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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GAELS FOOTBALL 2012 CONTENTS

QUICK FACTS

Media Information..............................2

CIAU/CIS Semifinals......................... 47

2012 CIS Composite Schedule........3

National Championship(s)............ 48

Queen’s University..............................4

Professional Draft............................. 53

Kingston, Ontario................................5

Professional Football....................... 54

Richardson Stadium...........................6

Records................................................. 55

Gameday................................................7

Offensive.......................................... 55

2011 Season Outlook.........................8

Defensive......................................... 57

Regular Season Opponents.......... 11

Special Teams................................. 58

2011-12 Roster.................................. 12

Team.................................................. 59

Pat Sheahan - Head Coach............ 14

Single Game .................................. 61

Coaching Staff................................... 15

All-Time Results................................. 63

Player Profiles..................................... 18

Results By Opponent...................... 66

2010-11 Season In Review............ 27

Coaching Records............................ 68

Starting Lineups............................ 27 Game-by Game Review.............. 28

Tickets

Recognition........................................ 36

Tickets can be purchased by calling (613) 533-2500 or in person by visiting the Customer Service Counter inside the Athletics and Recreation Centre on campus at Queen’s University.

Team Awards.................................. 36

About This Media Guide

League/Conference Awards..... 38

The 2011-12 Queen’s Football Media Guide is published by:

OUA Standings/Results.............. 31 CIS Leaders...................................... 32 Queen’s Statistics.......................... 34

All-Time Captains.......................... 39 All-Canadians................................. 40 Academic All-Canadians............ 41 League All-Stars............................ 42 Queen’s Football Hall of Fame. 44 History.................................................. 45

University Information Location: Kingston, Ont. Enrollment: 22,477 Founded: 1841 Colours: Gold, Blue, Red Chancellor: Dr. David Dodge Principal and Vice Chancellor: Dr. Daniel Woolf Director, Athletics and Recreation: Leslie Dal Cin Manager, Interuniversity Sport: Janean Sergeant University Website: www.queensu.ca Athletics & Recreation Website: www.gogaelsgo.com Team Information Conference: Inaugural Season: Fight Song:

Ontario University Athletics (OUA) 1882 Oil Thigh

Stadium: Capacity: Surface:

Richardson Stadium 10,258 Grass

Record All-Time: Record 2011: League Champions: National Champions: Head Coach:

438-341-17 (0.562 pct.) 7-3 (OUA Semifinalist) 30 (23 Yates Cup; 7 Dunsmore Cup) 8 (4 Vanier Cup; 3 Grey Cup; 1 Dominion) Pat Sheahan (13th season)

Media Contact Information Sports Information Officer John Edwards Office: (613) 533-6000 x36990 Cell: (613) 484-6763 E-mail: comm.sio@queensu.ca

Queen’s University Athletics & Recreation 284 Earl St. Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6 Editor: John Edwards Graphic Designer: Matt Zilli

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MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIALS: Full-season credentials will be issued to media members who cover the Gaels on a regular basis. For single-game media or photo credentials, contact the Sports Information Office at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled game time. Please note that credentials are only issued to working media personnel/ photographers on assignment from a legitimate media organization. Credentials must be displayed while on site and can be revoked by the Department of Athletics and Recreation at any time. Decisions of the Sports Information Office regarding credentials are final.

coaches will normally only be granted to broadcast rightsholders.

Photographers wishing to have field-level access must wear an additional Queen’s photographer identification.

Attending Practice: Practices are normally open to the media, but may be closed at the sole discretion of the Head Coach. Media wishing to attend practice are advised to confirm schedules and locations with the Sports Information Office prior to venturing out. Student-athletes and coaches are normally available at the start of practice (approx. 5:15), but team meetings and pre-practice activities will take priority. Filming may take place during warm-ups and individual drills only. No filming of team formations is permitted. Practice will normally take place at the West Campus Field.

As per the OUA sideline policy, the following regulations also apply: - photographers must stay 3m (10’) behind the sideline and end zone (i.e. behind the advertising boards) - photographers / camera operators are prohibited from the team bench areas - it is forbidden to leave camera equipment unattended along the sidelines and end zones. INTERVIEWS: Interviews with Queen’s University student-athletes, coaches and/ or staff can be arranged by contacting the Sports Information Office. 24-hour notice would be appreciated, where possible. Student-athletes have been instructed to refer interview requests to the Sports Information Office. Queen’s will not provide contact numbers for student-athletes without their prior consent. Weekly Press Conference: A weekly press conference with Coach Sheahan and selected athletes will be held each Thursday at 1 p.m. on the main floor of the Athletics & Recreation Centre. If you would like to speak with a particular player at the press conference, please inform the Sports Information Office by Wednesday at 4 p.m. Every effort will be made to fulfil reasonable requests. Coach Sheahan also is available on the weekly OUA conference call. Pre-Game interviews

and Halftime: Game-day with student-athletes or

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Post-Game: Following the game, the Head Coaches and selected players/coaches for both teams will be made available to the media ten minutes following the final play, in the Richardson Stadium meeting room. The visitors will normally be available first, followed by Queen’s. Only broadcast rightsholders may conduct post-game interviews on the field. Please advise the Sports Information staff of any requested coaches and/or athletes. The Gaels dressing room is closed at all times.

GAME-DAY INFORMATION: Media Entrance/Location: Media Will Call is located at the Southwest corner of Richardson Stadium. Media Seating: The Richardson Stadium Press Box is for working members of the media only. Press Box space is limited.

While the Sports Information Office will do its best to accommodate all working media, seating is not guaranteed. As a general rule, preference for seating will be given to media who cover the Gaels or the opposition on a regular basis. Press Box services: • Team Game Notes, depth charts, game programs, game-day information • Quickie statistics provided after each quarter. Play-by-play statistics available upon request. • Final statistics are available approx. 30 minutes after the game. • Wireless Internet is available in the Press Box. See the Sports Information staff for connection information. Telephone, copier and fax services are also available on a first-come, firstserved basis. WEB / SOCIAL MEDIA SERVICES: Website: The Gaels’ website is located at www.gogaelsgo.com. The site includes up-to-date schedules, rosters and news for each of Queen’s University’s varsity teams. Live Stats: Live stats are available via the Gaels’ website. Twitter: The official Twitter account of the Gaels is @queensgaels. Updates will be posted at regular intervals throughout each home football contest. MEDIA CONTACT: John Edwards Sports Information Officer Phone: 613-533-6990 (office) / 613-4846763 (cell) / 1-866-860-0001 (toll-free) E-mail: comm.sio@queensu.ca


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2012 CIS COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Aug. 31 Alberta at Saskatchewan Sep. 1

Bishop’s at Concordia Manitoba at UBC Montreal at Sherbrooke Regina at Calgary

Sep. 2 McGill at Laval Sep. 3

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

Sep. 7

StFX at Mount Allison Sherbrooke at McGill Concordia at Montreal Alberta at Calgary UBC at Regina

Sep. 8

Saint Mary’s at Acadia McMaster at Waterloo Toronto at Western Laval at Bishop’s Ottawa at York Saskatchewan at Manitoba Guelph at Windsor Queen’s at Laurier

Sep. 14 Mount Allison at McGill Regina at Alberta Sep. 15

York at Laurier Waterloo at Guelph Western at Queen’s McMaster at Ottawa Sherbrooke at Saint Mary’s Concordia at StFX Bishop’s at Montreal Windsor at Toronto Calgary at Manitoba Saskatchewan at UBC Acadia at Laval

Sep. 21 Laval at McGill Regina at Saskatchewan Sep. 22 Acadia at Saint Mary’s

StFX at Mount Allison Toronto at Guelph Concordia at Bishop’s Laurier at Ottawa Waterloo at York Sherbrooke at Montreal Windsor at Western Queen’s at McMaster Calgary at UBC Alberta at Manitoba

Sep. 28 Montreal at Concordia Manitoba at Regina Sep. 29

Saint Mary’s at StFX Mount Allison at Acadia McGill at Bishop’s Laval at Sherbrooke Guelph at Laurier Toronto at Waterloo McMaster at Western Ottawa at Queen’s UBC at Alberta York at Windsor Saskatchewan at Calgary

Oct. 4

Ottawa at Toronto McMaster at York Waterloo at Laurier Bishop’s at McGill

Oct. 5 Mount Allison at Saint Mary’s Oct. 6

Acadia at StFX Western at Guelph Sherbrooke at Concordia Queen’s at Windsor

Oct. 7 Montreal at Laval Oct. 12 Manitoba at Saskatchewan Calgary at Alberta Oct. 13

StFX at Acadia Saint Mary’s at Mount Allison York at Toronto Bishop’s at Sherbrooke Laurier at Western Windsor at McMaster

Laval at Montreal Waterloo at Ottawa Queen’s at Guelph Concordia at McGill Regina at UBC

Oct. 19 Calgary at Regina Oct. 20

Mount Allison at StFX Saint Mary’s at Acadia Concordia at Sherbrooke Guelph at York Western at Ottawa Laurier at McMaster McGill at Montreal Windsor at Waterloo Toronto at Queen’s UBC at Manitoba Saskatchewan at Alberta

Oct. 21 Bishop’s at Laval Oct. 26 Alberta at Regina UBC at Saskatchewan Oct. 27

OUA Quarter-finals StFX at Saint Mary’s Acadia at Mount Allison McGill at Sherbrooke Montreal at Bishop’s Laval at Concordia Manitoba at Calgary

Nov. 3

AUS Semifinals Quebec Semifinals OUA Semifinals CW Semifinals

Nov. 10

Jewett Trophy (AUS) Dunsmore Cup (Quebec) Yates Cup (OUA) Hardy Cup (CW)

Nov. 17 Mitchell Bowl (CW @ OUA) Uteck Bowl (AUS @ Quebec) Nov. 23 Vanier Cup at Toronto

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QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

Queen’s is one of Canada’s leading universities, with an international reputation for scholarship, research, social purpose, spirit and diversity. Consistently highly-ranked, Queen’s is known for its incomparable 24-hour learning environment. Great teaching, great students, community and tradition - these are the hallmarks of the Queen’s experience. History The University was established by Royal Charter of Queen Victoria in 1841 - twentysix years before Canadian confederation. Classes were first held in 1842. The earliest degree-granting institution in the united Province of Canada, and the first to establish a student government, Queen’s has reflected and helped shape Canadian values and policies, educating many of the country’s most notable political and cultural figures. Students & Faculty Queen’s student body represents 98 different countries, along with every Canadian province and territory. Our faculty is drawn from some of the most prestigious institutions in the world, and Queen’s faculty members regularly receive international recognition and numerous teaching awards for their research and innovative contributions.

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Alumni Graduates of Queen’s become part of a living, legendary tradition that spans the globe and 166 years. Queen’s graduates can be found in boardrooms, courtrooms, hospitals, art galleries, laboratories, libraries, and governments around the world. Community & Kingston Queen’s University is located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, a quintessential university community big enough to provide all the conveniences of modern life, but small enough for students, staff and faculty to feel instantly comfortable and at home. For more than a centuryand-a-half, the stories of Queen’s and Kingston have been inextricably entwined.

Kingston is Canada’s 3rd best “place to live” in Canada according to a 2009 Canadian Business publication survey. For more information visit www.queensu.ca


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KINGSTON, ONTARIO

Nestled where the Rideau Canal and St. Lawrence River meet Lake Ontario, Kingston is a city built on a grand heritage and defined by an exquisite ability to blend the beauty of yesterday with the passion and sophistication of today. Stroll through Kingston’s endlessly diverting intricacies: from its urban heart, a bustling gathering place sparkling with a casual boutique and bistro vitality, to its meandering waterfront with a mix of historic neighbourhoods and breath-taking parkland. All of this in a city that dazzles with soaring 19th century limestone architecture and the amenities of a major centre, but retains the fascinating allure of a small town. Explore our history; immerse yourself in

our vibrant culture. With so much to see and do in Kingston, there is a wealth of attractions to choose from, and each one unravels the secrets of our beautiful city. Kingston is conveniently located between major centres of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and just 20 minutes from the US border. Key Attractions • FebFest - Four on four shinny with former NHL greats like Kirk Muller, Doug Gilmour and others. Also a reenactment of the first hockey game between Royal Military College and Queen’s University. • Fort Henry • K-Rock Centre - concerts & events • Grand Theatre • OHL Kingston Frontenacs

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RICHARDSON STADIUM

Did You Know?

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The stadium is named after Captain George Taylor Richardson who was a member of the Gaels football and hockey teams between 1902 and 1909 Captain Richardson was an officer of the 14th Regiment P.O.W.R. of Kingston at the outbreak of World War I While leading a raid on positions held by the Germans outside Dranoutre, France on February 10, 1916, Captain Richardson was mortally wounded. James Armstrong Richardson, Captain Richardson’s brother, had the first Richardson Stadium built in memory of his brother. It was located immediately east of the current Tindall Field and had seating for 3,500 spectators. The first football game played at Richardson Stadium was on October 8, 1921 where Queen’s defeated the University of Toronto by a score of 9-5. After being the home of Queen’s football for 49 years, the old Richardson Stadium was closed in fitting fashion as Queen’s defeated the Waterloo Warriors 20-6 on November 7, 1970. The new Richardson Stadium was opened the following season, boasting seating for 10,258 spectators. Much of the current Richardson Stadium was constructed using pieces of the old Richardson Stadium, including the upper portion of the east bleachers.

Fun Facts

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Directions

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The original George Taylor Richardson Stadium

Home field for Gaels football. Richardson Stadium is currently the second-largest natural grass stadium in Canada, behind only BMO Field (21,800) in Toronto. Hosted the 1922 Grey Cup between Queen’s and Edmonton. Played host to the 2008 Churchill Cup (Rugby). Canada defeated the USA by a score of 4-0 at Richardson Stadium in an International Friendly prior to the U20 Men’s World Cup in 2007. Hosted World Cup Qualifying in 2004 where Canada defeated Belize twice by identical 4-0 scores. In 2008, Richardson Stadium was ranked as the toughest football stadium to play in all of the Ontario University Athletics.

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From the 401, exit at Sir John A Macdonald Blvd. (exit 615). Drive south to Johnson St. (approximately 7-8 minutes) and turn right. Entrance to Richardson Stadium appears on the left hand side. The stadium is directly ahead.

INTERNATIONAL EVENTS HELD AT GEORGE TAYLOR RICHARDSON MEMORIAL STADIUM Date

Sport

Event

Team - Score

Team - Score

Attendance

06/09/12

Rugby - Men

Rugby Test Match

Canada - 28

USA - 25

7,521

09/19/10

Rugby - Men

Colonial Cup

Canada - 16

USA - 22

1,400

06/11/08

Rugby - Men

Churchill Cup

Scotland “A” - 27

Argentinian XV - 24

8,456

06/11/08

Rugby - Men

Churchill Cup

USA - 9

Ireland “A” - 46

8,456

06/06/07

Soccer - Men

U20 Men’s Pre-World Cup Soccer Friendly

USA -0

Canada - 4

3,382

07/09/06

Soccer - Men

U20 Men’s Soccer Friendly

USA -1

Canada -1

5,320

06/16/04

Soccer - Men

World Cup Qualifier

Belize - 0

Canada - 4

5,123

06/13/04

Soccer - Men

World Cup Qualifier

Canada - 4

Belize - 0

8,245

09/14/03

Soccer - Women

International Friendly

Canada - 2

Australia - 0

10,000

06/05/02

Rugby - Men

Scotland Summer Tour

Scotland - 38

Canada East - 8

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05/19/01

Rugby - Men

Pan American Rugby Association Championship (Round 1)

Argentina - 32

Uruguay -27

7,155

05/19/01

Rugby - Men

Pan American Rugby Association Championship (Round 1)

Canada - 19

USA - 10

7,155

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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK An air of expectancy has wafted in on the shores of Lake Ontario, as the Queen’s Gaels enter the 2012 campaign with a veteran-laden lineup. The Gaels return 20 starters from last year’s squad that finished 6-2 and returned to the OUA semifinals for the first time since the 2009 Vanier Cup run. Queen’s has ten starters back in the fold on both offence and defence, allowing the Gaels to hit the ground running from Day 1 of training camp. Supplementing the veteran presence is a recruiting class that was ranked as one of the top two in the OUA by canadafootballchat. com, and includes three Team Canada gold medallists. 2011 saw the Gaels get off to a slow start, as they were kept out of the end zone in pair of season-opening losses to McMaster and Ottawa. However, the Gaels attack got untracked in a big way in Week 3 against Laurier, rolling up 514 yards of offence in a 58-35 win over the Golden Hawks, led by four TD passes by Billy McPhee and 153 yards from Ryan Granberg. From there, the Gaels went through the rest of the regular season without a blemish, as they finished the year on a six-game winning streak, capped by a 37-0 shutout of then-No. 1 Western at Richardson Stadium on October 22 – the first shutout suffered by the Mustangs since the Nixon Administration. The run continued into the playoffs with a comeback win over the Laurier Golden Hawks, but ground to a halt the next week in Hamilton, as the Gaels fell 40-13 to the eventual Vanier Cup champions McMaster. “The disappointment of last year has to carry over and it has to drive our returning veterans a little bit further, a little bit harder – to come back in better shape,” said Head Coach Pat Sheahan. “Our veterans have come back physically better, mentally better and wanting to win just a little bit more. I think we have created a competitive environment here. We grew some in the quarter-final, but the way the season ended was a disappointment. We need to get ourselves ready and go out and compete at a much higher level than what we did last year.”

personnel,” said Sheahan. Regular season play starts on September 3, with York visiting Richardson Stadium. The Gaels hit the road for the first time on September 8, as they visit Laurier in the first of two straight appearances on The Score. The second comes the following week, as the Gaels host their old rivals from Western. Week 4 will see the Gaels return to Hamilton to play the McMaster Marauders, looking for their first win since 2009 over the defending Yates and Vanier Cup champions, and Queen’s closes out September with a visit from the Ottawa Gee-Gees, the only other team to defeat the Gaels in 2011. October sees the Gaels make trips to Windsor and Guelph, followed by a season-ending visit from Old Four rivals Toronto. The OUA playoffs start on October 27, with the Yates Cup set for Saturday, November 10 and the Vanier Cup on November 23. OFFENCE (STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: 10/2) KEY RETURNING PLAYERS: Billy McPhee, QB, 3rd year, Burlington, Ont. – Threw for 1660 yards in first season as a starter last season Ryan Granberg, RB, 4th year, Sherwood Park, Alta. – Ran for 1068 yards last year, the second-highest total by a Gael (Mike Giffin – 1157), and was named a Second Team All-Canadian Justin Chapdelaine, Rec, 4th year, Abbotsford, B.C. – Caught 30 passes for 524 yards in 2011 Mike Sullivan, C, 4th year, Kingston, Ont. – OUA First Team All-Star was key part of Gaels’ offensive line that averaged 190.6 rushing yards and allowed only 13 sacks in 2011

The Gaels’ coaching staff has seen some change in the offseason. Jason Casey, a former OQIFC Defensive Player of the Year and most recently the coach of the Okanagan Sun, has joined a veteran defensive coaching staff as the linebackers coach and special teams coordinator. In the latter role, he replaces Ryan Bechmanis, who left the program after more than ten years combined as a player and coach. Offensively, the Gaels have added another member of the 2009 Vanier Cup squad, as Scott Valberg will take over the quarterbacks this year.

Giovanni Aprile, WR, 3rd year, Toronto, Ont. – Led Gaels with 594 rushing yards on 31 catches and four touchdowns. Was drafted by Winnipeg Blue Bombers, but opted to return to school.

Offensively, the Gaels will boast a balanced attack. Ryan Granberg, the nation’s leading rusher in 2011 with 1,068 yards on the ground, returns for his fourth season, while quarterback Billy McPhee is set to embark on his second full season as a starter. McPhee will have a variety of targets to throw to, including Giovanni Aprile – the 2012 Winnipeg Blue Bombers draft pick – and Justin Chapdelaine, who moved out to receiver last season and caught 30 balls for 524 yards. The Gaels’ offensive line also returns intact, led by OUA All-Stars Mike Sullivan (C), Josh Prinsen (LT) and Derek Morris (RG).

Erick Lessard, OL, Sudbury, Ont. – 6’7”, 315-pound lineman won world junior championship with Team Canada this summer

Defensively, Queen’s will be hard-pressed to top last year’s performance, when they went the entire season without conceding a rushing touchdown. The Gaels will go into the season riding a 137:39 regularseason shutout streak, dating back to the third quarter of their Week 6 win over Windsor. The Tricolour will be led by a pair of returning AllCanadians: linebacker Sam Sabourin and defensive back Andrew Lue. The losses of veterans Frank Pankewich and Osie Ukwouma will be felt, but OUA All-Stars John Miniaci and Derek Wiggan will be called upon carry the load up front.

KEY LOSSES:

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KEY RECRUITS OR TRANSFERS: Doug Corby, Rec, Burlington, Ont. – Helped lead Team Canada to gold medal at World Junior Football Championship

Emilio Frometa, OL, Sudbury, Ont. – Rated No. 8 player in Canada by Ridley Scouting, was a member of victorious Team Canada squad this summer Tim Godber, Rec, Montreal, Que. – Made five touchdown catches in ten games for 7-3 Champlain Cougars in Cegep AAA.

Matt Ritchie – Started eight games at fullback in 2011 Tom Howes – Slotback made 14 catches for 179 yards in 2011 QUARTERBACKS: The Gaels’ veteran presence starts at the pivot spot, as Billy McPhee returns for his third year, his second as the Gaels’ starter. The Burlington, Ont., native’s first year at the controls saw him improve as the season went along, and he finished with 108 completions on 213 attempts for 1660 yards and nine touchdown passes and was named to the 2012 EastWest Bowl. Behind McPhee is Ryan Mitchell, the sophomore from Toronto. As a rookie, he was thrust into the starting lineup for the Gaels’ quarter-final


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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK game against Laurier. He threw for 272 yards, leading Queen’s to a comefrom-behind 14-10 win. Three recruits will also be challenging to crack the lineup this year, led by Austin Geddes, who comes to Queen’s from Catholic Central High School in London, where the strong-armed pivot was a two-time city all-star and won a pair of conference championships. Max Townsend, a six-foot-six, 230-pound Torontonian, who was a league All-Star with St. Michael’s College and Duncan Lurie, out of Ashbury College are also in the mix. RUNNING BACKS: The Gaels return Ryan Granberg, fresh off his 2011 CIS rushing title. The fourth year Sherwood Park, Alta., native ran for 1,068 yards in 2011, the second-highest single-season total ever by a Gael and was named a Second Team All-Canadian. Behind Granberg are Arnprior native Jesse Andrews, who was injured for most of 2011, second-year Sault Ste. Marie native Aaron Dowd, who had 11 carries for 53 yards last year, along with redshirt freshman Trevor Plumley from Sault Ste. Marie and rookie Stephen Trivieri from Toronto. At fullback, the graduation of 2011 starter Matt Ritchie has left the position open. In the mix to fill Ritchie’s position are Ganaoque native Aaron Dowd, who had 11 carries for 67 yards last year, along with Justin Gleben, the Gaels’ 2011 Rookie of the Year and John Piazza. A trio of rookies, Brock Barber, Eric Dodwell and Mark Mahon will also seek to climb the depth chart. RECEIVERS: Queen’s returns three of their four starting receivers from 2011, with only slotback Tom Howes departing. Wide receiver Giovanni Aprile led the Gaels last year with 594 receiving yards and four touchdowns and was drafted in the third round by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. At the other wideout spot, Chris Patrician of Toronto broke out last year, with 14 catches for 194 yards. At slotback, Abbotsford, B.C., native had an excellent first season at receiver, after having moved out from the quarterback spot. He caught 30 passes for 524 yards, and was named to Team East for the 2012 East-West Bowl. Also likely to see playing time are veterans Alex Carroll of Victoria, B.C., who had 15 catches for 230 yards and a touchdown; Boris Isakov of Toronto, who made five catches last year; second-year Montreal native Scott Macdonell, who had five catches for 56 yards; and local product Aaron Gazendam, who had a 45-yard touchdown catch last season. Prized recruits Doug Corby of Burlington, Ont., who won a gold medal with Team Canada this summer, and Tim Godber, the former Champlain Cougar who scored in the exhibition game against McGill, will also look to crack the Saturday roster. Redshirt freshmen Curtis Carmichael and rookie Kenny Fuentes will also be expected to move up the depth chart this year, but they will be challenged by four of the Gaels’ recruits, including Vincent Lafetière, a Montrealer who played last year at a prep school in New Hampshire and Upper Canada College graduate Peter Hannon. OFFENSIVE LINE: After being pieced together in 2011, all five of the Gaels’ starting offensive line are set to return in 2012. The group, who allowed the Gaels to average 190.6 rushing yards per game last year, includes three OUA All-Stars, led by centre Mike Sullivan, who won first team honours. Left tackle Josh Prinsen and right guard Derek Morris, both of Napanee, were named to the second team last year. Joining them on the front five are second-year left guard Blake Sirio, and right tackle Matt Kendrick, who is going into his fourth year.

Looking to challenge the starters for playing time will be second-year men Matt Lapointe and Nicholas Romanchuk and redshirts Francis Shin, Ryan Dougherty, Marco Ciallela and Ryan Melvin. The Gaels also welcome a pair of gold medallists to the offensive line, as Sudbury natives Emilio Frometa and Erick Lessard join the Gaels, fresh off their victorious run with Team Canada. Also looking to crack the lineup will be rookies Peter Boivin (Toronto/St. Michael’s), Rob Bogle (Kingston/ La Salle), Daniel Hayes (Waterloo, Ont./Sir John A MacDonald), Stewart Anoya (Toronto/Loomis-Chafee Prep/Chaminade) and John Meenagh (Calgary/St. Mary’s). DEFENCE: (STARTERS RETURNING / LOST: 10/2) KEY RETURNING PLAYERS: Sam Sabourin, LB, 3rd year, Stittsville, Ont. – Made 27 tackles in 2011, including five for loss and was named a CIS Second Team All-Canadian Andrew Lue, DB, 3rd year, Markham, Ont. - Led Gaels with seven passes knocked down in 2011, and was a CIS Second Team All-Canadian John Miniaci, DL, 4th year, Toronto, Ont. – Veteran defensive lineman made 3.5 sacks and forced a fumble in 2011 and was named an OUA First Team All-Star Derek Wiggan, DL, 3rd year, Kingston, Ont. – Made 21.5 tackles, including five tackles for loss, and was an OUA Second Team All-Star T.J. Chase-Dunawa, DB, 4th year, Toronto, Ont. – Led Gaels with four interceptions, and added six knockdowns in 2011. OUA Second Team All-Star. KEY RECRUITS OR TRANSFERS: Jordan Comtois, DB, Montreal, Que. – Made 39 tackles for the Champlain Cougars (Cegep AAA) in 2011, and was named to the league’s Academic Merit list John Meenagh, DL, Calgary, Alta. – 6’2, 280-pound defensive lineman played both sides of the line in high school, and is also an accomplished wrestler Natu Myers, DL, Ottawa, Ont. – Former team captain and city all-star from the Glebe Gryphons in Ottawa, and also played for Team Ontario East in 2011. KEY LOSSES: Osie Ukwuoma, DL – The Gaels’ Athlete of the Year for 2011-12, he made 27 tackles and was a First Team OUA All-Star Frank Pankewich, DL – Made 24 tackles, including 1.5 sacks last season, and was named a First Team OUA All-Star DEFENSIVE LINE: The Gaels will have two pairs of big shoes to fill on the defensive line, as Osie Ukwuoma (2011 OUA Lineman of the Year) and Frank Pankewich (2011 First Team OUA All-Star) have graduated. However, Queen’s does return the other two All-Stars from their starting front four in John Miniaci, who had 14.5 tackles and 4.5 sacks last year, and Derek Wiggan, who made 21 tackles and five tackles for loss. Miniaci earned First Team honours last year, and Wiggan was named to the Second Team. With Wiggan set to move inside this year, competition has opened for the two starting defensive end positions. Sophomore Luke Ball, thirdwww.gogaelsgo.com [ 9 ]


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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK year Calgarian Will Moodie, second-year Gananoque native Cory Dyer and fellow sophomore Andrew Sauer will be expected to step up and compete for the starting spots. Freshmen Vaughn Keeble (King City, Ont./ King City) and Natu Myers (Ottawa, Ont./Glebe Collegiate) will also be in the mix. Myers has previously spent time with Team Eastern Ontario. Inside, redshirt freshman Corey Flude, a Holy Cross graduate, will look to crack the dress roster, and will be challenged by four newcomers, including Joel Corbin (Renfrew, Ont./Renfrew Collegiate) – who comes to camp directly after the OVFL final game, Phoenix Grouse (Dartmouth, N.S./Prince Andrew) and Tanner Gennaro (Richmond Hill, Ont./Villanova). LINEBACKERS: All three starting linebackers are set to return for Queen’s, led by Sam Sabourin, the Second Team All-Canadian. He was second on the Gaels last year with 27 tackles, made five tackles for loss and broke up three passes. Stephen Laporte was fifth on the Gaels with 23.5 tackles and two passes knocked down, while Sean Plumley made 14 tackles and broke up a pass last season. A trio of veteran reserves return, as well, for the Gaels, as Ryan Farrell (10.5 tackles in 2011), Anthony Marino (13 tackles) and Connor Moen (1 tackle) and Matt Stairs, who redshirted last season. A strong crop of recruits is also set to fight for playing time, including Jordan Comtois, who played at Champlain College of the Quebec Cégep AAA loop and was named to the league’s Academic Merit list, Luke McQuilkin (Burlington/Corpus Christi), Chris Houston (Toronto/St. Andrew’s), Jesse Topley (Mississauga, Ont./Lorne Park), Chris Houston (Toronto/ St. Andrew’s), Dan Beliveau (Montreal/St. Pauls School [NH]) and Kingstonian Mike Leroux (St. Joseph’s). DEFENSIVE BACKS: The back line of the Gaels defence also returns intact, led by Second Team All-Canadian Andrew Lue. The third-year Environmental Science major made 22.5 tackles and had a pair of interceptions and knocked down seven passes in 2011. Fellow cornerback Matt Webster made a team-high 27.5 tackles in 2011, and also had three knockdowns. Inside, T.J. Chase-Dunawa led the Gaels with four interceptions in 2011, as he was named an OUA Second Team All-Star, while fifth-year halfback Ben D’Andrea made 21.5 tackles and had one interception. Safety Joshua Sultana made a pair of interceptions last year, and he is set to return for his fifth and final season. Challenging the starters for playing time will be a pair of Montrealers, as Christoph Smith, the former Vanier College Cheetah, and Evan Sequeira, who went from Pierrefonds to a U.S. prep school, will look to make their presence known. Sequeira had seven tackles in five games last season. Sophomores Yann Dika-Balotoken and Justin Baronaitis will also look to expand their roles in 2012. Last year, Dika-Balotoken got full value for his one interception, as he returned it 46 yards for his first career touchdown. Baronaitis made four tackles in six games in 2011. Also in the mix is a pair of redshirt freshmen with Alberta ties: Colton Ballou of Edmonton, and Daniel Broodo, who went to Calgary’s Rundle College. Rookies Jack Cornett (Guelph, Ont./John F. Ross), Josh Jordan (Toronto/ St. Michaels), Bamidele Esan (Calgary, Alta./John G. Diefenbaker) and Mitchell Spataro (Barrie, Ont./Innisdale S..S.) will also look to make their mark in the Gaels’ lineup.

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SPECIAL TEAMS: (STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: 0/1) KEY RECRUITS OR TRANSFERS: Dillon Wamsley, K, London, Ont. – Top-rated kicker in Ontario last season played for Team World at the 2012 International Bowl in Austin, Texas KEY LOSSES: Dan Village, K - Finished his five-year career as the Gaels’ leading scorer. KICKER: After the graduation of Dan Village, the Gaels’ all-time leading scorer, there is an open competition at the kicking spot for the first time in five years. A mix of veterans and rookies will compete for the post, with the contestants including veteran receiver Aaron Gazendam, redshirt Garnet Peters of Sydenham. Rookies include Dillon Wamsley from London, who played at South Collegiate and was named to Team World for the International Bowl in 2012, and Travis Perrin of Sudbury, who made 72% of his field goals and scored 72 points for the Sudbury Gladiators of the OVFL in 2012. LONG SNAPPER: Three veterans are in the mix to handle long-snapping duties, with defensive lineman Will Moodie challenging sophomore Nicholas Nucci and Carson Park, who is going into his fourth year with the squad. RETURNERS: The Gaels return their leaders at the return position, led by Alex Carroll, who had 41 punt returns for 463 yard and a touchdown last year, and Giovanni Aprile, who ran back ten kickoffs for 365 yards and took two to “the house”. Justin Chapdelaine (12 combined returns for 100 yards), and Joshua Sultana (5 PR for 102 yds) will also be in the mix, as will rookie receiver Doug Corby.


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

YORK LIONS

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Richardson Stadium Kingston, Ont. 2:00pm

LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 University Stadium Waterloo, Ont. 8:00pm

WESTERN MUSTANGS

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 Richardson Stadium Kingston, Ont. 1:00pm

MCMASTER MARAUDERS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 Ron Joyce Stadium Hamilton, Ont. 1:00pm

Head Coach: Warren Craney Colours: Red, White Home Field: York Stadium (2,500)

Head Coach: Joe D’Amore Colours: Blue, Gold Home Field: Alumni Field (5,000)

2011 Score: Queen’s 63, York 3 2010 Record: 1-7, 9th place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1971) 0-14-0

2011 Score: Queen’s 27, Windsor 14 2011 Record: 5-3, 5th place Record vs. Gaels: (since 2001) 4-6-0

SID: Alyson Fisher Phone: (416) 736-5984 E-mail: alysong@yorku.ca

WINDSOR

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 Alumni Field Windsor, Ont. 7:00pm

SID: Elisa Mitton Phone: (519) 253-3000 ex. 2447 E-mail: emitton@uwindsor.ca

Head Coach: Gary Jeffries Colours: Purple, Gold Home Field: University Stadium (6,000)

Head Coach: Stu Lang Colours: Red, Gold, Black Home Field: Alumni Stadium (5,100)

2011 Score: Queen’s 58, Laurier 35 2010 Record: 4-4, 6th place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1968) 7-8-0

2011 Score: Did not play 2011 Record: 2-6, 8th place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1973) 3-10-0

SID: Jamie Howieson Phone: (519) 884-0710 ex. 3492 E-mail: jhowieson@wlu.ca

GUELPH

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 Alumni Stadium Guelph, Ont. 1:00pm

SID: Michelle Pino Phone: (519) 824-4120 ext. 53159 E-mail: mpino@uoguelph.ca

Head Coach: Greg Marshall Colours: Purple, White Home Field: TD Waterhouse Stadium (10,000)

Head Coach: Greg Gary Colours: Blue, White Home Field: Varsity Centre (5,000)

2010 Score: Queen’s 37, Western 0 2010 Record: 7-1, 1sd place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1929) 40-44-2

2010 Score: Queen’s 13, Toronto 6 2010 Record: 3-5, 7th place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1887) 88-81-4

SID: Tony von Richter Phone: (519) 661-2111 ex. 83089 E-mail: tvonrich@uwo.ca

TORONTO VARSITY BLUES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 Richardson Stadium Kingston, Ont. 1:00pm

SID: Jill Clark Phone: (416) 978-4263 E-mail: jill.clark@utoronto.ca

Head Coach: Stefan Ptaszek Colours: Maroon, Grey Home Field: Ron Joyce Stadium (6,500)

Head Coach: Dennis McPhee Colours: Black, Gold and White Home Field: Warrior Field (3,500)

2011 Result: McMaster 26, Queen’s 2 2011 Record: 7-1, 2nd place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1952) 11-14-0

2011 Score: Queen’s 53, Waterloo 0 2011 Record: 0-8, 10th place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1968) 2-12-0

SID: Parrish Offer Phone: (905) 525-9140 ex. 20333 E-mail: offerp@mcmaster.ca

WATERLOO WARRIORS

*DO NOT PLAY THIS SEASON*

SID: Dan Ackerman Phone: (519) 888-4567 ex. 35694 E-mail: dgackerm@uwaterloo.ca

Head Coach: Gary Etcheverry Colours: Garnet, Grey Home Field: Beckwith Park (1,500)

OTTAWA

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Richardson Stadium Kingston, Ont. 1:00pm

2010 Score: Ottawa 19, Queen’s 6 2010 Record: 5-3, 4th place Record vs. Gaels: (since 1889) 50-41-3 SID: Jen Elliott Phone: (613) 608-4574 E-mail: sportinfo@uottawa.ca

ONTARIO UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS

CANADIAN INTERUNIVERSITY SPORT

Jessica Barrett, Communications & New Media Phone: 905-540-5156 E-mail: jessica.barrett@oua.ca

Michel Belanger, Director of Communications Phone: (613) 562-5670 ext. 25 E-mail: belanger@universitysport.ca

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2011-12 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

#

Name

Pos

Ht

Wt

Elig

Program & Year

1

Dillon Wamsley

K/P

5-11

175

1

Arts & Science 1

2

Colton Ballou

DB

6-2

195

1

Biology 2

3

Justin Chapdelaine

REC

6-0

189

4

Physical and Health Education 4

4

Max Townsend

QB

6-6

225

1

Finance 1

5

Aaron Gazendam

REC

6-5

216

2

Kinesiology 3

Kingston, Ont. / Holy Cross CSS

6

Chris Patrician

REC

5-11

179

2

Art History 4

Toronto, Ont. / St. Michaels College School

7

Duncan Lurie

QB

5-11

190

1

Kinesiology 1

Ottawa, Ont. / Ashbury College

8

Ryan Mitchell

QB

5-11

184

2

Classical Studies 3

Toronto, Ont. / Birchmount Park CI

9

Alex Carroll

REC

5-11

199

3

Political Studies 3

Victoria, B.C. / Mount Douglas SS

10

Billy McPhee

QB

6-3

195

3

Geography 3

11

Giovanni Aprile

REC

6-3

213

2

Physical and Health Education 5

12

Austin Geddes

QB

6-3

230

1

Engineering 1

London, Ont. / Catholic Central HS

13

William Zed

DB

5-9

186

2

Commerce 2

Halifax, N.S. / Citadel HS

14

Justin Baronaitis

DB

6-0

196

2

Geography 4

Rexdale, Ont. / Richview CI

15

Mitchell Spataro

DB

6-1

195

1

Physical and Health Education 1

16

Yann Dika-Balotoken

DB

5-8

155

2

Kinesiology 2

17

Evan Sequeira

DB

5-11

191

2

Finance 3

18

Christoph Smith

DB

6-1

187

1

Economics 2

Montreal, Que. / Vanier College

19

Joshua Sultana

DB

6-3

190

5

Accounting 5

Etobicoke, Ont. / Michael Power C.SS

20

Matt Webster

DB

6-0

177

3

Kinesiology 3

Calgary, Alta. / Western Canada HS

21

Andrew Lue

DB

6-2

205

3

Environmental Science 3

Markham, Ont. / Brother Andre CHS

22

Jordan Comtois

LB

6-1

210

1

Biology 1

23

Doug Corby

WR

6-2

176

1

Arts & Science 1

24

T.J. Chase-Dunawa

DB

5-8

162

4

Biology 4

26

Ben D’Andrea

DB

6-0

189

5

Physical and Health Education 5

27

Trevor Plumley

RB

6-1

202

1

Environmental Studies 2

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. / White Pines CI

28

Aaron Dowd

RB

6-2

206

2

Concurrent Education 3

Gananoque, Ont. / La Salle SS

29

Eric Dodwell

RB

6-0

235

1

Nursing Science 1

Kingston, Ont. / Holy Cross CSS

30

Stephen Trivieri

RB

5-11

195

1

Film Studies 1

Toronto, Ont. / Stone Bridge HS

32

Ryan Granberg

RB

5-11

205

4

Physical and Health Education 5

33

Nicholas Nucci

LS

6-4

220

2

Kinesiology 2

34

Jesse Andrews

RB

5-11

207

1

Civil Engineering 2

Arnprior, Ont. / Arnprior DHS

35

Mark Mahon

RB

6-1

210

1

Engineering Physics 1

Winnipeg, Man. / St. Paul's HS

36

Hassan Abdul

LB

6-0

195

1

Economics 2

Toronto, Ont. / Upper Canada College

37

John Piazza

RB

5-10

223

1

Kinesiology 2

Toronto, Ont. / Chaminade College School

38

Josh Jordan

DB

6-1

205

1

Engineering 1

Toronto, Ont. / St. Michaels College School

39

Jesse Topley

LB

6-0

210

1

Kinesiology 1

Mississauga, Ont. / Lorne Park SS

40

Daniel Broodo

DB

6-2

190

1

Chemical Engineering 2

Houston, Texas / Rundle College

41

Carson Park

LS

6-1

187

2

Philosophy 4

42

Anthony Marino

LB

5-10

207

4

Political Studies 5

43

Sean Plumley

LB

6-2

217

2

Kinesiology 2

44

Sam Sabourin

LB

6-1

223

3

Physical and Health Education 3

45

Stephen Laporte

LB

6-2

213

5

Civil Engineering 6

46

Ryan Farrell

LB

6-0

209

2

Mathematics and Engineering 2

47

Luke McQuilkin

LB

6-0

215

1

Commerce 1

Burlington, Ont. / Corpus Christi

48

Chris Houston

LB

6-1

210

1

Commerce 1

Toronto, Ont. / St. Andrew’s College

49

Mike Leroux

LB

5-11

210

1

Computing 1

Kingston, Ont. / St. Josephs CHS

50

Emilio Frometa

OL

6-2

295

1

Arts & Science 1

Sudbury, Ont. / St. Benedict

51

Peter Boivin

OL

6-2

270

1

Arts & Science 1

Toronto, Ont. / St. Michael's College School

52

Rob Bogle

OL

6-4

310

1

Arts & Science 1

Kingston, Ont. / La Salle SS

54

Daniel Hayes

OL

6-7

328

1

Engineering 1

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Hometown / High School London, Ont. / South Collegiate Edmonton, Alta. / Harry Ainley HS Abbotsford, B.C. / W.J. Mouat SS Toronto, Ont. / St. Michael’s College

Burlington, Ont. / Notre Dame C.SS Scarborough, Ont. / Senator O'Connor SS

Barrie, Ont. / Innisdale SS Toronto, Ont. / Don Mills CI Pierrefonds, Que. / Philips Exeter Academy

Hatley, Que. / Champlain College Burlington, Ont. / Nelson HS Toronto, Ont. / Marc Garneau CI Calgary, Alta. / Western Canada HS

Sherwood Park, Alta. / Archbishop Jordan HS Thunder Bay, Ont. / St. Ignatius SS

Kelowna, B.C. / Okanagan College Woodbridge, Ont. / St. Michael's College School Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. / White Pines CI Stittsville, Ont. / South Carleton HS Metcalfe, Ont. / St. Marks HS Halifax, N.S. / Citadel

Waterloo, Ont. / Sir John A MacDonald SS

# Name

Pos

36 34 58 11 92 2 14 52 51 40 82 9 3 24 62 22 97 23 89 26 16 29 66 28 94 88 46 95 50 81 5 12 99 80 32 87 54 48 83 38 61 64 86 60 45 49 67 21 7 84 35 42 10 47 59

LB RB OL REC DL DB FB DB LB OL OL DB REC REC REC DB OG LB DL WR DB DB DB RB OL RB DL DB LB DL OL REC REC QB DL FB REC RB DL REC OL LB REC DB DL OL REC OC LB LB OL DB QB REC RB LB QB LB DL

Hassan Abdul Jesse Andrews Stewart Anoya Giovanni Aprile Luke Ball Colton Ballou Brock Barber Justin Baronaitis Dan Beliveau Rob Bogle Peter Boivin Daniel Broodo Curtis Carmichael Alex Carroll Justin Chapdelaine T.J. Chase-Dunawa Marco Ciallella Jordan Comtois Joel Corbin Doug Corby Jack Cornett Ben D’Andrea Yann Dika-Balotoken Eric Dodwell Ryan Dougherty Aaron Dowd Cory Dyer Bamidele Esan Ryan Farrell Corey Flude Emilio Frometa Kenny Fuentes Aaron Gazendam Austin Geddes Tanner Gennaro Justin Gleben Timothy Godber Ryan Granberg Phoenix Grouse Peter Hannon Daniel Hayes Chris Houston Boris Isakov Josh Jordan Vaughn Keeble Matt Kendrick Vincent Lafetiere Matt Lapointe Stephen Laporte Mike Leroux Erick Lessard Andrew Lue Duncan Lurie Scott Macdonell Mark Mahon Anthony Marino Billy McPhee Luke McQuilkin John Meenagh


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2011-12 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER (continued)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER (cont.) # Name

#

Name

Pos

Ht

Wt

Elig

Program & Year

Hometown / High School

55

Josh Prinsen

OL

6-7

290

4

Mining Engineering 4

Napanee, Ont. / Holy Cross CSS

56

Mike Sullivan

OC

6-1

290

4

Geography 5

Kingston, Ont. / Holy Cross CSS

57

Blake Sirio

OG

6-0

305

2

Sociology 3

Cambridge, Ont. / St. Benedicts CHS

58

Stewart Anoya

OL

6-4

340

1

Arts & Science 1

Toronto, Ont. / Chaminade

59

John Meenagh

DL

6-2

345

1

Arts & Science 1

Calgary, Alta. / St. Mary’s HS

60

Matt Lapointe

OC

6-4

293

2

History 4

Ottawa, Ont. / St. Peters CHS

61

Vaughn Keeble

DL

6-5

240

1

Engineering 1

King City, Ont. / King City SS

62

Marco Ciallella

OG

6-4

308

1

Mech. & Materials Engineering 3

Ancaster, Ont. / Bishop Tonnos CSS

63

Francis Shin

OT

6-4

270

1

Sociology 3

Mississauga, Ont. / St. Josephs CHS

64

Matt Kendrick

OL

6-3

258

4

History 4

65

Derek Morris

OG

6-4

327

4

Kinesiology 5

66

Ryan Dougherty

OL

6-3

294

1

Civil Engineering 2

67

Erick Lessard

OL

6-7

328

1

Arts & Science 1

68

Nicholas Romanchuk

OT

6-11

322

2

Physical and Health Education 2

Richmond Hill, Ont. / St. Robert CHS

80

Timothy Godber

REC

6-3

195

1

Arts & Science 1

Montreal, Que. / Champlain College

81

Kenny Fuentes

REC

6-2

195

1

Physical and Health Education 4

Seagrave, Ont. / Brother Andre CHS

82

Curtis Carmichael

REC

5-10

183

1

Physical and Health Education 2

Scarborough, Ont. / Birchmount Park CI

83

Boris Isakov

REC

6-3

186

2

Civil Engineering 4

84

Scott Macdonell

REC

6-5

220

2

Finance 3

86

Vincent Lafetiere

REC

6-1

198

1

Arts & Science 1

Kirkland, Que. / St. Pauls School (NH)

87

Peter Hannon

REC

6-4

215

1

Arts & Science 1

Toronto, Ont. / Upper Canada College

88

Bamidele Esan

DB

6-1

170

1

Arts & Science 1

Calgary, Alta. / John G Diefenbaker

89

Jack Cornett

DB

6-4

172

1

Arts & Science 1

Guelph, Ont. / John F. Ross

90

Andrew Sauer

DL

6-3

261

2

Physical and Health Education 3

Ayr, Ont. / Southwood HS

91

Natu Myers

DL

6-3

260

1

Computing 1

92

Luke Ball

DL

6-3

233

1

Arts & Science 2

Kingston, Ont. / Holy Cross CSS

93

Will Moodie

DL

6-2

256

3

Chemical Engineering 3

Kingston, Ont. / Rundle College

94

Cory Dyer

DL

6-2

216

2

Civil Engineering 3

95

Corey Flude

DL

6-3

246

1

Sociology 2

96

Derek Wiggan

DL

6-1

247

3

History 3

97

Joel Corbin

DL

6-3

286

1

Arts & Science 1

98

John Miniaci

DL

6-1

278

4

History 4

99

Tanner Gennaro

DL

6-5

255

1

Engineering 1

Brock Barber

FB

6-1

220

1

History 1

Dan Beliveau

LB

6-2

195

1

Arts & Science 1

Justin Gleben

FB

6-0

221

2

Civil Engineering 2

Phoenix Grouse

DL

6-2

250

1

Arts & Science 1

Ryan Melvin

OG

6-5

360

1

History 2

Victoria, B.C. / Mount Douglas SS

Matt Stairs

LB

6-2

220

1

Finance 3

Halifax, N.S. / Citadel HS

Pointe-Claire, Que. / Philips Exeter Academy Napanee, Ont. / Napanee SS London, Ont. / London South CI Sudbury, Ont. / St. Benedict

Toronto, Ont. / Lawrence Park CI Montreal, Que. / Philips Exeter Academy

Ottawa, Ont. / Glebe CI

98 8 93 65 91 33 41 6 37 27 43 55 68 44 90 17 63 57 18 15 56 19 39 4 30 1 20 96 13

Pos

Ryan Melvin OG John Miniaci DL Ryan Mitchell QB Will Moodie DL Derek Morris OG Natu Myers DL Nicholas Nucci LS Carson Park LS Chris Patrician REC John Piazza RB Trevor Plumley RB Sean Plumley LB Josh Prinsen OL Nicholas Romanchuk OT Sam Sabourin LB Andrew Sauer DL Evan Sequeira DB Francis Shin OT Blake Sirio OG Christoph Smith DB Mitchell Spataro DB Matt Stairs LB Mike Sullivan OC Joshua Sultana DB Jesse Topley LB Max Townsend QB Stephen Trivieri RB Dillon Wamsley K/P Matt Webster DB Derek Wiggan DL William Zed DB

Gananoque, Ont. / Gananoque SS Kingston, Ont. / Holy Cross CSS Toronto, Ont. / St. Michaels College School Renfrew, Ont. / Renfrew Collegiate Toronto, Ont. / St. Michaels College School Richmond Hill, Ont. / Villanova Timmins, Ont. / St. Benedict CSS Montreal, Que. / St. Pauls School (NH) Barrie, Ont. / Innisdale SS Dartmouth, N.S. / Prince Andrew High

PRONUNCIATION Hassan Abdul Giovanni Aprile Colton Ballou Justin Baronaitis Dan Beliveau Rob Bogle Peter Boivin Daniel Broodo Alex Carroll Justin Chapdelaine TJ Chase-Dunawa

Hah-SAAN AB-dool Jo-VONN-ee ah-PRIL-eh BAH-LOO BARE-un-eye-tis BELL-ih-voh BOH-gul BOY-vin BROO-doh CARE-ull SHAP-de-len DUNN-ah-wah

Marco Ciallella Ben D’Andrea Yann Dika-Balotoken Ryan Dougherty Aaron Dowd Bamidele Esan Ryan Farrell Corey Flude Emilio Frometa Aaron Gazendam Justin Gleben

SEAL-ell-ah DAN-dree-ah DEE-kah BAH-low-toe-ken DOE-ur-tee (rhymes with loud) BAM-ih-deh-lee ESS-an FAIR-ull (rhymes with food) FRO-mett-uh GAYZ-uhn-dam GLEE-bin

Phoenix Grouse Boris Isakov Vincent Lafetière Stephen Laporte Andrew Lue Duncan Lurie Scott Macdonell Billy McPhee John Miniaci Natu Myers Nicholas Nucci

(rhymes with house) EYE-za-koff Lah-FETT-yair La-PORT LOO LURR-ee MAC-dun-ell MICK-fee MIN-ee-atch-ee NAH-too MY-urs NOO-chee

Chris Patrician John Piazza Nicholas Romanchuk Sam Sabourin Andrew Sauer Evan Sequeira Blake Sirio Mitchell Spataro

PAH-trish-un PEE-at-za ROH-men-chuk SAB-oar-in (rhymes with tower) Se-QUER-ah SEE-ree-oh SPAH-tar-oh

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PAT SHEAHAN - HEAD COACH Pat is celebrating his 13th season at Queen’s University and is in his 24th season as a Head Coach in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS). After capturing his first Vanier Cup title as a head coach in 2009, Sheahan’s Gaels put together a sixgame winning streak and advanced to the OUA semifinals in 2011. Personal: Coach Sheahan and his wife Lee reside in Kingston. Playing: Coach Sheahan attended Brockville Collegiate in Brockville, Ont. He was a three year starter at quarterback winning one championship with the Red Rams. He played five years of university football with the Concordia Stingers of the OQIFC, migrating to tight end, and finally offensive tackle by the end of his playing days in 1979. He was named team captain twice, most outstanding linemen in 1977 and he had a CFL try-out with the Edmonton Eskimos before starting his coaching career. Coaching: Queen’s University (2000-present): In his 12 seasons with the Gaels, Coach Sheahan has shown the same excellence as he has elsewhere. Taking over a team that had been 2-6 in 1999, the rebuilding season of 2000 left only a 1-7 record to show. But in 2001 the Gaels showed their most dramatic improvement in the modern era, finishing with a 5-3 record and making the playoffs for the first time since 1997, earning Coach Sheahan OUA Coach of the Year honours in 2001. For the 2002 campaign, he led Queen’s to a 7-1 regular season record, its best in a decade, and took the team to its first Yates Cup appearance since 1979. After coming so close in 2002 and producing a number of regular season successes, Coach Sheahan’s team finally broke through in 2009 as he guided the Gaels to a thrilling Yates Cup Championship win over Western. After topping topranked Laval in the Mitchell Bowl, Pat made his second appearance in the Vanier Cup and the Gaels ensured it was a memorable one as they came from behind to top the Calgary Dinos and capture the fourth Vanier Cup title overall for Queen’s.

Pat Sheahan - Career Coaching Record Exhibition

Regular Season

Playoff

Overall

W-L-T

W-L

W-L-T

Year

School

W-L-T

1989

Concordia

1-0-0

4-3-0, 3rd

0-1

5-4-0

1990

Concordia

1-0-0

5-2-0, 2nd

0-1

6-3-0

1991

Concordia

1-0-0

5-2-0, 3rd

0-1

6-3-0

1992

Concordia

2-0-0

2-4-1, 5th

----

4-4-1

1993

Concordia*

1-1-0

4-3-0, 2nd

2-1

7-5-0

1994

Concordia

2-0-0

4-3-0, 2nd

0-1

6-4-0

1995

Concordia

1-0-0

4-4-0, 4th

0-1

5-5-0

1996

Concordia

1-0-0

2-6-0, 6th

----

3-6-0

1997

Concordia

----

6-2-0, 3rd

1-0

7-2-0

1998

Concordia**

0-1-0

6-2-0, 1st

3-1

9-4-0

1999

Concordia

----

6-2-0, 2nd

0-1

6-3-0

2000

Queen’s

----

1-7-0, 6th

----

1-7-0

2001

Queen’s

----

5-3-0, 3rd

1-1

6-4-0

2002

Queen’s

----

7-1-0, 2nd

2-1

9-2-0

McGill Redmen (1984-1988): Coach Sheahan was hired in 1984 as McGill’s Assistant Head Coach and Recruiting Coordinator. In his fourth season with the Redmen (1987), McGill won its first Vanier Cup Championship, defeating the UBC Thunderbirds 47-11.

2003

Queen’s

----

7-1-0, 2nd

1-1

8-2-0

2004

Queen’s

----

2-6-0, 9th

----

2-6-0

2005

Queen’s

----

3-5-0, 7th

----

3-5-0

Montreal Junior Concordes (1982-1983): Coach Sheahan coached the now-defunct CJFL team. Along with colleagues Wally Buono (CFL BC Lions) and Chuck McMann (CIS BC Lions) the Junior ‘Cordes made it all the way to the Dominion final of 1982. The Jr. Concordes are now the St. Leonard Cougars of the CJFL.

2006

Queen’s

0-1-0

4-4-0, 6th

1-1

5-6-0

2007

Queen’s

1-0-0

6-2-0, 3rd

0-1

7-3-0

2008

Queen’s

1-0-0

8-0-0, 1st

0-1

9-1-0

2009

Queen’s***

1-0-0

7-1-0, 1st

4-0

12-1-0

High School and Bantam Level: Sheahan made his coaching debut with Loyola High School (Montreal) in 1978. He later coached Leo’s Boys Bantam Football Club of Pte St. Charles, a south-west suburb of Montreal in 1979.

2010

Queen’s

----

3-5-0, 6th

0-1

3-6-0

2011

Queen’s

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6-2-0, 3rd

1-1

7-3-0

Queen’s Total

3-1-0 0.750

59-37-0 0.615

10-8-0 0.556

72-46-0 0.610

Career Total

13-3-0 0.813

107-70-1 0.604

16-16 0.500

136-89-1 0.604

Sheahan has twice been named OUA Coach of the Year at Queen’s (2007 and 2008), and won the CIS Frank Tindall Coach of the Year honour in 2008. Sheahan is the currently the longest serving head football coach in the OUA. Concordia Stingers (1989-1999): Coach Sheahan was named the Head Coach of the Concordia Stingers in late 1988, after they missed the playoffs three years in a row. In his first season, the team had a 4-3 record. He won his first Dunsmore Cup (OQIFC championship) in 1993, beating the Bishop’s Gaiters 10-7, though Concordia was later defeated in the Churchill Bowl. In 1998 he again found himself leading a Dunsmore Cup championship team, beating the Laval Rouge et Or 1712 in a two-day contest (November 14-15), suspended because of darkness. The Stingers went on to win the Atlantic Bowl 25-24 over the Acadia Axemen, and were narrowly defeated (24-17) in the Vanier Cup by the Saskatchewan Huskies. Sheahan was named OQIFC Coach of the Year in 1990 and 1998.

Miscellaneous: Sheahan has been an assistant coach for the Canadian national U19 for three years. They captured two gold medals in 2005 and 2006.

* Churchil Bowl Finalist ** Vanier Cup Finalist ***Vanier Cup Champion

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COACHING STAFF Pat Tracey - Assistant Coach/Defensive & Recruiting Coordinator Pat Tracey joined Queen’s in 2000 as Special Teams Coach and Recruiting Coordinator, and moved to his current post in 2001, becoming a full-time assistant to Coach Sheahan in 2008. Tracey is recognized nationally and internationally as a defensive specialist, and is the dean of current OUA defensive coordinators. In 2011, the Gaels defence did not concede a single rushing touchdown in the regular season. He enters the season with 98 wins as a CIS defensive coordinator. In 2012, Tracey was invited to a special coaching clinic in Oslo, Norway, where he helped train young coaches and players. He coached with Team Canada at the 2011 IFAF World Championships in Vienna, Austria, where he was the defensive backs and special teams coach and won a silver medal. Tracey has mentored many exceptional defensive players during his time at Queen’s, including four CIS award winners, seven OUA award winners and 13 CIS All-Canadians. He has coached the East team in recent CIS East-West Bowl games, serving as Defensive Coordinator in 2004 and Special Teams coordinator in 2007 and 2008. Tracey was the Special Teams Coach for Canada at the 2007 Global Football Championship, held during the week of Super Bowl XLI, which the Canadians won for the third straight year. In 2009, he guided the Gaels defence to a Vanier Cup championship, as they finished as the top defence within the OUA. Tracey has also been deeply involved in coaching at the national level, as he was the Defensive Coordinator for the Eastern Ontario U-17 team at the Football Canada Cup, winning bronze medals in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and capturing a gold medal in 2009. Prior to joining Queen’s, Tracey coached with the Guelph Gryphons from 1987-97 and 1999. At Guelph, he held numerous positions including Defensive Backs and Return Units (1987-88), Inside Linebackers and Return Units (1989-90), Defensive Coordinator (1989-95), and Special Teams Coordinator (1996-97). He was the team’s recruiting coordinator from 1995 until leaving for Hamilton in early 1998. He coached in three Yates Cup finals with the Gryphons, winning two. Tracey spent the 1998 season on a leave of absence from Guelph, and joined the Hamilton Tiger-Cats as Special Teams Coach, on a staff led by CFL legend Ron Lancaster. Hamilton advanced to the Grey Cup with his assistance, losing the championship on a heartbreaking, last-second field goal by the Calgary Stampeders. Tracey started at defensive back from 1982 through 1986 with the Guelph Gryphons, winning the team’s most improved player award in 1982, and a Vanier Cup in 1984. He saw action as a punt returner, leading the team in 1983. In 1986, he was the football nominee for the Mitchell award as the Male Sportsman of the Year. Tracey was a team captain in 1986, and was named to the Gryphon Team of the Decade in 1989 at cornerback. He holds the school’s record for the longest fumble return (61 yards, set in 1983), and most games played in a career (51). Tracey is also ranked second in Guelph’s history for games started, with 49. Tracey is a native of Foxboro, Ontario, and resides in Kingston with his wife Denise, and daughters Devon and Darby.

Jason Casey

Leroy Blugh

Hometown: North Bay, Ont.

Hometown: Napanee, Ont.

Special Teams Coordinator / Linebackers

Jason Casey joined the Gaels in 2012, after serving as the Defensive Coordinator and Head Coach of the Okanagan Sun junior team in Kelowna, B.C. Casey joined the Sun in 2007 as Defensive Coordinator, and was promoted to Head Coach in 2011. The Sun posted an 8-2 record in his one year in charge. Casey has already coached a Presidents’ Trophy winner, as he was the position coach for Max Caron during his time with the Sun. Casey played for Coach Sheahan with the Concordia Stingers, and was the 1999 OQIFC Defensive Player of the Year and a Second-Team AllCanadian.

Defensive Line

Blugh joined the Queen’s coaching staff in 2011 after spending seven seasons with Bishop’s University as the assistant coach for one year and head coach for six years. During 2007, Blugh was honored with the QUFL Coach of the Year award after leading the Gaiters to their first winning season in ten years. A former defensive lineman who played fifteen seasons in the Canadian Football League for two different teams, Blugh was the winner of the CFL’s Most Outstanding Canadian Award in 1996, is a two-time CFL West Division All-Star and won the Grey Cup with Edmonton in 1993. Blugh was chosen in the first round of the 1989 CFL Draft by the Edmonton Eskimos after a successful University career at Bishop’s that included a Presidents’ Trophy win in 1988. www.gogaelsgo.com [ 15 ]


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COACHING STAFF Pat McMenamin

Marty Gordon

Hometown: Kingston, Ont.

Hometown: Kingston, Ont.

Kicking

McMenamin returns to the Gaels for his fourteenth season after a distinguished 32-year career as a high school coach with the Frontenac Secondary School Falcons. McMenamin won many Frontenac County Championships while coaching the Frontenac Falcons in football and track, and also produced a number of CIS players. McMenamin played defensive back at St. Francis Xavier University under legendary coach Don Loney, and later went on to play for the University of Waterloo. Coach McMenamin brings a wealth of experience to the Gaels’ defence, and will work with the kickers again this year.

Pat Corbin

Running Backs

The graduate of LaSalle High School in Kingston, Ont., returns to the Gaels coaching staff for his third season after being a key member of the Gaels 2009 Vanier Cup Championship. Gordon split running back duties during the championship run and enjoyed his most productive season as a Gael, since joining the team back in 2005. He capped off his university career with one of his best games, running for 109 yards and scoring the gamewinning touchdown against Calgary.

Devan Sheahan Receivers

Hometown: Montreal, Que.

Offensive Line

Hometown: Stittsville, Ont.

Corbin will once again be a familiar face around the team this season. After completing his career with the Gaels during the 2009 season as a Vanier Cup Champion, Corbin enters his second season on the coaching staff as an offensive assistant. He started with the Gaels back in 2004 when he dressed for 8 games as a defensive lineman. He remained on the defensive line until last season when he switched to a fullback. He also saw time on special teams, recording three tackles during the Gaels 7-1 season.

Scott Valberg

Quarterbacks/Quality Control Hometown: Kingston, Ont.

Scott Valberg was named the Gaels’ quarterback coach in 2012. A member of the 2009 Vanier Cup Champions, he was named an AllCanadian at slotback in 2009. He made 153 receptions for 2,917 yard and 21 touchdowns in five seasons. Since graduating from Queen’s in 2010, Valberg had spent time coaching the Kingston Grenadiers of the Ontario Varsity league.

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The graduate of Holy Cross in Kingston, joined the Gaels coaching staff in 2011 after a five year career with the Queen’s at wide reciever. He was a key member of the 2009 Vanier Cup Championship run and in the 2009 Yates Cup victory over Western, Sheahan had two touchdowns for 122 yards receiving.

Jeff Wood

Defensive Line

Hometown: Ottawa, Ont.

Wood is a graduate of the University of Ottawa. He was a member of the 1975 Vanier Cup Gee-Gees Football team. He played for Queen’s in 1976 while completing his Bachelor of Education degree. He was a highly successful high school coach at Thousand Islands Secondary in Brockville until he retired from teaching in June of 2009. He will shift to the responsibility of coaching the Gaels’ defensive line this season.


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COACHING STAFF Dave Ross

Certified Athletic Therapist Hometown: Toronto, Ont.

Ross has been the Queen’s football trainer since 1980, and also as the Coordinator of Athletic Therapy Services for Queen’s Athletics and Recreation until he semi-retired in August 2009. He graduated from York University in 1975, where he played interuniversity rugby, and later attended Indiana State from 1977 to 1978. Prior to joining Queen’s, Ross was the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ head trainer from 1978 to 1980. He has also worked at the 1976 Summer Olympics, 1980 and 1992 Winter Olympics, as well as the 1991 Pan American games.

Tom Hopkins

Equipment Manager

Hometown: Kingston, Ont.

Additional Support Staff Recruiting: Glen Williamson, Ron Augustine, Ralph Wightman Kicking Consultant: Don Sweet Team Physician: Dr. Michael Connor Team Orthopedic Surgeon: Dr. Davide Bardana Strength and Conditioning: Rodney Wilson Student Trainers: Christy Faulds, Heather Meadley, Heather O’Brien, Robyn Bernick, Meg Laupacis, Jasmin Ma Video Staff: Wayne Barnett, Bonnie Chen, Grant Schelske Stats Crew: Wayne Barnett, Joe Pacheco, Richard Turner, Caleb Homewood Hydration Coordinator: Darby Tracey Sideline Assistants: Brennan Laidman, Tommy Pendergast, Xavier Pacheco Game Day Film Crew: Chuck Tindall, Lynn Hargreaves Athletics & Recreation Staff Director, Athletics and Recreation: Leslie Dal Cin Manager, Interuniversity Sport: Janean Sergeant Assistant Manger, Interuniversity Sport: Drew Soleyn Coordinator, Athlete Services: Val Tomsons Coordinator, Athletic Therapy Services: Vicky Wiltshire Associate Director, Facilities & Business Development: Jeff Downie Sports Information Officer: John Edwards Home Events Coordinator: Kelly Smith Events Assistant: Kyle Compeau Sponsorship Servicing: Ashley Johnson Graphic Designer: Matt Zilli

A familiar sight on the field and behind the scenes, Tom has been involved with the team for 33 years. Tom came to Queen’s during the leadership of Doug Hargreaves, whom he worked with for 18 years. He later worked under Bob Howes for five years, and the 2012 campaign will be his 13th under Pat Sheahan. Responsible for ensuring that the team is properly equipped, it is obvious that Tom’s heart and soul is a key part of the team’s infrastructure.

Jeff Mellor

Assistant Equipment Manager Hometown: Kingston, Ont.

Steve Barr

Assistant Equipment Manager Hometown: Kingston, Ont.

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36

Hassan Abdul – LB

Upper Canada College Toronto, Ont.

2

Colton Ballou - DB Harry Ainlay HS Edmonton, Alta.

34

Jesse Andrews - RB Arnprior DHS Arnprior, Ont.

Chaminade College School Toronto, Ont.

Brock Barber - FB

Justin Baronaitis - DB

St. Benedict CSS Timmins, Ont.

FOCUS ON... #44 Sam Sabourin

Linebacker Eligibility: 3rd Ht: 6’1 Wt: 223 lbs Hometown: Stittsville, Ont. High School: South Carleton HS 2011 Highlights: Named CIS Second Team All-Canadian and OUA First Team All-Star ... Finished with 27 tackles, second on the Gaels ... Made seven tackles in final regular season game, Oct. 22 vs. Western Ontario Regular Season Career Statistics Solo Ast Sack FF 2010 50 28 2 1 2011 23 8 1.5 0 TOTAL 73 36 3.5 1

FR 1 1 2

BrUp 2 3 5

Playoff Career Statistics Solo Asst Sack 2010 3 2011 4 TOTAL 7 -

FR -

Int -

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Stewart Anoya - OL

FF -

14

Richview Collegiate Rexdale, Ont.

11

92

Giovanni Aprile - REC

Luke Ball - DL

Dan Beliveau - LB

Rob Bogle - OL

Senator O’Connor SS Toronto, Ont.

St. Paul’s School (NH) Montreal, Que.

Holy Cross SS Kingston, Ont.

52

La Salle SS Kingston, Ont.


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

51

Peter Boivin - OL

St. Michael’s College School Toronto, Ont.

24

TJ Chase - Dunawa - DB Marc Garneau CI Toronto, Ont.

40

Daniel Broodo - DB Rundle College Houston, Texas

62

Marco Ciallella - OG Bishop Tonnos CSS Ancaster, Ont.

82

Curtis Carmichael - REC Birchmount Park CI Toronto, Ont.

22

Jordan Comtois - LB Champlain College Hatley, Que.

9

Alex Carroll - REC Mount Douglas SS Victoria, B.C.

97

Joel Corbin - DL Renfrew Collegiate Renfrew, Ont.

3

Justin Chapdelaine - REC WJ Mouat SS Abbotsford, B.C.

23

Doug Corby - REC Nelson HS Burlington, Ont.

FOCUS ON... #3 Justin Chapdelaine Wide Receiver Eligibility: 4 Ht: 6’0 Wt: 189 lbs High School: W.J. Mouat SS Hometown: Abbotsford, B.C.

Played in 2012 East-West Bowl, making three catches for 52 yards ... Started all eight regular-season games and two playoff games in 2011 ... Finished second on team with 524 yards and 30 catches and two touchdowns ... Had first 100-yard game, Sept. 24, 2011 at York ... Had a 74-yard catch Oct. 22 vs. Western Regular Season Career Statistics Rushing Att Yds Avg TD 2011 16 86 5.4 0 2010 46 225 4.9 7 2009 12 89 7.2 0 TOTAL 74 400 5.4 7

Long 20 29 19 29

Receiving Rec 2011 30 TOTAL 30

Long 74 74

Yds 524 524

Avg 17.5 17.5

TD 2 2

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89

Jack Cornett - DB John F. Ross Guelph, Ont.

26

Ben D’Andrea - DB Western Canada HS Calgary, Alta.

28

Aaron Dowd - RB LaSalle SS Kingston, Ont.

94

Cory Dyer - LB

Gananoque SS Gananoque, Ont.

FOCUS ON... #65 Derek Morris

Offensive Lineman Eligibility: 3 Ht: 6’4 Wt: 327 lbs High School: Napanee SS Hometown: Napanee, Ont. Named Second Team OUA All-Star in 2011 ... Started all ten games in 2011 ... Participant in 2011 East-West Bowl...Playing time in 2010 limited due to injury... Started Queen’s opening game against McMaster before dressing as a backup in each of the Gaels final three games, including their playoff matchup against the Marauders...2009 Vanier Cup Champion...Started all 12 games at right tackle in 2009

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Yann Dika - Balotoken - DB Don Mills CI Toronto, Ont.

88

Bamidele Esan - DB John G. Diefenbaker Calgary, Alta.

29

Eric Dodwell - RB Holy Cross CSS Kingston, Ont.

46

Ryan Farrell - LB Citadel HS Halifax, N.S.

66

Ryan Dougherty - OT London South CI London, Ont.

95

Corey Flude - DL Holy Cross SS Kingston, Ont.


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81

Emilio Frometa - OL

Kenny Fuentes - REC

Justin Gleben - FB

Timothy Godber - REC

St. Benedict Sudbury, Ont.

Innisdale SS Barrie, Ont.

Brother Andre CHS Seagrave, Ont.

80

Champlain College Montreal, Que.

5

Aaron Gazendam - REC Holy Cross SS Kingston, Ont.

32

Ryan Granberg - RB Archbishop Jordan HS Sherwood Park, Alta.

12

99

Austin Geddes - QB

Tanner Gennaro - DL

Phoenix Grouse - DL

Peter Hannon - REC

Catholic Central HS London, Ont.

Prince Andrew High Dartmouth, N.S.

Villanova Richmond Hill, Ont.

87

Upper Canada College Toronto, Ont.

FOCUS ON... #32 Ryan Granberg

Running Back Eligibility: 4 Ht: 5’11 Wt: 205 lbs High School: Archbishop Jordan HS Hometown: Sherwood Park, Alta. Won CIS rushing title in 2011 ... Total of 1,068 yards was second-highest in Gaels’ history ... Named Second Team All-Canadian ... Named First Team OUA All-Star ... Ran for 265 yards on 31 carries Oct. 8 at Windsor ... Carried 31 times for 240 yards Oct. 15 vs. Waterloo. Regular Season Career Statistics Att Yds Avg TD 2011 161 1068 6.6 9 2010 57 517 9.1 4 2009 40 201 5.0 2 2008 TOTAL 258 1786 6.9 15

Long 88 96 40 96

Playoff Career Statistics Att Yds Avg 2011 43 204 4.7 2010 2 3 1.5 TOTAL 45 207 4.6

Long 21 3 21

TD 2 0 2

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86

Chris Houston - LB

Daniel Hayes - OL Sir John A. MacDonald SS Waterloo, Ont.

64

Matthew Kendrick - OL Philips Exeter Academy Pointe Claire, Que.

St. Andrew’s College Toronto, Ontario

84

Vincent Lafetière - REC St. Paul’s School (NH) Kirkland, Que.

FOCUS ON... #21 Andrew Lue

Defensive Back Eligibility: 3 Ht: 6’2 Wt: 205 lbs High School: Brother Andre CHS Hometown: Markham, Ont. Named CIS All-Canadian and OUA First-Team All-Star in 2011 ... Started ten games in 2011 ... Led Gaels with seven passes knocked down in 2011 ... Made 22.5 tackles (18 solo, 9 assisted) Regular Season Career Statistics Solo Ast Sack FF 2011 18 9 2010 15 5 TOTAL 33 14 -

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FR 1 2

Int 2 1 3

83

Boris Isakov - WR Lawrence Park CI Toronto, Ont.

60

Matt Lapointe - OL St. Peter’s CHS Ottawa, Ont.

38

Josh Jordan - DB

St. Michael’s College School Toronto, Ont.

45

Stephen Laporte - LB St. Mark’s HS Metcalfe, Ont.

61

Vaughn Keeble - DL King City SS King City, Ont.

49

Mike Leroux - LB St. Joseph’s CHS Kingston, Ont.


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Eric Lessard - OL St. Benedict Sudbury, Ont.

42

Anthony Marino - LB St. Michael’s College Woodbrige, Ont.

21

Andrew Lue - DB Brother Andre CHS Markham, Ont.

10

Billy McPhee - QB Notre Dame CSS Burlington, Ont.

7

Duncan Lurie - QB Asbury College Ottawa, Ont.

47

Luke McQuilkin - LB Corpus Christi Burlington, Ont.

84

Scott Macdonell - REC Philips Exeter Academy Montreal, Que.

59

John Meenagh - DL St. Mary’s HS Calgary, Alta.

35

Mark Mahon - RB St. Paul’s HS Winnipeg, Man.

Ryan Melvin - OL Mount Douglas SS Victoria, B.C.

FOCUS ON... #11 Giovanni Aprile

Wide Receiver Eligibility: 3 Ht: 6’3 Wt: 213 lbs High School: Senator O’Connor S.S. Hometown: Scarborough, Ont. Selected by Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2012 CFL Draft ... Attended Bombers’ 2012 Training Camp ... Led Gaels with 594 receiving yards on 31 catches ... Named OUA Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Week on Sept. 18, 2011 ... Caught four touchdown passes ... Made seven catches for 177 yards Sept. 17 at Laurier ... Had three 100-yard receiving games in 2011 Regular Season Career Statistics Rec Yds Avg TD 2011 31 594 19.2 4 2010 34 476 14.0 3 TOTAL 65 1070 16.4 7

Long 88 63 88

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John Miniaci - DL

St. Michael’s College Toronto, Ont.

8

Ryan Mitchell - QB Birchmount Park CI Toronto, Ont.

33

Nicholas Nucci - LS St. Ignatius HS Thunder Bay, Ont.

41

Carson Park - LS Okanagan College Kelowna, B.C.

FOCUS ON... #10 Billy McPhee

Quarterback Eligibility: 3rd Ht: 6’3 Wt: 195 lbs High School: Burlington, Ont. Hometown: Notre Dame Catholic Started all eight regular season games at quarterback ... Threw for 362 yards and 4 TDs, both career highs, 9/17 vs. Laurier ... Had two straight 300-yard passing games, 9/17 and 9/24 ... Missed both playoff games due to injury. Regular Season Career Statistics Passing Att Comp Yds Pct 2010 62 28 296 45.2 2011 213 108 1660 50.7 TOTAL 275 136 1956 49.4 Rushing

Att 2010 14 2011 31 TOTAL 45

Yds 65 145 210

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Avg 4.6 4.7 4.7

TD 1 2 3

TD 2 9 11 Long 12 22 22

Int 4 7 11

93

Will Moodie - DL Rundle College Calgary, Alta.

6

Chris Patrician - REC St. Michael’s College Toronto, Ont.

65

Derek Morris - OL Napanee SS Napanee, Ont.

37

John Piazza - RB

Chaminade College School Toronto, Ont.

91

Natu Myers - DL Glebe Collegiate Ottawa, Ont.

43

Sean Plumley - RB White Pines CI Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

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Trevor Plumley - RB White Pines CI Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

17

Evan Sequeira - DB

Philips Exeter Academy Pierrefonds, Que.

55

Josh Prinsen - OT Holy Cross SS Napanee, Ont.

63

Francis Shin - OL St. Joseph’s SS Mississauga, Ont.

68

Nicholas Romanchuk - OT St. Robert CHS Richmond Hill, Ont.

57

Blake Sirio - OG St. Benedict’s CHS Cambridge, Ont.

44

Sam Sabourin - LB South Carleton HS Stittsville, Ont.

18

Christoph Smith - CB Vanier College Montreal, Que.

90

Andrew Sauer - DL Southwood HS Ayr, Ont.

15

Mitchell Spataro Innisdale SS Barrie, Ont.

FOCUS ON... #98 John Miniaci

Defensive Lineman Eligibility: 3 Ht: 6’1 Wt: 278 lbs High School: St. Michaels College Hometown: Toronto, Ont. OUA First Team All-Star in 2011 ... Finished with 14.5 tackles in 2011 ... Had two sacks Oct. 15 vs. Waterloo ... First career forced fumble Oct. 22 vs. Western Ontario Regular Season Career Statistics Solo Ast TFL Sack 2011 12 5 4.5 3.5 2010 21 16 4.5 2009 15 9 TOTAL 48 30 4.5 8.0

FF 1 1

FR -

Playoff Career Statistics Solo Ast TFL 2011 8 1 1 2010 5 2009 3 6 TOTAL 8 6 -

FF -

FR -

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Matt Stairs - LB Citadel HS Halifax, N.S.

30

Stephen Trivieri Stone Bridge HS Toronto, Ont.

56

Mike Sullivan - OL Holy Cross SS Kingston, Ont.

1

Dillon Wamsley - K/P South Collegiate London, Ont.

FOCUS ON... #96 Derek Wiggan

Defensive Lineman Eligibility: 3 Ht: 6’1 Wt: 247 lbs High School: St. Michael’s College Hometown: Toronto, Ont. Named OUA Second Team All-Star ... Started final six games of regular season in 2011, and both playoff games ... Finished with 21.5 tackles and three sacks ... Made career-high eight tackes Sept. 30 at Toronto ... Regular Season Career Statistics Solo Ast Sack FF 2011 18 7 3 2010 4 8 1 TOTAL 22 15 4 -

FR -

Int -

Playoff Career Statistics Solo Ast Sack 2011 2 2 2010 2 TOTAL 4 2 -

FR -

Int -

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Joshua Sultana - DB

Michael Power/St. Joseph Etobicoke, Ont.

20

Matt Webster - FS Western Canada HS Calgary, Alta.

39

Jesse Topley - LB Lorne Park S.S. Mississauga, Ont.

96

Derek Wiggan - DL St. Michael’s College Toronto, Ont.

4

Max Townsend - QB St. Michael’s College Toronto, Ont.

13

William Zed - DB Citadel HS Halifax, N.S.


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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW GAELS - STARTING LINEUPS OFFENCE

Date Opponent

Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Sept. 30 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Playoffs Oct. 29 Nov. 5

LG

C

RG

RT

WR

Prinsen Prinsen Prinsen Prinsen Prinsen Prinsen Prinsen Prinsen

Sirio Sirio Sirio Sirio Sirio Sirio Sirio Sirio

M. Sullivan LaBrech M. Sullivan M. Sullivan M. Sullivan M. Sullivan M. Sullivan M. Sullivan

Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris

Kendrick Plumpton Kendrick Patrician Kendrick Patrician Kendrick Patrician Kendrick Patrician Kendrick Patrician Kendrick Patrician Kendrick Patrician

vs. Laurier @ McMaster

Prinsen Prinsen

Sirio Sirio

M. Sullivan M.Sullivan

Morris Morris

Kendrick Kendrick

DEFENCE

Date Opponent

Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Sept. 30 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Playoffs Oct. 29 Nov. 5

LT

vs. McMaster @ Ottawa vs. Laurier @ York @ Toronto @ Windsor vs. Waterloo vs. Western

DE

vs. McMaster Pankewich @ Ottawa Pankewich vs. Laurier Pankewich @ York Pankewich @ Toronto Pankewich @ Windsor Pankewich vs. Waterloo Pankewich vs. Western Pankewich

DT

Ukwuoma Ukwuoma Ukwuoma Ukwuoma Ukwuoma Ukwuoma Ukwuoma Ukwuoma

DT

Miniaci Miniaci Miniaci Miniaci Miniaci Miniaci Miniaci Miniaci

DE

SB SB/FB RB

QB

Howes Howes Howes Howes Howes Howes Howes Howes

Ritchie Ritchie Ritchie Ritchie Ritchie Ritchie Ritchie Ritchie

Granberg Granberg Granberg Granberg Rushon Granberg Granberg Granberg

McPhee McPhee McPhee McPhee McPhee McPhee McPhee McPhee

Aprile Aprile

Chapdelaine Chapdelaine

Howes Howes

Ritchie Granberg Ritchie Granberg

Mitchell Mitchell

MLB

Mohtadi Mohtadi Mohtadi Mohtadi Mohtadi Festeryga Festeryga Marino

SB

Chapdelaine Chapdelaine Chapdelaine Chapdelaine Chapdelaine Chapdelaine Chapdelaine Chapdelaine

Patrician Patrician

LB

Festeryga Laporte Festeryga Laporte Wiggan Laporte Wiggan Laporte Wiggan Laporte Wiggan Plumley Wiggan Plumley Wiggan Plumley

WR

Patrician Aprile Aprile Aprile Aprile Aprile Aprile Aprile

LB

Sabourin Sabourin Sabourin Sabourin Sabourin Sabourin Sabourin Sabourin

CB

Chase-Dunawa Chase-Dunawa Chase-Dunawa Chase-Dunawa Chase-Dunawa

Webster Webster Webster

vs. Laurier Pankewich Ukwuoma Miniaci Wiggan Plumley Mohtadi Laporte Webster @ McMaster Pankewich Ukwuoma Miniaci Wiggan Farrell Laport Sabourin Webster

CB

DB DB

S

Lue Sultana D’Andrea Webster Lue Sultana D’Andrea Webster Lue Sultana D’Andrea Webster Lue Sultana D’Andrea Webster Lue Sultana D’Andrea Webster Lue Chase-Dunawa D’Andrea Sultana Lue Chase-Dunawa D’Andrea Sultana Lue Chase-Dunawa D’Andrea Sultana Lue Chase-Dunawa D’Andrea Sultana Lue Chase-Dunawa D’Andrea Sultana

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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

2011 SEASON IN REVIEW MCMASTER QUEEN’S

26 2

QUEEN’S OTTAWA

Sept. 5, 2011 Kingston, Ont. - Richardson Stadium SCOREBOARD McMaster(1-0) Queen’s (0-1)

1 10 0

2 13 0

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att McMaster Joey Nemet 13 Kyle Quinlan 3 C. Pezzetta 3 Michael DiCroce 1 Matthew Peressi 1 Queen’s Ryan Granberg 9 Justin Chapdelaine 4 Billy McPhee 4 PASSING McMaster Kyle Quinlan Queen’s Billy McPhee Justin Chapdelaine Ryan Mitchell RECIEVING McMaster Robert Babic Michael Dicroce Jarred Jones Brad Fochesato Matthew Peressi B. O’Connor Joey Nemet Queen’s Justin Chapdelaine Tom Howes Alex Carroll Chris Patrician Boris Isakov Greg Plumpton

3 0 2 McMaster 16 24-113 349 20-31-1 455 1-22 8-46 2-66 1-0 8-30 9-80

13 1 0

TOTAL 26 2 Queen’s 11 18-70 165 14-35-2 212 4-51 7-89 1-0 1-0 13-36.2 9-85

Yds

TD

LG

71 36 15 9 2

0 0 0 0 0

23 17 7 9 2

27 26 18

0 0 0

8 11 8

Comp Att 20

4 3 0

31 32 2 1

Yds

TD

349

1

152 13 0

0 0 0

No

Yds

TD

6 4 4 3 1 1 1

65 114 76 52 18 15 9

0 0 1 0 0 0 0

5 3 3 1 1 1

64 48 43 5 4 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

Int 1 2 0 0

LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) McMaster: Ryan Chmielewski 5-2-6, Joey Cupido 4-1-4.5, Scott Martin 2-3-3.5, S. Ventresca 3-0-3 Queen’s: Matt Webster 5-1-5.5, Stephen Laporte 2-7-5.5, Joshua Sultana 3-4-5, Frank Pankewich 2-5-4.5 LEADING SACKS McMaster: N. Shorthill 1, B. D’Aguillar 1, C. D’Aguillar 1 Queen’s: Osie Ukwuoma 1, Frank Pankewich 0.5, John Miniaci 0.5

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6 19

Sept. 17, 2011 Kingston, Ont. - Richardson Stadium

Sept. 10, 2011 Ottawa, Ont. - Frank Clair Stadium SCOREBOARD Queen’s (0-2) Ottawa (2-0)

1 3 1

2 1 1

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Queen’s Ryan Granberg 15 Billy McPhee 5 Justin Chapdelaine 1 Ottawa Brendan Gillanders 24 Aaron Colbon 2 Soonbum Cha 1 Alexander Morrison 1 PASSING Queen’s Billy McPhee Ottawa Aaron Colbon RECIEVING Queen’s Giovanni Aprile Chris Patrician Alex Carroll Justin Chapdelaine Ryan Granberg Scott Macdonell Ottawa Simon Le Marquand Bogdan Raic Brendan Gillanders Maxime Mireault

3 2 0

4 0 3

Queen’s 17 21-63 349 20-40-0 238 3-63 8-49 0-0 4-2 9-37.2 9-65

TOTAL 6 19 Ottawa 13 30-168 165 9-25-0 304 2-38 7-83 0-0 2-1 11-36.2 12-100

Yds

TD

LG

38 16 9

0 0 0

10 11 9

262 17 2 0

0 0 0 0

30 11 2 0

Comp Att

Yds

TD

Int

20

40

208

0

0

9

25

146

2

0

No

Yds

TD

4 5 3 3 2 2

53 43 39 38 23 7

0 0 0 0 0 0

5 2 1 1

74 55 9 8

1 1 0 0

LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Queen’s: Stephen Laporte 5-3-6.5, Frank Pankewich 4-25, Geoffrey Mohtadi 4-0-4, Ben D’Andrea 4-0-4 Ottawa: Chris Daly 6-0-6, Tyler Sawyer 5-1-5.5, Ettore Lattanzio 5-0-5, Soonbum Cha 4-1-4.5 LEADING SACKS Queen’s: Geoffrey Mohtadi 1 Ottawa: John Beck 1, Ettore Lattanzio 1, Robert Griffiths 1, Cody Macinnes 1

35 58

SCOREBOARD Laurier (1-2) Queen’s (1-2)

1 0 21

2 7 12

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Laurier S. Kelly 4 J. Pirie 1 A. Bennett 6 TEAM 3 Queen’s Ryan Granberg 30 Billy McPhee 5 Justin Chapdelaine 2 Craig Rushon 1 PASSING Laurier S. Kelly Queen’s Billy McPhee RECIEVING Laurier D. Heap R. Jirgens M. Surya K. Muamba Queen’s Giovanni Aprile Justin Chapdelaine Aaron Gazendam Tom Howes

3 7 23

4 21 2

Laurier 22 14-(40) 345 30-55-4 305 9-387 6-53 3-111 0-0 6-29.3 11-79

TOTAL 35 58 Queen’s 26 40-159 362 16-32-3 514 7-311 6-47 4-49 1-0 8-29.4 8-50

Yds

TD

LG

19 1 (1) (59)

0 0 0 0

11 1 5 (19)

153 16 4 1

0 1 0 1

17 6 2 1

Comp Att

Yds

TD

Int

30

55

345

4

4

16

32

362

4

3

No

Yds

TD

8 7 6 3

105 90 82 33

0 0 2 0

7 3 2 2

177 68 47 15

3 0 1 0

LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Laurier: S. Aird 6-4-8, L. Thompson 4-2-5, F. Odom 3-13.5, G. Kourtesiotis 3-1-3.5 Queen’s: Stephen Laporte 4-4-6, Matt Webster 4-1-4.5, Joshua Sultana 3-2-4, TJ Chase-Dunawa 3-2-4, Derek Wiggan 3-0-3 LEADING SACKS Laurier: S. Aird 0.5, G. Kourtesiotis 0.5 Queen’s: Derek Wiggan 1


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

2011 SEASON IN REVIEW

SCOREBOARD Queen’s (2-2) York (1-3)

QUEEN’S 63 YORK 3 Sept. 24, 2011 Toronto, Ont. - York Stadium 1 20 0

2 28 0

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards

3 6 0 Queen’s 30 37-242 383 22-29-0 605 1-36 12-163 3-63 0-0 4-39.2 6-49

4 9 3

TOTAL 63 3

York 9 10-5 201 20-39-3 195 10-161 5-37 0-0 0-0 13-35.8 10-81

SCOREBOARD Queen’s (3-2) Toronto (2-3)

QUEEN’S TORONTO

13 6

Sept. 30, 2011 Toronto, Ont. - Varsity Stadium 1 0 0

2 0 3

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards

3 10 3

4 3 0

Queen’s 11 31-120 91 7-21-0 203 0-0 8-63 0-0 2-2 13-35.5 6-40

TOTAL 13 6

Toronto 15 25-8 277 21-45-0 258 3-22 10-101 0-0 3-3 17-29.1 11-120

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Yds TD LG Queen’s Ryan Granberg 18 156 2 50 Craig Rushon 6 30 0 13 Aaron Dowd 6 24 0 23 Billy McPhee 3 20 1 15 Giovanni Aprile 2 6 1 10 Justin Chapdelaine 1 5 0 5 York R. Markell 5 11 0 7 N. Coutu 2 2 0 2 D. Sevdin 3 (8) 0 2 PASSING Comp Att Yds TD Int Queen’s Billy McPhee 17 23 328 3 0 Ryan Mitchell 5 6 55 0 0 York D. Sevdin 19 35 209 0 3 N. Coutu 1 4 (8) 0 0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Yds TD LG Queen’s Craig Rushon 16 109 0 18 Justin Chapdelaine 2 16 0 8 Billy McPhee 2 10 0 5 Dan Village 1 1 0 1 Toronto R. Markell 5 11 0 7 N. Coutu 2 2 0 2 D. Sevdin 3 (8) 0 2

RECIEVING No Yds TD Queen’s Justin Chapdelaine 6 131 2 Chris Patrician 4 100 1 Giovanni Aprile 4 49 0 Scott Macdonell 3 49 0 Tom Howes 2 32 0 Boris Isakov 2 19 0 Alex Carroll 1 3 0 York W. Austin 8 60 0 N. Griffith 1 46 0 D. Hobbs 3 34 0 B. Williams 1 29 0 A. Bugdahn 4 13 0 B. Small 1 9 0 C. Pryce 1 6 0 R. Markell 1 4 0

RECIEVING No Yds TD Queen’s Justin Chapdelaine 3 55 0 Giovanni Aprile 1 17 0 Chris Patrician 1 10 0 Keith Lagace 1 6 0 Toronto P. De Pass 4 98 0 A. Pierzchalski 6 88 0 A. Milton 3 24 0 S. Magalas 2 18 0 LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Queen’s: Derek Wiggan 8-0-8, Anthony Marino 6-0-6, Andrew Lue 5-0-5, Matt Webster 4-0-4, Frank Pankewich 4-0-4, Osie Ukwuoma 4-0-4, Sam Sabourin 3-0-3 Toronto: W. Desouza 8-0-8, A. Fehler 5-0-5, T. Harvey 4-04, D. Monroe 3-0-3, K. Asare 3-0-3, E. Barzegar 3-0-3 LEADING SACKS Queen’s: Frank Pankewich 1, John Miniaci 1 Toronto: A. Fehler 1

LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Queen’s: S. Laporte 4-1-4.5, E. Sequeira 3-1-3.5 York: M. Grandison 7-1-7.5, H. Hazime 5-3-6.5 LEADING SACKS Queen’s: O. Ukwuoma 1.5, S. Laporte 0.5 York: M. Livingston 2

PASSING Queen’s Billy McPhee Toronto A. Gillis

Comp Att Yds TD Int 7

21

91

0

0

21

45

277

0

0

QUEEN’S WINDSOR

27 14

Oct. 8, 2011 Windsor, Ont. - Windsor Stadium

SCOREBOARD Queen’s (4-2) Windsor (4-2)

1 0 0

2 7 7

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards

3 3 7

4 17 0

Queen’s 27 43-320 250 17-31-2 570 3-99 3-30 1-3 0-0 3-39.3 10-172

TOTAL 27 14

Windsor 29 21-116 294 26-44-1 410 4-84 3-17 2-4 0-0 8-27.1 8-108

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Yds TD LG Queen’s Ryan Granberg 31 265 2 34 Billy McPhee 5 36 0 22 Aaron Dowd 1 12 0 12 Justin Chapdelaine 2 6 0 6 Sam Sabourin 1 7 0 7 Giovanni Aprile 1 2 0 2 Windsor S. Grant 10 60 0 17 A. Kennedy 9 58 0 14 P. Lefaive 1 3 0 3 PASSING Queen’s Billy McPhee Windsor A. Kennedy

Comp Att Yds TD Int 17

31

250

1

2

26

44

308

2

1

RECEIVING No Yds TD Queen’s Giovanni Aprile 6 104 0 Alex Carroll 5 68 1 Justin Chapdelaine 4 45 0 Tom Howes 2 33 0 Windsor C. Fernandes 9 86 0 D. Whitfield 4 74 1 J. Brescacin 7 73 0 E. Pszczonak 2 37 1 M. Riggi 2 25 0 P. Lefaive 2 13 0 LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Queen’s: Sean Plumley 7-1-7.5, Andrew Lue 6-1-6.5, Ben D’Andrea 6-0-6, Sam Sabourin 4-0-4, Osie Ukwuoma 3-1-3.5 Windsor: U. Nwaesei 7-5-9.5, B. Adams 7-5-9.5, A. Whonder 6-2-7, M. McGarva 5-4-7, G. Post 2-1-2.5 LEADING SACKS Queen’s: Derek Wiggan 1 Windsor: None

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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW

SCOREBOARD Waterloo (0-7) Queen’s (5-2)

WATERLOO QUEEN’S

0 53

Oct. 15, 2011 Kingston, Ont. - Richardson Stadium 1 0 10

2 0 21

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards

3 0 14

4 0 8

TOTAL 0 53

Waterloo Queen’s 8 26 13-15 50-293 106 165 18-37-3 9-15-0 94 445 6-56 2-105 4-29 6-105 0-0 3-0 1-0 2-1 13-30.5 7-36.4 5-38 8-66

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Yds TD LG Waterloo M. Visentin 7 19 0 6 B. Chris 3 5 0 4 L. Balch 2 (4) 0 2 Queen’s Ryan Granberg 31 240 4 26 Keith Lagace 7 28 0 10 Aaron Dowd 4 17 0 9 Craig Rushon 3 6 0 3 PASSING Waterloo B. Chris L. Balch Queen’s Billy McPhee Ryan Mitchell

Comp Att Yds TD Int 12 6

25 11

82 24

0 0

3 0

8 1

14 1

77 88

1 1

0 0

RECIEVING No Yds TD Waterloo D. Zender 6 41 0 M. Visentin 3 15 0 M. Hill 2 15 0 C. Lewis 2 14 0 Queen’s Giovanni Aprile 3 100 1 Justin Chapdelaine 3 32 0 Chris Patrician 1 15 1 Tom Howes 1 14 0 LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Waterloo: M. Tolliver 5-3-6.5, J. Braithwaite 6-0-6, G. Zaitz 4-4-6, R. Nicholson 4-1-4.5 Queen’s: Osie Ukwuoma 4-1-4.5, Ryan Farrell 2-4-4, Jason Tupper 3-1-3.5, Sam Sabourin 2-3-3.5 LEADING SACKS Waterloo: I. Gritsniak 1 Queen’s: John Miniaci 2, Osie Ukwuoma 1, Dominic DiCarlo 1, Sam Sabourin 0.5, Derek Wiggan 0.5

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0 37

Oct. 22, 2011 Kingston, Ont. - Richardson Stadium

SCOREBOARD Western (7-1) Queen’s (6-2)

1 0 15

2 0 3

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Western I. Noble G. Sanvido N. Riva B. Roberts Team Queen’s Ryan Granberg Billy McPhee Justin Chapdelaine Giovanni Aprile Craig Rushon Ryan Mitchell Matt Ritchie PASSING Western I. Noble B. Rossong Queen’s Billy McPhee Ryan Mitchell

3 0 10

4 0 9

TOTAL 0 37

Western Queen’s 18 20 26-153 41-258 225 297 23-43-2 16-27-0 345 555 4-64 1-2 9-81 10-151 0-0 2-10 2-2 0-0 10-39.5 10-35.7 9-82 7-55

Att Yds TD LG 13 4 7 1 1

127 0 23 0 16 0 (2) 0 (11) 0

30 11 12 (2) (11)

27 197 1 88 5 26 0 9 3 23 0 20 1 8 0 8 2 6 1 5 1 0 0 0 1 (1) 0 (1)

Comp Att Yds TD Int 21 2

35 8

163 62

0 0

2 0

10 6

20 7

192 105

0 0

0 0

RECIEVING No Yds TD Western A. Thibaudeau 6 75 0 M. Brazier 5 69 0 G. Sanvido 5 38 0 R. Madan 2 22 0 J. Noble 2 9 0 J. Bellamy 1 7 0 N. Riva 1 4 0 J. Sifakis 1 1 0 Queen’s Giovanni Aprile 6 94 0 Justin Chapdelaine 3 91 0 Boris Isakov 2 44 0 Tom Howes 2 29 0 Alex Carroll 1 23 0 Chris Patrician 1 15 0 Ryan Granberg 1 1 0 LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Western: A. Handsor 5-1-5.5, N. Riva 5-1-5.5, B. Landry 5-0-5 Queen’s: Matt Webster 8-1-8.5, Sam Sabourin 6-2-7, Osie Ukwuoma 5-1-5.5 LEADING SACKS Western: None Queen’s: Osie Ukwuoma 2.5, Sam Sabourin 1, Derek Wiggan 0.5

SCOREBOARD Laurier (4-5) Queen’s (7-2)

LAURIER QUEEN’S

10 14

Oct. 29, 2011 Kingston, Ont. - Richardson Stadium 1 0 0

2 4 4

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yds (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Net Offense Kick Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Fumbles-Lost Punts (Number-Avg) Penalties-Yards

3 3 3

4 3 7

Laurier 25 22-79 307 30-47-3 371 3-81 9-44 0-0 1-0 9-33.7 10-90

TOTAL 10 14

Queen’s 25 31-129 272 23-38-0 379 0-0 8-43 3-0 1-1 10-31.0 7-70

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Yds TD LG Laurier T. Wilson 12 73 0 19 A. Bennett 7 10 0 5 I. Dell 1 0 0 0 D. Heap 2 (4) 0 3 Queen’s Ryan Granberg 23 76 1 21 Giovanni Aprile 3 36 0 17 Justin Chapdelaine 1 20 0 20 Ryan Mitchell 1 2 0 2 PASSING Laurier S. Kelly Queen’s Ryan Mitchell

Comp Att Yds TD Int 30

47

307

0

3

23

38

272

0

0

RECIEVING No Yds TD Laurier S. Chambers 11 111 0 K. Muamba 4 65 0 M. Surya 7 62 0 I. Dell 6 46 0 Queen’s Giovanni Aprile 7 87 0 Tom Howes 6 55 0 Justin Chapdelaine 4 62 0 Chris Patrician 3 20 0 LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Laurier: TEAM 8-0-8, S. Aird 5-1-5.5, S. Herbert 5-0-5, C. Naranjo 4-0-4 Queen’s: Ben D’Andrea 8-1-8.5, TJ Chase-Dunawa 6-4-8, Sean Plumley 6-3-7.5, Stephen Laporte 6-3-7.5 LEADING SACKS Laurier: D. Smith 1, G. Kourtesiotis 1 Queen’s: Stephen Laporte 1, John Miniaci 1


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

2011 SEASON IN REVIEW QUEEN’S McMASTER

OUA Weekly Results

13 40

REGULAR SEASON

Nov. 5, 2011 Hamilton, Ont. - Ron Joyce Stadium SCOREBOARD Queen’s (7-3) McMaster (8-1)

1 3 17

2 0 16

3 10 7

4 0 0

TEAM STATISTICS

Queen’s First Downs 21 Rushes-Yards (Net) 30-175 Passing Yds (Net) 143 Passes Comp-Att-Int 15-33-6 Net Offense 312 Kick Returns-Yards 4-53 Punt Returns-Yards 5-64 Interception Returns-Yards 2-24 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-40.1 Penalties-Yards 6-45 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Queen’s Ryan Granberg 20 Keith Lagace 4 John Sullivan 1 Aaron Dowd 2 Craig Rushon 1 Ryan Mitchell 1 Justin Chapdelaine 1 McMaster Chris Pezzetta 15 Kyle Quinlan 9 Matthew Peressi 5 Michael DiCroce 3 Joey Nemet 8 PASSING Queen’s Ryan Mitchell John Sullivan McMaster Kyle Quinlan M. Ferguson RECIEVING Queen’s Chris Patrician Tom Howes Giovanni Aprile Alex Carroll Ryan Granberg Justin Chapdelaine Matt Ritchie Boris Isakov McMaster Michael DiCroce Brad Fochesato Robert Babic Tyler Loveday Chris Pezzetta Matthew Peressi

TOTAL 13 44

McMaster 30 40-280 227 15-24-2 494 3-57 6-19 6-174 3-2 9-27.0 13-98

Yds

TD

LG

128 19 16 8 4 1 -1

1 0 0 0 0 0 0

20 6 16 9 4 1 -1

101 96 40 27 16

1 1 0 0 0

22 21 20 12 8

Comp Att

Yds

TD

Int

15 0

143 0

0 0

6 0

14 1

32 1 23 1

214 13

2 0

No

Yds

TD

4 3 1 2 1 2 1 1

69 27 13 10 8 6 6 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 3 2 1 1 2

103 78 21 13 9 3

Sep. 5 Toronto Laurier Ottawa McMaster Waterloo

5 46 35 26 22

Windsor York Guelph Queen’s Western

38 7 8 2 86

Oct. 15 Western McMaster Windsor Waterloo York

Sep. 10 Toronto Western Queen’s Guelph Windsor

10 48 6 65 41

York McMaster Ottawa Waterloo Laurier

8 21 19 13 40

Oct. 22 Waterloo 6 Toronto Windsor 40 York Laurier 15 Guelph Ottawa 24 McMaster Western 0 Queen’s

Sep. 17 Guelph Laurier Ottawa York McMaster

12 35 13 20 21

Toronto Queen’s Western Waterloo Windsor

21 58 41 18 19

PLAYOFFS

Sep. 24 Windsor Queen’s McMaster Western Toronto

37 63 37 34 0

Waterloo York Guelph Laurier Ottawa

13 3 13 28 41

Sep. 30 Queen’s Oct. 1 Waterloo Ottawa York Guelph

13 20 16 23 21

Toronto McMaster Laurier Western Windsor

6 46 51 48 41

Oct. 6 Laurier Toronto Oct. 8 Guelph York Queen’s

69 14 29 12 27

Waterloo McMaster Western Ottawa Windsor

3 50 33 65 14

OT

21 25 30 0 2

Toronto Laurier Ottawa Queen’s Guelph

Oct. 29 OUA Quarter-finals Laurier 10 Queen’s Windsor 50 Ottawa

9 6 32 53 51 45 15 10 51 37

14 33

Nov. 5 OUA Semifinals Windsor 27 Western 33 Queen’s 13 McMaster 40 Nov. 12 Yates Cup McMaster 41 Western

19

Nov. 18 Uteck Bowl at Moncton, N.B. McMaster 45 Acadia 21 Nov. 25 Vanier Cup at Vancouver McMaster 41 Laval 38 2OT

2 0

1 0 0 0 1 0

LEADING TACKLERS (Solo, Ast, Tot) Queen’s: Frank Pankewich 8-0-8, T.J. Chase-Dunawa 6-0-6, Ted Festeryga 6-0-6 McMaster: Aram Eisho 7-0-7, N. Shorthill 6-0-6, S. Ventresca 5-0-5

2011 OUA FINAL STANDINGS Team

GP

W

L

PF

PA

PTS

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

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

7 7 6 5 5 4 3 2 1 0

1 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8

311 277 259 245 260 290 110 209 90 95

182 146 103 199 174 194 189 197 341 421

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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW CIS 2011 Statistical Leaders 2011 National Rankings

Date #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 Week 1 Laval Western McMaster Calgary Saskatchewan Week 2 Laval Western McMaster Calgary Saskatchewan Week 3 Laval Western Calgary Saskatchewan Sherbrooke Week 4 Laval Western Calgary Montreal Sherbrooke Week 5 Laval Western Calgary Montreal Sherbrooke Week 6 Laval Western Calgary Sherbrooke McMaster Week 7 Western Calgary Laval Sherbrooke Montreal Week 8 Western Calgary Laval Sherbrooke McMaster Week 9 Calgary Laval McMaster Western Montreal Week 10 Laval Calgary Western McMaster Sherbrooke

#6 #7 Regina Montreal Montreal Sherbrooke Montreal McMaster McMaster Saskatchewan McMaster Saint Mary’s Montreal Saskatchewan McMaster Saskatchewan Montreal Saint Mary’s Sherbrooke UBC UBC Montreal

#8 #9 #10 Sherbrooke Saint Mary’s Wilfrid Laurier Wilfrid Laurier Saint Mary’s UBC Saint Mary’s Ottawa Windsor Saint Mary’s UBC Manitoba UBC Saskatchewan Ottawa Saint Mary’s UBC Windsor Saint Mary’s UBC Ottawa UBC Ottawa Saskatchewan Queen’s Acadia Saskatchewan Queen’s Acadia Saskatchewan

Statistical Leaders PASSING RANK

1

STATISTICS LEGEND LONG

COMP

Completions

PLAYER

COMP

ATT

YDS

PCT

TD/INT

Billy Greene - UBC

171

286

2558

.598

20/4

ATT

Attempts Yards

2

Jordan Heather - Bishop’s

189

345

2509

.548

16/14

YDS

3

Jérémi Doyon-Roch - Sherbrooke

177

313

2383

.565

15/9

PCT

Percentage Touchdowns

4

Shane Kelly - Laurier

177

303

2383

.584

20/12

TD

5

Austin Kennedy - Windsor

138

212

2108

.651

20/5

INT

Interceptions Average

6

Aaron Colbon - Ottawa

137

249

2052

.550

18/10

AVG

7

Khaleal Williams - Manitoba

136

237

1937

.574

8/10

REC

Receptions Solo Tackles

8

Bruno Prud’Homme - Laval

151

232

1924

.651

11/7

SOLO

9

Alex Nadeau-Piuze

146

257

1894

.568

11/9

ASSIST

17/5

FG %

10

Kyle Graves - Acadia

121

204

1856

.593

ATT

YDS

AVG

TD

RUSHING RANK

PLAYER

1

Ryan Granberg - Queen’s

161

1068

6.6

9

2

Sébastien Lévesque - Laval

132

1059

8.0

10

3

Tyler Varga

135

799

5.9

15

4

Adrian Charles - Regina

175

911

5.2

4

5

Steven Lumbala - Calgary

111

898

8.1

7

6

Craig Leger - SMU

122

786

6.4

3

7

Brendan Gillanders - Ottawa

132

767

5.8

6

8

Anthony Coombs - Manitoba

84

640

7.6

8

9

Dave Boyd - UBC

86

469

5.5

1

10

Matt Walter - Calgary

63

542

8.6

4

LONG

RECEIVING RANK

PLAYER

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

1

Michael DiCroce - McMaster

48

904

18.8

6

2

Simon Le Marquand - Ottawa

57

867

15.2

6

3

Simon Charbonneau-Campeau - Sherbrooke

53

854

16.1

8

4

Jordan Brescacin - Windsor

50

773

15.5

7

5

Jordan Grieve

41

768

18.7

5

6

Alexander Fox - Bishop’s

48

689

14.4

6

7

Chris Dobko - Calgary

56

676

12.1

8

8

Kris Bastien - Concordia

38

656

17.3

5

9

Taylor Renaud - Acadia

30

653

21.8

5

54

652

12.1

3

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Assisted Tackles Field Goal Percentage


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

2011 SEASON IN REVIEW CIS 2011 Statistical Leaders Field Goals

Tackles

Rank

Player

23

1

Rank

Player

TOTAL

Solo

Assist

1

Max Caron – Concordia

78.5

67

MADE

ATT

FG%

Tyler Crapigna - McMaster

18

21

86%

William Dion - Sherbrooke

17

20

85%

2

J. Beaulieu-Richard – Montreal

68.5

54

29

2t

3

Jake Reinhart – Guelph

62.5

48

29

2t

Brett Lauther - Saint Mary’s

17

27

63%

Johnny Mark - Calgary

17

19

89%

4

Jason Hetherington - Alberta

5

Sam Hurl - Calgary

6

Tony Michaluk - Saskatchewan

7

Wilkerson DeSouza

61.5

52

19

2t

52

37

30

5

Nick Boyd - Manitoba

15

23

65%

Matthew Falvo - Ottawa

14

23

61%

49

37

24

6

48.5

47

3

7

Billy Pavlopoulos - UBC

13

19

68%

Pierre-Paul Gélinas - Montreal

12

16

75%

8t

Felipe Fonseca DaSilva - Sher.

48

39

18

8t

8t

M. McGarva - Windsor

48

45

6

8t

Keegan Treloar - Concordia

12

21

57%

Boris Bede - Laval

11

16

69%

10t

Duncan Morris - Alberta

47.5

40

15

10t

10t

Kevin Regimbald-Gagné - Sher.

47.5

40

15

10t

Lirim Hajrullahu - Western

11

21

52%

Austin Anderson - McGill

10

14

71%

12

Rob Jubenville - Acadia

13

Byron Perez-Archambault - Mtl

47

43

8

12t

46.5

36

21

12t

D. Ferraro - Guelph

10

14

71%

Dan Village - Queen’s

10

20

50%

Mathieu Paquette - Bishop’s

10

14

71%

14

Patrick Chendard - Sherbrooke

46

42

8

12t

15

Jermaine Lewis-Parris - Bishop’s

45.5

39

13

12t

16t

Samuel Aird - Laurier

45

34

22

16t

Dan West - Bishop’s

45

39

12

18t

Tom Labenski - Acadia

44

35

18

18t

Connor Ralph - Alberta

44

38

12

20

H. Hazime - York

43.5

31

25

21

Lauren Kroeker - Manitoba

42.5

28

29

22

Ed McNally - Acadia

42

31

22

23

Mitchell Bosch - Laurier

41.5

33

17

24t

M. Grandison - York

41

34

14

24t

Adam Konar - UBC

41

35

12

24t

Samael Lavaud - Laval

41

29

24

24t

Antoine Pruneau - Montreal

41

37

8

28t

Alex Hutchison - McGill

40.5

32

17

28t

O’Shane Daley - Bishop’s

40.5

33

15

28t

Eric Vincent - Manitoba

40.5

25

31

Passes Knocked Down Rank

Player

PKD

1t

K. Marchand-Wright - Saint Mary’s

9

1t

Ryland Smith - Bishop’s

9

3t

Chris Cull - Acadia

8

3t

Joffrey Gorin - McGill

8

5t

Pete Adams - Manitoba

7

5t

Matt Bond-Lapointe

7

5t

Andrew Lue - Queen’s

7

5t

K. Vaillancourt - Concordia

7

9

Eight players tied at

6

Scoring Rank

Player

TD

CONV

FG

SIN

PTS

1

Brett Lauther - Saint Mary’s

0

32

17

8

91

2

Tyler Varga - Western

15

0

0

0

90

3

Johnny Mark - Calgary

0

33

17

3

87

4

Tyler Crapigna - McMaster

0

31

18

0

85

5

William Dion - Sherbrooke

0

24

17

4

79

6

Matthew Falvo - Ottawa

0

27

14

6

75

7

Boris Bede - Laval

0

33

11

6

72

8t

Lirim Hajrullahu - Western

0

34

11

3

70

8t

Billy Pavlopoulos - UBC

0

27

13

4

70

10

Nick Boyd - Manitoba

0

22

15

2

69

11

Keegan Treloar - Concordia

0

23

12

6

65

12

Dan Village - Queen’s

0

28

10

5

63

13t

Sébastien Lévesque - Laval

12

0

0

0

60

13t

Nathan Riva - Western

12

0

0

0

60

15

Ronald Pfeffer

0

29

9

1

57

incl. T.J. Chase-Dunawa - Queen’s

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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW 2011 Final Statistics (Queen’s) SCHEDULE

RUSHING

Regular Season 9/5/2011

Player

McMASTER

ATT

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

L 2-26

Ryan Granberg

161

1068

6.6

9

88

28

152

5.4

2

18

9/10/2011

at Ottawa

L 6-19

Craig Rushon

9/17/2011

LAURIER

W 58-35

Billy McPhee

31

145

4.7

2

22

Justin Chapdelaine

16

86

5.4

0

20

(night game)

Aaron Dowd

11

53

4.8

0

23

(night game)

Keith Lagace

12

27

2.2

0

10

9/24/2011

at York

W 63-3

9/30/2011

at Toronto

W 13-6

10/8/2011

at Windsor

W 27-14

10/15/2011

WATERLOO

W 53-0

Sam Sabourin

1

7

7.0

0

7

W 37-0

Giovanni Aprile

7

7

1.2

1

10

Playoffs

Ryan Mitchell

2

1

0.5

0

1

10/29/2011

LAURIER

W 14-10

Dan Village

1

1

1.0

0

1

11/5/2011

at McMaster

L 40-13

Matt Ritchie

10/22/2011

WESTERN

SCORING Player

TD

FG

1PT

2PT

SING

PTS

Dan Village

0

10

28

0

5

63

Ryan Granberg

9

0

0

0

0

54

Giovanni Aprile

7

0

0

0

0

42

Billy McPhee

2

0

0

0

0

12

Craig Rushon

2

0

0

0

0

12

Justin Chapdelaine

2

0

0

0

0

12

Chris Patrician

2

0

0

0

0

12

Adam Carroll

2

0

0

0

0

12

Boris Isakov

1

0

0

0

0

6

Aaron Gazendam

1

0

0

0

0

6

Yann Dika-Balotoken

1

0

0

0

0

6

Joshua Sultana

1

0

0

0

0

6

Total

30

10

28

0

5

259*

Opponents

11

8

11

0

2

103

*team total includes eight safety touches

1

-1

-1.0

0

-1

Total

270

1546

5.7

14

88

Opponents

163

538

3.3

0

30

PASSING Player

COMP

ATT

YDS

PCT

TD/INT

LONG

Billy McPhee

108

213

1660

50.7

9/7

85

Ryan Mitchell

12

15

248

80.0

1/0

88

Justin Chapdelaine

1

2

13

50.0

0/0

0

Total

121

230

1888

52.6

10/7

88

Opponents

167

319

1933

52.4

9/14

76

NET OFFENSE Team

RUN

PASS

LOSS

NET

Queen’s

1525

1888

-71

3342

-

Opponents

538

1933

-33

2438

-

KICKOFFS Player

NO

YDS

AVG

Dan Village

39

1975

50.6

Total

39

1975

50.6

Opponents

23

1104

48.0

PUNTING

RECEIVING Player

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

Player

NO

YDS

AVG

LONG

Giovanni Aprile

31

594

19.2

4

88

Dan Village

67

2389

35.7

63

Justin Chapdelaine

30

524

17.5

2

74

Total

67

2389

35.7

63

Opponents

86

2784

32.4

55

Adam Carroll

15

230

15.3

1

49

Chris Patrician

14

194

13.9

2

59

Tom Howes

14

179

12.8

0

30

Player

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

Boris Isakov

5

67

13.4

0

38

Alex Carroll

41

463

11.3

1

70

9

57

6.3

0

24

PUNT RETURNS

Scott Macdonnell

5

56

11.2

0

26

Justin Chapdelaine

Ryan Granberg

3

24

8.0

0

20

Joshua Sultana

5

102

20.4

0

65

3

54

18.0

0

41

Aaron Gazendam

2

47

23.5

1

45

Giovanni Aprile

Keith Lagace

1

6

6.0

0

6

Evan Sequeira

1

3

3.0

0

3

1

0

0.0

0

0

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1

1

1.0

0

1

Cory Dyer

121

1922

15.9

10

88

Boris Isakov

0

18

0.0

1

18

76

Total

60

697

11.6

2

70

Opponents

52

447

8.6

0

47

167

1957

11.7

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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

2011 SEASON IN REVIEW 2011 Final Statistics (Queen’s) DEFENSIVE

INTERCEPTIONS

Player

SOLO

ASST

TOT

SACK

FF

FR

Player

INT.

YDS

AVG

TD

Matt Webster

25

5

27.5

0

0

0

TJ Chase-Dunawa

4

36

9.0

0

2

23

11.5

0

Sam Sabourin

23

8

27.0

1.5

0

1

Andrew Lue

Osie Ukwuoma

24

6

27.0

6

1

0

Joshua Sultana

2

18

9.0

0

1

0

0.0

0

Frank Pankewich

18

13

23.5

0.5

0

1

Ryan Farrell

Steven Laporte

16

15

23.5

0.5

0

0

Frank Pankewich

1

3

3.0

0

1

46

46.0

1

Andrew Lue

18

9

22.5

0

0

0

Yann Dika-Balotoken

Ben D’Andrea

20

3

21.5

0

0

0

Ben D’Andrea

1

0

0.0

0

1

-1

-1.0

0

Derek Wiggan

18

7

21.5

3

0

0

Osie Ukwuoma

T.J. Chase-Dunawa

18

6

21.0

0

0

0

Connor Moen

1

0

0.0

0

14

125

8.9

1

7

181

25.9

2

MADE

ATT

PCT

LONG

John Miniaci

12

5

14.5

3.5

1

0

Total

Joshua Sultana

10

9

14.5

0

0

1

Opponents

Ted Festeryga

13

3

14.5

0

0

0

Sean Plumley

13

2

14.0

0

1

0

Anthony Marino

11

4

13.0

0

0

0

Ryan Farrell

7

7

10.5

0

0

0

Dan Village

10

20

.500

47

Geoff Mohtadi

7

5

9.5

1

0

0

Total

10

20

.500

47

Nick Nucci

9

1

9.5

0

0

0

Evan Sequeira

6

2

7.0

0

0

0

Jason Tupper

4

1

4.5

0

0

0

MADE

ATT

PCT

Domenic DiCarlo

3

2

4.0

1

0

0

Justin Baronaitis

2

4

4.0

0

0

0

Dan Village

28

30

.933

Justin Chapdelaine

3

0

3.0

0

0

0

Total

29

30

.967

Chris Patrician

2

1

2.5

0

0

0

Opponents

11

11

1.000

Zach Fitterer

2

0

2.0

0

0

0

PENALTIES

Will Moodie

2

0

2.0

0

0

0

Queen’s - 63-582

Matt Ritchie

1

2

2.0

0

0

0

FIRST DOWNS

Luke Ball

1

1

1.5

0

0

0

Queen’s - 168

Aaron Dowd

1

1

1.5

0

0

0

Detlev Himmelman

1

0

1.0

0

0

0

TIME OF POSSESSION / GAME

Connor Moen

1

0

1.0

0

0

0

Mike Sullivan

1

0

1.0

0

0

0

Craig Rushon

1

0

1.0

0

0

0

Ryan Granberg

0

2

1.0

0

0

0

Christoph Smith

0

1

0.5

0

0

0

Boris Isakov

0

0

0.0

0

1

1

Total

304

128

368

19

5

6

Opponents

357

146

430

13

7

5

FIELD GOALS Player

1PT CONV. Player

Queen’s - 31:20

Opponents - 75-688

Opponents - 130

Opponents - 28:50

FUMBLES - LOST Queen’s - 12-5

Opponents - 11-6

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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

HISTORY Team Awards JOHNNY EVANS MEMORIAL AWARD MOST VALUABLE PLAYER After the untimely death of John Evans in a traffic accident in 1930, his former teammates dedicated a trophy to the memory of this great Queen’s star who captained the 1921 team and so inspired his teammates from his quarterback position that he is regarded as one of the greatest players ever to wear the Tricolour. 1932 .................................... Howard Carter 1933 .................................. Howard Hamlin 1934 ...........................................Ed Barnabe 1935 ........................................Clayton Krug 1936 ...................................Harry Sonshine 1937 ................................. Bernie Thornton 1938 .................................George Sprague 1939 ...................................Nick Paithouski 1940-44 .................................... (War years) 1945 .............................................Peter King 1946 .........................................Jim Crothers 1947 .........................................Bob Stevens 1948 ........................................... Peter Salari 1949 .......................................Dick Harrison 1950 ........................................... Peter Salari 1951 .................................... Ross McKelvey 1952 ........................................ Stu Kennedy 1953 ............................................Gary Lewis 1954 ......................................... Ron Stewart 1955 ...........................................Gus Braccia 1956 ......................................... Ron Stewart 1957 ......................................... Ron Stewart 1958 ........................................... Ron Delisle 1959 .......................................... Terry Porter

1960 .......................................... Dave Skene 1961 .......................................Gary Strickler 1962 .................................Peter Thompson 1963 ......................................... Bob Latham 1964 .............................................Jim Young 1965 ....................................Larry Ferguson 1966 ........................................Bayne Norrie 1967 ........................................Bayne Norrie 1968 ........................................ Keith Eamon 1969 ........................................ Keith Eamon 1970 ...........................................Heino Lilles 1971 ... Brian Warrender, Mike Lambros 1972 ......................................... Doug Cozac 1973 ...................................... Dave Hadden 1974 .....................................Darrell Penner 1975 .....................................Darrell Penner 1976 .....................................Darrell Penner 1977 ............. Jim Rutka, Dave Marinucci 1978 .............. Bob Mullen, Jim D’Andrea 1979 .......... Ed Andrew, Tom McCartney 1980 ..........................................Ross Francis 1981 ..................................Tom McCartney 1982 ..................................Tom McCartney 1983 ...................................Ross O’Doherty 1984 ..................................... Peter Harrison 1985 ............................................Larry Mohr 1986 ......................................... Steve Porter 1987 ...................................... Vince Panetta 1988 ........................................... Jock Climie 1989 ........................................... Jock Climie 1990 .....................................Paul Beresford 1991 .................................. Tim Pendergast 1992 .......................................... Brad Elberg 1993 ............................................Paul Kozan

#66 Matt O’Donnell shared Lineman of the Year honours with Dan Bederman and John Miniaci

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1994 ..................................Jonathon Taylor 1995 ................................................Rob Weir 1996 ..........................................Matt Carlyle 1997 .............................................Chris Gear 1998 ....................................... Paul Correale 1999 .................................. James MacLean 2000................................... James MacLean 2001................................... James MacLean 2002..................................Tommy Denison 2003..................................Tommy Denison 2004.................................................Matt Kirk 2005....................................Michael Patone 2006............................................... Rob Bagg 2007.............................................Mike Giffin 2008.......Mike Giffin, Danny Brannagan 2009...............................Danny Brannagan 2010....................................Jimmy Therrien 2011.....................................Ryan Granberg

ORRIN CARSON AWARD LINEMAN OF THE YEAR A star on the line of the great Queen’s teams that won three consecutive Grey Cup championships (1922, 1923, 1924), Orrin Carson later served as the Gaels head coach (1927-1928). His memory is honoured with the trophy awarded annually to the most outstanding lineman on the team that year, as judged by his teammates. 1972 ...................................Dave Whiteside 1973 .......................................Ian Anderson 1974 ..........................................Darryl Craig 1975 ..........................................Darryl Craig 1976 .........................................Doug Lowry 1977 .......................................... Dick Bakker

1978 ..........................................Ross Francis 1979 .............................................Jim Muller 1980 ..........................................Ross Francis 1981 ................................................. Rob Ball 1982 ...................................Tony McDowell 1983 ........Tony McDowell. Dave Dakers 1984 .........................................Mark Oakley 1985 ...........................................Mike Schad 1986 .. Charlie Galunic, Frank Kakouros 1987 ..................................... Terry Edwards 1988 ........................................ Matt Clifford 1989 ........................................ Matt Clifford 1990 ........ B. McDonald. Dirk Brubacher 1991 ........................................ Ron Herman 1992 ................................................. Eric Dell 1993 ................................... Mark Robinson 1994 ................................... Mark Robinson 1995 ......................................Ken Kirkwood 1996 ..................................... James Osborn 1997 ...........................................Garth Scott 1998 ......................................Rob Chalmers 1999 .................................... Barrett Preuter 2000....... Jon Landon (O), Corey Trudeau (D) 2001............ Ramsay Ida (O), Jon Landon (D) 2002....... Jon Landon (O), Corey Trudeau (D) 2003............ Ryan Freeman (O), Matt Kirk (D) 2004..........Sean O’Donnell (O), Matt Kirk (D) 2005......... Ryan Freeman (O), Neil Puffer (D) 2006....... Sean O’Donnell (O), Neil Puffer (D) 2007 .... Cody Kennedy (O), Osie Ukwuoma (D) 2008.......... Dan Bederman (O),Osie Ukwuoma (D) 2009...... Matt O’Donnell (O), Shomari Williams (D) 2010........ Matt O’Donnell (O), Dan Bederman (O), .....................................................................John Miniaci (D)

2011..... Michael Sullivan (O), Osie Ukwuoma (D)

Jimmy Therrien was named the Gaels MVP in 2010 which was the first time he won the award.


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

HISTORY Team Awards LOU BRUCE MEMORIAL AWARD DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Presented by the members of the 1955 Yates Cup championship team in memory of Lou Bruce, defensive end from 1952 to 1955. 1985 ......................................Tom Langford 1986 ......................................Tom Langford 1987 ......................................Tom Langford 1988 ..............................................John Yach 1989 ..........................................Mike Boone 1990 ..........................................Mike Boone 1991 ..........................................Mike Boone 1992 ......................................Joel Dagnone 1993 ..................................... Mark Johnson 1994 ............................................... Tim Ware 1995 ...................................Paul Greenhow 1996 .................................Dave Bannatyne 1997 .................................................. Jim Aru 1998 .................................................. Jim Aru 1999 .................................... Jason Wimmer 2000................................ Callum O’Connor 2001....................................Andrew Peppin 2002....................................Andrew Peppin 2003.......................................Curt McLellan 2004....................................Michael Patone 2005............................................. Ian Hazlett 2006.............................................Adam Ross 2007........................................Thaine Carter 2008........................................Thaine Carter 2009........................................... Jimmy Allin 2010.......................................Sam Sabourin 2011.................................... Osie Ukwuoma

ROYAL TODD MEMORIAL AWARD ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Presented as a memorial to Royal Todd, who played on the Queen’s junior football team. It was originally awarded to the player who was judged by his team-mates the most valuable player on the junior team. Since the discontinuance of the junior and intermediate football teams, it has been awarded to the most outstanding rookie on the football team 1929 ................................... Fred Alexander 1930 .......................................J. F. McNichol 1931 .........................................W. L. Daniels 1932 ........................................ T. B. Doherty 1933 .................................... R. A. Sheppard 1934 .........................................J. D. Davoud 1935 ................................. Donald Williams 1936 .................................. Nick Paithowski 1937 ............................................. Alan Clark 1938 ................................. I. J. McDonough 1939 ..................................... Ken Chapman 1940 .................................................W. Pardy 1941 ............................................... H. Martin 1942 .......................................... A. L. Sharpe 1943 .......................................John Milliken 1944 .................................A. G. Kniewasser 1945 ............................................... H. Lawler 1946 .......................................M. Hriskevich 1947 ....................................... Not Awarded 1948 ...............................................H. Simola 1949 ............................................J. Shipman 1950 .....................................J. E. McCombe 1951 ...................................N. Speropoulus

1952 .............................................Fred Flynn 1953 ........................................... C. Lenahan 1954 ........................................... Ron Delisle 1955 .........................................Paul Corbett 1956 .................................................J. Turner 1957 .......................................... Terry Porter 1958 ........................................ Gary Stickler 1959 ..................................Don Rasmussen 1960 ......................................... Bob Latham 1961 ......................................... Bill Edwards 1962 ....................................... James Young 1963 .........................................Tom Beynon 1964 ......................................Brian Parnega 1965 ....................................... Theron Graig 1966 ................................. Rick Van Buskirk 1967 ........................................Doug Walker 1968 .............................................Cam Innes 1969 ..................................... Mike Lambros 1970 ................................................Stu Lang 1971 ...................................... Dave Hadden 1972 .....................................Darrell Penner 1973, 1974 ...................................not awarded 1975 .......................................... Dick Bakker 1976 ............................................Ed Andrew 1977 ...................................... Greg Sherwin 1978 ..................................Tom McCartney 1979 ........................................... Bob Wright 1980 ............................................Larry Mohr 1981 .....................................Scott Bissessar 1982 ......................................Steve Hudson 1983..Mark Burleigh, Tom Langford ,Ted Bergeron 1984 ................................... Charlie Galunic 1985........................ Jeff Bell, Matt Clifford 1986 ...................................Stuart Harshaw 1987 ...........................................Dan Wright 1988 ..........................................Mike Boone 1989 ................................................. Eric Dell 1990 ................................... Mark Robinson 1991 ................................... Bryce Ivanchuk 1992 ..........................................Chris Finner 1993 ................................... Jason Morrison 1994 .................................................. Jim Aru 1995 ....................................... Paul Correale 1996 ..................................Vern dos Santos 1997 .................................. James MacLean 1998 .......................................... Jon Landon 1999 .....................................Corey Trudeau 2000................................... John Northcote 2001....................................Bryan Crawford 2002.............................................Brad Smith 2003................................... Sean O’Donnell 2004..............................................Neil Puffer 2005...............................Danny Brannagan 2006........................................ Addison Rich 2007.................................. Kyle MacDonald 2008......................................... Josh Sultana 2009......................................... John Miniaci 2010.......................................Sam Sabourin 2011....................................... Justin Gleben

2006.............................................Adam Ross 2007............................................... Rob Bagg 2008................. Neil Puffer, Scott Valberg 2009...............................Danny Brannagan 2010....................................Blaise Morrison 2011............................ Justin Chapdelaine

BILL MIKLAS AWARD

2009........................................Scott Valberg 2010................................... Devan Sheahan 2011.....................................Ryan Granberg

JUSTIN SCHWEIG TROPHY Awarded annually to the Most Improved Player.

Named in memory of Bill Miklas (player 1960-1964; assistant coach 1965-66, 1970-00), this trophy is awarded to the Gael Football Player, who best combines academic, athletic and a commitment to Queen’s University.

2007..................................... D.J. Mulholland 2008..................................... Matt O’Donnell 2009.................................Frank Pankewich 2010....................................Giovanni Aprile 2011.........................................Sean Plumley

2000....................................Andrew Peppin 2001..............................................Jeff Colvin 2002................................. Michael Douglas 2003.......................................Curt McLellan 2004..... Frank Secretain, Andrew Smith 2005.........................................Mike Hendry 2006............................................. Ryan Elger 2007...........................................Paul Boshyk 2008..............................................T.J. Leeper 2009.................................... Osie Ukwuoma 2010....................................Will vanRuyven 2011.................................Frank Pankewich

BOB HOWES AWARD

DOUG HARGREAVES AWARD Awarded annually to the Most Outstanding Offensive Player.

Awarded annually to the Most Outstanding Special Teams Player. 2001..................................Will Vreugdenhil 2002....................................Bryan Crawford 2003...........................................Chris Rogan 2004............................................. Ian Hazlett 2005............................................. Ryan Elger 2006.............................................Adam Ross 2007........................................... Jimmy Allin 2008........................................... Jimmy Allin 2009........................................... Jimmy Allin 2010............................................ Dan Village 2011....................................Giovanni Aprile

2002..................................Tommy Denison 2003............................................Craig Spear 2004..........................................Iain Fleming 2005.............................................Brad Smith 2006............................................... Rob Bagg 2007.............................................Mike Giffin 2008...............................Danny Brannagan

HAL McCARNEY AWARD Awarded annually to the Most Dedicated Football Player. 2001............................................Craig Spear 2002............................................Craig Spear 2003............................................Craig Spear 2004................................... Sean McKinnon 2005..................................Ryan Bechmanis

Osie Ukwuoma was awarded the 2009 Bill Miklas Award for academics and athletic excellence

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LEAGUE/CONFERENCE AWARDS CIS AWARDS HEC CRIGHTON TROPHY

Most Valuable Player - CIS 1985..........................................................................Larry Mohr 2002..................................................................... Tom Denison 2003..................................................................... Tom Denison

J.P. METRAS TROPHY

Lineman of the Year - CIS 1977...........................................................................Dick Baker 1979...........................................................................Jim Muller 1985.........................................................................Mike Schad

PRESIDENTS’ TROPHY

Standup Defensive Player of the Year - CIS 2008.....................................................................Thaine Carter

GINO FRACAS AWARD

Tom Denison was a two-time Hec Crighton Award recipient (2002, 2003)

Volunteer Coach; Career Service - CIS 1992.........................................................................Bob Mullen 1993............................................................................Bill Miklas 1997................................................................. Rita Sue Bolton

TSN RUSS JACKSON AWARD

1986................................................................. Charlie Galunic 1989.......................................................................... Jock Clime 2003....................................................................Curt McLellan

FRANK TINDALL TROPHY

Coach of the Year - CIS 1983.............................................................Doug Hargreaves 2008.......................................................................Pat Sheahan

TED MORRIS TROPHY (MVP - VANIER CUP)

1968..........................................................................Don Bayne 1978..........................................................................Ed Andrew 1992........................................................................ Brad Elberg 2009............................................................Danny Brannagan

OUTSTANDING PLAYER - VANIER CUP

1992............................................................................... Eric Dell 2009.........................................................................Chris Smith

CHURCHILL BOWL MVP

1983........................................................................Bill Barrable 1992.................................................................James Paterson

ATLANTIC BOWL MVP

1978............................................................................ Jim Rutka

MITCHELL BOWL MVP

2009............................................................. Shomari Williams

OUA AWARDS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

1957....................................................................... Ron Stewart 1961......................................................................... Cal Connor 1964...........................................................................Jim Young 1965..........................................................................Don Bayne 1970.........................................................................Heino Lilles 1977............................................................ Bob O’Dougherty 2002...............................................................Tommy Denison 2003...............................................................Tommy Denison 2008..........................................................................Mike Giffin

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Volunteer Coach of the Year 2010................................................................. Bob Vespaziani

LINEMAN OF THE YEAR

J.P. Metras Trophy 1977........................................................................ Dick Bakker 1979...........................................................................Jim Muller 2003..............................................................................Matt Kirk 2008................................................................. Osie Ukwuoma 2010.................................................................Matt O’Donnell 2011................................................................. Osie Ukwuoma

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Sam Sabourin 20010 Norm Marshall Trophy - Rookie of the Year

President’s Trophy 2008.....................................................................Thaine Carter

OQIFC AWARDS

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

OUTSTANDING PLAYER - OQIFC

Norm Marshall Trophy 1977..................................................................Gord Goodwin 1979......................................................................... Bob Wright 2005............................................................Danny Brannagan 2010....................................................................Sam Sabourin

1984................................................................... Peter Harrison 1985..........................................................................Larry Mohr 1988......................................................................... Jock Climie 1992........................................................................ Brad Elberg

RUSS JACKSON AWARD NOMINEE

2002.............................................................. Michael Douglas 2003....................................................................Curt McLellan 2009.............................................................................TJ Leeper

1985.........................................................................Mike Schad 1990.............................................................Bernie McDonald 1991...................................................................... Ron Herman 1992............................................................................... Eric Dell

MVP - YATES CUP

OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE PLAYER - OQIFC

OUTSTANDING LINEMAN - OQIFC

Dalt White Trophy 2009............................................................Danny Brannagan

1990........................................................................Mike Boone

COACH OF THE YEAR

1980..........................................................................Larry Mohr 1995..................................................................... Paul Correale 1998........................................................................ Jon Landon

1976.............................................................Doug Hargreaves 1977.............................................................Doug Hargreaves 2001.......................................................................Pat Sheahan 2007.......................................................................Pat Sheahan 2008.......................................................................Pat Sheahan Matt O’Donnell 2010 J.P. Metras Trophy - Lineman of the Year

DAVID “TUFFY” KNIGHT

OUA MALE COACH OF THE YEAR Fox 40 Award 2009.......................................................................Pat Sheahan

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR - OQIFC

COACH OF THE YEAR - OQIFC

1983.............................................................Doug Hargreaves 1989.............................................................Doug Hargreaves 1991.............................................................Doug Hargreaves 1995.........................................................................Bob Howes 1997.........................................................................Bob Howes


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

ALL-TIME CAPTAINS All-Time Captains (1921-Present)

Tim Pendergast (1990)

Charlie Galunic (1986 & 1987)

Danny Brannagan (2008, 2009)

1921

Johnny Evans

1958

Jocko Thompson

1987

Tom Langford, Charlie Galunic

1922

Red McKelvey

1959

Kent Plumley, Gary Strickler

1988

Randy Zarichny, Paul Senyshyn

1923

Bill Campbell

1960

Don Robb, Gary Strickler

1989

Matt Clifford, Doug Corbett

1924

Pep Leadlay

1961

Dave Skene

1990

Tim Pendergast, Mike Boone

1925

Harry Batstone

1962

Dave Skene, Terry Porter

1991

1926

Liz Walker

1963

Don Rasmussen

Mike Boone, Paul Beresford, Dan Wright, Dan Pawliw

1927

Cliff Howard

1964

John Erikson, Bob Latham

1992

1928

Bubs Britton

1965

Merv Daub, Cal Connor

Mike Boone, Brad Elberg, Don Rorwick

1929

Ike Sutton

1966

Larry Ferguson, Frank Arment

1993

Joel Dagnone, Brad Elberg, Don Rorwick

1930

Ian Gorley

1967

Don Bayne, Bayne Norrie

1994

Tim Ware, Mark Robinson

1931

Gib McKelvey

1968

Bob Climie, Ron Brooke

1995

1932

Howard Carter

1969

Bob Climie, Jim Tait

Tim Ware, Ken Kirkwood, Rob Weir

1933

Howard Hamlin

1970

Cam Innes, Jim McKeen

1996

Paul Greenhow, Matt Carlyle

1934

John Kostuik

1971

Brian Warrender, Mike Lambros

1997

Matt Carlyle, Dave Bannatyne

1935

Johnny Wing

1972

Brian Warrender, Gord Squires

1998

Beau Howes, Jim Aru

1999

Beau Howes, James MacLean, Chris Robin, Jason Wimmer

2000

Jon Landon, James MacLean, Chris Robin, Jason Wimmer, Ramsey Ida

1936

Ed Barnabe

1973

Dave Whiteside

1937

George Sprague

1974

Dave Hadden, John Waddell

1938

Art Stollery

1975

Darrell Penner, Darryl Craig

1939

Doug Annan

1976

George Carson

Maurice St. Martin, Norm Haggerty

2001

1940

James MacLean, Jeff Colvin, Jon Landon, Andrew Peppin

1941-44

(War years)

1977

2002

1945

Jack Milliken

Larry Small, Randy Edgeworth, Jim D’Andrea

Jon Landon, Craig Spear, Curtis McLellan, Corey Trudeau

1946

Bob Stevens

1978

Jim D’Andrea, Randy Edgeworth

2003

1947

Al Lenard

1979

Jim D’Andrea, Pat Plishka

Andrew Stead, Corey Trudeau, Craig Spear, Curtis McLellan

Al Lenard

Ed Andrew, John Wilson

2004

1948

1980

1949

Ross McKelvey

1981

Rob Ball, Tom McCartney, Tony McDowell

Sean McKinnon, Andrew Smith, Matt Kirk, Philippe Champagne

2005

1950

Jim Charters

1982

1951

Harry Lampman

Tom McCartney, Tony McDowell, Phil Marsland

Andrew Joyner, Ryan Freeman, Ian Hazlett, Michael Patone

2006

Rob Bagg, Adam Ross

1952

Jack Roberts

1983

Tony McDowell, Phil Marsland

2007

Rob Bagg, Matt Vickers

1953

Gary Lewis

1984

2008

Danny Brannagan, Thaine Carter

1954

Jack Cook

John Larsen, Larry Mohr, Jeff Kyle, Ian Deakin

2009

Danny Brannagan, Osie Ukwuoma

1955

Gary Lewis

1985

Tom Langford, Larry Mohr

2010

Dan Bederman, Alex Daprato

1956

Gary Lewis

1986

Tom Langford, Charlie Galunic, John Flannery

2011

Stephen Laporte, Tom Howes

1957

Karl Quinn, Dave Wilson

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ALL-CANADIANS 1920’s-1940’s (Liberty All-Canadians) James Britton, Johnny Evans, John Kostuik Dave Harding, Bernie Thornton, Abe Zvonkin

2000 (2) James MacLean, Inside Receiver (2nd); Jon Landon, Tackle (2nd)

1950’s-1960’s (Liberty All-Canadians) Lou Bruce, Keith Eaman, Jim Hughes, Gary Lewis, Ron Stewart, Jim Young

2001 (1) James MacLean, Inside Receiver

1975 (1) Darrell Penner, Defensive Back 1976 (1) Darrell Penner, Defensive Back 1977 (1) Dick Bakker, Defensive Tackle 1978 (1) Dick Bakker, Defensive Tackle 1979 (2) Jim Muller, Defensive Line; Ed Andrew, Linebacker 1980 (1) Ross Francis, Offensive Tackle 1981 (1) Tom Macartney, Slotback 1984 (1) Norm Pfenning, Defensive Back 1985 (1) Larry Mohr, Running Back; Mike Schad, Tackle 1986 (1) Frank Kakouros, Guard (2nd) 1987 (1) Charlie Galunic (2nd), Tom Langford (2nd) 1988 (1) Jock Climie, Wide Receiver, Matt Clifford, Defensive Line (2nd) 1989 (3) Jock Climie, Wide Receiver, Mike Boone, Linebacker (2nd), Matt Clifford, Defensive Line (2nd) 1990 (1) Mike Boone, Linebacker 1991 (4) Ron Herman, Centre; Mike Boone, Linebacker (2nd); Eric Dell, Defensive Line (2nd); Jason Moller, Guard (2nd) 1992 (4) Brad Elberg, Running Back; Eric Dell, Defensive Tackle; Joel Dagnone, Safety (2nd); Tom Black, Centre (2nd) 1993 (1) Mark Robinson, Tackle (2nd) 1994 (1) Jonathan Taylor (2nd) 1995 (1) Paul Greenhow, Cornerback 1996 (3) Jim Aru (2nd), James Osborn (2nd), Matt Carlyle (2nd) 1998 (3) Jim Aru, Defensive End (2nd); James Osborn, Defensive Tackle (2nd) 1999 (2) James MacLean, Inside Receiver; Jason Wimmer, Cornerback

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2002 (3) Tommy Denison, Quarterback; Brad Smith, Inside Receiver; Jon Landon, Centre (2nd) 2003 (4) Tommy Denison, Quarterback; Craig Spear, Inside Receiver; Jack Gaudreau, Defensive End (2nd); Matt Kirk, Defensive Tackle (2nd) 2004 (1) Iain Fleming, Inside Receiver (2nd) 2006 (1) Brad Smith, Inside Receiver 2007 (4) Mike Giffin, Running Back; Osie Ukwuoma, Defensive End (2nd); Rob Bagg, Inside Receiver (2nd); Cody Kennedy, Tackle (2nd)

Eric Dell - 1991, 1992

2008 (8) Mike Giffin, Running Back; Scott Valberg, Wide Receiver; Osie Ukwuoma, Defensive End; Dee Sterling, Defensive Tackle; Thaine Carter, Linebacker; Jimmy Allin, Kick Returner; Danny Brannagan, Quarterback (2nd); Vince DeCivita, Guard (2nd) 2009 (4) Jimmy Allin, Cornerback; Matt O’Donnell, Tackle; Osie Ukwuoma, Defensive End; Scott Valberg, Inside Receiver 2010 (1) Matt O’Donnell, Tackle 2011 (3) Ryan Granberg, Running Back (2nd), Andrew Lue, Cornerback (2nd), Sam Sabourin, Linebacker (2nd)

Tom Denison - 2002, 2003

Osie Ukwuoma - 2007, 2008, 2009


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

ACADEMIC ALL-CANADIANS

Academic All-Canadians (Since 1993) 1993: Tawfic Abu-Zahra, Jason Capello, Robert Chalmers, Joel Dagnone, Chris Gear, Jamie Lewin, Mark Morrison, Kevin Parker, Mark Robinson, Jonathan Taylor, Sean Walter, Kyle Wanzel 1994: Pat Causey, Rob Chalmers, Tyler Kudar, Mark Morrision, Kevin Parker, Mark Robinson, Jonathan Taylor, Sean Walter 1995: Tawfic Abu-Zahra, Rob Chalmers, Chris Gear, Gary Kay, James Osborn, Kevin Parker, Glen Young 1996: Rob Chalmers, Ken Radcliffe, Greg Wetmore, Glen Young 1997: Chris Gear, Beau Howes, Ken Radcliffe, Roby Ryan, Greg Wetmore

Curt McLellan

1998: Jim Aru, Matt Rasmussen, Darren Cassidy, Rob Chalmers, Dustin Fallscheer, Mike Fishbein, Norbert Folkens, Dimitri Haddad, Beau Howes, Chris Moad, Steve Moore, James Osborne, Ken Radcliffe, Roby Ryan, Jonathan Taylor, Max Turner, Brad Webb, Greg Wetmore

2005: Jimmy Allin, Ryan Bechmanis, Ryan Elger, Ali Clarkson, Mike Hendry, Eric Isenor, Andrew Joyner, TJ Leeper, Ryan Vettorazzo, Mike Walker 2006: Eric Isenor, Ian Hazlett, Ryan Vettorazzo, Paul Boshyk, Ryan Elger, Taylor Morassutti, Mike Walker, Alex Patrick 2007: Jimmy Allin, Paul Boshyk, T.J. Leeper, Kyle MacDonald, Michael Walker 2008: Jimmy Allin, Colin Boyle, T.J. Leeper, Kyle MacDonald, Blaise Morrison, Patrick Sullivan, William Van Ruyven 2009: Andrew Kerr, T.J. Leeper, Kyle MacDonald, Blaise Morrison, Frank Pankewich, Dylan Petrin, Mark Surya, Scott Valberg, William VanRuyven 2010: Kyle MacDonald, Blaise Morrison, Frank Pankewich, Dylan Petrin, Addison Rich, Patrick Sullivan, William VanRuyven 2011: Ryan Farell, Justin Gleben, Aaron Gazendam, Frank Pankewich, Boris Isakov, Cory Dyer, Nick Nucci, Sean Plumley, Matthew Kendrick, Ted Festeryga

1999: Ben Burt, Michael Fishbein, Beau Howes, Al McNish, Andrew Miners, Christopher Moad, Callum O’Connor, Roby Ryan, Andrew Smith, Greg Wetmore 2000: Alan Cheng, Michael Douglas, Christopher Robyn, William Leeper, Alastair Perry, Curt McLellan, Andrew Peppin, Frank Secretain, Andrew Smith, Andrew Moad, Michael Fishbein 2001: David Barbic, Michael Douglas, Nathan Gorham, Ramsey Ida, William Leeper, Alastair Perry, Curt McLellan, Andrew Peppin, Frank Secretain, Andrew Smith 2002: Michael Douglas, Mike Hendry, William Leeper, Curt McLellan, John Northcote, Frank Secretain, Andrew Smith 2003: Eric Isenor, Mike Hendry, Sean McKinnon, Marc Mitchell, Mitchell Smith, Andrew Smith, David Brown, Ian Bazlett Ryan Bechmanis

Kyle MacDonald

2004: Ali Clarkson, Eric Isenor, Andrew Joyner, Craig Losos, Colin Eadie, Mike Hendry, Ian Hazlett, Chris Napoli, Frank Secretain, Alex Vanags, Ryan Vettorazzo

Ian Hazlett

Frank Pankewich

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LEAGUE ALL-STARS The following record of past all-stars has been compiled from available lists of CIRFU, OQAA/SIFL, OUAA/O-QIFC, OQIFC and OUA all-stars since 1946. Archaic offensive line position names (i.e. snap, inside, middle, outside) have been changed to reflect their current names; otherwise the positions are stated as awarded. 1933 (4) Curly Krug, Halfback; Mike Kostiuk, Centre; Abe Zvonkin, Tackle; Bill Glass, End

1958 (3) Terry Porter, Halfback; Don Robb, End; Ron Delisle, Linebacker

1934 (3) Reg Barker, Centre; Abe Zvonkin, Tackle; Bob Elliot, End

1959 (1) Terry Porter, Corner Linebacker

1935 (5) Harry Sonshine, Flying Wing; Johnny Munroe, Halfback; Reg Barker, Centre; Bob Weir, Guard; Abe Zvonkin, Tackle 1936 (3) Harry Sonshine, Flying Wing; Curly Krug, Halfback; George Sprague, Tackle 1937 (3) Johnny Munroe, Halfback; Charlie Peck, Tackle; Bernie Thornton, End 1938 (2) Jerry Conlin, Guard; George Sprague, Tackle 1939 (2) Nick Paithouski, Centre; Jerry Conlin, Guard 1945 (2) Jack Parry, Halfback; Bob Stevens, Tackle; Pete King, End 1946 (1) Dave Rozumniak, Halfback 1947 (1) Al Lenard, Quarterback 1948 (3) Al Lenard, Quarterback; Jim Charters, Centre; Al Bandiera, Guard 1949 (3) Al Lenard, Half; Jack Logan, End; Pete Salari, Guard 1950 (4) 2nd Team: Doug Woolley, End; Jack Logan, End; Pete Salari, Guard; Gary Lewis, Centre 1951 (2) Ross McKelvey, Half; Harry Lampman, End 1952 (3) 1st Team: Jack Roberts, Half; Sherm Hood, End; Tony Arnoldi, End 1953 (3) Ron Stewart, Half; Gary Lewis, Centre; Jack Cook, End 1954 (2) Ron Stewart, Half; Sherm Hood, Guard 1955 (5) Ron Stewart, Halfback; Gary Schreider, Halfback; Gary Lewis, Centre; Jim Hughes, Tackle; Lou Bruce, End 1956 (7) 1st Team: Gary Lewis, Centre; Jim Hughes, Tackle; John Moshelle, Quarterback; Ron Stewart, Halfback; 2nd Team: Rusty Radchuk, Guard; Al Kocman, Halfback; Karl Quinn, Halfback 1957 (3) Ron Stewart, Halfback/Defensive Back; Paul Fedor, End; Terry Dolan, Linebacker

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1960 (7) Don Robb, End; Mike Wicklum, Fullback; Robin Ritchie, Fullback; George Bethune, Defensive Guard; Gary Strickler, Outside LB; Dave Skene, Inside LB; Kent Plumley, Safety 1961 (8) John Erickson, Guard; Frank Tindall Jr., End; Cal Connor, Quarterback; Gary Lucenti, Defensive Tackle; Gary Strickler, Inside Linebacker; Wayne McGill, Outside Linebacker; Dave Skene, Outside Linebacker; Kent Plumley, Defensive Back 1962 (6) Terry Porter, Centre; John Erickson, Guard; Jim Young, Fullback; Merv Daub, Middle Guard; Don Plumley, Outside Linebacker; Keny Plumley, Defensive Half 1963 (9) Bill Miklas, Guard; John Erickson, Guard; Don Rasmussen, Tackle; Peter Thompson, End; Cal Connor, Quarterback; Jim Young, Fullback/Defensive Half; Merv Daub, Middle Guard; Jim Greenwood, Defensive Tackle; Larry Ferguson, Defensive End 1964 (11) Jim Young, Halfback; Heino Lilles, Halfback; Cal Connor, Quarterback; Bill Miklas, Guard; John Erickson, Tackle; Pete Thompson, End; Guy Potvin, Defensive Back; John Crouchman, Inside Linebacker; Merv Daub, Defensive Guard; Frank Arment, Defensive Tackle; Bill Ferguson, Defensive End 1965 (6) Brian Parnega, Guard; Larry Ferguson, End; Guy Potvin, Defensive Back; Bob Latham, Linebacker; Merv Daub, Linebacker; Frank Arment, Defensive Tackle 1966 (7) Brian Parnega, Guard; Jamie Johnston, Halfback; Frank Arment, Defensive End; Carl Di Giacoma, Inside Linebacker; Larry Ferguson, Corner Linebacker; Bayne Norrie, Defensive Back; Guy Potvin, Defensive Back

Cam Innes, Centre; James Sherritt, Defensive Tackle; Mike Lambros, Defensive Back 1971 (7) Donald Gordon, Guard; Don Smith, Tackle, Brian Warrender, Halfback; Gord McLellan, Halfback; Jim Sherritt, Defensive End; Mike Lambros, Inside Linebacker; Joe Pal, Defensive Back 1972 (2) Geoff Hamlin, Halfback; Doug Cozac, Defensive Back 1973 (2) Dave Hadden, Halfback; Darrell Penner, Defensive Back 1974 (1) Darrell Penner, Defensive Back 1975 (1) Darrell Penner, Defensive Back 1976 (7) Doug Lowry, Centre; Randy Edgeworth, Guard; Dick Bakker, Defensive Tackle; Mike O’Connor, Linebacker; Jim D’Andrea, Halfback; Darrell Penner, Defensive Back; Blaine Shore, Place Kicker 1977 (7) Bob O’Doherty, Slotback; Randy Edgeworth, Guard; Blaine Shore, Guard; Dick Bakker, Defensive Tackle; John Vernon, Linebacker; Larry Small, Defensive Back; Jim D’Andrea, Defensive Back 1978 (9) Dave Marinucci, Fullback; Bob O’Doherty, Slotback; Pat Plishka, Centre; Randy Edgeworth, Guard; Dick Bakker, Defensive Tackle; Ed Andrew, Linebacker; John Vernon, Linebacker; Jim D’Andrea, Defensive Back; Ted Tyczka, Defensive Back 1979 (9) John Wilson, Guard; Ross Francis, Tackle; Francis Sheridan, Tight End; Blaine Shore, Place Kicker; Tim Wardrop, Punter; Jim Muller, Defensive End; Ed Andrew, Linebacker; Ted Tyczka, Defensive Back; Jim D’Andrea, Defensive Back

1967 (5) Jamie Johnston, Halfback; Bob Climie, Guard; Bayne Norrie, Defensive Back; Carl Di Giacoma, Inside Linebacker; Joel Anderson, Defensive End 1968 (8) Doug Walker, Defensive Tackle; Jim Turnbull, Defensive Half; Rick Van Buskirk, Split End; Heino Lilles, Flanker; Bob Clime, Guard; Brian Pamega, Guard; Don Bayne, Quarterback; Keith Eaman, Halfback 1969 (5) Rick Van Buskirk, Tight End; Bob Climie, Guard; Keith Eaman, Halfback; Jim Sherritt, Defensive End; Mike Lambros, Defensive Back 1970 (7) Heino Lilles, Running Back; Keith Eaman, Running Back; Don McIntyre, Tackle; Mike Stoneham, Guard;

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LEAGUE ALL-STARS (CONT.) 1980 (5) John Wilson, Guard; Ross Francis, Tackle; Larry Mohr, Running Back; Rob Ball, Defensive Line; Ed Andrew, Linebacker 1981 (4) Larry Mohr, Running Back; Bob Bronk, Running Back; Tom Macartney, Slotback; Rob Ball, Defensive Line 1982 (4) Tony McDowell, Guard; Scott Bissessar, Wide Receiver; Tom Macartney, Slotback; Larry Mohr, Running Back 1983 (7) Tony McDowell, Guard; Ross O’Doherty, Slotback; Bill Barrable, Place Kicker; Dave Dakers, Defensive Line; Gary Kynoch, Defensive Line; Phil Marsland, Linebacker; Norm Pfenning, Defensive Back 1984 (6) Charlie Galunic, Guard; Mark Oakley, Tackle; Peter Harrison, Quarterback; Gary Kynoch, Defensive Line; Tom Langford, Linebacker; Norm Pfenning, Defensive Back 1985 (6) Charlie Galunic, Guard; Mike Schad, Tackle; Steve Hudson, Tackle; Larry Mohr, Running Back; Tom Langford, Linebacker; Mark Burleigh, Defensive Back 1986 (4) Frank Kakouros, Guard; Charlie Galunic, Tackle; Steve Stewart, Defensive Line, Tom Langford, Linebacker 1987 (5) Charlie Galunic, Guard; Bernie McDonald, Tackle; Terry Edwards, Defensive Line; Tom Langford, Linebacker; Randy Zarichny, Defensive Back 1988 (5) Rob Steller, Centre; Bernie McDonald, Tackle; Jock Climie, Wide Receiver; Matt Clifford, Defensive Line; John Yach, Linebacker 1989 (7) Bernie McDonald, Tackle; Jock Climie, Wide Receiver; Reid McGruer, Inside Receiver; Matt Clifford, Defensive Line; Mike Boone, Linebacker; Randy Zarichny, Defensive Back; Jamie Galloway, Place Kicker 1990 (6) Bernie McDonald, Tackle; Dan Wright, Tight End; Paul Beresford, Running Back; Dick Brubacker, Defensive Line; Mike Boone, Linebacker; Randy Zarichny, Defensive Back

1995 (7) Stuart Dafoe, Guard; Ken Kirkwood, Tackle; Rob Weir, Wide Receiver; Paul Correale, Running Back; Karl Rasmussen, Defensive Line; Tim Ware, Linebacker; Paul Greenhow, Linebacker 1996 (8) Matt Carlyle, Inside receiver; Jim Aru, Linebacker; Paul Correale, Running Back; James Osborn, Defensive Tackle; Chris Gear, Wide Receiver; Dave Bannatyne, Linebacker; Andy Miners, Defensive Back; Dan Coderre, Place Kicker 1997 (6) Beau Howes, Quarterback; John Thelen, Running Back; Rob Chalmers, Offensive Line; Garth Scott, Tackle; Chris Gear, Wide Receiver; James Osborn, Defensive Tackle 1998 (4) Paul Correale, Running Back; James MacLean, Inside Receiver; Jim Aru, Defensive End; James Osborn, Defensive Tackle 1999 (2) James MacLean, Inside Receiver; Jason Wimmer, Inside Receiver 2000 (3) Jon Landon, Tackle; James MacLean, Inside Receiver; Jason Wimmer, Cornerback 2001 (2) 1st Team: James MacLean, Wide Receiver 2nd Team: Ramsey Ida, Guard 2002 (7) 1st Team: Tommy Denison, Quarterback; Iain Fleming, Inside Receiver; Jon Landon, Centre; Brad Smith, Inside Receiver; 2nd Team: Ramsey Ida, Guard; Curt McLellan, Defensive Halfback; Corey Trudeau, Defensive Tackle 2003 (11) 1st Team: Tommy Denison, Quarterback; Craig Spear, Inside Receiver; Matt Kirk, Defensive Tackle; Jack Gaudreau, Defensive End; Marc Mitchell, Linebacker; Curt McLellan, Defensive Halfback 2nd Team: Sean O’Donnell, Centre; Iain Fleming, Inside Receiver; Corey Trudeau, Defensive Tackle; Nick Corneil, Cornerback; Chris Napoli, Place Kicker

1991 (7) Ron Herman, Centre; Jason Moeller, Guard; Brad Elberg, Running Back; Eric Bell, Defensive Tackle; Mike Boone, Linebacker; Chris McCormick, Cornerback; Jamie Galloway, Place Kicker

2004 (3) 1st Team: Iain Fleming, Inside Receiver; Matt Kirk, Defensive Tackle 2nd Team: Ian Hazlett, Linebacker 2005 (4) 1st Team: Ian Hazlett, Linebacker 2nd Team: Sean O’Donnell, Centre; Kevin Scott, Rush/ Cover; Brad Smith, Inside Receiver 2006 (3) 1st Team: Brad Smith, Receiver 2nd Team: Sean O’Donnell, Centre; Adam Ross, Linebacker 2007 (12) 1st Team: Rob Bagg, Inside Receiver; Thaine Carter, Linebacker; Mike Giffin, Running Back; Cody Kennedy, Tackle; Osie Ukwuoma, Defensive End; Matt Vickers, Safety 2nd Team: Jimmy Allin, Defensive Halfback/Kick Returner; Dan Bederman, Centre; Vince DeCivitia, Offensive Guard; DJ Mulholland, Rush Cover; Jay Oduwole, Cornerback 2008 (15) 1st Team: Danny Brannagan, Quarterback; Mike Giffin, Running Back; Scott Valberg, Wide Receiver; Dan Bederman, Centre; Vince DeCivita, Guard; Osie Ukwuoma, Defensive End; Neil Puffer, Defensive End; Dee Sterling, Defensive Tackle; Thaine Carter, Linebacker; Jimmy Allin, Kick Returner 2nd Team: Colin Boyle, Tackle; Dan Village, Place Kicker; Chris Smith, Linebacker; Jimmy Allin, Cornerback; David Rooney, Defensive Halfback; Tim Poffley, Rush Cover 2009 (10) 1st Team: Jimmy Allin, Cornerback; Stephen Laporte, Rush Cover; Matt O’Donnell, Tackle; Osie Ukwuoma, Defensive End; Scott Valberg, Inside Receiver 2nd Team: Jimmy Allin, Kick Returner; Dan Bederman, Centre, Danny Brannagan, Quarterback; Vince DeCivita, Guard; David Rooney, Defensive Halfback; Dan Village, Place Kicker 2010 (6) 1st Team: Matt O’Donnell, Tackle 2nd Team: Dan Bederman, Centre; Devan Sheahan, Wide Receiver; Jimmy Therrien, Running Back; Dan Village, Place Kicker; Frank Pankewich, Defensive Line 2011 (13) 1st Team: Ryan Granberg, Running Back; Mike Sullivan, Centre; John Miniaci, Defensive Tackle; Osie Ukwuoma, Defensive End; Sam Sabourin, Linebacker; Andrew Lue, Cornerback; Frank Pankewich, Rush Cover

1992 (7) Tom Black, Centre; Jason Moeller, Guard; Brad Elberg, Running Back; Paul Kozan, Running Back; Eric Bell, Defensive Tackle; Chris McCormick, Cornerback; Joel Dagnone, Safety

2nd Team: Derek Morris, Guard; Josh Prinsen, Tackle; Dan Village, Place Kicker; Giovanni Aprile, Kick Returner; Derek Wiggan, Defensive End; TJ ChaseDunawa, Defensive Halfback

1993 (3) Mark Robinson, Tackle; Paul Kozan, Running Back; Mark Morrison, Defensive Back 1994 (1) Jonathan Taylor, Running Back Danny Brannagan

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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME Queen’s University Alumni Football Hall of Fame officially opened its doors at the first Induction Ceremony in September 1983. The Hall of Fame recognizes the extraordinary contributions of players, coaches and builders to the success of Queen’s Football through more than a century of glorious competition. Induction ceremonies were held in 1983, 1987, 1991, 1995, 2000, 2005 and 2010. Note - Induction year in parenthesis

BUILDERS Orrin Carson (‘83) Administrator / Head Coach 1927-28 Dr. Hal Dunlop (‘83) Team Physician

1945-75

W.P. “Billy” Hughes (‘83) Head Coach

1921-26

“Senator” Jake Powell (‘83) Head Trainer

1920s-51

Ted Reeve (‘83) Head Coach Frank Tindall (‘83) Head Coach

1933-38 1939, 48-75

Kenneth A. “Tabby” Gow (‘87) Head Trainer 1967-80 Dr. Jack Kerr (‘87) Team Physician

1950s-70s

Stew Langdon (‘87) Head Trainer

1950s-60’s

Dr. James Melvin (‘87) Administrator

Hal “Moose” McCarney (‘91) Assistant Coach

1950-72

Doug Hargreaves (‘95) Head Coach

1976-94

Art Martin (‘95) Photographer 1975-85

Bill Miklas Sr. (‘05) Assistant Coach 1965-66, 1970-2000 Dr. David Walker (‘05) Team Physician

1980-date

Dr. Robert Pickering (‘05) Team Physician 1976 to 2005 Dr. Wayne Spotswood (‘05) Team Physician 1979-date Bob Howes (‘10)

Frank Tindall

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1982-03, 2005-06

Bob Mullen (‘10) Defensive Coordinator 1984-01

PLAYERS - PRE-WORLD WAR 1

Norman “Tout” Leckie (‘83)....... 1908-10 Hugh Macdonnell (‘83).............. 1906-09 George T. Richardson (‘83)....... 1900-05 Mike Rodden (‘83)....................... 1910-13 Ernie Sliter (‘83)............................ 1910-12 Jack Williams (‘83)................. 1904-05, 08 Bill Dobson (‘87)........................... 1906-09 Ed Elliott (‘87)......................... 1906-09, 22 Teddy Etherington (‘87)....... 1898-1901 Jack Hazlett (‘87).......................... 1911-14 Tupper McDonald (‘87).............. 1902-03 Arthur Ross (‘87).......................... 1888-98 Art Turner (‘87).............................. 1905-08 Ken Williams (‘87)........................ 1906-09 Bob Paterson (‘91)....................... 1902-05 Jackson Booth (‘95)..................... 1882-84 Guy Curtis (‘95)............................. 1890-97

Clayton “Curly” Krug (‘91).......... 1934-36 Art Stollery (‘91)........................... 1935-38 Bernie Thornton (‘91)................. 1936-37

1940 to 1959

Lou Bruce (‘83).............................. 1952-55 Jim Charters (‘83)......................... 1946-51 Al Lenard (‘83)............................... 1946-49 Gary Lewis (‘83)..................... 1950, 53-55 Ron Stewart (‘83)......................... 1953-57 John “Jocko” Thompson (‘83)... 1954-58 Jim Hughes (‘87).......................... 1954-56 Jack “Tip” Logan (‘87).................. 1948-50 Ross McKelvey (‘87).................... 1947-51 Gary Schrieder (‘87).................... 1953-55 Hal “Moose” McCarney (‘91)..... 1948-51 Jay McMahan (‘91)...................... 1954-56 Jack “Gunboat” Roberts (‘91)... 1949-53 Bob Stevens (‘91)......................... 1945-48 Gary Strickler (‘91)....................... 1958-61 Don Robb (‘95)............................. 1958-60 Al Kocman (‘00)............................ 1953-56 Bill Surphlis (‘00).......................... 1952-56

1960 to 1969

1920 to 1929

Wallace Wally Berry (‘91) Photographer

John Thomson (‘95) Defensive Coordinator

Head Coach Assistant Coach

Harry “Red” Batstone (‘83)......... 1922-27 Bill Campbell (‘83)....................... 1921-23 Johnny Evans (‘83)...................... 1919-23 Frank “Pep” Leadley (‘83) .......... 1921-25 Art “Curly” Lewis (‘83)................. 1921-25 J.L. Red McKelvey (‘83)............... 1921-25 E.A. “Bud” Thomas (‘87).............. 1924-26 James “Bubs” Britton (‘87)......... 1925-29 Harvey “Hank” Brown (‘87)....... 1923-27 Norman “Liz” Walker (‘91).......... 1921-27

1930 to 1939

Reg Barker (‘83)............................ 1934-36 Howie Carter (‘83)........................ 1927-31 Bob Elliott (‘83)............................. 1929-34 Howie Hamlin (‘83)..................... 1929-34 John Munro (‘83).......................... 1934-37 Harry Sonshine (‘83)................... 1934-36 Ed Barnabe (‘87)........................... 1934-36 John “Jake” Edwards (‘87).......... 1934-36 John Kostuik (‘87)........................ 1931-34 Nick Paithouski (‘87)................... 1936-39 John Wing (‘87)............................. 1933-35 Abe Zvonkin (‘87)........................ 1933-35

James Rutka

Don Bayne (‘83) ........................... 1964-68 Cal Connor (‘83)..................... 1958, 60-65 Larry Ferguson (‘83).................... 1963-66 Bayne Norrie (‘83)........................ 1962-67 Terry Porter (‘83).......................... 1958-62 Jim Young (‘83)............................. 1962-64 Doug Cozac (‘87).......................... 1968-72 Keith “Skip” Eamon (‘87)............ 1968-70 John Erickson (‘87)...................... 1960-64 Heino Lilles (‘87)........................... 1963-70 Bill Miklas (‘87).............................. 1960-64 Brian Parnega (‘87).........1963-66, 68-69 Bob Climie (‘91)............................ 1964-69 Merv Daub (‘91)........................... 1962-65 John Gordon (‘91)........................ 1966-69 Bob Latham (‘91).................. 1961, 63-65 Dave Skene (‘91)................... 1958, 60-62 Mike Lambros (‘95)...................... 1969-71 Jim McKeen (‘95).......................... 1966-70 Jim Tait (‘95)................................... 1966-69 Kent Plumley (‘00)....................... 1958-62 Jim Turnbull (‘00)......................... 1967-69 Jim Sherritt (‘05)........................... 1967-71 Brian Warrender (‘05)................. 1969-72 Bill Sirman (‘10)............................. 1961-62

Charlie Galunic

1970 to 1979

Dave Hadden (‘87)....................... 1971-74 Stuart Lang (‘87)........................... 1970-73 Darrell Penner (‘87)..................... 1972-76 Theodorus “Dick” Bakker (‘91).1975-79 Jim D’Andrea (‘91)....................... 1975-79 Randy Edgeworth (‘91).............. 1975-79 Jim Muller (‘91)............................. 1976-79 Bob O’Doherty (‘91) ................... 1976-78 Ed Andrew (‘95)............................ 1976-80 Ross Francis (‘95).......................... 1976-80 David Marinucci (‘95)................. 1976-79 James (Jim) Rutka (‘95).............. 1977-78 Blaine Shore (‘95)......................... 1975-79 Gord McLellan (‘00)..................... 1971-72

1980 to PRESENT

Peter Harrison (‘95)..................... 1981-85 Tom McCartney (‘95).................. 1978-82 Larry Mohr (‘95)..................... 1980-83, 85 Mike Schad (‘95)........................... 1982-85 Bob Wright (‘95)........................... 1979-83 Matt Clifford (‘00)......................... 1985-89 Jock Clime (‘00)............................ 1986-88 Charlie Galunic (‘00)................... 1984-87 Tom Langford (‘00)...................... 1983-87 Bernie McDonald (‘00)............... 1986-90 Vince Panetta (‘00)...................... 1984-88 John Yach (‘00).............................. 1984-88 Randy Zarichny (‘00)................... 1986-90 Frank Kakouras (‘05)................... 1983-87 Connie Mandala (‘05)................. 1983-87 Mike Boone (‘05).......................... 1988-92 Brad Elberg (‘05)........................... 1990-93 Eric Dell (‘05)...................... 1989-92, 1994 Dan Wright (‘05).........1987-88, 1990-92 Chris McCormick (‘05)................ 1988-92 Jamie Galloway (‘05)................... 1988-92 Mark Robinson (‘10).................... 1990-94 James Osborn (‘10)..................... 1993-98 Jim Aru (‘10)................................... 1994-98 Paul Correale (‘10)....................... 1995-99

TEAMS

1956 (‘10) Yates Cup Champion 1964 (‘10) Yates Cup Champions 1968 (‘10) Yates Cup, Western Bowl, & Vanier Cup Champions

Bob Mullen


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

HISTORY

F

or generations of students, Saturday afternoon football games at Richardson Stadium have been a fall ritual. The game was first played in a rudimentary form at Queen’s in the late 1870s and has been a tradition at Queen’s ever since. The first games were informal matches of “Association Football,” [soccer] with catching. Then, in 1882, two brothers from Ottawa, Fred and Jackson Booth, introduced Queen’s athletes to the game of “rugby football,” an older version of modern rugby and the game from which football at Queen’s evolved. The game was referred to as rugby football until well into this century and was quite different from the modern game of football. It was not until the 1930s, for example, that the now-crucial element of forward passing was permitted. Up until the 1930s, Queen’s teams played not just against

university teams, but against the best football squads in the country. They often did so with spectacular success. Queen’s won its first national rugby football championship in 1893 and, in the early 1920s, its teams were virtually unbeatable. Led by Canadian hall-of-famers Harry “Red” Batsone and Frank “Pep” Leadley, Queen’s won consecutive Grey Cups in 1922, 1923, and 1924 and went undefeated for a stretch of 26 games. An indication of Queen’s strength was the score of the 1923 final, in which Queen’s beat the Regina Roughriders 54-0. Shortly after these triumphs, the big-city teams took over the game and universities restricted themselves to intercollegiate play. Queen’s played for years in a league with traditional rivals McGill, University of

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Toronto, and Western. But the growing number of universities in central Canada led to realignment and Queen’s played in the Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference (OQIFC) from 1980 to 2001. Subsequently, due to realignment changes, the Gaels shifted back into the Ontario Universities Association (OUA) conference in 2001. Overall, since the founding of the first intercollegiate league in 1898, the team has won numerous conference titles. Since the first national

League Championships

National Championships

Ontario Rugby Football Union (ORFU) 2 championships (15 seasons eligible) 1893, 1894

Canadian Rugby Union (CRU) Dominion Champions - (Grey Cup) 4 championships 1893, 1922, 1923, 1924

Yates Cup (OUAA, OUA) 23 championships (75 seasons eligible) 1900, 1904, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1930, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1955, 1956, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1977 (east), 1978 (east), 1979 (east)*, 2009 Dunsmore Cup (OQIFC) 7 championships (21 seasons eligible) 1981, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1997**

Vanier Cup 4 championships 1968, 1978, 1992, 2009 Bowl Game Championships CIAU/CIS Atlantic Bowl 1 championship 1978 Churchill Bowl/Mitchell Bowl 4 championships 1968, 1983, 1992, 2009

*Queen’s 1979 Yates Cup title is officially uncredited by the OUA. The east and west divisions of the O-QIFC functioned as separate leagues in from 1974 to 1979, and each held its own championship. Queen’s won the 1979 Eastern Division title, but lost to the Western division champion (Western), in a CIAU Semi-Final, which the league declared to be the Yates Cup game as well. As a result, the 1979 team is listed as a league champion but the championship is not counted toward Queen’s Yates Cup total. **Queen’s was declared the 1997 OQIFC champions after Ottawa defaulted for the use of ineligible players.

intercollegiate championship was played in 1959, Queen’s has won four Canadian titles (1968, 1978, 1992, 2009). Many Queen’s players have gone on to play in professional leagues. Among the most notable since the 1950s have been CFL great Ron Stewart, a star for Ottawa in the 1950s and 1960s as well as Mike Schad, one of the few Canadian-trained players drafted in the first round by the National Football League (fourth overall in 1986).

LEAGUE AFFILIATIONS 1883-1897

Ontario Rugby Football Union (ORFU)

1898-1954

Canadian Intercollegiate Rugby Football Union (CIRFU)

1955-1970

Ontario-Quebec Athletic Association (O-QAA) / Senior Intercollegiate Football League (SIFL)

1971-1973

Ontario Universities Athletics Association (OUAA)

1974-1979 Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference (O-QIFC) 1980-2000

Ontario-Quebec Interuniversity Football Conference (OQIFC)

2001-date

Ontario University Athletics (OUA)

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YATES CUP The Yates Cup is presented annually to the winner of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) football conference of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS). It is the oldest still-existing football trophy in North America, dating back to 1898 and surpassing both the Grey Cup (1908) and the Little Brown Jug (awarded to the winner of the annual Michigan-Minnesota Game, which began in 1909) in longevity. The Yates Cup was donated by Dr. H. B. Yates of McGill University. Until 1971 it was awarded to the winner of the Senior Intercollegiate Football League regular season, with playoffs occurring only if there was a tie for first place, or the secondplace team had defeated the first-place team in league play. Since 1971, it has been awarded to the OUA football champion. Queen’s last won the Yates Cup in 2009 thanks to a thrilling 4339 over the Western Mustangs in the championship game. The winner of the Yates Cup goes on to play in either the Uteck Bowl or the Mitchell Bowl, depending on annual rotations. From 1904 to 1978, Queen’s won 13 of the 18 Yates Cup finals in which they participated. In 1979 Queen’s also won the O-QIFC Eastern league championship, but were denied the title of Yates Cup co-champion by virtue of being beaten by Western (the O-QIFC West champion) in the Vanier Cup semi-final. Queen’s Yates Cup History 23 championships (74 seasons eligible) 1900, 1904, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1930, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1955, 1956, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1977 (east), 1978 (east), 1979 (east)*, 2009 Yates Cup Games (Queen’s) Nov. 19, 1904 Queen’s 6, McGill 0 Nov. 18, 1922 Queen’s 12, Toronto 6 Nov. 27, 1926 Toronto 8, Queen’s 0 Nov. 16, 1929 Queen’s 15, Toronto 5 Nov. 18, 1933 Toronto 10, Queen’s 3 Nov. 17, 1934 Queen’s 8, Toronto 7 Nov. 16, 1935 Queen’s 6, Toronto 4 Nov. 21, 1936 Toronto 11, Queen’s 3 Nov. 27, 1937 Queen’s 7, Toronto 6 Nov. 12, 1955 Queen’s 18, Toronto 0 Nov. 17, 1956 Queen’s 4, Toronto 2 Nov. 12, 1960 McGill 21, Queen’s 0 Nov. 18, 1961 Queen’s 11, McGill 0 Nov. 17, 1962 McGill 15, Queen’s 13 Nov. 14, 1964 Queen’s 63, McMaster 6 Nov. 12, 1966 Queen’s 50, Varsity 7 Nov. 5, 1977 Queen’s 45, Bishop’s 27* Nov. 4, 1978 Queen’s 23, McGill 1* Nov. 3, 1979 Queen’s 22, McGill 5** Nov. 10, 1979 Western 32, Queen’s 14*** Nov. 9, 2002 McMaster 33, Queen’s 19 Nov. 14, 2009 Queen’s 43, Western 39 * OQIFC East ** OQIFC East championship, not recognized as a Yates Cup ***Vanier Cup semifinal; at the time given status as a Yates Cup

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2009 Yates Cup Champions - Queen’s Gaels

BY THE NUMBERS - YATES CUP CHAMPIONS

Western Ontario Mustangs..................................29 Toronto Varsity Blues..............................................25

Queen’s Gaels....................................... 23 McGill Redmen...........................................................9 Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks...............................7 McMaster Marauders...............................................5 Ottawa Gee-Gees......................................................4 Guelph Gryphons......................................................3 Waterloo Warriors......................................................2 Windsor Lancers........................................................1


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NATIONAL SEMIFINALS When a system of semifinals for the Vanier Cup was established in 1967, the O-QAA league (a direct predecessor of the modern OUA) was unable to participate because of the lateness in the year of such games. As such, Queen’s participation in the 1968 marked the first time that an Ontario senior team played in a national semi-final. The Gaels have appeared in 12 Vanier Cup semifinals, with an overall record of 5-7-0. Their last appearance was November 21, 2009 when Queen’s upset the #1 nationally-ranked Laval Rouge et Or 33-30 at Richardson Stadium.

Churchill Bowl and Predecessors (4-4-0)

Atlantic Bowl (1-3-0)

The title “Churchill Bowl” was not applied to the westernmost Vanier Cup semi-final until being adopted for the 1989 game. Queen’s played in the first game under the new title. Prior to 1989, names such as “Western Bowl”, “Central Bowl”, and even “Yates Cup” were used. The name “Churchill Bowl” was retired following the 2002 season, and has been replaced by the Mitchell Bowl.

All games played at Huskies Stadium, Halifax. The Atlantic Bowl name was retired following the 2001 season, and has been replaced by the Uteck Bowl.

Nov. 17, 1968

Queen’s 29, Manitoba 6 @ Manitoba (“Western College Bowl”)

Nov. 15, 1970

Manitoba 24, Queen’s 20 OT @ Manitoba (“Western College Bowl”)

Nov. 10, 1979

Western 32, Queen’s 14 @ UWO (“Yates Cup”)

Nov. 12, 1983

Queen’s 22, Toronto 7 @ Kingston (Bowl game not titled)

Nov. 11, 1989

Saskatchewan 40, Queen’s 10 @ Saskatchewan

Nov. 16, 1991

Laurier 42, Queen’s 22 @ SkyDome

Nov. 14, 1992

Queen’s 23, Guelph 16 @ SkyDome

Nov. 21, 2009

Queen’s 33, Laval 30 @ Kingston

Nov. 12, 1977

Acadia 35, Queen’s 22 @ Huskies Stadium, Halifax

Nov. 11, 1978

Queen’s 32, St. FX 10 @ Huskies Stadium, Halifax

Nov. 21, 1981

Acadia 40, Queen’s 14 @ Huskies Stadium, Halifax

Nov. 17, 1984

Mt. Allison 29, Queen’s 17 @ Huskies Stadium, Halifax

2009 Mitchell Bowl Champions - Queen’s Gaels

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES DOMINION CHAMPIONSHIP

DOMINION CHAMPIONSHIP

November 23, 1893

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY MONTREAL CLUB

November 17, 1894

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UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

8 7

Montreal AAA Grounds, Montreal, Que.

Rosedale Field, Toronto, Ont.

On Thanksgiving Thursday of 1893 (then celebrated in November), the Ontario Rugby Football Union (ORFU) champion Queen’s senior team traveled to Montreal to meet the Quebec champion Montreal club. This was the second championship played under the auspices of the Canadian Rugby Union (today known as Football Canada), and marked Queen’s first trip to the national finals.

Queen’s and the University of Ottawa both arrived at Toronto’s Rosedale Field with two practically equal teams, neither club being favoured by media or bookmakers prior to the kickoff. The game lived up to these expectations as it was a tight defensive battle in which both defences repeatedly frustrated their opponents attempts to score.

Montreal attempted early in the game to punt the ball clear of their goal area, but the strong wind blowing that day drove it back into the end zone for McLennan to fall on for Queen’s first major score. Soon after, Queen’s added another touchdown as Ross recovered a Montreal fumble near their goal line. By halftime, the Tricolour had a commanding 25-2 lead. Queen’s lost the wind in the second half, but their defence held strong, keeping Montreal to five singles and a goal from a free kick. The offense added another touchdown, allowing Queen’s to cruise to its first national championship. First Half QUE TD--McLennan (McRae conv.) QUE ROUGE--McRae MTL ROUGE QUE TD--Ross (McRae conv.) QUE TD--Ross (McRae conv.) QUE TD--Horsey (McRae conv.) MTL ROUGE Second Half MTL ROUGE MTL FREE KICK--Fry (4 pts) QUE TD--Rayside (conv. wide) MTL ROUGE MTL ROUGE MTL ROUGE MTL ROUGE Attendance: 3,500 Queen’s Dress Roster Back: Wilson Halves: Curtis (Captain), Farrell, McRae Quarter: Fox Scrimmage: Cranston, Kennedy, Baker Forwards: McCammon, McLennan, Ross, Moffat, Webster, Rayside, Horsey

After Queen’s opened the scoring with three singles, Ottawa’s wingman Lee scored the garnet and grey’s sole touchdown of the afternoon, taking the ball from quarterback Levesque. Two additional singles by Ottawa gave them a 6-3 lead in the second half, when Queen’s centre scrimmager Kennedy carried the ball into the Ottawa end zone for four points. Ottawa, nevertheless, responded as late in the game their halfback Murphy kicked a ball out of the side of the end zone for a single, giving Ottawa a slim 8-7 victory, and the Canadian Rugby Union (CRU) championship. First Half QUE ROUGE--McRae QUE ROUGE--McRae QUE ROUGE--Wilson OTT TD-Lee (conv. failed) OTT ROUGE--Shea Second Half OTT ROUGE--Vincent QUE TD--Kennedy (conv. failed) OTT ROUGE--James OTT ROUGE--Murphy Attendance: 4,000 Queen’s Dress Roster Back: Wilson Halves: Curtis, Farrell, McRae Quarter: Fox Scrimmage: Baker, Kennedy, Cranston Forwards: Horsey, Rayside, Moffatt, Ross, Elliott, Johnston, McCammonScrimmage: Baker, Kennedy, Cranston Forwards: Horsey, Rayside, Moffatt, Ross, Elliott, Johnston, McCammon

Editors note: To avoid confusion for the modern reader, some anachronistic modern terminology has been used in the following game summaries. For earlier summaries, “TD” has been used in preference to “try”, touch-in-goals, deadline kicks and rouges have all been included under the catch-all of “rouge”, and a “goal from try” stated as a convert. Rouges were not always credited to individual players in the 19th century, and reporting irregularities make recovery of this information difficult. Additionally, the value of a touchdown has changed: in 1893 and 1894, one was valued at 4 points and a convert 2 points. In the era 1922-24, a touchdown was worth 5 points, and a convert 1 point.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES GREY CUP

GREY CUP

GREY CUP

December 2, 1922

December 1, 1923

November 29, 1924

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY EDMONTON ELKS

13 1

Richardson Stadium, Kingston, Ont.

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY REGINA ROUGHRIDERS

54 0

Varsity Stadium, Toronto, Ont.

In only the second East-West Grey Cup in history, and the only Dominion championship to be held in Kingston, Queen’s greeted the western champion Edmonton Elks.

Similar to the previous season, Queen’s dominated intercollegiate league play, breezing through the regular season without blemish, and knocking off the Hamilton Tigers in the eastern final.

With two legends such as Harry Batstone and Pep Leadlay wearing the Tricolour, it was clear that Queen’s had a powerful ground and kicking game. However, the experience of the team from Edmonton was displayed in the first half as they took a 1-0 lead.

Allegedly agitated by a CRU executive that forced them to play the Grey Cup so close to exams, the Tricolour showed no mercy to the Regina Roughriders at Toronto’s Varsity Stadium. Clearly the most onesided Grey Cup in history, the 1923 game against Saskatchewan was an outright slaughter, adding fuel to eastern Canadian claims of western football inferiority.

A strong defensive effort by Dave Harding prevented any major gains by the visitors, and permitted Queen’s to come back in the second half with two touchdowns and a pair of rouges. In only his first season as the Queen’s head coach, Bill Hughes started Queen’s greatest football dynasty by winning the school’s first Grey Cup. First Half EDM ROUGE--Jack Fraser MFG Second Half QUE ROUGE--Pep Leadlay QUE ROUGE--Pep Leadlay QUE TD--Charlie Mundell (Leadlay conv.) QUE TD--Dave Harding (no conv.) Attendance: 4,700

Queen’s scored a still-standing Grey Cup record of 9 touchdowns, and the combination of Pep Leadlay and Harry Batstone again gave Queen’s a formidable ground and kicking game. Together, the two accounted for 2 touchdowns, 6 converts and 3 singles. Queen’s: Touchdowns: Harry Batstone (2), Bill Campbell (2), Johnny Evans (2), N.L. Walker (1), Carl Quinn (1), Roy Reynolds (1) Converts: Pep Leadlay (4), Harry Batstone (2)

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY TORONTO BALMY BEACH

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Varsity Stadium, Toronto, Ont.

After going undefeated in league play again in 1924, Queen’s traveled to Toronto’s Varsity Stadium on November 29th to play Toronto Balmy Beach, the champion of the senior ORFU. Originally only billed as the eastern final, the 1924 Queen’s-Balmy Beach contest was declared the national championship game when the western champion Winnipeg Victorias were unable to agree on which railway would provide carriage to Toronto. While dominated by Queen’s, the Beaches team did not allow the Gaels’ offense to dominate in the manner they had against Regina in 1923. The Grey Cup victory would prove to be the final in Queen’s impressive threeyear dynasty, and their last Grey Cup appearance before the intercollegiate union withdrew from competition for the trophy in the early 1930s. Queen’s Touchdowns: James Wright (1) Convert: Pep Leadlay (1) Rouges: Pep Leadlay (3) Safety touches: (1) Balmy Beach Rouges: Morris Hughes (3)

Rouges: Pep Leadlay (3) Regina: No scoring

Attendance: 5,978

Attendance: 8,629

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES VANIER CUP IV

VANIER CUP XIV

November 22, 1968

November 18, 1978

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY WATERLOO LUTHERAN

42 11

Varstiy Stadium, Toronto, Ont.

SCOREBOARD 1 Queen’s 7 Waterloo Lutheran 6

Varstiy Stadium, Toronto, Ont.

2 3 4 TOTAL 14 7 14 42 0 0 8 14

With 3,500 loyal Queen’s students, and even more loyal alumni in tow, the Gaels met the Waterloo Lutheran (now Wilfrid Laurier) Golden Hawks at Toronto’s historic Varsity Stadium. An early fumbled long snap by Queen’s Keith Eamon gave the Hawks an early touchdown, but a series of Queen’s scoring drives in the first and second quarters gave the Gaels a lead they would not relinquish. Lutheran played a sloppy game allowing 6 turnovers (2 blocked kicks, 2 INTs and 2 fumbles) and Queen’s pivot Don Bayne took advantage of the miscues engineering nearly 500 yards of offense. He systematically tore apart the Lutheran defenders with precision passing and devastating fakes. For his efforts he was awarded the Ted Morris Memorial Trophy as the game’s outstanding player. With a minute remaining, a flood of triumphant Queen’s fans stormed the field, and the premature toppling of the goal posts led to an abrupt conclusion of Queen’s first Vanier Cup title. As 1965 and 1966 had been invitational bowl games, and the powerful OQAA had been unable to send a team to the 1967 game, the press dubbed this contest “the first legitimate national championship.” The championship marked the climax of the long career of Queen’s coach Frank Tindall after a trying season filled with injuries. First Quarter WLU TD - Mizen recovered fumble in endzone (2-pt failed) QUE TD - McIntyre 16 pass from Bayne (Cozac kick) Second Quarter QUE ROUGE - McKeen 30 QUE TD - Lilles 9 (kick failed) QUE TD - McIntyre 71 pass from Bayne (Cozac kick) Third Quarter QUE TD - Eamon 11 (Cozac kick) Fourth Quarter QUE ROUGE - Eamon 29 QUE TD - Eamon 1 (Cozac kick) WLU TD - Strong 3 (2pt - Lynch pass to Kraayeveld) QUE TD - VanBuskirk 2 pass from Bayne (kick failed) Attendance: 16,051

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1 2 3 4 TOTAL 0 3 3 10 16 0 3 0 0 3

In what will be remembered as a kickers’ duel, Queen’s dispatched the UBC Thunderbirds to take their second Vanier Cup title. Queen’s Tim Wardrop and UBC’s Gary Metz each booted 15 punts for 610 and 608 yards respectively, both surpassing the previous Vanier records. The media heavily favoured UBC going into the game, believing that Queen’s had come from a “weak-sister conference” in the OQIFC East, and would buckle against the westerners’ pressure. The 3-3 half-time score showed how empty these predictions had been. Three key turnovers by UBC in the second half contributed to Queen’s lead. A fumbled punt return by Thunderbird Eric Ford set up Blaine Shore’s first field goal of the half, and a similar miscue by Jack Hirose paved the way for Dave Marinucci’s touchdown run. An interception by Hugh Gallagher led to Shore’s final field goal. The game was halted with 18 seconds left on the clock, on account of the disappearance of the goal posts. First Quarter No scoring Second Quarter 2:34 QUE 9:33 UBC

FG - Shore 31 FG - Metz 36

Third Quarter 5:13 QUE

FG - Shore 11

Fourth Quarter 11:30 QUE 12:54 QUE

TD - Marinucci 4 (Shore kick) FG - Shore 25

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES VANIER CUP XIX

VANIER CUP XXVIII

November 19, 1983

November 21, 1992

UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

31 21

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY 31 SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY 0

Varstiy Stadium, Toronto, Ont.

Skydome, Toronto, Ont.

SCOREBOARD 1 2 3 4 TOTAL Queen’s 3 0 0 18 21 Calgary 11 6 0 14 31

SCOREBOARD 1 Queen’s 7 Saint Mary’s 0

An estimated 80% of Queen’s student body journeyed down the 401 to witness the Gaels bid for their third Vanier Cup title.

Queen’s totally dominated the Saint Mary’s Huskies in the 28th Vanier Cup game, posting the first shutout in Vanier history and also establishing the largest margin of victory.

From early on, Calgary dominated the scoring, though 3 second quarter interceptions, including 2 by John Corrigan, meant the score was closer than it should have been. Going into the third quarter, Queen’s trailed 17-3, and many at Varsity Stadium felt the defeat inevitable. Two minutes into the final quarter, a drive that included two third-down gambles (one from third and eight) resulted in a Ross O’Doherty touchdown. Queen’s was suddenly back in the game, and following a field goal and a fumble recovery in the Calgary end zone, they led 21-20 with only 3:32 remaining. But Greg Vavra, playing his final CIAU game with Calgary, responded with a touchdown drive on the following series, and a subsequent field goal put the game out of reach. First Quarter 3:41 CAL TD - Borger 11 pass from Vavra (Vavra kick) 3:43 CAL ROUGE - Vavra 80 KO 10:53 QUE FG - Barrable 21 13:35 CAL FG - Vavra 15

2 3 4 TOTAL 14 7 3 31 0 0 0 0

Halfback Brad Elberg tied records for scoring, total touchdowns and rushing touchdowns by accounting for three major scores on runs of 1, 28 and 1 yards. Elberg won the Ted Morris Memorial trophy as the game’s MVP by amassing 136 yards on 23 carries and adding 20 yards on 1 reception. Quarterback Tim Pendergast completed 7 of 14 passes for 209 yards, including a 78-yard TD strike to wide receiver Brian Alford. Kicker Jamie Galloway completed the Gaels’ scoring with 4 converts and a 22-yard field goal. Queen’s had a 393-198 advantage in total offense and Golden Gaels’ All-Canadian tackle Eric Dell received the Bruce Coulter Award as the defensive player of the game. Saint Mary’s special teams standout Jeremy Stewart set a Vanier Cup record with 115 yards on kick-off returns. First Quarter 14:12 QUE

TD - Elberg 1 (Galloway kick)

Second Quarter 3:26 QUE 14:56 QUE

TD - Alford 78 pass from Pendergast (Galloway kick) TD - Elberg 28 (Galloway kick)

Third Quarter No scoring

Third Quarter 3:18 QUE

TD - Elberg 1 (Galloway kick)

Fourth Quarter 2:22 QUE 4:23 CAL 7:55 QUE 11:28 QUE 12:36 CAL 14:55 CAL

Fourth Quarter 9:25 QUE

FG - Galloway 22

Second Quarter 0:44 CAL 7:14 CAL

FG - Vavra 15 FG - Vavra 12

TD - O’Doherty 6 (2pt: Corrigan run) FG - Vavra 34 FG - Barrable 24 TD - Hudson fumb. rec. in endzone (Barrable kick) TD - Siroishka 32 pass from Vavra (2pt: Borgar pass from Vavra) FG - Vavra 21

Attendance: 28,645

Attendance: 18,324

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES VANIER CUP XLV November 28, 2009

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY

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PEPS Stadium, Quebec City, Que.

SCOREBOARD 1 2 3 4 TOTAL Queen’s 7 0 12 14 33 Calgary 7 18 0 6 31 Queen’s won their fourth Vanier Cup in historic fashion as they overcame an 18 point halftime deficit, the largest in Vanier Cup history, to defeat the Calgary Dinos 33-31 at PEPS Stadium in Quebec City. The win was a measure of revenge for Queen’s football as they overcame the only team to defeat them previously in a Vanier Cup, which occurred in 1983 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto. In a game in which the wind played a major factor throughout the contest, the Gaels rode the arm of quarterback Danny Brannagan, who threw for 286 yards and three touchdowns, and was named the game’s MVP (Ted Morris Memorial trophy). Scott Valberg, who like Brannagan was playing in his last CIS game, led Queen’s in receiving with 109 yards and two touchdowns. The defensive player of the game went to linebacker Chris Smith who was a force all over the field on the day. Smith recorded 4.5 tackles, a sack a forced fumble and a fumble recovery to earn the Bruce Coulter Award. Calgary receiver Anthony Parker was the star for the Dinos as he had 187 yard on nine catches to go along with a touchdown. First Quarter 10:34 CAL TD - Walter 1 run (Ifield kick) 13:39 QUE TD - Valberg 9 pass from Brannagan (Village kick) Second Quarter 4:07 CAL FG - Ifield 40 7:49 CAL FG - Ifield 12 10:46 CAL FG - Ifield 35 13:47 CAL TD - Glavic 1 run (Ifield kick) 14:33 CAL Safety Third Quarter 1:08 QUE TD - Sheahan 60 pass from Brannagan (Village kick) 2:07 QUE Safety 5:13 QUE FG - Village 12 Fourth Quarter 2:23 QUE TD - Valberg 17 pass from Brannagan (Village kick) 6:26 QUE TD - Gordon 15 run (Village kick) 8:22 CAL TD - Parker 15 pass from Glavic (2pt: failed)

Attendance: 18,628

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Ryan (left) and Pat Sheahan (right) celebrate after the final whistle of the 2009 Vanier Cup


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

PROFESSIONAL DRAFT Canadian Football League Year Player 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1956 1956 1956 1956 1956 1956 1956 1956 1957 1957 1957 1957 1958 1958 1958 1958 1959 1959 1959 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1960 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965

Stu Kennedy Tony Arnoldi Don Griffin John Varcoe Ken Atwood Jack Sisson Pete Johnston Jan Fraser Don Ball Bill Gatfield Walt Waddell Lou Bruce Al Kochman Clare Sellens Bill Hutchison Vic Uzbalis John Milliken Frank Geard James Cruickshank Jim Hughes Russ Radchuk Russell Thoman Peter Howe Paul Fedor Graydon Harrison Bill Halverson John Redfern Jocko Thompson Mitch Wasek Ron Delisle Doug Hargreaves Gord Johnson Ken Plumley Dave Wilson Dave Richards Ross Arbour John Ware Mike Wicklum Don Robb Dick Pearce Bob McAleese Sam Poaps Frank Loftus Gary Strickler Mike Pettit John Erickson Pete Whityk Gary Lucenti Gordon Semester George Bethune Doug Niklas Norm Dunstan Larry Dolicki Cal Connor Wayne McGill Bill Miklas Peter Quinn Fred Endley Paul Benoit Bill Sirman Jim de La Vergne John Quinn John Funta Gary West Bill Edwards Andy Shaw Ian Brady Bob Latham Harold Rose Jim Young Tom Beynon Bayne Norrie John Crouchman Norm Jamieson Jim Ware Jim Greenwood Guy Potvin

Pos. Rd. Pick Team T DE HB T HB HB G T HB HB G DE HB G HB T DE HB HB T G T HB DE G OG DE HB T C G HB QB G HB G C HB DE HB HB G HB LB HB G T T HB G T HB T QB HB G HB LB HB HB DE HB DE HB HB T C LB HB HB T HB HB C SB T HB

2 6 Ottawa 3 10 Ottawa 3 15 Toronto 5 17 Montreal 5 18 Ottawa 6 28 Hamilton 8 29 Ottawa 9 34 Toronto 9 36 Montreal 9 37 Ottawa 10 42 Ottawa 1 1 Ottawa 1 4 B.C. 2 19 Hamilton 2 26 Montreal 3 27 Ottawa 3 31 B.C. 3 36 Edmonton 4 37 Saskatchewan 1 1 B.C. 1 3 Ottawa 2 22 Winnipeg 4 32 Toronto 1 2 Toronto 2 23 Calgary 4 28 Edmonton 5 35 Saskatchewan 1 2 Ottawa 2 25 Hamilton 2 27 Edmonton 3 18 Montreal 4 23 Montreal 4 25 Hamilton 5 30 Hamilton 6 33 Montreal 6 34 Ottawa 1 3 Hamilton 1 4 Toronto 2 7 Calgary 3 19 Ottawa 4 21 Montreal 4 22 Toronto 4 29 Ottawa 1 2 Toronto 2 9 Calgary 2 11 Toronto 2 14 Hamilton 3 15 Montreal 3 16 Toronto 4 23 Hamilton 6 33 Ottawa 6 34 Hamilton 7 35 Montreal 8 36 Montreal 3 20 Hamilton 1 6 Ottawa 1 8 Ottawa 2 11 Edmonton 2 23 Ottawa 3 31 Saskatchewan 4 42 Calgary 5 51 Calgary 6 56 Montreal 6 59 Calgary 1 7 Calgary 2 23 Ottawa 2 24 Calgary 5 52 Calgary 6 58 Ottawa 1 1 Toronto 1 8 Hamilton 1 9 B.C. 2 19 Winnipeg 2 21 Montreal 3 27 Toronto 4 30 Edmonton 4 37 Winnipeg

Shomari Williams (CFL #1 Draft Pick - 2010)

Michael Schad (NFL First Round Draft Pick - 1986)

Year Player 1965 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966 1967 1967 1967 1967 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1969 1969 1969 1969 1969 1970 1970 1970 1970 1971 1971 1971 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1976 1976 1976 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1980

Andy Shaw Jim Greenwood Bayne Norrie Heino Lillies Bob Howes Merv Daub Brian Parnega Heino Lillies Don Bayne John Latham Larry Ferguson Douglas Cowan Jamie Johnson Theron Craig Guy Potvin Jim Tait Tom Chown Skip Eamon Doug Walker James McKeen Brian Donnelly Terry Haggerty Theron Craig Dan McCarthy Don McIntyre Jim Turnbull Ron Clarke Bob Climie Cam Innes Ron Faulkner Art Rochette Mike Lambrose Bill Thompson Doug Cozac Brian Warrender Dave Campbell Dave Hadden Peter McNabb Joe Pal Stuart Lang John Wintermeyer Alex Morris Alex Morris Ian Anderson Greg Anderson Peter Sabistan Darrell Penner Bill McIver Maurice St. Martin James Duncan Jim D’Andrea Bob O’Doherty Dick Bakker Kerry Powell Paul Shugart Jim Rutka Dave Roberts Blaine Shore Paul Shugart Ross Francis

Pos. Rd. Pick Team T T HB FB C G LB FB QB HB DE HB HB T DB LB SB HB T DB SB T LB HB DE DB G G C T QB LB DE HB HB DB HB DB DB WR RB DB DB LB TE G DB DB T RB DB WR T HB TE WR LB K TE DE

8 1 2 2 3 6 8 3 3 4 5 2 3 3 5 6 6 1 3 3 3 5 5 9 5 7 7 8 1 3 7 1 8 9 4 9 1 4 5 6 8 3 3 6 7 8 3 5 10 6 9 1 1 5 2 3 3 5 7 1

74 5 22 25 29 54 74 33 34 39 51 18 32 34 53 60 67 3 21 24 27 38 40 78 39 60 61 69 8 23 59 2 65 69 33 71 8 29 40 53 68 22 27 48 60 62 27 44 81 51 79 2 8 45 18 26 27 42 63 9

Montreal Montreal Montreal B.C. Calgary Toronto Saskatchewan Winnipeg Ottawa Montreal Winnipeg Montreal Calgary Ottawa Hamilton Ottawa Toronto Saskatchewan Calgary Saskatchewan Ottawa Montreal Edmonton Saskatchewan Edmonton Saskatchewan Ottawa Ottawa Edmonton Toronto Winnipeg Edmonton Winnipeg Winnipeg Winnipeg Edmonton Ottawa Hamilton B.C. Edmonton Toronto Saskatchewan Winnipeg Hamilton Edmonton Winnipeg Edmonton Montreal Toronto Edmonton Hamilton Hamilton Ottawa Montreal Edmonton Montreal Edmonton Ottawa Edmonton Edmonton

Year Player 1980 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1981 1984 1985 1986 1986 1986 1988 1988 1988 1990 1991 1991 1992 1993 1993 1993 1994 1996 2000 2002 2004 2004 2005 2005 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012

Jim Muller Ted Bellinger Francis Sheridan David Marinucci Bob Bronk Fred Prinzen Kevin Malone Rob Ball Larry Mohr Scott Bissessar Michael Schad Andy Stubbert Steve Hudson Sheridon Baptiste Christopher Rick John Yach Jock Climie Ron Herman Dan Wright Mike Boone Brad Elberg Jason Moller Eric Dell Paul Kozan Paul Greenhow James MacLean Jonathan Landon Matt Kirk Marc Mitchell Iain Fleming Bryan Crawford Ian Hazlett Brad Smith Michael Giffin Dee Sterling Osie Ukwuoma Thaine Carter Shomari Williams Chris Smith Matt O’Donnell Giovanni Aprile

Pos. Rd. Pick Team DE WR T FB HB LB DB DL FB WR T RB T WR LB LB WR G TE LB RB T DT RB CB SB DL DL LB SB RB LB WR RB DL DL LB DE LB T WR

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

40 41 45 46 9 15 56 57 37 29 4 14 28 26 34 43 4 30 44 43 2 34 52 47 59 38 33 38 42 41 44 38 44 17 12 40 45 1 28 15 16

Hamilton B.C. Edmonton Toronto Toronto Montreal Toronto Ottawa Edmonton Calgary Ottawa Calgary Calgary Ottawa Ottawa Hamilton Toronto Edmonton Saskatchewan Ottawa Saskatchewan Ottawa Hamilton Saskatchewan B.C. Hamilton Montreal Ottawa Calgary Hamilton Toronto Calgary Toronto Hamilton Edmonton Calgary Winnipeg Saskatchewan Winnipeg Saskatchewan Winnipeg

National Football League Year Player

1986 Michael Schad

Pos. Rd. Pick Team T

1

23

Los Angeles

Gaels Alumni In The CFL (PRESENT) Player

Pos. Team

Rob Bagg WR Kevin Scott LS Shomari Williams DE

Hometown

Saskatchewan Kingston, Ont. Hamilton Ottawa, Ont. Saskatchewan Toronto, Ont.

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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL The following is list of alumni who have gone on to sign a contract with a CFL or NFL franchise. This list is as complete and accurate as possible. This material has been gathered from CFL media guides, draft rankings and OUA/OQIFC media publications. Corrections and additions will be made if proper documentation is provided. Please contact comm. sio@queensu.ca for updates

Player CFL Franchise Allin, Jim ................................................ Montreal Alouettes Anderson, Greg ................................... Edmonton Eskimos Anderson, Peter ................................. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Atwood, Ken ..................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Arnoldi, Tony .................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Arbour, Ross ........................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Aru, Jim ...................................................Toronto Argonauts Bagg, Rob .............................. Saskatchewan Roughriders Bakker, Dick ...................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Ball, Don ................................................. Montreal Alouettes Ball, Rob ............................................. Ottawa Rough Riders Baptistie, Sheridan ......................... Ottawa Rough Riders Barker, Reg ........................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Batstone, Harry .....................................Toronto Argonauts Bayne, Don ........................................ Ottawa Rough Riders Bederman, Dan .................................. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Bellinger, Ted .............................................................B.C Lions Benoit, Paul ....................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Bethune, George ................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Bissessar, Scott ................................... Calgary Stampeders Boone, Mike ................................................ Ottawa, Toronto Brannagan, Danny...............................Toronto Argonauts Britton, James .......................................Toronto Argonauts Bronk, Bob ..............................................Toronto Argonauts Bruce, Lou .......................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Campbell, Doug .................................. Edmonton Eskimos Carson, Orrin ...................................... Ottawa Roughriders Carter, Thaine ............................. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Chown, Tom ...........................................Toronto Argonauts Cowan, Douglas .................................. Montreal Alouettes Cozac, Doug ............................... Winnipeg Blue Bombers Clarke, Ron ........................................ Ottawa Rough Riders Climie, Bob ........................................ Ottawa Rough Riders Climie, Jock ............................ Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Connor, Cal ........................................... Montreal Alouettes Craig, Theron .........................................Ottawa, Edmonton Crawford, Bryan ...................................Toronto Argonauts Cruickshank, James ........... Saskatchewan Roughriders D’Andrea, Jim ...................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Daub, Merv ............................................Toronto Argonauts De La Vergne, Jim ............................. Calgary Stampeders Delisle, Ron ........................................... Edmonton Eskimos Dell, Eric ................................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Denison, Tommy ..................Winnipeg, Calgary, Toronto Donnelly, Brian ................................ Ottawa Rough Riders Dolicki, Larry ........................................ Montreal Alouettes Duncan, James .................................... Edmonton Eskimos Dunstan, Norm ................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Eaman, Keith ................................. Saskatchewan, Ottawa Edwards, Bill ....................................... Calgary Stampeders Edwards, Jake ..................................... Ottawa Roughriders Elberg, Brad ............. Sask, Hamilton,Toronto, Winnipeg Endley, Fred .......................................... Edmonton Eskimos Erickson, John .......................................Toronto Argonauts Evans, Johnny .......................................Toronto Argonauts Faulkner, Ron ........................................Toronto Argonauts Fedor, Paul ..............................................Toronto Argonauts Ferguson, Larry ......................... Winnipeg Blue Bombers Fleming, Iain ........................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Francis, Ross ......................................Edmonton, Hamilton Fraser, Jan ...............................................Toronto Argonauts Freeman, Ryan ..................... Saskatchewan Roughriders Futa, John .............................................. Montreal Alouettes Gatfield, Bill ....................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Geard, Frank ......................................... Edmonton Eskimos Giffin, Mike ............................................Hamilton, Montreal [ 54 ] www.gogaelsgo.com

Griffin, Don ............................................Toronto Argonauts Greenhow, Paul ........................................................B.C Lions Greenwood, Jim .................................. Montreal Alouettes Hadden, Dave ..............Ottawa,Toronto, Sask, Hamilton Haggerty, Terry .................................... Montreal Alouettes Hagarty, Norm ................................... Calgary Stampeders Hargreaves, Doug ............................... Montreal Alouettes Harrison, Graydon ............................ Calgary Stampeders Hazlett, Ian .......................................... Calgary Stampeders Herman, Ron ........................................ Edmonton Eskimos Howe, Peter ...........................................Toronto Argonauts Howes, Bob .................. Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Hudson, Steve .................................... Calgary Stampeders Hughes, Jim ...............................................................B.C Lions Hughes, Billy ..................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Hutchison, Bill ...................................... Montreal Alouettes Innes, Cam ............................................ Edmonton Eskimos Ioannides, Christopher............ Winnipeg Blue Bombers Jamieson, Norm .................................. Montreal Alouettes Johnson, Gord ..................................... Montreal Alouettes Johnson, Jamie .................................. Calgary Stampeders Johnson, Pete ................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Kennedy, Cody .................................. Calgary Stampeders Kennedy, Stu .................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Kirk, Matt .........................................Ottawa, B.C., Hamilton Kochman, Al ..............................................................B.C Lions Kostuik, John .........................................Toronto Argonauts Kozan, Paul ............................ Saskatchewan Roughriders Lambros, Mike ..................................... Edmonton Eskimos Lang, Stuart .......................................... Edmonton Eskimos Landon, Jonathon ............ Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton Latham, Bob ....................................... Calgary Stampeders Latham, John ....................................... Montreal Alouettes Law, Mike ............................................... Edmonton Eskimos Leadley, Frank .......................................Toronto Argonauts Leckie, Norman .................................. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Lewis, Art ................................................Toronto Argonauts Lillies, Heino ..........................................B.C Lions, Montreal Loftus, Frank ..................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Lucenti, Gary ........................................ Montreal Alouettes MacLean, James ................................. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Malone, Kevin .......................................Toronto Argonauts Marinucci, Dave ....................................Toronto Argonauts McAleese, Bob ..................................... Montreal Alouettes McCarthy, Dan ..................... Saskatchewan Roughriders McKelvey, J.L .................................... Ottawa Rough Riders McKeen, James .................... Saskatchewan Roughriders McGill, Wayne ..................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats McIntyre, Don ...................................... Edmonton Eskimos McIver, Bill ............................................. Montreal Alouettes McNabb, Peter .................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Miklas, Bill .......................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Milliken, John ............................................................B.C Lions Mitchell, Marc .................................... Calgary Stampeders Mohr, Larry .............................................Edmonton, Ottawa Moller, Jason .................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Morris, Alex ................................. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Muller, Jim ............................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Munro, John ..........................................Toronto Argonauts Niklas, Doug ..................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Norrie, Bayne ................. B.C Lions, Edmonton, Montreal O’Doherty, Bob ...................................Hamilton, Winnipeg Paithouski, Nick .................................. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Pal, Joey ......................................................................B.C Lions Parnega, Brian ...................... Saskatchewan Roughriders Pearce, Dick ...................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Pendergast, Jim .................................. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Penner, Darrell ..................................... Edmonton Eskimos Pettit, Mike .......................................... Calgary Stampeders Poaps, Sam .............................................Toronto Argonauts Potivn, Guy ...........................................Winnipeg, Hamilton Powell, Kerry ......................................... Montreal Alouettes Prinzen, Fred ......................................... Montreal Alouettes Puffer, Neil.............................................. Edmonton Eskimos

Radchuk, Russ .................................. Ottawa Rough Riders Redfearn, John ..................... Saskatchewan Roughriders Rick, Christopher ............................ Ottawa Rough Riders Rose, Harold ..................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Rutka, Jim .............................................. Montreal Alouettes Quinn, John ........................................ Calgary Stampeders Quinn, Peter ...................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Richards, Dave ..................................... Montreal Alouettes Robb, Don ........................................... Calgary Stampeders Roberts, Dave ....................................... Edmonton Eskimos Rochette, Art ........................................ Montreal Alouettes Sabiston, Peter ........................... Winnipeg Blue Bombers Schad, Mike ...................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Schreider, Gary ................................ Ottawa Rough Riders Scott, Kevin ................................ Saskatchewan, Hamilton Sellens, Clair ........................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Semester, Gordon ................................Toronto Argonauts Shaw, Andy ...............................................Ottawa, Montreal Sheridan, Francis ................................. Edmonton Eskimos Sheritt, Jim ........................................ Ottawa Rough Riders Shore, Blaine ..................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Shugart, Paul ........................................ Edmonton Eskimos Sirman, Bill ............................ Saskatchewan Roughriders Sisson, Jack .......................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Sliter, Ernie .............................................Toronto Argonauts Smith, Brad ...........................................Toronto, Edmonton Smith, Chris..............................................Winnipeg, Toronto Sonshine, Harry ....................................Toronto Argonauts Spear, Craig .......................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats St. Martin, Maurice ..............................Toronto Argonauts Sterling, Dedrick ................................. Edmonton Eskimos Stewart, Ron ..................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Stollery, Art .......................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Stubbart, Andy .................................. Calgary Stampeders Stricker, Gary .........................................Toronto Argonauts Tait, Jim .............................................. Ottawa Rough Riders Taylor, Jonathan ...................................Toronto Argonauts Thoman, Russell ........................ Winnipeg Blue Bombers Thompson, Bill ........................... Winnipeg Blue Bombers Thompson, Jocko ........................... Ottawa Rough Riders Thornton, Bernie .............Toronto Argonauts, Winnipeg Trudeau, Corey .....................................Toronto Argonauts Turnbull, Jim ......................... Saskatchewan Roughriders Turner, Art ............................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Tyczka, Ted ............................................ Montreal Alouettes Ukwuoma, Osie ................................. Calgary Stampeders Valberg, Scott....................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Vanags, Alex ..........................................Toronto Argonauts Varcoe, John ......................................... Montreal Alouettes Waddell, Walt ................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Warrender, Brian ....................... Winnipeg Blue Bombers Walker, Doug ...................................... Calgary Stampeders Wasek, Mitch ....................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Ware, John ........................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Weir, Rob ................................................ Edmonton Eskimos West, Gary ........................................... Calgary Stampeders Whityk, Pete ........................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Williams, Jack ................................... Ottawa Rough Riders Williams, Shomari................ Saskatchewan Roughriders Wintermyer, John ................................Toronto Argonauts Wicklum, Mike ......................................Toronto Argonauts Wright, Dan ........................... Saskatchewan Roughriders Yach, John ............................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Young, Jim ..........................Toronto Argonauts, B.C Lions Zvonkin, Abe ....................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats Player NFL Franchise Elberg, Brad ..........................................Philadelphia Eagles Kostuik, John .............................................. New York Giants O’Donnell, Matt......................................Cincinnati Bengals Schad, Mike ..............................Los Angeles, Philadelphia Wintermeyer, John .............................Philadelphia Eagles Young, Jim ............................................... Minnesota Vikings


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

RECORDS OFFENSE Most Points Scored in a Season Name (Year).............................. Pts 1. Mike Giffin (‘07)........................ 96 2. Dan Village (‘08)....................... 90 3. Brad Elberg (‘92)....................... 84 3. Mike Giffin (‘08)........................ 84 5. Rob Weir (‘95)............................ 80 6. Chris Napoli (‘03)..................... 79 7. Craig Spear (‘03)....................... 78 8. Gord McLellan (‘71)................. 72 8. Brian Warrender (‘71)............. 72 10. John Wintermeyer (‘73)......... 70 Most Touch Downs in a Season Name (Year)...............................TD 1. Mike Giffin (‘07)........................ 16 2. Brad Elberg (‘92)....................... 14 2. Mike Giffin (‘08)........................ 14 4. Craig Spear (‘03)....................... 13 5. Gord McLellan (‘71)................. 12 5. Brian Warrender (‘71)............. 12 7. Scott Bissessar (‘82)................. 11 7. Scott Valberg (‘08)................... 11 Most Yards Rushing in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Mike Giffin (‘07)..................1,157 2. Ryan Granberg (‘11).......... 1,068 3. Mike Giffin (‘08).................. 1,061 4. Brad Elberg (‘92).....................937 5. Larry Mohr (‘82)......................873 6. Dave Hadden (‘73).................846 7. Jonathan Taylor (‘94)............837 8. Paul Beresford (‘90)...............811 8. Paul Correale (‘96).................811 10. Brian Warrender (‘71)...........809

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 9.

Most Carries in a Season Name (Year).......................Carries Mike Giffin (‘07)..................... 185 Ryan Granberg (‘11)..............161 Paul Correale (‘96).................149 Mike Giffin (‘08)......................148 Brian Warrender (‘71)...........127 Paul Beresford (‘90)...............126 Jonathan Taylor (‘94)............126 Larry Mohr (‘82)......................124 Brad Elberg (‘92).....................118 Paul Correale (‘98).................118

Highest Avg. Rush in a Season Name (Year)....................Average 1. Larry Mohr (‘83).....................13.5 2. Jimmy Therrien (‘08)............11.1 3. Wyatt Hartley (‘99)...............10.1 4. Tony Manastersky (‘79).......10.0 5. Jamie Johnson (‘68)............... 9.2 6. Bob O’Doherty (‘77)............... 9.1 6. Ryan Granberg (‘10)............... 9.1 8. Doug Cowan (‘64)................... 9.0 9. Dave Hadden (‘73).................. 8.9 9. Giovanni Aprile (‘10).............. 8.9 Longest Run From Scrimmage Name (Year) .........................Yards 1. Heino Lilles (‘64).....................104 2. Bryan Crawford (‘04)............... 99 3. Larry Mohr (‘83)........................ 96 3. Ryan Granberg (‘10)................ 96 5. Dave Hadden (‘71)................... 95 6. Cal Connor (‘63)........................ 90 6. Ron Clark (‘69)........................... 90 6. Dave Hadden (‘73)................... 90 9. Paul Correale (‘96)................... 89 10. Ryan Granberg (‘11)................ 88

Most Passes Att. in a Season Name (Year)............................. Att. 1. Tom Denison (‘03).................313 2. Tom Denison (‘02).................312 3. Danny Brannagan (‘09)........280 4. Danny Brannagan (‘08)........255 5. Danny Brannagan (‘06)........250 6. Beau Howes (‘99)...................228 7. Beau Howes (‘97)...................221 8. Justin Chapdelaine (‘10)......219 9. Danny Brannagan (‘07)........217 10. Billy McPhee (‘11)..................213 Most Completions in a Season Name (Year)........................ Comp 1. Tom Denison (‘03).................203 2. Tom Denison (‘02).................183 3. Danny Brannagan (‘09)........174 4. Danny Brannagan (‘08)........144 5. Justin Chapdelaine (‘10)......140 6. Danny Brannagan (‘05)........115 7. Beau Howes (‘99)...................114 8. Danny Brannagan (‘07)....... 112 9. Billy McPhee (‘11)..................108 10. Tom Denison (‘01).................106 Most Yards Passing in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Tom Denison (‘02)............. 3,001 2. Tom Denison (‘03)............. 2,907 3. Danny Brannagan (‘09).... 2,580 4. Danny Brannagan (‘08).... 2,407 5. Danny Brannagan (‘07).... 2,023 6. Justin Chapdelaine (‘10).. 1,878 7. Danny Brannagan (‘05).... 1,860 8. Beau Howes (‘98)............... 1,821 9. Danny Brannagan (‘06).... 1,749 10. Bob Wright (‘82)................. 1,731

Most TDs Thrown in a Season Name (Year).............................TDs 1. Tom Denison (‘03)................... 24 1. Danny Brannagan (‘08).......... 24 3. Tom Denison (‘02)................... 22 4. Don Bayne (‘68)........................ 15 4. Danny Brannagan (‘07).......... 15 4. Danny Brannagan (‘09).......... 15 7. Bob Wright (‘82)....................... 14 7. Tim Pendergast (‘89).............. 14 9. Bob Wright (‘83)....................... 13 9. Tim Pendergast (‘91).............. 13 9. Beau Howes (‘97)..................... 13 9. Justin Chapdelaine (‘10)........ 13 Highest Completion % in a Season Name (Year).......................PCT. % 1. Tom Denison (‘03)................64.9 2. Justin Chapdelaine (‘10).....63.9 3. Paul Senyshyn (‘88)..............64.5 4. Jim Rutka (‘78).......................64.3 5. Justin Chapdelaine (‘09).....64.0 6. Danny Brannagan (‘09).......62.1 7. Tom Denison (‘02)................58.7 8. Tim Pendergast (‘91)...........58.2 9. Peter Harrison (‘84)..............57.3 10. Danny Brannagan (‘08).......56.5 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7.

Most Int. Thrown in a Season Name (Year)............................INTs Doug Latham (‘75).................. 12 Raold Sevebrin (‘74)................ 11 Bob Wright (‘82)....................... 11 Tim Pendergast (‘89).............. 11 Rob Weir (‘94)............................ 11 Danny Brannagan (‘06).......... 11 Don Bayne (‘68)........................ 10 Tom Taylor (‘73)........................ 10 Bob Wright (‘83)....................... 10 Beau Howes (‘98)..................... 10 Tom Denison (‘01)................... 10 Ali Clarkson (‘04)...................... 10 Danny Brannagan (‘05, ‘08).. 10 Justin Chapdelaine (‘10)........ 10

Most Yards Receiving in a Season Name (Year) .........................Yards 1. Jock Climie (‘88)................. 1,091 2. James Maclean (‘01)......... 1,031 3. Scott Valberg (‘08)............. 1,013 4. Craig Spear (‘03)................. 1,000 5. James Maclean (‘99).............993 6. Scott Valberg (‘09).................913 7. Brad Smith (‘02)......................845 8. Iain Fleming (‘02)...................820 9. Rob Bagg (‘07)........................804 10. Brad Smith (‘05)......................772 Most All Purpose Yards in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Mike Giffin (‘07).................. 1,494 2. Rob Bagg (‘06).................... 1,320 3. Tom Macartney (‘82)......... 1,319 4. Brad Elberg (‘92)................. 1,199 5. Keith Eaman (‘68)............... 1,197 6. Mike Giffin (‘08).................. 1,184 7. Rob Bagg (‘07).................... 1,171 8. Gord McLellan (‘71)........... 1,160 9. Stu Lang (‘73)...................... 1,156 10. Paul Correale (‘98)............. 1,144

Most Receptions in a Season Name (Year).................... Catches 1. Craig Spear (‘03)....................... 63 2. Jock Climie (‘88)....................... 58 3. Scott Valberg (‘09)................... 55 4. James Maclean (‘99)............... 54 5. James Maclean (‘01)............... 52 6. Devan Sheahan (‘10).............. 49 7. Brad Smith (‘06)........................ 48 8. Chris Ioannides (‘09)............... 46 9. Iain Fleming (‘03)..................... 45 10. Iain Fleming (‘02)..................... 43 Longest Reception in a Season Name (Year) .........................Yards 1. Jim Pendergast (‘83).............104 1. Rob Bagg (‘06)........................104 3. Craig Spear (‘03)....................... 99 4. Ross O’Doherty (‘82)............... 96 5. Scott Valberg (‘05)................... 95 6. Brad Smith (‘02)........................ 93 7. Rob Bagg (‘07).......................... 90 7. Matt Carlyle (‘95)...................... 90 9. Rob Bagg (‘07).......................... 89 10. Dave Best (‘78).......................... 88 Avg. Yards Per Reception in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Ross O’Doherty (‘83)............30.1 2. Devan Sheahan (‘07)...........28.8 3. Bob O’Doherty (‘78).............28.5 4. Greg Baun (‘85)......................27.6 5. Tom Chown (‘68)...................27.5 6. Rob Miller (‘79)......................26.2 7. Matt Carlyle (‘96)...................25.9 8. John Corrigan (‘81)...............25.5 9. Jim Young (‘64)......................25.0 10. Bayne Norrie (‘64).................24.8 10. Ken Radcliffe (‘98).................24.8 Most Yards Receiving in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. James MacLean ................. 3,138 2. Scott Valberg ...................... 2,917 3. Brad Smith .......................... 2,683 4. Jock Climie .......................... 2,340 5. Iain Fleming ........................ 2,170 6. Rob Bagg ............................. 2,156 7. Devan Sheahan.................. 1,786 8. Bob O’Doherty .................. 1,685 9. Chris Gear ............................ 1,677 10. Scott Bissessar ................... 1,480 Most Yards Passing in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Danny Brannagan ..........10,714 2. Tom Denison ...................... 7,592 3. Beau Howes ........................ 6,884 4. Bob Wright .......................... 5,390 5. Cal Connor .......................... 5,049 6. Tim Pendergast ................. 4,432 7. Tom Taylor ........................... 2,492 8. Peter Harrison .................... 2,390 9. Justin Chapdelaine........... 2,009 10. Billy McPhee ....................... 1,956 Most Yards Rushing in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Mike Giffin ........................... 3,035 2. Larry Mohr .......................... 3,015 3. Paul Correale ...................... 2,845 4. Ron Stewart ........................ 2,576 5. Brad Elberg ......................... 2,171 6. Heino Lilles ......................... 2,094 7. Paul Beresford .................... 2,057 8. Brian Warrender ................ 2,043 9. Dave Hadden ..................... 1,850 10. Ryan Granberg .................. 1,804

# 33 Larry Mohr ranks second among Queen’s all-time rushing leaders

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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

RECORDS OFFENSE

Most Receptions in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. James MacLean .....................173 2. Scott Valberg ..........................153 3. Brad Smith ..............................148 4. Devan Sheahan......................124 5. Iain Fleming ............................123 6. Jock Climie ..............................121 7. Chris Gear .................................. 95 8. Rob Bagg ................................... 87 9. Craig Spear ................................ 83 10. Bob O’Doherty ........................ 77

Most Passes Completed in a Career Name.......................................Total 1. Danny Brannagan ................667 2. Tom Denison ..........................492 3. Beau Howes ............................430 4. Cal Connor ..............................335 5. Tim Pendergast .....................311 6. Bob Wright ..............................301 7. Don Bayne ...............................183 8. Tom Taylor ...............................172 9. Justin Chapdelaine...............156 10. Billy McPhee ...........................136

Touchdowns Receiving in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Brad Smith ................................ 23 2. Scott Valberg ............................ 21 3. Scott Bissessar ......................... 20 4. Craig Spear ................................ 18 4. Jock Climie ................................ 18 6. Iain Fleming .............................. 17 6. Bob O’Doherty ........................ 17 6. James MacLean ....................... 17 9. Chris Gear .................................. 14 10. Bayne Norrie ............................. 13

Highest Completion % in a Career Name.......................................Total 1. Justin Chapdelaine..............63.4 2. Tom Denison .........................56.7 3. Danny Brannagan ...............54.6 4. Don Bayne ............................. 50.9 5. Billy McPhee...........................50.7 6. Peter Harrison .......................50.3 7. Tim Pendergast ....................49.5 8. Beau Howes ...........................48.7 9. Cal Connor .............................48.4 10. Tom Taylor ..............................48.3

Highest Receiving Avg. in a Career

Touchdown Passes in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Danny Brannagan .................. 77 2. Tom Denison ............................ 56 3. Cal Connor ................................ 50 4. Beau Howes .............................. 43 5. Bob Wright ................................ 39 6. Tim Pendergast ....................... 37 7. Don Bayne ................................. 29 8. Peter Harrison .......................... 25 9. Tom Taylor ................................. 18 10. Doug Latham ........................... 13 10. Justin Chapdelaine................. 13

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Name.......................................Total Bob Miller ...............................29.2 Ross O’Doherty ....................23.1 Rob Bagg ................................23.1 Brad Smith .............................22.8 Jim Young ...............................22.0 Bayne Norrie ..........................21.9 Bob O’Doherty .....................21.7 Scott Bissessar ......................20.6 Matt Carlyle ...........................20.0 Jim Pendergast .....................19.8

Most Passes Attempted in a Career Name.......................................Total 1. Danny Brannagan ............ 1,221 2. Beau Howes ............................883 3. Tom Denison ..........................823 4. Cal Connor ..............................692 5. Bob Wright ..............................628 6. Tim Pendergast .....................621 7. Don Bayne ...............................359 8. Tom Taylor .............................. 356 9. Billy McPhee ...........................275 10. Doug Latham .........................270

Most Carries in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Paul Correale ..........................503 2. Mike Giffin ...............................476 3. Larry Mohr ..............................426 4. Heino Lilles .............................344 5. Ron Stewart ............................337 6. Paul Beresford ........................332 7. Brian Warrender ....................324 8. Brad Elberg .............................294 9. Dave Hadden .........................262 10. Ryan Granberg.......................258

Highest Avg. Per Rush in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Ron Stewart ............................. 7.6 2. Brad Elberg .............................. 7.4 3. Greg Baun ................................ 7.3 4. Dave Hadden .......................... 7.1 5. Larry Mohr ...............................7.0 6. Ryan Granberg........................ 6.6 7. Mike Giffin ................................ 6.4 8. Brian Warrrender ................... 6.3 8. Paul Beresford ......................... 6.3 10. Bryan Crawford ...................... 6.1 10. Heino Lilles .............................. 6.1 Rushing Touchdowns in a Career Name.......................................Total 1. Paul Correale ............................ 29 2. Ron Stewart .............................. 28 3. Mike Giffin ................................. 27 4. Heino Lilles ............................... 23 5. Brad Elberg ............................... 21 6. Larry Mohr ................................ 19 7. Keith Eaman ............................. 17 8. Dave Marinucci ........................ 16 9. Bill Edwards ..............................15 9. Ryan Granberg......................... 15 Total Touchdowns in a Career Name.......................................Total 1. Mike Giffin ................................. 34 2. Paul Correale ............................ 30 3. Ron Stewart .............................. 29 4. Brad Elberg ............................... 25 5. Heino Lilles ............................... 24 5. Brad Smith ................................ 24 7. Bob O’Doherty ........................ 21 7. Scott Valberg............................. 21 9. Scott Bissessar ......................... 20 10. Keith Eaman ............................. 19 10. Larry Mohr ................................ 19 Most All-Purpose Yards in a Career Name.......................................Total 1. Tom Macartney ................. 4,645 2. Mike Giffin ........................... 4,129 3. Paul Correale ...................... 4,007 4. Bryan Crawford .................3,599 5. Ron Stewart ........................ 3,597 6. Larry Mohr .......................... 3,564 7. James MacLean ................. 3,418 8. Rob Bagg ............................. 3,362 9. Stuart Lang ......................... 3,134 10. Brad Smith .......................... 3,059

In 2007, Mike Giffin became the first Queen’s player to rush for over 1,000 yards in one season

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Most Points Scored in a Regular Season - Career Name.......................................Total 1. Dan Village...............................334 2. Jamie Galloway .....................265 3. Mike Giffin ...............................204 4. Connie Mandala ....................202 5. Blaine Shore ...........................199 6. Doug Cozac ............................184 7. Paul Correale ..........................180 8. Ron Stewart ............................152 9. Roger Levac ............................150 9. Brad Elberg .............................150 9. Brad Smith ..............................150

Brad Elberg ranks fourth on Queen’s alltime list with 25 touchdowns

Brad Smith ranks second in all-time receptions at Queen’s


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

RECORDS DEFENSE

Most Total Tackles in a Season Name (Year).......................... Total 1. Sam Sabourin (‘10)................ 78* 2. Ian Hazlett (‘05)........................ 74 3. Jim Aru (‘96)............................... 73 4. Tom Langford (‘86).................. 71 5. Derek Spronck (‘97).............68.5 6. Chris Robyn (‘99)...................... 68 7. Dave Bannatyne (‘96)............ 67 8. Mike Boone (‘89)..................... 66 8. Mike Boone (‘91)..................... 66 10. Mike Boone (‘90)...................... 64 Most Assisted Tackles in a Season Name (Year).......................... Total 1. Tom Langford (‘86).................. 43 2. Peter Pain (‘90).......................... 41 3. Brent Pullen (‘96)..................... 40 4. Mike Boone (‘91)...................... 38 5. Mike Boone (‘90)...................... 37 6. Tom Langford (‘84).................. 34 7. Peter Pain (‘92).......................... 33 7. Dave Bannatyne (‘96)............. 33 9. Jim Aru (‘98)............................... 32 9. Chris Robyn (‘99)...................... 32 Most Tackles For a Loss in a Season Name (Year).......................... Total 1. Sam Sabourin (‘10).................... 9 2. Michael Patone (‘04)..................8 2. Shomari Williams (‘09)..............8 4. James Osborn (‘95)....................7 4. James MacLean (‘97).................7 4. Jack Gaudreau (‘02)...................7 7. Tim Ware (‘93)..............................6 7. Jim Aru (‘97)..................................6 7. Dave Bannatyne (‘97)................6 7. Thaine Carter (‘07)......................6 7. Thaine Carter (‘08)......................6

Most Pass Breakups in Season Name (Year).......................... Total 1. Jimmy Allin (‘07)....................... 10 1. Mike Botting (‘08)....................10 3. Andrew Lue (‘11)........................ 8 3. TJ Chase-Dunawa (‘11).............8 4. Kirby Calvert (‘05).......................7 4. Jimmy Allin (‘06)..........................7 4. Dave Rooney (‘08)......................7 8. Nick Corneil (‘04).........................6 8. Jason Wimmer (‘99)...................6 8. Nick Corneil (‘03).........................6 8. Joshua Sultana (‘10)...................6 Most Total Tackles in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Mike Boone..............................229 2. Tom Langford ........................226 3. Jim Aru .....................................215 4. Dave Bannatyne.....................197 4. Ian Hazlett................................197 6. Derek Spronck........................193 7. Curt McLellan......................... 186 8. Michael Patone.......................182 9. Andy Miners............................168 10. Thaine Carter...........................155 Most Assisted Tackles in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Tom Langford.........................124 2. Mike Boone..............................117 3. Peter Pain.................................104 4. Jim Aru........................................ 96 5. Derek Spronck.......................... 89 6. Andy Miners.............................. 84 7. Dave Bannatyne....................... 80 8. Curt McLellan............................ 77 9. Brent Pullen............................... 70 10. Michael Patone......................... 63

Most Pass Breakups in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Jimmy Allin................................25 2. Joshua Sultana......................... 21 3. Mike Botting.............................. 19 4. Kirby Calvert..............................17 5. TJ Chase-Dunawa.................... 13 6. Nick Corneil............................... 12 6. Alex Deprato.............................12 6. Andrew Lue............................... 12 6. Dave Rooney.............................12 10. Osie Ukwuoma......................... 10 10. Jason Wimmer.......................... 10 10. Matt Vickers............................... 10 Most Solo Tackles in a Season Name (Year).......................... Total 1. Sam Sabourin (‘10).................. 50 2. Adam Ross (‘06)........................ 49 3. Ian Hazlett (‘05)........................ 48 3. Michael Patone (‘05)............... 48 5. Michael Patone (‘04)............... 44 6. Ryan Bechmanis (‘05)............. 42 7. Thaine Carter (‘07)................... 41 8. Derek Spronck (‘97)................ 37 8. D.J. Mulholland (‘05)............... 37 10. Curt McLellan (‘01).................. 35 10. Matt Vickers (‘09)..................... 35 Most Interceptions in a Season Name (Year).......................... Total 1. Alex Morris (‘72)..........................7 1. Jim D’Andrea (‘76)......................7 1. Joel Dagnone (‘92).....................7 4. Mike Lambros (‘70).....................6 4. Darrell Penner (‘75)....................6 4. John Corrigan (‘82).....................6 4. Andrew Tewsley (‘97)................6 4. Paul Greenhow (‘95)..................6 9. John Latham (‘66).......................5 9. Jimmy Allin (‘09)..........................5

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Most QB Sacks in a Season Name (Year).......................... Total Jim Aru (‘96)............................... 12 Gavin Higgs (‘88)...................... 10 Osie Ukwuoma (‘08).............. 9.5 Rob Ball (‘79).................................9 Jim Muller (‘79)............................8 Jim Aru (‘97).............................. 7.5 Dee Sterling (‘08).................... 7.5 Dick Bakker (‘78).........................7 Andrew Day (‘88)........................7 Jamie Lewin (‘91)........................7 Jim Aru (‘98)..................................7

Most QB Sacks in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Jim Aru.................................... 31.5 2. Osie Ukwuoma......................24.5 3. Rob Ball....................................... 19 4. Jim Muller................................... 16 5. Jamie Lewin............................... 15 5. Gavin Higgs............................... 15 7. Matt Kirk..................................... 14 8. Dick Bakker................................12 9. Dedrick Sterling....................... 12 10. James Osborn........................11.5 Most Solo Tackles in a Career Name (Year).......................... Total 1. Michael Patone.......................134 2. Adam Ross...............................116 3. Jimmy Allin..............................110 4. Curt McLellan..........................109 5. Matt Vickers.............................108 6. DJ Muholland..........................106 7. Ian Hazlett................................105 8. Mike Boone................................ 96 9. Tom Langford........................... 95 10. Thaine Carter............................. 93

Most Tackles For a Loss in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Osie Ukwuoma.........................18 2. Jim Aru.....................................15.5 3. Mike Boone................................14 4. Thaine Carter............................. 13 4. Jack Gaudreau.......................... 13 6. Andrew Peppin........................ 12 7. Matt Clifford.............................. 11 7. James Osborn...........................11 9. Dedrick Sterling....................... 10 9. Tim Ware.....................................10 . Most Interceptions in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Darrell Penner........................... 16 1. Jimmy Allin................................ 16 3. Jim D’Andrea............................. 15 3. Mike Lambros........................... 15 3. Ted Tyczka..................................15 6. Mark Burleigh........................... 14 6. Andrew Tewsley....................... 14 8. Alex Morris................................. 13 8. Joel Dagnone............................ 13 10. Guy Potvin.................................. 12

Jimmy Allin - holds the record for most pass break-ups in a career (25)

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QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

RECORDS

SPECIAL TEAMS Most Field Goals in a Season Name (Year).............................FGs 1. John Wintermeyer (‘73)......... 18 2. Chris Napoli (‘03)..................... 14 2. Dan Village (‘08)....................... 14 4. Blaine Shore (‘76)..................... 13 4. Blaine Shore (‘79)..................... 13 4. Jamie Galloway (‘89)............... 13 4. Ryan Elger (‘06)......................... 13 8. Roger Levac (‘01)..................... 12 8. Ryan Elger (‘05)......................... 12 8. Dan Village (‘09)....................... 12 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 8.

Most Kickoffs in a Season Name (Year)............................ KOs Dan Village (‘08)....................... 56 Doug Cozac (‘71)...................... 47 Dan Village (‘10)....................... 45 Chris Napoli (‘03)..................... 43 Jamie Galloway (‘91)............... 43 Connie Mandala (‘84).............39 Dan Village (‘11)....................... 39 Roger Levac (‘01)..................... 38

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8. 8.

Longest Kickoff Name (Year)..........................Yards Connie Mandala (‘87)............. 88 Blaine Shore (‘76)..................... 80 Dan Village (‘08)....................... 76 Jamie Galloway (‘90)............... 75 Will Kennedy (‘74).................... 74 Gary Schreider (‘54)................ 73 Roger Levac (‘02)..................... 72 Roger Levac (‘03)..................... 70 Blaine Shore (‘78)..................... 70 Blaine Shore (‘79)..................... 70 Jamie Galloway (‘92)............... 70

Most Kickoff Yards in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Dan Village (‘08)................. 2,882 2. Dan Village (‘10)................. 2,328 3. Doug Cozac(‘71)................. 2,026 4. Jamie Galloway (‘91).........2,007 5. Dan Village (‘11).................. 1975 6. Chris Naploi (‘03)............... 1,958 7. Conrad Mandala (‘84)....... 1,838 8. Roger Levac (‘01)............... 1,751 9. Dan Village (‘07)................. 1,740 10. Blaine Shore (‘77)............... 1,673 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 7. 7. 7. 7.

Most Singles in a Season Name (Year)......................Singles Frank Geard (‘53)...................... 11 Jacko Thompson (‘54)...............7 Larry Ferguson (‘67)...................7 Jamie Galloway (‘90)..................7 Roger Levac (‘01)........................7 Dan Village (‘09)..........................7 Jacko Thompson (‘58)...............6 Mike Lambros (‘71).....................6 Bill Barrable (‘83).........................6 Connie Mandala (‘86)................6

Highest Kickoff Average in a Season Name (Year)............................ KOs 1. Blaine Shore (‘78)..................55.2 2. Mike Petranovic (‘09)...........55.1 3. Gary Scheider (‘54)...............54.5 4. Blaine Shore (‘79)..................54.2 5. Kelly Kinahan (‘85)................52.6 6. Dan Village (‘09)....................52.5 7. Blaine Shore (‘75)..................52.0 8. Dan Village (‘10)....................51.7 9. Dan Village (‘08)....................51.5 10. Blaine Shore (‘77)..................50.7

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Most Yards Punting in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Will Vreugdenhil (‘00)....... 2,817 2. Dan Village (‘07)................. 2,759 3. Dan Coderre (‘95).............. 2,741 4. Will Vreugdenhil (‘05)....... 2,610 5. Will Vreugdenhil (‘02)....... 2,585 6. Beau Howes (‘99)............... 2,513 7. Ryan Elger (‘06)................... 2,512 8. Dan Coderre (‘96).............. 2,460 9. Mike Lambros (‘70)............ 2,418 10. Will Kennedy (‘75).............. 2,394 11. Bill Barrable (‘83)................ 2,394 Highest Punting Avg in a Season Name (Year)............................ Avg 1. Keith Eaman (‘69)..................54.5 2. Jocko Thompson (‘58).........43.8 3. Jocko Thompson (‘55).........40.0 4. Mike Lambros (‘71)...............40.4 5. Dan Village (‘08)....................40.3 6. Jocko Thompson (‘54).........39.5 7. Mike Lambros (‘70)...............39.0 8. Larry Ferguson (‘66).............38.8 9. Bill Barrable (‘82)...................38.6 10. Jocko Tompson (‘57)............38.3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 5. 8. 8. 8. 8.

Longest Punt Name (Year)..........................Yards Dan Village (‘10)....................... 86 Terry Wright (‘76)..................... 77 Will Vreugdenhil (‘02)............. 75 Jocko Thompson (‘54)............ 73 Fred Prinzen (‘80)..................... 71 Paul Senyshen (‘87)................. 71 Will Vreugdenhil (‘00)............. 71 Jocko Thompson (‘54)............ 70 Keith Eaman (‘69)..................... 70 Mike Lambros (‘69).................. 70 Beau Howes (‘98)..................... 70

Most Kickoff Return Yards in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Jimmy Allins (‘09)...................490 2. Jason Wimmer (‘00)..............413 3. Tom Macartney (‘81).............391 4. Bryan Crawford (‘01)............ 376 5. Giovanni Aprile (‘11).............365 5. John Larsen (‘84)....................365 7. Randy Zarichny (‘87).............363 8. Tom Macartney (‘82).............337 9. Rob Bagg (‘06)........................334 10. Bryan Crawford (‘01).............322 Longest Kickoff Return Name (Year).........................Yards 1. Giovanni Aprile (‘11).............109 2. M Pettit- N. Dunstan (‘61)...108 2. Keith Eaman (‘69)...................108 4. Darrell Penner (‘76)...............105 4. Jimmy Allin (‘09).....................105 6. Paul Correale (‘97).................100 6. Bob O’Doherty (‘75)..............100 6. Randy Zarichny (‘87).............100 9. Brian Warrender (‘71)............. 92 10. Giovanni Aprile (‘11)............... 90 Most Kick-off Return Yards in a Career Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Tom Macartney.................. 1,044 2. Bryan Crawford......................999 3. Paul Correale...........................860 4. Jimmy Allin..............................726 5. Paul Kozan................................722 6. Jason Wimmer........................667 7. John Larsen.............................652 8. Rob Bagg..................................592 9. Bob O’Doherty.......................591 10. Ron Stewart.............................571

Highest Kickoff Ret. Avg. in a Season Name (Year)....................Average 1. Jimmy Therrin (‘08)............. 36.8 2. Giovanni Aprile (‘11)............36.5 3. Darrell Penner (‘76)..............34.8 4. Jamie Johnston (‘66)...........33.4 5. Bob O’Doherty (‘75).............32.8 6. Brian Warrender (‘71)..........28.8 7. Randy Zarichny (‘87)............26.8 8. John Booth (‘72)....................25.9 9. Jimmy Allin (‘07)....................25.8 10. Rob Bagg (‘06).......................25.3

Most Converts in a Season Name (Year)......................... Conv. 1. Dan Village (‘08)....................... 45 2. Doug Cozac (‘71)...................... 35 3. Chris Napoli (‘03)..................... 34 4. Jamie Galloway (‘91)............... 31 5. Connie Mandala (‘84)............. 29 5. Dan Village (‘10)....................... 29 7. Jamie Galloway (‘92)...............28 7. Dan Village (‘11)....................... 28 9. Dan Village (‘07)....................... 26 10. Kelly Kinahan(‘81).................... 25

Most Punt Ret. Yards in a Season Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Jimmy Allin (‘08).....................638 2. Jimmy Allin (‘09).................... 592 3. Alex Carroll (‘11).....................463 4. Bryan Crawford (‘02).............448 5. Rob Bagg (‘06)........................421 6. Stuart Lang (‘70).....................405 7. Tom Mccartney (‘81).............391 8. Gord McLellan (‘71)...............389 9. Nick Corneil (‘03)....................377 10. Tom Mccartney (‘80).............363

Highest Field Goal % in a Season Name (Year)..............................Pct 1. Dan Village (‘09)....................92.3 2. Doug Cozac (‘69)...................85.7 3. Bill Barrable (‘82)...................84.6 3. Dan Village (‘10)....................84.6 5. Blaine Shore (‘77)..................81.8 6. Jamie Galloway (‘92)............80.0 7. Turi Mercuri (‘99)...................77.7 8. Ryan Elger (‘05)......................75.0 8. Jamie Galloway (‘88)............75.0 8. John Wintermeyer (‘73)......75.0

Most Punt Returns in a Season Name (Year).................... Returns 1. Rob Bagg (‘06).......................... 60 2. Ryan Timms (‘97)...................... 49 3. Tom McCartney (‘81).............. 47 4. James Maclean (‘98)............... 42 4. Jimmy Allin (‘09).......................42 6. Alex Carroll (‘11)....................... 41 6. Jamie McKinnon (‘84)............. 41 8. Paul Greenhow (‘96)............... 39 9. Jimmy Allin (‘08)....................... 38 10. Ted Tyczka (‘78)........................ 35 10. Rob Weir (‘95)............................ 35

Most Field Goals in a Career Name......................................... FG’s 1. Dan Village................................ 54 2. Jamie Galloway ....................... 47 3. Blaine Shore ............................. 38 4. Dan Village................................. 33 5. Doug Cozac .............................. 28 6. Roger Levac .............................. 27 7. Ryan Elger ................................. 25 8. Connie Mandala ...................... 22 9. Bill Barrable ............................... 19 9. Chris Napoli .............................. 19

Highest Punt Return Average in a Season Name.........................................Avg. 1. Keith Eaman (‘70)..................24.0 2. Jim McKeen (‘68)...................20.6 3. Darrell Penner (‘76)..............18.8 4. Gord McLellan (‘71)..............18.2 5. Bryan Crawford (‘02)............17.5 6. Stuart Lang (‘71)....................17.1 7. Jimmy Allin (‘08)....................16.7 8. Jimmy Allin (‘07)....................16.6 9. Stuart Lang (‘70)....................16.2 10. Jim Turnbull (‘69)..................15.8 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 7. 9. 9.

Longest Punt Return Name (Year)..........................Yards Dobie Dorrance (‘88).............. 95 Darrell Penner (‘75)................. 94 Keith Eaman (‘70)..................... 80 Jimmy Allin (‘09)....................... 78 Sean Mckinnon (‘04)............... 77 Jimmy Allin (‘07)....................... 77 Bob O’Doherty (‘75)................ 75 Jimmy Allin (‘08)....................... 75 Brad Smith (‘04)........................ 72 Rob Bagg (‘07).......................... 72

Longest FG Return in a Season Name(Year)...........................Yards 1. Jimmy Allin (‘09).....................120 2. Jimmy Allin (‘07).....................117 2. Nick Corneil (‘04)....................115 3. Jimmy Allin (‘07)....................... 96

Longest Field Goals Blaine Shore (Sept. 8, 1979).......... 52 Dan Village (Sept. 18, 2010).......... 50 Most Converts in a Career Name ..................................... Conv. 1. Dan Village...............................150 2. Jamie Galloway .....................105 3. Doug Cozac .............................. 89 4. Connie Mandala ...................... 86 5. Roger Levac .............................. 66 6. Blaine Shore ............................. 53 7. Chris Napoli .............................. 44 8. Ryan Elger ................................. 40 9. Bill Barrable ............................... 33 10. Kelly Kinahan ........................... 32 Most Yards Punting in a Career Name.......................................Yards 1. Jocko Thompson ............12,691 2. Will Vreugdenhil ..............12,118 3. Dan Village........................ 10,866 4. Dan Coderre .....................10,595 5. Mike Lambros .................... 6,991 5. Larry Ferguson ................... 5,683 7. Beau Howes ........................ 4,952 8. Ryan Elger ........................... 4,737 9. Bill Barrable ......................... 3,650

Most Single Points in a Career Name (Year)......................Singles 1. Dan Village.................................25 2. Jacko Thompson ..................... 23 3. Connie Mandala ...................... 20 4. Jamie Galloway ....................... 19 5. Roger Levac .............................. 14 6. Bill Barrable ............................... 12 7. Frank Geard .............................. 11 7. Larry Ferguson ......................... 11 7. Blaine Shore ............................. 11 10. Guy Potvin ................................. 10 10. Will Vreugdenhil ...................... 10 Most Kickoff Yards in a Career Name (Year)..........................Yards 1. Dan Village ....................... 10,573 2. Jamie Galloway ................. 6,589 3. Conrad Mandala ............... 6,254 4. Blaine Shore ....................... 5,154 5. Roger Levac ........................ 4,431 6. Dan Coderre ....................... 4,194 7. Ryan Elger ........................... 3,270 8. Doug Cozac ........................ 3,098 9. Kelly Kinahan ..................... 2,955 10. Will Kennedy ...................... 2,394 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Most Punts in a Season Name (Year)............................Year Wll Kennedy (‘75)..................... 79 Dan Coderre (‘95) ................... 79 Will Vreugdenhil (‘00)............. 77 Dan Coderre (‘96) ................... 75 Dan Village (‘07)....................... 74 Ryan Elgar (‘06)......................... 71 Will Vreugdenhil (‘04)............. 70 Will Vreugdenhil (‘02)............. 69 Beau Howes (‘99)..................... 68 Tom Taylor (‘74)........................ 67

Most Punt Ret. Yards in a Career Total................................................... 1. Jimmy Allin ......................... 1,514 2. Tom Macartney ................. 1,274 3. Stuart Lang ......................... 1,119 4. Mark Morrison .......................889 5. Rob Bagg .................................770 6. Keith Eaman ...........................747 7. Jamie McKinnon ...................722 8. Bryan Crawford .....................651 9. Paul Greenhow ......................635 10. Darrell Penner ........................584 Most Punts in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Dan Coderre ...........................379 2. Will Vreugdenhil ................... 329 3. Dan Village...............................290 4. Jocko Thompson ..................251 5. Mike Lambros ........................178 6. Larry Ferguson .......................148 7. Beau Howes ............................144 8. Ryan Elger ...............................133 9. Conrad Mandala ...................102 9. Jamie Galloway .....................102 Most Kickoffs in a Career Name....................................... Total 1. Dan Village ..............................209 2. Jamie Galloway .....................151 3. Conrad Mandala ...................108 4. Roger Levac ............................104 5. Blaine Shore ............................. 99 6. Dan Coderre ............................. 81 7. Ryan Elger ................................. 74 8. Jocko Thompson .................... 64 9. Doug Cozak .............................. 59 10. Kelly Kinahan ........................... 53


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TEAM RECORDS SPECIAL TEAMS Punt Return Average In a Season Avg. .....................................Season 1. 16.0 ......................................... 1971 2. 15.6 ......................................... 1970 3. 13.9 ......................................... 1969 4. 13.5 ......................................... 2008 5. 12.7.......................................... 2009 6. 11.6 ......................................... 1983 6. 11.6 ......................................... 1968 8. 11.5 ......................................... 2003 9. 11.4 ......................................... 1973 10. 11.4 ......................................... 2011

Most Kickoff Return Yards in a Season Yards .................................................Year 1. 701 ..........................................2000 2. 588........................................... 2011 3. 584 .......................................... 1984 4. 581 .......................................... 1981 5. 550 .......................................... 1982 6. 553 .......................................... 1998 7. 551 .......................................... 1971 8. 524 .......................................... 1974 9. 517 .......................................... 2004 10. 513 .......................................... 1999

Most All-Purpose Yards in a Season Total ..........................................Year 1. 5,703 ....................................... 2008 2. 5,232........................................ 2009 3. 5,091 ....................................... 2003 4. 4,914 ....................................... 2002 5. 4,615 ....................................... 2004 6. 4,568 ....................................... 2007 7. 4,558........................................ 2010 8. 4,428 ....................................... 1971 9. 4,339 ....................................... 1998 10. 4,177 ....................................... 1991

Punt Return Yards in a Season Total.......................................... Year 1. 918 .......................................... 2008 2. 800 .......................................... 1970 3. 794 .......................................... 1969 4. 732 .......................................... 2002 5. 688 .......................................... 1973 6. 685...........................................2009 7. 684........................................... 2011 8. 673 .......................................... 2007 9. 667 .......................................... 2003 10. 662 .......................................... 2006

OFFENCE Most Yards Passing in a Season Total ..........................................Year 1. 3,147 ....................................... 2003 2. 3,036 ....................................... 2002 3. 2,787........................................ 2009 4. 2,580 ....................................... 2008 5. 2,352 ....................................... 1998 6. 2,283........................................ 2010 7. 2,173 ....................................... 2001 8. 2,133 ....................................... 2005 9. 2,104 ....................................... 2007 10. 1,991 ....................................... 2004

Total Offensive Yards Per Game Total..........Games...................Year 1. 520.0.........8............................. 2008 2. 502.3.........8............................. 2003 3. 495.0.........8............................. 2009 4. 471.1.........8............................. 2002 5. 461.1.........7............................. 1984 6. 445.0.........8............................. 2010 7. 437.1.........8............................. 2007 8. 440.2.........8............................. 1998 9. 426.8.........8............................. 2004 10. 426.6.........8............................. 2011

Highest Kickoff Return Average in a Season Yards .........................................Year 1. 26.7..........................................2011 2. 26.5 ......................................... 1975 3. 26.3 ......................................... 2000 4. 24.4 ......................................... 1999 5. 24.0 ......................................... 1998 6. 22.9 ......................................... 1969 7. 21.9 ......................................... 2006 8. 21.8 ......................................... 1966 9. 20.9 ......................................... 1984 10. 20.7 ......................................... 1987

Most Points Scored in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 361 .......................................... 2003 2. 374 .......................................... 2008 3. 307 .......................................... 1971 4. 278 .......................................... 1991 5. 272........................................... 2009 6. 271 .......................................... 2002 7. 249........................................... 2010 8. 229 .......................................... 2007 9. 225 .......................................... 1992 10. 222 .......................................... 2011

Most First Downs Passing in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 130............................................ 2009 2. 129............................................ 2003 3. 119............................................ 2002 4. 108............................................ 2010 5. 100............................................ 2008 6. 87.............................................. 1982 7. 85.............................................. 2001 8. 78.............................................. 2005 8. 78.............................................. 1988 10. 77.............................................. 1991 10. 77.............................................. 1983

Most Yards Rushing in a Season Total ..........................................Year 1. 2,171 ....................................... 1971 2. 2,038 ....................................... 1984 3. 1,914 ....................................... 1973 4. 1,886 ....................................... 1985 5. 1,821 ....................................... 1977 6. 1,752 ....................................... 2008 7. 1,730........................................ 2010 8. 1,724 ....................................... 1992 9. 1,675 ....................................... 1990 10. 1,569 ....................................... 1994

Most First Downs Rushing in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 125........................................... 1984 2. 115........................................... 1985 3. 106........................................... 1971 4. 104...........................................2010 5. 88.............................................. 2011 6. 87.............................................. 1977 6. 87.............................................. 1998 6. 87.............................................. 1999 9. 82.............................................. 1981

Most Touchdowns Scored in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 45.............................................. 2008 2. 43 ............................................. 2003 3. 40 ............................................. 1971 4. 34 ............................................. 1991 5. 33 ............................................. 2002 6. 30.............................................. 2009 6. 30..............................................2010 6. 30.............................................. 2011 9. 28 ............................................. 1968 9. 28 ............................................. 2007

Total First Downs in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 213........................................... 2009 2. 212...........................................2010 3. 207........................................... 2003 4. 195........................................... 2008 5. 185........................................... 1984 6. 183........................................... 1991 7. 182........................................... 2002 8. 179........................................... 1971 9. 168........................................... 2004 9. 168...........................................2007 9. 168........................................... 2011

Total Offensive Yards in a Season Total.......................................... Year 1. 4,019 ....................................... 2003 2. 4,013........................................ 2010 3. 3,960........................................ 2009 4. 3,861 ....................................... 2008 5. 3,768 ....................................... 2002 6. 3,522 ....................................... 1998 7. 3,497 .......................................2007 8. 3,413........................................ 2011 9. 3,408 ....................................... 2004 10. 3,295 ....................................... 1971

DEFENCE Most two or less Offensive Series in a Game Total..........Opponent............Year 1. 16...............vs. Windsor.........2003 2. 15...............vs. Waterloo.......2011 2. 15 ..............vs. WLU ............... 2008 4. 14...............vs. UWO.............. 2006 4. 14...............vs. TOR.................2010 4. 14...............vs. WLU................2011 7. 13...............vs. Toronto......... 2003 7. 13...............vs. Toronto......... 2006 7. 13 ..............vs. York ............... 2008 7. 13...............vs. York................ 2009 7. 13...............vs. Windsor.........2010 .

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TEAM RECORDS Big Plays – (Sack, Tackle for Loss, Pass Break-ups) in a Season (1990- ) Total..........Year................... Games 1. 100.............2008.............................8 2. 86...............2011.............................8 2. 86...............2004.............................8 2. 86...............2000.............................8 5. 83...............2009.............................8 5. 83...............2010.............................8 7. 82...............2007.............................8 7. 82...............1997.............................8 9. 75...............2003.............................8 9. 71...............2001.............................8 Fewest 1st Downs Allowed – Passing in a Season (1985- ) Total...................Year................... Games 1. 37...............1989.............................7 2. 41...............1988.............................7 3. 47...............1996.............................8 4. 52...............1991.............................7 5. 56...............1990.............................7 6. 60...............1995.............................8 6. 60...............2001.............................8 6. 60...............2002.............................8 9. 62...............2008.............................8 10. 67...............1997.............................8 Fewest Touchdowns Passing Allowed in a Season (1985- ) Total..........Year................... Games 1. 2..................1989.............................7 2. 5..................1988.............................7 2. 5..................2007.............................8 2. 5..................1992.............................7 5. 6..................1990.............................7 5. 6..................1995.............................8 5. 6..................1997.............................8 5. 6..................2002.............................8 9. 8..................1987.............................7 9. 8..................1996.............................8 9. 8..................2005.............................8 9. 8..................2008.............................8

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Fewest Passing Yards Allowed in a Season (1985- ) Total..........Year................... Games 1. 833.............1994.............................7 2. 903.............1989.............................7 3. 953.............1988.............................7 4. 1,189.........1996.............................8 5. 1,298.........1991.............................7 6. 1,448.........2008.............................8 7. 1,491.........1998.............................8 8. 1,506.........1987.............................7 9. 1,534.........1997.............................8 9. 1,554.........2001.............................8

Most Turnovers Created in a Season Total..........Year................... Games 1. 42...............1997.............................8 2. 40...............2001.............................8 3. 37...............1996.............................8 4. 35...............1992.............................7 5. 34...............2004.............................8 5. 34...............2003.............................8 5. 34...............2006.............................8 8. 33...............1994.............................7 9. 31 ..............2008 ............................8 10. 30...............2002.............................8

Fewest Yards Allowed – Rushing in a Season (1985- ) Total..........Year................... Games 1. 408.............1992............................ 7 2. 662.............2011.............................8 3. 703 ............2008 ............................8 4. 713.............2002.............................8 5. 783.............2009.............................8 6. 847.............2003.............................8 7. 900.............1989.............................7 8. 915.............1994.............................7 9. 922.............2010.............................8 10. 978.............2007.............................8

Most Pass Break-Ups in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 37.............................................. 2009 1. 37 ............................................. 2008

Fewest 1st Downs Allowed – Rushing in a Season (1985- ) Total..........Year................... Games 1. 31...............1992.............................7 2. 33...............1990............................ 7 3. 36...............2011............................ 8 4. 37...............2002.............................8 5. 39...............2003.............................8 6. 43...............1989.............................7 7. 44 ..............2008 ............................8 8. 45...............1997.............................8 9. 48...............1994.............................7 10. 50...............2009.............................8

Fewest Total Yards Allowed in a Season (1985- ) Total..........Year................... Games 1. 2,099.........1992.............................7 2. 2,160.........1997.............................8 3. 2,201.........2002.............................8 4. 2,272.........2007.............................8 5. 2,326.........2003.............................8 6. 2,345 ........2008 ........................... 8 7. 2,364.........2011.............................8 8. 2,380.........1991.............................7 9. 2,402.........2010.............................8 10. 2,458.........1995.............................8

103. 34.............................................. 2011 4. 32.............................................. 2007 5. 30.............................................. 2005 6. 27.............................................. 2004 7. 26.............................................. 2010 8. 23.............................................. 1999 9. 22.............................................. 2003 10. 21.............................................. 2006 Most Interceptions in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 22.............................................. 1992 2. 21.............................................. 1971 2. 21.............................................. 1982 4. 19.............................................. 1970 4. 19.............................................. 1973 6. 16.............................................. 1976 6. 16.............................................. 1979 6. 16.............................................. 1997 6. 16.............................................. 2004 6. 16.............................................. 2001

Fewest Touchdowns Rushing Allowed in a Season (1985- ) Total..........Year................... Games 1. 0..................2011............................ 8 2. 2..................2003.............................8 3. 3..................1990.............................7 4. 3..................2002.............................8 5. 4..................1989.............................7 5. 4..................1992.............................7 5. 4..................2009.............................8 8. 5..................1997.............................8 8. 5..................2010.............................8

Most Tackles for Loss in a Season Total...........................Year 1. 35...............................1995 2. 34...............................2009 3. 33...............................1997 4. 26...............................2010 4. 25...............................2001 4. 25...............................2005 6. 24...............................2004 6. 24...............................2007 8. 23...............................2002 9. 22 ..............................2008 10. 21...............................1989 10. 21...............................2000

Most QB Sacks in a Season Total...........................................Year 1. 40.............................................. 1998 2. 31.............................................. 2008 3. 30.............................................. 1997 4. 24.............................................. 1995 4. 24.............................................. 1996 6. 22.............................................. 2010 6. 22.............................................. 1989 8. 21.............................................. 1992 8. 21.............................................. 2002 10. 19.............................................. 1991 10. 19.............................................. 1994 10. 19.............................................. 2003


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SINGLE GAME RECORDS Defensive Records

Most Solo Tackles in a Game (9+) 1. Sam Sabourin 13............. vs. McMaster, Aug. 31, 2010 2. Dave Burleigh 10............ vs. Carleton, Oct. 15th, 1988 2. Ryan Bechmanis 10.............vs. Ottawa, Sept. 24th. 2005 *15 tied with 9 Most Assisted Tackles in a Game (8+) 1. Brent Pullen 11................... vs. Laval, Oct. 19th, 1996 2. Tom Langford 10 ........... vs. Carleton, Oct. 25th, 1986 2. Dave Bannatyne 10 ......... vs. Carleton, Sept. 16th, 1995 4. Mark Morrison 9 ..............vs. Ottawa, Sept. 17th, 1994 4. Mark Morrison 9 .............. vs. Bishop’s, Oct. 15th, 1994 4. Brent Pullen 9 ........... vs. Carleton, Sept. 16th, 1995 4. Matt Rasmussen 9 .................vs. McGill, Sept. 21st, 1996 4. Derek Spronck 9 .................vs. McGill, Sept. 21st, 1996 4. Andy Miners 9 ........vs. Concordia, Sept. 25th, 1999 *Seven tied with 8 Most Total Tackles in a Game (13+) 1. Andy Miners 15.......vs. Concordia, Sept. 25th, 1999 1. Ryan Bechmanis 15 ............vs. Ottawa, Sept. 24th. 2005 3. Curtis McLellan 14 ............. vs. Western, Oct 13th, 2001 3. Kirby Calvert 14 ............vs. Ottawa, Sept. 24th. 2005 3. Thaine Carter 14 ............ vs. Western, Oct. 27th, 2007 *10 tied with 13 Longest Pass Interception in a Game 1. Mark Burleigh 98 ................vs. Bishop’s, Oct. 1st, 1983 2. Alex Deprato 94 ........... vs. Western, Sept 27th, 2008 Most QB Sacks in a Game (3+) 1. Dee Sterling 5.5 ................. vs. WLU, Sept 13th, 2008 2. Jim Aru 4 ..........vs. Concordia, Aug, 31st, 1996 2. Marc Mitchell 4 ...............vs. Toronto, Oct. 19th, 2002 4. Shomari Williams 3.5 ................. vs. Laval Nov. 21st , 2009 *12 tied with 13

Offensive Records

Longest Pass Completion in a Game (100+) 1. Bill Harrison-Jim Pendergast...104 vs. Carleton, Sept. 17th, 1980 2. Dan Brannagan–Rob Bagg.104 vs. Windsor, Sept. 16th, 2006 3. Dan Brannagan–Devan Sheahan.......103 vs. McGill, Aug. 26th, 2007 Most Carries in a Game (25+) 1. Paul Beresford 37 .......... vs. Concordia, Nov 3rd, 1990 2. Larry Mohr 34 ..........vs. Concordia, Nov. 9th, 1985 3. Mike Giffin 31 ...................vs. UWO, Oct. 21st, 2006 3. Ryan Granberg 31................vs. Windsor, Oct. 8th, 2011 3. Ryan Granberg 31........... vs. Waterloo, Oct. 15th, 2011 6. Ryan Granberg 30..............vs. Laurier, Sept. 17th, 2011 6. Jimmy Therrien 30 ............vs. Ottawa, Sept. 19th, 2009 8. Jimmy Therrien 29 .......vs. McMaster, Sept. 12th, 2009 9. Jimmy Therrien 27................ vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2010 10. Bryan Crawford 26 ............... vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th. 2004 10. Mike Giffin 26 .............. vs. Guelph, Sept. 6th, 2008 Most Rushing Yards in a Game (200+) 1. Heino Lilles 320 ......vs. McMaster, Nov 14th, 1964 2. Brad Elberg 284 ...............vs. Ottawa, Oct. 23, 1992 2. Ron Stewart 275 ......... vs. Western, Nov 20th, 1954 4. Ryan Granberg 265.............vs. Windsor, Oct. 8th, 2011 5. Dean Wilcox 254 ................vs. McGill, Nov 3rd, 1984 6. Greg Baun 247 ...........vs. McGill, Sept 22nd, 1984 7. Greg Baun 245 ...............vs. McGill, Nov. 3rd, 1984 8. Ryan Granberg 240........ vs. Waterloo, Oct. 15th, 2011 9. Larry Mohr 231 ....vs. Concordia, Sept 20th, 1980 10. Jonathan Taylor 223 .........vs. Ottawa, Sept. 17th, 1994 11. Mike Giffin 220 ..................... vs. York, Oct 4th 2008 12. Bryan Crawford 219 ............ vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th. 2004 13. Dave Hadden 217 .........vs. Ottawa, Sept. 15th, 1973 Most Consecutive 100 Yard Rushing Games 1. Mike Giffin 13 ...................................................2007-08 Most 100 Yard Rushing Games in a Season (5+) 1. Mike Giffin 8 ........................................................... 2007 2. Larry Mohr 6 ........................................................... 1983 2. Brad Elberg 6 ........................................................... 1992 4. Ron Stewart 5 ........................................................... 1956 4. Jim Young 5 ........................................................... 1962 4. Gord Mclellan 5 ........................................................... 1971 4. Larry Mohr 5 ........................................................... 1981 4. Larry Mohr 5 ........................................................... 1982 4. Paul Beresford 5 ........................................................... 1990 4. Mike Giffin 5 ........................................................... 2006 4. Mike Giffin 5 ........................................................... 2008 4. Ryan Granberg 5............................................................ 2011

Most 100 Yard Rushing Games in a Career (6+) 1. Mike Giffin ................................................................... 20 2. Larry Mohr ................................................................... 17 3. Ron Stewart ................................................................... 14 4. Brad Elberg ................................................................... 12 4. Paul Correale ................................................................... 12 6. Paul Beresford ......................................................................9 7. Jim Young ......................................................................8 7. Brian Warender ......................................................................8 9. Gary Schreider ......................................................................7 9. Jimmy Therrien ......................................................................7 9. Ryan Granberg ......................................................................7 Most Rushing Touchdowns in a Game (3+) 1. Jim Young 4 .......... vs. McMaster, Nov. 14th, 1964 1. Brian Warrrender 4 ........................ vs. York, Oct. 9th, 1971 1. Brad Elberg 4 ........... vs. Carleton, Sept. 26th, 1992 1. Ryan Granberg 4............. vs. Waterloo, Oct. 15th, 2011 *20 tied with 3 Most Receiving Touchdowns in a Game (3+) 1. Bob O’Doherty 4 ................. vs. UQTR, Sept. 16th, 1978 1. Brad Smith 4 ................ vs. Guelph, Sept. 9th. 2006 1. Scott Valberg 4 ........................ vs. York, Oct. 4th, 2008 *12 tied with 3 Most Points Scored in a Game (24+) 1. Connie Mandala 26.........vs. Concordia, Oct. 18th, 1986 2. Jim Young 24......... vs. McMaster, Nov. 14th, 1964 2. Brian Warrrender 24....................... vs. York, Oct. 9th, 1971 2. Bob O’Doherty 24................ vs. UQTR, Sept. 16th, 1978 2. Brad Elberg 24.......... vs. Carleton, Sept. 26th, 1992 2. Brad Smith 24............... vs. Guelph, Sept. 9th. 2006 2. Scott Valberg 24........................ vs. York, Oct.4th, 2008 2. Ryan Granberg 24........... vs. Waterloo, Oct. 15th, 2011 2. Giovanni Aprile 24..............vs. Laurier, Sept. 17th, 2011 Most Passing yards in a Game (438+) 1. Tom Denison 561 ................vs. UWO, Nov. 2nd, 2002 2. Danny Brannagan 543 ................vs. York Sept. 26th, 2009 3. Danny Brannagan 515 ............... vs. UWO Nov. 14th, 2009 4. Danny Brannagan 495 ............ vs. Guelph Sept. 7th, 2009 5. Tom Denison 494 ....... vs. Waterloo, Oct. 12th, 2002 6. Tom Denison 476 ......... vs. Windsor, Oct. 19th, 2002 7. Tom Denison 459 ....vs. McMaster, Sept. 20th, 2003 8. Justin Chapdelaine 448..................vs. York, Oct. 23rd, 2010 9. Tom Denison 441 .........vs. Guelph, Sept. 27th, 2003 10. Danny Brannagan 440 ..........vs. Toronto, Oct. 20th, 2007 Most Passing Attempts in a Game (41+) 1. Tom Denison 53 ............ vs. Windsor, Oct. 19th, 2002 1. Danny Brannagan 53 ...................vs. UWO Oct. 17th, 2009 3. Danny Brannagan 52 .......... vs. Windsor, Sept. 23rd. 2006 4. Tom Denison 51 ......................vs. WLU, Nov. 1st, 2003 5. Danny Brannagan 50 ............... vs. Guelph Sept. 7th, 2009 6. Tom Denison 49 ............ vs. Windsor, Oct. 18th, 2003 7. Danny Brannagan 47 .................. vs. UWO Nov. 14th, 2009 7. Tom Denison 47 ...................vs. UWO, Nov. 2nd, 2002 9. Danny Brannagan 45 ..................... vs. WLU Oct 24th, 2009 10. Tom Denison 44 ................... vs. WLU, Oct. 11th, 2003 Most Pass Completions in a Game (27+) 1. Danny Brannagan 35 ...................vs. UWO Oct. 17th, 2009 2. Tom Denison 33 ............ vs. Windsor, Oct. 18th, 2003 3. Tom Denison 32 ...................vs. UWO, Nov. 2nd, 2002 4. Tom Denison 32 ......................vs. WLU, Nov. 1st, 2003 5. Danny Brannagan 32 ............... vs. Guelph Sept. 7th, 2009 6. Tom Denison 31 .......... vs. Waterloo, Oct. 26th, 2002 6. Justin Chapdelaine 31.....................vs. York, Oct. 23rd, 2010 8. Tom Denison 30 .......... vs. Waterloo, Oct. 14th, 2002 9. Tom Denison 29 .............vs. Waterloo, Oct. 4th, 2003 *Four tied with 27 Most TD Passes in a Game (4+) 1. Justin Chapdelaine 6.................. vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2010 2. Cal Connor 5 ...............vs. Western, Nov. 2nd, 1963 2. Jim Rutka 5 ................. vs. UQTR, Sept. 16th, 1978 2. Tom Denison 5 .............. vs. Windsor, Oct. 19th, 2002 2. Tom Denison 5 ............ vs. Waterloo, Oct. 26th, 2002 2. Danny Brannagan 5 .....................vs. York Sept. 26th, 2009 2. Danny Brannagan 5 .................... vs. UWO Nov. 14th, 2009 *12 tied with 4

Most Receptions in a Game (11+) 1. Iain Fleming 16 .......... vs. Waterloo, Oct. 26th, 2002 2. Devan Sheahan 14.....................vs. York, Oct. 23rd, 2010 3. Jock Climie 13 .......... vs. Bishop’s, Sept. 17th, 1988 3. James MacLean 13 ................... vs. WLU, Oct. 27th, 2001 3. John Northcote 13 ...................vs. UWO, Nov. 2nd, 2003 3. Craig Spear 13 .............vs. Guelph, Sept 27th, 2003 7. James MacLean 12 ............vs. Guelph, Sept. 14th, 2001 7. Iain Fleming 12 ............ vs. Windsor, Oct. 19th, 2002 7. Scott Valberg 12 ....................vs. UWO Oct.17th, 2009 *Five tied with 11 Most 100 Yard Receiving Games in a Season (4+) 1. Craig Spear 7 ........................................................... 2003 2. Jock Climie 6 ........................................................... 1988 3. James McLean 5 ........................................................... 2001 3. Brad Smith 5 ........................................................... 2002 5. Bob O’ Doherty 4 ........................................................... 1978 5. Iain Fleming 4 ........................................................... 2002 5. Scott Valberg 4 ........................................................... 2008 Most 200 Yard Receiving Games in a Season 1. Jock Climie 3 ........................................................... 1988 1. James McLean 3 .................................................... 2001, 00 3. Bob O’ Doherty 2 ........................................................... 1978 3. Iain Fleming 2 .................................................... 2002, 04 5. Ed Kidd 1 ........................................................... 1991 5. Brad Smith 1 ........................................................... 2005 5. Rob Bagg 1 ........................................................... 2007 Most 100 Yard Receiving Games in a Career (5+) 1. Scott Valberg ................................................................... 16 1. James McLean ................................................................... 13 3. Brad Smith ................................................................... 12 4. Devan Sheahan ......................................................................9 5. Iain Fleming ......................................................................8 5. Scott Valberg ......................................................................8 7. Jock Climie ......................................................................7 7. Craig Spear ......................................................................7 7. Rob Bagg ......................................................................7 10. Tom McCartney ......................................................................6 10. Scott Bissessar ......................................................................6 Most Yards Receiving in a Game (200+) 1. James MacLean 377 .........vs. Guelph, Sept. 14th, 2001 2. Rob Bagg 341 ..........vs. Toronto, Oct. 20th, 2007 3. James MacLean 253 ................ vs. WLU, Oct. 27th, 2001 4. Jock Climie 244 ...........vs. McGill, Sept, 24th, 1988 5. Ed Kidd 240 ........... vs. Bishop’s, Nov. 9th, 1991 6. Jock Climie 216 ....... vs. Concordia, Oct. 8th, 1988 7. Iain Fleming 212 ....... vs. Waterloo, Oct. 12th, 2002 8. Jock Climie 210 ........ vs. Carleton, Oct. 15th, 1988 8. Brad Smith 210 ..........vs. Toronto, Oct. 15th. 2005 10. Bob O’ Doherty 208 ............ vs. UQTR, Sept. 16th, 1978

SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS

Most Converts in a Game (7+) 1. Dan Village 10 ....................... vs. York, Oct 4th, 2008 2. Connie Mandala 9 ....................vs. McGill, Nov. 3rd, 1984 2. Chris Napoli 9 ................ vs. Toronto, Sept 6th, 2003 2. Dan Village 9.................. vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2010 2. Dan Village 9.....................vs. York, Sept. 24th, 2011 6. Doug Cozac 8 .......vs. Laurentian, Sept. 11th, 1971 6. Doug Cozac 8 ........................ vs. York, Oct. 9th, 1971 6. Doug Cozac 8 .................vs. Toronto, Nov. 4th, 1971 6. Connie Mandala 8 ...............vs. McGill, Sept. 22nd, 1984 6. Connie Mandala 8 ..........vs. Concordia, Oct. 18th, 1986 6. Ryan Sheahan 8 ................. vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th. 2004 6. Dan Village 8 ..............vs. Toronto, Sept 20th, 2008 6. Dan Village 8 .....................vs. York Sept. 26th, 2009 Most Single Points in a Game 1. Pep Leadlay 7 .................... vs. Regina, Dec 1st, 1923 Most Field Goals in a Game (4+) 1. Bill Barrable 5 ................vs. Ottawa, Oct. 15th, 1983 1. Jamie Galloway 5 ............ vs. Bishop’s, Sept. 16th, 1998 3. Blaine Shore 4 ..............vs. Carleton, Sept. 8th, 1978 3. Chris Napoli 4 .........vs. McMaster, Sept. 20th, 2003 3. Ryan Elger 4 ...............vs. Waterloo, Oct. 8th. 2005 3. Dan Village 4 ................ vs. Guelph, Sept. 6th, 2008 4. Dan Village 4..............vs. Western, Oct. 22nd, 2011

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SINGLE GAME RECORDS Most Punts in a Game (13+) 1. Jock Thompson 16 ................vs. McGill, Oct. 26th, 1957 2. Tim Wardrop 15 ................... vs. UBC, Nov. 18th, 1978 2. Connie Mandala 15 ......... vs. Carleton, Sept. 29th, 1984 2. Jeff Bell 15 ..........vs. Concordia, Nov. 9th, 1985 5. Jock Thompson 14 ................vs. McGill, Oct. 27th, 1956 5. Dan Coderre 14 .............. vs. Bishop’s, Nov. 4th, 1995 7. Myles Pritchard 13 ..............vs. Carleton, Oct. 8th, 1978 7. Dan Coderre 13 .............. vs. Ottawa, Oct. 21st, 1995 7. Dan Coderre 13 .............vs. Ottawa, Nov. 11th, 1995 7. Ryan Elger 13 .............. vs. Guelph, Sept. 9th. 2006 7. Dan Village 13.......... vs. McMaster, Sept. 5th, 2011 7. Dan Village 13............vs. Toronto, Sept. 30th, 2011 Most Yards Punting in a Game (460+) 1. Jock Thompson 624 .............vs. McGill, Oct. 26th, 1957 2. Tim Wardrop 610 ................ vs. UBC, Nov. 18th, 1978 3. Jock Thompson 535 .............vs. McGill, Oct. 27th, 1956 4. Jock Thompson 523 ......... vs. Western, Oct. 12th, 1957 5. Dan Village 511 ........ vs. Western, Sept 27th, 2008 6. Jock Thompson 494 ..........vs. Toronto, Oct. 13th, 1955 7. Jeff Bell 482 .......vs. Concordia, Nov. 9th, 1985 8. Will Vreugdenhil 479 ..............vs. York, Sept. 22nd, 2001 9. Jock Thompson 473 ............vs. McGill, Oct. 22nd, 1956 10. Dan Village 470....... vs. McMaster, Sept. 5th, 2011 Most Kickoffs in a Game (8+) 1. Dan Village 12 ...................... vs. York, Oct. 4th, 2008 1. Dan Village 12................ vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2010 3. Chris Napoli 11 ............. vs. Toronto, Sept. 6th, 2003 4. Doug Cozac 10 .....vs. Laurentian, Sept, 11th, 1971 4. Ryan Sheahan 10 ............... vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th. 2004 4. Dan Village 10...................vs. York, Sept. 24th, 2011 7. Nick Corneil 9 ............ vs. Waterloo, Oct. 26th, 2002 7. Connie Mandala 9 ....................vs. McGill, Nov. 3rd, 1984 7. Dan Village 9 .....................vs. York Sept. 26th, 2009 *Eight tied with 8 Most Kickoff Yards in a Game (320+) 1. Dan Village 649 ................... vs. York, Oct. 4th, 2008 2. Dan Village 646............. vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2010 3. Chris Napoli 541 .......... vs. Toronto, Sept. 6th, 2003 4. Dan Village 529................vs. York, Sept. 24th, 2011 5. Dan Village 445 ................vs. York Sept. 26th, 2009 6. Conrad Mandala 436 ..........vs. McGill, Sept. 22nd, 1984 7. Ryan Elger 404 .......... vs. Toronto, Sept. 4th. 2006 8. Connie Mandala 402 ...........vs. Ottawa, Oct. 13th, 1984 9. Connie Mandala 401 ...............vs. McGill, Nov. 3rd, 1984 10. Mike Petranovic 398 ............ vs. Guelph Sept. 7th, 2009 Most Punt Returns in a Game (9+) 1. Jimmy Therrien 12 .................. vs. WLU, Sept 13th, 2008 2. Paul Greenhow 10 ........vs. Concordia, Oct. 12th, 1996 2. Rob Bagg 10 .........vs. Waterloo, Sept. 23rd. 2006 2. Mark Surya 10 ........vs. McMaster, Sept 15th, 2007 *12 tied with 9 Most Punt Return Yards in a Game (120+) 1. Jimmy Allin 259 ............ vs. Guelph Sept. 7th, 2009 2. Larry Small 172 ...vs. Concordia, Sept. 23rd, 1978 3. Rob Weir 161 ...... vs. Carleton, Sept. 23rd, 1994 3. Jimmy Allin 161 ........... vs. Guelph, Sept. 6th, 2008 5. Robin Ritchie 141 ............vs. Western, Oct. 4th, 1958 5. Bryan Crawford 141 ......... vs. Windsor, Oct. 19th, 2002 5. Alex Carroll 141................vs. York, Sept. 24th, 2011 8. Darrell Penner 139 ......vs. McMaster, Oct. 18th, 1975 9. Ron Stewart 136 ......... vs. Toronto, Nov. 13th, 1954 10. Nick Corneil 135 ......... vs. Windsor, Oct. 18th, 2003 10. Jimmy Allin 135 ..........vs. Toronto, Oct. 20th, 2007 Most Kickoff Returns in a Game (4+) 1. John Larsen 7 ............. vs. Bishop’s, Sept 15th, 1984 2. Andrew Joyner 6 .............. vs. McMaster, Oct. 1st. 2005 3. Bryan Crawford 5 ...............vs. Windsor, Sept. 6th. 2004 4. Mike Wicklum 4 ................vs. Western, Nov. 8th, 1958 4. Sheridan Baptiste 4 ............. vs. Carleton, Oct. 25th, 1986 4. Sean McKinnon 4 .....................vs. UWO, Nov. 2nd, 2002 4. Chris Rogan 4 ..............vs. Ottawa, Sept. 18th. 2004 4. Chris Rogan 4 .................... vs. UWO, Oct. 23rd. 2004 4. Jimmy Allin 4 ................. vs. Guelph Sept. 7th, 2009 Most Kickoff Return Yards in a Game (100+) 1. Giovanni Aprile 191...........vs. Laurier, Sept. 17th, 2011 2. Jimmy Allin 180 ............ vs. Guelph Sept. 7th, 2009 3. John Larsen 168 ....... vs. Bishop’s, Sept. 15th, 1984 4. Ron Stewart 164 ..........vs. Toronto, Oct. 16th, 1954 5. Paul Correale 146 ....... vs. Bishop’s, Sept. 16th, 1997 6. Randy Zarichny 140 ......... vs. Bishop’s, Oct. 24th, 1987 7. Bayne Norrie 136 ............vs. Toronto, Nov. 9th, 1963

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8. Randy Zarichny 9. Jimmy Therrien 10. Darrell Penner

120 ...vs. Concordia, Sept. 12th, 1987 117 ...... vs. Waterloo, Oct, 18th, 2008. 110 ....... vs. Bishop’s, Sept. 18th, 1976

Team Records

Shomari Williams ranks fourth all-time in most sacks in a game with 3.5 vs. Laval in the 2009 Mitchell Bowl

Total Offensive Yards in a Game (600+) 1. 792 vs. McMaster, Nov. 14th, 1964 2. 759 vs. York, Oct. 23rd, 2010 3. 752 vs. McGill, Sept. 22nd, 1984 4. 743 vs. McGill, Nov. 3rd, 1984 5. 742 vs. UWO, Nov. 2nd, 2002 6. 698 vs. Guelph, Sept. 6th, 2008 7. 693 vs. York Sept. 26th, 2009 8. 683 vs. Toronto, Oct. 20th, 2007 9. 678 vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2010 10. 667 vs. Carleton, Sept. 17th, 1983 Most Points Scored in a Game (58+) 1. 80 vs. York, Oct 4th, 2008 2. 72 vs. Toronto, Sept. 6th, 2003 3. 70 vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2004 4. 69 vs. Concordia, Oct. 18th, 1986 5. 67 vs. York Sept. 26th, 2009 6. 66 vs. Toronto, Oct. 9th, 2010 7. 65 vs. Laurentian, Sept. 11th, 1971 7. 65 vs. McGill, Nov. 3rd, 1984 9. 63 vs. McMaster, Nov. 14th, 1964 9. 63 vs. York, Sept. 24th, 2011 Most Points Scored Against in a Game 1. 67 2000 Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks 2. 57 1975 Ottawa Gee Gees 3. 55 1959 Western Ontario Mustangs 4. 52 1947 Western Ontario Mustangs 5. 49 1992 Bishop’s Gaiters 5. 49 1913 McGill Redmen 5. 49 Sept. 7th, 2009 Guelph Gryphons 8. 48 1973 Toronto Varsity Blues 8. 48 1958 Western Ontario Mustangs 10. 47 1988 Toronto Varsity Blues 10. 47 2001 Ottawa Gee Gees Most Points Scored in a Season (200+) 1. 374 2008 (8) 2. 361 2003 (8) 3. 307 1971 (8) 4. 278 1991 (7) 5. 272 2009 (8) 6. 271 2002 (8) 7. 249 1984 (7) 7. 249 2010 (8) 9. 229 2007 (8) 10. 225 1992 (7) Fewest Points Scored Against in a Season 1. 59 1979 (7) 2. 71 1978 (7) 3. 73 1989 (7) 4. 75 1966 (7) 5. 76 1968 (7) 6. 79 1990 (7) 7. 96 1969 (7) 8. 102 1992 (7) 8. 102 2002 (8) 8. 102 1988 (7) Most Points Scored Against in a Season 1. 312 2000 (8) 2. 223 2005 (8) 3. 198 1994 (7) 4. 195 2004 (8) 5. 189 1999 (8) 6. 184 1973 (8) 7. 183 2010 (8) 8. 170 1998 (8) 9. 168 1974 (7) 9. 168 1993 (7)

During 2010 Dan Village set a new team record with 271 career points, passing Jamie Galloway whose record stood since 1992

Jimmy Allin set two single game records against Guelph in 2009


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1882 SEASON (2-2-0) 10/11/1882 vs. Royal Military College 10/14/1882 at Brockville Football Club Date unk. vs. Royal Military College Date unk. Kingston Football Club

L W L W

1883 SEASON (1-1-0) 10/13/1883 Royal Military College 10/20/1883 Ottawa Football Club

12 – 8 W 0 – 17 L

1884 SEASON (1-1-0) 10/11/1884 Royal Military College 10/18/1884 Ottawa Football Club

4–0W 7 – 18 L

1885 SEASON (0-1-0) 10/17/1885 Ottawa Football Club

7 – 22 L

1886 SEASON (1-1-1) 10/16/1886 Royal Military College 10/18/1886 Royal Military College 10/23/1886 Ottawa Football Club

12 – 12 T 4–2W 0 – 17 L

1887 SEASON (0-1-0) 10/15/1887 Toronto Varsity Blues

9 – 11 L 9 – 11 L

1890 SEASON (2-2-0) 10/18/1890 Ottawa Football Club 10/25/1890 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/01/1890 Hamilton Tigers 11/22/1890 Hamilton Tigers

W (D) 29 – 5 W 4–7L 6–8L

1891 SEASON (2-1-0) 10/17/1891 Royal Military College 10/25/1891 Royal Military College 10/31/1891 Toronto Varsity Blues

26 – 1 W 25–17 W 17 – 25 L

1892 SEASON (1-2-0) 10/08/1892 Royal Military College 10/15/1892 Royal Military College 10/29/1892 Osgoode Hall Football Club

9–6W 3–5L 0 – 29 L

1893 SEASON (6-2-0) 10/07/1893 Ottawa Gee-Gees 13 – 23 L 10/14/1893 Ottawa Gee-Gees 34 – 3 W 10/21/1893 Toronto Varsity Blues 27 – 7 W 10/28/1893 Toronto Varsity Blues 6 – 16 L 11/04/1893 Hamilton Tigers 27 – 13 W 11/11/1893 Toronto Football Club 28 – 3 W 11/18/1893 Toronto Football Club 27 – 1 W 11/23/1893 Montreal Football Club 29 – 11 W (dc) W (d) 19 – 10 W 14 – 2 W 6 – 8 L (dc)

1895 SEASON (4-1-1) 10/05/1895 Royal Military College 28 – 17 W 10/12/1895 Royal Military College 22 – 1 W 10/19/1895 Osgoode Hall Football Club 15 – 15 T 10/26/1895 Osgoode Hall Football Club 21 – 5 W 11/02/1895 Toronto Varsity Blues 2 – 19 L 11/09/1895 Toronto Varsity Blues 12 – 7 W 1896 SEASON (1-2-0) 10/10/1896 Kingston Football Club 10/24/1896 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/31/1896 Toronto Varsity Blues

W (D) 16 – 18 L 1 – 13 L

1897 SEASON (1-2-0) 10/16/1897 Osgoode Hall Football Club 1–5L 10/23/1897 Osgoode Hall Football Club 2 – 17 L 10/30/1897 Toronto Varsity Blues 10 – 5 W 1898 SEASON (1-3-0) 10/08/1898 McGill Redmen 10/22/1898 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/29/1898 McGill Redmen 11/12/1898 Toronto Varsity Blues

4–7L 0 – 10 L 8–4W 8–3W

1900 SEASON (1-2-1) 10/20/1900 McGill Redmen 10/27/1900 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/03/1900 McGill Redmen 11/10/1900 Toronto Varsity Blues

6–7L 11 – 11 T 1 – 11 L 15 – 3 W

1901 SEASON (1-3-0) 10/19/1901 McGill Redmen 10/26/1901 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/02/1901 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/16/1901 McGill Redmen

0–5L 8 – 23 L 11 – 15 L 11 – 0 W

1911 SEASON (0-6-0) 10/07/1911 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/14/1911 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/21/1911 McGill Redmen 10/27/1911 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/04/1911 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/11/1911 McGill Redmen 1912 SEASON (2-4-0) 10/05/1912 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/12/1912 McGill Redmen 10/19/1912 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/26/1912 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/02/1912 McGill Redmen 11/09/1912 Toronto Varsity Blues

6 – 18 L 14 – 15 L 5 – 36 L 10 – 12 L 4 – 23 L 19 – 20 L

20 – 19 W 5 – 15 L W (D) 11 – 17 L 3 – 14 L 3–9L

1902 SEASON (1-2-1) 10/19/1902 McGill Redmen 11/01/1902 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/08/1902 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/14/1902 McGill Redmen

6–6T 5–0W 1 – 12 L 1 – 10 L

1913 SEASON (2-4-0) 10/11/1913 McGill Redmen 10/18/1913 Royal Military College 10/25/1913 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/01/1913 McGill Redmen 11/08/1913 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/14/1913 Royal Military College

1903 SEASON (0-3-1) 10/24/1903 McGill Redmen 10/31/1903 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/07/1903 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/14/1903 McGill Redmen

1 – 11 L 7 – 19 L 7–7T 13 – 21 L

1914 SEASON (0-4-0) 10/17/1914 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/24/1914 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/31/1914 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/14/1914 McGill Redmen

14 – 21 L 8 – 16 L 17 – 25 L 7 – 31 L

1904 SEASON (4-1-0) 10/13/1904 McGill Redmen 10/22/1904 McGill Redmen 10/29/1904 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/12/1904 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/19/1904 McGill Redmen

6 – 12 L 13 – 6 W 21 – 10 W 31 – 3 W 6 – 0 W (yc)

1919 SEASON (0-4-0) 10/11/1919 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/18/1919 McGill Redmen 10/25/1919 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/08/1919 McGill Redmen

3 – 41 L 2 – 32 L 2 – 28 L 2 – 25 L

1920 SEASON (0-4-0) 10/09/1920 McGill Redmen 10/26/1920 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/30/1920 McGill Redmen 11/13/1920 Toronto Varsity Blues

6 – 31 L 6 – 17 L 0 – 16 L 1 – 34 L

1921 SEASON (2-2-0) 10/08/1921 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/22/1921 McGill Redmen 11/05/1921 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/12/1921 McGill Redmen

9–5W 1 – 25 L 12 – 13 L 6–3W

2 – 49 L 6 – 15 L 3 – 18 L 12 – 7 W 9 – 29 L 14 – 3 W

8 – 10 L

1889 SEASON (0-2-0) 11/02/1889 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/09/1889 Ottawa Gee-Gees

1894 SEASON (3-1-0) 10/13/1894 Royal Military College 11/03/1894 Hamilton Tigers 11/10/1894 Hamilton Tigers 11/17/1894 Ottawa Gee-Gees

1899 SEASON (2-2-0) 10/14/1899 McGill Redmen 10/28/1899 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/04/1899 McGill Redmen 11/18/1899 Toronto Varsity Blues

2–3L 6 – 16 L 0–4L 5–4W

1905 SEASON (1-4-1) 10/14/1905 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/21/1905 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/28/1905 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/04/1905 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/11/1905 McGill Redmen 11/18/1905 McGill Redmen

5 – 19 L 22 – 13 W 6 – 20 L 15 – 19 L 11 – 11 T 16 – 23 L

1906 SEASON (2-4-0) 10/13/1906 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/18/1906 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/27/1906 McGill Redmen 11/03/1906 McGill Redmen 11/10/1906 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/17/1906 Toronto Varsity Blues

15 – 19 L 0 – 12 L 20 – 23 L 12 – 21 L 31 – 0 W 11 – 9 W

1907 SEASON (2-3-1) 10/12/1907 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/19/1907 McGill Redmen 10/26/1907 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/02/1907 McGill Redmen 11/09/1907 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/16/1907 Toronto Varsity Blues

9 – 13 L 20 – 4 W 15 – 15 T 0 – 16 L 5 – 20 L 4–3W

1908 SEASON (5-1-0) 10/10/1908 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/17/1908 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/24/1908 McGill Redmen 10/31/1908 McGill Redmen 11/07/1908 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/14/1908 Toronto Varsity Blues

14 – 7 W 18 – 2 W 12 – 5 W 22 – 4 W 16 – 11 W 8 – 20 L

1909 SEASON (3-3-0) 10/09/1909 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/16/1909 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/23/1909 McGill Redmen 10/30/1909 McGill Redmen 11/06/1909 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/13/1909 Ottawa Gee-Gees

1–7L 6 – 11 L 18 – 3 W 19 – 12 W 9 – 21 L 31 – 9 W

1910 SEASON (3-3-0) 10/08/1910 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/13/1910 McGill Redmen 10/22/1910 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/29/1910 McGill Redmen 11/05/1910 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/12/1910 Toronto Varsity Blues

12 – 1 W 2–6L 25 – 2 W 14 – 10 W 9 – 25 L 4–9L

1922 SEASON (6-1-0) 10/14/1922 McGill Redmen 10/28/1922 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/04/1922 McGill Redmen 11/11/1922 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/18/1922 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/25/1922 Toronto Argonauts 12/02/1922 Edmonton Elks 1923 SEASON (6-0-0) 10/06/1923 McGill Redmen 10/17/1923 McGill Redmen 10/20/1923 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/03/1923 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/26/1923 Hamilton Tigers 12/01/1923 Regina Roughriders

12 – 1 W 15 – 13 W 20 – 10 W 1 – 24 L 12 – 6 W (po) 12 – 11 W (yc) 13 – 1 W(gc)

24 – 3 W 19 – 3 W 9–3W 18 – 5 W 13 – 5 W (po) 54 – 0 W (gc)

1924 SEASON (6-0-0) 10/18/1924 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/25/1924 McGill Redmen 11/01/1924 McGill Redmen 11/08/1924 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/22/1924 Hamilton Tigers 11/29/1924 Toronto Balmy Beach

8–2W 13 – 8 W 16 – 4 W 14 – 13 W 11 – 1 W (po) 11 – 3 W (gc)

1925 SEASON (5-1-0) 10/10/1925 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/17/1925 McGill Redmen 10/24/1925 McGill Redmen 10/31/1925 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/21/1925 Toronto Balmy Beach 11/28/1925 Ottawa Senators

8–5W 14 – 0 W 8–2W 17 – 0 W 21 – 9 W (po) 2 – 11 L (po)

1926 SEASON (2-3-0) 10/16/1926 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/23/1926 McGill Redmen 11/06/1926 McGill Redmen 11/13/1926 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/27/1926 Toronto Varsity Blues

5 – 11 L 14 – 0 W 12 – 13 L 3–1W 0 – 8 L (yc)

1927 SEASON (3-2-0) 10/15/1927 McGill Redmen 10/22/1927 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/29/1927 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/13/1927 McGill Redmen 11/19/1927 Hamilton Tigers

10 – 11 L 3–0W 12 – 6 W 11 – 5 W 6 – 21 L (po)

1928 SEASON (2-2-0) 10/06/1928 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/20/1928 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/27/1928 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/03/1928 McGill Redmen

7 – 10 L 4–2W 16 – 4 W 2–8L

1929 SEASON (6-2-0) 10/05/1929 McGill Redmen 10/12/1929 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/19/1929 Western Mustangs 10/26/1929 McGill Redmen 11/02/1929 Western Mustangs 11/09/1929 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/16/1929 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/23/1929 Hamilton Tigers

11 – 1 W 11 – 4 W 25 – 2 W 25 – 0 W 14 – 0 W 6–7L 15 – 5 W (yc) 3 – 14 L (po)

1930 SEASON (5-2-0) 10/11/1930 Western Mustangs 10/18/1930 McGill Redmen 10/25/1930 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/01/1930 Western Mustangs 11/08/1930 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/15/1930 McGill Redmen 11/22/1930 Hamilton Tigers

5–1W 6–0W 1–6L 3–0W 12 – 5 W 12 – 0 W 3 – 8 L (po)

1931 SEASON (3-2-1) 10/10/1931 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/17/1931 Western Mustangs 10/24/1931 McGill Redmen 10/31/1931 McGill Redmen 11/07/1931 Western Mustangs 11/14/1931 Toronto Varsity Blues

3–2W 8–3W 9–9T 5–4W 2–3L 0 – 17 L

1932 SEASON (1-3-2) 10/09/1932 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/15/1932 Western Mustangs 10/22/1932 McGill Redmen 10/29/1932 McGill Redmen 11/05/1932 Western Mustangs 11/12/1932 Toronto Varsity Blues

8 – 24 L 7–8L 12 – 12 T 12 – 1 W 4–4T 2 – 21 L

1933 SEASON (4-3-0) 10/07/1933 Western Mustangs 10/14/1933 McGill Redmen 10/21/1933 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/28/1933 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/04/1933 McGill Redmen 11/11/1933 Western Mustangs 11/18/1933 Toronto Varsity Blues

3–5L 3–2W 8–2W 13 – 6 W 1 – 17 L 9–3W 3 – 10 L (yc)

1934 SEASON (5-2-0) 10/06/1934 Western Mustangs 10/13/1934 McGill Redmen 10/20/1934 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/27/1934 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/03/1934 McGill Redmen 11/10/1934 Western Mustangs 11/17/1934 Toronto Varsity Blues

2–1W 5–4W 4–3W 6–7L 8–4W 4–5L 8 – 7 W (yc)

1935 SEASON (4-3-1) 10/05/1935 McGill Redmen 10/13/1935 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/19/1935 Western Mustangs 10/26/1935 Western Mustangs 11/02/1935 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/11/1935 McGill Redmen 11/16/1935 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/23/1935 Hamilton Tigers

7–9L 2–2T 4–1W 18 – 10 W 15 – 19 L 18 – 1 W 6 – 4 W (yc) 4 – 44 L (po)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1936 SEASON (4-3-0) 10/10/1936 McGill Redmen 10/17/1936 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/24/1936 Western Mustangs 10/31/1936 Western Mustangs 11/07/1936 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/14/1936 McGill Redmen 11/21/1936 Toronto Varsity Blues 1937 SEASON (5-2-0) 10/09/1937 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/16/1937 Western Mustangs 10/23/1937 McGill Redmen 10/30/1937 McGill Redmen 11/06/1937 Western Mustangs 11/13/1937 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/27/1937 Toronto Varsity Blues 1938 SEASON (0-6-0) 10/08/1938 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/15/1938 Western Mustangs 10/22/1938 McGill Redmen 10/29/1938 McGill Redmen 11/03/1938 Western Mustangs 11/12/1938 Toronto Varsity Blues

10 – 0 W 2 – 14 L 3 – 10 L 3–1W 6–1W 5–1W 3 – 11 L (yc)

3–5L 4–5L 6–4W 7–0W 12 – 8 W 3–0W 7 – 6 W (yc)

6 – 13 L 7 – 10 L 5 – 16 L 1–9L 1 – 10 L 10 – 13 L

1939 SEASON (3-3-0) 10/07/1939 Western Mustangs 10/14/1939 McGill Redmen 10/21/1939 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/28/1939 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/04/1939 McGill Redmen 11/11/1939 Western Mustangs

17 – 32 L 2–4L 8–6W 11 – 6 W 12 – 6 W 7 – 13 L

1945 SEASON (2-2-0) 10/20/1945 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/27/1945 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/03/1945 McGill Redmen 11/10/1945 Western Mustangs

19 – 15 W 6 – 25 L 8–4W 2 – 17 L

1946 SEASON (1-5-0) 10/05/1946 McGill Redmen 10/12/1946 Western Mustangs 10/19/1946 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/26/1946 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/02/1946 McGill Redmen 11/09/1946 Western Mustangs

12 – 18 L 0–8L 0 – 21 L 7 – 39 L 14 – 5 W 8 – 47 L

1947 SEASON (0-5-1) 10/11/1947 McGill Redmen 10/18/1947 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/25/1947 Western Mustangs 11/01/1947 Western Mustangs 11/08/1947 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/15/1947 McGill Redmen

13 – 13 T 6 – 23 L 3 – 52 L 0 – 32 L 5 – 15 L 6 – 11 L

1948 SEASON (2-4-0) 10/09/1948 McGill Redmen 10/16/1948 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/23/1948 Western Mustangs 10/30/1948 Western Mustangs 11/06/1948 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/13/1948 McGill Redmen

12 – 20 L 8–6W 12 – 19 L 9 – 23 L 0–4L 10 – 7 W

1949 SEASON (2-3-1) 10/08/1949 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/15/1949 Western Mustangs 10/22/1949 McGill Redmen 10/29/1949 McGill Redmen 11/05/1949 Western Mustangs 11/13/1949 Toronto Varsity Blues

21 – 22 L 11 – 16 L 1 – 17 L 15 – 0 W 18 – 18 T 9–0W

1950 SEASON (2-4-0) 10/07/1950 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/14/1950 Western Mustangs 10/21/1950 McGill Redmen 10/28/1950 McGill Redmen 11/04/1950 Western Mustangs 11/11/1950 Toronto Varsity Blues

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1–7L 13 – 7 W 6 – 35 L 15 – 43 L 13 – 10 W 5–7L

1951 SEASON (0-6-0) 10/06/1951 Western Mustangs 10/10/1951 Western Mustangs 10/13/1951 McGill Redmen 10/20/1951 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/27/1951 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/03/1951 McGill Redmen

12 – 24 L 13 – 20 L 7 – 14 L 2 – 26 L 7 – 15 L 2 – 19 L

1961 SEASON (6-1-0) 10/07/1961 McGill Redmen 10/14/1961 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/21/1961 Western Mustangs 10/28/1961 Western Mustangs 11/04/1961 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/11/1961 McGill Redmen 11/18/1961 McGill Redmen

8–7W 29 – 0 W 38 – 13 W 27 – 7 W 58 – 6 W 7 – 15 L 11 – 0 W (yc)

1952 SEASON (2-5-0) 10/04/1952 Western Mustangs 10/11/1952 McGill Redmen 10/18/1952 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/25/1952 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/01/1952 Western Mustangs 11/08/1952 McMaster Mauraders 11/15/1952 McGill Redmen

1 – 33 L 20 – 7 W 1 – 13 L 1–9L 5 – 25 L 21 – 9 W 5–9L

1962 SEASON (4-3-0) 10/06/1962 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/13/1962 Western Mustangs 10/20/1962 McGill Redmen 10/27/1962 McGill Redmen 11/03/1962 Western Mustangs 11/10/1962 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/17/1962 McGill Redmen

32 – 13 W 26 – 9 W 24 – 38 L 10 – 14 L 16 – 13 W 29 – 0 W 13 – 15 L (yc)

1953 SEASON (3-3-0) 10/03/1953 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/10/1953 McGill Redmen 10/24/1953 Western Mustangs 10/31/1953 McMaster Mauraders 11/07/1953 McMaster Mauraders 11/14/1953 Toronto Varsity Blues

7 – 16 L 13 – 12 W 7 – 19 L 34 – 20 W 28 – 25 W 1–9L

1963 SEASON (6-0-0) 10/05/1963 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/12/1963 Western Mustangs 10/19/1963 McGill Redmen 10/26/1963 McGill Redmen 11/02/1963 Western Mustangs 11/09/1963 Toronto Varsity Blues

21 – 14 W 20 – 18 W 26 – 19 W 17 – 7 W 51 – 9 W 19 – 15 W

1954 SEASON (4-3-0) 10/09/1954 McGill Redmen 10/16/1954 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/23/1954 Western Mustangs 10/30/1954 Western Mustangs 11/07/1954 McGill Redmen 11/13/1954 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/20/1954 Western Mustangs

46 – 11 W 20 – 0 W 1 – 27 L 18 – 11 W 30 – 0 W 9 – 11 L 18 – 20 L (po)

1964 SEASON (7-0-0) 10/03/1964 Western Mustangs 10/10/1964 McGill Redmen 10/17/1964 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/24/1964 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/31/1964 McGill Redmen 11/07/1964 Western Mustangs 11/14/1964 McMaster Mauraders

11 – 9 W 13 – 12 W 45 – 24 W 34 – 22 W 20 – 0 W 29 – 12 W 63 – 6 W (yc)

1955 SEASON (6-1-0) 10/01/1955 McGill Redmen 10/08/1955 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/15/1955 Western Mustangs 10/22/1955 Western Mustangs 10/29/1955 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/05/1955 McGill Redmen 11/12/1955 Toronto Varsity Blues

30 – 10 W 6 – 11 L 12 – 4 W 25 – 17 W 11 – 10 W 12 – 7 W 18 – 0 W (yc)

1965 SEASON (3-3-0) 10/05/1965 Western Mustangs 10/09/1965 McGill Redmen 10/16/1965 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/23/1965 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/30/1965 McGill Redmen 11/06/1965 Western Mustangs

20 – 33 L 8–0W 0–1L 31 – 0 W 16 – 6 W 12 – 26 L

1956 SEASON (5-1-1) 10/06/1956 Toronto Varsity Blues 7–7T 10/13/1956 Western Mustangs 35 – 0 W 10/20/1956 McGill Redmen 1–6L 10/27/1956 McGill Redmen 20 – 15 W 11/03/1956 Western Mustangs 20 – 13 W 11/10/1956 Toronto Varsity Blues 19 – 12 W 11/17/1956 Toronto Varsity Blues 4 – 2 W (yc)

1966 SEASON (6-1-0) 10/01/1966 McGill Redmen 10/08/1966 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/15/1966 Western Mustangs 10/22/1966 Western Mustangs 10/29/1966 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/05/1966 McGill Redmen 11/12/1966 Toronto Varsity Blues

28 – 16 W 19 – 28 L 24 – 9 W 33 – 0 W 23 – 15 W 30 – 0 W 50 – 7 W (yc)

1957 SEASON (0-6-0) 10/05/1957 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/12/1957 Western Mustangs 10/19/1957 McGill Redmen 10/26/1957 McGill Redmen 11/02/1957 Western Mustangs 11/09/1957 Toronto Varsity Blues

1967 SEASON (4-2-0) 10/07/1967 Western Mustangs 10/15/1967 McGill Redmen 10/21/1967 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/28/1967 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/04/1967 McGill Redmen 11/11/1967 Western Mustangs

42 – 14 W 41 – 23 W 14 – 19 L 13 – 16 L 15 – 10 W 10 – 5 W

1958 SEASON (2-5-0) 09/27/1958 McGill Redmen 10/04/1958 Western Mustangs 10/11/1958 McGill Redmen 10/18/1958 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/26/1958 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/02/1958 McGill Redmen 11/09/1958 Western Mustangs

8 – 16 L 6 – 34 L 6 – 33 L 0 – 15 L 8 – 21 L 2 – 18 L

8 – 14 L 16 – 48 L 21 – 0 W 0 – 44 L 3 – 32 L 13 – 16 L 14 – 12 W

1959 SEASON (2-4-0) 10/03/1959 Western Mustangs 10/09/1959 McGill Redmen 10/16/1959 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/24/1959 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/31/1959 McGill Redmen 11/07/1959 Western Mustangs

8 – 20 L 16 – 12 W 0–7L 6–7L 6–1W 13 – 55 L

1960 SEASON (4-3-0) 10/01/1960 McGill Redmen 10/08/1960 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/15/1960 Western Mustangs 10/22/1960 Western Mustangs 10/29/1960 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/05/1960 McGill Redmen 11/12/1960 McGill Redmen

27 – 26 W 26 – 13 W 10 – 21 L 36 – 0 W 21 – 6 W 9 – 15 L 0 – 21 L (yc)

1968 SEASON (8-1-0) 09/28/1968 Western Mustangs 10/05/1968 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/12/1968 McGill Redmen 10/19/1968 Waterloo Warriors 10/26/1968 McGill Redmen 11/02/1968 McMaster Mauraders 11/09/1968 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/17/1968 Manitoba Bison 11/22/1968 Waterloo Lutheran

22 – 17 W 35 – 0 W 21 – 28 L 33 – 17 W 15 – 14 W 54 – 7 W 14 – 6 W 29 – 6 W (sf ) 42 – 14 W (vc)

1969 SEASON (5-2-0) 09/27/1969 McGill Redmen 10/04/1969 Waterloo Warriors 10/11/1969 Western Mustangs 10/18/1969 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/25/1969 McGill Redmen 11/01/1969 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/08/1969 McMaster Mauraders

6 – 28 L 28 – 0 W 17 – 6 W 24 – 17 W 3 – 21 L 16 – 14 W 39 – 10 W

1970 SEASON (6-2-0) 09/26/1970 Western Mustangs 18 – 4 W 10/03/1970 Toronto Varsity Blues 18 – 27 L 10/10/1970 McGill Redmen 44 – 11 W 10/17/1970 Toronto Varsity Blues 29 – 15 W 10/24/1970 McGill Redmen 23 – 12 W 10/31/1970 McMaster Mauraders 31 – 17 W 11/07/1970 Waterloo Warriors 20 – 6 W 11/15/1970 Manitoba Bison 20 – 24 L OT (sf ) 1971 SEASON (6-3-0) 09/11/1971 Laurentian Voyageurs 09/18/1971 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/25/1971 Waterloo Warriors 09/29/1971 Carleton Ravens 10/02/1971 Carleton Ravens 10/09/1971 York Yeomen 10/16/1971 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/23/1971 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/30/1971 Western Mustangs

65 – 6 W 17 – 26 L 36 – 0 W 48 – 25 W 22 – 0 W 62 – 7 W 28 – 25 W 29 – 31 L 3 – 42 L (po)

1972 SEASON (3-3-0) 09/17/1972 Carleton Ravens 09/23/1972 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/30/1972 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/07/1972 Carleton Ravens 10/13/1972 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/21/1972 Toronto Varsity Blues

33 – 0 W 16 – 13 W 18 – 46 L 23 – 26 L 18 – 17 W 13 – 27 L

1973 SEASON (5-3-0) 09/15/1973 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/22/1973 Toronto Varsity Blues 09/29/1973 Guelph Gryphons 10/06/1973 Carleton Ravens 10/13/1973 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/20/1973 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/27/1973 McMaster Mauraders 11/03/1973 York Yeomen

14 – 27 L 27 – 9 W 33 – 14 W 21 – 13 W 16 – 37 L 6 – 48 L 34 – 14 W 30 – 22 W

1974 SEASON (2-5-0) 09/14/1974 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/21/1974 McGill Redmen 09/28/1974 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/05/1974 York Yeomen 10/12/1974 Carleton Ravens 10/19/1974 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/26/1974 Guelph Gryphons

7 – 27 L 19 – 8 W 9 – 32 L 30 – 7 W 16 – 36 L 20 – 38 L 10 – 20 L

1975 SEASON (3-5-0) 09/13/1975 Concordia Stingers 09/20/1975 Carleton Ravens 09/27/1975 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/04/1975 Toronto Varsity Blues 10/11/1975 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/18/1975 McMaster Mauraders 10/25/1975 Bishop’s Gaiters 11/01/1975 Ottawa Gee-Gees

14 – 17 L 4–1W 0 – 26 L 10 – 32 L 14 – 35 L 16 – 3 W 37 – 6 W 26 – 57 L

1976 SEASON (5-2-0) 09/11/1976 Bishop’s Gaiters 09/18/1976 Carleton Ravens 09/25/1976 Carleton Ravens 10/02/1976 McGill Redmen 10/09/1976 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/16/1976 Concordia Stingers 10/23/1976 Ottawa Gee-Gees 1977 SEASON (7-2-0) 09/17/1977 Bishop’s Gaiters 09/24/1977 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/01/1977 McGill Redmen 10/08/1977 Carleton Ravens 10/15/1977 McGill Redmen 10/22/1977 UQTR Patriotes 10/29/1977 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/05/1977 Bishop’s Gaiters 11/12/1977 Acadia Axemen

27 – 34 L 15 – 10 W 28 – 18 W 9–8W 7 – 26 L 23 – 9 W 19 – 0 W

44 – 25 W 24 – 15 W 4–5L 40 – 1 W 21 – 9 W 45 – 1 W 27 – 14 W (po) 45 – 27 W (yc) 22 – 35 L (ab)


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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1978 SEASON (10-0-0) 09/16/1978 UQTR Patriotes 46 – 7 W 09/23/1978 Concordia Stingers 52 – 0 W 09/30/1978 McGill Redmen 27 – 17 W 10/06/1978 Ottawa Gee-Gees 28 – 16 W 10/14/1978 Carleton Ravens 26 – 3 W 10/21/1978 Bishop’s Gaiters 15 – 14 W 10/28/1978 Carleton Ravens 17 – 13 W (po) 11/04/1978 McGill Redmen 23 – 1 W (yc) 11/11/1978 St. Francis Xavier X-Men 32 – 10 W (ab) 11/18/1978 UBC Thunderbirds 16 – 3 W (vc) 1979 SEASON (7-2-0) 09/09/1979 UQTR Patriotes 09/22/1979 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/29/1979 Concordia Stingers 10/06/1979 Carleton Ravens 10/13/1979 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/20/1979 McGill Redmen 10/27/1979 Carleton Ravens 11/03/1979 McGill Redmen 11/10/1979 Western Mustangs

42 – 7 W 20 – 21 L 16 – 10 W 23 – 7 W 23 – 8 W 17 – 6 W 25 – 5 W (po) 22 – 5 W (po) 14 – 32 L (yc)

1980 SEASON (6-3-0) 09/13/1980 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/20/1980 Concordia Stingers 09/27/1980 McGill Redmen 10/04/1980 Carleton Ravens 10/11/1980 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/18/1980 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/25/1980 Carleton Ravens 11/01/1980 McGill Redmen 11/08/1980 @ Ottawa Gee-Gees

11 – 21 L 34 – 30 W 12 – 22 L 16 – 3 W 9 – 10 L 30 – 17 W 31 – 4 W 23 – 21 W (po) 12 – 13 L (po)

1981 SEASON (6-4-0) 09/19/1981 Concordia Stingers 09/26/1981 McGill Redmen 10/03/1981 Carleton Ravens 10/10/1981 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/17/1981 Carleton Ravens 10/24/1981 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/31/1981 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/07/1981 Concordia Stingers 11/14/1981 @ McGill Redmen 11/21/1981 Acadia Axemen

17 – 27 L 7 – 18 L 38 – 19 W 29 – 28 W 52 – 10 W 46 – 14 W 10 – 24 L 39 – 11 W (po) 26 – 19 W (dm) 14 – 40 L (ab)

1982 SEASON (4-5-0) 09/11/1982 Ottawa Gee-Gees 20 – 22 L 09/18/1982 Carleton Ravens 32 – 34 L 09/25/1982 McGill Redmen 30 – 1 W 10/02/1982 Ottawa Gee-Gees 32 – 35 L 10/09/1982 Carleton Ravens 27 – 21 W 10/16/1982 Bishop’s Gaiters 44 – 27 W 10/23/1982 Concordia Stingers 4 – 18 L 10/30/1982 Ottawa Gee-Gees 31 – 30 W (po) 11/06/1982 @ Concordia Stingers 15 – 25 L (dm) 1983 SEASON (7-2-2) 09/10/1983 Carleton Ravens 09/17/1983 Carleton Ravens 09/24/1983 Concordia Stingers 10/01/1983 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/07/1983 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/15/1983 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/22/1983 McGill Redmen 10/29/1983 Carleton Ravens 11/05/1983 vs. McGill Redmen 11/12/1983 Toronto Varsity Blues 11/19/1983 Calgary Dinos

36 – 4 W 38 – 11 W 26 – 23 W 38 – 25 W 18 – 18 T 16 – 16 T 33 – 34 L 32 – 18 W (po) 36 – 5 W (dm) 22 – 7 W (cb) 21 – 31 L (vc)

1984 SEASON (7-3-0) 09/15/1984 Bishop’s Gaiters 36 – 39 L 09/22/1984 McGill Redmen 59 – 30 W 09/29/1984 Carleton Ravens 9 – 10 L 10/05/1984 Ottawa Gee-Gees 39 – 13 W 10/13/1984 Ottawa Gee-Gees 52 – 1 W 10/20/1984 Concordia Stingers 27 – 25 W 10/27/1984 Carleton Ravens 27 – 24 W 11/03/1984 McGill Redmen 65 – 29 W (po) 11/10/1984 @ Bishop’s Gaiters 37 – 35 W (dm) 11/17/1984 Mount Allison Mounties 17 – 28 L (ab)

1985 SEASON (6-2-0) 09/21/1985 Concordia Stingers 09/28/1985 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/05/1985 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/12/1985 Carleton Ravens 10/19/1985 McGill Redmen 10/25/1985 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/02/1985 Carleton Ravens 11/09/1985 Concordia Stingers

26 – 23 W 34 – 13 W 26 – 19 W 28 – 27 W 41 – 7 W 17 – 20 L 21 – 19 W 14 – 15 L (po)

1986 SEASON (3-5-0) 09/13/1986 Bishop’s Gaiters 09/20/1986 McGill Redmen 09/27/1986 Carleton Ravens 10/04/1986 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/10/1986 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/18/1986 Concordia Stingers 10/25/1986 Carleton Ravens 11/01/1986 Bishop’s Gaiters

15 – 28 L 8 – 11 L 18 – 29 L 23 – 17 W 32 – 15 W 69 – 16 W 32 – 37 L 25 – 31 L (po)

1987 SEASON (3-5-0) 09/12/1987 Concordia Stingers 09/19/1987 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/26/1987 Carleton Ravens 10/03/1987 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/10/1987 Carleton Ravens 10/17/1987 McGill Redmen 10/24/1987 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/31/1987 McGill Redmen

20 – 27 L 36 – 29 W 29 – 6 W 22 – 13 W 14 – 16 L 10 – 21 L 10 – 39 L 24 – 27 L (po)

1988 SEASON (6-3-0) 09/10/1988 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/17/1988 Bishop’s Gaiters 09/24/1988 McGill Redmen 10/01/1988 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/08/1988 Concordia Stingers 10/15/1988 Carleton Ravens 10/22/1988 Carleton Ravens 10/29/1988 Ottawa Gee-Gees 11/05/1988 @ Bishop’s Gaiters

23 – 10 W 15 – 18 L 31 – 28 W 9–4W 15 – 29 L 35 – 14 W 32 – 0 W 16 – 13 W (po) 7 – 16 L (dm)

1989 SEASON (9-1-0) 09/09/1989 Ottawa Gee-Gees 13 – 9 W 09/16/1989 Bishop’s Gaiters 28 – 17 W 09/23/1989 Carleton Ravens 51 – 7 W 09/29/1989 Ottawa Gee-Gees 28 – 24 W 10/07/1989 Concordia Stingers 25 – 5 W 10/14/1989 Carleton Ravens 38 – 11 W 10/21/1989 McGill Redmen 29 – 0 W 10/28/1989 McGill Redmen 33 – 17 W (po) 11/04/1989 vs. Ottawa Gee-Gees 39 – 18 W (dm) 11/11/1989 Saskatchewan Huskies 10 – 40 L (cb) 1990 SEASON (5-3-1) 09/16/1990 Concordia Stingers 09/22/1990 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/29/1990 McGill Redmen 10/06/1990 Carleton Ravens 10/13/1990 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/19/1990 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/27/1990 Carleton Ravens 11/03/1990 Concordia Stingers 11/10/1990 @ Bishop’s Gaiters

11 – 20 L 30 – 2 W 19 – 14 W 36 – 6 W 20 – 20 T 1–6L 29 – 13 W 37 – 15 W (po) 9 – 20 L (dm)

1991 SEASON (7-3-0) 09/14/1991 McGill Redmen 44 – 30 W 09/21/1991 Carleton Ravens 34 – 19 W 09/28/1991 Concordia Stingers 49 – 22 W 10/04/1991 Ottawa Gee-Gees 15 – 19 L 10/12/1991 Carleton Ravens 58 – 10 W 10/19/1991 Ottawa Gee-Gees 52 – 13 W 10/26/1991 Bishop’s Gaiters 26 – 29 L 11/01/1991 Concordia Stingers 25 – 23 W (po) 11/09/1991 @ Bishop’s Gaiters 34 – 31 W (dm) 11/16/1991 Laurier Golden Hawks 22 – 42 L (cb)

1992 SEASON (10-1-0) 09/12/1992 Concordia Stingers 09/19/1992 Bishop’s Gaiters 09/26/1992 Carleton Ravens 10/03/1992 McGill Redmen 10/10/1992 Carleton Ravens 10/17/1992 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/23/1992 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/31/1992 McGill Redmen 11/07/1992 @ Bishop’s Gaiters 11/14/1992 Guelph Gryphons 11/21/1992 Saint Mary’s Huskies 1993 SEASON (2-5-0) 09/11/1993 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/18/1993 Bishop’s Gaiters 09/25/1993 Carleton Ravens 10/02/1993 Concordia Stingers 10/09/1993 Carleton Ravens 10/16/1993 Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/23.1993 McGill Redmen 1994 SEASON (1-6-0) 09/10/1994 McGill Redmen 09/17/1994 Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/24/1994 Carleton Ravens 10/01/1994 Concordia Stingers 10/08/1994 Carleton Ravens 10/15/1994 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/22/1994 Ottawa Gee-Gees

13 – 8 W 14 – 49 L 43 – 3 W 27 – 17 W 44 – 10 W 35 – 0 W 49 – 15 W 24 – 21 W (po) 31 – 6 W (dm) 23 – 16 W (cb) 21 – 0 W (vc) 17 – 11 W 7 - 24 L 20 - 25 L 16 - 19 L 26 - 8 W 12 - 34 L 24 - 37 L

16 – 33 L 20 – 45 L 19 – 21 L 7 – 34 L 44 – 7 W 14 – 19 L 16 – 29 L

1995 SEASON (6-4-0) 09/09/1995 (4) Concordia Stingers L (D) 09/16/1995 Carleton Ravens 10 – 22 L 09/23/1995 Carleton Ravens 21 – 2 W 09/30/1995 Bishop’s Gaiters 32 – 21 W 10/07/1995 (4) Ottawa Gee-Gees 7 – 29 L 10/14/1995 McGill Redmen 20 – 7 W 10/21/1995 (6) Ottawa Gee-Gees 21 – 3 W 10/28/1995 McGill Redmen 20 – 12 W 11/04/1995 (7) Bishop’s Gaiters 25 – 0 W (po) 11/11/1995 @ (6) Ottawa Gee-Gees 3 – 8 L (dm) 1996 SEASON (5-4-0) 08/31/1996 Concordia Stingers 09/07/1996 (8) Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/14/1996 (7) Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/21/1996 McGill Redmen 09/28/1996 (8) Carleton Ravens 10/05/1996 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/12/1996 Bishop’s Gaiters 10/19/1996 Laval Rouge et Or 11/02/1996 (9) McGill Redmen

18 – 13 L 10 – 25 L 31 – 28 W 20 – 29 L 12 – 8 W 21 – 13 W 31 – 6 W 18 – 7 W 9 – 19 L (po)

1997 SEASON (8-2-0) 08/30/1997 @ (4) McGill Redmen 18 – 20 L 09/06/1997 vs. (10) Bishop’s Gaiters 36 – 10 W 09/13/1997 vs. McGill Redmen 21 – 7 W 09/21/1997 @ Concordia Stingers 10 – 23 L 10/04/1997 vs. Laval Rouge et Or 32 – 7 W 10/11/1997 @ Carleton Ravens 25 – 18 W 10/18/1997 vs. Carleton Ravens 22 – 12 W 10/25/1997 @ (2) Ottawa Gee-Gees 19 – 9 W 11/01/1997 vs. McGill Redmen 10 – 7 W (po) 11/08/1997 vs. (4) Ottawa Gee-Gees W (f )(dm) 1998 SEASON (3-5-0) 09/05/1998 vs. (7) Concordia Stingers 09/12/1998 @ (3) Bishop’s Gaiters 09/26/1998 vs. McGill Redmen 10/02/1998 @ Carleton Ravens 10/10/1998 @ Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/17/1998 vs. Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/25/1998 @ Laval Rouge et Or 10/31/1998 vs. Bishop’s Gaiters

32 – 11 W 19 – 24 L 36 – 0 W 40 – 8 W 30 – 47 L 21 – 28 L 10 – 13 L 20 – 39 L

1999 SEASON (2-6-0) 09/12/1999 @ (5) Laval Rouge et Or 09/18/1999 vs. Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/25/1999 vs. (2) Concordia Stingers 10/02/1999 @ Bishop’s Gaiters 10/09/1999 @ Ottawa Gee-Gees 10/16/1999 vs. Guelph Gryphons 10/23/1999 @ Toronto Varsity Blues 10/30/1999 vs. McGill Redmen

0 – 23 L 22 – 27 L 17 – 30 L 14 – 35 L 22 – 29 L 21 – 12 W 55 – 3 W 28 – 30 L

2000 SEASON (1-7-0) 09/09/2000 vs. (5) Ottawa Gee-Gees 1 – 35 L 09/16/2000 @ McGill Redmen 15 – 30 L 09/23/2000 vs. Bishop’s Gaiters 9 – 32 L 09/30/2000 vs. (2) Laval Rouge et Or 14 – 33 L 10/07/2000 @ (4) Ottawa Gee-Gees 0 – 45 L 10/14/2000 vs. (8) Western Mustangs 41 – 40 W 10/21/2000 @ (5) Laurier Golden Hawks 7 – 67 L 10/28/2000 @ Concordia Stingers 27 – 30 L 2001 SEASON (6-4-0) 09/03/2001 vs. (5) McMaster Mauraders 22 – 41 L 09/08/2001 vs. (1) Ottawa Gee-Gees 15 – 26 L 09/15/2001 @ (10) Guelph Gryphons 43 – 13 W 09/22/2001 vs. York Yeomen 24 – 22 W 09/29/2001 @ Toronto Varsity Blues 38 – 23 W 10/06/2001 @ Laurier Golden Hawks 30 – 8 W 10/13/2001 vs. (9) Western Mustangs 26 – 21 W 10/20/2001 @ Windsor Lancers 9 – 36 L 10/27/2001 vs. Laurier Golden Hawks 29 – 27 W (po) 11/03/2001 @ (4) Ottawa Gee-Gees 12 – 47 L (po) 2002 SEASON (9-2-0) 09/02/2002 @ (5)McMaster Mauraders 25 – 27 L 09/07/2002 @ (4) Ottawa Gee-Gees 29 – 28 W 09/14/2002 vs. Guelph Gryphons 25 – 9 W 09/21/2002 @ York Yeomen 35 – 17 W 09/28/2002 vs. Toronto Varsity Blues 61 – 10 W 10/05/2002 vs. Laurier Golden Hawks 12 – 9 W 10/12/2002 @ Waterloo Warriors 38 – 2 W 10/19/2002 vs. Windsor Lancers 46 – 0 W 10/26/2002 vs. Waterloo Warriors 51 – 14 W (po) 11/02/2002 vs. (7) Western Mustangs 55 – 20 W (po) 11/09/2002 @ (1) McMaster Mauraders 19 – 33 L (yc) 2003 SEASON (8-2-0) 09/01/2003 vs. York Lions 47 – 7 W 09/06/2003 @ Toronto Varsity Blues 72 – 0 W 09/13/2003 @ Western Mustangs 47 – 35 W 09/20/2003 vs. (3) McMaster Mauraders 27 – 30 L (ot) 09/27/2003 @ Guelph Gryphons 40 – 19 W 10/04/2003 vs. Waterloo Warriors 51 – 3 W 10/11/2003 @ (7) Laurier Golden Hawks 26 – 23 W 10/18/2003 vs. Windsor Lancers 51 – 17 W 10/25/2003 vs. York Lions 27 – 6 W (po) 11/01/2003 vs. (7) Laurier Golden Hawks 33 – 36 L (po) (ot) 2004 SEASON (2-6-0) 09/06/2004 at Windsor Lancers 09/11/2004 vs Guelph Gryphons 09/18/2004 at (10) Ottawa Gee-Gees 09/25/2004 vs Waterloo Warriors 10/02/2004 at York Lions 10/09/2004 vs Toronto Varsity Blues 10/16/2004 at (6) McMaster Mauraders 10/23/2004 vs (9) Western Mustangs

28 – 30 L 26 – 27 L 19 – 24 L 14 – 17 L 17 – 16 W 70 – 0 W 13 – 32 L 23 – 49 L

2005 SEASON (3-5-0) 09/05/2005 vs (3) Laurier Golden Hawks 0 – 45 L 09/10/2005 vs York Lions 40 – 7 W 09/17/2005 at Windsor Lancers 24 – 27 L 09/24/2005 vs Ottawa Gee-Gees 18 – 33 L 10/01/2005 at (9) McMaster Mauraders 24 – 43 L 10/08/2005 at Waterloo Warriors 26 – 18 W 10/15/2005 vs Toronto Varsity Blues 45 – 0 W 10/22/2005 at (8) Western Mustangs 28 – 50 L 2006 SEASON (4-6-0) 09/04/2006 vs Toronto Varsity Blues 53 – 7 W 09/09/2006 at Guelph Gryphons 31 – 10 W 09/16/2006 vs Windsor Lancers 18 – 22 L 09/23/2006 at Waterloo Warriors 13 – 14 L 10/01/2006 at (3)McMaster Mauraders 5 – 37 L 10/07/2006 vs (5)Ottawa Gee-Gees 13 – 34 L 10/14/2006 at York Lions 16 – 14 W (ot) 10/21/2006 vs (10)Western Mustangs 28 – 9 W 10/28/2006 at (9)McMaster Mauraders 25–19 W (po) 11/04/2006 at (3) Ottawa Gee-Gees 10 – 23 L (po)

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RESULTS BY OPPONENT 2007 SEASON (6-3-0) 09/03/2007 at (7)Western Mustangs 26 – 20 W (ot) 09/09/2007 vs Guelph Gryphons 26 – 14 W 09/15/2007 vs (9)McMaster Mauraders 24 – 20 W 09/22/2007 at Windsor Lancers 38 – 3 W 09/29/2007 vs (4) Laurier Golden Hawks 4 – 23 L 10/06/2007 at (2)Ottawa Gee-Gees 12 – 13 L 10/13/2007 vs Waterloo Warriors 45 – 0 W 10/20/2007 at Toronto Varsity Blues 54 – 24 W 10/27/2007 vs Western Mustangs 19 – 27 L (po)

RECORD vs. OPPONENT CONFERENCE/TEAM

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L

T

PCT

445

232

204

9

0.531

Guelph Gryphons

09/29/1973

09/18/2010

13

10

3

0

0.769

McMaster Mauraders

11/08/1952

11/05/2011

25

14

11

0

0.560

Ottawa Gee-Gees

11/02/1889

09/10/2011

95

43

49

3

0.468

Toronto Varsity Blues

10/15/1887

09/30/2011

173

81

88

4

0.480

2008 SEASON (8-1-0) 09/01/2008 vs McMaster Mauraders 35 – 11 W 09/06/2008 at Guelph Gryphons 41 – 30 W 09/13/2008 vs (10) Laurier Golden Hawks 41 – 7 W 09/20/2008 atToronto Varsity Blues 58 – 14 W 09/27/2008 vs (2) Western Mustangs 43 – 16 W 10/04/2008 at York Lions 80 – 0 W 10/11/2008 vs Ottawa Gee-Gees 38 – 16 W 10/18/2008 at Waterloo Warriors 38 – 22 W 11/01/2008 vs Ottawa Gee-Gees 13 – 23 L (po)

Waterloo Warriors

10/19/1968

10/15/2011

14

12

2

0

0.857

Western Mustangs

10/19/1929

10/22/2011

86

44

40

2

0.523

Windsor Lancers

10/20/2001

10/08/2011

10

6

4

0

0.600

Laurier Golden Hawks

11/22/1968

09/17/2011

14

7

7

0

0.500

York Lions

10/09/1971

09/24/2011

14

14

0

0

1.000

5

2

3

0

0.400

Acadia Axemen

11/12/1977

11/21/1981

2

0

2

0

0.000

2009 SEASON (11-1-0) 09/07/2009 vs Guelph Gryphons 52 – 49 W 09/12/2009 vs McMaster Marauders 8–7W 09/19/2009 at Ottawa Gee-Gees 20 – 8 W 09/26/2009 vs York Lions 67 – 0 W 10/03/2009 at Windsor Lancers 42 – 13 W 10/10/2009 at Waterloo Warriors 43 – 21 W 10/17/2009 vs (5) Western Mustangs 27 – 26 W 10/24/2009 at Laurier Golden Hawks 13 – 25 L 11/07/2009 vs (10) McMaster Marauders 32 – 6 W (po) 11/14/2009 vs (5) Western Mustangs 43 – 39 W (yc) 11/21/2009 vs (1) Laval Rouge et Or 33 – 30 W (mb) 11/28/2009 (2) Calgary Dinos 33 – 31 W (vc)

Mount Allison Mounties

11/17/1984

11/17/1984

1

0

1

0

0.000

St. Francis Xavier X-Men

11/11/1978

11/11/1978

1

1

0

0

1.000

Saint Mary’s Huskies

11/21/1992

11/21/1992

2010 SEASON (3-6-0) 08/31/2010 at (10) McMaster Marauders 18-23 L 09/12/2010 vs. Windsor Lancers 40-7 W 09/18/2010 at Guelph Gryphons 15-21 L 09/25/2010 vs. (2) Ottawa Gee-Gees 25-27 L (ot) 10/02/2010 at (5) Western Mustangs 10-46 L 10/09/2010 vs. Toronto Varsity Blues 66-1 W 10/16/2010 at Laurier Golden Hawks 23-44 L 10/23/2010 vs. York Lions 14-52 W 10/30/2010 at (7) McMaster Marauders 19-40 L (po)

CANADA WEST

Carleton Ravens

09/29/1971

2011 SEASON (7-3-0) 09/05/2011 vs. (3) McMaster Marauders 2-26 L 09/10/2011 at Ottawa Gee-Gees 6-19 L 09/17/2011 vs. Laurier Golden Hawks 58-35 W 09/24/2011 at York Lions 63-3 W 09/30/2011 at Toronto Varsity Blues 13-6 W 10/08/2011 at (10) Windsor Lancers 27-14 W 10/15/2011 vs. Waterloo Warriors 53-0 W 10/22/2011 vs. (1) Western Mustangs 37-0 W 10/29/2010 vs. Laurier Golden Hawks 14-10 W 11/05/2011 at (4) McMaster Marauders 13-40 L (po)

Edmonton Elks

12/02/1922

Hamilton Tigers

Abbreviations (ab) - Atlantic Bowl (cb) - Churchill Bowl (dc) - Dominion Championship (dm) - Dunsmore Cup (ex) - exhibition (non-league) game (gc) - Grey Cup (mb) - Mitchell Bowl (ot) - Overtime required (po) - Playoff (sf ) - Other CIS national semi-final (vc) - Vanier Cup/College Bowl (yc) - Yates Cup final QUEEN’S FOOTBALL - RECORDS BY DECADE 1883-89 3-7-1 (.272) 1890-99 23-18-1 (.548) 1900-09 20-26-5 (.392) 1910-19 7-25-0 (.219) 1920-29 38-17-0 (.691) 1930-39 34-29-4 (.508) 1940-49 7-19-2 (.250) 1950-59 26-38-1 (.400) 1960-69 53-16-0 (.768) 1970-79 54-27-0 (.667) 1980-89 57-33-2 (.620) 1990-99 49-39-1 (.551) 2000-09 58-37-0 (.611) 2010-19 10-9-0 (.526)

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AUS

QUEBEC

1

1

0

0

1.000

244

133

105

6

0.557

Bishop’s Gaiters

10/25/1975

09/23/2000

36

19

16

1

0.542

Concordia Stingers

09/13/1975

10/28/2000

30

15

15

0

0.500

Laval Rouge et Or

10/19/1996

11/21/2009

6

3

3

0

0.500

McGill Redmen

10/08/1898

09/16/2000

169

93

71

5

0.565

UQTR Patriotes

10/22/1977

09/09/1979

3

3

0

0

1.000

6

3

3

0

0.500

UBC Thunderbirds

11/18/1978

11/18/1978

1

1

0

0

1.000

Calgary Dinos

11/19/1983

11/28/2009

2

1

1

0

0.500

Manitoba Bison

11/17/1968

11/15/1970

2

1

1

0

0.500

Saskatchewan Huskies

11/11/1989

11/11/1989

1

0

1

0

0.000

96

68

26

2

0.719

10/02/1998

51

41

10

0

0.804

12/02/1922

1

1

0

0

1.000

11/01/1890

11/23/1935

11

5

6

0

0.455

Kingston Football Club

10/10/1896

10/10/1896

1

1

0

0

1.000

Laurentian Voyageurs

09/11/1971

09/11/1971

1

1

0

0

1.000

Montreal Football Club

11/23/1893

11/23/1893

1

1

0

0

1.000

Ottawa Football Club

10/20/1883

11/28/1925

6

1

5

0

0.167

Osgoode Hall Club

10/19/1895

10/29/1892

5

1

3

1

0.300

Regina Roughriders

12/01/1923

12/01/1923

1

1

0

0

1.000

Royal Military College

10/13/1883

11/14/1913

13

10

2

1

0.808

Toronto Football Club

11/11/1893

11/18/1893

2

2

0

0

1.000

Toronto Argonauts

11/25/1922

11/25/1922

1

1

0

0

1.000

Toronto Balmy Beach

11/29/1924

11/21/1925

2

2

0

0

1.000

OTHER

ALL-TIME OPPONENTS ACADIA AXEMEN (0-2-0) 11/12/1977 22 – 35 L (po) 11/21/1981 14 – 40 L (po) BISHOP’S GAITERS (19-16-1) 10/25/1975 37 – 6 W 09/11/1976 27 – 34 L 09/17/1977 44 – 25 W 11/05/1977 45 – 27 W (po) 10/21/1978 15 – 14 W 10/13/1979 23 – 8 W 10/18/1980 30 – 17 W 10/24/1981 46 – 14 W 10/16/1982 44 – 27 W 10/01/1983 38 – 25 W 09/15/1984 36 – 39 L

11/10/1984 10/05/1985 09/13/1986 11/01/1986 10/24/1987 09/17/1988 11/05/1988 09/16/1989 10/13/1990 11/10/1990 10/26/1991 11/09/1991 09/19/1992 11/07/1992 09/18/1993 10/15/1994 09/30/1995 11/04/1995

37 – 35 W (po) 26 – 19 W 15 – 28 L 25 – 31 L (po) 10 – 39 L 15 – 18 L 7 – 16 L (po) 28 – 17 W 20 – 20 T 9 – 20 L (po) 26 – 29 L 34 – 31 W (po) 14 – 49 L 31 – 6 W (po) 7 – 24 L 14 – 19 L 32 – 21 W 25 – 0 W (po)

10/05/1996 10/12/1996 09/06/1997 09/12/1998 10/31/1998 10/02/1999 09/23/2000

21 – 13 W 31 – 6 W 36 – 10 W 19 – 24 L 20 – 39 L 14 – 35 L 9 – 32 L

CARLETON RAVENS (41-10-0) 09/29/1971 48 – 25 W 10/02/1971 22 – 0 W 09/17/1972 33 – 0 W 10/07/1972 23 – 26 L 10/06/1973 21 – 13 W 10/12/1974 16 – 36 L 09/20/1975 4 – 1 W 09/18/1976 15 – 10 W 09/25/1976 28 – 18 W

10/08/1977 10/14/1978 10/28/1978 10/06/1979 10/27/1979 10/04/1980 10/25/1980 10/03/1981 10/17/1981 09/18/1982 10/09/1982 09/10/1983 09/17/1983 10/29/1983 09/29/1984 10/27/1984 10/12/1985 11/02/1985

40 – 1 W 26 – 3 W 17 – 13 W (po) 23 – 7 W 25 – 5 W (po) 16 – 3 W 31 – 4 W 38 – 19 W 52 – 10 W 32 – 34 L 27 – 21 W 36 – 4 W 38 – 11 W 32 – 18 W (po) 9 – 10 L 27 – 24 W 28 – 27 W 21 – 19 W

CARLETON RAVENS (cont.) 09/27/1986 18 – 29 L 10/25/1986 32 – 37 L 09/26/1987 29 – 6 W 10/10/1987 14 – 16 L 10/15/1988 35 – 14 W 10/22/1988 32 – 0 W 09/23/1989 51 – 7 W 10/14/1989 38 – 11 W 10/06/1990 36 – 6 W 10/27/1990 29 – 13 W 09/21/1991 34 – 19 W 10/12/1991 58 – 10 W 09/26/1992 43 – 3 W 10/10/1992 44 – 10 W 09/25/1993 20 – 25 L 10/09/1993 26 – 8 W 09/24/1994 19 – 21 L 10/08/1994 44 – 7 W 09/16/1995 10 – 22 L 09/23/1995 21 – 2 W 09/28/1996 12 – 8 W 10/11/1997 25 – 18 W 10/18/1997 22 – 12 W 10/02/1998 40 – 8 W CALGARY DINOS (1-1-0) 11/19/1983 21 – 31 L (vc) 11/28/2009 33 – 31 W (vc) CONCORDIA STINGERS (15-15-0) 09/13/1975 14 – 17 L 10/16/1976 23 – 9 W 09/23/1978 52 – 0 W 09/29/1979 16 – 10 W 09/20/1980 34 – 30 W 09/19/1981 17 – 27 L 11/07/1981 39 – 11 W (po) 10/23/1982 4 – 18 L 11/06/1982 15 – 25 L (po) 09/24/1983 26 – 23 W 10/20/1984 27 – 25 W 09/21/1985 26 – 23 W 11/09/1985 14 – 15 L (po) 10/18/1986 69 – 16 W 09/12/1987 20 – 27 L 10/08/1988 15 – 29 L 10/07/1989 25 – 5 W 09/16/1990 11 – 20 L 11/03/1990 37 – 15 W (po) 09/28/1991 49 – 22 W 11/01/1991 25 – 23 W (po) 09/12/1992 13 – 8 W 10/02/1993 16 – 19 L 10/01/1994 7 – 34 L 09/09/1995 – L (d) 08/31/1996 18 – 13 L 09/21/1997 10 – 23 L 09/05/1998 32 – 11 W 09/25/1999 17 – 30 L 10/28/2000 27 – 30 L EDMONTON ELKS (1-0-0) 12/02/1922 13 – 1 W (po) GUELPH GRYPHONS (10-3-0) 09/29/1973 33 – 14 W 10/26/1974 10 – 20 L 11/14/1992 23 – 16 W (po) 10/16/1999 21 – 12 W 09/15/2001 43 – 13 W 09/14/2002 25 – 9 W 09/27/2003 40 – 19 W 09/11/2004 26 – 27 L 09/09/2006 31 – 10 W 09/09/2007 26 – 14 W 09/06/2008 41 – 30 W 09/07/2009 52 – 49 W 09/18/2010 15 – 21 L HAMILTON TIGERS (5-6-0) 11/01/1890 4 – 7 L


QUEEN’S FOOTBALL 2012

RESULTS BY OPPONENT HAMILTON TIGERS (cont.) 11/22/1890 6 – 8 L 11/04/1893 27 – 13 W 11/03/1894 19 – 10 W 11/10/1894 14 – 2 W 11/26/1923 13 – 5 W (po) 11/22/1924 11 – 1 W (po) 11/19/1927 6 – 21 L (po) 11/23/1929 3 – 14 L (po) 11/22/1930 3 – 8 L (po) 11/23/1935 4 – 44 L (po) KINGSTON FOOTBALL CLUB (1-0-0) 10/10/1896 – W (d) LAURENTIAN VOYAGEURS (1-0-0) 09/11/1971 65 – 6 W LAVAL ROUGE ET OR (3-3-0) 10/19/1996 18 – 7 W 10/04/1997 32 – 7 W 10/25/1998 10 – 13 L 09/12/1999 0 – 23 L 09/30/2000 14 – 33 L 11/21/2009 33 – 30 W (mb) MANITOBA BISONS (1-1-0) 11/17/1968 29 – 6 W (po) 11/15/1970 20 – 24 L (po) (ot) MCGILL REDMEN (93-71-5) 10/08/1898 2 – 3 L 10/29/1898 0 – 4 L 10/14/1899 4 – 7 L 11/04/1899 8 – 4 W 10/20/1900 6 – 7 L 11/03/1900 1 – 11 L 10/19/1901 0 – 5 L 11/16/1901 11 – 0 W 10/19/1902 6 – 6 T 11/14/1902 1 – 10 L 10/24/1903 1 – 11 L 11/14/1903 13 – 21 L 10/13/1904 6 – 12 L 10/22/1904 13 – 6 W 11/19/1904 6 – 0 W (po) 11/11/1905 11 – 11 T 11/18/1905 16 – 23 L 10/27/1906 20 – 23 L 11/03/1906 12 – 21 L 10/19/1907 20 – 4 W 11/02/1907 0 – 16 L 10/24/1908 12 – 5 W 10/31/1908 22 – 4 W 10/23/1909 18 – 3 W 10/30/1909 19 – 12 W 10/13/1910 2 – 6 L 10/29/1910 14 – 10 W 10/21/1911 5 – 36 L 11/11/1911 19 – 20 L 10/12/1912 5 – 15 L 11/02/1912 3 – 14 L 10/11/1913 2 – 49 L 11/01/1913 12 – 7 W 11/14/1914 7 – 31 L 10/18/1919 2 – 32 L 11/08/1919 2 – 25 L 10/09/1920 6 – 31 L 10/30/1920 0 – 16 L 10/22/1921 1 – 25 L 11/12/1921 6 – 3 W 10/14/1922 12 – 1 W 11/04/1922 20 – 10 W 10/06/1923 24 – 3 W 10/17/1923 19 – 3 W 10/25/1924 13 – 8 W 11/01/1924 16 – 4 W 10/17/1925 14 – 0 W 10/24/1925 8 – 2 W 10/23/1926 14 – 0 W 11/06/1926 12 – 13 L 10/15/1927 10 – 11 L

11/13/1927 11/03/1928 10/05/1929 10/26/1929 10/18/1930 11/15/1930 10/24/1931 10/31/1931 10/22/1932 10/29/1932 10/14/1933 11/04/1933 10/13/1934 11/03/1934 10/05/1935 11/11/1935 10/10/1936 11/14/1936 10/23/1937 10/30/1937 10/22/1938 10/29/1938 10/14/1939 11/04/1939 11/03/1945 10/05/1946 11/02/1946 10/11/1947 11/15/1947 10/09/1948 11/13/1948 10/22/1949 10/29/1949 10/21/1950 10/28/1950 10/13/1951 11/03/1951 10/11/1952 11/15/1952 10/10/1953 10/09/1954 11/07/1954 10/01/1955 11/05/1955 10/20/1956 10/27/1956 10/19/1957 10/26/1957 09/27/1958 10/11/1958 11/02/1958 10/09/1959 10/31/1959 10/01/1960 11/05/1960 11/12/1960 10/07/1961 11/11/1961 11/18/1961 10/20/1962 10/27/1962 11/17/1962 10/19/1963 10/26/1963 10/10/1964 10/31/1964 10/09/1965 10/30/1965 10/01/1966 11/05/1966 10/15/1967 11/04/1967 10/12/1968 10/26/1968 09/27/1969 10/25/1969 10/10/1970 10/24/1970 09/21/1974 10/02/1976 10/01/1977 10/15/1977 09/30/1978 11/04/1978

11 – 5 W 2–8L 11 – 1 W 25 – 0 W 6–0W 12 – 0 W 9–9T 5–4W 12 – 12 T 12 – 1 W 3–2W 1 – 17 L 5–4W 8–4W 7–9L 18 – 1 W 10 – 0 W 5–1W 6–4W 7–0W 5 – 16 L 1–9L 2–4L 12 – 6 W 8–4W 12 – 18 L 14 – 5 W 13 – 13 T 6 – 11 L 12 – 20 L 10 – 7 W 1 – 17 L 15 – 0 W 6 – 35 L 15 – 43 L 7 – 14 L 2 – 19 L 20 – 7 W 5–9L 13 – 12 W 46 – 11 W 30 – 0 W 30 – 10 W 12 – 7 W 1–6L 20 – 15 W 6 – 33 L 0 – 15 L 8 – 14 L 21 – 0 W 13 – 16 L 16 – 12 W 6–1W 27 – 26 W 9 – 15 L 0 – 21 L (po) 8–7W 7 – 15 L 11 – 0 W (po) 24 – 38 L 10 – 14 L 13 – 15 L (po) 26 – 19 W 17 – 7 W 13 – 12 W 20 – 0 W 8–0W 16 – 6 W 28 – 16 W 30 – 0 W 41 – 23 W 15 – 10 W 21 – 28 L 15 – 14 W 6 – 28 L 3 – 21 L 44 – 11 W 23 – 12 W 19 – 8 W 9–8W 4–5L 21 – 9 W 27 – 17 W 23 – 1 W (po)

10/20/1979 11/03/1979 09/27/1980 11/01/1980 09/26/1981 11/14/1981 09/25/1982 10/22/1983 11/05/1983 09/22/1984 11/03/1984 10/19/1985 09/20/1986 10/17/1987 10/31/1987 09/24/1988 10/21/1989 10/28/1989 09/29/1990 09/14/1991 10/03/1992 10/31/1992 10/23/1993 09/10/1994 10/14/1995 10/28/1995 09/21/1996 11/02/1996 08/30/1997 09/13/1997 11/01/1997 09/26/1998 10/30/1999 09/16/2000

17 – 6 W 22 – 5 W (po) 12 – 22 L 23 – 21 W (po) 7 – 18 L 26 – 19 W (po) 30 – 1 W 33 – 34 L 36 – 5 W (po) 59 – 30 W 65 – 29 W (po) 41 – 7 W 8 – 11 L 10 – 21 L 24 – 27 L (po) 31 – 28 W 29 – 0 W 33 – 17 W (po) 19 – 14 W 44 – 30 W 27 – 17 W 24 – 21 W (po) 24 – 37 L 16 – 33 L 20 – 7 W 20 – 12 W 20 – 29 L 9 – 19 L (po) 18 – 20 L 21 – 7 W 10 – 7 W (po) 36 – 0 W 28 – 30 L 15 – 30 L

MCMASTER MAURADERS (14-11-0) 11/08/1952 21 – 9 W 10/31/1953 34 – 20 W 11/07/1953 28 – 25 W 11/14/1964 63 – 6 W (po) 11/02/1968 54 – 7 W 11/08/1969 39 – 10 W 10/31/1970 31 – 17 W 10/27/1973 34 – 14 W 10/18/1975 16 – 3 W 09/03/2001 22 – 41 L 09/02/2002 25 – 27 L 11/09/2002 19 – 33 L (po) 09/20/2003 27 – 30 L OT 10/16/2004 13 – 32 L 10/01/2005 24 – 43 L 10/01/2006 5 – 37 L 10/28/2006 25 – 19 W (po) 09/15/2007 24 – 20 W 09/01/2008 35 – 11 W 09/12/2009 8 – 7 W 11/07/2009 32 – 6 W (po) 08/31/2010 18 – 23 L 10/30/2010 19 – 40 L (po) 09/05/2011 2 -2 6 L 11/05/2011 13-40 L MONTREAL FOOTBALL CLUB (1-0-0) 11/23/1893 29 – 11 W (po) MOUNT ALLISON MOUNTIES (0-1-0) 11/17/1984 17 – 28 L (po) OSGOODE HALL FC (1-3-1) 10/29/1892 0 – 29 L 10/19/1895 15 – 15 T 10/26/1895 21 – 5 W 10/16/1897 1 – 5 L 10/23/1897 2 – 17 L OTTAWA FC (1-5-0) 10/20/1883 0 – 17 L 10/18/1884 7 – 18 L 10/17/1885 7 – 22 L 10/23/1886 0 – 17 L 10/18/1890 W (D)

11/28/1925 2 – 11 L (po) OTTAWA GEE-GEES (43-48-3) 11/02/1889 9 – 11 L 11/09/1889 9 – 11 L 10/07/1893 13 – 23 L 10/14/1893 34 – 3 W 11/17/1894 6 – 8 L (po) 10/21/1905 22 – 13 W 11/04/1905 15 – 19 L 10/13/1906 15 – 19 L 11/10/1906 31 – 0 W 10/12/1907 9 – 13 L 10/26/1907 15 – 15 T 10/10/1908 14 – 7 W 11/07/1908 16 – 11 W 10/16/1909 6 – 11 L 11/13/1909 31 – 9 W 10/08/1910 12 – 1 W 10/22/1910 25 – 2 W 10/14/1911 14 – 15 L 10/27/1911 10 – 12 L 10/05/1912 20 – 19 W 10/19/1912 – W (D) 09/18/1971 17 – 26 L 09/23/1972 16 – 13 W 10/13/1972 18 – 17 W 09/15/1973 14 – 27 L 10/13/1973 16 – 37 L 09/14/1974 7 – 27 L 10/11/1975 14 – 35 L 11/01/1975 26 – 57 L 10/09/1976 7 – 26 L 10/23/1976 19 – 0 W 09/24/1977 24 – 15 W 10/29/1977 27-14 W 10/06/1978 28 – 16 W 09/22/1979 20 – 21 L 09/13/1980 11 – 21 L 10/11/1980 9 – 10 L 11/08/1980 12 – 13 L (po) 10/10/1981 29 – 28 W 10/31/1981 10 – 24 L 09/11/1982 20 – 22 L 10/02/1982 32 – 35 L 10/30/1982 31 – 30 W (po) 10/07/1983 18 – 18 T 10/15/1983 16 – 16 T 10/05/1984 39 – 13 W 10/13/1984 52 – 1 W 09/28/1985 34 – 13 W 10/25/1985 17 – 20 L 10/04/1986 23 – 17 W 10/10/1986 32 – 15 W 09/19/1987 36 – 29 W 10/03/1987 22 – 13 W 09/10/1988 23 – 10 W 10/01/1988 9 – 4 W 10/29/1988 16 – 13 W (po) 09/09/1989 13 – 9 W 09/29/1989 28 – 24 W 11/04/1989 39 – 18 W (po) 09/22/1990 30 – 2 W 10/19/1990 1 – 6 L 10/04/1991 15 – 19 L 10/19/1991 52 – 13 W 10/17/1992 35 – 0 W 10/23/1992 49 – 15 W 09/11/1993 17 – 11 W 10/16/1993 12 – 34 L 09/17/1994 20 – 45 L 10/22/1994 16 – 29 L 10/07/1995 7 – 29 L 10/21/1995 21 – 3 W 11/11/1995 3 – 8 L (po) 09/07/1996 10 – 25 L 09/14/1996 31 – 28 W 10/25/1997 19 – 9 W 11/08/1997 – W (D) (po) 10/10/1998 30 – 47 L 10/17/1998 21 – 28 L 09/18/1999 22 – 27 L 10/09/1999 22 – 29 L 09/09/2000 1 – 35 L

10/07/2000 09/08/2001 11/03/2001 09/07/2002 09/18/2004 09/24/2005 10/07/2006 11/04/2006 10/06/2007 10/11/2008 11/01/2008 09/19/2009 09/25/2010 09/10/2011

0 – 45 L 15 – 26 L 12 – 47 L 29 – 28 W 19 – 24 L 18 – 33 L 13 – 34 L 10 – 23 L (po) 12 – 13 L 38 – 16 W 13 – 23 L (po) 20 – 8 W 25 – 27 L (ot) 6 - 19 L

UQTR PATRIOTES (3-0-0) 10/22/1977 45 – 1 W 09/16/1978 46 – 7 W 09/09/1979 42 – 7 W REGINA ROUGHRIDERS (1-0-0) 12/01/1923 54 – 0 W (po) ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE (10-2-1) 10/13/1883 12 – 8 W 10/11/1884 4 – 0 W 10/16/1886 12 – 12 T 10/18/1886 4 – 2 W 10/17/1891 26 – 1 W 10/25/1891 25 – 17 W 10/08/1892 9 – 6 W 10/15/1892 3 – 5 L 10/13/1894 – W (D) 10/05/1895 28 – 17 W 10/12/1895 22 – 1 W 10/18/1913 6 – 15 L 11/14/1913 14 – 3 W SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (0-1-0) 11/11/1989 10 – 40 L (po) ST. FRANCIS XAVIER X-MEN (1-0-0) 11/11/1978 32 – 10 W (po) SAINT MARY’S HUSKIES (1-0-0) 11/21/1992 21 – 0 W (po) TORONTO ARGONAUTS (1-0-0) 11/25/1922 12 – 11 W (po) TORONTO BALMY BEACH (2-0-0) 11/29/1924 11 – 3 W (po) 11/21/1925 21 – 9 W (po) TORONTO FOOTBALL CLUB (2-0-0) 11/11/1893 28 – 3 W 11/18/1893 27 – 1 W TORONTO VARSITY BLUES (81-88-4) 10/15/1887 8 – 10 L 10/25/1890 29 – 5 W 10/31/1891 17 – 25 L 10/21/1893 27 – 7 W 10/28/1893 6 – 16 L 11/02/1895 2 – 19 L 11/09/1895 12 – 7 W 10/24/1896 16 – 18 L 10/31/1896 1 – 13 L 10/30/1897 10 – 5 W 10/22/1898 6 – 16 L 11/12/1898 5 – 4 W 10/28/1899 0 – 10 L 11/18/1899 8 – 3 W 10/27/1900 11 – 11 T 11/10/1900 15 – 3 W 10/26/1901 8 – 23 L 11/02/1901 11 – 15 L 11/01/1902 5 – 0 W 11/08/1902 1 – 12 L 10/31/1903 7 – 19 L

11/07/1903 10/29/1904 11/12/1904 10/14/1905 10/28/1905 10/18/1906 11/17/1906 11/09/1907 11/16/1907 10/17/1908 11/14/1908 10/09/1909 11/06/1909 11/05/1910 11/12/1910 10/07/1911 11/04/1911 10/26/1912 11/09/1912 10/25/1913 11/08/1913 10/17/1914 10/24/1914 10/31/1914 10/11/1919 10/25/1919 10/26/1920 11/13/1920 10/08/1921 11/05/1921 10/28/1922 11/11/1922 11/18/1922 10/20/1923 11/03/1923 10/18/1924 11/08/1924 10/10/1925 10/31/1925 10/16/1926 11/13/1926 11/27/1926 10/22/1927 10/29/1927 10/06/1928 10/20/1928 10/27/1928 10/12/1929 11/09/1929 11/16/1929 10/25/1930 11/08/1930 10/10/1931 11/14/1931 10/09/1932 11/12/1932 10/21/1933 10/28/1933 11/18/1933 10/20/1934 10/27/1934 11/17/1934 10/13/1935 11/02/1935 11/16/1935 10/17/1936 11/07/1936 11/21/1936 10/09/1937 11/13/1937 11/27/1937 10/08/1938 11/12/1938 10/21/1939 10/28/1939 10/20/1945 10/27/1945 10/19/1946 10/26/1946 10/18/1947 11/08/1947 10/16/1948 11/06/1948 10/08/1949

7–7T 21 – 10 W 31 – 3 W 5 – 19 L 6 – 20 L 0 – 12 L 11 – 9 W 5 – 20 L 4–3W 18 – 2 W 8 – 20 L 1–7L 9 – 21 L 9 – 25 L 4–9L 6 – 18 L 4 – 23 L 11 – 17 L 3–9L 3 – 18 L 9 – 29 L 14 – 21 L 8 – 16 L 17 – 25 L 3 – 41 L 2 – 28 L 6 – 17 L 1 – 34 L 9–5W 12 – 13 L 15 – 13 W 1 – 24 L 12 – 6 W (po) 9–3W 18 – 5 W 8–2W 14 – 13 W 8–5W 17 – 0 W 5 – 11 L 3–1W 0 – 8 L (po) 3–0W 12 – 6 W 7 – 10 L 4–2W 16 – 4 W 11 – 4 W 6–7L 15 – 5 W (po) 1–6L 12 – 5 W 3–2W 0 – 17 L 8 – 24 L 2 – 21 L 8–2W 13 – 6 W 3 – 10 L (po) 4–3W 6–7L 8 – 7 W (po) 2–2T 15 – 19 L 6 – 4 W (po) 2 – 14 L 6–1W 3 – 11 L (po) 3–5L 3–0W 7 – 6 W (po) 6 – 13 L 10 – 13 L 8–6W 11 – 6 W 19 – 15 W 6 – 25 L 0 – 21 L 7 – 39 L 6 – 23 L 5 – 15 L 8–6W 0–4L 21 – 22 L

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COACHING RECORDS TORONTO VARSITY BLUES (cont.) 11/13/1949 9 – 0 W 10/07/1950 1 – 7 L 11/11/1950 5 – 7 L 10/20/1951 2 – 26 L 10/27/1951 7 – 15 L 10/18/1952 1 – 13 L 10/25/1952 1 – 9 L 10/03/1953 7 – 16 L 11/14/1953 1 – 9 L 10/16/1954 20 – 0 W 11/13/1954 9 – 11 L 10/08/1955 6 – 11 L 10/29/1955 11 – 10 W 11/12/1955 18 – 0 W (po) 10/06/1956 7 – 7 T 11/10/1956 19 – 12 W 11/17/1956 4 – 2 W (po) 10/05/1957 8 – 16 L 11/09/1957 2 – 18 L 10/18/1958 0 – 44 L 10/26/1958 3 – 32 L 10/16/1959 0 – 7 L 10/24/1959 6 – 7 L 10/08/1960 26 – 13 W 10/29/1960 21 – 6 W 10/14/1961 29 – 0 W 11/04/1961 58 – 6 W 10/06/1962 32 – 13 W 11/10/1962 29 – 0 W 10/05/1963 21 – 14 W 11/09/1963 19 – 15 W 10/17/1964 45 – 24 W 10/24/1964 34 – 22 W 10/16/1965 0 – 1 L 10/23/1965 31 – 0 W 10/08/1966 19 – 28 L 10/29/1966 23 – 15 W 11/12/1966 50 – 7 W (po) 10/21/1967 14 – 19 L 10/28/1967 13 – 16 L 10/05/1968 35 – 0 W 11/09/1968 14 – 6 W 10/18/1969 24 – 17 W 11/01/1969 16 – 14 W 10/03/1970 18 – 27 L 10/17/1970 29 – 15 W 10/16/1971 28 – 25 W 10/23/1971 29 – 31 L 09/30/1972 18 – 46 L 10/21/1972 13 – 27 L 09/22/1973 27 – 9 W 10/20/1973 6 – 48 L 09/28/1974 9 – 32 L 10/19/1974 20 – 38 L 09/27/1975 0 – 26 L 10/04/1975 10 – 32 L 11/12/1983 22 – 7 W (po) 10/23/1999 55 – 3 W 09/29/2001 38 – 23 W 09/28/2002 61 – 10 W 09/06/2003 72 – 0 W 10/09/2004 70 – 0 W 10/15/2005 45 – 0 W 09/04/2006 53 – 7 W 10/20/2007 54 – 24 W 09/20/2008 58 – 14 W 10/09/2010 66 – 1 W 09/30/2011 13 - 6 W UBC THUNDERBIRDS (1-0-0) 11/18/1978 16 – 3 W (vc) WATERLOO WARRIORS (12-2-0) 10/19/1968 33 – 17 W 10/04/1969 28 – 0 W 11/07/1970 20 – 6 W 09/25/1971 36 – 0 W 10/12/2002 38 – 2 W 10/26/2002 51 – 14 W (po) 10/04/2003 51 – 3 W 09/25/2004 14 – 17 L 10/08/2005 26 – 18 W

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13 – 14 L 45 – 0 W 38 – 22 W 43 – 21 W 53 - 0 W

WESTERN MUSTANGS (44-40-2) 10/19/1929 25 – 2 W 11/02/1929 14 – 0 W 10/11/1930 5 – 1 W 11/01/1930 3 – 0 W 10/17/1931 8 – 3 W 11/07/1931 2 – 3 L 10/15/1932 7 – 8 L 11/05/1932 4 – 4 T 10/07/1933 3 – 5 L 11/11/1933 9 – 3 W 10/06/1934 2 – 1 W 11/10/1934 4 – 5 L 10/19/1935 4 – 1 W 10/26/1935 18 – 10 W 10/24/1936 3 – 10 L 10/31/1936 3 – 1 W 10/16/1937 4 – 5 L 11/06/1937 12 – 8 W 10/15/1938 7 – 10 L 11/03/1938 1 – 10 L 10/07/1939 17 – 32 L 11/11/1939 7 – 13 L 11/10/1945 2 – 17 L 10/12/1946 0 – 8 L 11/09/1946 8 – 47 L 10/25/1947 3 – 52 L 11/01/1947 0 – 32 L 10/23/1948 12 – 19 L 10/30/1948 9 – 23 L 10/15/1949 11 – 16 L 11/05/1949 18 – 18 T 10/14/1950 13 – 7 W 11/04/1950 13 – 10 W 10/06/1951 12 – 24 L 10/10/1951 13 – 20 L 10/04/1952 1 – 33 L 11/01/1952 5 – 25 L 10/24/1953 7 – 19 L 10/23/1954 1 – 27 L 10/30/1954 18 – 11 W 11/20/1954 18 – 20 L (po) 10/15/1955 12 – 4 W 10/22/1955 25 – 17 W 10/13/1956 35 – 0 W 11/03/1956 20 – 13 W 10/12/1957 6 – 34 L 11/02/1957 8 – 21 L 10/04/1958 16 – 48 L 11/09/1958 14 – 12 W 10/03/1959 8 – 20 L 11/07/1959 13 – 55 L 10/15/1960 10 – 21 L 10/22/1960 36 – 0 W 10/21/1961 38 – 13 W 10/28/1961 27 – 7 W 10/13/1962 26 – 9 W 11/03/1962 16 – 13 W 10/12/1963 20 – 18 W 11/02/1963 51 – 9 W 10/03/1964 11 – 9 W 11/07/1964 29 – 12 W 10/05/1965 20 – 33 L 11/06/1965 12 – 26 L 10/15/1966 24 – 9 W 10/22/1966 33 – 0 W 10/07/1967 42 – 14 W 11/11/1967 10 – 5 W 09/28/1968 22 – 17 W 10/11/1969 17 – 6 W 09/26/1970 18 – 4 W 10/30/1971 3 – 42 L (po) 11/10/1979 14 – 32 L (po) 10/14/2000 41 – 40 W 10/13/2001 26 – 21 W 11/02/2002 55 – 20 W (po) 09/13/2003 47 – 35 W 10/23/2004 23 – 49 L

10/22/2005 10/21/2006 09/03/2007 10/27/2007 09/27/2008 10/17/2009 11/14/2009 10/02/2010 10/22/2011

28 – 50 L 28 – 9 W 26 – 20 W OT 19 – 27 L (po) 43 – 16 W 27 – 26 W 43 – 39 W (yc) 10 – 46 L 37 - 0 W

WINDSOR LANCERS (6-4-0) 10/20/2001 9 – 36 L 10/19/2002 46 – 0 W 10/18/2003 51 – 17 W 09/06/2004 28 – 30 L 09/17/2005 24 – 27 L 09/16/2006 18 – 22 L 09/22/2007 38 – 3 W 10/03/2009 42 – 13 W 09/12/2010 40 – 7 W 10/08/2011 27 - 14 W

Coaching Records Coach

Seasons

G

W

L

T

W%

Seasons

W

L

Pat Sheahan

12

96

59

37

0

0.615

9

10

8

Bob Howes (1995-1999)

5

40

21

19

0

0.525

3

3

2

Doug Hargreaves (1976-1994)

19

131

83

45

3

0.634

P

16

27

14

29

186

104

80

2

0.559

L

11

7

5

2

10

2

7

1

0.200

0

0

0

1

6

1

5

0

0.167

0

0

0

5

3

3

0

0

0

2

1

2

(2000 - current)

Frank Tindall (1939, 1948-1975)

Bob Elliot (1945, 1947)

Doug Munsson (1946)

Ted Reeve (1933-1938)

Milton Burt WILFRID LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS (7-7-0) 11/22/1968 42 – 14 W (po) 11/16/1991 22 – 42 L (po) 10/21/2000 7 – 67 L 10/06/2001 30 – 8 W 10/27/2001 29 – 27 W 10/05/2002 12 – 9 W 10/11/2003 26 – 23 W 11/01/2003 33 – 36 L (po) (ot) 09/05/2005 0 – 45 L 09/29/2007 4 – 23 L 09/13/2008 41 – 7 W 10/24/2009 13 – 25 L 10/16/2010 23 – 44 L 09/17/2011 58 - 35 W YORK LIONS (14-0-0) 10/09/1971 62 – 7 W 11/03/1973 30 – 22 W 10/05/1974 30 – 7 W 09/22/2001 24 – 22 W 09/21/2002 35 – 17 W 09/01/2003 47 – 7 W 10/25/2003 27 – 6 W (po) 10/02/2004 17 – 16 W 09/10/2005 40 – 7 W 10/14/2006 16 – 14 W (ot) 10/04/2008 80 – 0 W 09/26/2009 67 – 0 W 10/23/2010 52 – 14 W 09/24/2011 63 - 3 W

(1932)

Harry Batstone (1929-1931)

Orrin Carson (1927-1928)

Bill Hughes (1922-1926)

Pat Sheahan

A Y O

6

36

19

16

1

0.528

1

6

1

3

2

0.167

3

18

13

4

1

0.722

2

8

5

3

0

0.625

1

0

1

5

20

17

3

0

0.850

5

8

2

Bob Howes

Pat Sheahan proudly raises the Yates Cup (2009)

F F S

Doug Hargreaves

Frank Tindall


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