17-16 21-19 26-17 15-7 19-34 13-25 15-38 18-14 6-24 32-33 10-14 3-31 4-25 19-33 22-49 14-24 15-24

YORK REGULAR SEASON HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD OTT QUE TOR WAT WLU 0-21 7-62 12-24 10-14 0-27 7-27 7-33 19-42 7-38 22-30 22-55 7-30 7-26 30-32 15-90 0-56 16-23 2-34 1-6 9-41 6-28 7-26 1-17 4-19 0-20 22-26 20-22 24-1 14-20 20-37 4-17 12-43 9-39 18-32 28-10 14-21 7-18 19-1 7-49 29-3 24-34 44-20 32-1 16-0 17-7 34-9 19-21 24-23 30-11 10-30 7-36 38-17 0-29 12-18 20-19 11-20 9-27 9-32 2-33 0-38 5-21 6-31 7-65 1-44 9-42 3-40 11-26 6-36 20-42 5-22 7-19 1-26 14-39 23-42 14-20

20-14 15-13 21-10 43 21 29-30 20-21 3-39 0-50 0-27 0-51 6-35 16-33 14-40 0-53 8-49 6-64

25-33 31-39 12-9 25-17 23-27 3-38 3-37 14-53 3-71 31-54 3-45

15-12 31-3 17-7 15-9 47-1 23-3 22-24 33-10 17-35 14-6 7-47 66-7 16-17 45-41 7-40 40-33 OT 14-16 OT 39-11 21-20 0-80 7-58 0-67 27-45 14-52 19-24

21-14

3-35

UWO

WSR

Record

6-20

1-7

0-24

2-11

1-5

0-56 6-54 4-56

15-46 0-45 0-48 3-43

0-7 1-6 0-7 0-7

30-23 1-44 24-27 16-23 27-35 20-32 4-18 14-28 0-49 1-52 0-64 28-52 15-28 15-49 2-41

22-14 26-23 27-16 35-5 21-34 32-11 49-13 8-9 2-33 1-28 7-25 12-29 0-24 24-27 10-36 15-18

3-3 3-4 2-5 2-5 1-6 5-2 5-2 3-4 2-5 1-6 0-7 0-7 0-7 0-7 0-7 0-7

20-53

18-8

4-4

1-7

4-3

8-20

21-31

13-28

32-20

4-4

28-24 3-54 9 17 7-16 12-18 25-22

28-18 13-6 20-22 13-17

21-27 8-10 7-29 10-44 15-16 11-16 15-44

39-6 27-12 27-14 15-14 19-17 22-3 9-37 42-14 8-34 28-41 0-59 7-40 14-17 15-61

6-2 3-5 2-6 2-6 3-5 5-3 3-5 3-5 3-5 1-7 1-7 0-8 0-8 0-8

55-33 20-16 8-13 15-18

22-6 8-39 19-38 3-56 0-24 10-31 13-50

3-52 14-68

10-62 26-49 9-11 0-71 6-64 0-76

* - 1-0 forfeit loss to Guelph due to use of ineligible player (1979) REGULAR SEASON VS. CIS SCHOOLS Year CAR LTN LAV 21-24 1971 7-30 41-0 15-16 1973 6-36 1974 7-14 1975

14-16

2000

50

MCG

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QF

SF

Yates

Bowl

Vanier

UWO 25-30 WLU 10-27

WAT 0-17

MAC 0-62 OTT 12-4 QUE 6-27 UWO 18-54

MAC 14-29

2010 RESULTS September 6 Guelph 11 Ottawa 18 @ Toronto 25 @ Laurier October 2 McMaster 9 @ Windsor 16 Western 23 @ Queen’s

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2010 STANDINGS, RESULTS & PLAYOFFS TEAM Ottawa Western McMaster Laurier Guelph Queen’s Toronto Windsor York AUGUST 31, 2010 Ottawa 23 Queen’s 18

GP 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

W 7 7 6 4 4 3 3 2 0

Windsor 14 McMaster 23

SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 Toronto 13 Guelph 15 Laurier 1 Western 46 SEPTEMBER 6, 2010 Guelph 26 Western 19 Laurier 24 Windsor 26

York 2 Ottawa 20 McMaster 26 Toronto 17

SEPTEMBER 11, 2010 Ottawa 45 York 3 McMaster 19 Western 50 Toronto 1 Laurier 0* SEPTEMBER 12, 2010 Windsor 7 Queen’s 40 September 18, 2010 Queen’s 15 York 19 McMaster 35 Western 30

Guelph 21 Toronto 24 Ottawa 43 Wiindsor 15

L 1 1 2 4 4 4 5 6 8

OTL 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

GF 291 317 289 250 159 249 140 156 73

GA 168 96 200 172 192 183 236 261 416

OCTOBER 2, 2010 Ottawa 35 Queen’s 10 McMaster 64 Guelph 2

Toronto 40 Western 46 York 6 Laurier 36

OCTOBER 7, 2010 Guelph 35

McMaster 43

OCTOBER 9, 2010 Laurier 21 Toronto 1 York 15

Ottawa 44 Queen’s 66 Windsor 61

OCTOBER 16, 2010 Windsor 14 Queen’s 23 McMaster 40 Western 76

Guelph 41 Laurier 44 Toronto 21 York 0

OCTOBER 23, 2010 York 14 Toronto 23 Laurier 56 Guelph 11

Queen’s 52 Western 35 Windsor 16 Ottawa 54

PTS 14 14 12 8 8 6 6 4 0

Second team listed is the home team SEPTEMBER 25, 2010 Western 15 Ottawa 27 Windsor 3 York 14

Guelph 8 Queen’s 25 OT McMaster 39 Laurier 68

QuarterFinal

SemiFinal (4)LaurierͲ31

(5)GuelphͲ10

*Forfeit due to ineligible player

103rdYatesCupPresentedbyPioneerEnergy (1)OttawaͲ25

(1)OttawaͲ32 (4)LaurierͲ42 (2)Western YatesCupChampions

(3)McMasterͲ40 (3)McMasterͲ28 (6)Queen'sͲ19

(2)WesternͲ26 (2)WesternͲ34

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2010 FINAL STATISTICS OFFENSIVE LEADERS PASSING COMP Bradley Sinopoli - Ottawa 184 Kyle Quinlan - McMaster 127 Justin Chapdelaine - Queen’s 140 Donnie Marshall - Western 91 Chris Rossetti - Guelph 99

ATT 301 209 219 167 170

YDS 2756 2018 1878 1470 1447

TD 22 19 13 10 10

INT 13 6 10 8 2

LG 106 83 63 64 81

COMP % 61.1 60.8 63.9 54.5 58.2

RUSHING Nick Fitzgibbon - Guelph Jerimy Hipperson - Western Donnie Marshall - Western Joey Nemet - McMaster Bradley Sinopoli - Ottawa

ATT 148 113 72 106 42

YDS 804 785 602 575 534

AVG/A 5.43 6.95 8.36 5.40 12.71

AVG/G 100.5 98.13 75.25 81.71 66.75

TD 2 11 3 6 1

LG 71 45 40 66 74

RECEIVING Matthew Bolduc - Ottawa Steven Hughes - Ottawa Jordan Brescacin - Windsor Cyril Adjeitey - Ottawa Matthew Peressini - McMaster

NO 43 57 47 39 36

YDS 704 664 588 584 577

AVG/A 16.37 11.65 12.51 14.97 16.03

AVG/G 88.00 83.00 73.50 73.00 72.13

TD 6 4 4 4 5

LG 50 37 47 106 83

DEFENSIVE LEADERS TACKLES Wilkerson Desouza - Toronto Sam Sabourin - Queen’s Adam Dunk - Guelph Steven Reading - York Daryl Townsend

TOT T 73.5 64 54.5 54 52

SOLO T 62 50 50 43 44

ASS T 23 28 28 22 16

SACKS Frank Pankewich - Queen’s Sebastien Tetreault - Ottawa Zander Robinson - Western Rob Hennessey - Western

S 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

INTERCEPTIONS Jordan Duncan - Guelph Michael Boyd - York Mark Durigon - Guelph Matt Bucknor - Windsor

INT 5 5 5 5

YDS 79 43 38 37

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS KICK RETURNS Nick Anapolsky - Guelph Chayce Elliott - Ottawa Daryl Townsend - Windsor Jonathan Wright - Toronto Michael Prempeh - Toronto

NO 20 12 18 16 25

YDS 463 337 312 283 226

AVG 23.15 28.08 17.33 17.7 9.04

TD 0 0 0 0 0

LG 61 62 30 25 32

PUNT RETURNS Craig Butler - Western Chayce Elliott - Ottawa Dillon Heap - Laurier Daryl Townsend - Windsor Nick Anapolsky - Guelph

NO 53 43 34 28 40

YDS 497 416 350 333 287

AVG 9.38 9.67 10.29 11.89 7.20

TD 0 0 1 0 0

LG 44 36 76 45 42

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2010 FINAL STATISTICS KICKING KICKOFFS Nathan Hawkes - Laurier Lirim Hajrullahu - Western Dan Village - Queen’s Matthew Falvo - Ottawa Andrew Lomasney - Toronto

NO 44 42 45 40 28

YDS 2513 2429 2328 2167 1275

AVG 57.11 57.83 51.73 54.18 45354

PUNTS Robert Eeuwes - Windsor Dror David - York Evan Short - Guelph William Sharpe - Toronto Matthew Falvo - Ottawa

NO 77 76 74 64 58

YDS 3070 2709 2603 2211 2133

AVG 39.87 35.64 35.18 34.55 36.78

LG 67 70 64 72 68

FIELD GOALS Andrew Waugh - McMaster Dan Village - Queen’s Andrew Lomasney - Toronto Lirim Hajrullahu - Western Matthew Falvo - Ottawa

MADE 7 11 7 20 15

ATT 8 13 9 26 21

FG% 87.5 84.6 77.8 76.9 71.4

LG 36 50 30 49 47

TEAM OFFENCE Ottawa McMaster Western Queen’s Guelph Laurier Windsor Toronto York

YDS 4345 3910 3716 3655 2955 2899 2533 2272 1721

YDS/G 543.1 488.8 464.5 269.8 369.4 362.4 316.6 284.0 215.1

RUSH 1406 1632 2064 1497 1288 1025 669 593 384

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OUA 2010 ATTENDANCE 2010 REGULAR SEASON ATTENDANCE BY GAME & UNIVERSITY Date GUE MAC OTT QUE TOR WAT Aug. 31 4,033 Sept. 1 914 Sept.6 5,630 6,274 4,111 Sept. 11 Sept. 12 5,427 Sept. 18 2,134 2,498 1,662 Sept. 25 8,799 5,446 3,103 Oct. 2 1,241 Oct. 7 2,290 Oct. 9 1,327 2,138 Oct. 16 1,007 1,021 Oct. 23 1,620 2,123 Total 12,854 17,399 11,719 18,791 2,035 Season Avg. 3,214 4,350 2,930 4,698 2,009

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YATES CUP HISTORY 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. 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 games before 1971, and a total of 65 to date. With the reorganisation 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 104th season of competition in 2011, the Yates Cup has been won the most times by the Western Mustangs, who have 29 league titles. The Varsity Blues, winners of the inaugural championship in 1898, stand second with 25 victories. This year’s Yates Cup presented by Pioneer Energy will take place on Nov. 12 at the home of the highest remaining playoff seed. PAST YATES CUP CHAMPIONS 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 1988 Western 1987 Laurier 1986 Western 1985 Western 1984 Guelph 1983 Toronto 1982 Western 1981 Western 1980 Western 1979 Western 1978 Laurier/Queen’s 1977 Western/Queen’s 1976 Western/Ottawa

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2010 OUA ALL-STARS/CIS ALL-CANADIANS OUA FIRST TEAM ALL-STARS OFFENCE

Jerimy Hipperson WESTERN RB Matthew Bolduc OTTAWA IR

Michael DiCroce MCMASTER WR

Matt O'Donnell QUEEN'S T

Matt Norman WESTERN G

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DE Grant MacDonald GUELPH

DT Sébastien Tétreault OTTAWA

CB Mark Durigon GUELPH

LB John Surla WESTERN

Brad Sinopoli OTTAWA QB

Justin Glover MCMASTER C

Nick Fitzgibbon GUELPH RB

Patrick D'Amico OTTAWA G

Josh Buttrill WESTERN T

Cyril Adjeitey OTTAWA WR

DT DE Mike Van Praet Zander Robinson WESTERN WESTERN

LB Giancarlo Rapanaro LAURIER

HB James Savoie GUELPH

Steven Hughes OTTAWA IR

CB Chayce Elliot OTTAWA

LB Ryan Chmielewski McMASTER HB Craig Butler WESTERN

FS Mitch Nicholson LAURIER

SPECIAL TEAMS Matthew Falvo OTTAWA PK

Darryl Wheeler WESTERN P

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CIS ALL-CANADIANS FIRST TEAM POSITION ATHLETE QB Brad Sinopoli IR Matthew Bolduc C Justin Glover T Matthew O’Donnell G Matthew Norman DT Sebastien Tetreault CLB Giancarlo Rapanaro HB Craig Butler

SCHOOL Ottawa Ottawa McMaster Queen’s Western Ottawa Laurier Western

SECOND TEAM POSITION ATHLETE RB Nick FitzGibbon RB Jerimy Hipperson WR Cyril Adjeitey DE Alexander Robinson LB John Surla CB Chayce Elliot P Darryl Wheeler K Matthew Falvo

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OUA AWARDS BRAD SINOPOLI (OTTAWA) CIS Hec Crighton Trophy Winner OUA Most Valuable Player Quarterback Brad Sinopoli was no doubt the most valuable of the 2010 football season after leading his Gee-Gees to a first place finish in the regular season, a berth in the Yates Cup final, and finishing first in a number of categories in all of Canada. Sinopoli averaged 344.5 yards per game and completed 184 of 301 passes, good for a 61 per cent passing average. His 2,756 yards and 22 touchdowns helped Ottawa become the best offence in Ontario in 2010. The quarterback also knows how to run the ball, leading Ottawa in rushing, covering 534 yards in 42 attempts and scored one touchdown on the ground. He now sits sixth in the CIS record book for most passing yards in a single season. Sinopoli finished first in OUA and CIS for passing yards, touchdown passes and completions for 2010 and is arguably the best quarterback in the country. Brad is only the sixth Gee-Gee to win the MVP award and he was named a First-Team All-Star for the first time in his career.

MATT O’DONNELL (QUEEN’S) OUA J.P. Metras Trophy Matt O’Donnell is the fifth Gael in history to receive the Metras trophy as CIS top down lineman. As the biggest player in college football, standing at 6’10’’ and weighing in at 329 lbs., his size alone makes him one of the most imposing tackles in the CIS. O’Donnell was selected as a CIS First-Team All-Canadian last year with his play as a junior for Queen’s. O’Donnell’s ability as a pass protector on the left side puts him in a class all by himself and his presence on perimeter run plays is undeniable. His nasty disposition for an offensive lineman is in very high demand at the highest levels of football.

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OUA AWARDS DILLON HEAP (LAURIER) OUA Russ Jackson Award Nominee This year OUA Russ Jackson Award nominee is Golden Hawks Receiver Dillon Heap (Waterloo, Ont.) of the Laurier Golden Hawks. The fourth-year has broke a number of school records over his career with the Hawks, and finished the 2010 regular season with 41 receptions, good for 466 yards and five touchdowns. He is among the top of his class in Laurier’s business program and has twice been named a CIS Academic All-Canadian. Last year, he received Laurier’s 2009-10 Luke Fusco Academic Athletic Achievement Award for his achievements in both the classroom and on the field. He does extensive work within the community of Waterloo and completed a two year mission in Concepcion, Chile. Heap also serves as the executive secretary for President James A. McBride of the Kitchener Ontario Stake, teaches Sunday school at the branch, and is the president of the Latter-Day Saints Association at Wilfrid Laurier. Before this, Dillon also served as the President of Elders Quorum in the Kitchener 3rd Young Single Adult Branch, leading 20 peers for a year. SAM SABOURIN (QUEEN’S) OUA Norm Marshall Trophy Queen’s Gaels freshman Freshman Sam Sabourin (Stittsville, Ont.) earned the Norm Marshall award for rookie of the year. Sabourin made a seamless transition into OUA becoming a starter on defence and special teams in all eight games in the regular season for the Gaels. Sabourin set a number of Queen’s school records in 2010 including most tackles in a season with 64, most tackles for loss with nine, most solo tackles in a season with 50 and most tackles in a single game with 13. Sam was ranked third on the CIS list for tackles in the regular season and had two sacks, an interception and three forced fumbles. The rookie is only the third Gael to win the award, the last being famed quarterback Danny Brannagan in 2005.

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OUA AWARDS GREG MARSHALL (WESTERN) OUA Coach of the Year presented by Centaur Products Inc. Western Mustangs head coach Greg Marshall is the Dave “Tuffy” Knight Award winner as OUA coach of the year, presented by Centaur Products, Inc. as the seventh head coach of the Western Mustangs, Marshall has led Western to four Yates Cup appearances, having won three of those four contests. This year Marshall led the Mustangs to a 7-1 regular season record and the Yates Cup. This brings his career regular season record with Western is 24-8. His consistency to lead his teams to Yates Cup appearances is tremendous. This is Marshall’s third OUA Coach of the Year award.

GIANCARLO RAPANARO (LAURIER) OUA President’s Trophy Winner Niagara Falls resident Giancarlo Rapanaro was the OUA President’s Trophy winner. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers draft pick returned to Laurier for his fifth and final year. The veteran linebacker recorded 23 solo tackles and nine assisted tackle this season. Rapanaro also picked off quarterbacks twice this year and ran them back for a total of 90 yards. The addition of his two sacks in 2010 ranks Rapanaro second on the all-time career sacks list for Laurier with 16.5. He sits fifth-place all-time at Laurier with 130.5 career tackles and is the ninth Hawk to receive the President’s Trophy.

JERIMY HIPPERSON (WESTERN) OUA Dalt White Trophy Jerimy Hipperson (Niagara Falls, Ont.) ran for 162 yards on 18 carries and added one touchdown to earn the Dalt White Trophy as Yates Cup MVP. Hipperson’s performance helped the Western Mustangs defeat the Ottawa Gee-Gees 26-25 to capture a record 29th Yates Cup in school history and third in the past four seasons.

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OUA AWARDS HISTORY OUA MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Brad Sinopoli* Michael Faulds Mike Giffin Josh Sacobie Daryl Stephenson* Andy Fantuz* Jesse Lumsden* Tom Denison* Tom Denison* Ben Chapdelaine* Kojo Aidoo* Mike Bradley Ben Chapdelaine Jarrett Smith Jarrett Smith Sean Reade Bill Kubas* Tim Tindale* Eugene Buccigrossi* Tim Tindale* Tom Chartier Mike Shoemaker Mike Shoemaker Ken Evraire Blake Marshall* Steve Samways Phil Scarfone Phil Scarfone Chris Byrne Dan Feraday* Greg Marshall*

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

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W - Scott Mallender E - Jim Etcheverry 1978 W - Jamie Bone* E - Bob O’Dougherty 1977 W - Jim Reid E - Bruce Wilkins 1976 W - Ed Skowneski E - Mike Murphy 1975 W - Bruce Morris E - Neil Lumsden 1974 W - Ross Tripp E - Joe Colvey 1973 Neil Lumsden 1972 W - Neil Lumsden E - Andy Parichi* 1971 Wayne Dunkley 1970 Heino Lilles 1969 Dave Fleiszer* 1968 Mike Raham* 1967 Mike Eben* 1966 Don Bayne 1965 Peter Howlett 1964 Jim Young 1963 Willie Lambert 1962 Tom Skypeck 1961 Cal Conner 1960 Tom Skypeck 1959 William Mitchell 1958 Peter Joyce 1957 Ron Stewart * winner of CIS Hec Crighton Trophy

Windsor Bishop’s Western Queen’s Laurier Bishop’s Windsor Ottawa Guelph Ottawa McMaster Carleton Ottawa Ottawa Windsor Toronto Queen’s McGill Toronto Toronto Queen’s McGill Queen’s McGill McGill Queen’s McGill Western Toronto Que./Wat.

J.P METRAS - LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

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Matt O’Donnell Matt Morencie* Osie Ukwuoma Scott Evans* Chris Best* Kyle Koch Ryan Jeffrey Matt Kirk Jeet Rana Chuck Walsh David D’Onofrio Kojo Millington Paul Blenkhorn Roger Dunbrack Derek Parkes John Raposo John Raposo Reinhardt Keller David Scandiffio Richard Fischer Chris Morris* Rob Godley

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Veron Stiliadis* Laurier Pierre Vercheval* Western Louie Godry* Guelph Dirk Leers York Dirk Leers York Sean McKeown Western Peter Langford Guelph John Celestino Windsor David Pearson Western 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 * - winner of the CIS J.P. Metras Trophy

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OUA AWARDS HISTORY NORM MARSHALL TROPHY - ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Sam Sabourin Cody Lynch Jordan Verdone* Ryan Chmielewski Nick Fitzgibbon Danny Brannagan Daryl Stephenson Chris Ullerick Andy Fantuz* Ryan Pyear Jeff Bonelli John Katsaouni Kojo Aidoo* Ben Chapdelaine Jeff Johnson* Corey Grant Chris Moore Andre Batson Sean Reade* Peter Floro

Queen’s McMaster Waterloo McMaster Guelph Queen’s Windsor Western Western Laurier Windsor Laurier McMaster McMaster York Laurier Windsor York Western York

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Bill Kubas* Laurier Ozzie Nethersole Windsor Chuck Sims Guelph Andy Cecchini Laurier Chris Porter Windsor Ken Evraire Laurier Rob Cecile Windsor Paul Nastasiuk* Laurier Kris Keillor Laurier Tino Iacono York Dave Shouldice Laurier W - Bill Mintsoulis Toronto E - Bob Wright Queen’s 1978 W - John Lowe* Guelph E - Ron Poulton McGill 1977 W - Phil Colwell Laurier E - Bill Harshaw Concordia 1976 W - Jim Reid* Laurier E - Bruce Wilkins Bishop’s * - winner of the CIS Peter Gorman Trophy

Western Laurier Queen’s Queen’s Ottawa Laurier Laurier Laurier York Queen’s McMaster McMaster Western York Guelph York Western Western Toronto Western Western

1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

COACH OF THE YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Greg Marshall Gary Jeffries Pat Sheahan* Pat Sheahan Denis Piché* Gary Jeffries Gary Jeffries Gary Jeffries* Tom Gretes Pat Sheahan Greg Marshall* Greg Marshall Larry Haylor* Tom Arnott Dan McNally* Tom Arnott Larry Haylor Larry Haylor Bob Laycoe Larry Haylor Larry Haylor

1978 1977 1976

Dave Knight* Larry Haylor John Musselman Larry Haylor Rich Newbrough Bernie Custis Tom Dimitroff Bernie Custis* Darwin Semotiuk Dave Knight W - Dave Knight* E - Cam Innes W - Frank Cosentino E - Doug Hargreaves W - Gino Fracas E - Bruce Coulter W - Gino Fracas W - Darwin Semotiuk* E- Doug Hargreaves E- Dwight Fowler E- Bruce Coulter

Waterloo Western Windsor Western Laurier McMaster Guelph McMaster Western Laurier Laurier Ottawa York Queen’s Windsor Bishop’s Windsor Western Queen’s Ottawa 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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OUA AWARDS HISTORY PRESIDENT’S TROPHY - STAND UP DEFENSIVE PLAYER 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Giancarlo Rapanaro John Surla Thaine Carter* Anthony Maggiacomo Jesse Alexander Jason Pottinger Jason Pottinger John Sullivan Ray Mariuz Mark Pretzlaff Damian Porter Donnie Ruiz Jason Tibbits Jason Van Geel* Derek Krete* Patrice Denis Cory Delaney*

Laurier Western Queen's Laurier Laurier McMaster McMaster Waterloo McMaster Ottawa Windsor Laurier Waterloo Waterloo Western Western Waterloo

1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Lou Tiro* Mike O’Shea Fred Grossman Clive Tharby John O’Brien Larry Vaughn Brent Lewis* Matt Janes Mark Horvath Alex Troop Sam Benincasa Sam Benincasa Barry Quarrell Rich Payne*

Toronto Guelph Laurier Laurier York Waterloo Western Western McMaster Laurier Guelph Guelph Laurier Laurier

* - winner of the CIS Presidents’ Trophy

DALT WHITE - YATES CUP MVP 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Jerimy Hipperson Danny Brannagan Michael Faulds Michael Faulds Josh Sacobie Nick Cameron Andrew Baechler Brandon Little Mike Botterill Vaughan Swart Kojo Aidoo Nate Martin Mike O’Brien Ryan Wilkinson Gerrit Stam Sean Reade Sean Reade Glenn McCausland Wally Gabler Bill Kubas

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1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

John LeClair Rob Stewart Ray Macoritti Luc Geritsen Rick Wolkensberg Steve Samways Randy Walters Dave Pearson Andy Rossitt Ryan Potter Greg Marshall Ryan Potter

Western Western Western Laurier Western Western Guelph Toronto Western Western Western Western

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OUA PLAYERS IN CFL/NFL WATERLOO WARRIORS Chris Best - Saskatchewan Roughriders

GUELPH GRYPHONS Ryan Bomben - Montreal Alouettes Rob Maver - Calgary Stampeders

WESTERN MUSTANGS Craig Butler - Saskatchewan Roughriders Chris Greaves - Winnipeg Blue Bombers Jonathan Hood - Hamilton Tiger-Cats Jeff Keeping - Toronto Argonauts Alexander Robinson - Toronto Argonauts Derek Schiavone - Edmonton Eskimos John Surla - Montreal Alouettes Tyler Scott - Edmonton Eskimos Leron Mitchell - Saskatchewan Roughriders Andy Fantuz - Chicago Bears Vaughn Martin - San Diego Chargers

MCMASTER MARAUDERS Jason Arakgi - B.C. Lions Mike Bradwell - Toronto Argonauts Andrew Jones - B.C. Lions Kyle Koch - Edmonton Eskimos Chris Van Zeyl - Toronto Argonauts Jason Pottinger - Toronto Argonauts Jeff Robertshaw - Montreal Alouettes OTTAWA GEE-GEES Brad Sinopoli - Calgary Stampeders Delroy Clarke - Edmonton Eskimos Mike Cornell - Edmonton Eskimos QUEEN’S GAELS Bryan Crawford - Toronto Argonauts Kevin Scott - Hamilton Tiger-Cats Shomari Williams - Saskatchewan Roughriders Rob Bagg - Saskatchewan Roughriders Matt Kirk - Hamilton Tiger-Cats Michael Giffin - Montreal Alouettes Matt O’Donnell - Cincinnati Bengals TORONTO VARSITY BLUES Chris Kowalczuk - Winnipeg Blue Bombers Hugo Lopez - Edmonton Eskimos (As of August 22, 2011)

Round 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 6

Year 2009 1992 1982 1979

Selection 12 14 15 17 22 28 29 39 43

Round 4 9 12 11

CFL Team Saskatchewan Edmonton Saskatchewan Winnipeg Toronto Toronto Calgary Montreal Toronto

WILFRID LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS Taurean Allen - Calgary Stampeders Yannick Carter - Hamilton Tiger-Cats Chima Ihekwoaba - Montreal Alouettes Ian Logan - Winnipeg Blue Bombers Justin Phillips - Calgary Stampeders WINDSOR LANCERS Arjei Franklin - Calgary Stampeders Glenn MacKay - Hamilton Tiger-Cats Daryl Stephenson - Hamilton Tiger-Cats YORK LIONS Andre Durie - Toronto Argonauts Ricky Foley - Toronto Argonauts Jeff Johnson - Toronto Argonauts

2011 CFL CANADIAN DRAFT Player Craig Butler Hugo Lopez Matt O’Donnell Brendan Dunn Alexander Robinson Jedd Gardner Brad Sinopoli Vaughn Martin Michael Knill

Position DB DB OL DL DE WR QB DL OL

ALL-TIME OUA SELECTIONS IN NFL DRAFT Selection Player School Position 113 Vaughn Martin Western DL 239 Tyrone Williams Western WR 333 Dan Feraday Toronto QB 280 John Priestner Western LB

University Western Toronto Queen’s Western Western Guelph Ottawa Western Laurier

NFL Team San Diego Phoenix Cincinnati Baltimore

Note: Mike Schad was selected in the first round, 23rd overall in the 1986 NFL Draft as a member of Queen’s which was part of the OQIFC.

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OUA TEAM RECORDS TEAM SCORING MOST POINTS IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 90 Laurier (vs. York) 19-Oct-74 85 Laurier (vs. Guelph) 22-Oct-77 83 Ottawa (vs. McGill) 12-Oct-74 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-74 106 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 424 McMaster 2003 398 McMaster 2004 388 Western 2004 374 Queen's 2008 371 Western 2005

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FEWEST POINTS FOR IN A SEASON 17 Concordia 1978 6 games 32 UQTR 1978 6 games 32 York 2008 8 games 34 Waterloo 1985 7 games 35 McMaster 1996 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 MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 49 McMaster 2004 8 games 45 Western 2004 8 games 45 Queen's 2008 8 games 44 Western 2005 8 games

MOST POINTS AGAINST IN A SEASON 471 York 2008 8 games 450 Toronto 2004 8 games 438 Toronto 2003 8 games 433 Toronto 2005 8 games 418 Toronto 2006 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 2807 McMaster 2003 2555 McMaster 2004 2524 Laurier 1974 2354 Laurier 1977 2352 Laurier 1973 MOST YARDS 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 MOST YARDS RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 402 Laurier 1973 393 Laurier 1971 360 Laurier 1974 353 McMaster 2003

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OUA TEAM RECORDS TEAM PASSING MOST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 603 Laurier (vs. McMaster) 08-Oct-92 588 Queen's (vs. Guelph) 15-Sep-01 562 Queen’s (vs. York) 26-Sep-09 561* Queen's (vs. Western) 02-Nov-02 555* Western (vs. Toronto) 29-Oct-94 *Playoff game

MOST TD PASSES IN A SEASON 26 Ottawa 2001 26 Queen’s 2008 25 Queen's 2003 24 Laurier 2004 23 Laurier 1994 23 McMaster 2002

MOST YARDS PASSING IN A SEASON 3174 Western 2009 3147 Queen's 2003 3086 Queen's 2002 2939 Ottawa 2010 2933 Western 2002

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 COMPLETIONS IN A SEASON 222 Queen's 2003 214 Western 2009 200 Toronto 1981 200 Ottawa 2010 198 Queen’s 2009 MOST TD PASSES IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 9 Laurier (vs. McMaster) 08-Oct-92 7* Western (vs. Windsor) 26-Oct-02 7* Windsor (vs. Laurier) 08-Nov-75 *Playoff game

TEAM DEFENCE

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 346 Queen's 2003 343 Western 2009 328 Toronto 1981 328 Ottawa 2010 323 Windsor 2001 MOST COMPLETIONS IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 41 Toronto (vs. Windsor) 17-Oct-81 40 Western (vs. Toronto) 24-Oct-09 37* Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 02-Nov-96 35 Queen’s (vs. Western) 17-Oct-09 *Playoff game MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED IN A SEASON 30 Laurentian 1971

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED BY IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 10 McMaster (vs. Waterloo) 17-Oct-81 8 McGill (vs. Ottawa) 13-Oct-78 MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED BY IN A SEASON 28 McGill 1978 27 Queen's 1971 23 McMaster 1981 22 Guelph 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 PENALTY YARDAGE IN A SEASON 1170 McMaster 2005 1144 Western 2005 1035 Toronto 2007 1014 Ottawa 2005 1008 Ottawa 2001

MOST PENALTY YARDAGE IN A GAME - ONE TEAM 239 Windsor (vs. Guelph) 29-Sep-01 207 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

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SCORING MOST POINTS IN A GAME 42 Mike Murphy 37* Neil Lumsden 36 Jim Reid 36 Andre Durie *Playoff game MOST POINTS IN A SEASON 148 Neil Lumsden 144 Mike Murphy 126 Jesse Lumsden 120 Kojo Aidoo 120 Jesse Lumsden MOST POINTS IN A CAREER 410^ Neil Lumsden 392 Frank Jagas 346 Michael Ray 294 Kevin Reider 290 Rod Maver ^CIS record

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Ottawa Ottawa McMaster McMaster McMaster

1975 1976 2004 2000 2003

Ottawa Western McMaster Windsor Guelph

1972-75 1990-94 2000-04 2003-07 2006-09

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

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

MOST FIELD GOALS IN A GAME 7 Lance Chomyc Toronto (vs. York) 6 Frank Jagas Western (vs. Guelph) 6* Darryl Wheeler Western (vs. Laurier) *Playoff game

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST FIELD GOALS IN A SEASON 22 Michael Ray McMaster 21 Arek Bigos Waterloo 21 Ara Tchobanian Ottawa 20 Jeff Crews Western 20 Frank Jagas Western 20 Derek Livingstone McMaster MOST FIELD GOALS IN A CAREER 70^ Frank Jagas Western 59 Michael Ray McMaster 57 Rod Maver Guelph 54 Ara Tchobanian Ottawa 54 Kevin Reider Windsor ^CIS record

2003 1997 2007 1985 1993 1999 1990-94 2001-04 2006-09 2003-07 2003-07

LONGEST FIELD GOAL IN A GAME 55 Kevin Rydeard Western (vs. York) 55 Adam Dixon McMaster N/A 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 MOST CONVERTS IN A GAME 10 Jerry Gulyes 10 Ray Macoritti 10 Ara Tchobanian 10 Dan Village

Laurier (vs. Guelph) Western (vs. Toronto) Ottawa (vs. Toronto) Queen’s (vs. York)

MOST CONVERTS IN A SEASON 48 Michael Ray 47 Michael Ray 45 Dan Village 42 Rob Pikula 42 Darryl Wheeler

McMaster McMaster Queen’s Western Western

2004 2003 2008 2004 2008

MOST CONVERTS IN A CAREER 148 Michael Ray 143 Frank Jagas 108 Derek Livingstone 103 Brian Devlin 103 Neil Lumsden

McMaster Western McMaster Laurier Ottawa

2001-04 1990-94 1997-2000 2003-05 1972-75

MOST SINGLES IN A SEASON 21 Matt Armstrong 14 Ed Becker 14 Ray Macoritti 14 Jeffery Lee-Yaw 13 Steve Boghossian 13 Mike O'Brien

Waterloo Laurier Western Ottawa Waterloo Western

2001 2000 1987 2001 1971 2000

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22-Oct-77 18-Sep-87 08-Oct-05 04-Oct-08

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST SINGLES IN A CAREER 44 Pep Leadley 41 Ed Becker 39 Frank Jagas

Queen’s Laurier Western

MOST SINGLES IN A GAME 5 Gord Slaughter

Western (vs. Laurier)

1921-25 1998-2002 1990-94

06-Oct-84

RUSHING MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A GAME 349 Andre Durie York (vs. Ottawa) 344 Jesse Lumsden McMaster (vs. Waterloo) 334 Andre Durie York (vs. Windsor) 331 Chuck Sims Guelph (vs. York) 327* Davie Mason Ottawa (vs. Guelph) *Playoff game MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A SEASON 1816^ Jesse Lumsden McMaster 1497 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 1367 Andre Durie York 1329 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 1306 Daryl Stephenson Windsor ^CIS record

2004 2003 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 3559 Randy McAuley Western ^CIS record

2004-08 2001-04 1997-01 2006-10 2003-07

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)

18-Oct-03 11-Sep-04 16-Oct-04 29-Sep-90 25-Oct-08

22-Oct-77 18-Sep-04 19-Oct-74 20-Sep-85 07-Oct-00 04-Oct-03 24-Sep-05

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 21^ Jesse Lumsden McMaster 2004 20 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 2000 19 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 2003 16 Jim Reid Laurier 1977 16 Tim Tindale Western 1991 ^CIS record (tie)

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER 46 Jesse Lumsden McMaster 2001-04 40 Randy McAuley Western 2003-07 38 Mike Bradley Waterloo 1997-01 36 Kojo Aidoo McMaster 1998-02 36 Daryl Stephenson Windsor 2004-08 LONGEST RUSH 108^ Jesse Lumsden 106 Carlyle Buchanan 105 Maurice Doyle 105* Rob Stewart 105 Aaron Milton ^CIS record (tie) *Playoff game

McMaster (vs. Waterloo) 11-Sep-04 McMaster (vs. Laurier) 27-Sep-80 Toronto (vs. McMaster) 08-Sep-79 Western (vs. Toronto) 04-Nov-89 Toronto (vs. Ottawa) 02-Oct-10

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 39 Kyle Pyear McMaster (vs. Laurier) 38 Drew Soleyn Western (vs. Queen's) 37 Gerrit Stam Guelph (vs. Toronto) 36 Tom Chartier Waterloo (vs. Windsor) 36 Ryan Hudecki McMaster (vs. Guelph) 36 Jeff Johnson York (vs. Windsor) MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 193 Daryl Stephenson Windsor 188 Gerrit Stam Guelph 185 Chris McIntyre Guelph 185 Mike Giffin Queen's 184 Kyle Pyear McMaster

2005 1998 2004 2007 2002

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

28-Sep-02 13-Oct-01 25-Sep-99 06-Oct-90 16-Sep-95 23-Oct-99

PASSING MOST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME 561* Tommy Denison Queen's (vs. Western) 555* Warren Goldie Western (vs. Toronto) 550 Michael Faulds Western (vs. Toronto) 546 Dan Feraday Toronto (vs. Windsor) 543 Danny Brannagan Queen’s (vs.York) *Playoff game MOST YARDS PASSING IN A SEASON 3033^ Michael Faulds Western 3001 Tommy Denison Queen's 2907 Tommy Denison Queen's 2806 Chris Hessel Western 2756 Brad Sinopoli Ottawa ^CIS record

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST YARDS PASSING IN A CAREER 10811^ Michael Faulds Western 10714 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 9974 Ben Chapdelaine McMaster 9885 Josh Sacobie Ottawa 9530 Justin Dunk Guelph ^CIS Record MOST COMPLETIONS IN A GAME 41^ Dan Feraday 39 Michael Faulds 37* Kevin McDonald 35 Danny Brannagan 34 Dan Feraday ^CIS record *Playoff game

2005-2009 2005-2009 1997-2001 2004-08 2005-2009

Toronto (vs. Windsor) Western (vs. Toronto) Laurier (vs. Waterloo) Queen’s (vs. Western) Toronto (vs. Western)

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A SEASON 203 Tommy Denison Queen's 201 Michael Faulds Western 194 Dan Feraday Toronto 184 Brad Sinopoli Ottawa 183 Tommy Denison Queen's

2003 2009 1981 2010 2002

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A CAREER 761 Michael Faulds Western 667 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 637 Josh Sacobie Ottawa 614 Justin Dunk Guelph 609 Ben Chapdelaine McMaster

2005-09 2005-09 2004-08 2005-09 1997-2001

MOST TD PASSES IN A GAME 7* Chris Hessel 6* Dave Pickett 6 Bill Kubas 6 Bill Kubas 6* Warren Goldie 6 Michael Faulds 6 Adam Archibald 6 Josh Sacobie 6 Justin Chapdelaine *Playoff game MOST TD PASSES IN A SEASON 24 Tommy Denison 24 Dan Brannagan 23 Bill Kubas 22 Tommy Denison 22 Brad Sinopoli 21 Dan Feraday 21 Chris Hessel 21 Ryan Pyear 21 Josh Sacobie

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Queen's Queen's Laurier Queen's Ottawa Toronto Western Laurier Ottawa

17-Oct-81 24-Oct-09 02-Nov-96 17-Oct-09 03-Oct-81

26-Oct-02 08-Nov-75 08-Oct-92 06-Oct-94 29-Oct-94 17-Sep-05 22-Oct-05 20-Sep-08 09-Oct-10

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST TD PASSES IN A CAREER 79 Josh Sacobie 77 Danny Brannagan 65 Bill Kubas 63 Justin Dunk 62 Chris Hessel 62 Ryan Pyear

Ottawa Queen’s Laurier Guelph Western Laurier

2004-08 2005-2009 1990-94 2005-2009 1998, 2001-04 2001-05

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A GAME 74^* Kevin McDonald Laurier (vs. Waterloo) 65 Dan Feraday Toronto (vs. Windsor) 57 Bill Kubas Laurier (vs. Toronto) 57 Michael Faulds Western (vs. Queen's) ^CIS record *Playoff game MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON 315 Dan Feraday Toronto 313 Tommy Denison Queen's 312 Tommy Denison Queen's 310 Michael Faulds Western 301 Brad Sinopoli Ottawa

1981 2003 2002 2009 2010

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER 1241 Michael Faulds Western 1211 Danny Brannagan Queen’s 1120 Justin Dunk Guelph 1111 Josh Sacobie Ottawa 1107 Ben Chapdelaine McMaster

2005-09 2005-09 2005-09 2004-08 1997-2001

LONGEST COMPLETION 109^ Nathan Body to Scott Gordon 108 Mike O'Brien to Ray Krumme 108 Adam Archibald to Mike Bradwell 106 Rod Philp to Ken Evraire 106 Brad Sinopoli to Cyril Adjeitey 105 Norm Lucky to Barry St. George 105 Paul Gleeson to Dan Dominico 105 Justin Dunk to Dave McKoy ^CIS record (tie)

02-Nov-96 17-Oct-81 02-Oct-93 27-Sep-08

Guelph (vs. Toronto) Western (vs. McMaster) McMaster (vs. Guelph) Laurier (vs. Waterloo) Ottawa (vs. McMaster) Ottawa (vs. York) Western (vs. Waterloo) Guelph (vs. Toronto)

09-Oct-97 12-Sep-98 20-Oct-07 19-Sep-87 18-Sep-10 14-Oct-71 10-Oct-80 23-Sep-06

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON (Minimum 15 attempts per game plus 60 percent of team games played) 68.5 Mike Shoemaker Guelph 1988 67.6 Rod Philp Laurier 1987 66.9 Michael Faulds Western 2005 66.7 Ryan Pyear Laurier 2005 65.1 Dave Pickett Windsor 1975

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) 256 Mike Bradwell McMaster (vs. Guelph) ^CIS record *Playoff game

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST YARDS RECEIVING IN A SEASON 1300^ Andy Fantuz Western 1093 Andy Fantuz Western 1034 Ryan Janzen McMaster 1031 James MacLean Queen's 1013 Scott Valberg Queen's ^CIS record

2002 2004 2000 2001 2008

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 RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 19^ Andre Talbot 17 Mark Magee 16* Iain Fleming 14 Ralf Rosenkranz 14 Frank Marof 14* John Nardi 14 Devan Sheahan ^CIS record *Playoff game

Laurier (vs. Guelph) Toronto (vs. Windsor) Queen's (vs. Waterloo) McMaster (vs. Western) Guelph (vs. Western) Toronto (vs. Western) Queen’s (vs. York)

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON 63 Craig Spear Queen's 60 Frank Marof Guelph 57 Mark Magee Toronto 57 Andy Fantuz Western 57 Steven Hughes Ottawa

2003 1991 1981 2002 2010

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER 189 Andy Fantuz Western 186 Stefan Ptaszek Laurier 178 Arjei Franklin Windsor 164 Scott Valberg Queen’s 153 Cory Kennedy Toronto

2002-05 1990-94 2001-05 2004-09 2004-08

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 Matt Babel Laurier (vs. Western) 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)

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST TD RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON 13 Stefan Ptaszek Laurier 13 Craig Spear Queen’s 12 Andy Fantuz Western 12 Andy Fantuz Western 11 Parri Ceci Guelph 11 Andre Talbot Laurier 11 Konrad Gloge McMaster 11 Scott Valberg Queen’s

1994 2003 2002 2005 1984 2000 2003 2008

MOST TD RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER 41^ Andy Fantuz Western 28 Stefan Ptaszek Laurier 26 Eric Walter McGill/Toronto 23 Arjei Franklin Windsor 23 Brad Smith Queen’s ^CIS record

2002-05 1990-94 1961-62, 1964-65/1968-70 2001-05 2002, 2004-06

DEFENCE MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME 4^ John Douglas Waterloo (vs. Windsor) 11-Sep-82 4^* Richard Nakatsu Toronto (vs. Ottawa) 09-Nov-74 ^CIS record *Playoff game MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON 9 Dave Croasdale McGill 8 Peter McNabb Toronto

1978 1970

MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A CAREER 21 Peter McNabb Toronto/Queen's 21 Matt Carapella Western 19 Trevor Small Guelph 18 Pat Gallo Western 17 Cory Delaney Waterloo LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 112^ Don Williams Guelph (vs. Windsor) 111 Mark Chortos Western (vs. York) 111 Mark Durigon Guelph (vs. Laurier) 110 Rohan Dove Laurier (vs. Toronto) 109 Mike LeBrun Ottawa (vs. Carleton) ^CIS record *Playoff game

1970-72/1973-74 2004-08 2002-06 1988-92 1990-94 26-Sep-81 23-Sep-00 17-Oct-10 13-Sep-86 31-Oct-64

MOST SACKS IN A SEASON 9.5 Yannick Carter 9.5 Osie Ukwuoma 9.0 Paul Dragojlovich 9.0 Bill Vastis 9.0 David D'Onofrio 9.0 Ricky Foley 9.0 Giancarlo Rapanaro

Laurier Queen's Guelph Guelph York York Laurier

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 106 Ed McMillan

Carleton (vs. Queen's) 01-Oct-77

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 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

1999 2000 1994 1997 1987

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) MOST YARDS PUNTING IN A SEASON 3621 Norman Nasser Guelph 3376 Ed Becker Laurier 3201 Mike Telepchuk Guelph 3178 Rob Pikula Western 3176 Norman Nasser Guelph

2000 2001 1973 2001 2001

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 LONGEST PUNT 94 Darryl Skuse 89 Sergio Capobianco 86 Dan Village 85 Brian Devlin 84 Mike Karpow LONGEST KICKOFF 95 Peter Barbaric 90* Brian Devlin 90 Nick Arakgi 90 Dan Bertolo 90 Arek Bigos 90 Serg Capobianco 90 Serg Capobianco 90 Kevin Rydeard *Playoff game

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1998-02 1968-72 1992-96 1975-76/1977-79 1977-81

Guelph (vs. Toronto) 05-Oct-85 York (vs. McMaster) 16-Oct-82 Queen’s (vs. Windsor) 12-Sep-10 Laurier (vs. McMaster) 25-Sep-04 Waterloo (vs. McMaster) 30-Sep-78 Guelph (vs. Windsor) 02-Oct-93 Laurier (vs. Ottawa) 06-Nov-04 Bishop's (vs. Concordia) 25-Oct-77 York (vs. Laurier) 10-Sep-77 Waterloo (vs. Laurier) 14-Oct-95 York (vs. McMaster) 16-Oct-82 York (vs. Windsor) 10-Sep-79 Western (vs. McMaster) 16-Oct-80

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OUA INDIVIDUAL RECORDS KICK AND PUNT RETURNS MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 912 Dillon Heap Laurier 718 Tom Barbeau McGill 686 Paul Bennett Laurier 616 Corey Grant Laurier 606 Don Hollerhead Windsor

2009 1977 1976 1995 1971

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A GAME 259 Jimmy Allin Queen’s (vs. Guelph) 202 Dillon Heap Laurier (vs. Guelph) MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER 1886 Don Hollerhead Windsor 1632 Arjei Franklin Windsor 1613 Dillon Heap Laurier 1516 Jimmy Allin Queen’s 1460 Andre Batson York

1971-75 2001-05 2005/08-10 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 Heron Tait Guelph

1976 1974 1975 1985 1993

LONGEST PUNT RETURN 130^* John Kelley Guelph (vs. Laurier) 130 Steve Valeriote Waterloo (vs. York) 129 Ian Forde Waterloo (vs. Toronto) 129# Jedd Gardner Guelph (vs. McMaster) 128# Jedd Gardner Guelph (vs. York) 125# Jedd Gardner Guelph (vs. Waterloo) 125# Jason Marshall York (vs. Windsor) ^CIS record *Playoff game #Missed field goal return

07-Sep-09 17-Oct-09

01-Nov-75 21-Oct-78 01-Sep-03 08-Oct-10 11-Oct-08 04-Oct-08 07-Sept-09

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE IN A SEASON 729 Matt D’Souza Toronto 2006 647 Ed Slabikowski Windsor 1982 581 Matt D’Souza Toronto 2007 555 George Polyzois Toronto 2004 552 Ian Logan Waterloo 2003 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 112 Joe Pariselli 111 Kevin Johnson 111 Jason Tibbitts 110 Darrell Penner 109 Brandon Little

York (vs. Western) Laurier (vs. Windsor) Waterloo Queen's (vs. Bishop's) McMaster (vs. Laurier)

02-Nov-85 03-Oct-98 1998 18-Sep-76 08-Nov-03

MOST KICKOFF RETURN TDS IN A SEASON 3 Joe Pariselli York 1985 The OUA office has made every effort to ensure the statistical information in this publication is up-to-date and correct. However, we welcome any suggestions or questions you may have. Please direct these to: JESSICA BARRETT COMMUNICATIONS & NEW MEDIA TEL: 905-540-5156 CELL: 289-237-8345 EMAIL: jessica.barrett@oua.ca

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