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2013–2014 BY THE NUMBERS National Results (CIS/CURA/CUSSL/CUFLA) • 1 National First Place Finish (W Synchro Swimming) • 3 National Third Place Finishes (W Rugby, W Cross Country, W Rowing)

• 6 CIS First Team All-Canadians (W Rugby [2], Football [2], W • • • • • • • • •

TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcoming messages

Message from the Principal & Chancellor; Vice-Provost & Dean of Student Affairs ............................................................ 2 Message from the Athletics Director; Varsity Leadership Council....................................................... 3

Varsity Clubs

Baseball........................................................................................... 4 Cheerleading (M/W)................................................................... 5 Curling (M/W)............................................................................... 6 Cycling (M/W)............................................................................... 7 Fastpitch (W)................................................................................. 8 Fencing (M/W).............................................................................. 9 Field Hockey (W)........................................................................10 Figure Skating ............................................................................11 Golf (M/W) ..................................................................................12 Lacrosse (M/W)...........................................................................13 Nordic Skiing...............................................................................15 Sailing............................................................................................16 Squash (M/W).............................................................................17 Swimming (M/W) .....................................................................19 Synchronized Swimming (W)...............................................20 Track & Field (M/W)...................................................................21 Triathlon........................................................................................22 Ultimate (M/W)...........................................................................23 Water Polo (M/W)......................................................................25 Wrestling (M/W).........................................................................27

Support Services

Varsity Leadership Council.....................................................28

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Cross Country [2]) 3 CIS Second Team All-Canadians (Football [3]) 1 CIS All-Rookie Team (M Hockey) 7 CUSSL All-Canadians (W Synchro Swimming) 5 CIS Major Award Winners (M Hockey [2], W Field Hockey, W Cross Country, W Basketball) 2 National Award Winners (Sailing, W Rowing) 1 CIS Tournament All-Star (W Rugby [1]) 2 CIS Athletes of the Week (W Rugby, W Cross Country) 2 CIS Football Players of the Week 2 National 1st Place Individual Finishes (W Cross Country, W Track & Field) 2 National 2nd Place Individual Finishes (W Rowing) 4 National 3rd Place Individual Finishes (W Cross Country, W Rowing [2], M Rowing)

Provincial Results • 4 Team Titles (M Rugby, W Rugby, Cycling, W Fencing) • 5 2nd Place Team Finishes (W Rowing, W Hockey, Football, M Fencing, W Basketball)

• 3 3rd Place Team Finishes (W Squash, W Soccer, M Rowing) • 9 1st Place Individual Finishes (W Track & Field, W Rowing, M • • •

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Rowing, Figure Skating, W Fencing [2], Cycling [2], W Cross Country) 11 2nd Place Individual Finishes (W Cross Country, W Fencing, M Fencing [2], Figure Skating, W Rowing [4], M Rowing [2]) 14 3rd Place Individual Finishes (W Track & Field [2], W Squash, W Rowing, M Rowing [3], Figure Skating [2], W Fencing, M Fencing [3], Wrestling) 45 OUA First Team All-Stars (W Basketball [2], W Cross Country [2], M Cross Country, Figure Skating [4], Football [7], M Hockey, W Hockey, W Lacrosse [2], M Rowing, W Rowing [9], M Rugby [6], W Rugby [5], M Soccer, W Soccer, M Squash, W Squash) 17 OUA Second Team All-Stars (M Volleyball, W Volleyball [2], W Soccer [3], M Soccer [4], M Hockey, Football [4], M Cross Country, W Basketball) 6 OUA All-Rookie Team (W Basketball, Football [2], M Hockey, W Hockey, W Volleyball) 16 OUA Major Award Winners (W Volleyball, W Rugby, M Rugby, M Rowing, W Lacrosse, M Hockey [4], Football, Field Hockey [2], W Fencing, W Cross Country, W Basketball [2]) 3 OUA Athletes of the Week

UNIVERSITY COUNCIL ON athletics & recreation (UCAR)

Voting Members 2013–14: Tonya Rossa, Laurie Ross, Elise Hoffman, Kathy Jackson, Mackenzie Simpson, Gareth Savage, Richard Elliot, George Jackson, Leslie Dal Cin Ex Officio Members: Ann Tierney, Jean Côté, Eril Berkok


Graduating ‘Q’ Award...............................................................29 Major Awards...................................................................... 30–33 Academic All-Stars and All-Canadians....................... 33–34


Resource Members: Jeff Downie, Janean Sergeant, Jayne Cuthbert, Meg Einarson, Karen Pearce, Anne Lindsay, Lana Unsworth, Marcia Irving



As another athletic season draws to a close, I am very pleased to recognize and applaud the outstanding achievements of our many student-athletes, coaches, teams and programs this year. Congratulations on another great season of Gaels sport! In addition to tremendous individual and team performances over the past year, we were also able to celebrate two successful homecoming weekends which featured many of our studentathletes competing in front of alumni and fans alike. It was a true testament to the tricolour spirit! Later this spring, many of our student-athletes will graduate and depart University life to take on new and exciting challenges. As you transition into our newest alumni I wish you the best of luck. I also encourage you to remain engaged and to reach out in support of your respective programs and future Gaels as these athletes pursue the athletic legacy that you have helped inspire and forge.


Principal & Vice-Chancellor

Thank you for being an important part of the Queen’s community, I look forward to following and celebrating your success as alumni and I look forward to another great season of Queen’s sports in the coming year. Cha Gheill!

The Colour Awards mark the official end to the athletic year and provide a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge and pay tribute to the efforts of our student-athletes and teams. Student-athletes at Queen’s continue to exhibit both academic and athletic excellence. Queen’s routinely places among the top five schools in Canada for the number of Academic All-Stars. This achievement combined with the on –field performance of our student athletes, truly makes our university the home of Scholars and Champions. Queen’s student athletes are also wonderful ambassadors for the University. Once again the VLC (Varsity Leadership Council) established a positive role in both the Queen’s and Kingston communities with their volunteerism and leadership. I would also like to thank the many coaches, support staff and volunteers who are integral to the exceptional experiences of our student-athletes and to the success of our programs. As the athletic season draws to a close, I wish all student athletes the best of luck with exams and your future athletic and academic endeavors.


Vice-Provost & Dean of Student Affairs

Go Gaels Go!



Welcoming Messages

Congratulations to our student-athletes, coaches and team support staff on a successful 2013-14 athletic season. We are proud to come together as a Gaels community to recognize an exceptional season for Queen’s with many team and individual highlights. Congratulations to our provincial champions in women’s and men’s rugby, women’s fencing, cycling (4-peat) and to synchronized swimming on their national achievement. Congratulations also to our many medal-winning teams and athletes and to those that were recognized with provincial and national honours. My sincerest thank you to our dedicated coaches, team captains, support staff, alumni and team supporters who combine to create an environment supportive to our athletes who pursue excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. I would also like to acknowledge and thank our VLC and entire varsity community for the efforts this year to eliminate hazing and create a culture where our first year athletes are inspired to perform inspired to perform in an environment that is safe, rewarding, motivating and successful


Director, Athletics and Recreation

For those of you receiving awards this evening, congratulations to you and your teammates on these accolades - they are especially notable give the immense competition present in our programs. Thank you all for your time and effort that you put in to making Queen’s a university known not only for its academics but for its athletic champions. Go Gaels Go!

The Varsity Leadership Council (VLC) exists as a forum for varsity athletes to discuss the athletic experience at Queen’s, provide recommendations to Queen’s Athletics & Recreation and facilitate interaction between all varsity student-athletes. The council aims to promote a positive image of Queen’s student-athletes and build relations within Queen’s University and Kingston communities through volunteer opportunities and community programs. Finally, the VLC aims to foster a student-athlete culture through team building events and support at home competitions. This year was an especially great year for volunteer work by our athletes. Congratulations to all of our athletes on your contributions to the Queen’s and Kingston communities this year. Cha Gheill!!


Varsity Leadership Council (VLC) Co-Presidents





Back Row (L–R): Alex Mann, Vaughn Rawes, Matt Kowal, Laaren Bensette, Nick Tollefson, Jacob Zilli, Adam Bernicky, Lukas Burch, Aaron Botham Front Row (L–R): David Venturri, Phil Hache, Demetri Zoumbalakis, Tyler Whealy, Bryan Kong, Andrew Hastings, Jody Pint


The Queen’s baseball team had it’s best OUA season to date in 2013, posting a 9-15 record and a seventh place finish in the nine team league. A four win improvement from last season, the team has improved it’s overall winning percentage nearly .300 points since 2011.

RESULTS • 9-15 in OUA Team Awards • MVP: Matt Reagan & Jacob Zilli • Rookie of the Year: Vaughan Rawes

Queen’s finished the season on a high note, winning five of their final seven contests. The team won the regular season series against three different opponents (McMaster, Toronto, Ryerson), defeated five of the league’s eight other teams at least once (McMaster, Toronto, Ryerson, Waterloo, Brock) and posted their first ever series sweep (Ryerson). Other notable team accomplishments included a .500 record at home park Megaffin Field (6-6), four shutouts, six error-free games and a 6-5 record in games decided by three runs or fewer. The team returns 20 players next season, and will look to make it’s first OUA playoff appearance.


Graham Skelhorne-Gross Q, Jody Pint Q, Andrew Hastings Q, Fraser Nash Q





Back Row (L–R): Kevin Pat Fong (Coach), Lucas Currah, Ryan Kromer, Sean Sheridan, David Liu, Nicholas Jurgensen, Jorge Anthony Silva Desmond, Joel Dueck, Jesse Noel, Liam Hodge, Kyle Penfound, Cal Schjerning Middle Row (L–R): Lee Brymer, Max Kabargine, Monika Palinkas, Sarah Butt, Amelia Briggs-Morris, Sarah Dissegna, Kristina Frazer, Kirsten Rodgers, Kelsey Won, Stephanie Bacon, Lee Detlor, Aaron Gifford, Kezia Burke (Coach) Front Row (L–R): Kathy Babayan, Maddy Tsinokas, Emily Ho, Courtney Walters, Kenzi Patterson, Liz Di Sebastiano, Alyssa Shaver, Emma Harvie, Joanna Chou, Kathryn Jung, Emma Lounsbury Absent: Mary Thompson, Taylor Morris


After years of hopping around for a proper cheerleading gym, the team finally found their spiritual ‘home’ at the Kingston Elite Cheerleading Gym and never looked back as the team prepared to mount a serious assault towards claiming first spot at Nationals. Though the road to Nationals proved testy at times, the team kept its composure and hunger till the very end. At Nationals, spurred by an amazing crowd made up of friends, families and alumni, they put out one of their performances of a lifetime to set up a nail-biting finale. Though their efforts came close, the performance, class and heart won plenty of plaudits and many more new fans from the cheer community, making them a firm crowd favourite.

RESULTS • 2nd at Power Cheerleading Association Nationals (Collegiate Large Coed Level 6)

• 1st at Canadian Cheer Evolution Big East Blast (Grand Champion in Coed Level 6)

Team Awards • MVP: Lee Detlor • Rookie: Emily Ho

Other highlights included our the performance at the K-Rock Centre to clinch the Grand Champs title in front of a home crowd, the chance to welcome alumni from around the world during Homecoming and finally, the inclusion of four members on Team Canada for the upcoming ICU Worlds Cheerleading Championships.


Lucas Currah Q, Kristina Frazer Q, Aaron Gifford Q





Back Row (L–R): Mark McDonald (Coach), Brent McInnis, Ben Savage, Kyle Thompson, Robert Currie, Nick Thompson Front Row (L–R): Kathyrn Fudge, Victoria Roberts, Lindsay Ross, Alexandra Ross (Skip), Emily Dyson and Patti Staples (Coach) Absent: Wes Forget


The women’s curling team played in a University invitational bonspiel hosted by Brock University in St. Catharines in January to prepare for OUAs. After some close games the team finished winless but ready to improve at the OUA Championship. At the OUA’s in Guelph, the team finished in fifth spot out of an eight team pool. They had three easy wins over UOIT, McMaster, and Algoma along with an additional three very close games against Toronto, Guelph and Waterloo. The Gaels were also tied or ahead in each of these games at the half-way point. Queen’s finished with a final record of 3 wins, 4 losses.

RESULTS • 10th at OUA Men’s Championship • 11th a OUA Women’s Championship Team Awards • MVP: Alexandra Ross and Ben Savage • Rookie of the Year: Katy Fudge and Kyle Thompson

• MIP: Nick Thompson

For the men the OUA’s team of six players was named in December with final preparation in two “out-of-club” competitions (bonspiels) and in a weekly competitive Kingston Major League which ran December –March. The OUA team conducted themselves extremely well at the Championship event held in Guelph. However the results of only 2 wins together with 4 losses and not making the playoff round did in fact reflect the disappointing performance at key moments in matches against some formidable opponents.






Back Row (L–R): Drew Steeves, Jeff Waters, Liam Steers, Mike Weersink, Michael Fader, John Xu, Paul Wannas, Ray Kennedy Middle Row (L–R): Stefan Goldstein, Stuart Layland, Luke MacDonald, Blake Bogden, Brad Parsons, Haley Smith, Sarah-Louise Ruder, Mike Schick, Robin Vornweg, Percy Chan Front Row (L–R): Patrick Farrell, Thomas Guiot, Jason Leblanc, Amanda Schevers, Cameron McPhaden, Etienne Moreau, Emma Biancolin, Tori Giangrande, Jessica Metuzals, Andrea Burley Absent: Damon Richardson, Quinn Robertson, Kassia Blattner, Robert Chidwick, Colin Cattral, Cameron Lawrence, Charles Giangrande, Kory Sutton, David Clinkard, Nichola Bendle, David Yu, Emily Ranft


This year the Gaels were able to secure their fourth consecutive University Cup race series and emerged victorious as Provincial Champions for the fourth year in a row. Etienne Moreau strongly placing first overall in the Men’s A division with 235 points, 53 points ahead of the nearest competitor. With additions to the Men’s A field of Cameron McPhaden, Brad Parsons and Jeff Waters all moving up from Men’s B last year, the riders placed fifth, and tied for eighth overall respectively. All members of the Men’s A team played a huge roll in securing the majority of the top ten positions. In the Women’s A division, Victoria Giangrande secured first place overall with a total of 210 points with a lead of 46 points. Haley Smith won both the races that she entered and displayed her expert skill level with significant margins over competitors again this year. Jess Metuzals placed eighth overall after moving up from Women’s B last year. Lastly the Men’s B field saw strong performance from Quinn Robertson who face tough competition from one of Guelph’s riders and placed second overall with 206 points out of 75 riders this season. Charles Giangrande placed fourth with a total of 119 points. On the Women’s B side, Andrea Burley placed first with a total of 225 points and a lead of 40 points over second place. Nichola Bendle placed third overall and placed first in her first ever mountain bike race this year.

RESULTS • 1st in University Cup Series (U-Cup) Team Awards • MVPs: Victoria Giangrande • Rookie of the Year: Quinn Robertson Special Honours • Etienne Moreau: (1st place - Men’s A Overall) Queen’s Athlete of the week (Mar. 17)

• Victoria Giangrande: (1st place - Women’s A Overall)

• Quinn Robertson: (2nd place - Men’s B Overall) • Andrea Burley: (1st place - Women’s B Overall) • Nichola Bendle: (3rd place - Women’s B Overall)


Kassia Blattner Q, Brad Parsons Q, Jessica Metuzals Q, Cosmin Selagea-Popov Q, Tom Guiot Q





Back Row (L–R): Hannah Johnston, Meghan Summers, Jennafer Collins, Laura Broadbent, Morgan Gustas Front Row (L–R): Julia Duszczyszyn, Jade Yerex, Carlie Foss, Jaimie Laing, Amelia Keech Absent: Jillian Taylor (Coach), Myron Keech (Coach)


The fastpitch team had a very strong season. Although their 9-11 record sets them below .500, 7 of the 11 regular season losses were decided by one run. Queen’s was a dominant force in every game, and a team not to be taken lightly. Newcomers to the team, Jaimie Laing and Jade Yerex contributed offensively and defensively to help the team qualify for the playoff weekend. This is the second straight year the team has qualified for the playoffs. With only one extra player on the bench, everyone battled the elements and rose to the occasion. Players were asked to play new positions and filled their roles with skill and positive attitudes.

RESULTS • 8th in Ontario Intercollegiate Women’s Fastpitch Association (OIWFA): 9-11 record

Team Awards • Rookie of the Year: Jade Yerex • Most Dedicated: Amelia Keech

During playoffs, the team hung tough through wet and cold conditions to advance out of the pool play and into the playoff rounds, improving their league result. A convincing 5 to 1 win over Guelph advanced Queen’s to play against the silver medalist Ottawa Gee Gees in the first round of the playoffs. Queen’s played an excellent game, but fell to the Gee Gees, ending the 2013 fastpitch season. With over half the players returning for the 2014 season, the fastpitch team is looking to improve upon their OIWFA 5th place finish.


Amelia Keech, Laura Broadbent Q, Julia Duszczyszyn Q, Meghan Summers Q





Back Row (L–R): Scott D. Nichols (Asst. Coach), Samuel Yoon, David McBey, Nick Dyke, Xianyang Qiao, Adam Meyer, Adam Miculis, Yannick Wong, Peter Huan, Gabriel Chamberlain, Aman Partap, Sean Marrs, Sloan Sainas, Jacob Nunno, Nithum Thain (Asst. Coach) Middle Row (L–R): Richard Ishac (Asst Coach), Roch Villeneuve (Asst. Coach), Felix Wong, Sarah Siu, Brandon Villeneuve, Sharleen Fisher, Alana Sargeant, Kyra Dorfman, Gabrielle Gillett, Tiffany Chan, Henry Xie, Helen Percival, Jonathan Yeung, Tina Zhang, Peggy Porter (Asst. Coach), Hugh Munby (Head Coach)


In 2013-2014, Queen’s Fencing comprised 41 men and 40 women fencers, of which fully 61 held Canadian Fencing Federation competitive licences. The continuing and steady growth of the Queen’s club was matched this season by triumph for Women’s Fencing. With gold and silver medals in individual events, and gold and bronze medals in team relay events, the Gaels Women’s Fencing squad accumulated enough points to capture the OUA banner at the championships held at RMC February 8 and 9. Particularly strong was women’s sabre: gold medals in both individual and team relay events. Earlier in the season, the women’s squad medalled at every competition and contributed significantly to Queen’s second place in the RMC cup. Men’s Fencing experienced similar successes, though they missed their fourth consecutive OUA banner, taking second place to Carleton in the OUA Men’s Championship hosted by McMaster University, February 1-2, by capturing two medals in the three individual events, and three medals in the three team relay events. This proved a fitting close to a season in which the men took medals at every competition. The strong record Queen’s Fencing would not have been possible without the continued support of Fencing’s alumni and friends.


Sarah Kim Q, Anna Rogers Q, Sarah Siu Q, Alana Sergeant, Jeffrey Hocevar Q, Will Tran, Jake Hyatt, Peter Huan Q, David McBey Q


Front Row (L–R): Yuki Liang, Glenna Lambert, Badral Erdenebileg (Men’s Foil Captain), Viviane Kirby (Armourer), Will Tran (Men’s Sabre Captain), Julia Meerakker (Women’s Sabre Captain), Anna Rogers (Women’s Team Captain), Jimmy Wintle (Men’s Team Captain), Nancy Chua (Women’s Foil Captain), Sarah Kim (Women’s Epeé Captain), Kristian Kraemer (Men’s Epeé Captain), Jasmine Fan, Sanna Masud, Francesca Pang Absent: Rod Carter (Asst. Coach)

MEN’s RESULTS at OUA Championship • Overall: 2nd place • Individual Sabre: Will Tran - 2nd • Individual Epeé: Richard Ishac - 3rd • Sabre Team Relay: Will Tran, Jimmy Wintle, Peter Huan, Matias Leung - 2nd

• Foil Team Relay: Badral Erdenebileg, Yannick Wong, Sam Yoon, Brandon Villeneuve - 3rd

• Épeé Team Relay: Richard Ishac, Calvin Pritchard, Adam Meyer, David McBey - 3rd

WOMEN’s RESULTS at OUA Championship • Overall: 1st place • Indivudal Sabre: Lily Jiang 1st • Individual Epeé: Janelle Yu 2nd • Sabre Team Relay: Lily Jiang, Julia Meerakker, Ivana Baboolal, Helen Percival - 1st

• Foil Team Relay: Anna Rogers, Nancy Chua, Tiffany Chan, Kyra Dorfman - 3rd

OUA All-STARS • Men: Will Tran, Richard Ishac • Women: Lily Jiang, Anna Rogers, Janelle Yu Team Awards • MVP: Will Tran and Anna Rogers • MIP: Peter Huan and Ivana Baboolal • Rookie of the Year: Adam Meyer and Lily Jiang • Coaches’ Award: Jimmy Wintle and Sarah Kim Special Honours • Lily Jiang: Fred Wach Trophy as Individual Sabre Champion




Back Row (L–R): Jessica Dawley, Erin Steen, Kristin O’Neill, Emily Mills, Brigitta Hicks, Amanda Cronkhite, Kyla Craig, Carolyn Buchanan Middle Row (L–R): ): Karl Erickson (Assistant Coach), Mary-Anne Reid (Head Coach), Amy Hanes, Lindsay Bjornson (captain), Denesha Doman, Erica Pearson, Jenni Larose, Caitlin Gordon, Victoria Donovan, Rachelle Seguin (Assistant Coach), Sean Ford (Assistant Coach) Front Row (L–R): Taylor Herrington, Amber Halcovitch, Fiona Downey (captain), Brianna Quinville, Zenia Memon, Briana Kelly (captain), Lauren Taylor, Maddy Tripp, Margot Gunning Absent: Kara Pogue


The field hockey team finished their season with a 3-54 record during regular season in 5th place in the OUA, after an outstanding push to make playoffs for the first time in six years.

RESULTS • 3-5-4 in OUA • Lost to Waterloo in OUA quarterfinal (5-4) • Beat St. Mary’s in 5th place game (2-1)

The team improved their +/- by +35 from the 2012/2013 season. They lost to CIS competitors, the Waterloo Warriors in a heartbreaking quarter final game in a match that they had the upper hand until the second half, with a final score of 5-4. To finish the season, the team played against St. Mary’s University, defeating the AUS representative 2-1.

Team Awards • MVP: Fiona Downey • Rookie of the Year: Zenia Memon • MIPs: Kyla Craig

Great strides were made this year, and next season is expected to be another strong one.

• Kara Pogue: OUA Gail Wilson Award

Special honours • Mary-Anne Reid: CIS Coach of the Year, OUA Coach of the Year


Kara Pogue Q, Briana Kelly Q, Fiona Downey Q, Erica Pearson Q, Amber Halcovitch





Back Row (L–R): Spencer Yackaback (Coach), Allison Mason (Coach), Micheala Botsford, Kelsey Valentine, Stephanie Elms, Natasha Calizon, Sarah Trick, Melissa Minken, Rachel Coens (Coach) Front Row (L–R): Melissa Kustra, Clare Higgins, Desiree Guimont, Nicole Grenon (co-captain), Elizabeth Liao (co-captain), Anna Krzemien, Lauren Kolarek, Jennifer Pickering, Angela Khanna Absent: Kelsey Keane (Synchro Coach), Jodi Anderson, Jaime Cross, David Alcoloumbre, Joshua Lockwood, Elissa Stoddart, Natasha Urbancic


Queen’s Figure Skating team started the season out finishing 3rd at the fall competition hosted by Carleton University. Eight skaters finished with medals and highlights came from Elizabeth Liao and Kelsey Valentine, (finishing first in the Creative Dance), Nicole Grenon and Anna Krzemien who finished first in the Senior Similar Pairs event. The Winter Competition hosted by Western had Queen’s skating to a 2nd place finish. Leading the way was rookie Kelsey Valentine, who finished first in three of her four events. Team co-captain and third year, Life Science major Elizabeth Liao also had a successful two-day event as she too placed first in the Bronze Rhythm dance with Valentine and Michaela Botsford and Jennifer Pickering. Liao also placed first in Creative Dance with Valentine and third in Gold Solo Free skate. Botsford who too had a strong showing placed second in her Senior Silver Solo dance event while Valentine finished strong placing first in Gold Solo Dance. David Alcoloumbre gave the Gaels their only 3rd place finish in the Men’s open solo free skate event. OUA’s were hosted by Ryerson and although Queen’s had overall improved skates, the judging didn’t show. Overall the team placed 4th. Only one first place finish was awarded to Queen’s and that was for the Bronze Rhythm skated by Elizabeth Liao, Kelsey Valentine, Michaela Botsford and Jennifer Pickering.

Team RESULTS • 4th at OUA Championship Individual RESULTS • Bronze Rhythm Dance: Elizabeth Liao, Kelsey

Valentine, Michaela Botsford, Jennifer Pickering - 1st

• Sr. Silver Dance Pairs: Michaela Botsford and Jennifer Pickering - 2nd

• Gold Solo Dance: Kelsey Valentine - 3rd • Pairs Fours: Nicole Grenon, Anna Krzemien, Melissa Kustra, Natasha Calizon - 3rd

• Synchronized Skating: 3rd

OUA All-STARS • Elizabeth Liao, Kelsey Valentine, Michaela Botsford, Jennifer Pickering

Team Awards • MVP: Elizabeth Liao and Nicole Grenon • MIP: Elissa Stoddart • Rookie of the Year: Kelsey Valentine


Nicole Grenon Q, Lauren Kolarik Q, Clare Higgins Q





Back Row (L–R): Liam Wolfe, Jack Ferris, Will Courchene, Jordan Gregoris, Russell Bowie, Brandon Lackey, Eric Weir, Adam Searle Front Row (L–R): Cam Lindsay, Alex Rawn, Jenn Kates, Mischi Buszowski, Echo Chan Absent: Bert Kea (Coach), Sandy McBride (Coach), Sarah Ingram, Emily Welsh


Both the men’s and women’s golf teams competed in six Invitational Tournaments including one hosted by Queen’s at the Amherstview Golf Club this season.

RESULTS • Women: finished 7th at OUA Championship • Men: finished 7th at OUA Championship

The women’s team were 3rd at Carleton and 4th at the home event while finishing 8th at Western. At the two day event hosted by Waterloo and Laurier at the Cambridge Golf Club the team ended in 8th. The last two invitationals were hosted by Guelph and Toronto where the team improved to 5th and 4th.

Team Awards • MVP: Russell Bowie and Jenn Kates • Rookie of the Year: Cameron Lindsay and Emily Welsh

The men’s took 2nd at Carleton and Captain Russell Bowie scored a 5 under 65 for the individual Gold, the lowest score all season. At the Queen’s Invitational the team placed first overall. From there they were 8th at Western, 8th at Waterloo/Laurier, 4th at Guelph and 7th in Toronto. At the Waterloo/Laurier 2 day event rookie Cameron Lindsay shot 71 and 70 to tie for second overall picking up a silver medal. At the OUA’s representing the women’s team were Captain Jenn Kates, Alex Rawn, Mischie Ruscowski and Emily Welsh. The team finished in 7th. The men’s team was represented by Captain Russell Bowie, Cameron Lindsay, Jordan Gregoris, Echo Chan and Will Courchene and was played at the Grey Silo Golf Club in Waterloo and also hosted by Laurier. The team ended up tied for 7th as well.






Back Row (L–R): Don Tough (Coach), Jackson Rakoczy, Ryan Donahoe, Domenic Lisi, Phillip Smith, Dylan Payne, Ben Lewis, Aiden Milburn, Chris Porter, Jordan Nanos, Burke White, Alex Vincent, Marcus Acaster, Nick Weiss, Jesse Noll, Andrew Leonard, Josh Smith, Andrew Stefanelli, Christian Lachman, Ryan Leonhard, Alex Wright, Alex Burk, Kelvin Doore, Nate Kerstens (Captain), Devon Tough (Coach) Front Row (L–R): Alex Guiney, Adam Seaborn(Captain), James Bertrand, John Dale, Mark Santos(Captain), Brendan Zoehner, Andrew Meyers, Georgian Dimopoulos, Mitchell Grimmer, Ryan Wagner, Cam Douglas, Dylan Hutchison, Mitch Grant(Captain), David Guichon Absent: Chris Haliburton, Conner Pugliese


2013 Men’s Lacrosse had their most successful season in the programs history, battling to a 7-2-1 record, they finished tied for second place in the East Division. Early on against Bishops, a top team in the league, Queen’s battled to an 8-7 win. The momentum carried throughout the season and right into playoffs. In the first round the team faced Trent. With the first birth to the National Championships in programs history on the line, the team stormed out to a 7-1 lead and won easily 11-8 in a rainy affair. Montreal and McGill played host for the Championship Weekend. Now nationally ranked Queens(6th) & Western(2nd) squared off for the most memorable game of the Championships. The Gaels led 2-1 after the 1st quarter, but Western roared back and took an 11-4 lead with 13 minutes left to play. The Gaels exploded for five goals down the stretch, then added a spectacular three in a 20-second span during the final minute of play to complete the comeback. With the win, they met McGill in the semifinal. The team struggled to match the same energy from the Western game and were eliminated.

RESULTS • 7-2-1 in CUFLA East (Tied for 2nd) • Defeated Trent in East playoff match (11-8) • Defeated Western in National Championship quarter-final (12-11)

• Lost to McGill in National Championship semifinal (15-6)

Team Awards • MVP: Brendan Zoehner • Rookie of the Year: Nick Weiss Special Honours • TEAM: Earned first national ranking in program

history (6th and 4th), Three All-Canadian honourable mentions

A great season to build upon and also the programs first Top 4 National Ranking.


Adam Seaborn Q, Marc Santos Q, Mitch Grant Q





Back Row (L–R): Mary Michelle Bolland (Player-coach), Katie Bell, Lindsey Walker, Mckenzie Cairns, Jacquie Chataway, Sarah McLean, Carly Rodgers, Emily Harrison, Nicole Fitzgerald, Jennifer Farrow (Player-coach) Front Row (L–R): Shannon O’Connor, Adrienne Butler, Mackenzie Clemens, Abby Bolland (Captain), Lesley Hamilton (Captain), Kerry Maguire, Sarah Utting Absent: Teresa Mayo (Player-coach), Pat Bolland (Head Coach)


The team lost three of their first five games, but improved steadily to peak at the end of the season. The highlights of the season were the last two games: a nail-biting 1211 last-minute loss to Toronto to decide the Eastern first place ranking and a 12-7 win over a surging Brock team. Overall, the regular season record was 6-4-1, an improvement over the previous year. player/coach Teresa Mayo improved by scoring 26 times, player/coach Jen Farrow had 14 goals and freshman attack Mackenzie Clemons was in hot pursuit with 13. The team notched 105 goals while giving up 93. Queen’s once again ranked 2nd in the OUA Eastern division behind Toronto. The Gaels hosted the 2013 OUA Championship this year, for the second time in a row. Queen’s played Laurier in the East-West crossover quarter-final game. Strong winds resulted in a squeaker of a loss and elimination from the medal rounds. The Gaels beat McMaster and lost to Toronto to close out the tournament. Mayo was an OUA All-Star and Championship Offensive MVP, while player/coach Mary Michelle Bolland was an OUA All-star as well for her defensive play.

RESULTS • OUA Regular Season: 2nd Eastern Division, 5th overall

• OUA Championship: 6th place OUA All-STARS • Teresa Mayo, Mary Michelle Bolland Team Awards • MVP: Sarah McLean • Rookie of the Year: Mackenzie Clemens Special Honours • Teresa Mayo: OUA Offensive MVP


Sarah McLean Q, Jenn Farrow Q, Mary Michelle Bolland





Back Row (L–R): Nicky Pacas, Emma Norris, Massimo Collotta, Patrick McCrady, James Taylor(Assistant Coach), Mark Doble, Emily Seale Front Row (L–R): Craig Christensen, Amelia Espey, Morgan Williams, Brad Parsons (Coach), Jessica Metuzals(Coach), Sarah Lamb, Mike Weersink, Alexander Hodgins Absent: Katie Prufer, Laura Hoogestraten


The Nordic Ski team had a strong 2013-2014 season with approximately 20 athletes training six times per week starting in early October. Twelve of these athletes were selected for the race team after the winter training camp in January. The race team competed in seven different races over the course of four weekends on the road. With many rookies on the team results improved greatly as the season progressed. The team peaked well at the OUA championships, hosted by Nippising in North Bay. Katie Prufer had an exceptional 15th place finish in the women’s 10km skate race and finished 18th overall for the weekend. Brad Parsons also finished the season strong with a 14th place finish in the men’s 15km skate race. The women’s relay team had their best result in years finishing in 7th place and as the 4th university to cross the line. The team of Jessica Metuzals, and Prufer finished with an impressive combined time of 13:35.5, a minute behind the dominant Lakehead women’s teams.


OUA Team Results: • Men’s A Relay - 10th • Women’s A Relay - 7th OUA Individual Results: • Katie Prufer - 15th in 10km Skate • Brad Parsons - 14th in 15km Skate

Team Awards • MVP: Katie Prufer • Rookie of the Year: Amelia Espey

Head coach Brad Parsons and Jessica Metuzals will be graduating this year. Next year’s coaching staff will include race veterans James Taylor, and Mike Weersink.


Brad Parsons Q, Craig Christenson Q, Katie Prufer Q, Jessica Metuzals Q, Patrick McCrady





Back Row (L–R): Mac Morrin (Captain), Denby McDonnell, Maura Condon, Victoria Restivo, Sam Thompson, Simone Larose, Nicholas Wright, Anders Brown, Matthew Sherar, Julia Manarin, Dayna Hellmann, David Kagan, Linor Berezin, Nicole Czegledy, Claire Boileau, Sean Magee-Saxton, Connor MacKenzie Front Row (L–R): Isabella Mira, Zac Baum, Nick Schwenger, Oliver Blake, Andrew Faurschou, Jonah Burke-Kleinman, Alex Smyth, Aaron Babier, Cameron Wyndham, Andrew LeRiche, Clifton Kartner Absent: Rob Frost (coach), Eric Goldfarb, Hilary Grantmyre, Joy MacDonald, Kate Thomas, Madeline Lott, Matthew Reeves, Oliver Neal, Florence Hogg, Courtney Coston, Henry Machum, Daniel Sheedy, Devon Gilbert, Brendan Aulthouse, Peter Soosalu, Lance Fraser


The fall 2014 season was very successful for Queen’s Sailing. With the help of new Head Coach Rob Frost the team secured two national titles in Canada and maintained rankings in the United States. Sailors attended multiple regattas across the eastern seaboard in preparation for our main events of the season. Queen’s took 1st at the McGill Invitational this year. Other regular season highlights include 3rd place at MAISA Match Racing Champs and 5th at the Cornell Fall Open. During September the Gaels enjoyed 2 weeks of great guest coaching from Ken Dool, Canadian Sailing Team Head Coach.

RESULTS • Ranked 1st out of 10 teams in Canadian Intercollegiate Sailing Association (CICSA)

• Ranked 23rd in Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association (MAISA)

Team Awards • MVP: Greg Clunies • Rookie of the Year: Matthew Sherar Special Honours • Rob Frost: Sail Canada Coach of the Year

Queen’s Sailing successfully defended the Canadian Intercollegiate Team Racing championship title while away at McGill. In addition, won the CICSA Fleet Racing National Championships hosted at the Kingston Yacht Club.


Mac Morrin Q, Joy MacDonald Q, Kate Thomas Q, Eric Goldfarb Q, Oliver Blake, Courtney Coston, Florence Hogg, Gregory Clunies, Peter Soosalu Q, Anders Brown





Back Row (L–R): Lucas Ravkov, Matt Haffey, SunMo (Sam) Yeon, Wesley Cramston, Alex Ford, Eugene Zaremba (Head Coach) Front Row (L–R): Rishi Midha, Kyle Boynton, Alex Cormier (Captain), Theo Petropolis, Mo Hamour Absent: Patrick Livingston


The men’s squash team was strengthened considerably this year with the addition of two very good rookies, Lucas Ravkov (#4) and Matt Haffey (#6). Together with the returning players from the 2012-13 season (Mo Hamour (#1), Alex Ford (#2), Alex Cormier (#3), Theo Petropolis (#5), Kyle Boynton (#7), Rishi Mihda (#8), Wesley Cranston (#9), Patrick Livingston (#10) and Sam Yeon(#11)), the men’s team had a very successful season in the Jesters University Squash League. Queen’s dominated the east division and came third in the crossover tournament. As a result, Queen’s is seeded third going into the Jesters Squash Championships which takes place in March.

RESULTS • 3rd at the OUA Championships OUA All-STARS • Mo Hamour Team Awards • MVP: Mo Hamour • Rookie of the Year: Lucas Ravkov • MIP: Alex Cormier

Despite missing #2 player, Alex Ford, at the OUA’s, Queen’s achieved a very satisfying bronze medal finish behind Western and McMaster. For his outstanding play at the #1 position, Mo Hamour was named to the OUA All-Star Team for the second year in a row. In the fall, the men also participated in the Black Knight Squash Team Tournament in Toronto against McMaster, Toronto and Waterloo. Queen’s won the inaugural tournament in 2009 and managed to repeat that performance this year with decisive wins against McMaster in the semi-finals and Toronto in the finals.






Front Row (L–R): Emily Peebles (captain), Hanna Grover, Sadie Wilson, Laura Coutts, Megan Richmond, Alex Furtado, Kerri Lee Absent: Heather Lamb (coach), Marcia Filgiano, Alex Sitnick, Felicia Chandrakumar, Leanne Kerford.


The Queen’s Women’s Squash team had a great season this year. After graduating top player and coach last year the team added three strong rookies to the playing roster. The team had excellent results in the Jester’s League events and are heading into the championship (to be held March 8th) in first place. On the OUA front, Queen’s placed 4th at the Championships with especially strong performances by Megan Richmond who won a bronze medal in her division and great performances by rookies Sadie Wilson and Marcia Filgiano.

RESULTS • 4th at the OUA Squash Championship • Megan Richmond individual bronze Team Awards • MVP: Megan Richmond • Rookie of the Year: Marcia Filgiano

The team is looking forward to building the young team and improving on results from this year next season.






Back Row (L–R): Ian Palmeter, Jason Feng, Jeffrey Turnock, William Kiff, Abraham Lozano, Aidan Robson Middle Row (L–R): Ken Anderson (Head Coach), Meghan Thomas, Jackie Chan, Zoe Keirstead (Captain), Taylor Ostrander (Captain), Micky Yang, Briar Tedesco, Rebecca Ferguson Front Row (L–R): Margo Bacher, Courtney Braun, Rebecca Afford, Teddy Donnelly (Captain), Francine de Lotbiniere-Bassett, Caitlin Jardine, Dominique Austin Absent: Alyson Lascelles, Connor Maddock, Jacob Wain-Lowe


In a year with many challenges, the team was not quite strong enough to convert some greater depth to a better finish at the highly competitive OUA championships. Highlights of the championship meet included finals qualifiers Margo Bacher (5,6 & 7th in the 50, 100 and 200 Breast respectively), Jacqueline Chan 16th 400 IM, Jeffrey Turnock (12th 100 Breast).

RESULTS • Women: 10th place at OUA Championship • Men: 9th place at OUA Championship Team Awards • MVP: Margo Bacher • Rookie: Jeffrey Turnock

The top performing relay was the mens 4 x200 Free Relay with an 8th place finish for Jacob Wain-Lowe, William Kiff, Jeffrey Turnock and Teddy Donnelly. At nationals, Bacher placed 20th int eh 50m breast and 24th in the 100m breast.

GRADUATING STUDENT ATHLETES Margo Bacher Q, Taylor Ostrander Q





Back Row (L–R): Francesca Bellantino, Janice Niemann (Duet Coach), Xenia Reinfels (Yellow Team Coach), Hannah Koke, Lise Papineau (Yellow Team Coach), Julia Cioffi, Helena Coulas, Emma Kanga Middle Row (L–R): Ellen Ritchie, Rebecca David, Keely Krall, Aislinn Shoveller, Alison Purdon, Cassidy Timlin, Laura Snowdon, Danielle Allan, Allyshia Van Tol Front Row (L–R): : Colleen Gammie (team captain), Victoria Scott, Sydney Proudfoot, Sophia Greco, Jennifer Snowdon, Erin Milner, Grace Adams, Nicole Amato, Emily Verbiski Absent: Kathleen Lance, Anna Stratton, Melissa McCoy, Renee Matte, Sarah Luckett-Gatopolous, Luba Goyaniuk (Novice Coach), Heather Hogan (Blue Team Coach)


The Gaels had one of their best seasons ever highlighted by the national championship achievement at the CUSSL. Yellow Team: 2nd place at McGill Invitational, 3rd place at Eastern Divisionals, 1st place at Canadian University Synchronized Swimming National Championships, winner of John Drake overall team trophy. Blue Team: 5th place at McGill Invitational, 11th place at Eastern Divisionals, 13th place at Canadian University Synchronized Swimming National Championships. Novice Team: 2nd place at McGill Invitational, 2nd place at Eastern Divisionals, 1st place at Canadian University Synchronized Swimming National Championships.

RESULTS • Queen’s Yellow Team: 1st in Canada • Queen’s Blue Team: 13th in Canada • Queen’s Novice Team: 1st in Canada • Queen’s Duet: 13th place in Canada CUSSL All-CANADIANS • Laura Snowdon, Grace Adams, Colleen Gammie, Nicole Amato, Danielle Allan, Ellen Ritchie, Sydney Proudfoot

Team Awards • MVP: Colleen Gammie • Rookie of the Year: Sophia Greco

Duet: 8th place at McGill Invitational, 13th place at Canadian University Synchronized Swimming National Championships.


Colleen Gammie Q, Laura Snowdon Q, Danielle Allan Q, Janice Niemann Q, Alison Purdon Q





Back Row (L–R): ): Corbin Johnson, Thomas Juha, Eric MacPherson, Eric Schwab, Dan Grant, Patrick Norman, Matt Corollis, Billy Bostad, Kip Arlidge, Leo Burns-Scully, Dave Cashin, Evan Andrin Middle Row (L–R): Nicholas Musicco, Alex Laforest, Steve Wilkins-Reeves, Lade Oguusauya , Thomas Badali, Jeff Archer, Chris Fitzgibbon, Alex Hutton, Alex Wilkie, Michael Bentley, Alex Proudfoot, Jacob Wanuch, Christopher Angelatos, Trevor Moore (coach), Steve Boyd (Coach) Front Row (L–R): Victoria Coates, Karen Li, Paige Dean, Anastasiya Tarnouskaya, Lianne Girard, Colleen Wilson, Ceilidh Stubbs, Jeff Mountjoy, Sasha Zarnke, Lindsay Kary, Georgina Glebe, Haley Robinson, Mary Ollier, Emily Montgomery, Julie-Anne Staelhi


The track Gaels competed in eight meets over the course of the 2013-14 season, culminating the CIS Championships in Edmonton, where Queen’s was represented by four athletes: Victoria Coates, Julie-Anne Staehli, David Cashin and rookie Alex Wilkie, all of whom qualified in the 3000m (also the 1500m for Julie-Anne), by being ranked in the top 12 in the nation. Julie-Anne emerged victorious in the 3000m, with Victoria 5th. On the men’s side, Alex Wilkie exceeded expectations in placing 9th, while Dave Cashin finished 12th. The 2012-13 campaign also saw numerous athletes record top 10 all-time Queen’s marks in a range of events, from the 60m hurdles (rookies Mary Ollier and Steve Wilkins-Reeves) to the 3000m (Jeff Archer, along with Alex Wilkie and Dave Cashin). The team had the highest number of athletes (25) qualify to represent the university at the OUA championship since the 2009-10 season.


Colleen Wilson Q, Ceilidh Stubbs Q, Thomas Juha Q, Corbin Johnson, Cameron Levac Q


RESULTS • Women 6th at OUA Championship • Men 10th at OUA Championship • Women 10th at CIS Championship INdividual results at oua championship • 1st: Julie-Anne Staehli (3000m) • 3rd: Victoria Coates (3000m) • 3rd: Julie-Anne Staehli (1500m) • 8th: Alex Wilkie (3000m) • 10th: Dave Cashin (3000m) Individual results at CIS Championship • 1st: Julie-Anne Staehli (3000m) • 5th: Victora Coates (3000m) • 5th: Julie-Anne Staehli (1500m) • 9th: Alex Wilkie (3000m) • 12th: Dave Cashin (3000m) Team Awards • MVP (Male): Dave Cashin • MVP (Female): Julie-Anne Staehli • Rookie of the Year (Male): Alex Wilkie • Rookie of the Year (Female): Mary Ollier Special Honours • Julie-Anne Staehli: Queen’s Athlete of the Week (Feb 24, Mar 10)

• Alex Wilkie: Queen’s Athlete of the Week (Mar 10)




Back Row (L–R): Alan Payno, Ian Burns, Zander Affleck, Simon Rodier, Billy Bostad, Jan-Louis Henning, Stefan Mooney-Fardella Middle Row (L–R): Heather Lennie, Brittany McEachern, Richard Stanton, Mackenzie Martyn, Adam Joe, Arthur Begeman, Bryan Brodie, Amanda Djurickovic, Julia Jackson Front Row (L–R): Emily Geens, Kayla Zimmermann, Jasmin Aggarwal, Shannen Oxley (coach), Renee Longo (coach), Samantha Cameron, Tara Worthy, Jessica Brown, Courtney Milligan Absent: Meredith Mackenzie, Thomas Miller, Mark Coghlan, Matt Straatman


Queen’s Triathlon has had a great racing season this year. Gaels athletes placed highly, achieving top three finishes at each race for the season. The team also successfully hosted the Wolfe Island Duathlon in October that was attended by many university teams.

RESULTS • Team still competing in University Multi-Sport Series (Currently in 1st)

Team Awards • MVP: Jan-Louis Henning • Rookie of the Year: Julia Jackson

Queen’s will also compete in London, Ontario for the series championship in April.


Spencer MacDonald Q, Simon Rodier, Jan-Louis Henning, Renee Longo Q, Tara Worthy, Amanda Djujirkovic





Back Row (L–R): Jared Westreich, Ryan Evin, Cam Nugent, Ryan Wilson, Alex Ginther, Kyle Thompson, Fraser Titley, Miki Antonijevic, Chase Heinemann Middle Row (L–R): Pete Galbraith, Gareth Tan, Ben Blackford, Andrew Hickman, Jakob Pugi, Chris Galt, Matt Slonetsky, Ben Yeung, Jason Duiella, Matt Wright, Noah Liberman Front Row (L–R): Alex Bennett, Felix Lascelles-Palys, Dylan Cattanach, Jordan McGregor, Steven Jefferys, Andrew Ma, Ken Dick, Ryan Walsh, Graham Mount Absent: Brian Niepage, David Wu, Chris Cartwright, Sam Mason


The Queen’s men’s Ultimate team played hard this season with some up and down games, but with an unwavering attitude to strive and achieve for the best. It was through the heart of the players and effort in practices that brought success as a team. Hosting Easterns for the third year in a row, Queen’s lost an unfortunate “last point wins” game against Guelph, but turned it around to clench a bronze by the end of the day against UofT. It was at Nationals that teams were really put to the test. Almost unprecedented was the evenly matched skill levels of the top tier teams. Along with the relentless weather of strong winds and pouring rain made games a challenge. There were difficult games but Queen’s ended up taking 6th place. There is much hope for the coming years as many strong new players stepped in to the midst of the team.

RESULTS • 3rd place finish at Canadian Eastern University Championships (CEUUC)

• 6th place finish at Canadian University Ultimate Championship (CUUC)

Team Awards • MVP: Chris Galt and Peter Galbraith • Rookie of the Year: Ben Blackford Special Honours • Ben Blackford: Rookie of the Year


Brian Niepage Q, Fraser Titley Q, Matt Wright Q, Miki (Mihajlo) Antonijevic Q





Back Row (L–R): R Siobhan Powell, Sydney Cudmore, Nadiya Safonova, Serena Wong, Katie Toogood, Amanda Cicchino, Paula Wong, Julia Vidic, Stephanie Harper, Rebecca Tumino   Middle Row (L–R): Julie Briffa, Bethany Wong, Kathy Sihavong, Laura Kuikman, Hailey Newton, Audrie Noh, Jacqueline Smith, Nyasha Gluch, Shoko Kaneda, Emily Lu Front Row (L–R): Stefane Del Gobbo, Kristi Konduros, Vanessa Lee, Lauren Koon, Nina Ramic (Captain), Chantal Badger (Captain), Kylie Denardo (Captain), Kimberley Keller, Asia Zolnierczyk, Rebecca Minielly Absent: Emilie Adlide, Isobel Blakeney, Anna Li, Danielle Muir, Madison Nicoloff, Rebecca Roche, Theresa Volkmann


The Gaels were fortunate to participate in three tournaments instead of the usual two this season. The extra opportunities helped bring the Gaels together as a strong, hard-working team. The first tournament was Steeltown Classic in Hamilton, an invitational where the Gaels placed 5th. Next was the Canadian Eastern University Ultimate Championships (CEUUC) at home in Kingston. The Gaels hosted the tournament and placed 7th. The Gaels ended their season at Nationals, the Canadian University Ultimate Championships (CUUC) in Ottawa. The ladies played hard in their last game against Waterloo, with the score tied throughout the entire game. The Gaels lost in universe point to finish 10th overall.

RESULTS • 7th place at Canadian Eastern University Championships (CEUUC)

• 10th place at Canadian University Ultimate Championships (CUUC)

Team Awards • MVP: Paula Wong • Rookie of the Year: Laura Kuikman

This was also the second season that Women’s B team competed at CEUUC. Thanks to the determination and dedication of the B team ladies, next year the team is hoping to bring two teams to Nationals.






Back Row (L–R): Arno van Alst (Coach), Chad Atton, Sean Tippett, Steve Long, Charles McClintock, Chris Brook, Bogdan Diaconu, Brad Ross, Nick Chauvin, Dave Hill (Coach) Front Row (L–R): Aly Mokhtar, Tyler McCallum, James Bickerton, Hugh Ragan, Ziv Deutsch, Mitchell Hart, Jamieson Ryan Absent: Greg Hoegy


Both Men’s and Women’s Water Polo teams continue to keep pace with other OUA schools as the program goes through changes to overall recruitment, training and game play. The team’s alumni have become more engaged, the teams now play tournaments every two weeks and the Queen’s Invitational has become the largest OUA event of the university water polo season.

RESULTS • 5th at OUA Championship Team Awards • MVP: James Bickerton • Rookie of the Year: Mitchell Hart

At the OUA’s the men finished with a 5th place finish out of the seven teams competing.


Steve Long Q, James Bickerton Q, Hugh Ragan Q, Jamieson Ryan Q, Charles McClintock Q, Chad Atton, Nick Chauvin Q





Back Row (L–R): Julia McClintock, Mo Wright-Stein, Meredith Williams, Michaela Keenan-Pelletier, Hana Ready, Emily Ready, Judith Weist, Marissa Robinson, Dave Hill (Coach) Front Row (L–R): Julia Freter, Jenn Heaton, Shannon Craig, Tess Beveridge, Rachel Twiss, Anna Seltner, Sarah Branson, Tanis Worthy Absent: Alex Watt, Janell Klassen


Both Men’s and Women’s Water Polo teams continue to keep pace with other OUA schools as the program goes through changes to overall recruitment, training and game play. The team’s alumni have become more engaged, the teams now play tournaments every two weeks and the Queen’s Invitational has become the largest OUA event of the university water polo season.

RESULTS • 5th at OUA Championship Team Awards • MVP: Emily Ready • Rookie of the Year: Simone Wright-Stein

At the OUA’s the women finished with a 5th place finish out of the six teams competing.


Judith Weist Q, Marissa Robinson Q, Michaela Keenan-Pelletier Q, Emily Ready Q, Meredith Williams Q, Rachel Twiss, Anna Seltner Q, Julia Freter, Janell Klassen Q, Jenn Heaton Q





Back Row (L–R): Matt Chaput, Thomas Marshall, Peter Shannon, Evan Knapp-Fisher, Adam McKenna, Jean-Francois Godin, Gianni Vecchio (Head Coach) Front Row (L–R): Yi Quan, Kerri Malcolm, Tina Marr, Lizz Wigle Absent: Ashley Niemann (Coach), Marcus Niemann (Coach)


This year the Queen’s wresting team made great strides. Each wrestler worked and training hard, to achieve their success this year. It is very fulfilling to see their determination and love of the sport.

RESULTS • Men: 7th at OUA Championship • Women: 7th at OUA Championship

The women’s team showed their determination at each and every tournament, which resulted in some great wrestling matches. Kerri Malcolm won a bronze medal win at the Ontario Junior Championships and fifth place finish at the OUA’s. Liz Wigle finished with a solid 4th place finish at the OUA’s and narrowly missing the opportunity to compete at the CIS championships. 4th year veteran Yi Quan, completed her university wrestling career showing her strong and determined side. She was also a great asset to the team to keep it organized and motivated. She will greatly be missed next year but not forgotten.

individual results @ OUA Championship • Women: 4th Liz Wigle • Men: 3rd Jean-Francoise Godin Team Awards • MVP: Liz WIggle and Jean-Francois Godin • Rookie: Tina Marr and Peter Shannon

The men’s team, rookie Peter Shannon started out strong for Queen’s by winning bronze medals at both York University and the Ontario Junior Provincials, and placing 4th at this year’s OUA Championships. Wrestling Veteran Jean-Francoise Godin joined the Queen’s team this year during his graduate studies. He inspired the team through his hard work and took silver medals at the Brock University, and York University open, a gold medal win at the Queen’s University open, bronze medal at the OUA championships, and finally 5th place as at the CIS championships in New Brunswick where 18 universities were represented.




S u pp o rt S e r v i c e s


Back Row (L–R): Alex Guiney, Abby Boland, Claudia DiFrancesco, Kelsey Bishop, Andrew Sauer, Sean Plumley, Nick Nucci, Alexi Pianosi, Jacob Glantz, Nick Castel, Jimmy Wintle, Cameron McPhaden Middle Row (L–R): Carlie Foss, Yi Quan, Etienne Moreau, Erica Pearson, Melissa Jung, Shawna Griffin, Sabrina Carew, Alan Payno Montoya, Jake Rothman, Shannon Hopkins, Becky Wilson, Anna Rogers, Zoe Keirstead Front Row (L–R): Elizabeth Liao, Brendan Sloan, Andrew Hastings, Joe Zupo, Elise Hoffman, Aaron Gazendam (Co-President), Shannon Walsh (Co-President), Oliver Neal, Clifton Kartner, Amelia Keech, Megan Richmond, Nicole Grenon, Taylor Ostrander


In its second year, the Varsity Leadership Council (VLC) continued working towards connecting Queen’s athletes with the Kingston community. This year the VLC launched its inaugural TriColour Series to develop and promote athlete-community integration. Over 100 athletes attended three Varsity sporting events across three separate weekends, and included themes such as The Jack Project/Mental Health Awareness day. Congratulations to the Women’s Volleyball for having the highest roster percentage of athletes in attendance and winning the Series this year! Other initiatives include: running the second Annual Christmas Basket food drive with local soup kitchen Martha’s Table, and teaming up with OneMatch, the Stem Cell & Marrow network. Athletes donated over 30 baskets to Martha’s Table and over 75 athletes were swabbed with OneMatch. Finally, the VLC held its first-ever transition retreat. Incoming and outgoing members gathered to receive leadership training and collaborate on new and exciting outreach opportunities. It is our hope that community involvement will continue to grow and become a fundamental component of the Queen’s student-athlete experience.


HOW TO get involved

Team Representative: Each team is encouraged to have one representative voice on the council. Returning athletes in any year are eligible for the position. If interested, contact Oliver Neal at Athlete: All athletes are encouraged to participate in any of the VLC’s programs and initiatives that are held throughout the year. Ask your team rep or check out our Facebook page to stay updated on important dates.

Fast facts • Each team has one representative voice on the VLC

• Any athlete can attend VLC meetings and voice their opinion

• Meetings are held monthly • Subcommittees for planning athlete integration and community involvement.



2013-14 ‘Q’ Award Recipients BASEBALL

Graham Skelhorne-Gross, Andrew Hastings, Frasor Nash, Jody Pint


Lucas Currah, Kristina Frazer, Aaron Gifford


Wes Forget, Alexandra Ross, Jody Pint


Kassia Blattner, Brad Parsons, Jessica Metuzals, Cosmin Selagea-Popov, Tom Guiot


Laura Broadbent, Julia Duszczyszyn, Meghan Summers


Sarah Kim, Anna Rogers, Sarah Siu, Jeffrey Hocevar, Peter Huan, David McBey

The Graduating ‘Q’ Award Successful, Strong, Bold, Proud, Inspiring, Perseverant… these are the attributes of Queen’s student-athletes. The Graduating “Q” Award embodies these qualities and signifies the development a student-athlete experiences while at Queen’s. This award is made from slate, a metamorphic rock that has undergone alteration through heat and pressure to form its current state. Slate also symbolizes a record of performance and represents a new beginning. Graduating studentathletes have been tested by the combined rigors of athletics and academics during their career at Queen’s. The personal growth you have experienced as a student-athlete has prepared you for success in future endeavours. The Graduating “Q” is a constant reminder of your experience as a student-athlete. The commitment, perseverance, joy, pain, and ultimately the successes you have achieved are all represented by this award. Presented to graduating athletes who have contributed to Queen’s for a minimum of three seasons, this award is a reminder that recipients are ‘Forever a Gael.’ Athletes receiving this award are denoted throughout this book with a “Q” beside their name.


field hockey

Fiona Downey, Amy Hanes, Briana Kelly, Erica Pearson, Kara Pogue

figure skating

Nicole Grenon, Clare Higgins, Lauren Kolarek


Jenn Kates, Russell Bowie


Sarah McLean, Jenn Farrow, Marc Santos, Mitch Grant, Adam Seaborn


Brad Parsons, Craig Christensen, Jessica Mutuzals, Katie Prufer


Mac Morrin, Joy MacDonald, Kate Thomas, Eric Goldfarb, Peter Soosalu


Alex Cormier


Margo Bacher, Taylor Osborne


Colleen Gammie, Danielle Allan, Laura Snowdon, Janice Niemann, Allison Purdon


Ceilidh Stubbs, Colleen Wilson, Thomas Juha, Cam Levac


Renee Longo, Spencer MacDonald, Anna Seltner


Brian Niepage, Fraser Titley, Matt Wright, Miki (Mihajlo) Antonijevic, Stephanie Harper


Steve Long, James Bickerton, Hugh Ragan, Jamieson Ryan, Charles McClintock, Nick Chauvin, Judith Weist, Marissa Robinson, Michaela Keenan-Pelletier, Emily Ready, Meredith Williams, Anna Seltner, Janell Klassen, Jenn Heaton



MARION ROSS TROPHY — Varsity CLUB Female Athlete of the Year

The Marion Ross Trophy, named in honour of Queen’s first athletic director, was presented by the Women’s P.H.E. Alumnae Association in 1981. Awarded annually to a Varsity Club female student-athlete in her fourth or fifth year who best displays qualities of scholastic achievement, competitiveness leadership, sportsmanship, dedication and exceptional contributions to her team. 2013-14 TBA 2012-13 Alex Cross (Synchro Swimming) 2011-12 Emily Young (Figure Skating) 2010-11 Lisa McLaughlin (Lacrosse) 2009-10 Caylen Heckel (Rowing) 2008-09 Leslie Sexton (X-Country/Track) 2007-08 Joanne Ko (Fencing) 2006-07 Rachel Coens (Figure Skating) 2005-06 Katy Perry (Swimming) 2004-05 Morgan Waddell (Rowing) 2003-04 Kate Walker(Rowing) 2002-03 Krista Wells(Rugby/Wrestling) 2001-02 Megan Stone(Fencing) 2000-01 Audrey Giles(XC and Track & Field) 1999-00 Paula Myslivecek(Tennis); Charlotte Wilson(X-Country/Track) 1998-99 Karen Thomas (Figure Skating) 1997-98 Johanna Thomas (Squash) 1996-97 C. J. Davison (Figure Skating); Jana McLean (Figure Skating)

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

Shannon Niemi (Badminton); Carolyn Russell (Squash) Bali Athwal (Tennis) Lesley Morrison (Track and Field) Leslie Bruce (Track and Field) Cynthia Facchinato (Gymnastics) Jill Lutz (Swimming) Jana Jackson (Nordic Skiing) Elinor Ip (Tennis) Kathy Kingston (Synchronized Swimming) Lisa Vogelzang (Figure Skating) Cheryl Lyte (Nordic Skiing); Jane Henderson (Track) Coosje Weber (Alpine Skiing) Suzanne Villeneuve (Track & Field) Anne Marie Malone (X-Country) Chris Bowlby (X-Country, Field Hockey & N Ski) Sandra Morden (Badminton)

Prior to 2010-11 the female competitive club athlete of the year was additionally awarded and its previous winners are as follows: 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06

Victoria Johnston (Synchronized Swimming) Erin Mills (Fastpitch) LolaJean Gentles (Triathalon) Katie Geale (Ultimate) Catriona Jackson (Triathalon)

Alex Cross 2012-13 Marion Ross Trophy Recipient


2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02

Kim Bonnar (Synchronized Swimming) Camilla Burgess (Triathalon) Katie Auger (Triathalon) Carla Nanka-Bruce (Mountain Biking)

Francois Beaucage-Gauvreau 2012-13 Jack Jarvis Trophy Award Recipient



JACK JARVIS TROPHY — Varsity CLUB male Athlete of the Year

The Jack Jarvis Trophy, presented in 1963 by Queen’s boxers in memory of their long-time coach. Awarded annually to a Varsity Club male student-athlete in his fourth or fifth year who best displays qualities of scholastic achievement, competitiveness, leadership, sportsmanship, dedication and exceptional contributions to his team. It was first presented by the boxers of Queen’s as a tribute to Jack Jarvis, who coached the Queen’s boxing team for 33 years. 1986-87 Dave Pearsall (Gymnastics) 2013-14 TBA 2012-13 Francois Beaucage-Gauvreau (Men’s Fencing) 1985-86 Tony Koyanagi (Nordic Skiing) 1984-85 Geoff Moon (Wrestling) 2011-12 Michael Nishiyama (Track & Field) 1983-84 Brian Murat (Track & Field) 2010-11 Liam Twomey & Pat Twomey (Cycling) Mark Soodeen (Track & Field) 2009-10 Ryan Meyers (Rowing) 1982-83 Jack Raleigh (Swimming) 2008-09 Nick Pratt (Rowing) 1981-82 Dave Beatty (Alpine Skiing); Hugh Tafel (Track) 2007-08 Braden Novakowski (Track & X-Country) 1980-81 Jeff Bellringer (X-Country/Track & Field) 2006-07 Simon Gowdy (Rowing) 1979-80 Claus Rinne (Track & Field/X-Country) 2005-06 Bill Woods (Track & Field) 1978-79 Tim Dennis (Swimming) 2004-05 Dale Beesley (Squash) 1977-78 Kevin Thompson (Track & Field) 2003-04 Mike Melaney (Track & Field) 1976-77 Stuart Watt (Tennis); Tony Verhoeven (Track) 2002-03 Alain Bovet (Rowing) 1975-76 Victor Gooding (Track & Field) 2001-02 Nimrod Major (Track & Field and Fencing) 1974-75 Jamie Neilson (Alpine Skiing) 2000-01 Will Anderson (Fencing) 1973-74 Dave Jarvis (Track & Field) 1999-00 Matthieu Pinard (Fencing) 1972-73 Brian Aikin (Track & Field) 1998-99 Bruce Precious (Fencing) 1971-72 Robert Lingwood (Track & Field) 1997-98 Geoff Campbell (Badminton) 1970-71 Bob Cazes (Wrestling) 1996-97 Mark Chatterly (Squash) 1969-70 Brian Donnelly (Track & Field) 1995-96 Darren Dugan (Track & Field) 1968-69 Len Minty (Swimming) 1994-95 Steve Fruitman (Track & Field) 1967-68 Mike Whittington (NSkiing/X-Country) 1993-94 Larry Hegan (Nordic Skiing) 1966-67 Brian Neck (Gymnastics); 1992-93 Marc Lemieux (Wrestling) Larry Wood (Wrestling) 1991-92 Andrew Kirby (Fencing) 1965-66 Siak Lee (Badminton) 1990-91 Trevor Van Nest (Track & Field/X-Country) 1964-65 John Stevenson (Judo/Rowing) 1989-90 Colin Dignum (Track & Field/X-Country) 1963-64 Denny McDermott (Badminton) 1988-89 Chris Hannaford (Track & Field) 1987-88 Sheridon Bapiste (Track & Field) Prior to 2010-11 the male competitive club athlete of the year was additionally awarded and its previous winners are as follows: 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06

Justin Murphy (Triathalon) Graham Fulton (Baseball) Sean O'Brien (Cheerleading) Steve Chapman (Mountain Biking) Greg Edgar (Mountain Biking)

2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02

Adam Melnyk (Ultimate) Mark Wheeler (Sailing) Daniel Nauth (Baseball) Sean Bagshaw (Lacrosse)

Outstanding Performance of the Year (OPY)

The Outstanding Performance of the Year Trophy is presented annually to pay tribute to a student-athlete who has brought the most honour and recognition to Queen's University resulting from success in provincial, national and international competition in a twelve month period. It was first presented following the 2009-10 season. 2013-14


2012 - 13

Morgan McHaffie (Hockey); Liam Underwood (Rugby)


Joren Zeeman (Volleyball)


Jacqueline Tessier (Soccer); Mel Dodd-Moher (Hockey)


Danny Brannagan (Football)




Alfie Pierce Trophy - Varsity cLUB Rookie of the Year

The Alfie Pierce Trophy, first presented by Arts ‘47 as a tribute to Alfie Pierce who gave a lifetime of dedication to training and helping Queen’s interuniversity teams, is awarded annually to a male and female (in both Varsity Club & Varsity Team) student who contributed the most to varsity athletics in their first year at Queen’s. 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83


TBA Julie-Anne Staehli (Track); Mo Hamour (Squash) Haley Smith (Cycling); Al Quinsey (Fencing) Renee Tse (Figure Skating); Etienne Moreau (Cycling) Erin Roberts (Squash); Payton Liske (Hockey) Brienna Shaw (Soccer); Scott Kyle (Rugby) Elyssa Heller (Volleyball); Joren Zeeman (Volleyball) Elizabeth Kench (Hockey, Ryan Gibb (Hockey) Victoria Kaufman (Hockey); Danny Brannagan (Football) Brittany Segeren (Swimming); Braden Novakowski (X-Country & Track) Eilish McConville (Soccer); Simon Mitchell (Basketball) Ashley Barrett (Soccer); Brad Smith (Football) Elizabeth Chiasson (Hockey); Jamie Earle (Water Polo) Jennifer Howitt (Figure Skating); Jason Natalinin (Basketball) Amy Connell (XC & Track and Field); Corey Trudeau (Football &Track) Claudia Tom (Hockey); Jon Landon (Football) Karin Hoegberg (Rowing); Jake Magolan (Volleyball) Carole Gibbings (Badminton); John Alexiou (Volleyball) Tara Black (Figure Skating); Paul Correale (Football & Track and Field) Sarah Pardy (Track and Field); Peter Stelter (Basketball) Sarah Gibbings (Badminton); Brendan Johnson (Soccer) Sarah Leonard (Track and Field); Mike Spence (Volleyball) Sophie Kenward (Track , X-Country & NSkiing); Derek Morin (Hockey) Victoria Wilson (Basketball); Gareth Pettigrew (Rugby) Jackie Cernik (Tennis); Marc Lemieux (Wrestling) Carolyn Reeder (Track & Field); Justin McDonough (Tennis) Jill Lutz (Swimming and Diving); Mike Burleigh (Basketball) Maggie Bird (Swimming and Diving); Trevor Van Nest (Track and Field) Nancy Olmstead (Nordic Skiing); Mark Nowell (Squash) Jennifer Boyd (Swimming and Diving); Sheridan Baptiste (Track & Field and Football) Jackie Dusenbury (Basketball); Mark Burleigh (Football) Kaia Nielson (Volleyball);

Paul Minaker (Hockey); Steve Boyd (X-Country) 1981-82 Jane Anne Forrest (Indoor Track); Scott Bissessar (Football and Track) 1980-81 Carolyn Ellis (Synch. Swimming); Larry Mohr (Football) 1979-80 Melody Torcolacci (Track and Field); Bob Wright (Football) 1978-79 Chris Bowlby (Nordic Skiing); Jack Raleigh (Swimming) 1977-78 Lori Boyce (Hockey); David Lech (Alpine Skiing) 1976-77 Sandra Blainey (Figure Skating); Jim Muller (Wrestling); Charles Hitchon (Track) 1975-76 Laurie Morrison (Synchronized Swimming); Tim Dennis (Swimming) 1974-75 Virginia Honeyman (Alpine Skiing & Field Hockey); Kevin Thompson (Track & Field) 1973-74 Mary Anne Drinkwater (Basketball & Track); Robert MacCormack (X-Country) 1972-73 Leslie Ferrari (Hockey); Darrell Penner (Football) 1971-72 Penny Smith (Gymnastics); Steve Gross (Hockey) 1970-71 Karen Carson (Basketball & Field Hockey); Colin Loudon (Hockey) 1969-70 Margaret Hutchinson (Volleyball); Gord Taylor (Soccer) 1968-69 Maureen Bouris (Track & Field); Gord Hurd (Swimming) 1967-68 Cindy Riach (Archery, Basketball & Track); Robert Lingwood (Track) 1966-67 Bob Clayton (Hockey); Ron Walsh (Basketball) 1965-66 Tim Baker (Wrestling) 1964-65 Alison Glendenning (Bball, Hockey & Swimming); Dave Ellis (Track) 1963-64 Not Awarded 1962-63 James Young (Football) 1961-62 Judy Jarvis (Badminton); Elwin Derbyshire (Hockey) 1960-61 Joan Quinn 1959-60 Bob Crown (Wrestling) 1958-59 Margaret Benson (Badminton &Tennis) 1957-58 Susan Hough (Badminton & Basketball) 1956-57 Dorothy McLaughlin (Badminton) 1955-56 Not Awarded 1954-55 Jack Abraham (Boxing) 1953-54 Ron Stewart (Football) 1952-53 Norma Higgs (Archery, Basketball, Swimming); Ralph Pohlman (Boxing) 1951-52 Al Poutenen (Skiing) 1950-51 Dick Erwin (Football) 1949-50 Don Griffin (Basketball) 1948-49 Jack Logan (Football) 1947-48 Joan Keough (Basketball)



AWARD OF MERIT — Varsity CLUB of the Year

The Award of Merit is presented annually to the top performing Varsity Club. This award recognizes the club’s competitive success, community involvement and other attributes which have brought the most honour and recognition to Queen’s. 2013-14 TBA 2012-13 Men’s Fencing 2011-12 Men’s Fencing 2010-11 Men’s Fencing Prior to 2010-11 this award was presented to the female athlete who, through an exceptional contribution to her team, best displays the qualities of leadership, sportsmanship, dedication and all round performance in her sport. 2009-10 Renee MacLellan (Soccer) 2008-09 Kate McKenna (Soccer) 2007-08 Kirsten Jewell (Field Hockey) 2006-07 Erin Bailey (Rugby) 2005-06 Kate Chambers (Soccer) 2004-05 Sachi DeSouza (Field Hockey) 2003-04 Katie Baker (Field Hockey) 2002-03 Erin McDiarmid (Basketball) 2000-02 Nuala Grieve (Soccer) 2000-01 Darcie Spearing (Lacrosse) 1999-00 Kristine Spekkens (Volleyball) 1998-99 Wendy Moon (Basketball) 1997-98 Alison Davis (Water Polo)

1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Judith Trepanier (Soccer) Shelly Reid (Water Polo) Jaylene Morrison (Basketball); Sheena Majewski (Water Polo) Vicki Wilson (Basketball) Marilyn Trachsler (Field Hockey) Julie Farquhar (Basketball); Julie Stevens (Hockey) Leslie Aldcorn (Basketball) CathyRedshaw (Soccer/Hockey) Alison Thom (Rowing); Sarah Boswell (Soccer) Marni Hamilton (Rowing) Ann Fisher (Hockey) Carolyn Aylesworth (Hockey) Lynn Southcott (Basketball) Lynn Simpson (Volleyball); Patti Emmerson (Volleyball) Lori Goodfellow (Volleyball) Lynn Martin (Volleyball) Jane Wegenast (Field Hockey) Janean Sergeant (Hockey)

2012-13 Academic All-Canadians* Track & Field Ben Dailleboust, Chris Fitzgibbon, Jeff Mountjoy

Field Hockey Amy Hanes , Briana Kelly, Lindsey Logan, Katie Macdonald, Kara Pogue

Swimming Tanner Cassidy, Edward Donnelly, Philippe Furrer, Ian Palmeter, Rebecca Afford, Samantha Biglieri, Courtney Braun, Anne Hermon, Zoe Keirstead, Taylor Ostrander

Wrestling None *Presented in the Fall of 2013; based on the 2012-13 academic year.




2012-13 OUA Academic All-Stars*

2012-13 Queen’s Academic All-Stars*



Andrew Hastings, Murray Wong, Jacob Zilli, Thompson Kyle

Lucas Currah, Joel Dueck, Tong Liu, Michael Wilton, Lauren Chang, Alyssa MacLean, Katey Paul, Kirsten Rodgers, Kelsey Won

Fencing Cadia Chan , Tiffany Chan, Margaret Cheung, Kyra Dorfman, Sydney Houston-Goudge, Miaoling Liang, Kathryn Papke, Courtney Peeters, Helen Percival, Anna Rogers, Savannah Silva, Janelle Yu, François Beaucage-Gauvreau, Gabriel Elit, Karl Gardner, Darren Henry-Noel, Jeffrey Hocevar, Peter Huan, Zack Li, Calvin Tseng, Robert Vincent, James Wintle, Yannick Wong, Henry Xie

Figure Skating Jodi Anderson, Clare Higgins, Anna Krzemien, Elizabeth Liao, Teal Mackintosh, Sarah Trick, Natasha Urbancic, Joshua Lockwood, Kenneth Lockwood

Golf Sarah Ingram, Jennifer Kates, Jaime Smith, Drew Barvir, Russell Bowie, Echo Chan, Matthew Courchene, Justin Gilman, Andrew Rogers

Lacrosse Murielle Landry, Sarah McLean, Keenan Munno

Nordic Skiing Elizabeth Arif , Elaine Didiano, Amanda Djurickovic, Hannah Jansen, Christina Lynch, Emily Seale, Morgan Williams, Matthew Barker, Craig Christensen, Nathan Doner, Jon Slaughter, Nicholas Chauvin

Squash Caitlin Klein, Alex Cormier, Adrian Dingle, Patrick Livingston, Timothy Livingston, Patrick O’Sullivan, Vicrum Vaidya

Water Polo Sarah Branson, Jessica Buffam, Jennifer Heaton, Mila Janjic, Janell Klassen, Nicole Kucherenko, Anna Seltner, Timothy Burton, William Giancoulas, Ronnie Lau, Steven Long , Jamieson Ryan, Peter Sreckovic, Dmitri Tchebotarev


Cycling Robert Lancefield, Cameron McPhaden, Cosmin Selagea-Popov, Jon Slaughter, Haley Smith

Fastpitch Chloe Boynton, Morgan Gustas, Amelia Keech

Sailing Aaron Babier , Jonah Burke-Kleinman, William Douglas, Matthew Reeves, Spencer Stubbins, Matt Sullivan, Cameron Wyndham, Isabella Mira, Arielle Morgan, Stacey Seymour

Synchro Danielle Allan, Nicole Amato, Alexandra Cross, Colleen Gammie, Janice Niemann, Jillien Regier, Clare Rinne, Ellen Ritchie, Megan Smallwood, Laura Snowdon, Anna Stratton

Triathalon Mark Coghlan, Simon Rodier, Melissa Bryant, Andrea Gauthier, Ingrid Hoffmann, Victoria Kerr, Gillian Labrie, Renee Longo, Haley Massong, Jennifer Montgomery, Jennifer Reynolds, Anna Seltner, Kathleen Skyvington, Sierra Tamminen, Brittany Walker, Katherine Witherspoon

Ultimate Adam Cameron, Kenneth Dick, Peter Galbraith, Andy Kim, Victor Li, Richard Macklem, Jakob Pugi, Kyle Thompson, Ryan Walsh, Chantal Badger, Ashley Boll, Julie Briffa, Rebeka Brykajlo, Aleks Budarick, Kelsey Chan, Kylie Denardo, Carly Hills, Suzanne Ingram, Emma Macintosh, Sarah Maritan, Cassandra Postma, Siobhan Powell, Caitlin Ronald, Pam Hrick, Alex Ginther, Paula Saliba

*Presented in the Fall of 2013; based on the 2012-13 academic year.








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