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Team Directory

Quick Facts

Founded: 1827 Enrollment: 63,109 (37,915 full-time) President: David Naylor Director of Intercollegiate & High Performance Sport: Beth Ali 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 Beth Ali Melissa Krist

Director of Intercollegiate & High Performance Sport

beth.ali@utoronto.ca

Manager, Intercollegiate Sports

melissa.krist@utoronto.ca

Mary Beth Challoner

Manager, Events & Marketing

mb.challoner@utoronto.ca

Anthony Capotosto

Men’s Soccer Head Coach

bluessocceralumni@yahoo.ca

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Schedule & Results Date

Opponent

Location

Result

9/4/2010

Nipissing University

North Bay, Ontario

T 1-1

9/5/2010

Laurentian University

Sudbury, Ontario

W 2-0

9/11/2010

Queen’s University

Varsity Centre

W 1-0

9/12/2010

Royal Military College of Canada

Varsity Centre

W 5-0

9/18/2010

Royal Military College of Canada

Kingston, Ontario

W 1-0

9/19/2010

Ryerson University

Varsity Centre

T 1-1

9/25/2010

Carleton University

Varsity Centre

L 0-1

10/3/2010

Carleton University

Ottawa, Ontario

T 0-0

10/8/2010

Laurentian University

Varsity Centre

W 3-1

10/9/2010

Nipissing University

Varsity Centre

W 6-0

10/13/2010

Ryerson University

Birchmount Stadium

W 3-1

10/17/2010

Queen’s University

Kingston, Ontario

W 2-0

10/20/2010

Trent University

Peterborough, Ontario

W 5-0

10/23/2010

Trent University

Varsity Centre

W 4-0

10/30/2010

Queen’s University (OUA Quarter-Final)

Varsity Centre

W 2-1

11/6/2010

University of Western Ontario (OUA Semifinal)

York University

W 3-1

11/7/2010

York University

York University

W 1-0 (PK)

11/11-14/2010

CIS Championship

Varsity Centre

TBD

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Roster

# 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 23 26

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Name Name Russell Moore John Smits Brian Mittag Neil D’Silva Darragh McGee Yuriy Czoli Yannis Gianniotis Ryan Sciacchitano Nordo Gooden Mario Kovacevic Alexander Raphael Michael Braithwaite Nicolas Girard Scott Nesbitt Geoffrey Borgmann Dylan Bams Federico Vaccaro Ezequiel Lubocki Ryan Tawil Jesse Assing Jean Giroux Lawrence Buchan

Pos. GK GK F D M D D M S S S D D M M M D M M M M M

Ht. 5-11 6-4 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-2 5-8 5-8 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-8 6-0 6-2 5-9 5-9

Elig. 1 3 1 3 2 2 4 2 5 1 4 3 1 4 3 3 2 1 1 3 1 3

Major Equity Studies Biology Engineering Arts & Science PhD Sociology of Sport Urban Studies Master’s of Teaching FPEH Economics Mechanical Engineering Political Science Economics OISE FPEH FPEH FPEH Commerce & Finance International Relations Economics/Political Science FPEH Political Science Mechanical Engineering

Yr. 2 5 1 5 2 3 5 2 5 3 5 4 1 4 4 3 4 1 4 3 2 3

Hometown Plainfield, N.H. Mississauga, Ont. Courtice, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Donegal, Ireland Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Woodbridge, Ont. Kingston, Jamaica Woodbridge, Ont. East York, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Fanny Bay, B.C. Mississauga, Ont. Winnipeg, Man. Mississauga, Ont. Bethany, Ont. Montreal, Que. Port Moody, B.C.

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Coaching Staff

Anthony Capotosto Head Coach 4th Season

University of Toronto Coaching Record Season Regular Season Playoffs Tournament 2009 11-1-2 3-3 0-2 2008 10-1-3 1-2 1-1 2007 8-3-3 0-1 1-1 TOTAL 29-5-8 4-6 2-4

Overall 14-6-2 12-4-3 9-5-3 35-15-8

A four-time Blues team captain and two-time all-Canadian, Anthony Capotosto joined the Blues as head coach in 2007 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.

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Coaching Staff 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.

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 industry-leading 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.

Luciano Lombardi - Goalkeeper Coach

Luciano joined the men’s soccer coaching staff in 2009 after a five-year goalkeeping career with the Blues. As a player, Luciano 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. As a team co-captain 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 is an Ontario Soccer Association (OSA) senior level 3 certified coach and is a candidate for the provincial “B” license (national “B” license part 1). He also holds the OSA goalkeeping coaching diploma and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) goalkeeping level 1 coaching diploma.

Support Staff Pierre Grossi - General Manager Marcel Charland - Head Therapist Guido Geisler - Mental Training Coach

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2010 OUA Champions

TORONTO - The University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s soccer team defeated the host York Lions 1-0 in a shootout on Sunday evening (Nov. 7) to win their first OUA title since 2002 at York Stadium. Toronto and York, who finished first in the OUA East and West divisions, respectively, were evenly matched throughout the game and a shootout was a fitting end. Kicking the winning shot for the Varsity Blues was Darragh McGee of Donegal, Ireland in the sixth round. Blues goalkeeper and player of the match John Smits of Mississauga, Ont. then stepped up and made a huge save on a shot by Carlos Noguiera (Brampton, Ont.) for the win. Possession was even in the first half as both the Lions and Varsity Blues had multiple scoring chances, but for the most part were shut down by each other before either team could get close to the net. The two teams had four corners apiece in the first half but none proved to be very dangerous. The Lions had the best chance in the 37th minute. Selvin Lammie of Toronto went into the box alone but was hauled down by McGee, who received a yellow card on

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the play, and the Lions were awarded a penalty kick. Striker Adrian Pena (Woodbridge, Ont.) took the shot and fired it to the right of Smits, who dove to his side to come up with a huge save at the goal line. The game played out in similar fashion in the second half and into overtime. Toronto and York traded opportunities but could not find the back of the net, and it wasn’t until the shootout when action really picked up. Toronto’s Yannis Gianniotis (Toronto) made good on the first shot, but York’s Branko Majstorovic (Mississauga, Ont.) bounced his shot off the post to give the Varsity Blues the early lead. However, the Lions got back into it right away when Sotiri Varlokostas (Toronto) made a great save on Geoffrey Borgmann (Mississauga, Ont.). Alon Badat (Thornhill, Ont.), Dominic Antonini (Winnipeg) and Daniel Fabrizi (Brampton, Ont.) all made good on their attempts for the Lions, while Ezequiel Lubocki (Winnipeg) and Alex Raphael (East York, Ont.) responded for the Varsity Blues. However, Nordo Gooden of Kingston, Jamaica fired his shot over the net, which gave Pena the opportunity to win it in the fifth round. He stepped up to the spot and tapped a shot into the corner but Smits was there to make yet another game-saving stop.

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2010 OUA Awards & All-Stars Darragh McGee, Ezequiel Lubocki and Lawrence Buchan won three of the four major awards, while four other Varsity Blues earn all-star status when Ontario University Athletics (OUA) announced men’s soccer East division award winners on Thursday, November 4. McGee of Donegal, Ireland was named the OUA East division’s most valuable player in only his second year with the Blues. The sophomore defender and co-captain scored five goals this season which earned him the MVP honours and a spot on the OUA first team all-star list. A native of Winnipeg, Lubocki is the recipient of the T. Litizen rookie of the year award. The first-year midfielder was a regular starter for the strong Blues squad and helped lead them to a first-place finish in the East. Lubocki scored four goals this season and also earns first team all-star status. Buchan of Port Moody, B.C., earns the OUA East community service award, given to a player who has been involved within his school as well as his community. This mechanical engineering major has served as a staff coach for Camp U of T that requires him to work with young players in the Toronto community. The third-year midfielder also organized and ran the annual high school tournament each year since he’s been a part ofU of T’s men’s soccer program. Joining McGee and Lubocki on the first team all-star list are fifth-year strikers Nordo Gooden and Alexander Raphael. Now a two-time OUA all-star, Gooden of Kingston, Jamica, scored six goals this season for the Blues, while Raphael, of East York, Ont., earns his second consecutive first team nod for his team-high eight goal performance in 2010. Blues goalkeeper John Smits (Mississauga, Ont.) and midfielder Dylan Bams also earn their second consecutive all-star nod, this time as members of the second team. Smits led the Blues between the pipes this season, allowing only five goals against and earning nine shutouts in 14 games. Bams tallied three goals in 2010 and rounds out the six members of the Varsity Blues who received all-star recognition. OUA ALL-STARS AND MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Most Valuable Player: Darragh McGee (Toronto) T Litzen Rookie of the Year: Ezequiel Lubocki (Toronto) Coach of the Year: Ivan Joseph (Ryerson) Community Service: Lawrence Buchan (Toronto) FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Goalkeeper: Karl Wasslen (Ottawa, Ont.) – Carleton Defender: Cameron Brooks (Whitby, Ont.) – Laurentian Defender: Nick Persichino (Thunder Bay, Ont.) – Carleton Defender: Darragh McGee (Donegal, Ireland) – Toronto Defender: Markus Molder (Toronto, Ont.) – Ryerson Midfielder: Joey Kewin (London, Ont.) – Carleton Midfielder: Ezequiel Lubocki (Winnipeg, Man.) – Toronto Midfielder: Mike Arnold (London, Ont.) – Queen’s Midfielder: Alex Braletic (Thornhill, Ont.) – Ryerson Forward: Nordo Gooden (Toronto, Ont.) – Toronto Forward: Alexander Raphael (East York, Ont.) – Toronto

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SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Goalkeeper: John Smits (Mississauga, Ont.) - Toronto Defender: Chris Bascelli (Ottawa, Ont.) – Trent Defender: Andrew Nador (Kingston, Ont.) – Queen’s Defender: Joseph Zupo (Toronto, Ont.) – Queen’s Defender: Jacob O’Connor (Ottawa, Ont.) - Ryerson Midfielder: Trevor Beange (Sudbury, Ont.) - Laurentian Midfielder: Sam McHugh (Russell, Ont.) - Carleton Midfielder: Dylan Bam (Fanny Bay, B.C.) - Toronto Midfielder: Kevin Souter (Portsoy, Scotland) - Ryerson Forward: Davor Alisic (Charlottetown, P.E.I.) - Laurentian Forward: Viktor Anastasov (Toronto, Ont.) – Ryerson

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Player Profiles #21 Jesse Assing Midfield

Eligibility Year: 1 Program: FPEH Hometown: Bethany, Ont. High School: St. Peter’s S.S. Height: 6-2 High School: Won the physical education award in grade 12…named the most valuable player on the badminton and soccer teams. Previous Club Team: Won the under-19 Central Ontario badminton Triple Crown in 2007… won the gold in singles and doubles and a silver in mixed doubles at the Central Ontario badminton championships in 2008. Varsity: Also plays on the Varsity Blues badminton team...named an OUA badminton all-star in 2008 and 2009. 2010: Dressed for 11 games...scored one goal. Personal: Father, Ian, plays badminton for the Ridges Club and won a gold medal in doubles at the Central Ontario badminton district championships in 2008.

#16 Dylan Bams Midfield

Eligibility Year: 3 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. Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 13 games...scored three goals...named an OUA East second team all-star. 2009: Dressed for 13 games...scored two goals...named an OUA East first team all-star. 2008: Dressed for 11 games...scored two goals.

#15 Geoffrey Borgmann Midfield

Eligibility Year: 3 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. Personal: Sister, Heidi, played on the Varsity Blues women’s soccer team (2005-09).

Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 13 games...scored one goal. 2009: Dressed for 13 games. 2008: Dressed for nine games...scored one goal.

#11 Michael Brathwaite Defence

Eligibility Year: 3 Hometown: Toronto, Ont. Height: 5-8 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 13 games. 2009: Dressed for 12 games.

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Program: Economics High School: Riverdale C.I.

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Player Profiles #26 Lawrence Buchan Midfield

Eligibility Year: 3 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 under-18 metro provincial championship in 2008.

Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 12 games...scored one goal...named the OUA East community service award winner. 2009: Dressed for 14 games. 2008: Dressed for 13 games...scored one goal...named an OUA East second team all-star.

#5 Yuriy Czoli Midfield

Eligibility Year: 2 Hometown: Toronto, Ont. Height: 5-11 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 10 games.

Program: Urban Studies High School: Bishop Allen Academy

#3 Neil D’Silva Defence

Eligibility Year: 3 Program: Arts & Science Hometown: Mississauga, Ont. Height: 5-10 High School: Won a silver medal at the 2005 OFSAA soccer championships. Previous Club Team: Played for the A.C. Diavoli. Varsity: 2010: Dressed for eight games...scored one goal. Personal: Father played for the Tanzania men’s field hockey team in the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow, Russia.

#6 Yannis Gianniotis Defence

Eligibility Year: 4 Program: Master’s of Teaching Hometown: Toronto, Ont. High School: West Hill C.I. Height: 5-11 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for nine games...scored two goals...named a team co-captain. 2009: Dressed for 13 games...ranked third on the team with four goals....voted team captain... named an OUA East first team all-star and CIS first team all-Canadian. 2008: Dressed for 14 games...named an OUA East first team all-star and the Blues MVP.

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Player Profiles #13 Nicolas Girard Defence

Eligibility Year: 1 Hometown: Toronto, Ont. Height: 6-3 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for eight games.

Program: OISE High School: Mentor College

#23 Jean Giroux Midfield

Eligibility Year: 1 Program: Political Science Hometown: Montreal, Que. High School: Royal St. George’s College Height: 5-9 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for seven games...scored one goal.

#8 Nordo Gooden Forward

Eligibility Year: 5 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...won the Super Aces award. 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: 2010: Dressed for 13 games...ranked second on the team with six goals...named an OUA East first team all-star. 2009: Dressed for all 14 games...led the team and was ranked first in the OUA with eight goals...named an OUA East second team all-star. 2008: Dressed for 13 games...scored four goals...won the OUA East division community service award.

#9 Mario Kovacevic Striker

Eligibility Year: 1 Program: Mechanical Engineering Hometown: Woodbridge, Ont. High School: St. Jean de Brebeuf Height: 5-9 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 13 games...scored one goal. Personal: Coaches the under-15 Vaughn Wolfpack volleyball team.

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Player Profiles #18 Ezequiel Lubocki Midfield

Eligibility Year: 1 Program: International Relations Hometown: Winnipeg, Man. High School: U of Winnipeg C.I. Height: 5-8 High School: Named Manitoba’s 2009 youth player of the year Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 13 games...scored four goals...named the OUA East rookie of the year and a first team all-star.

#4 Darragh McGee Midfield

Eligibility Year: 4 Program: PhD Sociology of Sport Hometown: Donegral, Ireland High School: Royal and Prior Comprehensive Height: 6-0 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for all 14 games...ranked third on the team with five goals...named the OUA East most valuable player and a first team all-star. 2009: Dressed for 10 games.

#2 Brian Mittag Forward

Eligibility Year: 1 Program: Engineering Hometown: Courtice, Ont. High School: Holy Trinity C.S.S. Height: 6-0 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for six games. Personal: Brother, Dan, plays soccer at Wilfrid Laurier University... father, Roger, played football for the York Lions.

#00 Russell Moore Goalkeeper

Eligibility Year: 1 Hometown: Plainfield, N.H. Height: 6-0

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Program: Equity Studies High School: Labanon H.S.

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Player Profiles #14 Scott Nesbitt Midfield

Eligibility Year: 4 Program: FPEH Hometown: Scarborough, Ont. High School: Birchmount C.I. Height: 6-3 OCAA: Was the most valuable player in the final game of the OCCA provincial championships in 2007…also named a tournament all-star. Varsity: 2010: Dressed for nine games. 2009: Dressed for 13 games...scored three goals

#10 Alexander Raphael Striker

Eligibility Year: 5 Program: Political Science Hometown: East York, Ont. High School: St. Elizabeth C.H.S. Height: 5-8 Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 12 games...led the team and ranked fifth in the OUA with eight goals...named an OUA East first team all-star. 2009: Dressed for 13 games...ranked second on the team and third in the OUA with seven goals...named an OUA East first team all-star. 2008: Dressed for 14 games...scored four goals.

#7 Ryan Sciacchitano Midfield

Eligibility Year: 2 Program: FPEH Hometown: Woodbridge, Ont. High School: St. Jean de Brebeuf Height: 5-8 High School: Named captain and most valuable player of the champion boy’s soccer team in 2006 and 2008. Varsity: 2010: Dressed for nine games. 2009: Dressed for 13 games.

#1 John Smits Goalkeeper

Eligibility Year: 3 Program: Biology Hometown: Mississauga, Ont. High School: St. Joseph S.S. Height: 6-4 Previous Club Team: Played for the A.C. Diavoli Varsity: 2010: Played in all 14 games...recorded nine shutouts and allowed only five goals against...named an OUA East second team all-star. 2009: Played in all 14 games...recorded a CIS-high 11 shutouts...named an OUA East second team all-star. Personal: Father was a wrestler for U of T…Mother was on the track & field team at the University of Waterloo....John runs a tutoring program at local community centres for children to help educate and build confidence in the classroom.

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Player Profiles #20 Ryan Tawil Midfield

Eligibility Year: 1 Program: Economics/Political Science Hometown: Mississauga, Ont. High School: Erindale S.S. Height: 5-8 Club: Was captain and MVP of the Erin Mills football club in 2006. University: Won the golden boot in first-year UTM division 1 soccer. Varsity: 2010: Dressed for one game. Personal: Cousin plays in the topflight league of Venezuela for Aragua FC.

#17 Frederico Vaccaro Defence

Eligibility Year: 2 Program: Commerce & Fianance Hometown: Mississauga, Ont. High School: Loyola C.S.S. Height: 6-3 Athletic Awards: Named the most valuable player for UTM men’s tri-campus team in 2008-09. Varsity: 2010: Dressed for 11 games. 2009: Dressed for eight games.

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Opponents

Carleton Ravens

Laurentian Voyageurs

2010 Record: 9-3-2 2010 Scores: Sep 25 - Carleton 1, Toronto 0 Oct 3 - Toronto 0, Carleton 0

Athletic Director: Peter Hellstrum Head Coach: Carlos Castrechino ccastrechino@laurentian.ca 2010 Record: 6-6-2 2010 Scores: Sep 5 - Toronto 2, Laurentian 0 Oct 8 - Toronto 3, Laurentian 1

RMC Paladins

Ryerson Rams

Trent Excalibur

Athletic Director: Darren CatesHead Coach: Victor Mendes victor.mendes@rmc.ca 2010 Record: 0-14-0 2010 Scores: Sep 12 - Toronto 5, RMC 0 Sep 18 - Toronto 1, RMC 0

2010 Record: 5-4-5 2010 Scores: Sep 19 - Toronto 1, Ryerson 1 Oct 13 - Toronto 3, Ryerson 1

2010 Record: 5-7-2 2010 Scores: Oct 20 - Toronto 5, Trent 0 Oct 23 - Toronto 4, Trent 0

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 2010 Record: 3-10-1 2010 Scores: Sep 4 - Toronto 1, Nipissing 1 Oct 9 - Toronto 6, Nipissing 0

Queen’s Gaels

Location: Kingston, Ont. Enrollment: 18,813 Web Site: www.gogaelsgo.com Athletic Director: Leslie Dal Cin Head Coach: Chris Gencarelli Qmsoccer@queensu.ca 2010 Record: 8-5-1 2010 Scores: Sep 11 - Toronto 0, Queen’s 0 Oct 17 - Queen’s 1, Toronto 0

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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2010 Year in Review OUA STANDINGS East Team Toronto Carleton Ryerson Queen’s Laurentian Trent Nipissing RMC

GP 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

W 10 9 7 8 6 5 3 0

L 1 3 2 5 6 7 10 14

T 3 2 5 1 2 2 1 0

West Team York Western Laurier McMaster Guelph Waterloo Windsor Brock UOIT

PTS 33 29 26 25 20 17 10 0

GP 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 12 11 7 8 5 5 3 4 1

L 2 1 3 5 8 8 5 11 13

T 2 4 6 3 3 3 8 1 2

PTS 38 37 27 27 18 18 17 13 5

2010 VARSITY BLUES STATISTICS ## 10 8 4 18 16 6

Player Alexander Raphael Nordo Gooden Darragh McGee Ezequiel Lubocki Dylan Bams Yannis Gianniotis

GP 12 13 14 13 13 9

G 8 6 5 4 3 2

YC 0 0 0 1 0 1

RC 0 0 0 0 0 0

## 15 9 26 21 3 23

Player Geoffrey Borgmann Mario Kovacevic Lawrence Buchan Jesse Assing Neil D’Silva Jean Giroux

GP 13 13 12 11 8 7

G 1 1 1 1 1 1

YC 1 0 0 0 1 0

RC 0 0 0 0 0 0

2010 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Regular Season Date Opponent Location 9/4/2010 Toronto 1, Nippissing 1 Education Centre Field 9/5/2010 Toronto 2, Laurentian 0 Varsity Centre 9/11/2010 Toronto 1, Queen’s 0 Varsity Centre 9/12/2010 Toronto 5, RMC 0 Varsity Centre 9/18/2010 Toronto 1, RMC 0 RMC Inner Field 9/25/2010 Carleton 1, Toronto 0 Varsity Centre 10/3/2010 Toronto 0, Carleton 0 Raven’s Field 10/8/2010 Toronto 3, Laurentian 1 Varsity Centre 10/13/2010 Toronto 3, Ryerson 1 Birchmount Stadium 10/17/2010 Toronto 2, Queen’s 0 Richardson Stadium 10/20/2010 Toronto 5, Trent 0 Trent University 10/30/2010 Toronto 2, Queen’s 1 Varsity Centre OUA Playoffs Date Oppenent Playoff 10/30/2010 Toronto 2, Queen’s 0 Quarter-Final 11/6/2010 Toronto 3, Western 1 Semifinal 11/7/2010 Toronto 1, York 0 (PK) Final

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Goal Scorers Gianniotis 1 Bams 1, Gianniotis 1 Gooden 1 McGee 1, Gooden 1, Raphael 1, Giroux 1, Bams 1 McGee 1

Raphael 1, Gooden 1, Lubocki 1 Raphael 1, Kovacevic 1, Lubocki 1 McGee 1, Raphael 1 Raphael 2, Gooden 1, D’Silva 1, Lubocki 1 Raphael 1, Gooden 1

Goal Scorers Gooden 1, Raphael 1 Dylan Bams 1, Nordo Gooden 1, Mario Kovacevic 1

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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 2004-06 and 2009 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, 37 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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VARSITY BLUES AT THE CIS CHAMPIONSHIP (Since 1972)

Appearances 12

GP 25

W 8

1972 Alberta 2, Toronto 0 1982 Victoria 1, Toronto 0 1986 Semifinal - Toronto 3, UNB 2 Final - UBC 4, Toronto 0 1988 Semifinal - Toronto 2, Alberta 1 Final - Toronto 1, McGill 0 1990 Prelim - Toronto 2, McGill 1 Semifinal - UBC 2, Toronto 1 (OT)

L 16

T 1

1st Appearance 1972

Last Appearance 2009

1996 Pool A Toronto 3, McGill 3 Victoria 1, Toronto 0

2004 Pool A SMU 4, Toronto 2 McGill 3, Toronto 0

1998 Pool B Alberta 2, Toronto 1 McGill 1, Toronto 0

2005 Quarter-Final - Toronto 1, SMU 0 Semifinal - Toronto 4, TWU 3 Final - UBC 3, Toronto 1

2002 Pool B Toronto 1, Victoria 0 Brock 2, Toronto 0 Bronze - McGill 3, Toronto 0

2006 Quarter-Final - Montreal 2, Toronto 1 Consolation Semifinal - SMU 3, Toronto 0

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2009 Quarter-Final - Toronto 2, Victoria 1 Semifinal - Laval 3, Toronto 0 Bronze - TWU 2, Toronto 1 (PK)

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Record Manual AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS CIS CHAMPIONS 1988 CIS COACH OF THE YEAR 1986 - Jim Lefkos 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) 2009 - Yannis Gianniotis (2nd Team)

OUA CHAMPIONS 2002, 1988, 1986, 1982, 1976, 1972, 1968, 1967, 1966, 1965, 1964*, 1963’, 1962, 1960, 1959, 1958*’, 1957, 1956’, 1955, 1954, 1953, 1951’, 1950, 1949, 1948, 1947, 1946, 1945, 1939, 1938, 1935, 1933, 1932, 1929, 1923, 1921, 1920, 1919, 1914, 1913, 1911, 1910, 1909, 1908, 1907, 1906, 1905, 1904 ‘ West champions *co-champions

OUA COACH OF THE YEAR 1986 - Jim Lefkos (East co-winner) 1988 - Jim Lefkos (East) 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) 2005 - Eric Tse (North/South) 2006 - Mike Bialy (East) 2007 - Mike Bialy (East) 2010 - Darragh McGee (East)

OUA COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD 2008 – Nordo Gooden 2010 - Lawrence Buchan

OUA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2001 - Sean Myers (East/North) 2002 - George Davis (West/North) 2010 - Ezequiel Lubocki (East)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS, 1963 TO DATE REGULAR

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 2009

W 5 5 6 6 10 6 4 2 6 9 7 6 5 7 4 5 7 2 2 9 6 2 5 7 7 10 10 9 5 8 8 8 6 5 8 9 9 9 8 4 0 5 7 8 8 10 11

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SEASON

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

PLAYOFFS

W 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 2 5 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 2 5 0 2 4 3 0 1 3

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

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 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 Anthony Capotosto

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ALL-TIME GAME RESULTS, 1945 TO 2008 All games are CIAU(C)/OQAA/OUAA/OUA league games unless otherwise noted

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 17-Oct 18-Oct 19-Oct 20-Oct 23-Oct 27-Oct

OAC 7 4 W OAC 5 1 W Buffalo St 1 0 W ex RMC 2 0 W McGill 2 5 L Western 7 2 W RMC 1 0 W

02-Nov Western 10-Nov McGill

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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 17-Nov OAC 4 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 26-Oct Western 1 2 L 06-Nov Laurentian 2 3 L OU-Ch

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 1976 22-Sep 25-Sep 29-Sep 02-Oct 06-Oct 09-Oct 10-Oct

York 3 3 T Laurentian 3 1 W Guelph 2 1 W Trent 6 2 W Brock 4 0 W Queen’s 1 0 W RMC 6 1 W

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1977 24-Sep Laurentian 2 3 L 28-Sep Guelph 4 0 W 05-Oct Brock 2 0 W 08-Oct Queen’s 3 1 W 09-Oct RMC 8 1 W 12-Oct Waterloo 3 3 T 15-Oct York 2 3 L 19-Oct McMaster 0 2 L 22-Oct Western 1 4 L 1978 23-Sep RMC 6 0 W 24-Sep Queen’s 1 2 L 30-Sep Laurentian 0 0 T 01-Oct McMaster 2 0 W 14-Oct Guelph 1 0 W 18-Oct Waterloo 0 1 L 21-Oct York 0 1 L 22-Oct Western 2 1 W 28-Oct Brock 2 0 W Queen’s 0 3 L OU-PO 1979 22-Sep RMC 6 0 W 23-Sep Queen’s 2 2 T 29-Sep Laurentian 2 3 L 03-Oct McMaster 1 0 W 06-Oct Waterloo 1 0 W 13-Oct Guelph 3 0 W 20-Oct York 2 0 W 21-Oct Western 1 0 W 27-Oct Brock 3 0 W 31-Oct Western 3 1 W OU-PO Laurentian 3 2 W OU-Ch OT Championship forfeited – non-amateur player 1980 20-Sep 24-Sep 28-Sep 01-Oct 04-Oct 12-Oct 15-Oct 18-Oct 22-Oct 26-Oct

Guelph 0 1 L Laurier 1 2 L Western 0 1 L McMaster 1 1 T Queen’s 1 2 L York 0 2 L Brock 1 1 T Laurentian 2 1 W Waterloo 0 2 L RMC 4 0 W

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

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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 15-Sep 21-Sep 22-Sep 28-Sep 29-Sep 05-Oct 06-Oct 09-Oct 16-Oct 19-Oct 20-Oct

Laurentian 3 0 W RMC 6 0 W Queen’s 1 1 T Trent 1 0 W Carleton 2 0 W RMC 1 0 W Laurentian 3 0 W Carleton 0 1 L York 1 1 T Trent 2 0 W York 0 0 T 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 12-Oct Trent 1 0 W 15-Oct York 3 2 W 16-Oct Queen’s 2 1 W 19-Oct York 0 1 L 22-Oct Laurentian 2 0 W 20-Oct Carleton pk 1 0 W OU-PO 04-Nov Queen’s 4 2 W OU-PO 06-Nov Western 2 0 W OU-Ch 11-Nov Alberta 2 1 W CIS 12-Nov McGill 1 0 W CIS-Ch 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

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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 0 3 L 22-Oct Queen’s 2 1 W 28-Oct Queen’s 0 1 L OU-PO 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 1999 11-Sep Laurentian 2 2 T 12-Sep Nipissing 3 1 W 18-Sep Queen’s 1 1 T 19-Sep Ryerson 3 1 W 25-Sep Carleton 2 0 W 26-Sep Trent 4 0 W 29-Sep York 1 1 T 02-Oct Nipissing 5 0 W 03-Oct Laurentian 1 0 W 08-Oct Toronto 2 1 W 16-Oct Trent 2 1 W 17-Oct Carleton 0 1 L 20-Oct Ryerson 2 0 W 23-Oct York 0 1 L 30-Oct York 0 1 L OU-PO 2000 09-Sep Laurentian 1 0 W 10-Sep Nipissing 2 1 W 17-Sep Carleton 4 0 W 23-Sep Trent 2 1 W 24-Sep York 3 0 W 30-Sep Queen’s 3 2 W 02-Oct Trent 2 0 W

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2001 09-Sep Trent 4 1 W 15-Sep Nipissing 7 0 W 16-Sep Laurentian 3 1 W 22-Sep Trent 3 0 W 23-Sep Queen’s 5 1 W 26-Sep York 4 1 W 29-Sep Carleton 0 0 W 06-Oct Laurentian 0 0 W 07-Oct Nipissing 6 0 W 13-Oct Carleton 1 0 W 20-Oct Queen’s 1 2 L 21-Oct York 0 3 L 27-Oct York 1 0 W OU-PO 03-Nov Laurier 1 2 L OU-PO 04-Nov Laurentian 2 1 W OU-PO 2002 14-Sep Waterloo 0 0 T 15-Sep Laurier 1 2 L 21-Sep Windsor 2 1 W 22-Sep Western 0 0 T 28-Sep Nipissing 1 0 W 29-Sep Laurentian 3 0 W 04-Oct York 0 0 T 10-Oct York 1 1 T 19-Oct Laurentian 1 2 L 20-Oct Nipissing 4 2 W 23-Oct Waterloo 3 2 W OU-PO 26-Oct Western 2 1 W OU-PO 02-Nov Brock 2 1 W OU-PO 03-Nov Carleton 2 1 W OU-Ch Victoria 1 0 W CIS Brock 0 2 L CIS McGill 0 3 L CIS-Br 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 12-Sep 18-Sep 25-Sep 26-Sep

Nipissing 3 2 W Laurentian 2 3 L York 0 0 T McMaster 8 0 W Brock 1 0 W

03-Oct Ryerson 16-Oct Nipissing 17-Oct Laurentian 23-Oct Guelph 24-Oct York 31-Oct McMaster 06-Nov Carleton 07-Nov Western 12-Nov Saint Mary’s 13-Nov McGill

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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 2006 2-Sep Ryerson 1 0 3-Sep Trent 2 1 9-Sep Laurentian 1 0 10-Sep Nipissing 3 0 17-Sep Ryerson 2 0 23-Sep Carleton 0 0 30-Sep Queen’s 1 2 1-Oct RMC 2 0 4-Oct Trent 2 2 6-Oct Nipissing 7 4 7-Oct Laurentian 1 1 14-Oct Queen’s 0 1 15-Oct RMC 3 0 22-Oct Carleton 1 3 25-Oct Nipissing 4 1 28-Oct Carleton 2 1 4-Nov Brock 3 1 5-Nov Western 1 2

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14-Oct Nipissing 20-Oct RMC 27-Oct Queen’s

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Ryerson Laurentian Nipissing Carleton Trent Carleton Trent RMC Nipissing Laurentian Ryerson Queen’s RMC Queen’s Laurentian York Carleton

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2009 5-Sep Trent 6-Sep Queen’s 13-Sep Queen’s 16-Sep Ryerson 19-Sep Carleton 26-Sep Laurentian 27-Sep Nipissing 30-Sep Trent 4-Oct RMC 7-Oct Ryerson 9-Oct Carleton 16-Oct Laurentian 17-Oct Nipissing 24-Oct RMC 31-Oct Laurentian 7-Nov Western 8-Nov McMaster 12-Nov Victoria 13-Nov Laval 15-Nov Trinity

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