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President’s Message OCAA Office Board of Directors Senior Leadership Council Affiliations/Convenors AWARDS Male Athlete of the Year Female Athlete of the Year All-Academics Sport Awards Athletes of the Week MEMBERS SPORTS Badminton Men’s Baseball Basketball Cross Country Curling Golf Rugby Soccer Women’s Softball Volleyball National Championships INFORMATION All-Time Medals Financial Awards Athletic Eligibility Campus Recreation Hall of Fame Hotel Listings



OUR LEADERSHIP As the seasons begin to change, we are reminded of what we are missing this autumn as the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association navigates its way through this unprecedented period in our history. For many student-athletes, coaches and administrators, the OCAA is not only a part of what we do, it’s a part of who we are. For over five decades, post-secondary students from campuses across the province have come together to showcase their athletic skills in a variety of sports. The OCAA’s decision to suspend varsity and recreation activities planned for the 2020 fall semester as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic was difficult, but necessary, in order to protect the health and wellbeing of all of our student-athletes, coaches, and staff. However, that does not change the feeling of sadness of not playing that we know and share with our members and especially our student-athletes. The OCAA is working hard and taking the necessary steps towards a safe return of intercollegiate sport as early as January, 2021. The OCAA’s Senior Leadership Council and staff, our Board of Directors, and member institutions, have worked countless hours towards this endeavour. While we remain hopeful, the safety of the entire OCAA membership and our participants continues to be our top priority. While we look forward to the future return of sport, we wanted to take this opportunity to look back on the past season with a new-look OCAA Media Guide & Directory. Included in these pages are dozens of colour photos highlighting the athletic accomplishments and team successes from the 2019-20 season. As you look through these pages, I hope it reminds you of the excitement that collegiate sport brings and rekindles the passion for when we take the field, court, course, and ice again. The OCAA appreciates and is thankful for the continued support from our valued partners, many of which are featured in this guide. I would also like to recognize and thank the Government of Ontario and the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism, and Culture Industries for their funding and support of our over 4,000 student-athletes and 4,000 campus recreation participants. We are proud that our Association supports thousands of student-athletes, coaches and officials made up of different genders, religions and ethnic backgrounds, however, we also share a collective responsibility of eliminating systemic racism and discrimination in our society. We take this challenge seriously and look forward to announcing some initiatives towards this important endeavour in the near future. Respectfully,

Nathan McFadden OCAA President

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OCAA Office

OCAA OFFICE 305 Milner Avenue, Suite 911 Toronto, Ontario, M1B 3V4 Office: (416) 426-7043

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Kyle Pelly Ext. 7042 pelly@ocaa.com MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Josh Bell-Webster Ext. 7041 bell-webster@ocaa.com

OPERATIONS Joanna Stapleton Ext. 7043 stapleton@ocaa.com FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Jasmin Jagpal Ext. 7044 jagpal@ocaa.com

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS MISSION STATEMENT The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association is the governing body for intercollegiate sports offering quality programs in the pursuit of athletic excellence. The Association contributes to the learning process by creating an environment which promotes academic success, provides a forum for personal development, complements the educational experience, and enhances student life.

VALUES The OCAA believes in: • Being student-focused • Academic and athletic excellence • Leadership and personal development • Promoting an active and healthy lifestyle • Integrity, respect and fair play • Equity of opportunity • Teamwork

OPERATING PRINCIPLES • Progressive organization • Co-operative and collaboration stance • Accept responsibility and accountability • Ensure a safe environment • High quality standards of practice and play • Simple, non-bureaucratic decision-making and communication

OCAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bill Best (OCAA Chair) President ........................................................................................................................................................... Cambrian College Janet Morrison (Vice Chair) President ............................................................................................................................................................ Sheridan College Matt Trainor Director of Student Services ................................................................................................................................... Sault College Sanjay Puri VP, Administration & CFO .................................................................................................................................. Humber College Stewart Clark Director of Marketing & Recruitment ....................................................................................................... St. Lawrence College Meg Houghton Associate VP, Student Services ......................................................................................................................... Mohawk College Shawn Chorney VP Enrolment Management, Indigenous & Student Affairs .........................................................................Canadore College Elaine Popp VP, Academic ....................................................................................................................................................... Durham College

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SENIOR LEADERSHIP COUNCIL PRESIDENT Nathan McFadden Fanshawe College

PAST PRESIDENT Ray Chateau Humber College • Constitution • Ways & Means • Membership • Safety & Risk Management

1ST VICE PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

Mélanie Gérin-Lajoie George Brown College

Dave Mantel Redeemer University College

• CCAA • Academic Eligibility

• Awards • Finance • Academic/Athletic Awards

VICE PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

Via Dulay Centennial College

Jeff Harris Georgian College

• Marketing & Sport Development

• Programs • Policies & Procedures

VICE PRESIDENT Matthew Schnarr Mohawk College •Campus Recreation (OCR)

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Affiliations/Convenors AFFILIATED SPORT ASSOCIATIONS Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) www.ccaa.ca .............................................................................................................................................................. (613) 937-1508 Badminton Ontario www.badmintonontario.ca ...................................................................................................................................... (416) 426-7195 Baseball Ontario www.baseballontario.com ....................................................................................................................................... (519) 740-3900 Ontario Basketball www.basketball.on.ca ...................................................................................................................................................... (416) 477-8075 Ontario Curling Association www.ontcurl.com ...................................................................................................................................................... (905) 831-1757 Golf Ontario www.gao.ca .............................................................................................................................................................. (905) 852-1101 Rugby Ontario www.rugbyontario.com ............................................................................................................................................ (647) 560-4790 Ontario Soccer www.ontariosoccer.net ....................................................................................................................................................(905) 264-9390 Softball Ontario www.softballontario.ca ....................................................................................................................................................(416) 426-7150 Ontario Volleyball www.ontariovolleyball.org ........................................................................................................................................(416) 426-7316 Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) www.ofsaa.on.ca .............................................................................................................................................................. (416) 426-7391 Ontario University Athletics (OUA) www.oua.ca ............................................................................................................................................................... (905) 635-5510 2020-21 OCAA SPORT CONVENORS Sport Badminton Men’s Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Cross Country Curling Golf Men’s Indoor Soccer Women’s Indoor Soccer Men’s Rugby Women’s Rugby Sevens Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Softball Men’s Volleyball Women’s Volleyball

Convenor Tim Yu Matthew Ferreira Eric Savage Michele O’Keefe Darcy Brioux Mark Couch Jay Shewfelt Peter Reid Shannon Wright Mike Duggan Jane Bolin Peter Reid Shannon Wright John Sharpe Mike Puillandre Amy Hoskin

Institution Cambrian College Mohawk College Humber College Niagara College Centennial College George Brown College St. Clair College Redeemer University Seneca College Durham College Fleming College Redeemer University Seneca College Seneca College Niagara College Loyalist College

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Male athlete of the year The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association proudly recognizes Sheridan College men’s basketball studentathlete Nick Campbell (Brampton, Ont.) as its 2019-20 OCAA Male Athlete of the Year. The reigning OCAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, the fifth-year player was the West Division Scoring Champion during a regular season in which he averaged 24.6 points per game over 20 contests. Campbell scored an OCAA and career-best 491 points and was seventh in steals with 41. He was limited to under 20 points in only four regular season games, while scoring 30 or more points six times, including a career-best 41 against Redeemer on Feb. 1. Campbell also contributed 124 total rebounds and 48 assists. Sheridan advanced to the post-season with a record of 13-7. Also named West Division Player of the Year, Campbell headlined the West Division First-Team All-Stars. Campbell was also recognized nationally as the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men’s Basketball Player of the Year as well as All-Canadian honours. In two playoff games, Campbell averaged 22.5 points while shooting 54.8 percent, including 4-of-7 from three-point range. Sheridan advanced to the OCAA championship at Lambton, but fell short of its ultimate goal, losing in the quarter-finals to division rival Redeemer. Over his five seasons of men’s basketball in the OCAA, Campbell is a three-time West Division FirstTeam All-Star. He was named the OCAA Championship MVP when Sheridan won the provincial gold medal in 2018-19 along with CCAA Second-Team Championship All-Star honours. Campbell is a two-time CCAA silver medalist, three-time OCAA medalist, and two-time provincial champion. Campbell’s 1,592 career regular season points ranks in the Top 10 in OCAA history. Campbell played four seasons with the Sheridan Bruins after debuting with the St. Clair Saints. “It has been my honour to coach Nick and watch him develop into the man that he has become,” praised Sheridan Athletic Director and Head Coach Jim Flack.

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PREVIOUS OCAA MALE ATHLETES OF THE YEAR 2018-19: Kyle Rooke, Mohawk (Cross Country) 2017-18: Cole Jordan, Fanshawe (Volleyball) 2016-17: Seth Marcaccio, Fanshawe (Cross Country) 2015-16: Jesse Assing, Humber (Soccer, Badminton, Indoor Soccer) 2014-15: Matt Fennell, Mohawk (Basketball) 2013-14: Vadim Halimov, George Brown (Basketball) 2012-13: Frankie Edgecombe, Nipissing (Volleyball) 2011-12: Aminu Bello, Mohawk (Basketball) 2010-11: Eric Smith, Durham (Basketball) 2009-10: Ryan Talsma, Redeemer (Volleyball) 2008-09: Charley Spurr, Algonquin (Basketball) 2007-08: Jasmin Cull, Mohawk (Volleyball) 2006-07: Loui Legakis, Algonquin (Soccer) 2005-06: Peter Sniuolis, Mohawk (Volleyball) 2004-05: Nathaniel Allard, Centennial (Badminton) 2003-04: Glendon Thomas, Cambrian (Badminton) 2002-03: Joey Martins, Loyalist (Soccer, Volleyball) 2001-02: Mike Silva, Humber (Soccer, Indoor Soccer) 2000-01: John Sozio, Mohawk (Soccer) 1999-2000: Shane Bascoe, Sheridan (Basketball) 1998-99: Bill Crowdis, Durham (Basketball) 1997-98: Mike Kaytar and Bob Parnell, Cambrian (Badminton) 1996-97: Todd Boys, Loyalist (Volleyball)

“His work ethic and quiet leadership are everything we want to see in double-blue. There’s no question that he goes down as an ‘All-Time Bruin.’” Campbell is just the second student-athlete from Sheridan to be named OCAA Male Athlete of the Year, joining fellow basketball standout Shane Bascoe who won the award in 1999-2000. Campbell becomes the eighth different men’s basketball athlete in the history of the award dating back to 1997.

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feMale athlete of the year The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) proudly recognizes Fanshawe College women’s basketball student-athlete Chuot Angou (London, Ont.) as its 201920 OCAA Female Athlete of the Year. “Chuot is a special student-athlete who has set a new standard of excellence for Fanshawe basketball,” praised Fanshawe Manager of Athletics Nathan McFadden. “Her intensity, mental toughness, and strong will to compete and succeed are extraordinary. She is a terrific leader and teammate who had an exceptional season individually while leading her team to a second consecutive provincial championship.” Angou is the two-time reigning OCAA Women’s Basketball Player of the Year. The fifth-year guard averaged 18.4 points per game in 18 games this past season, setting a new regular season record for free throw proficiency, shooting 60-of-67 from the charity stripe for a success rate of 89.6 per cent. Angou also contributed 55 rebounds, 50 assists, 36 steals and five blocks during the regular season. Also named West Division Player of the Year, Angou headlined the OCAA West Division First-Team All-Stars. After narrowly missing out on the West Division championship, Angou and her Fanshawe teammates went to work on repeating as OCAA champions. Angou averaged 23.0 points per game in four post-season tilts, including a game-high 30 in the championship finale as the Falcons successfully defended their gold medals with a 93-80 win over host St. Clair. Angou was recognized as an OCAA Championship All-Star for her efforts. Fanshawe finished the 2019-20 campaign with a combined OCAA regular and post-season record of 21-1. “Chuot has matured into an athlete that not only understands the game but also respects what it represents,” explained Fanshawe Head Coach Bill Carriere. “Her talent on the court is undeniable but what is most impressive is her hunger for competing. She is always mentally focused and physically prepared to win.” “Chuot has also developed her leadership skills and buys in to our ‘team first’ philosophy. She is a star and is an intense competitor who also motivates her teammates to succeed. Her work ethic and passion for the game has

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PREVIOUS OCAA FEMALE ATHLETES OF THE YEAR 2018-19: Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe (Soccer) 2017-18: Ceejay Nofuente, Humber (Basketball) 2016-17: Ceejay Nofuente, Humber (Basketball) 2015-16: Ceejay Nofuente, Humber (Basketball) 2014-15: Thalia Hanniman, Humber (Volleyball) 2013-14: Kelly Nyhof, Humber (Volleyball) 2012-13: Tracy Wong, Humber (Badminton) 2011-12: Vicky Siemon, Humber (Cross Country) 2010-11: Landis Doyle, Humber (Volleyball) 2009-10: Renee Yip, Humber (Badminton) 2008-09: Ashley Docking, Seneca (Soccer, Basketball) 2007-08: Katie Szeghalmi, Durham (Soccer) 2006-07: Megan Stacey, Nipissing (Volleyball) 2005-06: Natasha Thombs, Seneca (Basketball) 2004-05: Lisa Martin, Cambrian (Soccer, Volleyball) 2003-04: Erin Smith, Durham (Fastball, Volleyball) 2002-03: Stacey Michaels, Cambrian (Badminton) 2001-02: Joanna Vitale, Humber (Soccer, Indoor Soccer) 2000-01: Anita Kralt, Redeemer (Basketball, Soccer, Indoor Soccer) 1999-2000: Gabe Roy and Melanie Finley, Cambrian (Badminton) 1998-99: Sue Mileva, Seneca (Badminton) 1997-98: Joanna Van Dyke, Durham (Fastball, Volleyball) 1996-97: Marcy Skribe, Durham (Basketball)

developed her into one of the best players the OCAA has ever seen.” Unfortunately, Angou’s college career came to an abrupt end when the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Basketball National Championship was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But this not prevent the CCAA from recognizing Angou as its national Women’s Basketball Player of the Year to go along with All-Canadian honours. Angou completes her OCAA journey as a three-time West Division First-Team All-Star, a two-time Player of the Year, a two-time CCAA All-Canadian, a three-time OCAA medalist and two-time provincial champion. She scored 969 regular season points in a three-year span, all with the Falcons. Angou also played two seasons as a member of the University of Windsor Lancers. Angou is the second-straight student-athlete from Fanshawe to be awarded OCAA Female Athlete of the Year following in the footsteps of soccer star Jade Kovacevic. Angou becomes the sixth different women’s basketball athlete in the history of the award dating back to 1997.

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OCAA ALL-ACADEMICS The 2019-20 Ontario Colleges Athletic Association All-Academic awards are presented to full-time varsity student-athletes that meet honours standards at their respective institutions, having successfully completed one academic semester. For the 2019-20 varsity season, OCAA recognized nearly 1,000 student-athletes for their achievements in the classroom. 2019-20 CCAA Academic All-Canadians

Michel Ayotte Jonathan Boucher Luc Demers Zoé Gagné Kaitlyn Gélinas Maissie Gionest Karlee Gravelle Mélanie Léger Maddison Loiselle Krystale Marcotte

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Katelyn Albert Mathieu Archambault Vanessa Belanger Sachin Devasia Cameron Duff Manmeet Duggal Quinn Eggleton Marco Faiella Liam Flaherty Simon Freer Brooks Gratton Brennan Gregoire Aleah Gunther Jessie Hayward Leigh Hayward Dana Isaia Dalton Kipp Josh Kneblewski Basil Komath Eldho Alison Labrash Regan Lamb Teagan Langis Shaelyn Laronde Eric Leishman Maggie Little Kiandra Martin Vivek Modi Erich Mundt Brandon Murray Ashley Nollner Isaac Oliveira Olayinka Oluwatosin Keygan O'Reilly

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Jaymin Patel Sarah Ramage Sneha Ratakonda Chelsie Sargeant Brianna Scarfone Erica Scott-Thomas Arvin Shaju Vicky Suotaila Joanne Tan Alex Tegman Cody Therrien Aisha Warren

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Leena Ahmadi Andrew Burke Kishia Castillo Skyler Cole Benjamin Durk David Gardiner Jody Gerus Jackson Gougeon Brad Grant Jordan Harcombe Inge Hoogenboom Cameron Jones Amy MacNeil Matthew McCarron Jodie McKirdy Samantha Moore-Caesar Duncan Naylor Gavin Naylor Marie-Chantal Ozorak Nyla Sabourin Rita Sibo Sidney Sletcher Philomene Sully-Bitsi Desiree Vincent Tatiana Weissflog Sarah Wu

Danika Mayer Mireille Paquette Caroline Pellerin Cody Pilon Joëlle Proulx Elliot Prudhomme

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Tianna Head Ashlyn Kadlecik Kylie Krcel Alexandra McClure Lyle Ten Eyck

Rosette Austero Dieu Merci Betoukoumessou Michelle Bowen Abigail Clarke Caitlyn Cosgrove Jenna Crawford Stella Dada Andrew French Teshaunna Gary-Brown Brenda Jahshan Leora Kotian Symphony Kwong Doris Lam Edmond Lin Taylor Liou

Stephanie Mary Lomingkit Matthew Lozano Kayla Lui Anna Marquez Tasia Martin Hamza Munawar Gao Yu Nie Carlo Pantaleon Tristan Quattropani Tiera-Lyn Ragbeer Sabrina Rizzo Vincent Servinis Milanpreet Singh Taranjett Singh Nyah Lai-Smith Qy-Lam Tran

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LAURA RUMPH Ramla Abdalla Emily Aitken Dylan Arndt Libby Bauman Olivia Bender Emily Brooks Alex Chean Katelyn Damaso Andie Dueck Janelle George Zac Gingerich Alisha Glendinning Kurtis Gobbi Samantha Gwozdz Michael Harkness Christian Hill Bethany Hofstetter Alexander Hoover Eric Katerberg Ethan Kroetsch Tiffany Lenselink David Lewis Sarah Lisecki Dillon Mann Connor McGrandles Bryan Metcalfe Brooke North Alex Otzyv Jessica Patterson Sophia Pereira Holly Phipps Marshall Point Connor Poissant Lorenza Renna Melissa Reno Laura Rumph Pranav Satheesh Ben Schmidt Alyssa Short Marissa Smith Madeline Sturgeon Hailey Teixeira Kyla Tunstall Reza Ullah Carter Verstraete Katelyn Vongunten Melanie Vu Natalie Walsh Madisyn Webb Hugh Weichel Megan White Brady Wilson

Jeremy Bertoldo John Blackburn Michael Carpino Matthew Cho-Chu Terin Christensen Ashlee Cooke Sydney Fillion Dominique Gardner Faith Hebert Joshua Kitt Dante Lagrange Kurtwood McGuire Abbigail Miller Abbigail Sanders Andrea Schram Kiersten Slade Mitchell Ringos

Ryan Airlie Cearra Bartley Ashley Black Althea Boncheff Shannon Brown Victoria Browne Marco Brusco Jason Cazes Sharon Cho Melia Ciccarelli Cari Clements Emily Coons Tiana Cowper Blake Cullaton Julia Davis Michael Douglas Brock Dunn Emily Glendinning Jaime Gordon Natassha Hassenstein James Hirt Sydney Holmes Jessica Joensen Emilie Kashur

Tyler Krabi Cory-Anne Lapointe Julia Mantler Cameron Marshall Jackson McIntosh Courtney McKellar Kaylah Moehling Cassidy Nicholson-Clarke Griffin Oliver Rachel Philip Lucas Pichl Tristan Sharma Nadine Shilling Nicholas Spittle Alanna Stanoev Kerrington Steed Craig Strangways Tristen Swinden Allyson Terwillegar Jillian Thompson Carly Warren Jenna Wetherill Georgi Williams Andrea Zulich

Eduardo Andrade Filho Arthur Avila Katelyn Berg Payton Alexandra Bergman Jordan Brisson Laura Chappel Maeyen Chua Mattea Deleary Tamara DePauw Nichole Erb Glyvette Etis Carter Hawthornthwaite Tarea Heshka Jessica Jordan Ashleigh Lablance Mitchell McFadden Taylor Meloche

Kendra Menchenton Josephine Morgado Kaitlyn Murray To Giang Nguyen Joshua Reyes-Davila Selena Roberts Stefan Rozek Grace Shea Mery Tarigan Gillian Travis-Iantosca Veronica Van Broekhoven Mackenzie Van Dyk Benjamin Vyfschaft Natalie Warren Joseph Willingham-Murphy

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OCAA ALL-ACADEMICS Hazaelee Sellers Areej Shalwani Rachel Steer Stefane Vezina Joseph Zaleski

Sydney Bennett Joshua Braga Bradley Crain Laura Davidson Dana Garland Reilly Higgins Matthew Houlzet Joel Howes Caleb Joosse Dawson Lickfold Ethan Maddigan Michelle Rea Daniel Sellers Laura Wilson

Jessica Barrios Achhakrya Buth Van Tuan Cao Victor Delgado Pamela Diaz Angela Diaz Romero Grayson Engelman Geena Frew Nicolas Giancola Samuelle Hakh Abdullaah Hamid Anh Hoang Steve Knezevic Fiona Kwan Tatyana Lopez Thomas Mai Jesse Malkowski Luigi Melino Matthew Michelis Robert Mijackovic Mariacristina Nalli Tu Uyen Nguyen Felix Ofori Kenzie Osborne Carolina Parreno Ricaurte Laura Pietroiusti Coco Sauve

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Maria Albanese Isabella Antonelli Jeff Ash Ally Barbieri Nicholas Bartley Ethan Bourne Jed Bricknell Kristen Butterfield Sophia Clement Carolyn Cooper Michael Fors Kaitlynn French Lauren French Gibson Graham Tamara Graham Colton Heipel Kiersten Hillman Mckenzie Howlett Shawn Israilov Donovan Jacko Christy Kavaratzis Kaelan Kloetstra Alexis Knight Kyle Laforga Dana Loder Michael MacInnes Jessica Maher Jessica Mandaliti Amber Maw Melynda McKenzie Austin Morrison Nicole Mullen Katie Murray Brandon Myers Brad Nagle Kurtis Nakashima Shane Nassief Hayden Nichol Aimee Parker Olivia Parsons Stefano Pella Megan Raymond Chase Richardson Rachael Rier

Meagan Roth Shea Saniga Jeffrey Scott Lacy Shuttleworth Scott Smith Gabriel Soares Jessica Stockdale Luke Szent-Ivany Meagan Withers Jordan Woolner

Khalid Adam Cassidy Andrews Shanae Anilus Aaron Aylward Alex Bartmann Amber Bechard Jessica Berg Andrew Blakey Gamaliel Bonilla Cameron Brennan Presly Buchanan Danae Campana Miea Campbell-Johnson Desmond Chan Nilda Correia Cole Czuchnicki Teresa Da Silva Alexandria Dube Melissa Duong Victoria Duong Olivia Foley Sarah Franchetto Jordon Francis Matthew Garner Gaby Goldshlager Jahnae Gyles Alicia Hayes Emma Heeney Benjamin Houle Alexander Howe Megan Hunt Khalid Ismail Ana Jaimes Albarran Kaitlyn Jones Scott Kisiel Kate Kostuch Hannah Koziolek Alex Krstonosic Ramnish Kumar Alex Lachapelle

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Sam Lebel Dana Licorish Brady Lumley Sophia Maiorano Karlee Mannella Safon Manning Rachel Matheson-Green Michael Mathews Hayley McCallum Danielle Miles Meaghan Murphy Courtney Nadeau Hayley O'Donoghue Sean O'Hara Mikayla Ottogalli Daniele Patrizi Robert Payne Remi Pelletier Alex Petronis Claudia Piazza Susanna Quach Deena Rahal Kacie Ransom Rajat Raj Megan Raso Aziah Reid Patricia Rothenburg Sonia Sahota Lauren Schneider Stefan Scholz Richard Sheffield Jeff Siemms Rebecca Spratt Elaine Surjoprajogo Liam Sutherland Braden Taylor Kiara Thomas Taylor Thomson Ayubu Touray Michaela Quinn Walsh Julia Watson Kia Watt Peter Wilson Kadyn Wotton Suhaila Yemen

Lucas Chiarot Drew Glassford Catherine Heywood Alexandra Morris

Zachary Aldridge Jordan Bennett John Bradshaw Cassidy Crowe Juan Miguel Galindo Tyler Grevers Andrew Hoskin Mason Hyde Madison Leader Keegan Maitland Shaun McCarthy Julia McMichael Andrew Moxley Nicholas Podlacha Mackenzie Shuart Cathy Topacio Alex Trotter Kara Van Moorsel Zack Wardell Adrian Waszak

Nikole Blackmore Jessa Braun Emily Brockway Vanessa Brown Nicolas Careri Chiara Carinci Lindsay Dienesch Liam Hartman Kara Hughes Rachel Jones Adam Kislinky Kunal Lalvani Emma Leuenberger Alesia Lozito Mitchell Martin Jonathan Medeiros Martin Mejia Aravinth Mohan Ahad Naim Faith Nieson Fardin Nooni Natasha O'Neill Sebastian Ribaudo-Begin Brooke Ribey Kayla Roach Daniel Scott Adrian Shahrivar Geoffrey Smith Maya Vidovich Michael Visser


2019-20 awards

Brodie Byford Bobby Buck Aingele Campbell-Stewart Allison Carswell Leah Christensen Rachel Cole Jewels Figueroa Josee Filion Trevor Fortier Olivia Garrett Autumn Hatherly Darius Hossein-Pour Emily Jaring Piper Kehoe Lacee Lowe Delaney Macdonald Emma Mann Savino Marques Brittany Mason Ashley Mathers Lauren Mclean Maria Moqe Alyssa Prinzen Kate Raso Josh Roberts Andrea Salazar Hannah Schipper Allyson Soule Rachel Streekstra Ebenezer Teklezgi Ayana Tomlinson Taylor Trollope Amy Vieira Emily Vivaris Caeleigh Von Zuben Taylor Wightman Aaron Wilson

Daniela Cardillo Jennifer Co Antonio Fricano Matt Foster Dakari Gennaro Chase Grice

Kristen Hancock Ryan Herd Nicole Hillman Gabriel James Jeremy Jodah Jacob Jones Taylor Kelly Brian Knechtel Justin Kong Amanda Kuiper Heidi Lasica Agatha Lee Dexton Leslie Ashley Lof Navneet Mann Sabrina Mariani Sam Mathieu Grace Mazur Madison Meyer Beth Minielly Brenley Morgan Khibar Nawabi James Noga Alyssa O'Brien Erin Ostronic Jinil Patel Daniel Rattray Austin Segato Luke Sigurdson Lauren Snider Deanna Stender Alexis Thomas Alex Tripp Cassandra Vanderlaan Ashleigh Webb Ryley Wheelhouse Mark Wylie

Kendra Adams Alexis Barclay Abdel Rahim Bardi Madelyn Berg Nicholas Buckborough Elijah Bugiardini Julieanne Buist James D'Annunzio Elisabeth DeBoer

Leanne Dekorte Natasha Desjardins Tamara Edwards Ashton Fehr Maria Gamba Veronika George-Brown Steenika Gilbert Anica Haberstock Christopher Hallborg Patrick Ioanidis Chloe Johnstone Connor Jolliffe Benjamin Jones Wiktoria Keller Kennan Larmand Veronika Latawiec Daniel Lokole Lysa Lowe Jessyka Maliksi Katelyn Mix Taylor Morrison Kristen Oudman Owen Pols Reese Radobenko Jonathan Ravn Johnnie Richardson Adam Rolson Simon Silverio Marissa Steele Montanna Taylor Fabian Vargas Murcia Robert Zalewski

Elijah Lostracco Jordy Meijering Leanna Meinders Rebekah Nash Gavyn Pols Alena Reenders Kristina Renwick Wesley Schilstra Matthew Schoenmaker James Scott Joshua Sloots Ryan Sloots Abby Sluys Sera Smith Jasmyn Stoffers Isaiah Thornback Joelle Tuininga Stephen VanAndel Hannah Vanderwoerd

Maria VanVark Alisa van Veen Natasha Wells Micah Westerveld William Winkelhorst Daniel Wolfert

AMANDA KUIPER

Larissa Bouwman Lucy Brinkman Foster Brown Danica Buys Rebekah DeHaan Ben DeJong Serena DeJong Naomi Fietje Simone Filippone Daniel Grootenboer Cassie Heidbuurt Keziah Hodgkinson Kaitlyn Homan Avery Johnston Kirsten Klompmaker Julia Knelsen Trevor Koch

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OCAA ALL-ACADEMICS

Ryan Acott Bastian Aguilera Khuloud Ahmad Dallas Akins Julia Albeartie Cameron Anger Takanori Aono Natasha Atherton Alayna Banks Nick Bauer Noor Bazzi Payton Boggs Melody Bojaruniec-Turner Carson Brummell Frankie Calvaruso Shamus Caplin Shannon Coffey Rileigh Davis Jesiah Deerr Lia Degirolama Hannah Desrosiers Chantal DeVlugt Evan Ferguson Tanay Freckleton Jaclyn French Kiana Gelissen Sergey Glisic Daniel Gosselin Vanessa Gualdieri Adrian Guenther Miles Hall Jalen Harmon Jessica Hodgkin Amber Hosker Hailey Jones Patrick Kibble Ally Kozak Jana Kucera Logan Kucera Jeremiah Lemay Michael McKay Evan Mendonca Julie Ann Milling Javonte Mitchell Jared Nelson Amelia Oliverio Logan Ondricko Matthew Penner Massimo Pollard Alexis Provost Cassandra Nicholas Aiden Pitre Jordan Ramsay

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Ravneet Rana Jaimie Randall Margaret Reynolds Cassandra Rose-Medeiros Alexandria Samping Paiten Stephens Alexandria Stewart Nicole Tamm Haley Tavares Jen Taylor Tyler Tofflemire Keirsten Tomkins Kyle Tran Anna Ulicny Meghan Zelina

Amber Allport Cassandra Almeida Monder Alzidani Christian Anderson-Currier Tyler Bark Michael Baud Brooke Bean Tyler Bennett Dakota Boal-Moyes Brandy Bond Andrew Brown Edward Brown Shannon Brown Justin Burtch Irmanjit Buttar Sam Campbell Chanlor Card Chelsea Cayer Ashley Challinor Afsar Chowdhury Christian DaPonte Kaylee Day Thomas-Jay Derbyshirte Kassie DeWolfe Jacob Dickinson Chase Donaghy Adam Dowdall Kaleb Fawcett Mathieu Genier Melissa Gilligan Rebecca Gilligan Sydney Gilligan Spencer Hayward Sydni Hill Jayden Hurlbert Simranjeet Kaur

CHELSEA CAYER Kurtis Kelley Thomas Kelly Colton Knapp Fraser Lance Heidi MacKay Kai Mackintosh Cheyenne McClain Bryson McCulloch Kazuna Mogi Jennifer Mortimore Kylie Moyer Brett Murray Allison Oathwaite Jinith Pandara Valappil Thomas Peever Madison Poole Emily Postma Mark-Dominic Reyes Nicolas Saavedra Gomez Antonio Salamone Gurkgamal Singh Sarah Trafford Braden Truelove Joel Wilkinson Esabella Yang-Whyte Dawson Young Travis Zelinski

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Bryanna Baker Mikaela Caputo Shane Charron Loris Elliott Taylor Elliott Sarah Ferguson Emma Filion Hilary Ireton Krish Jeyabalan Sarah McLeod Dante Menon Jayme Meser Mitchel Meyers Brandon Miller Monish Munagapati Santiago Quintero Meija Jordan Reinke Korbin Sartos Lukas Schlums Hunter Schumacher Nicholas Servant


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Kayla Short Megan Sizer Alicia Solomon Amos Varfee Kelsey Woods

Caitlyn Adam Atif Ali Faith-Ann Allison Karynna Boungnaseng Dylan Campbell Akara Chooprawad Elizabeth Chow Serena Chuipka Camille Cobb Sebastian Cochrane Alik Derderian Jesse Dunn Mackenzie Fane Julia Fantin Shakiba Fathollahi Isaiah Fogah Lena Gaju Emma Genova Salina He Tyra Hoard Austen Jones David Kavtiashvili Kwesi Kwarko-Fosu Cooper Lamb Poy Lo Melody Lucena Saatvik Mahajan Julian Martin Matt McDonald Liam McLaughlin Lior Mospan Sarah Nguy Christine Nguyen Danlio Nikolic Katie Potter Danielle Pound Kiara Puntillo Nicole Roxas Kian Sedigh Dan Seguin Adesh Sooklalsingh Shikaeb Rahi Soratgar Egrinaldo Tavares Nicole Ting Minh To

CHESTER ASHBY Carley Uddenberg Amherstia Villegas Gabrielle Wicks Melissa Wonfor Justin Wong Raymond Yeung Panpan Yuan Alina Zeng

Rachel Abrahams Nathaniel Alexander Isabella Andrade Chester Ashby Belicia Athanasas Taylor Baird Kaitlyn Beimers Celine Blanchette Gregory Bobesich Marla Brown Jessalyn Carvajal Isabel Catalli

Modou Ceesay Kendra Challis Tamia Cooper-Evelyn Jessica D'Aguilar Marianna DeFina Tany Dourev Connie Drennan Nevada Feasby Corinne Fotopoulos Shania Harriott Laura Jareckas Melanie Jubenville Pamela Kernohan Devyn MacKenzie Kiana Martin Kerri Mathews Liam McPherson Quinn Middleton Lexy Pakenham-Troth Shayla Parkinson-Roberts Nicole Pugh Rachel Roberts Sydney Romans Abdullah Saleh Katie Sands Pratik Shetty Luba Sulypka Brianna Timothy

Jade Addai Azza Adhoum Faris Ammari Margaret Anderson Kyle Boorman Luke Burston Isabela Charum Galindo Julia Costanzo Shaquille David Gabriel El Haddad Aly Elrakhawy Scott Ford Abdulrahman Issa Martin Iyamabo Andreas Jankovic Talal Khamis Damian Koscielniak Markian Krencil Julia Krizan Zhi Jie Lai Sabrina Longo Rachel Lord Wan Ian Lou

Sarita Macaldaz Priyanka Mehla Sydney Miller Alessia Moia Devon Nagle Andre Pinto Baridiilo Poromon Shiv Puri Fathema Shaikh Akram Ramadan Victoria Silva Prabdeep Singh Chelsea Sloan Patryk Swidergal Sona Tissington Trisha-Ann Vo Andrey Volkov Oanh Tu Vu Alice Xia Xintong Zhou

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BADMINTON

EL NEYUH

CCAA All-Canadian

OCAA MEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR Arpit Taneja, Humber OCAA WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR Huyen Le, George Brown OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Roselyn Bevis, Conestoga

Roselyn Bevis

OCAA Coach of the Year

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AJENAT TIPRA

CCAA All-Canadian

OCAA ALL-STARS Desmond Chan, Humber Victoria Duong, Humber Glyvette Etis, Fanshawe Kiersten Hillman, Georgian Paige Hillman, Georgian Ramnish Kumar, Humber Huyen Le, George Brown Poy Lo, Seneca Saatvik Mahajan, Seneca Christine Nguyen, Seneca Susanna Quach, Humber Chloe Rowe, Humber Pranav Satheesh, Conestoga Mohammed Faizan Shaikh, Seneca Areej Shalwani, George Brown Arpit Taneja, Humber Ayubu Touray, Humber CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Huyen Le, George Brown Arpit Taneja, Humber

AREEJ SHALWANI OCAA All-Star

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men's baseball JASON CROUSE

OCAA Pitcher of the Year

EL NEYUH BMAL REPOOC

OCAA Player of the Year

OCAA MEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR Arpit Taneja, Humber OCAA WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR Huyen Le, George Brown OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Cooper Lamb, Seneca

OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Roselyn Bevis, Conestoga

OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Sam Lebel, Humber

OCAA PITCHER OF THE YEAR Jason Crouse, Durham OCAA LEAGUE BATTING CHAMPION Fernando Suarez, Durham OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Dave Cooper, St. Clair

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STEVEN HOUGH

OCAA Rookie of the Year

LEBEL MAS

OCAA Championship MVP

OCAA LEAGUE ALL-STARS Luis Barrios, St. Clair Sam Cawker, Durham Jason Crouse, Durham Riley Gray, Durham Cooper Lamb, Seneca Sam Lebel, Humber Michael McKay, St. Clair Griffin Oliver, Durham Brendan Renaud, St. Clair Fernando Suarez, Durham Liam Sutherland, Humber OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Steven Hough, Humber OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Hunter Bisser, Humber Jordon D’Amico, Durham Jake Legros, Durham Brendan Renaud, St. Clair Liam Sutherland, Humber

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men's basKeTball

OCAA DIVISIONAL SCORING CHAMPIONS East: Zerious Loney, Algonquin West: Nick Campbell, Sheridan OCAA DIVISIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Chris Fields, George Brown West: Foster Brown, Redeemer OCAA EAST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Jeremiah Brown, Loyalist Kingslee D’Silva, George Brown Dakoda Lewis, Seneca Zerious Loney, Algonquin Tyler Vanessen, Georgian

OCAA MEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR Arpit Taneja, Humber OCAA WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR Huyen Le, George Brown OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Roselyn Bevis, Conestoga

OCAA WEST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Nick Campbell, Sheridan David Gomez Jr., St. Clair Alfred Johnson, Fanshawe Spencer Kerssies, Redeemer Jaylan Morgan, Humber OCAA EAST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Haany Ahmed, George Brown Isaiah Ankra, Seneca Kyrin Henlin, Centennial Ben Lusk, St. Lawrence Zamam Khan, U of T Mississauga

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CITELAM OKRAM

OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Patrick Kabeya, Loyalist West: Jamie Girolametto, Redeemer

OCAA Rookie of the Year

EL NEYUH

OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: Bigus Bangoura, La Cite West: Marko Maletic, Fanshawe

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OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Nick Campbell, Sheridan OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Marko Maletic, Fanshawe OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Jamie Girolametto, Redeemer OCAA LEAGUE SCORING CHAMPION Zerious Loney, Algonquin OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Dakoda Lewis, Seneca West: Nick Campbell, Sheridan


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SIWEL ADOKAD

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JAMIE GIROLAMETTO

OCAA Coach of the Year

OCAA WEST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Efosa Agbonze, Conestoga Jemol Edwards, Sheridan Marko Maletic, Fanshawe Cudjoe Masuka, Mohawk Jason Watts, Lambton

OCAA WEST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Kam David, Lambton Daniel Graham, Mohawk Steven Lemay, Mohawk Marko Maletic, Fanshawe Simon Wal, Sault

OCAA EAST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Bigus Bangoura, La Cite Naseem Barry, George Brown Nana Osei Tutu Sarfo, U of T Mississauga Tyrell Taylor, St. Lawrence Ebenezer Teklezgi, Loyalist

OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Kingslee D’Silva, George Brown

OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Isaiah Ankra, Seneca Caldre Campbell, George Brown Spencer Kerssies, Redeemer Keith Laryea, Humber Jaylan Morgan, Humber CCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Nick Campbell, Sheridan

CCAA ALL-CANADIANS OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP TOP ROOKIE Nick Campbell, Sheridan Naseem Barry, George Brown Dakoda Lewis, Seneca

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women's basKeTball KENDRA OLIVER CCAA All-Canadian

OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chuot Angou, Fanshawe OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Kendra Oliver, Durham OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Jaime McLean, Algonquin OCAA LEAGUE SCORING CHAMPION Jade Addai, U of T Mississauga OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Kendra Oliver, Durham West: Chuot Angou, Fanshawe

JADE ADDAI

OCAA League Scoring Champion

OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: East: Kendra Oliver, Durham West: Breanna Pretty, Lambton OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Jaime McLean, Algonquin West: Bill Carriere, Fanshawe OCAA DIVISIONAL SCORING CHAMPIONS East: Jade Addai, U of T Mississauga West: Sam Pocrnic, Mohawk OCAA DIVISIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: East: Akashia Moore Samuels, U of T Mississauga West: Mikhaila Wright, Fanshawe

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OCAA EAST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Jade Addai, U of T Mississauga Michaela Branker, Algonquin Kendra Oliver, Durham Zae Sellers, George Brown Rita Sibo, Algonquin OCAA WEST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Chuot Angou, Fanshawe Miea Campbell-Johnson, Humber Logan Kucera, St. Clair Sam Pocrnic, Mohawk Mikhaila Wright, Fanshawe

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MIKHAILA WRIGHT

OCAA Championship MVP

OCAA EAST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Cori Browne, Centennial Emily Glendinning, Durham Victoria Lawrence, George Brown Brittany Mason, Loyalist Kylie Moyer, St. Lawrence OCAA WEST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Jessica Angelini, Redeemer Theresa Brown, Sheridan Cassidy Crowe, Lambton Jahnae Gyles, Humber Jana Kucera, St. Clair

OCAA EAST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Kayana Granger, George Brown Beyonce Hosang, Centennial Kendra Oliver, Durham Sierra Oliver, Durham Avery Torok, U of T Mississauga OCAA WEST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Terin Hultink, Niagara Laura Jareckas, Sheridan Grace Mahler, Mohawk Breanna Pretty, Lambton Kia Watt, Humber

OCAA FAIR PLAY AWARD Noor Bazzi, St. Clair CCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chuot Angou, Fanshawe CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Chuot Angou, Fanshawe Kendra Oliver, Durham

OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Mikhaila Wright, Fanshawe

OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Chuot Angou, Fanshawe Jana Kucera, St. Clair Logan Kucera, St. Clair Felicia Velasquez, Humber Natalie Warren, Fanshawe

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NOSEIN HTIAF

OCAA Rookie of the Year

CROSS COUNTRY

PATRICK SMITH CCAA All-Canadian OCAA WOMEN’S ALL-ONTARIO FIRST-TEAM Vanessa Brown, Laurier Brantford Jessica Martin, Fanshawe Sophie Glanz, U of T Mississauga Sammi-Jo Burch, Fanshawe Faith Nieson, Laurier Brantford Ashley Lof, Mohawk Marla Brown, Sheridan OCAA WOMEN’S ALL-ONTARIO SECOND-TEAM Victoria Horrobin, U of T Mississauga Kayleigh Bush, Humber Lexy Pakenham-Troth, Sheridan Frances Emery, Fleming Kara Hughes, Laurier Brantford Talyn Tait, U of T Mississauga Yonta Gillipse, Sheridan

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OCAA MEN’S ALL-ONTARIO FIRST-TEAM Carter Free, St. Clair Sandy Freeland, Fanshawe Eric Leishman, Cambrian Patrick Smith, Fanshawe Andrew Brown, St. Lawrence Aaron De Jong, U of T Mississauga Tyler Jones, St. Clair OCAA MEN’S ALL-ONTARIO SECOND-TEAM Rick Nepomuceno, St. Clair Matthew Lozano, Centennial Dion Killens, Fanshawe Cole Bond, Sheridan Luke Groulx, Fanshawe Brent Smalley, Fanshawe Lucas Salazer-Reid, Fanshawe


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senoJ relyT

CCAA All-Canadian

OCAA ROOKIES OF THE YEAR Women: Faith Nieson, Laurier Brantford Men: Carter Free, St. Clair OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Cory Currie, Laurier Brantford CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Andrew Brown, St. Lawrence Vanessa Brown, Laurier Brantford Carter Free, St. Clair Sandy Freeland, Fanshawe Tyler Jones, St. Clair Jessica Martin, Fanshawe Patrick Smith, Fanshawe

ANDREW BROWN CCAA All-Canadian

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2019-20 awards

Curling

OCAA Championship MVP

NREVOGCM ANNEKCM

CHAMPIONSHIP MVPS Men: Zack Shurtleff, Humber Women: Kaitlyn Jones, Humber Mixed Doubles (Female): McKenna McGovern, Niagara Mixed Doubles (Male): Brendan Jackson, Niagara OCAA COACHES OF THE YEAR Men: DJ Ronaldson, Fanshawe Women: Larry Rathje, Confederation Mixed Doubles: Chris Jay, Fanshawe OCAA FAIR PLAY AWARDS Men (dedicated to Ron Fearon): Confederation Thunderhawks Women (dedicated to Vern Dow): Confederation Thunderhawks Mixed (dedicated to Hap Holman): Sault Cougars-1 OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MEN’S FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Skip: Zack Shurtleff, Humber Vice: Matthew Garner, Humber Second: Brady Lumley, Humber Lead: Nicole Hillman, Mohawk OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN’S FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Skip: Kaitlyn Jones, Humber Vice: Andrea Schram, Confederation Second: Lauren Massey, Fanshawe Lead: Brittany Elson, Humber OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MIXED DOUBLES FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Female: Jenna Clarke, Humber Male: Brendan Jackson, Humber

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OCAA Championship MVP

FFELTRUHS KCAZ

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OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MEN’S SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Skip: Charlie Richard, Fanshawe Vice: Jarrett Matthews, Mohawk Second: Owen Tester, Fanshawe Lead: Nicholas Robinson, Fanshawe OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP WOMEN’S SECONDTEAM ALL-STARS Skip: Faith Hebert, Confederation Vice: Erin White, Fanshawe Second: Amelia DiVincenzo, Sault Lead: Hannah Holtz, Fleming OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MIXED DOUBLES SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Female: McKenna McGovern, Niagara Male: Davis Wiscombe, Humber CCAA MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP SECOND-TEAM ALL-STAR Second: Owen Tester, Fanshawe

CCAA CURLING COACH OF THE YEAR Men: Clancy Grandy, Humber CCAA MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Skip: Zach Shurtleff, Humber Vice: Matthew Garner, Humber Lead: Emerson Steffler, Humber CCAA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST-TEAM ALL-STAR Lead: Brittany Elson, Humber

CCAA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Skip: Amelia Dolsen, Fanshawe Vice: Parker Doig, Humber Second: Lauren Massey, Fanshawe CCAA FAIR PLAY AWARD Women: Sault Cougars

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Golf

CCAA All-Canadian

YEFFOC NONNAHS

MEN’S ALL-ONTARIO TEAM Thomas Code, Fanshawe Conner Watt, Humber Jamaal Moussaoui, St. Lawrence Iz Hustler, Humber Logan Lammerant, Niagara WOMEN’S ALL-ONTARIO TEAM Hayley McCallum, Humber Shannon Coffey, St. Clair Elaine Surjoprajogo, Humber Rachael Rier, Georgian

HAYLEY MCCALLUM CCAA All-Canadian

OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Rob Brown, St. Lawrence CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Thomas Code, Fanshawe Shannon Coffey, St. Clair Hayley McCallum, Humber Conner Watt, Humber CCAA MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STAR Logan Lammerant, Niagara CCAA MEN’S EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP Jamaal Moussaoui, St. Lawrence

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CCAA All-Canadian

TTAW RENNOC

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LOGAN LAMMERANT

CCAA Championship All-Star

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men's rugby

OCAA LEAGUE SCORING CHAMPION Ty Jacob, Durham OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Taha Chahrour, Algonquin West: Zack Snider, Conestoga

OCAA League Scoring Champion

OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: Brad Grant, Algonquin West: Joe Ribbins, Seneca

BOCAJ YT

OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Geoff Tomlinson, Algonquin West: John Daggett, Georgian OCAA DIVISIONAL SCORING CHAMPIONS East: Ty Jacob, Durham West: Ryan Connolly, Georgian

OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Taha Chahrour, Algonquin OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Brad Grant, Algonquin OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR John Daggett, Georgian

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OCAA EAST DIVISION ALL-STARS Taha Chahrour, Algonquin Daniel Cooper, Durham Robert Eliadis, Durham Brad Grant, Algonquin Ty Jacob, Durham Kai Lucas, Fleming Sheldon McRae, Algonquin Hayden Parkins, Durham Devon Parson, Durham Kirill Petin, Algonquin Zak Raymond, St. Lawrence Evan Sim-Spence, St. Lawrence Trey Tenhave-Williams, Fleming Travis Zelinski, St. Lawrence

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OCAA Player of the Year

RUORHAHC AHAT

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OCAA WEST DIVISION ALL-STARS Tennyson Brown, Georgian Chris Dominey, Humber Tristian Hilton-Hastings, Sheridan Donovan Jacko, Georgian Erik Keppen, Seneca Scott Kisiel, Humber Levi Konecny, Seneca Liam McGuckian, Seneca Liam McLaughlin, Seneca Duncan Montague, Georgian Kurtis Nakashima, Georgian Zach Patfield, Georgian Richard Sheffield, Humber Zack Snider, Conestoga Justin Tota, Sheridan OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Taylor Dallas, Durham OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Tennyson Brown, Georgian Chris Dominey, Humber Donovan Jacko, Georgian Scott Kisiel, Humber Austin Knox, Durham Patrick Lynch, Durham Richard Sheffield, Humber

TAYLOR DALLAS

OCAA Championship MVP

OCAA MEN’S RUGBY FAIR PLAY Joseph Alaimo, Georgian

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SIDEP HAEL

OCAA Championship MVP

WOmen's rugby SEVENS

MACKENZIE FANE

OCAA West Division Player of the Year

OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Christina Branch, Humber OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Sydney Seymour, Algonquin OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Jeremy Cairnie, Seneca OCAA LEAGUE SCORING CHAMPION Cheyenne De Luca, Humber

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OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Leah Pedis, Algonquin West: Christina Branch, Humber West: Mackenzie Fane, Seneca OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: Sydney Seymour, Algonquin West: Brooklyn Feasby, Seneca OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Kait Pasic, St. Lawrence West: Darrell Devine, Conestoga West: Jeremy Cairnie, Seneca

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HCNARB ANITSIRHC

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SYDNEY SEYMOUR OCAA Rookie of the Year

OCAA LEAGUE ALL-STARS Jodie McKirdy, Algonquin Leah Pedis, Algonquin Danielle Belanger, Durham Kaylah Moehling, Durham Harlynn Beauchamp-Phillips, Fleming Erin Gawley-Doling, Fleming Hanna Fitzgerald, Loyalist Eva Keyzers, Loyalist Brooke Bean, St. Lawrence Sierra Dunford, St. Lawrence Emma Scott, Conestoga Katelyn Vongunten, Conestoga Christina Branch, Humber Cheyenne De Luca, Humber Mackenzie Fane, Seneca Zoey Siciliano, Seneca Kirsten Archer, Sheridan Tuyet Vu-Noreau, Sheridan

OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Leah Pedis, Algonquin OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Cheyenne De Luca, Humber Mackenzie Fane, Seneca Jadika Lynch, Durham Jodie McKirdy, Algonquin Kaylah Moehling, Durham Saige Pedis, Algonquin

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men's soccer

CCAA All-Canadian

NELLA DROFAEL

OCAA DIVISIONAL SCORING CHAMPIONS East: Malek Belhaj, Algonquin West: Leaford Allen, Humber West: Jevontae Layne, Sheridan OCAA DIVISIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Colin Reilly, Durham West: Bradley Heath, Fanshawe

OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Leaford Allen, Humber OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jonathan Monney, Conestoga OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Patrice Gheisar, Seneca OCAA LEAGUE SCORING CHAMPION Malek Belhaj, Algonquin OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Justin Gibson, Algonquin West: Leaford Allen, Humber OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: Joshua Lee, Durham West: Jonathan Monney, Conestoga OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Patrice Gheisar, Seneca West: Chris Eveleigh, U of T Mississauga West: Rob Pereira, Fanshawe

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OCAA EAST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Ebrahim Al-Ariky, Algonquin Atif Ali, Seneca Malek Belhaj, Algonquin Colin Gibson, Algonquin Justin Gibson, Algonquin Joshua Lee, Durham Cale Loughrey, Seneca Hasan Mohasar, Algonquin Chris Oatman, Algonquin Filipe Vilela, George Brown LeRohne Young, Durham OCAA WEST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Leaford Allen, Humber Tomas Alvarez, Fanshawe Chester Ashby, Sheridan Adam Czerkawaski, U of T Mississauga Michael Fayehun, Humber Max Ferrari, Humber Bradley Heath, Fanshawe Federico Leal, Humber Jonathan Monney, Conestoga Dominic Szyszka, Fanshawe Ben Vyfschaft, Fanshawe

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JUSTIN GIBSON CCAA All-Canadian

OCAA EAST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Jason Alvarado, George Brown Joshua Braga, Fleming Dylan Campbell, Seneca Sebastian Cochrane, Seneca Kevon Grant, Durham Kurtis Kelly, St. Lawrence Joe Khoury, Algonquin Jackson Ofosu, Seneca Mazen Osman, St. Lawrence Colin Reilly, Durham Egrinaldo Tavares, Seneca Michael Washington, Seneca OCAA WEST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Bastien Aguilera, St. Clair Ahmad Al Rajie, Fanshawe Andrew Fonovic, Mohawk Cody Green, Humber Jevontae Layne, Sheridan Mitchell McAuley, Lambton Ryan Miners, Fanshawe Tyrone Mulder, St. Clair Malachi Ramsay, Conestoga Quentin Williams, Sheridan Anthony Wright, Sheridan OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Nicolas Machado, Humber OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Tomas Alvarez, Fanshawe Spencer Barber, Sheridan Nick Franati, Humber Cody Green, Humber Anthony Gurrieri, Seneca Bradley Heath, Fanshawe

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Joshua Lee, Durham CCAA EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP AWARD Michael Fayehun, Humber CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Leaford Allen, Humber Justin Gibson, Algonquin CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Ryan Cullen, Durham Kevon Grant, Durham Joshua Lee, Durham Nick Payne, Durham Colin Reilly, Durham

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women's soccer NAILAH ROWE

OCAA Rookie of the Year

OCAA DIVISIONAL SCORING CHAMPIONS East: Sona Mukalova, Seneca East: Nailah Rowe, Centennial West: Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe OCAA DIVISIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Bailey Colangelo, Durham West: Nevada Feasby, Sheridan OCAA EAST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Jordan Burke, Seneca Chelsea Cayer, St. Lawrence Bailey Colangelo, Durham Alessia Da Silva, Seneca Raven Edwards-Dowdall, Seneca Melissa Gilligan, St. Lawrence Georgia Iliopoulos, Algonquin Becky Leese, Algonquin Sona Makulova, Seneca Nailah Rowe, Centennial Brianna Samuels-McLaughlin, George Brown OCAA WEST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Nevada Feasby, Sheridan Terin Hultink, Niagara Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe Sabrina Mariani, Mohawk Nicole Nielsen, Fanshawe Dominka Philip, Humber Ceilidh Richardson, Niagara Selena Roberts, Fanshawe Victoria Rodrigues, Sheridan Giulia Zanardi, Humber Chelsea Zavitz, Fanshawe

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OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Nailah Rowe, Centennial OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Luca Sirianni, Seneca OCAA LEAGUE SCORING CHAMPION Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Sona Makulova, Seneca West: Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: Nailah Rowe, Centennial West: Julieanne Buist, Niagara OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Luca Sirianni, Seneca West: Rob Lalama, Niagara

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CCAA Player of the Year

CIVEC AVOK EDAJ

OCAA EAST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Tejumola Abubakar Bakare, Algonquin Kristina Anderson, George Brown Francesca Bellai, Algonquin Mariah Harper, Algonquin Zoe Harrington, Fleming Shantae Johnson, Seneca Cory Lapointe, Durham Korina Lyte, Seneca Madison Poole, St. Lawrence Makayla Rudder, Durham Amy Vieira, Loyalist OCAA WEST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Natasha Agbaba, Fanshawe Julieanne Buist, Niagara Megan Foster, Sheridan Amber-Lea Hodgins, Fanshawe Taylor Major, Niagara Catarina Medeiros, Humber Katelyn Mix, Niagara Ryan Morneau, St. Clair Cassie Nicholas, St. Clair Claudia Piazza, Humber Daniella Strano, Fanshawe OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Breanne Carreiro, Fanshawe Angelika Mihalopulos, Fanshawe Korina Lyte, Seneca Sona Makulova, Seneca Emma Stushnoff, Humber

CCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe Sona Makulova, Seneca CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Sona Makulova, Seneca Angelika Mihalopulos, Fanshawe

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women's softball

OCAA Championship MVP

NANAHCUB YLSERP OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rya Cowan, St. Clair OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Morgan Lowry, Fanshawe OCAA PITCHER OF THE YEAR Presly Buchanan, Humber OCAA BATTING CHAMPION Shelby Hayward, Mohawk OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Taylor, Conestoga

MORGAN LOWRY

OCAA Rookie of the Year

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OCAA LEAGUE ALL-STARS Ashley Black, Durham Presly Buchanan, Humber Rya Cowan, St. Clair Shelby Hayward, Mohawk Jenna Hillman, St. Clair Cassey Leader, Conestoga Meaghan Murphy, Humber Alexis Pereira, Durham Kennedi Roth, Fanshawe Laura Rumph, Conestoga


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SHELBY HAYWARD OCAA Batting Champion

OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Presly Buchanan, Humber OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Ashley Black, Durham Jenna Hillman, St. Clair Kate Kostuch, Humber Meaghan Muir, Humber Alexis Pereira, Durham

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CCAA All-Canadian

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OCAA EAST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Richard Bucar, Algonquin Ryan Carnevale, Canadore Tom Cullingworth, Algonquin Jean Francois Daoust, Canadore Andrew Dube, Durham Liam Gray, Durham Joel Howes, Fleming

OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jake Gomes, Humber OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Joshua Fadare, Humber OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Wayne Wilkins, Humber OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Liam Gray, Durham West: Jake Gomes, Humber OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: Kaelan Kloetstra, Georgian West: Joshua Fadare, Humber OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Chris Jenkins, Loyalist West: Wayne Wilkins, Humber OCAA DIVISIONAL SCORING CHAMPIONS East: Richard Bucar, Algonquin West: Frankie Friesen, St. Clair

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OCAA WEST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Andrew Blakey, Humber Liam Butchereit, Sheridan Frankie Friesen, St. Clair Jake Gomes, Humber Eric Katerberg, Conestoga Samuel Otten, Niagara Brayden Stoffers, Redeemer OCAA EAST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS David Blom, Seneca Jackson Brear, Canadore Mike Fors, Georgian Timothy Ho, Centennial Savino Marques, Loyalist Vivek Mathimakki, George Brown Josh Roberts, Loyalist OCAA WEST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Elijah Bugiardini, Niagara Ryan Clutton, Conestoga Rady Kim, Humber Mike Liscumb, Fanshawe Rrezart Sadiku, Humber Alex Turkiewicz, Mohawk Judah Verbeek, Conestoga

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JOSHUA FADARE

CCAA All-Canadian

SEMOG EKAJ

OCAA Rookie of the Year

OCAA EAST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Ehsan Ghazanfari, Seneca Andrew Hudgins, Loyalist Kaelan Kloetstra, Georgian Riley Litwiller, Loyalist Rouzbeh Rahnavard, Durham Ben Thompson, Canadore OCAA WEST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Joshua Fadare, Humber Ewan Mason, Fanshawe Logan Ondricko, St. Clair Simran Pahal, St. Clair Colin Prelaz, Niagara Judah Verbeek, Conestoga OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Jake Gomes, Humber OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Cameron Calhoun, Georgian Jake Gomes, Humber Liam Gray, Durham Ewan Mason, Fanshawe Rouzbeh Rahnavard, Durham Rrezart Sadiku, Humber

CCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Wayne Wilkins, Humber CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Jake Gomes, Humber Liam Gray, Durham CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST-TEAM ALLSTARS Joshua Fadare, Humber Jake Gomes, Humber CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP SECOND-TEAM ALLSTARS Rrezart Sadiku, Humber

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OCAA Rookie of the Year

CCAA All-Canadian

TREBLA ELLENAJ

OCAA DIVISIONAL COACHES OF THE YEAR East: Tony Clarke, Durham West: Jimmy El-Turk, St. Clair OCAA DIVISIONAL SCORING CHAMPIONS East: Rylee Leger, Algonquin West: Janelle Albert, Fanshawe

OCAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Janelle Albert, Fanshawe OCAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Carina Brooks, Georgian OCAA COACH OF THE YEAR Tony Clarke, Durham OCAA DIVISIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR East: Jessica Joensen, Durham West: Janelle Albert, Fanshawe OCAA DIVISIONAL ROOKIES OF THE YEAR East: Carina Brooks, Georgian West: Keyome Ellis, St. Clair

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OCAA EAST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Carina Brooks, Georgian Emma Howe, Canadore Jessica Joensen, Durham Ashlyn Kadlecik, Canadore Kristine Ledger, Canadore Rylee Leger, Algonquin Cassidy Nicholson-Clarke, Durham OCAA WEST DIVISION FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Janelle Albert, Fanshawe Kinsley Child, Mohawk Natasha Desjardins, Niagara Keyome Ellis, St. Clair Alex Krstonosic, Humber Amanda Kuiper, Mohawk Julia Watson, Humber

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OCAA EAST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Tianna Head, Canadore Alina Karpovnikova, George Brown Ashley Lau, George Brown Emilie Menard, Algonquin Allyson Terwillegar, Durham Jess Venhuizen, Canadore Georgi Williams, Durham OCAA WEST DIVISION SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Alex Bartmann, Humber Madelyn Berg, Niagara Mattea Deleary, Fanshawe Kaelyn Emslie, Mohawk Abby Sluys, Redeemer Jasmyn Stoffers, Redeemer Shiann Williams, Humber OCAA EAST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Samantha Balys, Algonquin Haley Bickell, Durham Jada Bradford, Centennial Carina Brooks, Georgian Sarah Grassie, Canadore Melanie Mainville, La Cite OCAA WEST DIVISION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Libby Bauman, Conestoga Chantal DeVlugt, St. Clair Keyome Ellis, St. Clair Alex Lachapelle, Humber Kristen Oudman, Niagara Lauren Vahrmeyer, Fanshawe

OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MVP Janelle Albert, Fanshawe OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS Alex Bartmann, Humber Althea Boncheff, Durham Mattea Deleary, Fanshawe Kiana Lee, Fanshawe Kimberly Quintanilla, St. Clair Shiann Williams, Humber CCAA ALL-CANADIANS Janelle Albert, Fanshawe Jessica Joensen, Durham CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST-TEAM ALL-STAR Janelle Albert, Fanshawe

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ATHLETES OF THE WEEK September 2-8, 2019 Leaford Allen, Humber Men’s Soccer / Malek Belhaj, Algonquin Men’s Soccer / Taryn Gazankas, Sault Women’s Soccer / Georgia Iliopoulos, Algonquin Women’s Soccer / Courtney McKellar, Durham Women’s Softball / Ryley Vernon, St. Clair Men’s Baseball

October 14-20, 2019 Ashley Black, Durham Women’s Softball / Presly Buchanan, Humber Women’s Softball / Steven Hough, Humber Men’s Baseball / Jake Legros, Durham Men’s Baseball / Leah Pedis, Algonquin Women’s Rugby Sevens / Adam Waithe, Seneca Men’s Soccer

September 9-15, 2019 Edwin Der Weer, Seneca Men’s Baseball / Carter Free, St. Clair, Cross Country / Melissa Gilligan, St. Lawrence Women’s Soccer / Sophie Glanz, Toronto Mississauga Cross Country / Ty Jacob, Durham Men’s Rugby / Meagan Muir, Humber Women’s Softball

October 21-27, 2019 Bigus Bangoura, La Cite Men’s Basketball / Vanessa Brown, Laurier Brantford Cross Country / Carter Free, St. Clair Cross Country / Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe Women’s Soccer / Nicholas Machado, Humber Men’s Soccer / Brittany Mason, Loyalist Women’s Basketball

September 16-22, 2019 Olivia Elliott, St. Clair Women’s Softball / Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe Women’s Soccer / Cooper Lamb, Seneca Men’s Baseball / Joshua Lee, Durham Men’s Soccer / Kirill Petin, Algonquin Men’s Rugby / Sydney Seymour, Algonquin Women’s Rugby Sevens

October 28-November 3, 2019 Chuot Angou, Fanshawe Women’s Basketball / Kinsley Child, Mohawk Women’s Volleyball / Dakoda Lewis, Seneca Men’s Basketball / Hayden Parkins, Durham Men’s Rugby / Leah Pedis, Algonquin Women’s Rugby Sevens / Avery Sutton, Conestoga Men’s Basketball

September 23-29, 2019 Jason Crouse, Durham Men’s Baseball / Nichole Erb, Fanshawe Women’s Softball / Cassey Leader, Conestoga Women’s Softball / Sona Makulova, Seneca Women’s Soccer / Massimo Pollard, St. Clair Men’s Soccer / Filipe Vilela, George Brown Men’s Soccer

November 4-10, 2019 Tennyson Brown, Georgian Men’s Rugby / Taylor Dallas, Durham Men’s Rugby / Joshua Lee, Durham Men’s Soccer / Kylie Moyer, St. Lawrence Women’s Basketball / Abby Sluys, Redeemer Women’s Volleyball / Felicia Velasquez, Humber Women’s Basketball

September 30-October 9, 2019 Luis Barrios, St. Clair Men’s Baseball / Thomas Code, Fanshawe Golf / Brooklynn Feasby, Seneca Women’s Rugby Sevens / Sarah Lisecki, Conestoga Women’s Softball / Hayley McCallum, Humber Golf / Zach Patfield, Georgian Men’s Rugby

November 11-17, 2019 Khalid Ismail, Humber Men’s Basketball / Jessica Joensen, Durham Women’s Volleyball / Zamam Khan, Toronto Mississauga Men’s Basketball / Rylee Leger, Algonquin Women’s Volleyball / Akashia MooreSamuels, Toronto Mississauga Women’s Basketball / Pranav Satheesh, Conestoga Badminton

October 7-13, 2019 David DeCassan, George Brown Men’s Baseball / Dennis Dei Baning Humber Men’s Baseball / Cory Lapointe, Durham Women’s Soccer / Becky Leese, Algonquin Women’s Soccer / Masoud Mahmoud, Cambrian Men’s Soccer / Myranda Pierson, Humber Women’s Softball

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November 18-24, 2019 Janelle Albert, Fanshawe Women’s Volleyball / Michel Ayotte, Boréal Men’s Volleyball / Alex Bartmann, Humber Women’s Volleyball / Brayden Stoffers, Redeemer Men’s Volleyball / Christian Tabiri, George Brown Men’s Basketball / Andrea Zulich, Durham Women’s Basketball

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October 14-20, 2019 Ashley Black, Durham Women’s Softball / Presly Buchanan, Humber Women’s Softball / Steven Hough, Humber Men’s Baseball / Jake Legros, Durham Men’s Baseball / Leah Pedis, Algonquin Women’s Rugby Sevens / Adam Waithe, Seneca Men’s Soccer

February 10-16, 2020 Brendan Jackson Humber Curling / Kaitlyn Jones, Humber Curling / Huyen Le, George Brown Badminton / Poy Lo, Seneca Badminton / McKenna McGovern, Niagara Curling / Zack Shurtleff, Humber Curling

October 21-27, 2019 Bigus Bangoura, La Cite Men’s Basketball / Vanessa Brown, Laurier Brantford Cross Country / Carter Free, St. Clair Cross Country / Jade Kovacevic, Fanshawe Women’s Soccer / Nicholas Machado, Humber Men’s Soccer / Brittany Mason, Loyalist Women’s Basketball

February 17-23, 2020 Isaiah Ankra, Seneca Men’s Basketball / Alexa Armstrong, Durham Women’s Volleyball / Jay Barham, Durham Men’s Basketball / Zae Sellers, George Brown Women’s Basketball / Judah Verbeek, Conestoga Men’s Volleyball / Tatiana Weissflog, Algonquin Women’s Volleyball

October 28-November 3, 2019 Chuot Angou, Fanshawe Women’s Basketball / Kinsley Child, Mohawk Women’s Volleyball / Dakoda Lewis, Seneca Men’s Basketball / Hayden Parkins, Durham Men’s Rugby / Leah Pedis, Algonquin Women’s Rugby Sevens / Avery Sutton, Conestoga Men’s Basketball November 4-10, 2019 Tennyson Brown, Georgian Men’s Rugby / Taylor Dallas, Durham Men’s Rugby / Joshua Lee, Durham Men’s Soccer / Kylie Moyer, St. Lawrence Women’s Basketball / Abby Sluys, Redeemer Women’s Volleyball / Felicia Velasquez, Humber Women’s Basketball November 11-17, 2019 Khalid Ismail, Humber Men’s Basketball / Jessica Joensen, Durham Women’s Volleyball / Zamam Khan, Toronto Mississauga Men’s Basketball / Rylee Leger, Algonquin Women’s Volleyball / Akashia MooreSamuels, Toronto Mississauga Women’s Basketball / Pranav Satheesh, Conestoga Badminton November 18-24, 2019 Janelle Albert, Fanshawe Women’s Volleyball / Michel Ayotte, Boréal Men’s Volleyball / Alex Bartmann, Humber Women’s Volleyball / Brayden Stoffers, Redeemer Men’s Volleyball / Christian Tabiri, George Brown Men’s Basketball / Andrea Zulich, Durham Women’s Basketball

February 24-March 1, 2020 Janelle Albert, Fanshawe Women’s Volleyball / Jake Gomes, Humber Men’s Volleyball / Liam Gray, Durham Men’s Volleyball / Samuel Odzenma, Georgian Men’s Basketball / Breanna Pretty, Lambton Women’s Basketball / Shiann Williams, Humber Women’s Volleyball March 2-8, 2020 Kingslee D’Silva, George Brown Men’s Basketball / Logan Kucera, St. Clair Women’s Basketball / Huyen Le, George Brown Badminton / Saatvik Mahajan & Faizan Shaikh, Seneca Badminton / Pranav Satheesh, Conestoga Badminton / Mikhaila Wright, Fanshawe Women’s Basketball March 9-15, 2020 Alessia Da Silva, Seneca Women’s Indoor Soccer / Matthew DaSilva, George Brown Men’s Indoor Soccer / Mattea Deleary, Fanshawe Women’s Volleyball / Brittany Elson, Humber Curling / Joshua Fadare, Humber Men’s Volleyball / Owen Tester, Fanshawe Curling

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Algonquin Thunder OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Algonquin College Location: Ottawa, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 16,500

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LES SUITES OTTAWA DOWNTOWN Algonquin College: 14.0 km 130 Besserer St. Phone: (613) 232-2000 Ottawa, ON E-mail: IV411@innvesthotels.com K1N 9M9

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Vipères de BoréaL MEMBRE DE L’OCAA DEPUIS 1996-97 Institution: Collège Boréal Location: Sudbury, ON Corps étudiant: 830

Couleurs: vert/noir Site Web: www.collegeboreal.ca Collège: (705) 560-6673 Département athlétique: poste 1021 Centre sportif: (705) 521-6005

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CAMBRIAN GOLDEN SHIELD OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Cambrian College Location: Sudbury, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 4,500

Colours: Burgundy/Gold Website: athletics.cambriancollege.ca College Automated: (705) 566-8101 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 7450

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CANADORE PANTHERS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1968-69 Institution: Canadore College Location: North Bay, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 3,850

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CENTENNIAL COLTS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Centennial College Location: Scarborough, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 28,000

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Centennial College: 13.6 km Phone: (905) 831-6200 E-mail: CN291@innvesthotels.com

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COYOTES DE LA CITé MEMBRE DE L’OCAA DEPUIS 1991-92 Institution: Collège La Cité Location: Ottawa, ON Corps étudiant: 5,000

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Couleurs: noir/blanc/bleu Site Web: www.mesCoyotes.ca Collège: (613) 742-2493 Département athlétique: poste 2063

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LES SUITES OTTAWA DOWNTOWN 130 Besserer Street Ottawa, ON K1N 9M9

Collège La Cité: 6.1 km Phone: (613) 232-2000 E-mail: IV411@innvesthotels.com

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CONESTOGA CONDORS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1968-69 Institution: Conestoga College Location: Kitchener, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 17,000

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CONFEDERATION THUNDERHAWKS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Confederation College Colours: Navy/Maroon/White Location: Thunder Bay, ON Website: www.thunderhawksathletics.com Full-Time Enrollment: 3,500 College Automated: (807) 475-6110 Campus Recreation: (807) 475-6481

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Susan Tucker Athletic Director susan.tucker@confederationcollege.ca (807) 475-6481

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DURHAM LORDS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1968-69 Institution: Durham College Location: Oshawa, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 13,600

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FANSHAWE FALCONS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Fanshawe College Location: London, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 21,000

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FLEMING KNIGHTS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1968-69 Institution: Fleming College Location: Peterborough, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 6,500

Colours: Green/Gold/White Website: www.flemingknights.ca College Automated: (705) 749-5530 @FlemingKnights @Fleming.Knights

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GEORGE BROWN HUSKIES OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: George Brown College Location: Toronto, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 32,000

Colours: Blue/White Website: athletics.georgebrown.ca College Automated: (416) 415-5000 Athletic Dept. (St. James): Ext. 3336 Athletic Dept. (Casa Loma): Ext. 6795

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GEORGIAN GRIZZLIES OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Georgian College Location: Barrie, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 11,500

Colours: Royal Blue/White/Black Website: www.georgiangrizzlies.ca College Automated: (705) 728-1968 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 1577 Nightline: (705) 722-1577

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HUMBER HAWKS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Humber College Location: Etobicoke, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 32,000

Colours: Navy/Gold/White Website: www.humberhawks.ca College Automated: (416) 675-6622 Athletic Dept.: (416) 675-5097 Nightline: Ext. 5699

Ray Chateau Athletic Director ray.chateau@humber.ca Ext. 4456 (N)

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LAKEHEAD THUNDERWOLVES OCAA MEMBER SINCE 2013-14 Institution: Lakehead University (Orillia) Location: Orillia, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 1,400

Colours: Blaze/Cobalt Website: www.orilliathunderwolves.ca University Automated: (705) 330-4008 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 2115

@ThunderwolvesOR @ThunderwolvesOR

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Chris Glover Athletic Director dir.saor@lakeheadu.ca Ext. 2112

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LAMBTON LIONS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: Lambton College Location: Sarnia, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 3,500

Colours: Blue/White Website: www.lclions.ca College Automated: (519) 542-7751 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 3628

James Grant Manager, Athletics & Student Life james.grant@lambtoncollege.ca Ext. 3317

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LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 2011-12 Institution: Wilfrid Laurier University (Brantford) Location: Brantford, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 3,000

Colours: Purple/Gold Website: www.laurierathletics.com/brantford University Automated: (519) 756-8228 Laurier Brantford YMCA: (519) 512-4891

@LBrecreation @LaurierBrantfordGoldenHawks Peter Baxter Director of Athletics & Recreation pbaxter@wlu.ca (519) 884-0710 Ext. 2216

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LOYALIST LANCERS OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1970-71 Institution: Loyalist College Location: Belleville, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 2,700

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MOHAWK MOUNTAINEERS OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1967-68 Institution: Mohawk College Location: Hamilton, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 13,000

Colours: Burgundy/Red/Orange/Charcoal Website: www.mohawkcollege.ca/athletics College Automated: (905) 575-1212 Athletic Dept.: (905) 575-2744 Nightline: (905) 575-2317

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NIAGARA KNIGHTS OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1968-69 Institution: Niagara College Location: Welland, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 10,500

Colours: Blue/White Website: www.goknights.ca College Automated: (905) 735-2211 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 7288 Gym Control Desk: Ext. 7253

Michele O’Keefe Associate Director, Athletics & Recreation mokeefe@niagaracollege.ca (905) 735-2211 Ext. 7288

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REDEEMER ROYALS OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1986-87 Institution: Redeemer University Location: Ancaster, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 825

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Colours: Red/Navy/White Website: www.redeemerroyals.ca College Automated: (905) 648-2139 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 4275/67 Nightline: (905) 648-2131

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COMFORT INN HAMILTON Redeemer: 21.3 km 183 Centennial Parkway N. Phone: (905) 560-4500 Hamilton, ON E-mail: CN268@innvesthotels.com L8E 1H8

Dave Mantel Athletic Director dmantel@redeemer.ca Ext. 4410

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ST. CLAIR SAINTS OCAA MEMBER SINCE 1967-68 Institution: St. Clair College Location: Windsor, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 12,000

Colours: Green/White/Gold Website: www.saintsathletics.ca College Automated: (519) 972-2727 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 4217 Nightline: Ext. 4180

Christina Gatto Director, College Recreational Services cgatto@stclaircollege.ca Ext. 4746

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ST. LAWRENCE SURGE OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1968-69 Institution: St. Lawrence College Location: Kingston, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 9,249

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Colours: Red/Black/White Website: www.slcsurge.com College Automated: (613) 544-5400 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 1284

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Kevin Biggs Manager of Athletics & Student Engagement kbiggs@sl.on.ca Ext. 1158 (K)

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SAULT COUGARS OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1968-69 Institution: Sault College Location: Sault Ste. Marie, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 2,400

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Paul Orazietti Manager of Athletics paul.orazietti@saultcollege.ca Ext. 2664

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SENECA STING OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1968-69 Institution: Seneca College Location: North York, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 25,300

Colours: Red/Black/White Website: www.SenecaSting.ca College Automated: (416) 491-5050 Athletic Dept.: Ext. 22308

Gillian McCullough Director, Sport & Recreation gillian.mccullough@senecacollege.ca Ext. 22957 (N)

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SHERIDAN BRUINS OCAA MEMBER SINCe 1968-69 Institution: Sheridan College Location: Oakville, ON/Brampton, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 24,500

Colours: Double Blue/White Website: www.sheridanbruins.com College Automated (Oakville): (905) 845-9430 Athletic Dept. (Oakville): Ext. 2088 College Automated (Brampton): (905) 459-7533 Athletic Dept. (Brampton): Ext. 5198

@SheridanBruins @SheridanBruins

hotel listings Jim Flack Athletic Director jim.flack@sheridancollege.ca (905) 845-9430 Ext. 2082

HOMEWOOD SUITES BURLINGTON Sheridan (Trafalgar): 13.2 km 975 Syscon Road Phone: (905) 631-8300 Burlington, Ontario E-mail: IV401@innvesthotels.com L8E 1H8 HOLIDAY INN BURLINGTON 3063 South Service Rd. Sheridan (Trafalgar): 18.1 km Phone: (905) 639-4443 Burlington, Ontario E-mail: IV403@innvesthotels.com L7N 3E9

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TORONTO MISSISSAUGA EAGLES OCAA MEMBER SINCe 2014-15 Institution: University of Toronto Mississauga Location: Mississauga, ON Full-Time Enrollment: 14,750

Colours: Navy/Silver/White Website: www.utmeagles.ca University Automated: (905) 569-4455 Athletic Dept.: (905) 828-3714

Renu Kanga Fonseca Director, Strategy & Sport Wellness renu.kanga@utoronto.ca (905) 569-4759

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2019-20 OCAA MEN'S TEAM CHAMPIONS AND WOMEN’S TEAM CO-CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks

2019-20 OCAA Regional Men’s Team Champions East: Seneca Sting

PREVIOUS OCAA MEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONS 2012-13 Humber 2019-20 Humber

West: Humber Hawks

2018-19 George Brown

2009-10 George Brown

2017-18 George Brown

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2019-20 OCAA Regional Women’s Team

2016-17 Humber

1971-72 Seneca

2015-16 Humber

1970-71 Cambrian

2014-15 Humber

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2013-14 Humber

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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S TEAM CO-CHAMPIONS: George Brown Huskies PREVIOUS OCAA WOMEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONS 2019-20 George Brown/Humber

2012-13 Seneca

2018-19 George Brown

2009-10 Boréal

2017-18 George Brown

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2016-17 Humber

1971-72 Seneca

2015-16 Humber

1970-71 Sheridan

2014-15 Humber

1969-70 Sheridan

2013-14 Humber

PREVIOUS OCAA OVERALL TEAM CHAMPIONS 1982-83 Canadore 2011-12 Humber 1981-82 Humber 2010-11 Humber 2009-10 George Brown/Humber 1980-81 Durham 1979-80 St. Clair 2008-09 Cambrian 1978-79 Fanshawe 2007-08 Georgian 1977-78 St. Clair 2006-07 Fanshawe/St. Clair 1976-77 Seneca 2005-06 Cambrian 1975-76 Seneca 2004-05 Cambrian 1972-73 Seneca 2003-04 Cambrian 1971-72 Seneca 2002-03 Cambrian 1970-71 Cambrian 2000-01 Cambrian 1969-70 Cambrian 1999-2000 Cambrian 1968-69 Algonquin 1998-99 Cambrian 1983-84 Algonquin

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2019-20 OCAA MEN’S SINGLES MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Ramnish Kumar, Humber (Gold); Pranav Satheesh, Conestoga (Silver); Ryan Chen, Toronto Mississauga (Bronze) PREVIOUS MEN’S SINGLES CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Ramnish Kumar, Humber 2018-19 Ramnish Kumar, Humber* 2017-18 Yuge Zeng, George Brown 2016-17 Owen Kurvits, Redeemer 2015-16 Wenchao Shi, Seneca* 2014-15 Owen Kurvits, Redeemer* 2013-14 Owen Kurvits, Redeemer 2012-13 Tim Chiu, Humber 2011-12 Simon Yip, Humber 2010-11 Timothy Chiu, George Brown 2009-10 Timothy Chiu, George Brown 2008-09 Raymond Wong, Humber 2007-08 Raymond Wong, Humber 2006-07 Nathanial Allard, Fanshawe 2005-06 Nathanial Allard, Centennial 2004-05 Nathanial Allard, Centennial 2003-04 Allen Chen, Seneca 2002-03 Cao Yu, George Brown 2001-02 Dan Palermo, Cambrian

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2000-01 Terry Nghiem, Seneca 1999-2000 Victor Peng, George Brown 1998-99 Benoit Achim, Royal Military 1997-98 Chris Framp, Humber 1996-97 Ty Ung, Seneca 1995-96 Don Legendre, Canadore 1994-95 Dominique Legendre, Fanshawe 1993-94 Sean Ellis, Niagara 1992-93 Sean Ellis, Niagara 1991-92 Don Legendre, Northern-SP 1990-91 Pierre Riopell, Royal Military 1989-90 Pierre Riopell, Royal Military 1988-89 Chris Walsh, Seneca 1987-88 Chris Walsh, Seneca 1986-87 Pierre LeBlance, St. Lawrence-C 1985-86 Larry Yeung, Mohawk 1984-85 Serge Lebel, Canadore 1983-84 Serge Lebel, Canadore 1982-83 Serge Lebel, Canadore*

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1981-82 Bruce Miller, Algonquin 1980-81 Harry Kraemer, Loyalist 1979-80 Steve McCoy, Mohawk 1978-79 Aniz Nanji, Seneca 1977-78 Aniz Nanji, Seneca 1976-77 Raj Vadera, Seneca 1975-76 Jim Matchett, Fanshawe 1974-75 Herb Grunder, St. Clair 1973-74 Noel d’Sousa, Humber 1972-73 Shiraz Halari, Seneca 1971-72 Che-Leong Chiu, Algonquin 1970-71 Ian Bishop, Algonquin 1969-70 Ian Bishop, Algonquin 1968-69 Ian Bishop, Algonquin *Won National Championship Other National Champions from OCAA include: Nicky Aung (Seneca) 2016-17; Pranav Satheesh (Conestoga) 2019-20


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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S SINGLES MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Huyen Le, George Brown (Gold); Anh Hoang, George Brown (Silver); Glyvette Etis, Fanshawe (Bronze) PREVIOUS WOMEN’S SINGLES CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Huyen Le, George Brown* Brown* 2001-02 Christiane Guillemette, Cambrian 2018-19 Ann Hoang, George Brown 2000-01 Melanie Kornacki, Cambrian 2017-18 Ann Hoang, George Brown 1999-2000 Sue Mileva, Seneca 2016-17 Olivia Lei, Humber* Humber* 1998-99 Sue Mileva, Seneca* Seneca* 2015-16 Olivia Lei, Humber* Humber* 1997-98 Sue Mileva, Seneca 2014-15 Olivia Lei, Humber* Humber* 1996-97 Gail Prosser, Cambrian 2013-14 Cindy Fu, Humber 1995-96 Gail Prosser, Cambrian 2012-13 Carol Dela Cerna, Seneca 1994-95 Yukiko Nogawa, Canadore 2011-12 Tracy Wong, Humber 1993-94 Grace Siu, Mohawk 2010-11 Tracy Wong, Humber 1992-93 Grace Siu, Mohawk 2009-10 Valérie Breen, Boréal 1991-92 Cindy Emery, Sheridan 2008-09 Jody Carruthers, Cambrian 1990-91 Penny Parkes, St. Clair 2007-08 Karen Ng, Georgian 1989-90 Sherry Metheringham, Sheridan 2006-07 Jody Carruthers, Cambrian 1988-89 Sherry Metheringham, Sheridan 2005-06 Margaret Myjak, Mohawk 1987-88 Penny Scott, Fanshawe 2004-05 Van Ta, George Brown 1986-87 Shelley Birnie, Northern-SP 2003-04 Christiane Guillemette, Cambrian 1985-86 Sharon Fraser, Centennial 2002-03 Christiane Guillemette, Cambrian 1984-85 Sharon Fraser, Centennial

1983-84 Maria Machado, Seneca 1982-83 Nancy Loeffler, St. Clair 1981-82 Sheri Fox, St. Lawrence-K 1980-81 Andrea Brown, Lambton 1979-80 Andrea Brown, Lambton 1978-79 Joanne Perry, Sheridan 1977-78 Joanne Perry, Sheridan 1976-77 Anne Wist, Algonquin 1975-76 Maureen Wong, Seneca 1974-75 Cynthia Kane, Centennial 1973-74 Trish Hodgson, George Brown 1972-73 Wendy d’Sousa, Seneca 1971-72 Algonquin 1970-71 Marie Murphy, Fanshawe 1969-70 Lita Luciani, Sault * Won National Championship

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2019-20 OCAA MEN’S DOUBLES MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Saatvik Mahajan/Mohammed Faizan Shaikh, Seneca (Gold); Arpit Taneja/Ayubu Touray, Humber (Silver); Vern Chew/Nicholas Hon, Toronto Mississauga (Bronze). PREVIOUS MEN’S DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Saatvik Mahajan/Mohammed Faizan Shaikh, Seneca* Seneca* 2018-19 Arpit Taneja/Ayubu Touray, Humber 2017-18 Cameron Lai/Darcy Schmidt, Humber 2016-17 Ryan Chow/Adam Dong, Humber* Humber* 2015-16 Ryan Chow/Adam Dong, Humber* Humber* 2014-15 Ogyen Dorjee/Ross Golding, George Brown 2013-14 Adam D’Agostino/Kianoosh Moslemi, Mohawk 2012-13 Jimin Jung/Ian Tang, Seneca 2011-12 Dayvon Reid/Mark Wong, George Brown 2010-11 Dayvon Reid/Mohammed Usama, George Brown 2009-10 Sam Lamoure/Vuong Tran, St. Clair 2008-09 Charlie Lay/Alang Luangrath, Humber 2007-08 Ben Wong/Simon Yip, Centennial 2006-07 Roni Islam/Hao Ly, Humber 2005-06 James Didiadato/John Paynter, Georgian 2004-05 Jason Hong/Amin Jamshidian, Centennial 2003-04 John Groenveld/Drew Huerter, Cambrian 2002-03 Matthew Allard/Calvin Tai, Seneca 2001-02 Keith Meawasige/Tim Yu, Cambrian 2000-01 Matthew Allard/Karl Quan, Seneca 1999-2000 Tim Yu/Derek Hebner, Cambrian 1998-99 Mike Kaytar/Rob Parnell, Cambrian* Cambrian*

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1997-98 Mike Kaytar/Rob Parnell, Cambrian* Cambrian* 1996-97 Saj Alam/Harrison Choy, Seneca* Seneca* 1995-96 Mike Fleming/Frank Parsons, Canadore 1994-95 Phillip Cheung/Mike Kaytar, Seneca 1993-94 Don Kan/Ed Yee, George Brown 1992-93 Dan Torizuka/Ed Yee, George Brown 1991-92 Sajad Elan/Andrew Mathieson, Seneca* Seneca* 1990-91 James Cheung/Saad Khan, George Brown 1989-90 Bryan MacDonnell/Rick McNeil, Seneca 1988-89 Vincent Chan/Kimchan Ramrattan, George Brown 1987-88 Vincent Chan/Jim Cheung, George Brown 1986-87 Mark Nelson/Tom Peat, Niagara* Niagara* 1985-86 Mark Nelson/Tom Peat, Niagara* Niagara* 1984-85 Mark Nelson/Tom Peat, Niagara* Niagara* 1983-84 Mark Nelson/Tom Peat, Niagara 1982-83 Ron Baribeau/David Reinhart, Mohawk 1981-82 Ron Baribeau/David Reinhart, Mohawk 1980-81 Scott Innis/Cliff Lawrence, Canadore 1979-80 Randy Blackburn/Eric Johnson, St. Clair 1978-79 Felix Chong/Joe Soen, Northern-KL * Won National Championship

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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S DOUBLES MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Susanna Quach/Chloe Rowe, Humber (Gold); Maeyen Chua/Helen Ngu, Fanshawe (Silver); Kiersten Hillman/Paige Hillman, Georgian (Bronze) PREVIOUS WOMEN’S DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Susanna Quach/Chloe Rowe, Humber* Humber* 2018-19 Victoria Duong/Chloe Rowe, Humber* Humber* 2017-18 Elizabeth Duong/Chloe Rowe, Humber* Humber* 2016-17 Phuthita Nilyok/Chloe Rowe, Humber* Humber* 2015-16 Rachel Nham/Yan Zhou, Seneca 2014-15 Suzy Yan/Yan Zhou, Seneca* Seneca* 2013-14 Victoria Hall/Kimloung Lim, Mohawk 2012-13 Tracy Wong/Renee Yip, Humber* Humber* 2011-12 Alyssa Woon/Renee Yip, Humber 2010-11 Alyssa Woon/Renee Yip, Humber 2009-10 Jody Carruthers/Kayla Odorizzi, Cambrian 2008-09 Heather Schultz/Samantha Sheppard, Cambrian 2007-08 Jody Carruthers/Heather Schultz, Cambrian 2006-07 Jenn Hayman/Jayme Sky, Fanshawe 2005-06 Amy Howe/Amanda Sjoberg, St. Clair 2004-05 Alysia Slugg/Hien Tang, Seneca 2003-04 Hien Tang/Eslyn Thomas, Seneca 2002-03 Julie Kornacki/Melanie Kornacki, Cambrian 2001-02 Julie Kornacki/Melanie Kornacki, Cambrian 2000-01 Melanie Finlay/Gabe Roy, Cambrian 1999-2000 Melanie Finley/Gabe Roy, Cambrian* Cambrian* 1998-99 Melanie Finley/Gabe Roy, Cambrian 1997-98 Maureen Buck/Gail Prosser, Cambrian

1996-97 Liette Gravelle/Pierrette Parnell, Cambrian 1995-96 Chris Audit/Cindy Emery, Niagara* Niagara* 1994-95 Liette Gravelle/Pierrette Parnell, Cambrian 1993-94 Bonnie Bailey/Sheila Ethier, Canadore 1992-93 Bonnie Bailey/Dianne Berube, Canadore 1991-92 Kathleen Kennedy/Claudia Massey, Sheridan 1990-91 Cassie Chang/Hsing Li-Yu, George Brown 1989-90 Sophie Cossette/Claudie Saulnier, Canadore 1988-89 Gail Aleung/Jennifer Sweeney, Seneca 1987-88 Caroline Beattie/Kim Dudzic, St. Clair 1986-87 Jenny Bird/Maria Fraser, Centennial 1984-85 Julie Gray/Cathy McCracken, Georgian 1983-84 Cindy Hayman/Cheryl MacDonald, Fanshawe 1982-83 Cindy Hayman/Cheryl MacDonald, Fanshawe 1981-82 Charlene Davis/Jane Tooley, Durham 1980-81 Judy Debby/Lena Dasfor, Humber 1979-80 Paula Dresser/Sandy Meisel, St. Clair 1978-79 Jill Jackson/Sandy Meisel, St. Clair * Won National Championship Other National Champions from OCAA include: Jan Song/Teresa Tsang (Seneca) 1996-97.

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2019-20 OCAA MIXED DOUBLES MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Poy Lo/Christine Nguyen, Seneca (Gold); Desmond Chan/Victoria Duong, Humber (Silver); Brandon Cheung/Jia Yi Feng, Centennial (Bronze)

PREVIOUS MIXED DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Poy Lo/Christine Nguyen, Seneca 2018-19 Angeline Alviar/Mike Ra, George Brown 2017-18 Crystal Qu/Arpit Teneja, Humber 2016-17 Vinson Wong/Yan Zhou, Seneca* 2015-16 Jesse Assing/Phuthita Nilyok, Humber 2014-15 Adam Dong/Tracy Wong, Humber* 2013-14 Andrew Lau/Tracy Wong, Humber 2012-13 Ryan Chow/Suzy Yan, Humber 2011-12 Sanjay Ashokkumar/Patricia Lau, Seneca 2010-11 Julie Schell/Johnny Tran, St. Clair 2009-10 Raymond Wong/Renee Yip, Humber* 2008-09 Mike Del Fante/Kayla Odorizzi, Cambrian 2007-08 Nathaniel Allard/Sarah Fuller, Fanshawe 2006-07 Amy Howe/Charlie Lay, St. Clair 2005-06 Kathryn Bobbie/Ryan Rows, Cambrian 2004-05 Christianne Guillemette/Ryan Rows, Cambrian 2003-04 Stacey Michaels/Glendon Thomas, Cambrian* 2002-03 Stacey Michaels/Glendon Thomas, Cambrian* 2001-02 Alan Chen/Vicky Lee, Seneca 2000-01 Oscar Lai/Jan Song, Seneca 1999-2000 Darryl Brenton/Penny Rhodes, Cambrian

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1998-99 Kenneth Lem/Teresa Tsang, Seneca 1997-98 Richard Coufal/Gabe Roy, Cambrian 1996-97 Mike Ryan/Gwyndeline Vishnu, Fanshawe 1995-96 Mike Kaytar/Jennifer Pfohl, Seneca 1994-95 Sean Ellis/Cindy Emery, Niagara 1993-94 Mike Fleming/Sylvie Fortin, Canadore 1992-93 Lorraine Asen/Bill Parr, Fanshawe 1991-92 Janette Chan/Marc Cranch, Sheridan 1990-91 Marla Browning/Andrew Wong, Fanshawe 1989-90 Cassie Chang/James Cheung, George Brown 1988-89 Al Boudreau/Claudie Saulnier, Canadore 1987-88 Richard Broulx/Debbie McMillan, St. Lawrence-K 1986-87 Wendy Mabson/Brad Paul, Mohawk* 1984-85 Cheryl Norman/Jeff Norman, St. Lawrence-K 1983-84 Sharon Fraser/Mike Webster, Centennial 1982-83 Anne Hollick/Bob Morrow, Canadore 1981-82 Lena Desfor/Neil Pitcher, Humber 1980-81 Anne Cormier/Jeff Willars, Canadore 1979-80 Nancy Jarison/Tim Jarison, St. Clair 1978-79 Linda Adams/Tim Jarison, St. Clair * Won National Championship

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2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks

OCAA Championship

Bronze Medal Final*

Gold Medal Finals

(Hosted by Durham College)

Durham def. St. Clair 4-1

Durham def. Humber 3-1

Games 1-4 Humber def. Seneca 7-4

Humber def. Durham 9-2 *Winner advanced to Gold Medal Final

Durham def. St. Clair 6-2 St. Clair def. Seneca 10-0 Humber def. Durham 10-0

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS Humber 13-5 St. Clair 13-5 Durham 12-6 Seneca 10-8 Fanshawe 9-9 George Brown 5-12 Lambton 0-17

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Gold

Silver

Bronze

2019-20

Humber

Durham

St. Clair

2018-19

Humber

St. Clair

Fanshawe

2017-18

St. Clair

Humber

Fanshawe

2016-17

St. Clair

Fanshawe

Humber

2015-16

St. Clair

Fanshawe

Humber

2014-15

St. Clair

Durham

Fanshawe

2013-14

St. Clair

Durham

Humber

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men's baseball PREVIOUS TOP BATTERS Season Athlete 2019-20 Fernando Suarez 2018-19 Andrew Thomson 2017-18 Carlos Arteaga 2016-17 Max Ayarza 2015-16 Eric Cunningham 2014-15 Andrew Murrell 2013-14 Daniel Campos

School Durham Humber Fanshawe St. Clair St. Clair George Brown Humber

Avg .455 .422 .436 .481 .548 .492 .404

PREVIOUS TOP PITCHERS Season Athlete 2019-20 Jason Crouse 2018-19 Alec Brown 2017-18 Brodie Harkness 2016-17 Kyle Breitner 2015-16 Shane Courtney 2014-15 Kyle Breitner 2013-14 Kyle Breitner

School Durham Durham Durham St. Clair St. Clair St. Clair St. Clair

CAREER HITS LEADERS Athlete 1. Kevin Dion 2. Keegan Murphy 3. Andrew Thomson 4. Liam Sutherland 5. Crannel Jerald 6. Anthony Buonaiuto 7. Carlos Arteaga 8. Jack Lang 9. Eric Cunningham 9. Dwaine Nichol

School St. Clair Humber Humber Humber St. Clair St. Clair/George Brown Fanshawe Durham St. Clair Seneca

W 5 5 4 5 6 5 4

L 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

Fernando Suarez

ERA 1.89 2.12 1.85 1.53 1.50 1.48 1.08

Seasons 2015-18 (4) 2014-18 (5) 2014-18 (5) 2016-19 (4) 2013-16 (4) 2014/17-19 (4) 2014-17 (4) 2013-16 (4) 2014-16 (3) 2014-17 (4)

Hits 90 85 84 79 76 75 74 65 62 62

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Most Strike Outs/Season > 143 Most OCAA Championships > 5 Most Consecutive Championships > 5

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Seasons 2014-16 (3) 2015-16/18 (3) 2014-15 (2) 2016-17 (2) 2013/15 (2) 2013-14 (2) 2014-16 (3) 2016-19 (4) 2017-19 (3) 2015-18 (4)

School St. Clair St. Clair Humber Fanshawe Humber Durham George Brown Humber George Brown Durham

Avg .459 .452 .423 .413 .400 .398 .397 .389 .381 .380

Edwin Der Weer, Seneca (14-Sept-2019) Liam Sutherland, Humber (2018) Sean Refflinghaus, Fanshawe (20-Sep-2014) Max Ayarza, St. Clair (2015) Keegan Murphy, Humber (2017) Brian MacDonald, Humber (25-Sep-2014) Max Ayarza, St. Clair (2015) Eric Cunningham, St. Clair (2015) David DeCassan, George Brown (2019) Ward Benn, Seneca (3-Oct-2016) Kyle Breitner, St. Clair (2013) Humber (at George Brown 28-Sep-2013) Seneca at Durham (14-Sept-2019) St. Clair (2014) Durham (at Seneca 24-Sep-2013) Humber (2018) Durham (at Seneca 24-Sep-2013) St. Clair (2013) St. Clair (2014) Seneca (at George Brown 3-Oct-2016) St. Clair (vs. Fanshawe 6-Oct-2016) Fanshawe (vs. Lambton 2-Oct-2019) St. Clair (2014) St. Clair St. Clair (2013 to 2017)

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2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: George Brown Huskies OCAA Qualifiers Sheridan def. Loyalist* 93-85 Seneca* def. Fanshawe 94-90 (OT) George Brown* def. Niagara 91-80 Humber* def. St. Lawrence 119-71 Redeemer* def. Centennial 97-71 St. Clair* def. La Cite 91-88 Georgian* def. Mohawk 88-78 *Home Team

OCAA Championship (Hosted by Lambton College) Quarter-Finals Humber def. Georgian 88-60 Seneca def. St. Clair 102-73 Redeemer def. Sheridan 99-90 George Brown def. Lambton 82-65

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Semi-Finals Humber def. Seneca 78-73 George Brown def. Redeemer 79-76

Bronze Medal Final Seneca def. Redeemer 97-81 Gold Medal Final George Brown def. Humber 78-65

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division George Brown 17-3 Seneca 17-3 Loyalist 15-5 Georgian 12-8 La Cite 11-9 Centennial 10-10 St. Lawrence 9-11 U of T Mississauga 9-11 Durham 5-15 Algonquin 4-16 Fleming 1-19

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15-5 15-5 14-6 13-7 13-7 12-8 10-10 8-12 7-13 3-17 0-20


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men's basketball PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Season Gold Silver 2019-20 George Brown Humber 2018-19 Sheridan Humber 2017-18 Seneca* Humber 2016-17 Sheridan George Brown 2015-16 Humber Mohawk 2014-15 Mohawk Humber* 2013-14 Sheridan Algonquin 2012-13 Sheridan Mohawk 2011-12 Mohawk* Humber 2010-11 Humber Sheridan 2009-10 Humber Fanshawe 2008-09 Humber Algonquin 2007-08 Sheridan Algoma 2006-07 Fanshawe St. Lawrence-K 2005-06 Humber Sheridan 2004-05 Humber Centennial 2003-04 Fanshawe Sheridan 2002-03 Algonquin Humber 2001-02 Sheridan Algonquin 2000-01 Sheridan Humber* 1999-2000 Humber Sheridan 1998-99 Sheridan Humber 1997-98 Sheridan Humber 1996-97 Durham* Humber 1995-96 Humber Sheridan 1994-95 Humber* Sheridan 1993-94 Humber Algonquin 1992-93 Humber* Seneca 1991-92 Humber* Canadore 1990-91 Humber* Sheridan 1989-90 Sheridan* George Brown 1988-89 Sheridan Humber 1987-88 Humber Centennial 1986-87 Seneca Humber 1985-86 Sheridan Fanshawe 1984-85 Sheridan* Mohawk 1983-84 Centennial* Humber 1982-83 Centennial Sheridan 1981-82 Seneca St. Lawrence-K 1980-81 Fanshawe* St. Clair 1979-80 Fanshawe* Mohawk 1978-79 Fanshawe George Brown 1977-78 Fanshawe Durham 1976-77 Seneca Fanshawe

Bronze Seneca Niagara Sheridan Humber Lambton Durham Humber Algonquin Fanshawe Fanshawe St. Lawrence-K Niagara Fanshawe Humber St. Clair Loyalist Humber Niagara Humber Algonquin Algonquin Mohawk Algonquin Algonquin Algonquin Durham Durham Canadore Seneca St. Clair Mohawk George Brown Mohawk Sheridan Humber Humber Seneca Mohawk Centennial St. Clair Mohawk Sheridan Durham

Season 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Gold Silver George Brown Mohawk George Brown* Mohawk George Brown St. Clair Seneca Mohawk Mohawk Seneca Mohawk St. Lawrence-K Mohawk St. Clair Algonquin St. Clair Mohawk/St. Clair

Bronze Cambrian St. Lawrence-K

Mohawk

* Won National Championship

ALL-TIME OCAA MEDALISTS - DIVISION II Season Gold Silver 1994-95 St. Lawrence-K Sault 1992-93 Loyalist Cambrian 1991-92 St. Lawrence-K Lambton 1990-91 St. Lawrence-K Sault 1989-90 Algonquin Canadore 1988-89 Canadore Durham 1987-88 St. Lawrence-K Cambrian 1986-87 St. Lawrence-K Durham 1985-86 Canadore Durham 1984-85 Northern Durham 1983-84 Northern Loyalist 1982-83 Durham Northern

Bronze Fleming-P Niagara Loyalist Royal Military Fleming-P Fleming-P Sault Cambrian Cambrian Canadore Canadore Lambton

Bigus Bangoura

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men's basketball PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Season Athlete 2019-20 Zerious Loney (E) Nick Campbell (W) 2018-19 Brandon Halliburton (E) Gregory Roberts (W) 2017-18 Daniel Smalling (E) Zaman Khan (W) 2016-17 Ajahmo Clarke (E) Rayvon Higdon (W) 2015-16 Jaz Bains (E) Branden Padgett (W) 2014-15 Daniel Gordon (E) Matt Fennell (W) 2013-14 Vadim Halimov (E) Matt Fennell (W) 2012-13 Felix Adjei (E) Jimmy Bilenga (W) 2011-12 Rob Gagliardi (E) Aminu Bello (W) 2010-11 Eric Smith (E) Rob Pierce (W) 2009-10 Jovain Wilson (E) David Korenic (W) 2008-09 Roderick Robinson (E) David Korenic (W) 2007-08 J.P. Amaral (E) Chad Periera (W) 2006-07 Anthony Batchelor (E) Anthony McAleese (W) Maurice Smith (C) 2005-06 Neil O’Sullivan (E) Jean Louis Ouattara (W) Tab Donaldson (C) 2004-05 Andre Harvey (E) Jean Louis Ouattara (W) Andrew Black (C) 2003-04 Ryan Bennison (E) Eric Bulthuis (W) Kevin Dennis (C) 2002-03 Jonathon Bell (E) Eric Bulthuis (W) Martin Ajayi (C) 2001-02 Dale Swift (E) Steve Talbot (W) Fitzroy Woolery (C) 2000-01 Abraham Osman (E) Steve Talbot (W) Dion Horsford (C)

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School Algonquin Sheridan Durham UTM Canadore UTM George Brown Redeemer St. Lawrence-K Lambton Fleming Mohawk George Brown Mohawk Seneca Niagara Durham Mohawk Durham Lambton Fleming St. Clair Centennial St. Clair Georgian Lambton Durham Niagara Sheridan Fleming-P Sault Georgian Loyalist Sault Seneca Algonquin Redeemer Sheridan Algonquin Redeemer Mohawk Fleming-P St. Clair Humber Algonquin St. Clair George Brown

GP 14 20 19 17 19 20 20 16 20 18 20 18 20 18 19 14 15 18 20 18 14 18 18 18 20 18 17 13 15 17 14 14 18 11 15 15 12 12 15 12 14 10 12 15 10 11 15

TP 353 491 421 492 486 496 460 421 474 433 593 511 624 458 419 261 375 440 432 374 321 468 475 418 453 350 430 227 254 389 329 344 427 266 258 303 259 211 411 296 281 231 278 302 244 315 306

AVG 25.2 24.6 22.2 28.9 25.6 24.8 23.0 26.3 23.7 24.1 29.7 28.4 31.2 25.4 22.1 18.6 25.0 24.4 21.6 20.8 23.0 26.0 26.4 23.2 22.7 19.4 25.3 17.5 16.9 22.9 23.5 24.6 23.7 24.2 17.2 20.2 21.6 17.6 27.4 24.7 20.1 23.1 23.2 20.1 24.4 28.6 20.4

Athlete Season 1999-2000 Jason Charlemagne (E) Ernell Ellis (W) Ian Bryan (C) Roger Nurse (E) 1998-99 Tyrone Elliot (W) Bill Crowdis (C) Tim Mathieson (E) 1997-98 Jimmy Parsons (W) Shane Bascoe (C) Travis Chapman (E) 1996-97 Tyler Lillepool (W) Shawn Green (C) Augusto Duquesne (E) 1995-96 George Frempong (W) Augusto Duquesne (E) 1994-95 Steve McGregor (W) Raefer Parray (E) 1993-94 Jim Toole (W) Justin Fontaine 1992-93 Kevin Taylor 1991-92 Justin Jones 1990-91 Micheal Brown 1989-90 Robert Bonnick 1988-89 Robert Bonnick 1987-88 Mark Ortelli 1986-87 Marcel Langlois 1985-86 Gary Gallagher 1984-85 Doug McKinley 1983-84 Leigh Knox 1982-83 1981-82 Duane Mathews 1980-81 Henry Mulder 1979-80 Henry Mulder 1978-79 Mark Koson 1977-78 Dan Rzadkowski 1976-77 Bruce Sheen 1975-76 Bruce Sheen 1974-75 Corey Whelan 1973-74 Marv Snowden 1972-73 Mike Dowling 1971-72 John Hunter 1970-71 Harry Vlachos 1969-70 Mick Tomicic 1968-69 Marv Shaw 1967-68 Dan Mosely-Williams

School Cambrian Niagara Centennial George Brown St. Clair Durham Loyalist St. Clair Sheridan Royal Military Sault Sheridan Durham Sheridan Durham Humber Centennial Lambton Durham George Brown Sheridan Centennial George Brown George Brown Conestoga Algonquin Algonquin Humber St. Lawrence St. Clair St. Lawrence-B St. Lawrence-B Durham Niagara St. Lawrence-K St. Lawrence-K Centennial George Brown Lawrence-K Seneca Sheridan St. Clair Ridgetown Northern-KL

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GP 8 10 15 10 11 15 10 12 12 7 12 10 13 16 12 12 14 14 16 15 22 13 16 13 20 20 22 22 24 16 14 15 12 22 15 17 18 17 16 19 13 10 10 12

TP 177 221 289 204 273 376 216 295 258 168 303 220 294 374 322 260 258 321 329 433 551 276 379 306 487 436 464 519 521 334 319 332 264 475 411 466 478 582 431 452 489 280 226 226

AVG 22.1 22.1 19.3 20.4 24.8 25.7 21.6 24.6 21.5 24.0 25.3 22.0 22.6 23.4 26.8 21.7 18.4 22.9 20.6 28.9 25.0 21.2 23.7 23.5 24.4 21.8 21.1 23.6 21.7 20.9 22.8 22.1 22.0 28.5 27.4 27.4 26.6 34.2 26.9 23.8 37.6 28.0 30.7 18.8


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men's basketball CAREER SCORING LEADERS Athlete School 1. Ajahmo Clarke St. Lawrence-K/Durham/George Brown 2. Vadim Halimov Seneca/George Brown 3. Anthony Batchelor Durham 4. Jovain Wilson Fleming-P/Algoma 5. Eric Smith Durham 6. Branden Padgett Lambton 7. Nick Campbell St. Clair/Sheridan 8. Felix Adjei Seneca 9. J.P. Amaral Georgian 10. Mike Lucier Lambton

Seasons 2008-10/13-15/16-17 (5) 2008-11/12-14 (5) 2004-09 (5) 2007-10/11-13 (5) 2008-11/13-15 (5) 2014-18 (4) 2014-15/16-20 (5) 2009-11/12-15 (5) 2005-10 (5) 2011-16 (5)

FG 792 667 618 600 652 562 591 595 526 533

FT 266 423 452 371 340 399 306 231 350 269

PTS 1,922 1,903 1,833 1,702 1,666 1,598 1,592 1,528 1,526 1,482

INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Points/Game > 87 Marv Snowden, George Brown (1973-74) Most Points/Season > 624 Vadim Halimov, George Brown (2013-14) Most 2 pt. Field Goals/Game > 41 Marv Snowden, George Brown (1974-75) Most 2 pt. Field Goals/Season > 264 Marv Snowden, George Brown (1973-74) Most 3 pt. Field Goals/Game > 14 Samy Mohamed, Algoma (2012-13) Most 3 pt. Field Goals/Season > 87 Tony Duran, Fleming-P (2008-09) Most Free Throws/Season > 162 Vadim Halimov, George Brown (2013-14) Most Free Throws Attempts/Season > 224 Perry Doukas, Centennial (1974-75) Highest Free Throw %/Season > 97 Vasco Yarde, Seneca (1985-86)

TEAM SCORING RECORDS Most Points/Game (1 Team) > 187 Most Points/Game (2 Teams) > 237

Most Points/Season > 2,286 Most 2 pt. Field Goals/Game > 88 Most 2 pt. Field Goals/Season > 959 Most 3 pt. Field Goals/Game > 23 Most 3 pt. Field Goals/Season > 245 Most Free Throws/Season > 574 Most Free Throws Att./Season > 736 Highest Free Throw %/Season > 76.9 Most OCAA Championships > 14 Most Consecutive Championships > 6

George Brown (vs. Georgian 15-Jan-1975) Mohawk vs. Sheridan (6-Feb-2010) Niagara vs. Mohawk (12-Jan-2017) Mohawk vs. St. Clair (16-Nov-2018) Sheridan (1990-91) George Brown (vs. Georgian 15-Jan-1974) George Brown (1973-74) Fleming-P (at La Cité 22-Nov-2008) Seneca (2019-20) St. Clair (1997-98) Sheridan (1990-91) Redeemer (2017-18) Humber Humber (1990 to 1996)

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2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Fanshawe Falcons OCAA Qualifiers Sheridan def. U of T Mississauga* 70-62 Lambton* def. Centennial 96-67 Fanshawe* def. Loyalist 92-54 Durham* def. Conestoga 63-48 George Brown* def. Mohawk 79-62 Algonquin* def. Niagara 71-44 Humber def. St. Lawrence 102-65 *Home Team

OCAA Championship (Hosted by St. Clair College) Quarter-Finals Algonquin def. Lambton 66-52 Fanshawe def. Durham 79-70 St. Clair def. George Brown 74-66 Humber def. Sheridan 85-66

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Semi-Finals Fanshawe def. Algonquin 83-73 St. Clair def. Humber 66-65

Bronze Medal Final Humber def. Algonquin 68-60 Gold Medal Final Fanshawe def. St. Clair 93-80

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division Algonquin 15-1 George Brown 13-3 Durham 13-3 U of T Mississauga 10-6 Centennial 6-10 Loyalist 6-10 St. Lawrence 5-11 Seneca 4-12 0-16 Georgian

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17-1 17-1 14-4 11-7 9-9 9-9 7-11 4-14 2-16 0-18


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women's basketball PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Fanshawe St. Clair 2018-19 Fanshawe St. Clair 2017-18 Humber* Fanshawe 2016-17 Humber Mohawk 2015-16 Humber* Mohawk 2014-15 Humber Mohawk 2013-14 Algonquin Mohawk 2012-13 Algonquin Fanshawe 2011-12 Algonquin Seneca 2010-11 Algonquin Sheridan 2009-10 Sheridan St. Clair 2008-09 Sheridan Seneca 2007-08 Sheridan Seneca 2006-07 Seneca Algoma 2005-06 Seneca Algonquin 2004-05 Humber Algonquin 2003-04 St. Clair Seneca 2002-03 Fanshawe Niagara 2001-02 Humber St. Clair 2000-01 Humber Mohawk 1999-2000 Fanshawe Mohawk 1998-99 Humber Fanshawe 1997-98 Humber Seneca 1996-97 Durham Humber 1995-96 Seneca Fanshawe 1994-95 Fanshawe Mohawk 1993-94 Fanshawe Humber 1992-93 Humber Fanshawe 1991-92 Fanshawe Humber 1990-91 Mohawk Humber 1989-90 Mohawk Seneca 1988-89 Fanshawe Seneca 1987-88 Fanshawe Mohawk 1986-87 Mohawk Centennial 1985-86 Mohawk Fanshawe 1984-85 Fanshawe George Brown 1983-84 Fanshawe Niagara 1982-83 Mohawk Fanshawe 1981-82 Fanshawe Niagara 1980-81 Mohawk Seneca 1979-80 George Brown St. Clair 1978-79 Seneca St. Clair 1977-78 George Brown Seneca 1976-77 Seneca George Brown

Bronze Humber Niagara Mohawk Fanshawe Fanshawe Algonquin St. Clair Humber George Brown Seneca Seneca Fanshawe Fanshawe Algonquin Humber Fanshawe Humber St. Clair Mohawk Seneca Humber Durham Fanshawe Seneca Humber Humber Seneca Seneca Mohawk Seneca George Brown Mohawk Seneca Seneca St. Clair Mohawk Mohawk Seneca St. Clair St. Clair Seneca Mohawk St. Clair St. Clair

Season 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Gold George Brown George Brown George Brown Algonquin Algonquin Fanshawe Niagara Niagara Centennial

Silver St. Clair St. Clair Algonquin Centennial Mohawk Algonquin

Bronze Mohawk Rouyn-Noranda Mohawk

Fanshawe Fanshawe

Algonquin

* Won National Championship ALL-TIME OCAA MEDALISTS - DIVISION II Season Gold Silver 1989-90 Lambton St. Lawrence-K 1988-89 Humber Durham 1987-88 Humber Durham 1986-87 St. Lawrence-K Durham 1985-86 St. Lawrence-K Durham 1984-85 Durham St. Lawrence-K 1983-84 Durham Humber 1982-83 Sheridan Algonquin

Bronze Durham Georgian Georgian Georgian Georgian Georgian Georgian Durham

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women's basketball PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Athlete Season Jade Addai (E) 2019-20 Sam Pocrnic (W) Tianna Sullivan (E) 2018-19 Jana Kucera (W) Tianna Sullivan (E) 2017-18 Jessica Bosma (W) Lindsay Panchan (E) 2016-17 Ceejay Nofuente (W) Lindsay Panchan (E) 2015-16 Karli Marcotte (W) Lindsay Panchan (E) 2014-15 Shannon Kennedy (W) Lacey Knox (E) 2013-14 Shylanda Saunders (W) Lacey Knox (E) 2012-13 Shylanda Saunders (W) Erin Emery (E) 2011-12 Nakia Arthur (W) Dayna Dover (E) 2010-11 Sara Levesque (W) Chantal Gray (E) 2009-10 Donisha Young (W) Rachel Niven (E) 2008-09 Kaitlynn Paulley (W) Hali Burns (W) 2007-08 Erin Rose (E) Danielle D’Ettorre (W) 2006-07 Natasha Thombs (E) Susan Shaw-Davis (W) 2005-06 Judita Jarkovsky (E) Chieko Moriyama (W) 2004-05 Kim Pawluk (E) Bonnie Slaughter (E) 2003-04 Raquel Burke (W)

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School UTM Mohawk George Brown St. Clair George Brown Redeemer Durham Humber Durham Cambrian Durham St. Clair St. Lawrence-K Sheridan St. Lawrence-K Sheridan Durham Sheridan Algonquin St. Clair George Brown Sheridan St. Lawrence-K Humber Sheridan Loyalist Algoma Seneca Mohawk Georgian Georgian St. Clair Durham St. Clair

GP 16 18 17 19 17 20 17 18 14 17 13 18 16 17 18 18 16 18 15 14 16 14 14 11 13 14 12 16 12 13 12 10 13 12

TP 358 394 298 384 374 383 439 394 345 295 325 348 321 318 365 353 295 417 244 287 282 227 312 159 244 217 312 336 200 250 199 160 291 237

AVG 22.4 21.9 17.5 20.2 22.0 19.1 25.8 21.9 24.6 17.4 25.0 19.3 20.1 18.7 20.3 19.6 18.4 23.2 16.3 20.5 17.7 16.2 22.3 15.8 17.2 15.5 26.0 21.0 16.7 19.2 16.6 16.0 22.4 19.8

Season 2002-03

Athlete Bonnie Slaughter (E) Katie Havekes (W) 2001-02 Margaret Masuka (E) Raquel Burke (W) 2000-01 Tanesha McKenzie 1999-2000 Beth Latendresse 1998-99 Michelle Hall 1997-98 Michelle Hall 1996-97 Tanya Sadler 1995-96 Paula Rich 1994-95 Julie Goedhuis 1993-94 Julie Goedhuis 1992-93 Tara Petrachenko 1991-92 Denice Cummings 1990-91 Debbie Grannum 1989-90 Iona Dawes 1988-89 Denise Moray 1987-88 Sandra Hamilton 1986-87 Claudia Delulilio 1985-86 Rhonda Giguere 1984-85 Rhonda Giguere 1983-84 Brenda Mullins 1982-83 Ria Bahadursingh 1981-82 Karen Herbert 1980-81 Donna Lidstone 1979-80 Debbie Cowgill 1978-79 Leslie Dalcin 1977-78 Pullan Hanson April English 1976-77 Franchine Charlebois 1975-76 Diane Pritchard 1974-75 Lynn Fullerton 1973-74 Cross 1972-73

School Durham Fanshawe Seneca St. Clair Seneca Humber Fanshawe Fanshawe Humber Fanshawe Durham Durham Humber Humber George Brown Humber St. Lawrence-K Sheridan Mohawk Algonquin Algonquin St. Clair George Brown George Brown Humber St. Clair Seneca Sheridan George Brown Rouyn George Brown George Brown Humber

Division Legend: (E)=East, (W)=West, (C)=Central

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TP 260 149 249 152 374 311 294 241 260 273 341 258 258 214 325 200 286 175 232 295 254 316 249 205 369 433 317 316 224 174 257 239 257

AVG 21.7 16.6 20.8 16.9 23.4 20.7 18.4 17.2 20.0 19.5 21.3 21.5 18.4 20.3 20.3 25.0 23.8 22.6 19.3 21.1 19.5 22.6 20.8 20.5 20.5 24.1 19.8 19.8 22.4 21.8 16.1 21.7 17.1


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women's basketball CAREER SCORING LEADERS Athlete School 1. Shannon Kennedy St. Clair 2. Riley Williams Fanshawe/Lambton 3. Ceejay Nofuente Humber 4. Natasha Thombs Seneca 5. Tianna Sullivan George Brown 6. Sam Pocrnic Mohawk 7. Aleena Domingo Humber 8. Kelsey Hare Durham 9. Melinda Coker Seneca/Mohawk 10. Stef Hrymak Mohawk

Seasons 2013-18 (5) 2011-12/12-16 (5) 2014-18 (4) 2003-07/08-09 (5) 2015-19 (4) 2016-20 (4) 2012-15/16-18 (5) 2009-14 (5) 1975-78/82-85 2013-18 (5)

FG 530 320 392 491 431 435 497 456 460 386

FT 135 505 224 172 302 232 132 153 195 202

PTS 1,401 1,206 1,180 1,178 1,174 1,170 1,134 1,127 1,115 1,114

INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Points/Game > 55 Most Points/Season > 439 Most 2 pt. Field Goals/Game > 26

Ceejay Nofuente, Humber (11-Jan-2017) Lindsay Panchan, Durham (2016-17) Linda Madden, Mohawk (1978-79) Debbie Cowgill, St. Clair (1979-80) Most 2 pt. Field Goals/Season > 197 Debbie Cowgill, St. Clair (1979-80) Most 3 pt. Field Goals/Game > 13 Ceejay Nofuente, Humber (11-Jan-2017) Most 3 pt. Field Goals/Season > 68 Kelly Killoran, Fleming (2012-13) Most Free Throws/Season > 145 Riley Williams, Lambton (2012-13) Most Free Throw Att./Season > 200 Riley Williams, Lambton (2012-13) Highest Free Throw %/Season > 89.6% Chuot Angou, Fanshawe (2019-20)

TEAM SCORING RECORDS Most Points/Game (One Team) > 125 Humber (vs. Lambton 19-Jan-2018) Most Points/Game (Two Teams) > 211 Conestoga vs. UTM (17-Feb-2018) Most Points/Season > 1,899 Humber (2017-18) Most 2-Point Field Goals/Game > 55 Humber (vs. Cambrian 24-Jan-2016) Most 2-Point Field Goals/Season > 574 Humber (2017-18) Most 3-Point Field Goals/Game > 18 Fleming (vs. Durham 30-Nov-2012) Most 3-Point Field Goals/Season > 184 Humber (2017-18) Most Free Throws/Season > 282 Conestoga (2017-18) Most Free Throw Attempts/Season > 475 Conestoga (2017-18) Highest Free Throw Percentage > 74.2% Algoma (2010-11) Most OCAA Championships > 13 Fanshawe Most Consecutive OCAA Championships > 4 Algonquin (2011 to 2014) Humber (2015 to 2018)

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2019-20 OCAA MEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONS: Fanshawe Falcons PREVIOUS OCAA TEAM MEDALISTS - MEN Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Fanshawe* St. Clair 2018-19 St. Clair* Fanshawe 2017-18 Fanshawe St. Clair 2016-17 Fanshawe Humber 2015-16 Humber Fanshawe 2014-15 Fanshawe Humber* 2013-14 Fanshawe* Humber 2012-13 Fanshawe* Humber 2011-12 Fanshawe Humber 2010-11 Fanshawe* George Brown 2009-10 Fanshawe George Brown 2008-09 Conestoga Fanshawe 2007-08 Fanshawe Conestoga 2006-07 Humber Fanshawe 2005-06 Fanshawe Fleming-P 2004-05 Cambrian Fleming-P 2003-04 Fleming-P Cambrian 2002-03 Fleming-P Georgian 2001-02 Fleming-P Fanshawe 2000-01 Fanshawe Fleming-P 1999-2000 Cambrian St. Clair 1998-99 Cambrian St. Clair 1997-98 Fanshawe St. Lawrence-K 1996-97 St. Lawrence-K Lambton

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Bronze Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan Mohawk Centennial Fleming St. Clair Fleming Fleming-P Fleming-P Cambrian George Brown Humber Cambrian St. Clair St. Clair Lambton Lambton St. Lawrence-K Cambrian Georgian Fanshawe Cambrian Fanshawe

Season Silver Gold 1995-96 Humber Fanshawe 1994-95 Fanshawe Mohawk 1993-94 Cambrian Loyalist 1992-93 Mohawk Fanshawe 1991-92 Mohawk Fanshawe 1990-91 Mohawk St. Clair 1989-90 Sheridan St. Clair 1988-89 George Brown Sheridan 1987-88 Fanshawe Mohawk 1986-87 Fanshawe Mohawk 1985-86 Georgian 1984-85 St. Lawrence-K Mohawk 1983-84 Centennial Mohawk 1982-83 St. Lawrence-K Mohawk 1981-82 St. Lawrence-K Fleming-P 1980-81 St. Lawrence-K Humber 1979-80 St. Lawrence-K Confederation 1978-79 St. Lawrence-K Seneca 1977-78 Seneca Sheridan 1971-72 Mohawk 1970-71 Mohawk 1969-70 Mohawk 1968-69 Sheridan * Won National Championship

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Bronze Lambton Northern Mohawk Loyalist Northern Fleming-P Fanshawe Mohawk Georgian Georgian Fleming-P Georgian Georgian Mohawk Sheridan Centennial Mohawk Georgian


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2019-20 OCAA MEN’S INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Carter Free, St. Clair (Gold); Sandy Freeland, Fanshawe (Silver); Eric Leishman, Cambrian (Bronze) PREVIOUS MEN’S INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Carter Free, St. Clair 2018-19 Kyle Rooke, Mohawk 2017-18 Jordan Kadlecik, Fanshawe 2016-17 Seth Marcaccio, Fanshawe* 2015-16 Rob Asselstine, St. Lawrence-K* 2014-15 Riley Hubbard-Olesky, Fleming 2013-14 Clint Smith, Fanshawe 2012-13 Clint Smith, Fanshawe 2011-12 Sean Sweeney, George Brown 2010-11 Jason Smith, Conestoga 2009-10 Jason Smith, Conestoga 2008-09 David Sharatt, Conestoga 2007-08 David Sharatt, Conestoga 2006-07 Martin Labute, St. Clair 2005-06 Colin Murray-Lawson, Humber 2004-05 Darl Sutherland, Fleming-P

2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89

Deng Kuol, St. Lawrence-K* Deng Kuol, St. Lawrence-K Pat Donker, Lambton James Gosselin, Cambrian James Gosselin, Cambrian James Gosselin, Cambrian Charles Plamondon, La Cité Simon Whitfield, St. Lawrence-K Anthony Biggar, Humber Perry Goodwin, Mohawk Rodney Alderdice, Mohawk Rodney Alderdice, Mohawk Shawn Magny, Fanshawe Rodney Alderdice, Mohawk David Cressman, Fanshawe Darryl Rowan, George Brown

1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69

Larry McGregor, Mohawk Steve Case, Mohawk Steve Case, Mohawk Iain Galloway, Mohawk Tom Johnson, Mohawk David House, Confederation Chris Dickson, St. Lawrence-K Roland Brack, Mohawk Roland Brack, Mohawk Roland Brack, Mohawk Paul Morrison, Mohawk Peter MacDonald, Mohawk Keith Sheardown, Georgian Bill Urie, Mohawk Jim Rea, Seneca

* Won National Championship

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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONS: Laurier Brantford Golden Hawks PREVIOUS OCAA TEAM MEDALISTS - WOMEN Season Gold Silver Bronze 2019-20 Laurier-B UTM Fanshawe 2018-19 Fanshawe* Humber Laurier-B 2017-18 Fanshawe Humber George Brown 2016-17 Humber St. Clair Conestoga 2015-16 Humber Conestoga George Brown 2014-15 Humber St. Clair Conestoga 2013-14 St. Clair Humber Sault 2012-13 Humber Sault Redeemer 2011-12 Humber* George Brown St. Lawrence-B 2010-11 Fanshawe* Humber Fleming-P 2009-10 Fanshawe* George Brown Humber 2008-09 Fanshawe* Humber Redeemer 2007-08 Humber St. Lawrence-K Redeemer 2006-07 Humber Loyalist Fleming-P 2005-06 Georgian Cambrian Redeemer 2004-05 Loyalist Cambrian Redeemer 2003-04 Cambrian George Brown Redeemer 2002-03 Georgian Fanshawe Loyalist 2001-02 Georgian St. Lawrence-K Fleming-P 2000-01 Georgian Fanshawe Cambrian 1999-2000 Cambrian Fanshawe Loyalist 1998-99 St. Clair Cambrian Fanshawe

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Season 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 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78

Gold Cambrian Fanshawe Cambrian St. Clair Cambrian Cambrian Fanshawe St. Clair St. Clair Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk George Brown St. Clair Sheridan Centennial

* Won National Championship

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Silver Fanshawe St. Clair St. Clair Cambrian Loyalist Loyalist St. Clair Loyalist Sheridan St. Clair Georgian Georgian

Bronze St. Clair Mohawk Fleming-L Fanshawe St. Clair St. Clair

St. Lawrence-K George Brown St. Clair St. Clair Georgian Humber Centennial

Georgian St. Clair Confederation Georgian Conestoga Fleming-P Fleming-P

George Brown Fanshawe Fanshawe Redeemer Confederation


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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Vanessa Brown, Laurier Brantford (Gold); Jessica Martin, Fanshawe (Silver); Sophie Glanz, U of T Mississauga (Bronze) PREVIOUS WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Vanessa Brown, Laurier-B 2018-19 Janelle Hanna, Fanshawe 2017-18 Janelle Hanna, Fanshawe 2016-17 Mary Strain, Cambrian 2015-16 Emily Marcolini, Cambrian 2014-15 Lindsay Webster, Humber 2013-14 Courtney Brohart, St. Lawrence-K 2012-13 Richelle Moore, St. Lawrence-K 2011-12 Vicky Siemon, Humber 2010-11 Liliane Sparkes, Fanshawe 2009-10 Liliane Sparkes, Fanshawe* 2008-09 Dawn Martin, St. Lawrence-B 2007-08 Ingrid Golemiec-Stover, St. Lawrence-K 2006-07 Lisa Lee, Humber 2005-06 Amanda Kosmerly, Cambrian 2004-05 Jutta Merilainen, Loyalist 2003-04 Jutta Merilainen, Loyalist 2002-03 Chantal Demers, Cambrian 2001-02 Chantal Demers, Cambrian

2000-01 1999-2000 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

Chantal Demers, Cambrian Sarah Heipel, Cambrian Paula Wiltse, St. Lawrence-B Daina Stevens, Cambrian Marlene MacLennan, Fanshawe Michelle Wigmore, Fleming-L Nancy Schuster, Cambrian Amanda Kosmerly, Cambrian Shelly Mallen, Loyalist Ruth Nogalo, Fanshawe Julie-Kay Lang, Loyalist Carolyn Stewart, St. Lawrence-K Tunde Reti, Fanshawe Lisa Amsden, Mohawk Lisa Amsden, Mohawk Lisa Amsden, Mohawk Brenda Kennedy, Georgian Kim Jelly, Mohawk Lorna Hearty, Cambrian

1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78

Yvonne Kohler, Mohawk Jude Gooch, George Brown Arlene Kendal, George Brown Linda Kirk, Humber Marilyn Ashton, Sheridan

* Won National Championship

CCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Men 2016-17 Seth Marcaccio, Fanshawe 2015-16 Rob Asselstine, St. Lawrence-K 2012-13 Andrew DeGroot, St. Clair 2003-04 Deng Kuol, St. Lawrence-K Women 2009-10 Liliane Sparkes, Fanshawe

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2019-20 OCAA MEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks PREVIOUS OCAA TEAM MEDALISTS - MEN Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Humber Mohawk 2018-19 Fanshawe Sault 2017-18 Fanshawe Sault 2016-17 Humber Fanshawe 2015-16 Fanshawe Sault 2014-15 Sault Fleming* 2013-14 Sault Humber 2012-13 Fanshawe Confederation 2011-12 Sault Fanshawe* 2010-11 Fanshawe Fleming-P 2009-10 Fleming-P Niagara 2008-09 Fleming-P Niagara 2007-08 Confederation Niagara 2006-07 Seneca Mohawk 2005-06 Seneca Fleming-P 2004-05 Confederation Seneca 2003-04 Algoma Algonquin 2002-03 Confederation Mohawk 2001-02 Confederation Algonquin 2000-01 Algonquin Confederation 1999-2000 Algonquin Fleming-P 1998-99 Seneca Fleming-P 1997-98 Mohawk Confederation 1996-97 Algonquin Georgian 1995-96 Durham Algonquin 1994-95 Durham Confederation 1993-94 Georgian Durham

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Bronze Fanshawe Humber Niagara Mohawk Humber* Fanshawe Fanshawe Sault Fleming-P Niagara Fanshawe Sault Seneca Algonquin Fleming-L Fleming-P Confederation Algonquin Seneca Sault Confederation Sault Cambrian Confederation Confederation Cambrian Cambrian

Season 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 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Gold Seneca Sault Fleming-L Fanshawe Mohawk Fanshawe* Algonquin Humber Confederation* Seneca Fanshawe Confederation Algonquin Algonquin Algonquin St. Lawrence-K Confederation Georgian Mohawk Loyalist Durham Algonquin Seneca St. Clair Sault Confederation

* Won National Championship

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Bronze

Algonquin Georgian Mohawk Georgian Algonquin Seneca Algonquin

Georgian Fleming-P Georgian Fanshawe Confederation Georgian Georgian

Fanshawe Seneca Sheridan Georgian Sheridan

Mohawk Cambrian St. Lawrence-K Confederation St. Clair

Confederation Algonquin

Durham Centennial


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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks PREVIOUS OCAA TEAM MEDALISTS - WOMEN Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Humber Sault 2018-19 Fanshawe Humber 2017-18 Niagara Fanshawe* 2016-17 Humber Niagara 2015-16 Seneca* Fanshawe 2014-15 Fanshawe* Humber 2013-14 Fanshawe Mohawk 2012-13 Niagara Confederation 2011-12 Sault Humber 2010-11 Algonquin Mohawk 2009-10 Mohawk Confederation 2008-09 Fleming-P Confederation 2007-08 Fleming-P Algoma 2006-07 Fleming-P Algoma 2005-06 Confederation Fleming-P 2004-05 Confederation Fleming-P 2003-04 Algonquin Fleming-P 2002-03 Confederation Mohawk 2001-02 Confederation Georgian 2000-01 Confederation Georgian 1999-2000 Confederation Sault 1998-99 Confederation Sault 1997-98 Seneca Sault 1996-97 Confederation Georgian 1995-96 Algonquin Georgian 1994-95 Seneca Durham 1993-94 Georgian Cambrian

Bronze Fanshawe Fleming Fleming Fanshawe Confederation Mohawk Sault Fanshawe* Fanshawe* Fanshawe Fleming-P

Mohawk Mohawk Niagara Confederation Fleming-P Mohawk Fleming-P Georgian Confederation Sault Confederation Georgian Sault

Season 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 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69

Gold Cambrian Cambrian Confederation Confederation* Confederation* Fanshawe Canadore Cambrian* Mohawk Centennial Durham Seneca Centennial Cambrian Centennial Confederation Centennial Fanshawe Rouyn Rouyn Sault Algonquin Lambton Lambton Humber

Silver

Bronze

Fanshawe Georgian Mohawk Northern Cambrian Mohawk Mohawk

Georgian Mohawk Georgian Georgian Confederation Seneca Georgian

Loyalist Centennial Durham Seneca Centennial

Cambrian Loyalist Cambrian Cambrian Georgian

Durham St. Lawrence-K

Centennial Sheridan

* Won National Championship

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PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS - MIXED Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Niagara-1 Humber-1 2018-19 Humber Fanshawe 2017-18 Sault Fanshawe 2016-17 Humber Sault 2015-16 Fanshawe Sault 2014-15 Sault Humber 2013-14 Humber Niagara 2012-13 Fanshawe Sault 2011-12 Seneca Fanshawe 2010-11 Seneca St. Clair 2009-10 Fleming-P Algoma 2008-09 Algoma St. Clair 2007-08 Mohawk Confederation 2006-07 Algonquin Fleming-P 2004-05 St. Clair Algonquin 2003-04 Mohawk Algonquin 2002-03 Algonquin Fleming-L 2001-02 Seneca Confederation 2000-01 Seneca Fleming-P 1999-2000 Confederation Fleming-L 1998-99 Fleming-L Niagara 1997-98 Algonquin Fleming-L 1996-97 Niagara Mohawk 1995-96 Sault Seneca 1994-95 Confederation Niagara 1993-94 Confederation Niagara

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Bronze Humber-2

Fanshawe Humber St. Clair Algonquin Humber St. Clair Algoma St. Clair Mohawk Fleming-P St. Clair Confederation St. Clair Confederation Mohawk Confederation Georgian Cambrian Mohawk Seneca Algonquin Mohawk Algonquin

Season Gold 1992-93 Confederation 1991-92 Niagara 1990-91 Cambrian 1989-90 Georgian 1988-89 Georgian 1987-88 Confederation* 1986-87 Fanshawe 1985-86 Algonquin 1984-85 Algonquin 1983-84 Seneca 1982-83 Seneca 1981-82 Seneca 1980-81 Seneca 1979-80 Lambton 1978-79 Sault 1977-78 Sault 1976-77 St. Clair 1975-76 Sault 1974-75 Sheridan 1973-74 Sheridan 1972-73 Northern-KL 1971-72 Sheridan 1970-71 Lambton/Sheridan * Won National Championship

Silver

Bronze

Georgian Confederation Fanshawe Algonquin Mohawk Confederation Canadore

Canadore Georgian Confederation Fanshawe Fanshawe Algonquin Confederation

Fanshawe Niagara St. Lawrence-K Georgian Sheridan

Algonquin Algonquin Georgian Confederation Seneca

Humber Sheridan

Seneca Seneca

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2019-20 OCAA MEN’S TEAM DIVISION I CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks

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golf PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS - MEN DIVISION I Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Humber Fanshawe 2018-19 Humber Fanshawe 2017-18 Humber Georgian 2016-17 Niagara* Georgian 2015-16 Niagara Humber 2014-15 Humber Georgian 2013-14 Humber Georgian 2012-13 Humber* Georgian 2011-12 Humber* Georgian 2010-11 Humber* Durham 2009-10 Humber* Georgian 2008-09 Humber Niagara 2007-08 Humber* Niagara 2006-07 Humber* Durham 2005-06 Durham Humber 2004-05 Durham Humber* 2003-04 Humber* Niagara 2002-03 Humber* Niagara 2001-02 Humber* Niagara 2000-01 Humber Georgian 1999-2000 Georgian Humber 1998-99 Georgian Humber 1997-98 Humber Georgian 1996-97 Humber Fleming-P 1995-96 Durham 1994-95 Seneca Niagara 1993-94 Durham Fleming-P 1992-93 Fanshawe Sheridan 1991-92 Mohawk Fleming-P 1990-91 Centennial Fleming-P 1989-90 Durham Georgian 1988-89 Durham Seneca 1987-88 Seneca Fanshawe 1986-87 Fanshawe Seneca/Sheridan 1985-86 Conestoga Sheridan 1984-85 Conestoga Canadore 1983-84 Sheridan 1982-83 Georgian Conestoga 1981-82 Sheridan Mohawk 1980-81 Georgian Mohawk 1979-80 Seneca Humber 1978-79 Mohawk 1977-78 Humber 1976-77 Humber 1975-76 Niagara 1974-75 Humber 1973-74 Humber 1972-73 Algonquin 1971-72 Centennial

Bronze St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Durham Humber Georgian Durham Niagara Niagara Durham Georgian Durham Durham St. Clair Niagara Niagara* Georgian Durham Durham Durham Niagara Fleming-P Fleming-P St. Lawrence-B Georgian Durham St. Clair Mohawk Niagara Fanshawe Fleming-P/Mohawk Canadore Georgian

Season 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Gold Centennial Seneca Mohawk Mohawk

*Won National Championship PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS - MEN DIVISION II Season Gold Silver Bronze 2019-20 St. Clair 2018-19 St. Clair Mohawk Seneca 2017-18 Niagara St. Lawrence-K Sault 2016-17 Seneca St. Clair Mohawk 2015-16 St. Clair Mohawk Confederation 2014-15 Mohawk Fleming Sault 2013-14 Mohawk St. Clair Durham 2012-13 Fanshawe St. Lawrence-B Mohawk 2011-12 Fleming-P Mohawk Confederation 2010-11 Seneca Fleming-P St. Lawrence-K 2009-10 Cambrian St. Lawrence-K George Brown 2008-09 Fleming-P St. Lawrence-K Boréal 2007-08 Fleming-P Confederation Boréal 2006-07 Fleming-P George Brown Fleming-L 2005-06 Confederation Fanshawe Fleming-P 2004-05 Fanshawe Confederation Fleming-P 2003-04 Fanshawe St. Clair George Brown

Fanshawe Niagara/St. Clair Sheridan Humber Humber St. Lawrence-K

Iz Hustler

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2019-20 OCAA MEN’S INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Thomas Code, Fanshawe (Gold); Conner Watt, Humber (Silver); Jamaal Moussaoui, St. Lawrence (Bronze) PREVIOUS MEN’S INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Thomas Code, Fanshawe 2018-19 Braydon White, Fanshawe 2017-18 Conner Watt, Humber 2016-17 Josiah Dixon, Niagara* 2015-16 Evan Littlefield, Niagara 2014-15 Michael Rizzetto, Mohawk 2013-14 Christian McCullough, Humber 2012-13 Colton Kalkanis, Georgian* 2011-12 Mark Hoffman, Humber 2010-11 Mark Hoffman, Humber 2009-10 Mike Zizek, Humber 2008-09 Mike Zizek, Humber 2007-08 Matt Hunter, Niagara 2006-07 James Castle, Humber Tyler Martin, Durham Ryan Willoughby, Humber 2005-06 Will Mitchell, Durham 2004-05 Tyler Martin, Durham 2003-04 Robert Pelletier, Niagara

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2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 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

Jim Currie, Humber Jon Hackett, Humber Mike Rose, Humber Graham Hegler, Georgian Graham Hegler, Georgian Pat Treude, Humber Pat Treude, Humber Mike Stauffer, Durham Tim Caine, Fleming-P Paul Strother, Seneca Rob Gribbons, Canadore Ryan Hughes, Durham Ryan Hughes, Durham Ryan Hughes, Durham Ryan Hughes, Durham Gabe Rapini, Seneca Gabe Rapini, Seneca Mike Poutenan, St. Lawrence-B Rob Rogerson, Sheridan

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1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Steve Irving, Georgian Steve Irving, Georgian Steve Irving, Georgian Tom Jackson, Humber Wayne Ritchie, St. Lawrence-B Jed Allick, Northern-KL Jim Goddard, Humber Peter Hilbert, Lambton Alex Bober, Fanshawe Rick Haynes, St. Clair Craig Patterson, Mohawk Brian Harrocks, Algonquin Ted Holland, Centennial D. Hay, Sheridan Bill Wolski, St. Clair L. Bradshaw, Seneca Dan Hasson, St. Clair

* Won National Championship


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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S TEAM CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks

PREVIOUS OCAA TEAM MEDALISTS - WOMEN Season

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Season

Gold

2019-20

Humber

Fanshawe

Georgian

2008-09

Humber*

2018-19

Fanshawe

2007-08

2017-18

Humber

2016-17 2015-16

Georgian* Humber Georgian Humber

2014-15

St. Clair

2013-14

Silver

Bronze

Humber*

Georgian

Fanshawe

2006-07

Humber

Georgian

Fanshawe

Seneca

2005-06

Durham

St. Clair*

Humber

St. Clair

2004-05

Humber

Durham

Georgian

Humber*

Humber

2003-04

Humber*

Georgian

Durham

Humber

Georgian

Georgian

2002-03

Georgian*

Humber

Boréal

2012-13

St. Clair

St. Clair

Georgian

2001-02

Georgian

Humber

Boréal

2011-12

Durham*

Durham

2000-01

Georgian*

Humber

2010-11

Durham*

Georgian

1999-2000

Humber

Georgian

2009-10

Humber

Georgian

* Won National Championship

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2019-20 OCAA WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS (clockwise from top left): Hayley McCallum, Humber (Gold); Shannon Coffey, St. Clair (Silver); Elaine Surjoprajogo, Humber (Bronze) PREVIOUS WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 2019-20 Hayley McCallum, Humber 2004-05 Eva Kovacs, Humber 2018-19 Alyssa Stoddart, Fanshawe 2003-04 Jamie Trowbridge, Humber 2017-18 Emilie Tyndall, Georgian 2002-03 Katie Ferguson, Georgian* 2016-17 Lorelle Weavers, Niagara 2001-02 Katie Ferguson, Georgian 2015-16 Lorelle Weavers, Niagara 2014-15 Adrienne D’Alessio, Humber 2013-14 Adrienne D’Alessio, Humber CCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 2012-13 Tiffany Albath, Durham Men 2011-12 Tiffany Albath, Durham 2016-17 Josiah Dixon, Niagara 2010-11 Kayleigh Kraemer, Durham 2013-14 Colton Kalkanis, Georgian 2009-10 Danielle Green, Humber 2012-13 Colton Kalkanis, Georgian 2011-12 Adrian Cord, Humber 2008-09 Danielle Dunlop, Niagara 2010-11 David Lang, Humber 2007-08 Maggie Trainor, Humber 2009-10 Chris Hargest, Niagara 2006-07 Hillary Salvian, Humber 2007-08 James Castle, Humber 2005-06 Stephanie Brown, Durham 2006-07

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2000-01 Lisa Proctor, Humber 1999-2000 Angela MacDonald, Humber 1998-99 Angela MacDonald, Humber 1997-98 Kerri Moffat, Humber * Won National Championship Men 2005-06 2004-05 2002-03

Tyler Martin, Durham Mike Sizek, Humber Ryan Lamb, Humber

Women 2016-17 2014-15 2007-08 2002-03 2000-01

Addison Wallwin, Georgian Lorelle Weavers, Niagara Shauna Wilde, Humber Katie Ferguson, Georgian Katie Ferguson, Georgian


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2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Durham Lords

OCAA Semi-Finals Durham* def. Seneca 45-12 Georgian* def. Humber 22-19

OCAA Qualifiers Seneca* def. St. Lawrence 30-17 Humber def. Algonquin* 20-10

OCAA Bronze Medal Final Humber def. Seneca* 33-22 OCAA Gold Medal Final Durham def. Georgian* 22-17 *Home Team

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division Team Record Durham 5-1 Algonquin 5-1 St. Lawrence 2-4 Fleming 0-6

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Points 30 21 16 14 10 0


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MEN’S RUGBY PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS - DIVISION I Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Durham Georgian 2018-19 Durham Georgian 2017-18 Sheridan St. Lawrence-K 2016-17 Georgian Fleming 2015-16 Trent Georgian 2014-15 Humber Trent 2013-14 Humber Algonquin 2012-13 Humber Trent 2011-12 Humber Seneca 2010-11 Humber Mohawk 2009-10 Mohawk Humber 2008-09 Humber Fleming-P 2007-08 Humber Seneca 2006-07 Mohawk Humber 2005-06 Seneca Fleming-P 2004-05 Seneca Fleming-P 2003-04 Seneca Fleming-P 2002-03 Seneca Georgian 2001-02 Seneca Georgian 2000-01 Mohawk Fleming-P 1999-2000 Fleming-P Seneca 1998-99 Fleming-P Georgian 1996-97 Georgian Fleming-L * Won National Championship

Bronze Humber Algonquin Georgian St. Lawrence-K Algonquin Algonquin Conestoga Seneca Trent Seneca Seneca Mohawk Fleming-P Seneca Conestoga Mohawk Conestoga Fleming-P Fleming-P Seneca Mohawk Fleming-L

PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS - DIVISION II Season Gold Silver Bronze 2011-12 Loyalist Algonquin St. Lawrence-K 2010-11 Loyalist Georgian 2009-10 Loyalist Georgian 2008-09 St. Lawrence-K Loyalist

Hayden Parkins

Evan Sim-Spence

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MEN’S RUGBY PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Season Athlete School 2019-20 Ty Jacob (E) Durham Ryan Connolly (W) Georgian 2018-19 Kristan Merritt (E) Algonquin Ryan Connolly (W) Georgian 2017-18 Mark Scholl (E) Algonquin Jad Hamade (W) Sheridan 2016-17 Mark Petro (E) St. Lawrence-K Edwin Sarfo (W) Georgian 2015-16 Hayden Ryan (E) Trent James Innis (W) Conestoga 2014-15 Graham Abbott (E) Fleming Johnny Sheridan (W) Humber 2013-14 Gabriel Epprecht (E) Trent James Mitchell (W) Humber 2012-13 Chad Bain (E) Seneca Phil Boone (W) Humber 2011-12 Phil Boone (D-I) Humber Connor McCann (D-II) Loyalist 2010-11 Chris VanSickle (D-I) Mohawk Jared DeJong (D-II) Georgian 2009-10 Chris VanSickle (D-I) Mohawk Justin Voskamp (D-II) Loyalist 2008-09 Graham Haigh (D-I) Humber Sergio Grice (D-II) St. Lawrence-K 2007-08 Adam Chianillo Humber 2006-07 James Cumpson Mohawk 2005-06 Eric Hannah Seneca 2004-05 Arthur Krawczyk Seneca 2003-04 Paolo Felice Seneca

GP 6 6 6 6 5 6 6 4 6 5 6 5 6 6 6 6 5 4 7 6 7 6 7 4 7 6 6 5 7

T 7 4 5 4 4 5 1 5 18 8 2 5 3 10 10 14 9 6 9 9 5 4 7 1 13 1 14 9 7

C 20 19 23 38 9 18 16 12 0 0 18 41 13 18 0 48 19 0 28 0 24 10 20 12 15 27 20 0 28

Pen 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 1 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 2

Pts 78 58 71 96 38 67 67 49 90 40 58 107 44 86 50 166 86 30 122 45 76 43 84 41 101 59 110 45 82

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CAREER SCORING LEADERS Athlete 1. Phil Boone 2. John Sheridan 3. Justin Tota T4. James Cumpson T4. Eric Hannah 6. Chris VanSickle 7. James Mitchell 8. Adam Chianillo 9. Ryan Connolly 10. Graham Abbott

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School Humber Humber Humber/Sheridan Mohawk Seneca Mohawk Humber Humber Georgian Trent

Seasons 2010-12 (3) 2013-14 (2) 2014/17-19 (4) 2006-08 (3) 2003-05/2011 (4) 2009-10 (2) 2012-13 (2) 2005-07/2012-13 (5) 2017-19 (3) 2009-12/2014 (5)

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T 24 15 36 11 33 14 24 26 9 9

C 77 71 12 66 20 52 34 15 60 37

Pen 3 0 1 6 0 8 0 2 0 8

Pts 283 217 207 205 205 198 188 166 165 143


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MEN’S RUGBY INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Tries/Game > 6 Most Tries/Season > 18 Most Converts/Game > 14

Phil Boone, Humber (28-Oct-2012) Hayden Ryan, Trent (2015) John Sheridan, Humber (2-Oct-2013) John Sheridan, Humber (27-Sep-2014) Most Converts/Season > 48 Phil Boone, Humber (2012) Most Penalties/Game > 5 Stefan Mackey, St. Lawrence-K (4-Oct-2014) Mark Petro, St. Lawrence-K (9-Sep-2016) Most Penalties/Season > 13 Sean Swietlinski, Georgian (2007) Most Points/Game > 46 Phil Boone, Humber (28-Oct-2012) Most Points/Season > 166 Phil Boone, Humber (2012)

TEAM SCORING RECORDS Most Tries/Game > 21 Most Tries/Season > 107 Most Converts/Game > 14

Humber (vs. Mohawk 20-Oct-2012) Humber (2012) Humber (at Mohawk 2-Oct-2013) Humber (vs. Mohawk 27-Sep-2014) Most Converts/Season > 64 Humber (2012) Most Penalties/Game > 5 St. Lawrence-K (vs. Fleming 4-Oct-2014) St. Lawrence-K (vs. Algonquin 9-Sep-2016) Most Penalties/Season > 13 Georgian (2007) Most Points/Game (1 Team) > 129 Humber (vs. Mohawk 20-Oct-2012) Most Points/Game (2 Teams) > 129 Humber (vs. Mohawk 20-Oct-2012) Most Points/Season > 663 Humber (2012) Most OCAA Championships > 7 Humber Most Consecutive Championships > 5 Seneca (2001 to 2005) Humber (2010 to 2014)

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WOMEN’S RUGBY SEVENS

2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Algonquin Thunder

OCAA Championship (Hosted by Loyalist College) Quarter-Finals Seneca def. St. Lawrence 26-12 Algonquin def. Conestoga 25-5

Semi-Finals Durham def. Seneca 19-14 Algonquin def. Humber 24-10

Consolation Final St. Lawrence def. Conestoga 17-12 Bronze Medal Final Seneca def. Humber 32-12 Gold Medal Final Algonquin def. Durham 24-14

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division Durham 10-2 Algonquin 9-3 St. Lawrence 5-7 Loyalist 4-8 Fleming 4-8

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WOMEN’S RUGBY SEVENS PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Season Gold 2019-20 Algonquin 2018-19 Humber 2017-18 Seneca 2016-17 Humber

Silver Durham Algonquin Humber Conestoga

Bronze Seneca Seneca Loyalist Seneca

PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Athlete Season Cheyenne De Luca 2019-20 Cheyenne De Luca 2018-19 Christina Branch 2017-18 Michaela Knowles 2016-17

School Humber Humber Humber Conestoga

GP 14 14 12 16

CAREER SCORING LEADERS Athlete 1. Christina Branch 2. Cheyenne De Luca 3. Michaela Knowles 4. Harlynn Beauchamp-Phillips 5. Julia Fantin T6. Daniella Grant T6. Leah Pedis 8. Kierstyn Bennett 9. Bailey Meraw 10. Zoey Siciliano

School Humber Humber Conestoga Fleming Seneca Humber Algonquin Loyalist Loyalist Seneca

Seasons 2016-19 (4) 2016-19 (4) 2016-17 (2) 2017-19 (3) 2017-19 (3) 2016-18 (3) 2017-19 (3) 2017-18 (2) 2017-18 (2) 2018-19 (2)

T 31 21 20 26

C 4 3 40 5

GP 60 57 32 39 40 38 40 23 28 25

Pen 1 0 0 0

T 65 74 41 34 28 32 26 20 23 22

Pts 166 111 180 140

C 106 7 9 2 15 0 15 10 1 2

Pen 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 537 387 223 174 170 160 160 120 117 114

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WOMEN’S RUGBY SEVENS INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Tries/Game > 5 Michaela Knowles, Conestoga (1-Oct-2016) Cheyenne De Luca, Humber (22-Sep-2018) Kaylah Moehling, Durham (19-Oct-2019) Most Tries/Season > 31 Cheyenne De Luca, Humber (2019) Most Converts/Game > 6 Christina Branch, Humber (21-Oct-2017) Tatiana Fitzgerald, Humber (20-Oct-2018) Most Converts/Season > 40 Christina Branch, Humber (2017) Most Penalty Kicks/Game > 1 Cheyenne De Luca, Humber (21-Sept-2019) Most Penalty Kicks/Season > 1 Cheyenne De Luca, Humber (2019) Most Points/Game > 30 Christina Branch, Humber (5-Oct-2019) Most Points/Season > 180 Christina Branch, Humber (2017) TEAM SCORING RECORDS Most Tries/Game > 9 Most Tries/Season > 87 Most Converts/Game > 6

Humber (vs. Mohawk 1-Oct-2016) Humber (2016) Humber (vs. Sheridan 24-Sep-2016) Humber (vs. Sheridan 21-Oct-2017) Humber (vs. Sheridan 22-Sep-2018) Humber (vs. Seneca 20-Oct-2018) Humber (vs. Conestoga 19-Oct-2019) Most Converts/Season > 54 Humber (2017) Most Penalty Kicks/Game > 1 Humber (vs. Sheridan 21-Sept-2019) Most Penalty Kicks/Season > 1 Humber (2019) Most Points/Game (1 Team) > 52 Humber (vs. Seneca 20-Oct-2018) Humber (vs. Conestoga 19-Oct-2019) Most Points/Game (2 Teams) > 63 Fleming vs. Seneca (5-Oct-2019) Most Points/Season > 533 Humber (2017) Most OCAA Championships > 2 Humber Most Consecutive Championships > 1 Multiple Times

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MEN’S SOCCER

2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks

OCAA Qualifiers U of T Mississauga* def. Centennial 6-1 Algonquin* def. Niagara 3-1 Fanshawe* def. Cambrian 10-0 Seneca* def. St. Clair 7-1 Sheridan* def. St. Lawrence 5-1 Humber* def. George Brown 2-1 Durham* def. Lambton 3-1 *Home Team

OCAA Championship (Hosted by Fleming College) Quarter-Finals Humber def. Algonquin 1-0 Seneca def. U of T Mississauga 6-2 Sheridan def. Durham 2-0 Fanshawe def. Fleming 3-0

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Semi-Finals Humber def. Seneca 2-1 Fanshawe def. Sheridan 2-0

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division Algonquin 7-1 Durham 7-1 Seneca 7-1 George Brown 4-4 St. Lawrence 3-3-2 Centennial 3-5 Cambrian 1-5-2 Fleming 0-5-3 Sault 0-7-1

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Bronze Medal Final Seneca def. Sheridan 5-1 Gold Medal Final Humber def. Fanshawe 3-0

West Division Fanshawe U of T Mississauga Sheridan Humber St. Clair Lambton Niagara Mohawk Redeemer Conestoga

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


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MEN’S SOCCER PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Humber Fanshawe 2018-19 Humber* Sheridan 2017-18 Durham Algonquin 2016-17 Humber* Algonquin 2015-16 Humber* Algonquin 2014-15 Algonquin Humber 2013-14 Humber* Algonquin 2012-13 Humber* Seneca 2011-12 Humber Sheridan 2010-11 Humber Sheridan 2009-10 Algonquin Seneca* 2008-09 Algonquin Sheridan 2007-08 Algonquin George Brown 2006-07 Algonquin* Humber 2005-06 Algonquin Seneca 2004-05 Algonquin Humber 2003-04 Seneca Algonquin 2002-03 Algonquin* Seneca 2001-02 Humber* Algonquin 2000-01 Humber St. Clair 1999-2000 Algonquin Humber 1998-99 Humber Centennial 1997-98 Durham Humber 1996-97 Fanshawe Durham 1995-96 Humber* Mohawk 1994-95 Humber Mohawk 1993-94 Fanshawe Seneca 1992-93 Sheridan Mohawk

Bronze Seneca Fanshawe Humber George Brown Fanshawe Sheridan* Sheridan Sheridan Conestoga Seneca Fanshawe Seneca Seneca George Brown Humber Mohawk Fanshawe Humber Fanshawe Fanshawe Durham Conestoga Fanshawe Algonquin Durham Durham Mohawk St. Clair

Season 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 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69

Gold Seneca Sheridan Mohawk* Durham Seneca Seneca* Seneca* Sheridan Seneca Seneca Mohawk Durham Conestoga Fanshawe Fanshawe Algonquin Algonquin Fanshawe George Brown George Brown Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Seneca

Silver Centennial Mohawk Durham Seneca Durham Mohawk Sheridan Durham Fleming-P Humber Seneca Fleming-P George Brown Sheridan Sheridan Humber Centennial St. Lawrence-K

Bronze Conestoga Seneca Centennial Mohawk Fleming-P Durham Durham Seneca* Sheridan Durham Durham Seneca Durham St. Lawrence-K St. Lawrence-K Centennial Humber

Seneca Fanshawe Seneca Seneca St. Clair

* Won National Championship Other National Champions from OCAA include: Durham 2019-20

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MEN’S SOCCER PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Athlete Season Malek Belhaj 2019-20 Filipe Vilela 2018-19 Filipe Vilela 2017-18 Robert M’Boko 2016-17 Jordan Lidia 2015-16 Mike Marcoccia David Velastegui 2014-15 Nicholas Lindsay 2013-14 Gabriel Poulino 2012-13 Jose Bruno Mota 2011-12 Jose Bruno Mota 2010-11 Robert Malbasic 2009-10 Noel Ellerton 2008-09 Robert Malbasic 2007-08 Mike Aigbokie 2006-07 Kwame Osei 2005-06 Kadian Lecky 2004-05 Robert Pereira Bojan Djokovic 2003-04 Kadian Lecky 2002-03 Mark Magier 2001-02 Jesse Calabro 2000-01 1999-2000 Jesse Calabro Patrick Dickenson 1998-99 Dan Mihelic Walter Nedeldovski Paul Ferreira 1997-98 Kenny March 1996-97 Peter Ajani 1995-96 Adolfo Mella 1994-95

School Algonquin George Brown George Brown Fanshawe St. Clair Fanshawe Sheridan Sheridan St. Clair La Cité La Cité St. Clair George Brown St. Clair Humber Humber Humber Fanshawe Conestoga Seneca Fanshawe Humber Humber Loyalist Conestoga Centennial Fanshawe Royal Military Algonquin Humber

GP 8 9 8 8 9 9 8 6 6 7 8 11 11 8 7 8 8 8 7 10 10 10 9 5 6 6 6 8 6 8

G 17 14 10 9 13 13 9 11 7 13 14 17 14 12 16 13 13 13 10 14 13 13 12 6 7 7 13 13 11 12

AVG 2.13 1.56 1.25 1.13 1.44 1.44 1.13 1.83 1.17 1.86 1.75 1.55 1.27 1.50 2.29 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.43 1.40 1.30 1.30 1.33 1.20 1.17 1.17 2.17 1.63 1.83 1.50

Season 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 1979-80

1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70

Athlete Victor Mendes Robert Magowski Victor Mendes Daniel Vandenburg Humberto Pereira William Giummarra Andrew Loague Juan Carlos Camus Marcel Desmueles Ron Didanieli Mario Bruno Billy Pagonis Steve McNab Mike Everson Mike Everson Manuel Vieira Victor Ekaette John Dancevic Alex Graham Jim Takas Guy Riccardi Stan Bombino Roy D’Acosta P. Cimino Manuel Brandao George Kostopoulos

School St. Lawrence-K Sheridan St. Lawrence-K Mohawk Conestoga Seneca Sheridan Durham Conestoga Durham Durham Seneca Conestoga Fleming-P Fleming-P Algonquin St. Lawrence-B George Brown Fleming Sheridan Fanshawe Durham Alqonquin Centennial St. Lawrence-K George Brown

Dominic Pomante Ted Gastis Steve Goodwin

Seneca George Brown Fanshawe

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G 13 8 8 5 13 10 15 17 13 8 17 13 11 17 19 13 12 14 14 14 12 13 14

21 18

AVG 1.86 1.00 1.00 0.71 1.30 1.25 2.14 1.70 1.44 1.14 1.70 1.08 1.10 2.13 1.90 1.63 2.00


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MEN’S SOCCER CAREER SCORING LEADERS School Athlete St. Clair 1. Robert Malbasic Fleming (P) 2. Mike Everson George Brown 3. Noel Ellerton Algonquin/La Cité 4. Jose Bruno Mota Humber 5. Jesse Calabro George Brown 5. Filipe Vilela Algonquin 7. Mike Caruso Mohawk/Sheridan 8. Athan Pepas Durham 9. Mario Bruno Sheridan 10. Luciano DeLuca Records are incomplete prior to 1976-77 season INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Goals/Game > 9 Most Goals/Season > 21

Seasons 2007-11 (5) 1981-83 (3) 2006-09/12 (5) 2008/10-11 (3) 1997-2000 (4) 2017-19 (3) 1997-2000 (4) 1980-84 (5) 1984-86 (3) 1985-87 (3)

Goals 55 47 38 36 35 35 34 33 32 31

Joe Maneiro, Algonquin (24-Sep-2006) Dominic Pomante, Seneca (1971)

TEAM SCORING RECORDS Most Goals/Game (1 Team) > 24 Algonquin (vs. St. Lawrence-B 24-Sep-2006) Most Goals/Game (2 Teams) > 24 Algonquin vs. St. Lawrence-B 24-Sep-2006) Most Goals/Season > 53 Algonquin (1997) Algonquin (2006) Most OCAA Championships > 13 Humber Most Consecutive Championships > 6 Algonquin (2004 to 2009) PREVIOUS OCAA MEN’S INDOOR SOCCER MEDALISTS Gold Silver Bronze Season George Brown Fanshawe UTM 2018-19 2017-18 Humber George Brown UTM 2015-16 Humber St. Clair George Brown 2014-15 Humber Centennial George Brown 2013-14 Redeemer Conestoga Centennial 2012-13 Sheridan Humber Fanshawe 2011-12 Humber Seneca Sheridan 2010-11 Humber Sheridan St. Lawrence-K 2009-10 Sheridan Fleming-P Conestoga 2008-09 Humber Sheridan George Brown 2007-08 Redeemer Humber George Brown 2006-07 George Brown Humber Sheridan 2005-06 Humber George Brown Sheridan 2004-05 Humber Sheridan Centennial 2003-04 Humber Durham Centennial 2002-03 Humber Seneca Conestoga

Season 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 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

Bastien Aguilera Gold Humber Humber Seneca Humber Humber St. Lawrence-K St. Lawrence-K Humber Centennial Centennial Conestoga Centennial George Brown Conestoga Centennial George Brown

Silver Seneca Sheridan Fleming-L Centennial George Brown Conestoga

Bronze Sheridan Seneca Humber Royal Military Centennial Centennial

Centennial Humber

Durham St. Lawrence-K

Centennial Conestoga Conestoga Centennial Humber

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2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Fanshawe Falcons

OCAA Qualifiers Algonquin* def. St. Clair 1-0 (OT) Fanshawe* def. Centennial 7-0 Niagara def. St. Lawrence* 3-2 Seneca* def. Conestoga 5-0 Sheridan* def. George Brown 3-0 Humber* def. Sault 13-0 Durham* def. Mohawk 1-0 *Home Team

OCAA Championship (Hosted by Redeemer University) Quarter-Finals Fanshawe def. Niagara 2-0 Sheridan def. Algonquin 1-0 Seneca def. Redeemer 4-0 Humber def. Durham 3-0

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Semi-Finals Fanshawe def. Sheridan 5-1 Seneca def. Humber 2-1

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division 9-0 Seneca Algonquin 8-1 Durham 7-2 St. Lawrence 5-3-1 George Brown 5-4 Sault 2-6-1 Centennial 2-7 Fleming 2-7 Cambrian 1-6-2 1-6-2 Loyalist

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West Division Fanshawe Humber Sheridan Niagara Mohawk St. Clair Conestoga U of T Mississauga Redeemer Lambton

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


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WOMEN’S SOCCER PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Fanshawe Seneca 2018-19 Fanshawe Humber 2017-18 Algonquin Humber 2016-17 Algonquin Humber 2015-16 Algonquin Seneca 2014-15 Seneca Algonquin 2013-14 Algonquin Seneca 2012-13 Humber Fanshawe 2011-12 Humber Algonquin 2010-11 Humber Fanshawe 2009-10 Fanshawe Durham 2008-09 Humber Algonquin 2007-08 Durham Humber 2006-07 Durham Algonquin 2005-06 Fanshawe Sheridan 2004-05 Durham Humber 2003-04 Durham Algonquin 2002-03 Algonquin Durham

Bronze Humber Durham Fanshawe Cambrian St. Clair Cambrian Humber Centennial Fanshawe Algonquin Humber Seneca Algonquin Humber Mohawk Sheridan Fleming-P Humber

Season 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 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

Gold Humber Humber Humber Mohawk Durham Fanshawe Seneca Fanshawe Fanshawe Conestoga Conestoga Seneca Fanshawe St. Clair St. Lawrence-K Algonquin Algonquin Sheridan

Silver Algonquin Centennial Mohawk Humber Algonquin Conestoga Fanshawe Centennial Fleming-P Durham Fanshawe Redeemer George Brown Loyalist St. Clair

Bronze Fanshawe Mohawk St. Clair Seneca Mohawk Algonquin Conestoga Conestoga Durham Fanshawe Loyalist Fanshawe Mohawk Lambton Fleming-P

St. Lawrence-K Fleming-P Algonquin St. Lawrence-K

Makayla Rudder

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WOMEN’S SOCCER PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Athlete Season School Jade Kovacevic 2019-20 Fanshawe Jade Kovacevic 2018-19 Fanshawe Tiffany Johnson 2017-18 Cambrian Vanessa MacMillan Algonquin 2016-17 Jade Kovacevic 2015-16 Fanshawe Tiffany Johnson 2014-15 Cambrian Sydney Midwood 2013-14 St. Lawrence-K Megan Arsenault 2012-13 Durham Marisa Oliveira Fanshawe Ashley Hagen 2011-12 Mohawk Sydney Midwood 2010-11 Algonquin Katie Watts 2009-10 Durham Katie Watts 2008-09 Durham Katie Szeghalmi 2007-08 Durham Brittany Micucci 2006-07 Durham Jana Cryderman 2005-06 Durham

GP 9 10 9 11 10 8 9 8 6 8 8 11 11 8 7 7

G 24 30 21 26 26 16 12 8 6 12 11 18 20 12 13 12

CAREER SCORING LEADERS School Athlete Fanshawe 1. Jade Kovacevic Cambrian 2. Tiffany Johnson Humber 3. Joanna Vitale Durham 4. Katie Watts Humber T5. Keyla Moreno Algonquin/St. Lawrence-K T5. Sydney Midwood Algonquin 7. Vanessa MacMillan Durham T8. Brittany Micucci Humber T8. Connie Tamburello Algonquin T8. Jaymie Baldree

INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Goals/Game > 9 Most Goals/Season > 30 TEAM SCORING RECORDS Most Goals/Game (1 Team) > 17 Most Goals/Game (2 Teams) > 18 Most Goals/Season > 82 Most OCAA Championships > 8 Most Consecutive Championships > 3

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AVG 2.67 3.00 2.33 2.36 2.60 2.00 1.33 1.00 1.00 1.50 1.38 1.64 1.82 1.50 1.86 1.71

Season 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91

Seasons 2015-16/18-19 (4) 2014-17 (4) 1999-2002 (4) 2008-10 (3) 2008-12 (5) 2010-11/12-13/15 (5) 2014-16 (3) 2006-08 (3) 2004-05/07-08/10 (5) 2009-13 (5)

Athlete Megan MacDonald Laura Dixon Melissa Guertin Joanna Vitale Joanna Vitale Joanna Vitale Sarah Keating Melanie Moulton Colleen Webster Jen Taggart Jen Taggart Tammy Baker Denise Morey Denise Morey Amy Laforet

School Algonquin Durham Algonquin Humber Humber Humber Fanshawe Fanshawe St. Lawrence-K Seneca Seneca Durham St. Lawrence-K St. Lawrence-K St. Clair

Goals 103 83 56 42 37 37 36 35 35 35

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GP 6 8 8 10 10 10 6 6 6 6 6 6 8 8 6

G 10 18 12 16 13 15 9 13 15 11 12 9 13 18 10

AVG 1.67 2.25 1.50 1.60 1.30 1.50 1.50 2.17 2.50 1.83 2.00 1.50 1.63 2.25 1.67


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WOMEN’S SOCCER PREVIOUS OCAA WOMEN’S INDOOR SOCCER MEDALISTS Season Gold Silver Bronze 2018-19 Humber Fanshawe Mohawk 2017-18 Humber Seneca Fanshawe 2016-17 Humber St. Clair Fanshawe 2015-16 Seneca Fanshawe Sheridan 2014-15 St. Clair Fanshawe Sheridan 2013-14 Seneca Humber Conestoga 2012-13 Humber Seneca Durham 2011-12 Humber Seneca Sheridan 2010-11 Humber Durham Fanshawe 2009-10 Fanshawe Humber Seneca 2008-09 Humber Fanshawe Conestoga 2007-08 Fanshawe Fleming-P Humber 2006-07 Durham Humber Seneca 2005-06 Centennial Mohawk Humber 2004-05 Centennial Durham Fleming-P

Season 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91

Gold Royal Military Durham Royal Military Humber Humber Humber George Brown St. Lawrence-K Conestoga Centennial Centennial Sheridan Sheridan Redeemer

Silver Humber Centennial George Brown Sheridan St. Lawrence-K Nipissing

Bronze Durham Sheridan St. Lawrence-K Seneca St. Clair Royal Military

Conestoga George Brown Loyalist Conestoga

Centennial Centennial Conestoga Humber

Conestoga

Centennial

Sona Makulova

Angelika Mihalopulos

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2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks

OCAA Championship (Hosted by Fanshawe College) Games 1-4 Humber def. Conestoga 11-1 Durham def. St. Clair 6-2 St. Clair def. Conestoga 9-0 Humber def. Durham 3-1

Bronze Medal Final* Durham def. St. Clair 3-2 *Winner advanced to Gold Medal Gold Medal Final Humber def. Durham 3-2

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS Humber 19-5 Durham 19-5 St. Clair 15-9 Conestoga 14-10 Fanshawe 12-12 Mohawk 5-19 Seneca 0-24

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WOMEN’S SOFTBALL PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Silver Season Gold Durham 2019-20 Humber St. Clair 2018-19 Durham St. Clair 2017-18 Durham St. Clair 2016-17 Durham Humber 2015-16 Durham Conestoga 2014-15 St. Clair St. Clair 2013-14 Humber Durham 2012-13 Humber 2011-12 Durham Humber 2010-11 Durham St. Clair 2009-10 St. Clair Durham Durham 2008-09 St. Clair Mohawk 2007-08 Durham St. Clair 2006-07 Durham Durham 2005-06 St. Clair Seneca 2004-05 Durham Seneca 2003-04 Durham Canadore 2002-03 Durham Durham 2001-02 Mohawk Seneca 2000-01 Durham

Bronze St. Clair Fanshawe Mohawk Fanshawe Fanshawe Durham Conestoga St. Clair St. Clair Mohawk Seneca Mohawk St. Clair Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Conestoga Mohawk

Season 1999-2000 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 1981-82

Gold Seneca Durham Durham Conestoga Conestoga Durham Seneca Durham Durham Conestoga Conestoga Conestoga Seneca Seneca Seneca Durham Durham Durham Seneca

Silver Durham Conestoga Seneca Seneca Durham Conestoga Durham Seneca Seneca Mohawk Durham Loyalist Durham Conestoga Centennial Seneca Centennial Seneca Sheridan

Bronze Mohawk Mohawk Conestoga Mohawk Seneca Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Conestoga Seneca Loyalist Durham Loyalist Centennial Durham Centennial Seneca St. Lawrence-K Durham

Kennedi Roth

Jenna Hillman

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WOMEN’S SOFTBALL PREVIOUS TOP BATTERS Season Athlete 2019-20 Shelby Hayward 2018-19 Michaela Rilett 2017-18 Marina Christie 2016-17 Brittany Bell 2015-16 Brittany Bell 2014-15 Skyler Patteson 2013-14 Skyler Patteson 2012-13 Melissa Semeniuk 2011-12 Janna Hagan 2010-11 Erin Dewey 2009-10 Samantha Roelofsen 2008-09 Erin Dewey 2007-08 Trisha Whaley 2006-07 Karen McWilliams 2005-06 Kristy Kelly 2004-05 Katie Jones 2003-04 Pam Cassano 2002-03 Shannon Glover 2001-02 Allison Scime Ruth Yzerman

School Mohawk St. Clair Durham Conestoga Conestoga St. Clair St. Clair Durham Durham Durham Durham Durham St. Clair Durham Durham Seneca Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Conestoga

Avg .494 .554 .520 .500 .554 .523 .509 .544 .577 .677 .595 .543 .571 .513 .467 .457 .545 .532 .500 .500

Season 2000-01 1999-2000 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

Athlete Melissa Pigeau Melanie Bomberry Stacie Arsenault Jill Kuntz Tara Mowder Heather Anderson Kelly Chilton Tara Mowder Dana O’Neil Kim Blakely Marie Newall Debbie Vandenriessch Cindy Anderson Wendy Rowbotham Kathy Adams S. Diane McIntyre Sue Blacklock Cathy Swan Lee-Ann Quinn Kathy O’Toole

School Durham Mohawk Conestoga Conestoga Seneca Canadore Conestoga Seneca Mohawk Durham Conestoga Mohawk Conestoga Loyalist Loyalist Centennial Conestoga Centennial Seneca St. Lawrence-K

Avg .552 .561 .632 .481 .516 .500 .609 .421 .484 .538 .667 .632 .542 .563 .400 .571 .518 .406 .714 .578

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WOMEN’S SOFTBALL CAREER BATTING LEADERS Athlete 1. Erin Dewey 2. Jessica O’Quinn 3. Kelsey Bardy 4. Skyler Patteson 5. Melissa Semeniuk 6. Kady Hawkins 7. Brittany Bell 8. Marina Christie 9. Lauren McLaughlin 10. Rachel Dotzert *Minimum 75 At-Bats PREVIOUS TOP PITCHERS Season Athlete 2019-20 Presly Buchanan 2018-19 Ashley Black 2017-18 Olivia Elliott 2016-17 Alexa Georgiou 2015-16 Allison Telfer 2014-15 Lauren Ruf 2013-14 Alexa Georgiou 2012-13 Kristine Miles 2011-12 Shannon Galea 2010-11 Samantha Newton 2009-10 Kayla MacLean 2008-09 Jenny Koschanow 2007-08 Kandice Bagely 2006-07 Danielle Smith 2005-06 Lauren Smith 2004-05 Erin Smith 2003-04 Krystal Eckersall 2002-03 Erin Smith 2001-02 Erin Smith 2000-01 Patricia Cowman 1999-2000 Shannon Tabb 1998-99 Shannon Tabb 1997-98 Jill Kuntz 1996-97 Debbie Wadsworth 1995-96 Fawn Day 1994-95 Fawn Day

School Durham Humber Humber St. Clair Durham Fanshawe Durham/Conestoga Durham Seneca Fanshawe

School Humber Durham St. Clair St. Clair St. Clair Conestoga St. Clair Durham Durham St. Clair Durham Mohawk St. Clair Durham St. Clair Durham Mohawk Durham Durham Durham Durham Durham Conestoga Seneca Conestoga Conestoga

W 6 10 9 10 13 9 11 5 4 5 4 4 5 9 4 6 3 6 5 5 7 5 7 8 6 6

Seasons 2008-10 (3) 2011-13 (3) 2011-13 (3) 2013-16 (4) 2011-12 (2) 2014-16 (3) 2011/14-17 (5) 2015/17 (2) 2012-14 (3) 2014-17 (4)

L 2 1 3 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 4 2

ERA 1.21 1.87 1.83 1.91 2.48 2.41 0.94 1.71 1.50 3.27 1.75 3.35 0.75 1.58 1.20 0.00 1.06 2.17 1.16 0.23 0.97 0.70 2.14 4.20 2.05 2.29

Avg .559 .547 .537 .495 .481 .478 .472 .465 .451 .447

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WOMEN’S SOFTBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Runs/Game > 6 Most Runs/Season > 37

Samantha MacCallum, Durham (4-Oct-14) Sarah Bondy, St. Clair (2015) Skyler Patteson, St. Clair (2015) Most Hits/Game > 5 Tara Mowder, Seneca (1995) Lynsey Snowball, Canadore (2005) Erica Dewey, Durham (2008) Erin Dewey, Durham (2008) Karie Neddo, Durham (2008) Elizabeth Curley, Seneca (2012) Ellsa Gregoris, Humber (24-Sep-2015) Sarah Seifried, Durham (11-Sep-2016) Cassidy Wettlaufer, Conestoga (10-Oct-2017) Megan Lumley, St. Clair (14-Oct-2017) Samantha Fuller, Fanshawe (19-Sep-2018) Cassie Leader, Conestoga (28-Sep-2018) Erica Culp, Conestoga (15-Oct-2018) Most Hits/Season > 48 Sarah Bondy, St. Clair (2015) Most RBI/Game > 7 Kayla Gammie, Durham (4-Oct-2014) Sarah Seifried, Durham (11-Sep-2016) Hayley Pearce, St. Clair (16-Sep-2017) Most RBI/Season > 37 Elisa Gregoris, Humber (2018) Highest Batting Average/Season > .714 Lee-Anne Quinn, Seneca (1994) Most Innings Pitched/Season > 115.2 Aimee Leduc, Mohawk (2017) Most Strike Outs/Game > 17 Debbie Wadsworth, Seneca (1999) Rebecca Cunningham, Seneca (2009) Most Strike Outs/Season > 119 Debbie Wadsworth, Seneca (1999)

TEAM RECORDS Most Runs/Game (1 Team) > 35 Most Runs/Game (2 Teams) > 35 Most Runs/Season > 224 Most Hits/Game > 33 Most Hits/Season > 290 Most RBI/Game > 35 Most RBI/Season > 201 Most Strike Outs/Game > 17 Most Strike Outs/Season > 170 Most OCAA Championships > 20 Most Consecutive Championships > 4

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MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Humber Hawks

OCAA Qualifiers Georgian* def. St. Clair 3-2 Niagara* def. George Brown 3-1 Humber* def. Centennial 3-0 Fanshawe def. Canadore* 3-0 Conestoga* def. Loyalist 3-0 Durham* def. Mohawk 3-0 Redeemer* def. Algonquin 3-2 *Home Team

OCAA Championship (Hosted by Fleming College) Quarter-Finals Durham def. Redeemer 3-0 Fanshawe def. Conestoga 3-1 Humber def. Fleming 3-0 Georgian def. Niagara 3-1

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Semi-Finals Durham def. Fanshawe 3-1 Humber def. Georgian 3-0

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division Durham 16-2 Georgian 15-3 Canadore 14-4 Fleming 10-8 Algonquin 10-8 George Brown 9-9 Loyalist 9-9 Centennial 5-13 Seneca 1-17 La Cite 1-17

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West Division Humber Conestoga Niagara Redeemer Fanshawe St. Clair Mohawk Sheridan Boreal Cambrian

18-0 14-4 12-6

11-7 9-9 8-10 8-10 8-10 2-16 0-18


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MEN’S VOLLEYBALL PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Humber Durham 2018-19 Fanshawe* Humber 2017-18 Fanshawe Humber 2016-17 Mohawk Durham 2015-16 Fanshawe Mohawk 2014-15 Niagara St. Clair 2013-14 Mohawk Humber 2012-13 Nipissing* Mohawk 2011-12 Humber* Nipissing 2010-11 Humber Redeemer 2009-10 Humber Seneca 2008-09 Algonquin Seneca 2007-08 Mohawk Algonquin 2006-07 Algonquin Mohawk 2005-06 Mohawk Durham 2004-05 Humber Seneca 2003-04 Niagara Humber 2002-03 Loyalist Niagara 2001-02 Loyalist Niagara 2000-01 Niagara Loyalist 1999-2000 Niagara Durham 1998-99 Loyalist Humber 1997-98 Loyalist Fleming-P 1996-97 Loyalist Algonquin 1995-96 Durham Humber 1994-95 Loyalist Cambrian 1993-94 Sheridan Humber

Bronze Georgian Redeemer Redeemer Fanshawe Sheridan Mohawk Fanshawe Redeemer Mohawk Mohawk Redeemer Mohawk Humber Fanshawe Algonquin Durham Durham Seneca Durham Seneca Seneca Algonquin Humber Durham Seneca Durham Cambrian

Season 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 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Gold Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan Centennial Loyalist Mohawk Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan* Mohawk Mohawk Sheridan Sheridan Algonquin Algonquin Algonquin Humber Humber Rouyn Rouyn Mohawk Fanshawe George Brown Mohawk

Silver Cambrian Seneca Cambrian Cambrian Loyalist Loyalist Sheridan Centennial Centennial Durham

Bronze Durham Loyalist Durham Durham Centennial Durham Centennial Sheridan Durham Fanshawe

* Won National Championship

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MEN’S VOLLEYBALL PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Season Athlete School 2019-20 Richard Bucar (E) Algonquin Frankie Friesen (W) St. Clair 2018-19 Michel Leblanc (E) La Cité Nicolas Pirnat (E) La Cité Wesley Lau (W) Conestoga 2017-18 Xavier Demers (E) La Cité Cole Jordan (W) Fanshawe

GP 57 56 65 65 52 72 51

2016-17 Michel Leblanc (E) Clayton Blanchette (W) 2015-16 Jacob White (E) Eric Girard (W) 2014-15 Ben Hoftyzer (E) Terrel Bramwell (W) 2013-14 Philippe Yeldon (E)

La Cité Humber

69 66

Fleming Mohawk Loyalist Humber Algonquin

68 56 65 63 65

Mathieu Poulin (W) 2012-13 Philippe Yeldon (E) Shayne Petrusma (W) 2011-12 Keith Marier (E) Terrel Bramwell (W) 2010-11 P.J. Cornelius (E)

Fanshawe Algonquin Niagara La Cité Humber Durham

62 73 63 79 48 62

Justin Scapinello (W) 2009-10 Kyle Donnan (E) Terrel Bramwell (W) 2008-09 Mike Hammond (E) Steve Pawelczyk (W) 2007-08 Matt Marajanski (E) Ben Cambridge (CE)

Mohawk Loyalist Humber Georgian Mohawk Algonquin Cambrian

Jasmin Cull (CW) Ryan Talsma (W) 2006-07 Mathieu Gatien (E) J.R. Sapienze (CE) Jasmin Cull (CW) Dave Berghout (W) 2005-06 Mathieu Gatien (E) Brett Dailey (CE) Brent Carter (CW) Justin Guerin (W) 2004-05 Jeff Birrell (E) Adam Schiedel (CE) Darren Beattie (CW) Rich VanderWeir (W) 2003-04 Tim Trites (E) Adam Schiedel (CE) George Macut (CW) Justin Ross (W)

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Pts 273 293 284 286 266 329 244 316 379

Avg 4.8 5.2 4.4 4.4 5.1 4.6 4.8 4.6 5.7

Season 2002-03

347 228 310 389 359 319

5.1 4.1 4.8 6.2 5.5

2000-01

374 254 404 323 296

5.1 5.1 4.0 5.1 6.7 4.8

54 65 51 63 54 32 58

217 302 301 281 289 142 186

4.0 4.7 5.9 4.5 5.4 4.1 3.2

Mohawk Redeemer La Cité Seneca Mohawk Redeemer La Cité Seneca Mohawk Fanshawe Loyalist Durham

41 39 44 47 36 39 50 45 36 42 46 48

230 214 168 195 209 156 220 233

5.6 5.5 3.8 4.2 5.8 4.0 4.4 5.2

Mohawk Redeemer Fleming-P Durham Mohawk Niagara

43 45 19 51 46 47

152 178 211 229 179 198 205 254 246 197

4.2 4.2 4.6 4.8 4.2 4.4 4.2 5.0 5.3 4.2

2001-02

Athlete Robert Guenette (E) Joey Martins (E) Brent Tripp (E) Sucha Randhawa (C) Carter Walls (W) Robert Guennette (E) Pascal Simard (C) Colin DeRaaf (W) George Macut (W)

Derek Knight (E) Kanitha Boranprasit (C) Travis Hohner (C) George Macut (W) 1999-2000 Devin Blakeley (E) Mathew Tim (W) 1998-99 Mike Varvaresos (E) Michael Brejak (W) 1997-98 Todd Boys (E) Tim Pennefather (W) 1996-97 Devin Blakeley (E)

1995-96 1994-95

Todd Boys (E) Eugene Selva (W) Daryl Reid (E) Devin Blakeley (W) Todd Boys (E) Robb Kerkhoff (W)

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GP 21 26 28 41 44 34 51 15 14 59 60 57 58 52 43 52 53 42

Pts 82 102 109 204 230 154 233 227 218

Avg 3.9 3.9 3.9 5.0 5.2 4.5 4.6 3.8 3.8

287 304 291 282 280

4.9 5.1 5.1 4.9 5.4 4.9

39 44

209 343 298 307 200 243

38 38 37 53 54 51

208 208 160 286 260 278

6.6 5.6 7.3 5.1 5.5 5.5 5.5 4.3 5.4 4.8 5.5


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MEN’S VOLLEYBALL CAREER STATISTIC LEADERS Athlete School 1. Terrel Bramwell Humber 2. Erich Perau Fleming/Georgian 3. Jason Hernandez Seneca/St. Clair 4. Keith Marier Algonquin/La Cité 5. Josh Butler Sheridan

Seasons Kills 2009-12/13-15 (5) 1,080 2014-18/18-19 (5) 966 2008-11/13-15 (5) 950 2010-14 (4) 910 2011-16 (5) 903

Athlete 1. Joel Howes 2. Darien Haynes 3. Clay Couchman 4. Andre Brown 5. Christian Zimmer

School Fleming Georgian Fleming Humber Trent

Seasons Blocks 2015-20 (5) 270 2014-19 (5) 268 2009-11/12-15 (5) 251 2009-14 (5) 240 2011-16 (5) 213

Athlete 1. Liam Gray 2. Matt Woods 3. Costa Solanakis 4. Ian Rettie T5. Jasmin Cull T5. Josh Harris

School Georgian/Durham Loyalist Algonquin Trent Loyalist/Mohawk Redeemer/Algonquin

Seasons 2015-19/19-20 (5) 2007/12 (5) 2006-10/2011-12 (5) 2005-10 (5) 2002-03/05-08 (4) 2006-07/2008-12 (5)

Athlete 1. Terrel Bramwell 2. Jason Hernandez 3. Josh Butler 4. Erich Perau T5. D'Artaniel Jackman T5. Wesley Lau

School Humber Seneca/St. Clair Sheridan Fleming/Georgian George Brown Conestoga

Seasons Points 2009-12/13-15 (5) 1,291 2008-11/13-15 (5) 1,145 2011-16 (5) 1,104 2014-18/18-19 (5) 1,095 2013-18 (5) 1,076 2014-19 (5) 1,076

Athlete 1. Liam Butchereit 2. Eli Tolkamp 3. Joshua Neadow 4. Michael Vandinther 5. David Gundrum

School Sheridan Redeemer Trent Georgian Fanshawe

Seasons 2016-20 (4) 2013-18 (5) 2006-11 (5) 2010-14 (4) 2014-19 (5)

Brayden Stoffers

Aces 246 167 147 133 121 121

Digs 808 731 699 664 648

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MEN’S VOLLEYBALL INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS Most Kills/Match > 36 Most Kills/Season > 346 Most Blocks/Match > 14 Most Blocks/Season > 86 Most Aces/Match > 15 Most Aces/Season > 80 Most Points/Match > 40

Terrel Bramwell, Humber (2011-12) Keith Marier, La Cité (2011-12) Ian McAlpine, Algonquin (2013-14) Clay Couchman, Fleming (2012-13) Liam Gray, Georgian (26-Oct-2018) Liam Gray, Georgian (2018-19) Terrel Bramwell, Humber (2010-11) Terrel Bramwell, Humber (2011-12) Ben Hoftyzer, Loyalist (31-Jan-2016) Most Points/Season > 404 Keith Marier, La Cité (2011-12) Statistics begin in 1999-2000 season to reflect 1999 volleyball rule changes

TEAM SCORING RECORDS Most Kills/Match > 81 Most Kills/Season > 902 Most Blocks/Match > 40

La Cité (at Algonquin 14-Feb-2018) La Cité (2011-12) Nipissing (vs. Canadore 1999-2000) Cambrian (vs. Durham 2007-08) Most Blocks/Season > 236 Fleming (2012-13) Most Aces/Match > 28 Niagara (at Boréal 2013-14) Most Aces/Season > 183 Redeemer (2019-20) Most Points/Match > 109 Cambrian (vs. Durham 2007-08) Most Points/Season > 1,183 La Cité (2011-12) Most OCAA Championships > 11 Sheridan Most Consecutive Championships > 6 Sheridan (1989 to 1994) Statistics begin in 1999-2000 season to reflect 1999 volleyball rule changes

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WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

2019-20 OCAA CHAMPIONS: Fanshawe Falcons

OCAA Qualifiers Algonquin* def. Redeemer 3-1 Niagara* def. Georgian 3-0 Fanshawe* def. Loyalist 3-0 Mohawk def. George Brown* 3-0 St. Clair* def. La Cite 3-0 Humber* def. Seneca 3-0 Durham* def. Sheridan 3-1 *Home Team

OCAA Championship (Hosted by Canadore College) Quarter-Finals Fanshawe def. Mohawk 3-1 St. Clair def. Algonquin 3-0 Humber def. Canadore 3-0 Durham def. Niagara 3-0

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Semi-Finals Fanshawe def. St. Clair 3-1 Humber def. Durham 3-0

REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS East Division Durham 18-0 Algonquin 15-3 Canadore 15-3 George Brown 11-7 Georgian 11-7 La Cite 7-11 Seneca 5-13 Loyalist 5-13 Centennial 3-15 Fleming 0-18

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West Division Fanshawe Humber St. Clair Niagara Mohawk Redeemer Sheridan Cambrian Conestoga Boreal

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woMEN’S VOLLEYBALL PREVIOUS OCAA MEDALISTS Season Gold Silver 2019-20 Fanshawe Humber 2018-19 Fanshawe Niagara 2017-18 Humber Niagara 2016-17 Humber Durham 2015-16 Humber Niagara 2014-15 Humber Durham 2013-14 Humber Fanshawe 2012-13 Humber Nipissing 2011-12 Humber Cambrian 2010-11 Humber Nipissing 2009-10 Humber Nipissing 2008-09 Humber Nipissing 2007-08 Humber Nipissing 2006-07 Nipissing Humber 2005-06 Humber Nipissing 2004-05 Cambrian Humber 2003-04 Humber Durham 2002-03 Cambrian Niagara 2001-02 Durham Cambrian 2000-01 Cambrian Humber 1999-2000 Humber Cambrian 1998-99 Durham Humber 1997-98 Humber Algonquin 1996-97 St. Clair Durham 1995-96 Seneca Cambrian 1994-95 Seneca St. Clair 1993-94 Seneca Durham

Bronze St. Clair Durham St. Clair Niagara Fanshawe Niagara Trent Cambrian Nipissing Fanshawe Mohawk Algonquin Mohawk Mohawk Mohawk Durham Cambrian Humber Mohawk Seneca Durham Seneca Sheridan Cambrian Nipissing Humber St. Clair

Season 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 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Gold Seneca Seneca Seneca Seneca Centennial Seneca Centennial Durham Sheridan Seneca Georgian Seneca Seneca Mohawk Seneca Conestoga Algonquin Algonquin Mohawk Rouyn Rouyn Fanshawe Fanshawe Niagara Fanshawe Fanshawe

Silver Sheridan Sheridan Humber

Bronze Durham Humber Cambrian

Seneca Centennial Sheridan Centennial Centennial Centennial St. Clair

Humber Durham Seneca Sheridan Seneca Sheridan Mohawk

* Won National Championship

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woMEN’S VOLLEYBALL PREVIOUS SCORING CHAMPIONS Season Athlete 2019-20 Rylee Leger (E) Janelle Albert (W) 2018-19 Breanne Scheerhoorn (E) Te-Anna Stephenson (W) 2017-18 Sara Piana Yafu (E) Breanna Golding (W) 2016-17 Sara Piana Yafu (E) Jordan Koslowski (W) 2015-16 Sara Piana Yafu (E) Thalia Hanniman (W) 2014-15 Tina O’Donnell (E) Thalia Hanniman (W) 2013-14 Liza Grenon (E) Kelly Nyhof (W) 2012-13 Shawna Metcalf (E) Kelly Nyhof (W) 2011-12 Shawna Metcalf (E) Liza Grenon (W) 2010-11 Shawna Metcalf (E) Stefanie Hancock (W) 2009-10 Shawna Metcalf (E) Jennifer Knowles (W) 2008-09 Meagan McLellan (E) Stefanie Hancock (W) 2007-08 Jodi VanEngen (E) Kristen Martel (CE) Leah Waxman (CW) Katie Seys (W) 2006-07 Sarah Hazelwood (E) Laura Fowler (CE) Megan Stacey (CW) Heidi Bench (W) 2005-06 Laura Lynch (E) Kim Ward-Paige (CE) Megan Stacey (CW) Heidi Bench (W) 2004-05 Line Prud’homme (E) Lisa Martin (CE) Megan Stacey (CW) Stephanie Femia (W) 2003-04 Shandie Tanner (E) Erin Smith (CE) Megan Stacey (CW) Tracy Smith (W) 2002-03 Meghan Lusted (E) Elizabeth Salas (C) Carlena Van Driel (W)

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School Algonquin Fanshawe Algonquin St. Clair Loyalist Humber Loyalist Niagara Loyalist Humber Seneca Humber Canadore Humber Cambrian Humber Cambrian Canadore Cambrian Nipissing Cambrian Mohawk Georgian Nipissing Fleming-P Cambrian Mohawk Fanshawe Algonquin Cambrian Nipissing Niagara Trent Georgian Nipissing Niagara La Cité Cambrian Nipissing Fanshawe Loyalist Durham Nipissing Niagara Durham Humber Redeemer

GP 52 55 50 62 64 48 61 63 77 42 59 55 59 56 67 52 62 59 59 60 79 69 76 64 51 46 45 45 37 55 44 51 45 48 44 54 49 39 51 55 52 47 45 51 37 43 56

Pts 205 322 228 297 362 213 303 267 402 195 222 244 261 274 338 274 242 218 259 282 354 257 334 304 195 207 189 220 144 268 207 237 172 235 212 216 199 200 308 215 171 203 301 202 124 174 216

Avg 3.9 5.9 4.6 4.8 5.7 4.4 5.0 4.2 5.2 4.6 3.8 4.4 4.4 4.9 5.0 5.3 4.6 4.6 4.4 4.7 4.5 3.7 4.4 4.8 3.8 4.5 4.2 4.9 3.9 4.9 4.7 4.7 3.8 4.9 5.0 4.0 4.1 5.1 6.0 3.9 3.3 4.3 6.7 4.0 3.4 4.0 3.9

Season 2001-02

Athlete Claire Bramma (E) Erin McCausland (C) Christina Taouil (W) 2000-01 Claire Bramma (E) Tauja Hinds (C) Christina Taouil (W) 1999-2000 Claire Bramma (E) Barbara Legiec (C) Julia Brand (W) 1998-99 Claire Bramma (E) Christine Rudics (C) Michelle Vanberkel (W) 1997-98 Amanda Beresford (E) Christine Rudics (C) Michelle Park (W) 1996-97 Kim Ryan (E) Grachella Garcia (C) Kristine Verbeek (W) 1995-96 Christine Rudics 1994-95 Christine Rudics Joanie Fisher

School Royal Military Cambrian St. Clair Royal Military Centennial St. Clair Royal Military Humber Mohawk Royal Military Humber Redeemer St. Lawrence-K Humber Sheridan Canadore Cambrian Sheridan Humber Humber Durham

GP 45 34 49 45 39 50 58 28 39 50 36 46 44 39 33 45 26 40 52 52 48

Pts 198 176 242 213 175 241 294 94 174 206 191 208 190 230 206 221 109 182 247 205 187

Avg 4.4 5.2 4.9 4.7 4.5 4.8 5.1 3.4 4.5 4.1 5.3 4.5 4.3 5.9 6.2 4.9 4.2 4.6 4.8 3.9 3.9

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Seasons 2011-16 (5) 2009-13 (4) 2015-18 (3) 2009-14 (5) 2003-07 (4)

Kills 993 960 879 873 821

Athlete 1. Stephanie Bignell 2. Hannah Campbell 3. Mandi Doris 4. Sarah MacLaren 5. Kelly Nyhof

School Fanshawe Georgian Durham Trent Humber

Seasons 2010-15 (5) 2010-15 (5) 2005-10 (5) 2011-16 (5) 2009-14 (5)

Blocks 239 221 217 209 198

Athlete 1. Kirsten Talsma 2. Erin McClean 3. Jillian Shell 4. Amanda Kuiper 5. Landis Doyle

School Fleming-P/Loyalist Georgian Cambrian Mohawk Humber

Seasons 2008-13 (5) 2009-14 (5) 2008-13 (5) 2016-20 (4) 2006-11 (5)

Aces 246 201 200 195 194

Athlete 1. Curtiss Straatsma 2. Shawna Metcalf 3. Kelly Nyhof 4. Landis Doyle 5. Sara Piana Yafu

School Redeemer Cambrian Humber Humber Loyalist

Seasons 2011-16 (5) 2009-13 (4) 2009-14 (5) 2006-11 (5) 2015-18 (3)

Points 1,350 1,239 1,186 1,120 1,067

Athlete 1. Clare Weisser 2. Deanna Bedard 3. Hayley Chisholm 4. Kinsley Child 5. Julie Ann Milling

School Seneca Cambrian Cambrian Mohawk St. Clair

Seasons 2008-10/11-14 (5) 2010-15 (5) 2013-18 (5) 2015-20 (5) 2016-20 (4)

Digs 1,458 1,119 898 877 802

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woMEN’S VOLLEYBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Kills/Match > 31 Most Kills/Season > 325 Most Blocks/Match > 14 Most Blocks/Season > 80 Most Aces/Match > 13

Most Aces/Season > 71 Most Points/Match > 36 Most Points/Season > 402

Ève Thibault, Canadore (2006-07) Sara Piana Yafu, Loyalist (2015-16) Sarah MacLaren, Trent (2013-14) Mandi Doris, Durham (2008-09) Landis Doyle, Humber (2007-08) Heather Murry, Fanshawe (2008-09) Amanda Kuiper, Mohawk (10-Feb-2017) Jasmyn Stoffers, Redeemer (10-Jan-2020) Shawna Metcalf, Cambrian (2009-10) Ève Thibault, Canadore (2006-07) Sara Piana Yafu, Loyalist (2015-16)

Statistics begin in 1999-2000 season to reflect 1999 volleyball rule changes TEAM RECORDS Most Kills/Match > 69 Most Kills/Season > 883 Most Blocks/Match > 31 Most Blocks/Season > 191 Most Aces/Match > 37 Most Aces/Season > 275 Most Points/Match > 96 Most Points/Season > 1,172 Most OCAA Championships > 15 Most Consecutive Championships > 11

St. Clair (vs. Fanshawe 2008-09) Humber (2010-11) Trent (vs. Seneca 2013-14) Mohawk (2010-11) Trent (vs. Fleming-P 2010-11) Trent (2010-11) Trent (vs. Seneca 2013-14) Georgian (2012-13) Humber Humber (2008 to 2018)

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019-20 OCAA RESULTS AT CCAA NATIONALS Team Medals Gold Gold Silver Silver Silver Silver Bronze Bronze Bronze Bronze Individual Medals Gold Gold Gold Gold Silver Silver Silver Bronze Bronze Bronze

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ALL-TIME MEDAL STANDINGS LEAGUE SPORTS Men Institution G Humber 53 Seneca 27 Durham 10 Mohawk 26 Fanshawe 16 Algonquin 21 Sheridan 33 St. Clair 16 Centennial 4 Cambrian 7 Fleming 1 Conestoga 3 St. Lawrence 8 George Brown 10

S 39 30 16 18 11 18 24 14 9 7 12 2 6 5

TOURNAMENT SPORTS Men Institution G Georgian 87 Humber 94 Mohawk 85 Seneca 73 Fanshawe 51 Sheridan 35 George Brown 37 Fleming 27 St. Clair 27 Confederation 27 Cambrian 17 Centennial 23 St. Lawrence 17 Algonquin 39 Durham 24 Niagara 20 Conestoga 10 Canadore 9 Loyalist 6 Sault 7 Lambton 6 St. Lawrence-B 10 Redeemer 5 St. Lawrence-C 3 Boréal 0 UTM 0 Algoma 1 Laurier-B 0 La Cité 1 Nipissing 0

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B 18 20 20 15 20 15 9 6 8 6 10 10 6 3

Women G S 43 27 38 29 33 24 11 19 33 16 17 17 6 12 7 18 4 15 6 6 4 5 7 8 4 7 6 4

S 76 65 56 60 42 37 32 33 21 28 16 19 25 20 8 20 11 7 10 3 6 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 0

B 70 41 44 32 36 26 33 37 26 31 17 21 24 8 24 30 10 3 9 7 6 6 2 3 0 6 0 0 0 0

B 18 26 16 30 18 8 8 16 8 10 8 5 3 3

Women G S 56 71 71 51 43 36 49 41 49 34 50 37 33 36 23 30 25 33 37 21 40 16 18 15 11 16 12 3 13 18 9 4 5 6 5 5 6 8 2 5 5 0 4 0 1 0 1 3 1 5 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1

Total 198 170 119 119 114 96 92 77 48 42 40 35 34 31

B 57 26 43 30 37 27 20 40 25 21 13 16 11 1 19 5 10 3 4 5 2 2 10 4 5 2 0 1 0 0

Institution Loyalist Niagara Georgian Canadore Nipissing Redeemer Trent Lambton Sault Confederation Algoma St. Lawrence-B Rouyn-Noranda

Mixed/Overall G S B 6 10 1 18 9 10 12 18 8 19 19 10 20 11 14 5 2 3 8 8 8 2 4 4 9 6 15 4 6 5 20 7 7 3 5 4 5 2 5 9 9 8 0 0 0 6 7 1 0 2 1 5 6 6 0 3 0 4 3 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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S 6 4 9 5 2 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 0

Total 443 385 345 333 294 222 215 200 187 180 153 124 116 109 106 102 55 49 46 36 30 24 23 20 14 10 6 3 3 2

B 3 5 2 4 0 4 1 2 1 0 0 1 0

Women G S 1 2 4 7 1 2 1 3 1 6 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

B 5 3 7 4 2 1 1 1 0 4 0 0 1

Total 28 27 27 19 13 10 5 5 4 4 2 2 1


ALL-TIME MEDAL STANDINGS COMBINED LEAGUE/TOURNAMENT SPORTS Institution Humber Seneca Georgian Mohawk Fanshawe Sheridan St. Clair George Brown Fleming Durham Algonquin Cambrian Confederation Centennial St. Lawrence Niagara Conestoga Loyalist Canadore Sault Lambton Redeemer St. Lawrence-B St. Lawrence-C Nipissing Boréal UTM Algoma Trent Laurier-B La Cité Rouyn-Noranda

League 196 170 27 119 114 92 77 31 40 119 96 42 4 48 34 27 35 28 19 4 5 10 2 0 13 0 0 2 5 0 0 1

Tournament 385 333 443 345 294 222 187 215 200 106 109 153 180 124 116 102 55 46 49 36 30 23 24 20 2 14 10 6 0 3 3 0

Total 583 503 470 464 408 314 264 246 240 225 205 195 184 172 150 129 90 74 68 40 35 33 26 20 15 14 10 8 5 3 3 1

League: Baseball, Basketball, Rugby, Rugby Sevens, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball Tournament: Badminton, Cross Country, Curling, Golf, Indoor Soccer Note: Totals include medals in the following sports which are no longer offered: Archery, 10 Pin Bowling, Football, Hockey, Judo, Rugby, Skiing, Table Tennis, Tennis and Touch Football

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FINANCIAL AWARDS In 2019-20 OCAA institutions awarded more than

$1.8 MILLION

in Athletic and Academic Bursaries and Awards OCAA institutions can offer athletic scholarships and financial awards to student-athletes providing they are administered in accordance with OCAA policies and procedures. OCAA member institutions are not required to offer a specific number of scholarships or awards, nor must they offer them in every sport. The following outlines OCAA athletic scholarship and financial award limits for student-athletes: VARSITY INCENTIVES • Varsity Incentives is an offer of monetary gain in the form of a scholarship, a bursary or an award where varsity participation is considered as criteria for selection. • The maximum amount a student-athlete may receive is $1,500 per semester, not to exceed $3,000 in a calendar year (for those participating in an OCAA two-semester sport). • Receipt of an Athletic Scholarship is dependent upon the student-athlete successfully completing the minimum number of courses or credits required for OCAA eligibility, which includes maintaining a 2.0 GPA or 60 per cent equivalent throughout the semester, and meeting all other student eligibility requirements. • The maximum amount a student-athlete enrolled in academic upgrading may receive is $250 per semester, with a maximum award amount per calendar year not to exceed $500. ACCOMPLISHMENT AWARDS • Accomplishment Awards cannot be promised to a specific individual in advance, and are typically presented at the end of the academic year. • Male and Female Athlete of the Year for each member institution may receive a financial award of up to $500 per year. • Academic scholarships may be offered at each member institution for student-athletes achieving honours at their institution. The amount is not to exceed $250 per semester with a maximum of two awards in a calendar year; one for each the fall and winter semesters.

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ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY OCAA Athletic Eligibility is the determining factor in athletic participation at the varsity level and a key factor in maximizing a student-athlete's collegiate experience. Listed below is a general outline of the requirements and is in no way a complete list of rules and regulations. For complete details, contact an Athletic Director at an OCAA institution. Two Semester Participation To be in good standing, a student athlete: • Must pass 18 credits in an academic year, to be eligible to participate in the subsequent semester. • Must pass a minimum of 6 credits in the September-December semester to be eligible for the January-April semester. • Student athletes registered in a combination of full year and half year courses are exempt from attaining 6 credits in the September-December semester, but must be registered in a minimum of 9 credits each semester. One Semester Participation A student-athlete who begins play for an OCAA team in September (and only participates for one semester), must pass a minimum of either: 1) 9 credits in the semester of participation; 2) 18 credits over the full academic year to be eligible for the subsequent academic year. A student-athlete, who starts participating for the first time in an academic year in January, must pass a minimum of 9 credits in that semester of participation or 18 credits before the start of the next academic year. Note: If one passes only 6 credits in the fall, and they enroll full-time in the second semester, they must pass 12 credits between January and August 31 to be eligible for September participation. This applies to a fall sport athlete (softball, baseball, rugby, rugby sevens, soccer, golf, cross country) where the entire sport schedule is in the fall semester or to an athlete who plays a two-semester sport (badminton, volleyball, basketball) but only plays one semester because of injury, change in student status (full to part-time) or medically documented condition or injury.

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CAMPUS RECREATION MISSION STATEMENT The Ontario Collegiate Recreation (OCR) is dedicated to providing opportunities for student participation through quality campus recreation programs and services. This committee creates an environment, which enhances the students’ educational experience through their involvement in recreational sports and active living.

2020-21 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Matthew Schnarr (Mohawk College) matthew.schnarr@mohawkcollege.ca Executive Chairperson ............................................................................................................. (905) 575-1212 Ext. 3114 Sterling Ivany (Georgian College) sterling.ivany@georgiancollege.ca Extramurals ............................................................................................................................... (705) 728-1968 Ext. 1244 Jennifer O’Reilly (Humber College) jennifer.o’reilly@humber.ca Recreation Development ......................................................................................................... (416) 675-6622 Ext. 4955 Megan Jacklin (Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford) mjacklin@wlu.ca Marketing Coordinator ............................................................................................................. (519) 756-8228 Ext. 5806 TBA Member at Large (East) Sarah Batley (Mohawk College) sarah.batley@mohawkcollege.ca Member at Large (West) ............................................................................................................................ (905) 575-1212 Ben Anderson (Centennial College) banderson2@centennialcollege.ca Member at Large (South) ..........................................................................................................(416) 289-5000 Ext. 2315 Sue Tucker (Confederation College) susan.tucker@confederationcollege.ca Member at Large (North) .......................................................................................................................... (807) 475-6481

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CAMPUS RECREATION Extramural recreational sports include programs and activities in which teams represent their campus to compete against other college campuses for either an individual event championship or an overall extramural sport championship, most often in sports/activities not offered at the varsity level. As such, they are an extension of a member institution’s campus recreation programming, often filling the gap between varsity athletics and intramural sports and provide additional opportunities for many higher skilled athletes to compete. Since its inception in 1992, Ontario Collegiate Recreation (formerly the Ontario Colleges Committee on Campus Recreation) has overseen sanctioning and administration of

and extramurals was not in place; that recreational play as a base needs to be the key to enabling Challenge Cups to return; and that OCR extramurals need more emphasis on the fun and recreational aspects of its tournaments to balance out the naturally competitive nature of any games that occur between players and teams from different college campuses. It was decided that instead of just focusing on recommendations for Challenge Cup renewal, it would be better to develop a comprehensive OCR extramural model that identifies different opportunities for fun, recreational play and also acknowledges the competitive element that is a significant part of extramurals. As a result, OCR RECSport was developed as the model

the extramural tournament play. In 2009, a designation of Campus Challenge SeriesSports was created within extramurals to provide a more formal structure of play for some of the more competitive and popular extramural sports, with each of those sports having tournament results count towards teams qualifying for year-end Challenge Cup. In 2016, the CCSS designation was put on hiatus over concerns that there was too much focus on these particular sports within OCR. Between 2016 and 2018, members expressed concern that a clear distinction between varsity

RECPlay

This category covers extramural activity an OCR member campus participates in primarily at a local or regional level outside of RECFest, RECSeries or RECCup events.

RECFest

This category consists of one day multi-sport events (four to six sports/activities) hosted regionally and open primarily to OCR members from that region. They can be held on annual or semi-annual basis. This category allows organizers to offer variety of sporting combinations and to target specific participants groups if desired. Focus is on participation and fun!

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for conducting extramural recreational sports activities and was adopted at the 2019 OCR Plenary session and OCAA AGM. between January and August 31 to be eligible for September participation. This applies to a fall sport athlete (softball, baseball, rugby, rugby sevens, soccer, golf, cross country) where the entire sport schedule is in the fall semester or to an athlete who plays a two-semester sport (badminton, volleyball, basketball) but only plays one semester because of injury, change in student status (full to part-time) or medically documented condition or injury.

RECSeries This category covers any extramural sports/activities that offer three or more tournaments/events annually, and have participants from a minimum of six OCR member campuses representing at least two OCR regions at each tournament.

RECCup In its ongoing effort to provide quality campus recreation programs that enhance participant’s educational experiences, OCR may designate a RECSeries sport as a RECCup sport if it meets certain criteria. Such designation would result in that sport having a year-end OCR RECCup final event.

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HALL OF FAME The OCAA Hall of Fame is dedicated to the recognition of extraordinary contributions and accomplishments within collegiate sports in Ontario. The 421 honoured members include student-athletes, coaches and builders of the Association. On May 8, 2019, twenty-four new inductees were recognized in the eighth OCAA Hall of Fame Ceremony in Toronto. For more information on the origins and history of the OCAA Hall of Fame and to view honoured members biographies and photos, visit the OCAA Hall of Fame website at www.OCAA.com/HallofFame.

INDUCTED MEMBERS Legend: A = Student-Athlete B = Builder C = Coach 2019 Inductees in Italics

Algoma University Jovain Wilson-Cutting

A

Algonquin College Jonathan Bell Ian Bishop Mike Caruso Gary Gallagher Rhonda Giguere Sarah Hazlewood Hugh Lynn Keith McKinnon Geoff McMullen Stephen O’Kane Abraham Osman Brad Peak Ron Port Andre Proulx Greg Shirley Dale Swift Roland Tiamuh Hal Wilson

A A A A A A C A A C A A B A A A A B

Cambrian College Brendan Barrett-Hamilton Dolly Beausoleil

A A

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Nikki Cambridge Chantal Demers Vern Dow Liette Gravelle Lori Kavanagh Mike Kaytar Amanda Kosmerly Robert McAskill Rob McCann Pierrette Parnell Rob Parnell Gail Prosser Gabe Roy

A A C A A A A A C A A A A

Canadore College Heather Anderson Serge Lebel Christine Pellerin Linda Turcotte Jeff Willars

A A A A/B C

Centennial College Nathaniel Allard Sue Brown John Child Wallace Coomansingh

A B A A

Coreen Flemming Helen Folker Soula Fradelos Pat Fyfee Chuck Gullickson Cindy Horton Sharon Ikola Cynthia Kane Brenton Lowe Steve McLaughlin Blair Rossen Carol Slipetz Lesreen Thomas Jim Wolch Mary Zettel

B C A B B A B A A B A C A B B

Conestoga College Fawn Day Penny English JC (Jack) Hutcheson Geoff Johnstone Dave Long Sue McLellan

A A B C A B

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Confederation College Kim Beaudry Tara Coulterman (George) Ron Fearon Marla Henderson Kathie Jackson Lorne Jackson Laurel Kostuk Angela Lee Jacquelyn McKenzie Jeff McKenzie

A A B A A A A A A C

Durham College Stephanie Axford Tammy Baker Lesley Balson O’Neil Brown Mario Bruno Juan Carlos Camus Laurie Castator (Thompson) Darlene Cook (Anderson) Bill Crowdis Carol Cruwys Jill Drinkwater Augusto Duquesne Stacey Fertile

A A A A A A A A A A A A A


HALL OF FAME

Durham College (continued) Julie Goedhuis A Ted Harrison C Julie Hornsby A Ryan Hughes A Martin Kerstens A Herb Kirkconnell B Helen LaBine A Samantha Langford A Stan Marchut C Leslie Pellerin (Seeley) A Gerry Pettit C Marcy Skribe A Erin Smith A Susan Smith A Richard Snowden C David Staley A Michael Stauffer A David Stewart B Joanna Van Dyke A Kerry Vinson C Vaso Vujanovic C Tracey Weightman A

Gord Williamson Ron Winterink

C A

Fanshawe College Nathaniel Allard Bob Armstrong Bill Carriere Theresa Carriere Emily Costello Paul D’Hollander Nick D’Oria Rebecca Elliott (Huntley) Marie Foran (Murphy) Vito Frijia Julie Gracey Michelle Hall John Hayden Bob Horvath Cindy Huras Glenn Johnston Mike Lindsay John Mason Jim Matchett

A A C A A A A A A A A A A A C C B A B

Melanie Moulton Tunde Reti Paula Rich Emilio Rocca Pat Sewell Les Zoltai Fleming College Carolyn Aylesworth Pam Clark Don Dunford Mike Everson Dave Hardie Mary Hinan-Grose Steve McLaughlin Laura Monk Chad Patterson Mike Pluimers James Ross Penny Rush (Gosselin) Aaron Setterington Darl Sutherland

A A A A A B

A A C A C B B A A A C A A A A

Dale Swift Tim Trites Robyn Willroider Jovain Wilson-Cutting

A A A A

George Brown College Alex Barbier James Cheung Leslie Dalcin Vince Drake Marla Henderson Val Pozzan Kimchan Ramrattan Dayvon Reid Marvin Snowden Kevin Taylor Sheky Yew Woon Ed Yee

B A A B A A A A A A B A

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HALL OF FAME

Georgian College TeeJay Alderdice Brendan Barrett-Hamilton Summer Bly Bruce Brereton Herb Cloutier Stephen Fennell Katie Ferguson Mike Hoffman Steve Irving Colton Kalkanis Krissy Kort Helen LaBine Steve Manzer Meagan McLellan Nigel Ward-Paige Jayne Young

A A A C B C A A A A A A A A C A

Humber College Joanna Alexopulos Filomena Aprile Rick Bendera Jim Bialek Jesse Calabro Ray Chateau Scott Cooper Adrian Cord Andrew DaSilva Luigi Della Rovere Landis Doyle Jennifer Edgar

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Dave Emerson Caroline Fletcher Doug Fox Colleen Gray Jim Henderson Heather Hong Mike Katz Brad Kerfoot Angela MacDonald Lisa Maik Peter Maybury Dan McNeely George McNeil Adam Morandini Bill Morrison Kelly Nyhof Denise Perrier Christine Rudics Germain Sanchez Eugene Selva Dana Shutt Mike Silva Paul Stafford Maggie Trainor Patrick Treude Joanna Vitale Raymond Wong Tracy Wong Renee Yip Mike Zizek

A A B A C A C A A A B A A A A A A A C A C A A A A A A A A A

Lambton College Kathy Arcuri Shelly Bertrand Andrea Brown Patrick Donker Dave Gotts Kristen Lawson Steve Pepper Matt Stevers

A A A A B A A A

Loyalist College Regyna Armonas John Bertelink Chris Carson Bruce Collins Larry Cook David Fralick Greg Gavin Brad Gordon Alan Jones Joey Martins Sean McMurtry Jutta Merilainen Wendy Rowbotham Brent Tripp

A A C C C A B A A A A A A A

Mohawk College Rodney Alderdice Doug Amey Lisa Amsden Earl Begg

A C A C

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Lisa Bertoncini Roland Brack James Bradley Claudia Bugiardini (DeIulio) Laurie Cahill Dennis Campbell Steve Case Jerry Cipriani Colin Clarke Rob Cleugh Alison Diplock Jim Gaunt Pat Gavey DeWitt Hanna Wes Hicks Hap Holman Tracy (Hynd) Hopkins Tracey Hudson Barry Hutton Kristen Lawson Wendy Mabson Joe Marko John McDonald Anthony Notarianni Brad Paul Ardo Perri Dennis Piccolotto Dave Reinhart Grace Siu John Sozio Christine Stoneman

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Mohawk College (continued) Dave Storoschuk Paul Stratford Ray Trevisan Josie Tucceri Anne Wilson (Devorski) Carrie Wooloff Niagara College Heidi Bench Randy Conlon Blair Cudmore Linda Fletcher Graeme Gaunt Michael G. Harris Eliran Kikoss Kaitlyn McKenna Mark Nelson Tom Peat Justin Ross Peter Rylander Ray Sarkis

A C A A A A

A C C C A A A A A A A B B

Tracy Smith Lois (Lamb) Stoorza Carrie Stratford-Collver

A A A

Northern College Tom McClelland Howie Parker

B B

Redeemer University John Byl Colin de Raaf Ryan Talsma Terry Talsma Tracy Van Dijk Jakob Van Dorp Michelle VanBerkel

B A A A A A A

St. Clair College Yvon Bernard Annette Bondy Beth Brannagan Noelle Browning Laurie Campbell (St. Pierre)

A A A A A

George Copeland Jack Costello Debbie Cowgill Lori deBakker (Hoorelbeck) Misty Findlay Alex Hoffman Scott Irwin Tim Jarison Ed Kenny Henry Koscielski Robert Malbasic Sandra Marinacci (Meisel) Duane Matthews Paul McKibbin John Moore Brenda Mullins Penny Parkes Jimmy Parsons Doug Queen Bill Rodney Gerald (Jerry) Serviss Bill Smith Rosemary Smyth

A C A A A B A A A A A A A A A A A A C A C C C

Dan Stasso Bob Weepers

A B

St. Lawrence College Nejat Agaoglu Chris Dorey Diana Drury Deng Kuol Marial Denise Morey Henry Mulder Brian Murphy Bill Rodney James Wallace Colleen Webster

C A C A A A B A C A

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HALL OF FAME

Sault College Neil MacEwan Tom White

C C

Seneca College Barb Adair Ernie Armstrong Bonnie Bacvar Avery Brevett Kathy Chepelsky Kathron Clunies Vito Colangelo Debbie Coxworth John Cruickshank Leslie Dalcin Ashley Docking Cliff Dunkeld Wayne Gittens Yvette Gordon Steve Guyatt Eric Hannah Nick Harbaruk Geraldine Heaney Sabrina Henry

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Jan Hoover Alan Hughes Angela James Nancey Jarman Jim Macdonald Colin March Andrew Mathieson Bob McArthur Melissa McMackin Dan (DJ) Meloff Sue Mileva Tara Mowder Kailen Murphy Bill Pagonis Christine Pellerin Lee-Anne Quinn Gabe Rapini Jim Rennie Debora Robinson Marcy Skribe Linda Stapleton Frank & Rozika Sulatycki Jennifer Taggert Natasha Thombs

A A A A A A A C A A A A A A A A A C A A B C A A

Lee Trempe Teresa Tsang Drake Turcotte Debbie Wadsworth Gord Williamson Jayne Young Marina Zenk Mary Zettel

C A A A C A A B

Sheridan College Mike Albert Susan Alexander-Whelan Wayne Allison Jerry Auger Andre Avedissian Shane Bascoe Pat Blundy Steve Blundy Althea Brevett Rob Brown Leroy Cassanova John Cruickshank Luciano DeLuca Eric Duncan

A A C A A A B C A A A B A A

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Wayne Fish George Frempong Martin Johnson Martin Kerstens Bob Landry Jim Makela Sherry Metheringham-Simmons Amy Ramsay Brian Ratcliffe Paul Reader Dick Ruschiensky Chris Tiernay Harry Vlachos Fred Wannamaker

B A A A A B A A C C B A A B

Trent University Rebecca Rodin

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OCAA Eric Fagen Doug Gellatly Loretta McKenzie

B B B


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