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Team Directory Quick Facts Founded: 1827 Enrollment: 63,109 (37,915 full-time) President: David Naylor Director of Athletics: Liz Hoffman Number of Intercollegiate Teams: 44 (26 sports) Conference Affiliation: Ontario University Athletics (OUA) National Affiliation: Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Venue: Varsity Centre (5,000) Colours: Navy Blue & White Mascot: True Blue

Team Directory Liz Hoffman

Director of Athletics

liz.hoffman@utoronto.ca

Byron MacDonald

Manager, Intercollegiate Sports

byron.macdonald@utoronto.ca

Mary Beth Challoner

Manager, Sports Information and Promotions

mb.challoner@utoronto.ca

Anthony Capotosto

Men’s Soccer Head Coach

bluessocceralumni@yahoo.ca

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Schedule Regular Season Date Opponent 9/5/2009 Trent University 9/6/2009 Queen’s University 9/13/2009 Queen’s University 9/16/2009 Ryerson University 9/19/2009 Carleton University 9/26/2009 Laurentian University 9/27/2009 Nipissing University 9/30/2009 Trent University 10/4/2009 RMC 10/7/2009 Ryerson University 10/9/2009 Carleton University 10/16/2009 Laurentian University 10/17/2009 Nipissing University 10/24/2009 RMC

Location Varsity Centre Varsity Centre Queen’s University Ryerson University Varsity Centre Laurentian University Nipissing University Trent University RMC Varsity Centre Carleton University Varsity Centre Varsity Centre Varsity Centre

OUA Playoffs 10/31/2009 Laurentian University Varsity Centre 11/7/2009 University of Western Ontario Varsity Centre 11/8/2009 McMaster Marauders Varsity Centre

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Time/Result W 6-0 T 0-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 T 0-0 W 3-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 5-0 W 4-0 (Quarter) W 3-2 (5-4 SO) (Semi) L 0-1 (4-5 SO) (Final)

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Roster

# Name Name Pos. 3 Darragh McGee D 4 Michael Evans M 6 Yannis Gianniotis D 7 Ryan Sciacchitano M 8 Nordo Gooden F 9 Gabe Gala F 10 Alexander Raphael S 11 Michael Braithwaite D 13 Seung Bok Lee M 15 Geoffrey Borgmann M 16 Dylan Bams M 17 Federico Vaccaro D 18 Michael Prouse F 19 Scott Nesbitt M 21 Veljko Lukovic M 23 Mario Nallira M 24 Adam Baca D 26 Lawrence Buchan M GK Maximir Luburic GK GK John Smits GK

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Ht. Elig. Major 6-0 3 PhD 5-9 1 FPEH 5-11 3 Arts & Science 5-8 1 FPEH 6-1 4 Economics 5-9 2 Arts & Science 5-8 4 Arts & Science 5-7 2 Arts & Science 5-8 4 Arts & Science 5-9 2 FPEH 6-0 2 FPEH 6-3 1 Commerce 6-3 1 PhD Biology 6-2 3 FPEH 5-11 1 Engineering 5-8 4 Psychology 5-11 1 FPEH 5-9 2 Engineering 6-1 1 History 6-4 2 Biology

Yr. Hometown 1 Donegal, Ireland 1 Pickering, Ont. 4 Toronto, Ont. 1 Woodbridge, Ont. 4 Toronto, Ont. 3 Brampton, Ont. 4 East York, Ont. 3 East York, Ont. 5 North York, Ont. 2 Dixie, Ont. 2 Fanny Bay, B.C. 3 Mississauga, Ont. 2 Scarborough, Ont. 3 Scarborough, Ont. 1 Belgrade, Serbia 5 Toronto, Ont. 4 Mississauga, Ont. 3 Port Moody, B.C. 2 Oakville, Ont. 4 Mississauga, Ont.

Previous Team Derry City FC Ajax Admirals Toronto Blues Glen Shields Brampton Lions Toronto F.C. East York Komets East York Komets North York Hearts Dixie SC UVI Metro Erin Mills UTSC Olympiakos Serbian White Eagles Woodbridge Azzuri Roseto Valfortore S.C. Vancouver Selects Toronto Lynx A.C. Diavoli

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Coaching Staff Anthony Capotosto - Head Coach A four-time Blues team captain and two-time all-Canadian, Anthony Capotosto is entering his third season as the Blues head coach after two years as an assistant with Carmine Isacco. Capotosto was an assistant coach to the 1998 men’s soccer Blues and after graduation also served on the Blues women’s soccer staff in 2003. He rejoined the men’s staff in 2005, and helped guide the team to berths in 2005 and 2006 CIS championship tournaments. An OUA all-star defender in all five of his seasons with the Blues (1997, 1999-2002), Capotosto was named a first team all-Canadian in 2000 and 2001. He also claimed OUA East MVP honours in 2000 and 2001, and in his final playing season captained the Blues to their most recent OUA title. Capotosto holds a Canadian National ‘B’ coaching licence and United States Soccer Federation National ‘C’ and ‘Y’ licences. In the spring of 2008, Anthony travelled to England for a 10-day coaching apprenticeship with Ipswich Town Football Club of the English First Division. Following that, he served as an assistant coach with the Italia Shooters of the Canadian Soccer League for the duration of the summer. In June of 2009, Anthony was hired by Toronto FC Academy and currently serves as an assistant coach to Jason Bent for their U-18 team that competes in the Canadian Soccer League (CSL). A graduate of U of T’s Faculty of Arts and Science (2002), Capotosto earned his B.Ed at OISE in 2003. He has taught physical and health education and history at Scarborough’s Agincourt Collegiate Institute for seven years.

Tom Lazarou - Assistant Coach Tom Lazarou joined the Blues coaching staff in 2007 but is no stranger to the Varsity Blues men’s soccer program. Lazarou played for the Blues from 1987 – 1991 and was an integral part of the 1988 CIAU national championship team. He continued his playing career with the Scarborough Azzuri and Olympiakos of the Ontario Soccer League. Lazarou returned to take on the head coaching duties of Olympiakos shortly after his playing career came to an end. A certified paramedic, Lazarou holds a Master’s degree in Education (M.Ed.) and is currently the principal at Sir Oliver Mowat secondary school in Scarborough, Ont.

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Coaching Staff Yuri Elkaim – Assistant Coach/Strength & Conditioning Consultant A two-time CIS all-Canadian, Yuri returned to the Varsity Blues coaching staff after four seasons (1999-2002) as a player. The captain of the 2002 OUA championship team, Yuri went on to play professional soccer in Canada with the Toronto Lynx and in France with Lille OSC. After graduating from U of T’s faculty of physical education and health, Yuri became one of North America’s leading fitness and nutrition authorities. He is the author of the book Eating for Energy and is the creator of the industryleading Fitter U and Treadmill Trainer iPod workouts. He also founded Total Wellness Consulting, Canada’s leader in developing innovative fitness, nutrition, and personal growth programs to help people reach their full potential. Yuri currently lives with his girlfriend, Amy, and their two dogs, Jax and Laila.

Luciano Lombardi - Goalkeeper Coach Luciano joins the Varsity Blues soccer coaching staff after graduating from the University of Toronto in 2008. Over his five-year career at U of T, Luciano’s goalkeeping prowess helped the Blues win three OUA silver medals (2004-06) and competed in three CIS national championship tournaments, where he helped the team to a silver medal in 2005. In 2008, he was nominated for U of T’s George M. Biggs award, given annually to the graduating male student-athlete who has contributed most to university athletics from the standpoint of leadership, sportsmanship and performance, in 2008. Luciano has been a goalkeeper coach at Score soccer academy and was also the head instructor at the Camp U of T soccer academy. He is an OSA senior level 3 certified coach and earned the OSA goalkeeping coaching diploma in 2009.

Support Staff Pierre Grossi – General Manager Craig Forrest - Consultant Guido Geisler – Mental Training Consultant Mark Purdy – Alumni Representative

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OUA Silver Medalists The No. 1 University of Toronto Varsity Blues fell to the McMaster Marauders 1-0 (5-4 sudden death penalty kicks) in the OUA championship game on Sunday, November 8 at Varsity Centre. Toronto’s seventh shooter, Darragh McGee, sent his shot high over the crossbar, ending the three-hour match and giving McMaster their first OUA title since 1992 in a 1-0 victory. Third-year midfielder Anthony Costa (Stoney Creek, Ont.) had four shots and was named the Marauders’ player of the game, while goalkeeper John Smits earned player of the game honours for the Blues with nine saves on the day. Both teams came out ready to go and eager to play. Monkgogi Moseki (Hamilton, Ont.) set the tone as he put Smits (Mississauga, Ont.) to work early, recording the first shot of the game in the 3rd minute. Similarly, Toronto midfielder Geoffrey Borgmann (Dixie, Ont.) kept Grant on his toes, as he sent a hard shot toward the bottom right corner of the net that was denied in the 7th minute. U of T looked like they were going to score as Alex Raphael (East York, Ont.) found himself all alone with Grant, however and offside call was made before the fourth-year striker could find the back of the net. McMaster also was close to opening the scoring in the 25th minute when an Aaron Boothe (Whitby, Ont.) corner kick found its way to the front of the six-yard box but Smits was there to turn away the well-placed kick and keep the game deadlocked. The Marauders continued to press but Blues defenders Yannis Gianniotis (Toronto) and McGee (Donegral, Ireland) stood tall as the game remained tied 0-0 at the half. McMaster held the play for the first 15 minutes of the second half and it wasn’t until third-year Blues midfielder Scott Nesbitt (Scarborough, Ont.) sent a booming shot just over the top of the net that got Toronto back in the game. Chinomnso Nwamadi (Brampton, Ont.) nearly got the Marauders on the board as his shot hit the cross bar.Moments later, McMaster continued to press in Toronto’s end but Smits was there every step of the way, keeping the game scoreless. For the fourth time in as many games at the OUA men’s soccer championship, the game would go into overtime and be decided by penalty kicks. After the first five penalty kicks, both teams had scored three times. McMaster’s Reilly knocked in the first sudden-death shot with Blues Borgmann countering. Kyle Grootenboer (Brantford, Ont.) would also score for the Marauders, forcing Toronto’s hand. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be for McGee, who sent his shot high and wide left.

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Player Profiles #6 Yannis Gianniotis - Defence Eligibility Year: 3 Program: History/Geography Hometown: Toronto, Ont. High School: West Hill C.I. Height: 5-11 Varsity: Named an OUA first team all-star in 2008...named the Varsity Blues most valauble player in 2008.

#8 Nordo Gooden - Forward

Eligibility Year: 4 Program: Economics Hometown: Toronto, Ont. High School: Westview C.S.S. Height: 6-1 High School: Won the TDSB championship and was the TDSB scoring leader in 2004. Previous Club Team: Played for the Brampton Lions. University: Won the outstanding academic achievement award in economics in 2006... also named a super African Canadian excellent student (ACES) in 2006. Varsity: Won the OUA East community service award in 2009.

#10 Alexander Raphael - Striker Eligibility Year: 4 Program: Arts & Science Hometown: East York, Ont. High School: St. Elizabeth C.H.S. Height: 5-8 Previous Club Team: Played for the Italia Shooters

#13 Seung Bok Lee - Midfield Eligibility Year: 4 Program: Arts & Science Hometown: North York, Ont. High School: A.Y. Jackson S.S. Height: 5-8 Previous Club Team: Played for the Hearts Azzurri

#15 Geoffrey Borgmann - Midfield

Eligibility Year: 2 Program: FPEH Hometown: Dixie, Ont. High School: Iona C.S.S. Height: 5-9 High School: Was the athlete of the year in grade nine and 11…named the most valuable player for soccer and hockey in grades 9-12… Previous Club Team: Played for the Erin Mills Eagles…three-time Ontario Cup champions.

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Player Profiles #16 Dylan Bams - Midfield Eligibility Year: 2 Program: FPEH Hometown: Fanny Bay, B.C. High School: G. P. Vanier Height: 6-0 High School: Went to the AAA provincial (B.C.) championships for boy’s soccer.

#23 Mario Nallira - Midfield Eligibility Year: 4 Program: Psychology Hometown: Toronto, Ont. High School: St. Basil S.S. Height: 5-8 High School: Was awarded the physical education award. Previous Club Team: Played for the Woodbridge Azzuri.

#26 Lawrence Buchan - Midfield

Eligibility Year: 2 Program: Engineering Hometown: Port Moody, B.C. High School: Port Moddy S.S. Height: 5-9 High School: Was the junior athlete of the year in 2006…won the AAA provincial championships in 2007…awarded the soccer excellence award from B.C. high school sports. Previous Club Team: Played for the Vancouver Selects…won the U18 metro provincial championship in 2008. Varsity: Named a second team OUA all-star in 2008.

John Smits - Goalkeeper

Eligibility Year: 2 Program: Biology Hometown: Mississauga, Ont. High School: St. Joseph S.S. Height: 6-4 Previous Club Team: Played for the A.C. Diavoli Personal: Father played football for U of T…mother was on the track & field team at the University of Waterloo.

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Rookies to Watch

Darragh McGee Defender

Michael Evans Ryan Sciacchitano Michael Braithwaite Midfield Midfield Defender

Federico Vaccaro Defender

Michael Prouse Forward

Adam Baca Defender

Maximir Luburic Goalkeeper

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Scott Nesbitt Midfield

Veljko Lukovic Midfield

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Opponents

Carleton Ravens

Laurentian Voyageurs

2008 Record:12-1-1 2008 Scores: Sep 14 Carleton 2, Toronto 1 Sep 21 Toronto 1, Carleton 0

Athletic Director: Peter Hellstrum Head Coach: Carlos Castrechino ccastrechino@laurentian.ca 2008 Record: 6-5-3 2008 Scores: Sep 6 - Toronto 3, Laurentian 0 Oct 5 - Toronto 0, Laurentian 0

RMC Paladins

Ryerson Rams

Trent Excalibur

Athletic Director: Darren Cates Head Coach: Victor Mendes victor.mendes@rmc.ca 2008 Record: 0-12-2 2008 Scores: Sep 28 - Toronto 4, RMC 0 Oct 18 - Toronto 2, RMC 1

2008 Record: 5-6-3 2008 Scores: Sep 3 - Toronto 2, Ryerson 0 Oct 8 - Toronto 1, Ryerson 0

2008 Record: 5-5-4 2008 Scores: Sep 20 - Toronto 0, Trent 0 Sep 27 - Toronto 4, Trent 2

Location: Ottawa, Ont. Enrollment: 19,207 Web Site:-www2.carleton.ca/ goravens/ Athletic Director: Jennifer Brenning Head Coach: Sandy Mackie sandy.mackie@carleton.ca

Location: Kingston, Ont. Enrollment: 960 Web Site: www.rmc.ca/athletics

Location: Sudbury Ont. Enrollment: 5,090 Web Site: www.luvoyaguers.com

Location: Toronto, Ont. Enrollment: 25,000 Web Site: www.ryerson.ca/ sportsandrec Athletic Director: Ivan Joseph Head Coach: Ivan Joseph

Nipissing Lakers

Location: North Bay, Ont. Enrollment: 3,717 Website: www.nipissingu.ca/ athletics Athletic Director: Vito Castiglione Head Coach: Tony D’Agostino tonyd@nipissingu.ca 2008 Record: 2-8-4 2008 Scores: Sep 7 - Toronto 4, Nipissing 1 Oct 4 - Toronto 3, Nipissing 1

Queen’s Gaels

Location: Kingston, Ont. Enrollment: 18,813 Web Site: www.gogaelsgo.com Athletic Director: Leslie Dal Cin Head Coach: Carlo Cannovan Qmsoccer@queensu.ca 2008 Record: 4-6-4 2008 Scores: Oct 10 - Toronto 2, Queen’s 0 Oct 17 - Toronto 1, Queen’s 1

Location: Peterborough, Ont. Enrollment: 7,922 Web Site: www.trentu.ca/athletics Athletic Director: Bill Byrick Head Coach: Stuart Robertson robertson1402@hotmail.com

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2009 Season at a Glance Date Opponent Location 9/5/2009 Toronto 6, Trent 0 Varsity Centre 9/6/2009 Toronto 0, Queen’s 0 Varsity Centre 9/13/2009 Queen’s 1, Toronto 0 Queen’s University 9/16/2009 Toronto 2, Ryerson 0 Ryerson University 9/19/2009 Toronto 0, Carleton 0 Varsity Centre 9/26/2009 Toronto 3, Laurentian 1 Laurentian University 9/27/2009 Toronto 2, Nipissing 0 Nipissing University 9/30/2009 Toronto 3, Trent 0 Trent University 10/4/2009 Toronto 3, RMC 0 RMC 10/7/2009 Toronto 1, RMC 0 Varsity Centre 10/9/2009 Toronto 2, Carleton 1 Carleton University 10/16/2009 Toronto 2, Laurentian 0 Varsity Centre 10/17/2009 Toronto 1, Nipissing 0 Varsity Centre 10/24/2009 Toronto 5, RMC 0 Varsity Centre

Goal Scorers Nallira 2, Raphael 2, Lee 1, Gianniotis 1

Gooden 1, Gianniotis 1 Bams 1, Raphael 1, Gooden 1 Raphael 1, Gooden 1 Lee 1, Gooden 1, Trent OG Nesbitt 1, Raphael 1, Gianniotis 1 Gianniotis 1 Raphael 1, Nesbitt 1 Gooden 2 Gooden 1 Nallira 1, Nesbitt 1, Gooden 1, Bams 1, Raphael 1

OUA STANDINGS East Team Toronto Queen’s Carleton Laurentian Ryerson Nipissing Trent RMC

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GP 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

W 11 8 7 6 5 2 3 0

L 1 2 5 6 4 5 8 11

T 2 4 2 2 5 7 3 3

PTS 35 28 23 20 20 13 12 3

West Team York Windsor Waterloo McMaster Guelph Western Laurier Brock

GP 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

W 9 8 6 6 6 4 3 2

L 2 1 5 7 7 6 6 10

T 3 5 3 1 1 4 5 2

PTS 30 29 21 19 19 16 14 8

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2009 Season at a Glance OUA TOP TEN SCORERS Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Player Nordo Gooden - Toronto Francesco Bruno - York Thaddeus Bolton - Trent Jonni Okai - Carleton Alexander Raphael - Toronto Jordan Brooks - Queen’s Joey Kewin - Carleton Adrian Pena - York Daniel Kier - Laurentian

GP 14 14 14 14 13 14 14 14 14

G 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

YC 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1

RC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Michael Arnold - Queen’s

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2009 VARSITY BLUES STATISTICS # # Player

GP

G

YC

RC

8

Nordo Gooden

14

8

1

0

10

Alexander Raphael

13

7

1

0

6

Yannis Gianniotis

13

4

2

1

23

Mario Nallira

12

3

1

1

19

Scott Nesbitt

13

3

1

0

16

Dylan Bams

13

2

4

0

13

Seung Bok Lee

13

2

0

0

7

Ryan Sciacchitano

13

0

1

0

4

Michael Evans

13

0

1

0

3

Darragh McGee

10

0

1

0

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Record Manual VARSITY BLUES HISTORY The University of Toronto men’s soccer program continues to be one of the best in the nation and upholds a tradition of success and accomplishment that stretches back 130 years.   Organized soccer was first introduced to the U of T campus in 1876, when the University of Toronto Football Club abandoned a traditional local set of football rules in favour of the then-novel “Association game.” The current team was established in 1879, making it one of the oldest in North America.   The Blues dominated the Ontario-Quebec interuniversity league for much of the 20th century, capturing 43 league titles between 1904 and 1968, including 17 championships in the 1950s and 60s.   This tradition of excellence continues to the present day. For the past two decades, the U of T men’s soccer team has been consistently ranked in the top 10 in the country and has reached the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championships nine times since 1986, bringing home the national title in 1988 and a silver medal in 2005. The Blues were OUA silver medalists from 2005-07 and last captured the OUA title in 2002.   Varsity Blues soccer also regularly attracts some of the top high school student-athletes from Ontario and across the country. In 1989 the entire Varsity Blues squad represented Canada at the World University Championship and captured the silver medal. Since 1979, 36 Varsity Blues have been named CIS all-Canadians, including Mark Purdy, Peter Sarantopoulos, Joe Demiglio and Mike Bialy.

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Record Manual VARSITY BLUES – 1988 CIAU CHAMPIONS

In 1988, the Varsity Blues men’s soccer team claimed the nation’s top prize, a CIAU championship, for the first time in U of T history. The Blues wrapped up the regular season schedule with a near perfect 15-1-1 record, scoring 42 goals and allowing just 12. In the post-season, U of T opened their title run with a 1-0 penalty kick victory over Carleton before slipping past Queen’s 4-2 in the provincial semifinals and shutting out Western 2-0 to claim the OUAA crown. At the national championship, the Blues defeated number-one ranked Alberta (2-1) with goals from Pat Cubellis and George Argyropoulos. And in the final, Cubellis notched the game’s only marker in a 1-0 victory over McGill. The team then capped off their storybook season at the World University Soccer Championship in Arizona, where they represented Canada and earned a silver medal. The success of this squad, which was led by 1988 OUAA coach of the year Jim Lefkos, can be attributed to their tremendous depth, determination and incredible team chemistry. Seven Varsity Blues were named OUAA all-stars, with Cubellis and Coz Zambazis also garnering all-Canadian honours. The 1988-89 championship team included Terry Apostolou (Manager), George Argyropoulos, Chris Collie, David Collie, Pat Cubellis, John Diniz, Patrick Fancott, John Fitzgerald, Guido Geisler, Domenic Ientile, Alan Kennedy, Ben Kwak, Tom Lazarou, Rod MacGregor, (therapist) Dino Mastrogianis, William Murray, Robert Pacas, Bill Papaconstantinou, Nino Perrotta, Peter Sarantopoulos, Tony Tata, Tom Tsilfidis, Mark Varkul, Coz Zambazis and head coach Jim Lefkos.

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Record Manual OUA ALL-STARS

AWARDS AND ALL-STARS

1977 - Peter Uremovich (Fullback) 1978 - Pat Pitters (Def), Milan Lukovich (Alternate Fwd.) 1979 - Bob Simcoe (Goal), Dieter Wendling (Def), Chris Lasovich (Def) 1980 - Lenny Visconti (1st Mid), Peter Kovacs (2nd Def) 1981 - not available 1982 - Nitin Kawale (Def), Jim Kyriacou (Def), Frank Minchella (Mid), Lenny Visconti (Fwd), Riccardo Zane (Fwd) 1983 - Roman Mushka (Def), Bill Mackrell (Mid), Riccardo Zane (Fwd) 1984 - Bill Mackrell (Mid), Coz Zambasis (Mid), Raccardo Zane (Fwd) 1985 - Guido Geisler (Def), Coz Zambasis (Mid) 1986 - Carlo Vilardo (Goal), Guido Geisler (Def), Mark Purdy (Mid), Coz Zambasis (Mid), Pat Cubellis (Fwd) 1987 - Guido Geisler (Def), Mark Purdy (Mid), Dino Mastrogianis (Mid) 1988 - Dominic Ientile (Goal), Rob Pacas (Def), Guido Geisler (Def), John Diniz (Mid), Dino Mastrogianis (Mid), Coz Zambasis (Mid), Pat Cubellis (Str) 1989 - Guido Geisler (Def), Peter Sarantopoulos (Def), Chris Collie (Mid), John Diniz (Mid), Cubellis (Fwd) 1990 - Tim Rosenfeld (Goal), Peter Sarantopoulos (Def), Tom Lazarou (Mid), John Diniz (Mid), George Argyropoulos (Fwd) 1991 - Tim Rosenfeld (Goal), Peter Sarantopoulos (Def), Marco DeLuca (Mid), Enzo Sallese (Mid) 1992 - Steve Albanese (Def), Marco DeLuca (Mid), Enzo Sallese (Mid), George Argyropoulos (Fwd) 1993 - Steve Albanese (Def), Guido Spinelli (Mid), Joe Demiglio (Mid), Tom Kouzmanis (Fwd) 1994 - Theo Zagar (Goal), Steve Albanese (Def), Stuart Black (Mid), Tom Kouzmanis (Fwd) 1995 - Joe Demiglio (Def), Suhail Mirza (Mid), Ferdinando Tantalo (Mid) 1996 - Victor Maia (Goal), Joe Demiglio (Def), Stuart Black (Mid), Hieu Quach (Mid), Eric Puig (Fwd) 1997 - Theo Zagar (Goal), Joe DeMiglio (Def), Anthony Capotosto (Def), Stuart Black (Mid), Suhail Mirza (Mid), Eric Puig (Fwd) 1998 - Omar El-Behairy (Mid), Jonathan Robillard (Def) 1999 - Anthony Capotosto (1st Def), Logan Purdy (1st Def), Tom Kiriakou (1st Mid), Sakis Rizos (2nd Goal), Robert Rupf (2nd Def), Joey Ciano (2nd Def) 2000 - Anthony Capotosto (1st Def), Logan Purdy (1st Mid), Robert Rupf (2nd Def), Oday Khaghani (2nd Mid), Joey Ciano (2nd Mid) 2001 - Yuri Elkaim (1st Goal), Anthony Capotosto (1st Def), Oday Khaghani (1st Mid), Jeff Ormonde (1st Mid), Tom Kouzmanis (1st St), Joey Ciano (1st St), Robert Rupf (2nd Def), Jakov Moric (2nd Def), Sean Myers (2nd Mid) 2002 - Yuri Elkaim (1st Goal), Robert Rupf (1st Def), Jeff Ormonde (1st Mid), Sean Myers (1st St), Anthony Capotosto (2nd Def) 2003 - Robert Rupf (1st Def), George Davis (1st Def), Sean Myers (1st Mid), Michel D’Angelo (1st St), Mike Bialy (2nd Mid) 2004 - Mike Bialy (1st Mid), Sean Myers (1st St), George Davis (2nd Def), Faiz Karim (2nd Def) 2005 - Eric Tse (1st Def), Mike Bialy (1st Mid), Joe Rini (1st Mid), Kyle Hall (1st St), Dustin Chung (2nd Def), George Davis (2nd Mid) 2006 – Alen Keri (1st Def), Eric Tse (1st Def), Mike Bialy (1st Mid), Joe Rini (1st Mid), Evan Milward (1st St), Mario Nallira (2nd Mid). 2007 – Joe Rini (1st Mid), Mike Bialy (1st Mid), Dustin Chung (2nd Def), Jose D’Amora (2nd Mid), Evan Milward (2nd St). 2008 – Yannis Giannoitis (1st Def), Dustin Chung (1st Def), Mario Nallira (1st Mid), Niko Pesa (1st St), Lawrence Buchan (2nd Mid).

OUA COACH OF THE YEAR 1986 - Jim Lefkos (East co-winner) 1988 - Jim Lefkos (East)

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Record Manual 1993 - Jim Lefkos (East) 2001 - Jim Lefkos (East North) 2003 - John Vidovich (West/North) 2004 - John Vidovich (North/South)

OUA MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

2003 - Robert Rupf (West/North) Nordo Gooden 2005 - Eric Tse (North/South) 2008 OUA Community 2006 – Mike Bialy (East) Service Award Winner 2007 – Mike Bialy (East)

OUA COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD 2008 – Nordo Gooden

OUA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2001 - Sean Myers (East/North) 2002 - George Davis (West/North)

CIS ALL-CANADIANS

1979 - Dave Secco (1st Team), Dieter Wendling (1st Team) 1980 - Len Visconti (2nd Team) 1983 - Ricardo Zane (2nd Team) 1984 - Ricardo Zane (2nd Team) 1986 - Mark Purdy (1st Team), Pat Cubellis (1st Team) 1987 - Mark Purdy (1st Team) 1988 - Coz Zambazis (1st Team), Pat Cubellis (1st Team) 1989 - Peter Sarantopoulos (2nd Team) 1990 - Peter Sarantopoulos (1st Team), George Argyropoulos (2nd Team) 1991 - Peter Sarantopoulos (1st Team) 1992 - George Argyropoulos (2nd Team) 1993 - Steve Albanese (2nd Team) 1994 - Tom Kouzmanis (1st Team), Steve Albanese (2nd Team) 1995 - Joe Demiglio (1st Team) 1996 - Joe Demiglio (1st Team), Stuart Black (1st Team) 1997 - Theo Zagar (1st Team), Joe Demiglio (1st Team), Eric Puig (1st Team) 1998 - Jonathon Robilliard (2nd Team) 1999 - Tom Kiriakou (2nd Team), Logan Purdy (2nd Team) 2000 - Anthony Capotosto (1st Team) 2001 - Anthony Capotosto (1st Team), Yuri Elkaim (2nd Team), Jeff Ormonde (2nd Team), Tom Kouzmanis (2nd Team) 2002 - Yuri Elkaim (1st Team) 2003 - Robert Rupf (1st Team) 2004 - Sean Myers (2nd Team), Mike Bialy (2nd Team) 2005 - Eric Tse (1st Team) 2006 – Mike Bialy (1st Team), Eric Tse (2nd Team), Evan Milward (2nd Team) 2007 – Mike Bialy (1st Team)

CIS COACH OF THE YEAR 1986 - Jim Lefkos

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Record Manual YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS, 1963 TO DATE 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

REGULAR W L 5 2 5 0 6 0 6 0 10 0 6 2 4 1 2 1 6 1 9 0 7 1 6 5 5 5 7 2 4 4 5 3 7 1 2 6 2 5 9 0 6 0 2 6 5 5 7 2 7 2 10 1 10 1 9 1 5 4 8 3 8 1 8 1 6 3 5 2 8 1 9 1 9 2 9 1 8 2 4 2 0 10 5 2 7 1 8 3 8 3 10 1

SEASON T Standing 1 3rd 1 1st West 0 1st West 0 1st West 0 1st West 0 1st West 3 * 4 * 1 * 2 1st West 4 2nd West 1 4th West 0 6th 1 3rd 1 6th 1 4th 1 2nd 2 10th 3 9th 1 1st East 6 3rd East 4 6th East 2 5th East 3 2nd East 3 1st East 1 1st East 1 2nd East 2 1st East 1 3rd East 1 3rd East 3 2nd East 3 2nd East 3 3rd East 5 4th East 3 2nd East 4 2nd East 3 1st C/N 2 1st C/N 2 1st C/N 4 1st North 0 1st North 3 1st North 2 1st North 3 3rd East 3 2nd East 3 2nd East

PLAYOFFS W L 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 1 5 0 1 1 3 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 1 2 1 5 2 0 1 2 3 4 2 3 1 0 1 1 2

T 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Coach E. I. Glass E. I. Glass E. I. Glass E. I. Glass E. I. Glass E. I. Glass Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Bob Nichol Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos Jim Lefkos John Vidovich John Vidovich Carmine Isacco Carmine Isacco Anthony Capotosto Anthony Capotosto

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1945 13-Oct McMaster 4 0 W 20-Oct OAC 6 0 W 27-Oct Western 6 1 W 03-Nov OAC 2 2 T 10-Nov McMaster 6 0 W 17-Nov Western 4 0 W 1946 12-Oct OAC 2 1 W 19-Oct McMaster 9 0 W 25-Oct OAC 1 1 T 02-Nov McMaster 6 0 W 09-Nov Western 2 1 W 16-Nov Western 2 2 T 1947 11-Oct Western 3 3 T 18-Oct OAC 4 1 W 25-Oct McGill 7 0 W 01-Nov OAC 4 0 W 07-Nov McGill 3 0 W 15-Nov Western 2 0 W 1948 08-Oct Western 2 1 W 22-Oct McGill 4 2 W 30-Oct McGill 0 2 L 06-Nov OAC 0 1 L 13-Nov Western 2 0 W 20-Nov OAC 2 0 W 1949 14-Oct McGill 4 1 W 29-Oct Western 7 1 W 02-Nov OAC 0 2 L 05-Nov McGill 2 1 W 12-Nov Western 4 1 W 19-Nov OAC 9 1 W 1950 07-Oct Western 9 0 W 14-Oct McGill 1 3 L 21-Oct OAC 6 1 W 25-Oct OAC 1 1 T 28-Oct RMC 5 3 W 03-Nov RMC 2 0 W 04-Nov McGill 2 4 L 11-Nov Western 7 0 W 1951 12-Oct OAC 7 4 W 17-Oct OAC 5 1 W 18-Oct Buffalo St 1 0 W ex 19-Oct RMC 2 0 W

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1952 04-Oct OAC 4 0 W 08-Oct Western 0 1 L 23-Oct OAC 0 1 L 25-Oct McGill 1 1 T 01-Nov RMC 3 2 W 07-Nov RMC 2 0 W 08-Nov McGill 2 2 T 15-Nov Western 3 4 L 1953 03-Oct OAC 3 3 T 09-Oct Western 6 1 W 16-Oct RMC 8 0 W 17-Oct McGill 1 1 T 20-Oct McMaster 8 0 W 28-Oct McMaster 3 0 W 31-Oct RMC 5 0 W 04-Nov OAC 4 2 W 07-Nov McGill 2 1 W 13-Nov Western 5 0 W 1954 09-Oct Western 7 0 W 23-Oct McGill 3 1 W 27-Oct OAC 3 1 W 30-Oct McGill 3 2 W 06-Nov Western 11 1 W 09-Nov McMaster 3 1 W 13-Nov OAC 4 1 W McMaster 1955 01-Oct Western 7 0 W 08-Oct OAC 6 0 W 15-Oct McGill 4 1 W 18-Oct McMaster 10 0 W 22-Oct McGill 7 2 W 29-Oct McMaster 5 1 W 05-Nov Western 1 0 W (def) 12-Nov OAC 1 1 T 1956 06-Oct McMaster 10 0 W 13-Oct OAC 5 1 W 20-Oct Western 9 0 W 23-Oct McMaster 5 0 W 27-Oct Western 7 0 W 03-Nov McGill 2 2 T 10-Nov McGill 2 2 T

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1957 09-Oct McMaster 3 0 W 12-Oct OAC 4 3 W 19-Oct Western 7 0 W 26-Oct Western 3 0 W 30-Oct McMaster 3 0 W 02-Nov McGill 2 2 T 09-Nov McGill 5 0 W 16-Nov OAC 2 2 T 1958 04-Oct McMaster 3 0 W 11-Oct Western 4 0 W 18-Oct McGill 2 0 W 22-Oct McMaster 6 0 W 25-Oct McGill 9 0 W 01-Nov Western 5 0 W 08-Nov OAC 3 4 L xx-Nov OAC 2 2 T 1959 02-Oct McMaster 4 0 W 10-Oct Western 3 0 W 15-Oct Ryerson 4 2 W 17-Oct McGill 0 1 L 21-Oct OAC 1 0 W 24-Oct McGill 5 1 W 27-Oct McMaster 2 0 W 31-Oct Western 5 1 W 07-Nov OAC 4 1 W 10-Nov Ryerson 4 2 W 1960 01-Oct Western 5 0 W 05-Oct McMaster 4 2 W 08-Oct OAC 3 5 L 11-Oct Ryerson 3 0 W 15-Oct McGill 4 5 L 22-Oct McGill 2 4 L 29-Oct McMaster 2 0 W 05-Nov Western 4 0 W 09-Nov Ryerson 4 1 W 12-Nov OAC 2 0 W 1961 04-Oct McMaster 3 3 T 07-Oct Western 4 1 W 12-Oct Ryerson 0 3 L 14-Oct OAC 3 6 L 21-Oct McGill 1 2 L 24-Oct McMaster 2 5 L 28-Oct McGill 3 3 T 01-Nov Ryerson 2 0 W

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1962 02-Oct Ryerson 4 2 W 06-Oct OAC 4 2 W 10-Oct McMaster 3 2 W 13-Oct McGill 1 1 T 20-Oct Western 4 1 W 25-Oct Ryerson 0 1 L 27-Oct Western 1 2 L 03-Nov McGill 0 1 L 07-Nov McMaster 5 1 W 10-Nov OAC 3 2 W 1963 01-Oct Ryerson 2 3 L 05-Oct OAC 8 1 W 09-Oct McMaster 2 1 W 12-Oct McGill 4 3 W ex 19-Oct Western 1 2 L 24-Oct Ryerson 3 1 W 26-Oct Western 2 1 W 02-Nov McGill 2 2 T ex 06-Nov McMaster 1 1 T 09-Nov OAC 5 1 W 1964 30-Sep Ryerson 6 0 W ex 03-Oct McGill 0 0 T ex 10-Oct Western 2 1 W 17-Oct OAC 2 0 W 21-Oct McMaster 2 2 T 24-Oct McMaster 2 0 W 31-Oct Western 5 0 W 03-Nov OAC 3 0 W 07-Nov McGill (OT) 0 0 T OU-Ch 1965 25-Sep Toronto Ita 2 3 L ex 28-Sep Ryerson 6 0 W ex 02-Oct McGill 4 0 W ex 09-Oct Western 5 0 W 16-Oct Guelph 4 0 W 20-Oct McMaster 5 2 W 23-Oct McMaster 3 2 W 30-Oct Western 7 1 W 02-Nov Guelph 7 3 W 06-Nov McGill 4 1 W ex 13-Nov Queen’s 6 1 W OU-Ch 1966 01-Oct Western 4 1 W 08-Oct Guelph 3 3 T 15-Oct McGill 1 0 W ex 19-Oct Guelph 7 0 W 22-Oct McGill 6 1 W ex 29-Oct McMaster 2 0 W 01-Nov McMaster 1 0 W

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1967 23-Sep T&D Assn 8 3 W ex 26-Sep Ryerson 1 0 W ex 30-Sep Scarboro Jr. 3 1 W ex 04-Oct McMaster 6 0 W 07-Oct McGill 7 0 W 14-Oct Western 7 3 W 21-Oct Guelph 4 2 W 25-Oct Waterloo 8 3 W 28-Oct Guelph 11 0 W 04-Nov Western 4 0 W 08-Nov McMaster 2 0 W 11-Nov McGill 2 1 W 14-Nov Waterloo 7 1 W 18-Nov Queen’s 4 0 W OU-Ch 1968 05-Oct Guelph 3 4 L 12-Oct Waterloo 5 0 W 19-Oct McMaster 4 1 W 26-Oct Western 5 2 W 30-Oct McMaster 3 2 W 02-Nov Waterloo 8 0 W 05-Nov Western 3 2 W 09-Nov Guelph 1 2 L 16-Nov Montreal 12 1 W OU-Ch 1969 27-Sep York 2 0 W ex 04-Oct McMaster 2 2 T 08-Oct Waterloo 5 2 W 11-Oct Western 1 1 T 18-Oct Guelph 1 1 T 25-Oct Western 4 2 W 29-Oct McMaster 1 3 L 01-Nov Guelph 2 1 W 04-Nov Waterloo 5 1 W 1970 30-Sep Buffalo St 0 2 L ex 03-Oct Guelph 4 4 T 06-Oct Western 0 2 L 14-Oct McMaster 1 1 T 17-Oct Waterloo 1 0 W 21-Oct Guelph NP 24-Oct Western 3 3 T 28-Oct Waterloo 7 2 W 31-Oct McMaster 1 1 T 1971 22-Sep Waterloo 3 0 W 02-Oct Western 1 1 T 20-Oct McMaster 4 1 W 23-Oct Guelph 3 1 W 06-Oct Guelph 3 1 W 08-Oct Waterloo 3 0 W 13-Oct McMaster 2 1 W

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1972 23-Sep Waterloo 4 0 W 27-Sep Brock 5 0 W 30-Sep McMaster 2 2 T 07-Oct Western 2 0 W 11-Oct Guelph 0 0 T 14-Oct Waterloo 2 0 W 18-Oct Brock 2 1 W 21-Oct McMaster 1 0 W 28-Oct Guelph 3 0 W 29-Oct Laurentian 3 1 W 04-Nov Western 7 3 W 09-Nov York 4 0 W OU-Ch 10-Nov Alberta 0 2 L CIS 1973 18-Sep McMaster 0 1 L 22-Sep Guelph 1 1 T 26-Sep Brock 5 1 W 29-Sep Waterloo 6 1 W 04-Oct Western 2 0 W 06-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 07-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 09-Oct Guelph 1 0 W 17-Oct Waterloo 1 0 W 20-Oct Brock 6 0 W 25-Oct Western 4 2 W 27-Oct McMaster 1 1 T 1974 18-Sep McMaster 4 2 W 21-Sep Waterloo 3 0 W 26-Sep Guelph 3 2 W 01-Oct Brock 1 1 T 05-Oct Laurentian 1 2 L 06-Oct Laurentian 3 0 W 09-Oct Western 0 1 L 15-Oct Western 1 2 L 24-Oct Guelph 1 2 L 27-Oct Waterloo 1 4 L 30-Oct Brock 6 0 W 02-Nov McMaster 5 2 W 1975 20-Sep Western 4 1 W 24-Sep York 1 0 W 27-Sep Laurentian 1 2 L 04-Oct Guelph 1 2 L 08-Oct Brock 8 0 W 18-Oct Queen’s 1 3 L 19-Oct RMC 2 4 L 22-Oct Trent 3 0 W 25-Oct McMaster 3 1 W Waterloo 1 2 L

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1981 19-Sep Laurentian 0 1 L 27-Sep Western 0 1 L 30-Sep Laurier 0 2 L 04-Oct York 1 3 L 07-Oct Brock 2 0 W 10-Oct Waterloo 1 4 L 11-Oct Guelph 2 2 T 18-Oct McMaster 2 2 T 24-Oct RMC 5 0 W 25-Oct Queen’s 0 0 T 1982 25-Sep Queen’s 3 0 W 02-Oct Trent 3 0 W 03-Oct RMC 5 0 W 06-Oct York 2 1 W 09-Oct Trent 2 0 W 10-Oct Carleton 1 0 W 16-Oct York 3 1 W 23-Oct Carleton 4 3 W 24-Oct Queen’s 1 1 T 28-Oct Laurentian 3 1 W OU-PO 31-Oct Laurier 2 1 W OU-Ch xx-Nov Victoria 0 1 L CIS 1983 18-Sep Carleton 7 2 W 21-Sep York 0 0 T 24-Sep RMC 1 1 T 25-Sep Laurentian 1 1 T 01-Oct Trent 4 0 W 02-Oct Carleton 1 1 T 08-Oct Queen’s 4 0 W 09-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 12-Oct Trent 2 0 W 19-Oct York 1 0 W 22-Oct RMC 2 2 T 23-Oct Queen’s 4 0 W 1984 15-Sep RMC 0 0 T 16-Sep Laurentian 2 2 T 20-Sep York 2 1 W 23-Sep Carleton 0 0 T 29-Sep Trent 5 1 W 30-Sep Carleton 1 3 L 06-Oct Queen’s 1 4 L 07-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 13-Oct RMC 0 1 L 14-Oct Queen’s 0 1 L 17-Oct York 1 3 L 23-Oct Trent 1 2 L

1985 14-Sep Laurentian 3 0 W 15-Sep RMC 6 0 W 21-Sep Queen’s 1 1 T 22-Sep Trent 1 0 W 28-Sep Carleton 2 0 W 29-Sep RMC 1 0 W 05-Oct Laurentian 3 0 W 06-Oct Carleton 0 1 L 09-Oct York 1 1 T 16-Oct Trent 2 0 W 19-Oct York 0 0 T 20-Oct Queen’s 1 2 L 1986 13-Sep Carleton 3 3 T 17-Sep York 2 0 W 20-Sep Queen’s 2 1 W 21-Sep RMC 6 1 W 27-Sep Laurentian 1 1 T 08-Oct Trent 3 0 W 15-Oct Trent 4 0 W 18-Oct York 0 1 L 19-Oct Carleton 2 1 W 25-Oct RMC 3 1 W 26-Oct Queen’s 0 1 L 28-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 02-Nov Queen’s pk 1 0 W OU-PO 07-Nov McMaster 1 0 W OU-PO 09-Nov Laurier 2 0 W OU-Ch 14-Nov UNB 3 2 W CIS 16-Nov UBC 0 4 L CIS-Ch 1987 19-Sep Queen’s 2 0 W 20-Sep Carleton 2 3 L 23-Sep Trent 8 2 W 26-Sep Laurentian 0 0 T 27-Sep Carleton 2 3 L 03-Oct RMC 4 0 W 07-Oct York 3 0 W 14-Oct York 0 0 T 17-Oct RMC 11 0 W 18-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 21-Oct Trent 7 0 W 24-Oct Queen’s 2 1 W 27-Oct York 3 1 W OU-PO 06-Nov Laurentian 1 0 W OU-PO 08-Nov Laurier 0 1 L OU-Ch 1988 17-Sep Queen’s 3 1 W 18-Sep RMC 5 1 W 21-Sep Trent 6 1 W 24-Sep RMC 7 0 W 25-Sep Carleton 2 1 W 01-Oct Carleton 2 1 W 02-Oct Laurentian 0 0 T

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1989 16-Sep Laurentian 0 4 L 23-Sep Trent 2 0 W 30-Sep Carleton 4 0 W 01-Oct RMC 2 0 W 04-Oct York 2 1 W 07-Oct Carleton 4 0 W 08-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 14-Oct Queen’s 1 0 W 15-Oct RMC 3 0 W 21-Oct York 1 0 W 22-Oct Queen’s 1 0 W 28-Oct Trent 2 0 W 31-Oct York (PK) 2 1 W OU-PO 03-Nov Laurentian 0 1 L OU-PO pk 1990 15-Sep Laurentian 0 0 T 22-Sep Queen’s 1 2 L 29-Sep Trent 4 0 W 30-Sep Carleton 1 0 W 06-Oct Queen’s 1 1 T 07-Oct RMC 8 0 W 13-Oct Laurentian 1 0 W 14-Oct Carleton 3 1 W 17-Oct York 2 1 W 20-Oct Trent 7 0 W 24-Oct York 1 0 W 27-Oct RMC 7 1 W 30-Oct Queen’s 1 0 W OU-PO 02-Nov Laurentian 1 0 W OU-PO pk 04-Nov Guelph 0 1 L OU-Ch pk 07-Nov McGill 2 1 W CIS 11-Nov UBC (OT) 1 2 L CIS 1991 21-Sep Carleton 0 1 L 22-Sep Trent 0 1 L 25-Sep York 2 1 W 28-Sep Carleton 1 4 L 29-Sep Trent 3 0 W 05-Oct Queen’s 1 0 W 08-Oct York 1 0 W 12-Oct Laurentian 2 1 L 13-Oct Queen’s 0 0 T 19-Oct Laurentian 2 1 W 26-Oct Carleton 3 1 W OU-PO 01-Nov Laurentian 1 2 L OU-PO

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1992 16-Sep Ryerson 2 0 W 19-Sep Laurentian 0 1 L 20-Sep Queen’s 1 1 W (forf) 26-Sep Carleton 1 2 L 27-Sep Trent 1 0 W 02-Oct Trent 5 0 W 07-Oct York 4 1 W 10-Oct Laurentian 1 0 W 14-Oct Ryerson 5 0 W 20-Oct Queen’s 2 0 W 24-Oct Carleton 0 1 L 25-Oct York 0 0 T 31-Oct Laurentian 0 1 L OU-PO 1993 18-Sep Queen’s 2 0 W 19-Sep Laurentian 1 1 T 22-Sep Ryerson 1 1 T 25-Sep Carleton 0 2 L 26-Sep Trent 5 1 W 29-Sep York 3 0 W 02-Oct Laurentian 1 0 W 08-Oct Trent 2 0 W 13-Oct York 4 2 W 16-Oct Queen’s 0 0 T 17-Oct Ryerson 2 0 W 24-Oct Carleton 3 1 W 30-Oct Laurentian 3 2 W OU-PO pk 03-Nov Queen’s 0 2 L OU-PO ot 1994 16-Sep Queen’s 4 0 W 18-Sep Laurentian 0 1 L 21-Sep Ryerson 1 1 T 24-Sep Carleton 2 0 W 25-Sep Trent 4 0 W 28-Sep York 2 0 W 01-Oct Laurentian 2 2 T 07-Oct Trent 3 0 W 12-Oct York 4 1 W 16-Oct Carleton 1 1 T 22-Oct Ryerson 3 1 W 23-Oct Queen’s 4 3 W 29-Oct Queen’s 0 0 W OU-PO pk 02-Nov Laurentian 0 0 L OU-PO pk 1995 16-Sep Queen’s 1 1 T 20-Sep York 2 1 W 27-Sep Ryerson 1 3 L 30-Sep Laurentian 0 1 L 01-Oct Laurentian 1 1 T 04-Oct Trent 6 2 W 07-Oct Ryerson 1 0 W 08-Oct Carleton 2 0 W 14-Oct Trent 4 0 W 15-Oct Carleton 1 1 T

21-Oct York 22-Oct Queen’s 28-Oct Queen’s

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1996 14-Sep Laurentian 1 2 L 15-Sep Queen’s 0 0 T 21-Sep Ryerson 2 0 W 22-Sep Queen’s 1 1 T 28-Sep Carleton 1 1 T 29-Sep York 1 1 T 02-Oct York 4 0 W 05-Oct Laurentian 1 2 L 09-Oct Trent 9 0 W 16-Oct Ryerson 4 1 W 19-Oct Trent 3 1 W 20-Oct Carleton 1 1 T 27-Oct Carleton 3 2 W OU-PO pk 30-Oct Laurentian 1 0 W OU-PO 03-Nov Western 1 2 L OU-Ch 08-Nov McGill 3 3 T CIS 09-Nov Victoria 0 1 L CIS 1997 06-Sep Queen’s 1 2 L 10-Sep Trent 3 0 W 13-Sep Laurentian 2 2 T 20-Sep Carleton 2 0 W 21-Sep Laurentian 0 0 T 24-Sep York 1 0 W 27-Sep Trent 6 0 W 28-Sep Carleton 2 0 W 05-Oct York 2 0 W 07-Oct Ryerson 3 2 W 12-Oct Ryerson 6 0 W 17-Oct Queen’s 1 1 T 26-Oct Laurentian 2 0 W OU-PO 29-Oct York 0 1 L OU-PO 1998 12-Sep Carleton 2 0 W 13-Sep Queen’s 1 1 T 19-Sep Trent 7 0 W 20-Sep Ryerson 1 0 W 23-Sep York 0 1 L 26-Sep Nipissing 8 1 W 27-Sep Laurentian 2 2 T 03-Oct Queen’s 1 0 W 04-Oct Carleton 2 2 T 10-Oct Nipissing 4 1 W 11-Oct Laurentian 4 0 W 17-Oct Ryerson 2 0 W 18-Oct Trent 9 1 W 25-Oct York 0 0 T 31-Oct Queen’s 3 0 W OU-PO 04-Nov York 1 0 W OU-PO 07-Nov Western 1 3 L OU-Ch 11-Nov Alberta 1 2 L CIS 12-Nov McGill 1 0 L CIS

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2003 13-Sep Laurier 3 1 L (f) 14-Sep Nipissing 2 0 L (f) 21-Sep York 4 1 L (f) 27-Sep Waterloo 3 2 L (f) 28-Sep Laurier 2 1 L (f) 04-Oct Windsor 3 0 L (f) 05-Oct Western 1 0 L (f) 10-Oct York 3 1 L (f) 18-Oct Laurentian 0 1 L (f) 19-Oct Nipissing 2 1 L (f) 26-Oct Waterloo 2 1 L (f)OU-PO 2004 11-Sep Nipissing 3 2 W 12-Sep Laurentian 2 3 L 18-Sep York 0 0 T 25-Sep McMaster 8 0 W 26-Sep Brock 1 0 W 03-Oct Ryerson 1 0 W 16-Oct Nipissing 1 1 T 17-Oct Laurentian 0 2 L 23-Oct Guelph 1 1 T 24-Oct York 2 0 W 31-Oct McMaster 3 1 W OU-PO 06-Nov Carleton 3 2 W OU-PO 07-Nov Western 0 1 L OU-Ch 12-Nov Saint Mary’s 2 4 L CIS 13-Nov McGill 0 3 L CIS 2005 10-Sep Laurentian 2 0 W 11-Sep Nipissing 5 0 W 18-Sep York 0 0 T 24-Sep Guelph 2 2 T 25-Sep Ryerson 3 0 W 01-Oct McMaster 3 0 W 02-Oct Brock 4 0 W 15-Oct Laurentian 0 2 L 16-Oct Nipissing 2 0 W 23-Oct York 2 0 W 29-Oct Nipissing 2 1 W OU-PO 05-Nov Western 2 1 W OU-PO 06-Nov Carleton 0 2 L OU-Ch 11-Nov Saint Mary’s 1 0 W CIS 12-Nov Trin. Western 4 3 W CIS 13-Nov UBC 1 2 L CI-Ch

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