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2015 GOLDEN HAWK FOOTBALL

2015 GOLDEN HAWK FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

August 21 Laurier @ Saskatchewan (Non-Conference) L 33-10 August 30 Laurier @ York 1:00 PM September 7 Laurier @ Guelph 1:00 PM September 12 Western @ Laurier 7:30 PM September 19 BYE WEEK September 26 Windsor @ Laurier (Homecoming) 1:00 PM October 3 Laurier @ Waterloo 1:00 PM October 9 Ottawa @ Laurier 7:00 PM October 17 McMaster @ Laurier 1:00 PM October 24 Laurier @ Queen’s 1:00 PM October 31 OUA Quarter-finals TBD November 7 OUA Semifinals TBD November 14 108th Yates Cup TBD November 21 Mitchell Bowl (RSEQ @ OUA) TBD November 28 Vanier Cup (@ Laval) TBD

2015 WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL FACTS QUICK FACTS School: Wilfrid Laurier University Location: Waterloo, Ontario Enrollment: 18,800 (full/part time) Founded: 1911 University President: Dr. Max Blouw Director of Athletics: Peter Baxter Teamname: Golden Hawks Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Ontario University Athletics, OUA FOOTBALL INFORMATION First Year of Varsity Football: 1961 All-Time Record: 294-158-7 (0.648) Stadium: Knight-Newbrough Field, University Stadium Stadium Capacity: 6,500 Turf: Sportexe 2014 SEASON IN REVIEW Overall Record: 4-4 Home: 3-1 Away: 1-3 Final CIS Ranking: NR MANAGER OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS AND HEAD COACH Michael Faulds 3rd season Record at Laurier: 5-11 Home: 3-5 Away: 2-6 Playoffs: 0-1 Overall Record: 5-12

ASSISTANT COACHES Ron VanMoerkerke - Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach Dwayne Cameron - Special Teams Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator/ Defensive Backs Coach Mark Surya – Offensive Coordinator/ Receivers Coach Irv Daymond – Offensive Line Coach Eric Latimore – Defensive Line Coach Jesse Alexander – Linebackers Coach Ryan Lynch – Running Backs Coach Darcy Segin - Kicking Coach Jackson Yanchus - Offensive Line Assistant Coach Julien John – Offensive Assistant Vince Flamia – Defensive Assistant Kyle Cole – Defensive Assistant Philip Edworthy – Defensive Assistant Alena Luciani – Strength and Conditioning Coach Dave Morrisey – Scout Aaron Rudland – Scout Brian Canton – Scout Jason Vandale – Scout Tom Sanderson – Scout Joe Wade – Scout Brent Scott – Scout Matt Carr – Scout

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SUPPORT STAFF Bill Parsons – Sr. Advisor, Alumni Engagement Matthew Fischer – Equipment Manager Kerry Martin – Video Coordinator Dr. Randy Bahadur - Team Doctor Jennifer Martins – Athletic Therapist Jaime Mitchell - Student Trainer Catherine Sinha - Student Trainer Logan Roy - Student Trainer Curtis Richards - Student Trainer Maggie Waters - Student Trainer SPORTS INFORMATION DEPARTMENT Phone: (519) 884-1970 Fax Number: (519) 884-0203 Sports Information Coordinator: Jamie Howieson Phone: 519-884-0710 x3492 Cell: 226-791-3579 E-mail: jhowieson@wlu.ca Connect with us: Web: laurierathletics.com Twitter: @WLUAthletics Facebook: WilfridLaurierGoldenHawks Instagram: @lauriergoldenhawks YouTube: laurierathletics Periscope: @WLUAthletics


2015 GOLDEN HAWK FOOTBALL

THE RECORD BOOK RECORDS

OPENING SECTION

General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Media Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Laurier Athletics Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Returning Player Bios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-27 Freshmen & Transfer Bios. . . . . . . . . . . 28-34

Team Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Scoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-61 Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-63 Rushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63-64 Receiving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65 Punting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65-66 Punt Returns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66-67 Kickoff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67-68 Kickoff Returns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-69 Defensive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69-70

COACHING STAFF

HISTORY

2015 OUTLOOK

Rosters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Opponents Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9

MEET THE GOLDEN HAWKS

. . . . . . . 38 Assistant Coaches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-40 Scouts & Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-42

History of WLU Football . . . . . . . . . . . 72-84 WLU versus Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Final National Rankings. . . . . . . . . . . . . 86-87 Awards and Honors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88-90 Golden Hawk Hall of Fame. . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92-93

2014 SEASON IN REVIEW

WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY

Michael Faulds, Manager of

Football Operations & Head Coach. . . 36-37

Assistant Head Coaches

Ron VanMoerkerke & Dwayne Cameron

University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 History of Wilfrid Laurier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Golden Hawk Athletics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

Game Summaries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-52 Regular Season Statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . 53-57

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2015 GOLDEN HAWK FOOTBALL

MEDIA INFORMATION Interview Policy During the season, all interviews should be made through Manager of Football Operations and Head Coach Michael Faulds or Coordinator, Communications Jamie Howieson. Following games, all players and coaches will be available for comment on the field.

Communications Assistance The Golden Hawk Communications Office is at your service to assist you with your coverage of Laurier Football. Coordinator, Communications Jamie Howieson will be happy to serve you during the season. For information regarding credentials, team and player information, interviews, statistics, pictures, and press releases, please call Jamie (519-884-0710 ext. 3492).

Stadium Directions To reach Laurier from Highway 401, take exit 278B (coming from London) or 278 (coming from Toronto) and follow Highway 8 West to Highway 86 North - Waterloo and continue to University Avenue; follow University Avenue West past campus to Albert Street. Turn left on Albert, then right on Seagram Drive. The Stadium is on the left hand side.

Communications Office The Wilfrid Laurier University Communications Offices are in Rooms 242 and 243 in the Athletic Complex. These rooms are to the right when entering the building’s main entrance.

Game Day Information One hour before the beginning of each game, media guides and game notes packages (game preview, lineups, current statistics, and depth charts) will be available in the stadium’s press box. Official statistics will be available approximately 45 minutes after the game, as well as on the OUA website (http://www.oua.ca) within two hours of completion of the game. Game stats are distributed in the press box thoughout the game, though they are unofficial.

Media Credentials All requests for press or photo credentials should be directed to Jamie Howieson, Coordinator, Communications at least one day prior to the game via phone or email. Due to press box space constraints, visiting media are asked to request as soon as possible.

CREDITS

2015 Contributing Staff: Jamie Howieson, Virginia Tremaine, Chad Leitch

This media guide has been prepared to assist the media in its coverage of Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawk Football. It is also intended for alumni, fans, and prospective students of Wilfrid Laurier University. Comments regarding the Laurier Football Guide are welcome.

Special Thanks to Paul Caporicci ‘02 for the framework and original design of this media guide, the University of Michigan for their impressive media guide which was used as a model for this guide. Additional thanks to University of Notre Dame, Florida State University, and the University of Nebraska for their prompt responses in sending their media guides.

Inquires on additions or corrections should be directed to the Sport Information Office (sportinfo@wlu.ca) Version:

An extra special thanks to Rich Newbrough and Tuffy Knight for their tremendous help in relaying in-depth information for the history section.

2015-08-27

Additional Thanks to our Print Shop Wilfrid Laurier Printing & Distribution Services Golden Hawk Website:

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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC DIRECTORY

ADMINISTRATION

COACHES

School Phone Number: (519) 884-0710

Baseball Male - Scott Ballantyne (mensbaseball@laurierathletics.com) - ext. 2184

President Dr. Max Blouw (max.blouw@wlu.ca) - ext. 2250 Director of Athletics and Recreation Peter Baxter (pbaxter@wlu.ca) - ext. 2216 Associate Director, Recreation and Facilities Patricia Kitchen (pkitchen@wlu.ca) - ext. 2384 Associate Director, Business Operations Ari Grossman (agrossman@wlu.ca) - ext. 4483 Coordinator of Interuniversity Sport Ryan Lannan (rlannan@wlu.ca) - TBD

Basketball Male - Peter Campbell (pcampbell@wlu.ca) - ext. 2188 Female - Paul Falco (pfalco@wlu.ca) - ext. 3504 Cheerleading Female - Jennifer Louth (cheerleading@laurierathletics.com) ext. 2184 Cross Country/Indoor Middle Distance Male & Female - Peter Grinbergs (crosscountry@laurierathletics.com) - ext. 2465

Coordinator, Facilities TBD

Curling Male & Female - Glenn Paulley (curling@laurierathletics.com) - ext. 2184

Coordinator, Communications Jamie Howieson (jhowieson@wlu.ca) - ext. 3492

Football Male - Michael Faulds (mfaulds@wlu.ca) - ext. 2180

Coordinator, Web & Technology Phil Dolmage (pdolmage@wlu.ca) - ext. 2855

Golf Male & Female - Jeff Colley (golf@laurierathletics.com) - ext. 2184

Coordinator, Sponsorship & Events Jon Kursikowski (jkursikowski@wlu.ca) - ext. 3289 Coordinator, Recreation Programs Jennifer O’Neill (joneill@wlu.ca) - ext. 2466 Coordinator, Aquatics, Clubs & Camps Programs Amanda Taylor (amtaylor@wlu.ca) - ext. 2274 Coordinator, Game Day Operations Ted Collins (tcollins@wlu.ca) - ext. 3404 Administrative Assistant Wendy Webb - ext. 2184 Bookings & Financial Assistant Krista Irving - ext. 3720 Athletic Therapist Jamie Carlson (jcarlson@wlu.ca) - ext. 2178 Athletic Therapist Jen Childs (jchilds@wlu.ca) - ext. 2178

Hockey Male - Greg Puhalski (gpuhalski@wlu.ca) - ext. 2465 Female - Rick Osborne (rosborne@wlu.ca) - ext. 2182 Lacrosse Female - Lynn Orth (womenslacrosse@laurierathletics.com) - ext. 2184 Rugby Male - Ian McLeod & Jeff Wood (mensrugby@laurierathletics.com) - ext. 2184 Female - Amy Bambury & Michelle Joslin (womensrugby@laurierathletics.com) - ext. 2184 Soccer Male - Mario Halapir (mhalapir@wlu.ca) - ext. 3508 Female - Barry MacLean (bmaclean@wlu.ca) - ext. 3508 Swimming Male & Female - Mike Thompson (mthompson@wlu.ca) - ext. 3596

Athletic Complex Hawk Desk ext 3803 University Stadium Hawk Desk ext 3427 All general inquiries should be directed to the Hawk Desk at x3803

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2015 OUTLOOK


OUTLOOK

2015 GOLDEN HAWK ROSTERS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

NUMERICAL ROSTER # Name

Pos

1 Will Pitt-Doe

DB

2 Eric Morelli

QB

3 Kwaku Boateng

DL

4 Noah Usherwood LB 5 Marcus Arkarakas REC 6 Austin Reusch

DB

7 Tanner Philp

DB

8 Anthony Pizzuti

REC

9 James Fracas

QB

10 Greg Nyhof

REC

11 Nakas Onyeka

LB

12 Carson Ouellette

REC

13 Benjamin Millar

DB

16 Chase Malcolm

QB

17 Brendan McCracken REC 19 Kurleigh Gittens Jr. REC 21 Matt Williams

LB

22 Darian Waite

RB

23 Godfrey Onyeka

DB

24 Scott Hutter

DB

25 Isaiah Guzylak-Messam DB 26 Anthony Petrucci LB 27 Nicholas Rempel RB 28 Osayi Iginuan

RB

30 Eric Guiltinan

RB

31 Ronald Kinga

DB

32 Brian Lowrance

LB

33 Rodrigue Kinga

DB

34 Dillon Campbell

RB

35 Junior Charles

DB

36 Malcolm Thompson DB 37 Quinn Johnson

K/P

40 Brandon Calver

LB

51 Jesse Collins

LB

52 Stu Smith

LB

54 Jack Moore

LS

55 Jonathan Timmons LS 56 Nathan Mesher

K/P

57 Michael Malanda OL

No. 5 80 3 61 40 34 35 51 9 83 68 19 65 90 30 25 98 24 28 69 37 33 31 96 58 32 63 57 16

Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Samuel Acheampong DL 6-5 247 Samuel Adams OL 6-4 260 Benjamin Almond OL 6-2 240 William Amoah DB 5-11 160 Sandro Arghittu K/P 5-11 190 Marcus Arkarakas REC 6-0 200 Oren Bell DB 6-1 210 Daniel Bennett REC 5-11 185 Kwaku Boateng DL 6-2 240 Edward Cadougan OL 6-2 295 Brandon Calver LB 6-3 220 Dillon Campbell RB 5-8 205 Brendan Carey QB 6-4 190 Junior Charles DB 6-1 185 Navkaran Cheema REC 6-4 220 Jesse Collins LB 6-0 195 Raymond Cruz DL 5-11 270 Jiere Dillon REC 6-4 198 Elijah Fera RB 5-10 205 James Fracas QB 6-0 205 Zeph Fraser REC 6-0 185 Jacob Gassler REC 5-11 170 Matthew Gillies OL 6-5 275 Kurleigh Gittens Jr. REC 6-0 178 Brett Golding OL 6-4 285 Levondre Gordon RB 5-10 180 Emerson Gourdet DL 6-0 290 Eric Guiltinan RB 5-11 205 Isaiah Guzylak-Messam DB 6-2 205 Brentyn Hall REC 6-2 190 Chad Harwood OL 6-3 290 Rashari Henry DL 6-0 255 Jeremy Hodgins REC 6-1 225 Zachariah Houghron DL 6-2 275 Scott Hutter DB 6-0 185 Jordan Huzevka REC  6-3 190 Osayi Iginuan RB  6-1 230 Trevaughan James DL  6-2 308 Quinn Johnson K/P  6-0 185 Daishane Johnson REC  6-1 200 Sukhneet Kahlon OL  6-3 290 Rodrigue Kinga DB  5-9 175 Ronald Kinga DB  6-1 195 Michael Knevel QB  6-4 215 Denver Kotack DL  6-5 235 Jamie Lalonde OL  6-3 298 Ethan Loft REC  6-4 190 Brian Lowrance LB  6-1 200 Drew Mairleitner OL  6-4 315 Michael Malanda OL  6-3 275 Chase Malcolm QB  6-0 190 Adam Masur LB  6-0 210

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

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

Hometown (High School) Brampton, Ont. (Cardinal Ambrozic CSS) London, Ont. (St. Thomas Aquinas CSS) London, Ont. (Catholic Central HS) Kitchener, Ont. (St. Mary’s HS) St. Catharines, Ont. (Denis Morris CHS) Richmond Hill, Ont. (King City SS) Sarnia, Ont. (St. Christopher SS) Scarborough, Ont. (Sir John A. MacDonald CI) Milton, Ont. (Bishop P.F. Reding SS) Scarborough, Ont. (Senator O’Connor CS) London, Ont. (A.B. Lucas SS) Whitby, Ont. (St. Mary CSS) Ayr, Ont. (Southwood SS) Waterloo, Ont. (Waterloo CI) Brampton, Ont. (Cardinal Ambrozic CSS) Waterloo, Ont. (Bluevale CI) Winnipeg, Man. (Vincent Massey Collegiate) Brantford, Ont. (Brantford CI) Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. (Catholic Central HS) Waterloo, Ont. (Sir John A. Macdonald SS) Mississauga, Ont. (Champlain Regional College) Mississauga, Ont. (Iona CSS) Waterloo, Ont. (Sir John A. Macdonald SS) Ottawa, Ont. (Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS) Dunnville, Ont. (Lakeshore CHS) Mississauga, Ont. (St. Francis Xavier SS) Scarborough, Ont. (Sir Wilfrid Laurier CI) London, Ont. (A.B. Lucas SS) Hamilton, Ont. (Sir Allan MacNab SS) Toronto, Ont. (Leaside HS) Mississauga,Ont.(OurLady of Mount Carmel SS) Ottawa, Ont. (St. Peter HS) London, Ont. (London Central SS) Toronto, Ont. (Humberside CI) London, Ont. (A.B. Lucas SS) Sarnia, Ont. (Northern CIVS) Hamilton, Ont. (St. Thomas More CSS) Whitby, Ont. (Trinity-Pawling School) Toronto, Ont. (Northern SS) London, Ont. (John Paul II CSS) Brampton, Ont. (White Oaks SS) Guelph, Ont. (St. James CHS) Guelph, Ont. (St. James CHS) Brantford, Ont. (Pauline Johnson CVS) Oakville, Ont. (Holy Trinity CSS) Hamilton, Ont. (Sir Allan MacNab SS) London, Ont. (Medway HS) Mississauga, Ont. (Lorne Park SS) London, Ont. (Medway HS) Burlington, Ont. (Corpus Christi CSS) Vancouver, B.C. (St. Thomas More Collegiate) Chippawa, Ont. (St. Michael CHS)


OUTLOOK

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 17 56 13 91 54 2 59 10 23 11 12 26 7 1 8 87 77 66 27 6 64 99 52 36 88 55 4 81 22 21 84 95

Player Brendan McCracken Nathan Mesher Myles Methner Benjamin Millar Asante Mizan Sam Montazeri Jack Moore Eric Morelli Marcus Nese Tre Nicholson Petar Nikolic Greg Nyhof Noah Olynyk Godfrey Onyeka Nakas Onyeka Carson Ouellette Anthony Petrucci Tanner Philp Will Pitt-Doe Anthony Pizzuti Anthony Powless Jalen Price Chris Reddy Nicholas Rempel Austin Reusch JD Richardson Jake Richardson Matthew Rooney Yalkun Sakir Evan Scott Robert Smith Stu Smith Taylor Smith Matthew Tait Malcolm Thompson Mack Thompson Jonathan Timmons Jacob Townend Noah Usherwood Brock Van Der Meer Mario Villamizar Derek Vos Richard Vu Darian Waite Matt Williams William Wiltshire Craig Yeboah Jon Zarafonitis

Pos. Ht. Wt. REC 6-1 180 K/P  6-0 165 OL  6-2 272 DB  5-11 185 DL  6-2 290 LB 6-1 235 LS  6-1 240 QB  5-11 195 OL  6-1 280 RB  5-11 195 REC  6-0 201 REC  6-4 225 REC  5-9 160 DB  6-2 200 LB  6-1 217 REC  5-10 186 LB  6-1 195 DB  5-8 185 DB  5-9 170 REC  6-2 220 REC  6-0 174 DL  6-5 325 OL  6-2 275 RB  5-11 215 DB  6-0 194 OL  6-2 275 DL  6-2 220 LB  6-1 235 DL  5-10 260 OL  6-5 300 DL  6-2 210 LB  6-2 230 DL  6-2 255 DL  6-1 250 DB  5-11 195 REC  6-5 200 LS  6-0 255 LB  5-11 195 LB  6-2 210 OL  6-3 285 REC  6-3 235 LB  6-1 220 DB  5-10 180 RB  5-11 210 LB  6-0 210 RB  5-11 230 REC  5-11 197 DL  6-4 242

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

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

NUMERICAL ROSTER

Hometown (High School) Kitchener, Ont. (Huron Heights SS) Waterloo, Ont. (Sir John A. Macdonald SS) Niagara Falls, Ont. (St. Michael CHS) Campbellville, Ont. (Milton District HS) Brooklyn, N.Y. (Thomas Jefferson HS) Richmond Hill, Ont. (King City SS) Ajax, Ont. (Ajax HS) Burlington, Ont. (Notre Dame CSS) Peterborough, Ont. (St. Peters CSS) Kitchener, Ont. (Eastwood CI) Waterloo, Ont. (Bluevale CI) Georgetown, Ont. (Christ the King CSS) London, Ont. (Saunders SS) Brampton, Ont. (St. Edmund Campion SS) Brampton, Ont. (St. Marguerite d’Youville SS) Windsor, Ont. (Holy Names HS) Sarnia, Ont. (St. Christopher CSS) Burlington, Ont. (Nelson HS) Mississuaga, Ont. (St. Joan of Arc CHS) Hamilton, Ont. (Cardinal Newman CSS) Brantford, Ont. (Assumption CS) Hamilton, Ont. (Barton SS) Kitchener, Ont. (Forest Heights CI) London, Ont. (Medway HS) Burlington, Ont. (Corpus Christi CSS ) Burlington, Ont. (Assumption CSS) Smithville, Ont. (Blessed Trinity CSS) Carlisle, Ont. (Waterdown DHS) Kitchener, Ont. (Eastwood CI) Oakville, Ont. (Abbey Park HS) Brampton, Ont. (St. Thomas Aquinas SS) Mississauga, Ont. (Port Credit SS) Newmarket, Ont. (Bill Crothers SS) Brantford, Ont. (Assumption CS) Windsor, Ont. (Holy Names HS) Hammonds Plains, N.S. (Charles P. Allen HS) Mississauga, Ont. (St. Marcellinus SS) London, Ont. (Mother Teresa CSS) Vancouver, B.C. (Peddie School) Uxbridge, Ont. (Uxbridge SS) St. Catharines, Ont. (Holy Cross CSS) Guelph, Ont. (J.F. Ross CVI) Mississauga, Ont. (Lorne Park SS) Newmarket, Ont. (King City SS) Ajax, Ont. (Salisbury School) Oakville, Ont. (White Oaks SS) Brampton, Ont. (St. Marguerite d’Youville SS) Niagara Falls, Ont. (St. Paul CHS)

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# Name

Pos

58 Jamie Lalonde

OL

59 Marcus Nese

OL

61 Edward Cadougan OL 63 Drew Mairleitner OL 64 JD Richardson

OL

65 Brett Golding

OL

66 Chris Reddy

OL

68 Matthew Gillies

OL

69 Trevaughan James DL 77 Jalen Price

DL

80 Daniel Bennett

REC

81 Mario Villamizar REC 83 Zeph Fraser

REC

84 Craig Yeboah

REC

87 Anthony Powless REC 88 Mack Thompson REC 90 Emerson Gourdet DL 91 Asante Mizan

DL

95 Jon Zarafonitis

DL

96 Denver Kotack

DL

98 Rashari Henry

DL

99 Robert Smith

DL

The Golden Hawks are members of Ontario University Athletics, a regional conference of Canadian Interuniversity Sport


OUTLOOK

Week 1 - Aug. 30 @ York - 1:00 p.m.

Head Coach: Warren Craney (6th season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 0-8 (Missed Playoffs)

Week 1 vs Laurier Week 2 @ Western Week 3 vs Guelph Week 4 @ Waterloo Week 5 @ McMaster Week 6 vs Toronto Week 7 @ Carleton Week 8 vs Queen’s Week 9 BYE WEEK

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Lions: 36-6-0 Current Streak: Laurier 1 win Last Laurier win: Oct. 4, 2014 vs York (27-10) Most Points Scored vs. Lions: 90 (1974) Most Points Allowed vs. Lions: 33 (Sept. 7, 2013)

Week 2 - Sept. 7 @ Guelph - 1:00 p.m.

Head Coach: Stu Lang (6th season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 7-1 (OUA Finalists)

Week 1 @ Waterloo Week 2 vs Laurier Week 3 @ York Week 4 vs McMaster Week 5 vs Ottawa Week 6 @ Queen’s Week 7 BYE WEEK Week 8 vs Windsor Week 9 @ Carleton

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Gryphons: 41-16-0 Current Streak: Guelph 3 wins Last Laurier win: Oct. 22, 2011 @ Guelph (15-10) Most Points Scored vs. Gryphons: 85 (1977) Most Points Allowed vs. Gryphons: 41 (Oct. 25, 2014)

Week 3 - Sept. 12 vs Western - 7:30 p.m.

Head Coach: Greg Marshall (9th season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 6-2 (OUA Semifinalists)

Week 1 BYE WEEK Week 2 @ Windsor Week 3 vs York Week 4 vs Toronto Week 5 @ Waterloo Week 6 vs McMaster Week 7 vs Laurier Week 8 @ Guelph Week 9 vs Windsor

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Mustangs: 21-46-0 Current Streak: Western 10 wins Last Laurier win: Nov. 4, 2006 vs Western (20-15, OUA SF) Most Points Scored vs. Mustangs: 39 (1975) Most Points Allowed vs. Mustangs: 61 (2014)

Week 4 - Bye Week Week 5 - Sept. 26 vs Windsor - 1:00 p.m. (Homecoming)

Head Coach: Joe D’Amore (5th season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 5-3 (OUA Quarter-finalists)

Week 1 vs Western Week 2 @ Toronto Week 3 vs Carleton Week 4 @ Ottawa Week 5 @ Laurier Week 6 vs McMaster Week 7 BYE WEEK Week 8 @ Guelph Week 9 vs Waterloo

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Lancers: 35-14-2 Current Streak: Windsor 3 wins Last Laurier win: Oct. 23, 2010 @ Windsor (56-16) Most Points Scored vs. Lancers: 78 (1978) Most Points Allowed vs. Lancers: 65 (1975)

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OUTLOOK

Week 6 - Oct. 3 @ Waterloo - 1:00 p.m.

Head Coach: Chris Bertoia (1st season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 1-7 (Missed Playoffs)

Week 1 vs Guelph Week 2 @ Carleton Week 3 @ Queen’s Week 4 vs York Week 5 BYE WEEK Week 6 vs Laurier Week 7 @ McMaster Week 8 vs Toronto Week 9 @ Windsor

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Warriors: 39-14-1 Current Streak: Laurier 11 wins Last Laurier win: Sept. 13, 2014 vs Waterloo (44-0) Most Points Scored vs. Warriors: 69 (Oct. 6, 2011) Most Points Allowed vs. Warriors: 45 (1997)

Week 7 - Oct. 9 vs Ottawa - 7:00 p.m.

Head Coach: Jamie Barresi (3rd season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 5-3 (OUA Semifinalists)

Week 1 BYE WEEK Week 2 vs Queen’s Week 3 @ McMaster Week 4 vs Windsor Week 5 @ Guelph Week 6 vs Carleton Week 7 @ Laurier Week 8 @ Western Week 9 vs Toronto

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Gee Gees: 12-14-1 Current Streak: Laurier 2 wins Last Laurier win: Sept. 22, 2012 (35-27) Most Points Scored vs. Gee Gees: 51 (2011) Most Points Allowed vs. Mustangs: 44 (2010)

Week 8 - Oct. 17 vs McMaster - 1:00 p.m.

Head Coach: Stefan Ptaszek (10th season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 7-1 (OUA Yates Cup Champions)

Week 1 @ Toronto Week 2 BYE WEEK Week 3 vs Ottawa Week 4 @ Guelph Week 5 vs York Week 6 @ Windsor Week 7 vs Waterloo Week 8 @ Laurier Week 9 vs Western

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Marauders: 39-17-1 Current Streak: McMaster 5 wins Last Laurier win: Sept. 26, 2009 (30-14) Most Points Scored vs. Marauders: 80 (1992) Most Points Allowed vs. Marauders: 48 (Nov. 11, 2000, Yates Cup)

Week 9 - Oct. 24 @ Queen’s - 1:00 p.m.

Head Coach: Pat Sheahan (16th season)

2015 Schedule

2014 Record: 3-5 (Missed Playoffs)

Week 1 vs Carleton Week 2 @ Ottawa Week 3 vs Waterloo Week 4 @ Western Week 5 @ Toronto Week 6 vs Guelph Week 7 BYE WEEK Week 8 @ York Week 9 vs Laurier

Laurier All-Time Record vs. Gaels: 7-11 Current Streak: Queen’s 5 wins Last Laurier win: Oct. 16, 2010 vs Queen’s (44-23) Most Points Scored vs. Gaels: 67 (2000) Most Points Allowed vs. Gaels: 58 (Sept. 17, 2011)

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MEET THE GOLDEN HAWKS


MEET THE GOLDEN HAWKS - RETURNING PLAYERS

Kicker/Punter First Year 5-11, 190 St. Catharines, Ont. Denis Morris CHS

Defensive Back First Year 6-1, 210 Sarnia, Ont. St. Christopher SS

Sandro Arghittu

2014: ... redshirted

Oren Bell

2014: ... dressed in 3 regular season games ... recorded 3.5 tackles ... notched 3 tackles in his first career start against Toronto in Week 1

2013: ... redshirted freshman

2013: ... redshirted freshman

High School: ... attended Denis Morris CHS ... 4-time Special Teams MVP

High School: ... attended St. Christopher SS ... SWOSSA Football Champions in 2010 ... OFSAA Gold Medalist in Soccer (2011)

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts

Personal: ... enrolled in Poli. Sci.

SPOTLIGHT

#5

Receiver Third Year 6-0, 200 Richmond Hill, Ont. King City SS

Receiver First Year 5-11, 185 Scarborough, Ont. Sir John A. MacDonald CI

#80

Marcus Arkarakas

2014: ... dressed in 7 regular season games ... recorded career highs in receptions (30), yards (350) and touchdowns (2) ... returned 7 kickoffs for 198 yards and 11 punts for 103 yards ... recorded 1st career touchdown in Week 1 at Toronto ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western ... recorded a team-high three catches and 28 yards

2014: ...redshirted

Daniel Bennett

2013: ...redshirted freshman High School: ... attended Sir John A. MacDonald CI ... won Offensive MVP and Athlete of the Year honours

2013: ... OUA All-Rookie ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... made 7 catches for 69 yards ... returned 44 punts for 336 yards ... returned 10 kick offs for 163 yards ... Special Teams Player of the Game vs Queen’s and Guelph

Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std.

High School: ... attended King City SS Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std. ... holds three OVFL records including most yards, receptions and first downs in a season

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SPOTLIGHT

#3

Defensive Line Third Year 6-2, 240 Milton, Ont. Bishop P.F. Reding SS

#61

Kwaku Boateng

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... finished 2nd in the OUA in sacks with 6 ... set team record with 4 sacks in Week 1 vs Toronto ... finished the season with 20 total tackles, 1 fumble recovery and 1 forced fumble ... Team, OUA and CIS Defensive Player of the Week vs Toronto ... Special Teams Player of the Week vs York ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western ... recorded a career-high 7.5 tackles, including 3 sacks ... Team and OUA Defensive Player of the Week vs Western ... CIS Academic All-Canadian

Offensive Line Third Year 6-2, 295 Scarborough, Ont. Senator O’Connor CS

Edward Cadougan

2014: ... dressed for 1 regular season game ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western 2013: ... dressed for 6 regular season games High School: ... attended Senator O’Connor CS ... 2012 Male Athlete of the Year

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed. ... 2011 OVFL Champion ... related to Junior Cadougan, Pan Am Gold Medalist, former Marquette basketball player and current member of Team Canada

2013: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... registered 20 total tackles and 4 sacks (2nd on team) ... Defensive Player of the Game vs Waterloo ... ... OUA All-Rookie ... WLU Rich Newbrough Rookie of the Year ... Team Rookie of the Year ... CIS Academic All-Canadian

SPOTLIGHT

High School: ... attended Bishop P.F. Reding SS ... 2012-13 Athlete of the Year Personal: ... enrolled in Business

#40

Linebacker Third Year 6-3, 220 London, Ont. A.B. Lucas SS

Brandon Calver

2014: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... recorded 41.5 total tackles (2nd on team) ... added 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery ... Special Teams Player of the Game vs Guelph ... dressed in quarter-finals vs Western ... recorded 5 tackles, a half sack and 1 pass breakup

2013: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... recorded 42 total tackles (1st on team) and 1 sack ... had 1 interception and 1 knockdown ... recorded career-high 9.5 tackles in Week 6 vs Windsor ... Defensive Player of the Game vs Windsor and Toronto High School: ... attended A.B. Lucas SS ... 2011 City Champion Personal: ... enrolled in Arts ... 2012 OVFL Champion

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SPOTLIGHT Linebacker Third Year

Running Back Fifth Year

#34

5-8, 205 Whitby, Ont. St. Mary CSS

#51

Dillon Campbell

6-0, 195 Waterloo, Ont. Bluevale CI

Jesse Collins

2013: ... injured

2014: ... played in East West bowl for West team ... rushed 3 times for 21 yards ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... led the CIS in rushing yards with 1,458 and touchdowns with 13 ... set school records for most rushing yards, most rushing touchdowns and most rushing yards in a single game with 293 against Toronto in Week 1 ... rushed for 100+ yards in all 8 games and rushed for 200+ yards 3 times ... added 12 receptions for 206 yards .... CIS Offensive Player of the Week vs Toronto ... OUA Offensive Player of the Week vs Toronto and Waterloo .... Team Offensive Player of the Game 7 of 8 weeks ... Wilfrid Laurier Athlete of the Week on 6 occasions ... dressed for quarter-finals vs Western .... rushed for 134 yards and 1 touchdown on 25 carries ... Team Offensive Player of the Game ... CIS Hec Crighton Trophy nominee ... CIS 1st Team All-Canadian ... OUA MVP ... OUA 1st Team All-Star ... WLU President’s Award ... Team MVP

2012: ... injured 2011: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... recorded 5 total tackles, 1 knockdown and 1 fumble recovery 2010: ... dressed in 3 regular season games ... recorded 1.5 total tackles High School: ... attended Bluevale CI Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

2013: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... rushed 146 times for 867 yards (1st in OUA) and 5 touchdowns (1st on team) ... made 17 catches for 160 yards and 1 touchdown ... Offensive Player of the Week 4 times (Guelph, York, Waterloo, Western) ... OUA Offensive Player of the Week vs Western ... earned a 100 yard touchdown that went down in the record books as the second longest touchdown in team history ... OUA Second Team AllStar ... Team MVP 2012: ... dressed for 6 regular season games ... rushed 17 times for 85 yards (5th on team) ... made 3 catches for 46 yards ... returned 10 punts for 68 yrds (2nd on team) ... Offensive Player of the Week vs Western ... dressed in 1 playoff game ... had 2 carries for 4 yards and 1 reception for 13 yards 2011: ... dressed in 5 regular season games ... ran for 43 yards and 1 touchdown on 13 carries High School: ... attended St. Mary CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

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SPOTLIGHT Quarterback Fourth Year

#9

Receiver Second Year 5-11, 170 Mississauga, Ont. Iona CSS

6-0, 205 Waterloo, Ont. Sir John A. MacDonald SS

James Fracas

Jacob Gassler

2015: ... 2015 East West Bowl participant ... complete 7 of 11 pass attempts for 85 yards and 1 touchdown ... 1 rushing attempt for 24 yards

2014: ... dressed in 5 regular season games ... recorded 1 catch for 12 yards

2014: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... completed 132 of 212 pass attempts for 1,574 yards and 13 touchdowns ... intercepted 8 times ... became just the 2nd Golden Hawk to complete 60% or more of his passes in consecutive seasons ... rushed for 272 yards on 44 attempts ... Offensive Player of the Game vs Windsor ... CIS Academic All-Canadian

High School: ... attended Iona CSS ... won school’s Athlete of the Year award

2013: ... redshirted freshman

Personal: ... enrolled in Poli. Sci.

2013: ... dressed for 8 regular season games, starting 5 ... took over as starting quarterback in Week 4 vs Waterloo ... completed 103 of 164 passes for 1312 yards ... intercepted 5 times ... rushed for 113 yards and 6 touchdowns on 34 attempts ... threw for a career-high 374 yards and 4 touchdowns in Week 7 vs Queen’s ... Offensive Player of the Week vs Queen’s and Windsor ... Laurier and OUA Athlete of the Week following Queen’s game ... WLU Luke Fusco Academic Athletic Achievement Award winner ... CIS Academic All-Canadian

Offensive Line First Year 6-5, 275 Waterloo, Ont. Sir John A. MacDonald SS

2012: ... dressed in 4 regular season games ... completed 11 of 26 passes for 166 yards ... rushed for 41 yards on 11 attempts ... dressed in 1 playoff game ... threw for 161 yards while rushing for an addition 20 ... Offensive Player of the Week vs Queen’s (OUA Quarter-final) ... CIS Academic All-Canadian

#68

2014: ... redshirted freshman

2011: ... redshirted freshman

Matthew Gillies

High School: ... attended Sir John A. MacDonald SS ... three-time WECSSAA champion

High School: ... attended Sir John A. MacDonald SS

Personal: ... enrolled in Chemistry

Personal: ... enrolled in Buisness ... grandson of Gino Fracas former player with the Edmonton Eskimos ...

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#65

Running Back Fourth Year

Offensive Line Third Year 6-4, 285 Dunnville, Ont. Lakeshore CHS

5-11, 205 London, Ont. AB Lucas SS

#30

Brett Golding

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... dressed in the quarter-finals against Western

Eric Guiltinan

2014: ... dresssed for 8 regular season games ... rushed 15 times for 55 yards ... recorded 2 total tackles

2013: ... dressed for 2 regular season games

2013: ... dresssed for 5 regular season games ... rushed for 45 yards on 5 attempts ... recorded 2 total tackles ... recorded a career-high 45 yards in Week 4 vs Waterloo

High School: ... attended Lakeshore CHS

2012: ... played in 3 regular season games ... had 5 yards rushing on 2 attempts ... had 1 total tackle ... dressed in 1 playoff game ... had 1 total tackle

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts

High School: ... attended AB Lucas SS Personal: ... enrolled in Buisness ... drafted into the National Lacrosse League by the Minnesota Swarm in 2014

#90

Defensive Line Second Year 6-0, 290 Scarborough, Ont. Sir Wilfrid Laurier CI

Emerson Gourdet

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 16 total tackles ... Team Defensive Player of the Game vs Guelph

#25

2013: ... redshirted freshman

Defensive Back Second Year 6-2, 205 Hamilton, Ont. Sir Allan MacNab SS

Isaiah Guzylak-Messam

2014: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... recorded 13 total tackles and 2 pass breakups ... recorded a season-high 4 tackles in Week 7 vs Western ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western ... recorded 1.5 total tackles

High School: ... attended Sir Wilfrid Laurier CI ... won team Player of the Year and Defensive MVP honours ... GTA All-Star

High School: ... attended Sir Allan MacNab SS ... member of the Team Ontario Selects

Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std.

Personal: ... enrolled in Biochem/Biotech

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Offensive Line First Year 6-3, 290 Mississauga, Ont. Our Lady of Mount Carmel SS

Receiver First Year 6-3, 190 Sarnia, Ont. Northern CIVS

Chad Harwood

2014: ... redshirted

2014: ... redshirted freshman

2013: ... dressed in 1 regular season game

Jordan Huzevka

High School: ... attended Northern CIVS ... OFSSA gold and silver medalist in track and field

High School: ... attended Our Lady of Mount Carmel SS ... 2012-13 GTA All-Star

Personal: ... enrolled in Psychology

Personal: ... enrolled in Biology ... 2013 OVFL All-Star

Defensive Line Second Year 6-0, 255 Ottawa, Ont. St. Peter HS

#98

Defensive Back First Year 5-9, 175 Guelph, Ont. St. James CHS

#33

Rashari Henry

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 4.5 total tackles and 2.5 sacks ... dressed for quarter-finals against Western ... recorded 1 tackle

2014: ... redshirted freshman

Rodrigue Kinga

High School: ... attended St. James CHS ... 2014 Offensive MVP ... 2014 D10 All-Star

High School: ... attended St. Peter HS

Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std.

Personal: ... enrolled in Economics

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Defensive Back Second Year 6-1, 195 Guelph, Ont. St. James CHS

#31

#58

Ronald Kinga

Offensive Line Third Year 6-3, 3298 Hamilton, Ont. Sir Allan MacNab SS

Jamie Lalonde

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... dressed in the quarter-finals vs Western

2014: ... dressed in 5 regular season games ... recorded 7 total tackles ... dressed in quarter-finals vs Western

High School: ... attended Sir Allan MacNab SS ... member of Team Ontario ... GHR All-Star ... Steel City Bowl MVP

2013: ... redshirted freshman High School: ... attended St. James CHS ... D10 All-Star ... D10 Defensive Backs MVP

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology ... transferred from Guelph

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

Quarterback First Year 6-4, 215 Brantford, Ont. Pauline Johnson CVS 2014: ... redshirted

Receiver Fourth Year

6-4, 190 London, Ont. Medway HS

Michael Knevel

Ethan Loft 2014: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... recorded careerhighs for receptions (13) and receiving yards (175) ... caught his first touchdown pass in Week 3 vs Waterloo

2013: ... redshirted freshman

2013: ... dressed for 7 regular season games ... caught 4 passes for 49 yards ... registered 1 total tackle

High School: ... attended Pauline Johnson CVS ... Team MVP ... Golden Horseshoe All-Star

2012: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... had 1 catch for 1 yard ... dressed in 1 playoff game ... registered 1 catch for 7 yards

Personal: ... enrolled in Geography ... twin brother David is an offensive lineman at Nebraska

High School: ... attended Medway HS Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys Ed.

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Linebacker Second Year 6-1, 200 Mississauga, Ont. Lorne Park SS

#32

Quarterback First Year 6-0, 190 Vancouver, B.C. St. Thomas More Collegiate

#16

Brian Lowrance

High School: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 3.5 total tackles .... dressed in quarter-finals vs Western

2014: ... redshirted freshman

Chase Malcolm

High School: ... attended Lorne Park SS

High School: ... attended St. Thomas More Collegiate ... 2012 BC Player of the Year ... 2011 BC provincial champion

Personal: ... enrolled in Biochemistry

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Offensive Line Third Year

6-3, 275 Burlington, Ont. Corpus Christi CSS

#57

#17

Michael Malanda

Receiver First Year 6-1, 180 Kitchener, Ont. Huron Heights SS

Brendan McCracken

2014: ... dressed in 1 regular season game ... returned 4 punts for 40 yards

2014: ... made the switch from defensive line to offensive line ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... dressed in quarter-finals vs Western

High School: ... attended Huron Heights SS ... GHR All-Star ... OVFL All-Star

2013: ... dressed in 4 regular season games ... registered 1 total tackle

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

2012: ... redshirted freshman High School: ... attended Corpus Christi CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Buisness

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Kicker/Punter First Year 6-0, 165 Waterloo, Ont. Sir John A. MacDonald SS

#56

2014: ... redshirted freshman

Defensive Back Fourth Year

#13

Nathan Mesher

5-11, 185 Campbellville, Ont. Milton District HS

Benjamin Millar

2014: ... dressed in 7 regular season games ... recorded careerhighs in tackles (28.5) and pass breakups (3) ... added 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery and 1 forced fumble ... registered a career-high 7 tackles in Week 2 vs Windsor ... Team Defensive Player of the Game vs Windsor ... dressed in quarter-final vs Western ... recorded 4.5 tackles and 1 interception ... OUA 2nd Team All-Star

High School: ... attended Sir John A. MacDonald SS Personal: ... enrolled in Business

2013: ... dressed in 7 regular season games ... recorded 17 total tackles ... had 1 interception and 2 knockdowns ... Defensive Player of the Game vs Queen’s 2012: ... redshirted 2011: ... dressed in 3 regular season games High School: ... attended Milton District HS

Offensive Line First Year 6-2, 272 Niagara Falls, Ont. St. Michael CHS 2014: ... redshirted freshman

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts

Myles Methner

High School: ... attended St. Michael CHS ... two-time NRHSAA ‘AAA’ champion ... 2012 Canada Cup bronze medalist Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

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Linebacker Fourth Year

Defensive Line Fifth Year

#91

6-1, 235 Richmond Hill, Ont. King City SS

6-2, 290 Brooklyn, N.Y. Thomas Jefferson HS

Asante Mizan

Sam Montazeri

2014: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... registered a career-high 24 tackles ... added 1 sack and 1 pass breakup ... matched his career-high with 6.5 tackles in Week 7 vs Western ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western ... recorded 3 tackles and a half sack

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 15 total tackles ... dressed in quarter-finals vs Western ... registered a career-high 6.5 tackles and added a pass breakup 2013: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... registered 22 total tackles ... had 2 fumble recoveries

2013: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... recorded 14.5 total tackles

2012: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... recorded 6.5 total tackles

2012: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 32.5 total tackles, 4 sacks (T-1st on team) and 1 fumble recovery ... Defensive Player of the Game vs Ottawa

High School: ... attended Nelson HS

2011: ... dressed in 6 regular season games on Offensive Line ... dressed in 1 playoff game

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts

High School: ... attended Thomas Jefferson HS Personal: ... enrolled in Philosophy

Quarterback Second Year

5-11, 195 Burlington, Ont. Notre Dame CSS

#2

Eric Morelli

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... completed 4 of 9 pass attempts for 37 yards ... had 1 interception ... rushed 4 times for 63 yards 2013: ... redshirted 2012: ... redshirted freshman High School: ... attended Notre Dame CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Buisness

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SPOTLIGHT Offensive Line Fourth Year

Receiver Fourth Year

6-1, 280 Peterborough, Ont. St. Peters CSS

#59

#10

Marcus Nese

6-4, 225 Georgtown, Ont. Christ the King CSS

Greg Nyhof

2014: ...dressed in 8 regular season games ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western

2015: ... East West Bowl participant ... recorded 2 catches for 8 yards while also rushing once for 6 yards ...

2013: ...dressed in 4 regular season games

2014: ... dressed in 5 regular season games ... had 15 catches for 265 yards (3rd on team) and 5 touchdowns (T-1st on team) ... registered his 2nd career 100+ yard receiving game with 5 receptions for 100 yards and 2 touchdowns in Week 1 vs Toronto ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western ... had 1 catch for 5 yards ... Team Special Teams Player of the Week vs Western ... CIS Academic AllCanadian

2012: ... dressed in 1 regular season and 1 playoff game High School: ... attended St. Peters CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Psychology

2013: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... had 22 catches (3rd on team) for 447 yards (1st on team) and 4 touchdowns (2nd on team) ... posted a career single-game high of 113 receiving yards in Week 2 vs Toronto ... Offensive Player of the Game vs Toronto 2012: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... had 18 catches for 317 yards (1st on team) ... dressed in 1 playoff game ... recorded 3 receptions for 35 yards

Running Back First Year 5-11, 195 Kitchener, Ont. Eastwood CI 2014: ... injured

2011: ... redshirted freshman High School: ... attended Christ the King CSS

Tre Nicholson

Personal: ... enrolled in Business

High School: ... attended Eastwood CI ... two-time WCSSAA all-star Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std.

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SPOTLIGHT Receiver Second Year 5-10, 186 Windsor, Ont. Holy Names HS

Defensive Back Second Year 6-2, 200 Brampton, Ont. St. Edmund Campion SS

#23

#12

Godfrey Onyeka

2014: ... dressed in 6 regular season games as a defensive back ... was the Hawks primary return man in all 6 games he dressed recording 281 kick return yards on 12 attempts and 236 punt return yards on 31 attempts ... recorded 4 total tackles ... Team Special Teams Player of the Game vs Waterloo and Western ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western ... had 14 kick return yards on 1 attempt and 56 punt return yards on 5 attempts ... OUA AllRookie ... Team Rookie of the Year

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 12.5 tackles and 1 interception ... registered 1st career interception in Week 3 vs Waterloo ... dressed in quarterfinals against Western ... registered 3.5 tackles and 1 interception ... OUA All-Rookie High School: ... attended St. Edmund Campion SS

Personal: ... enrolled in Health Sciences ... cousin of third year linebacker Nakas Onyeka ... twin sister Genevieve plays basketball at Bishop’s ... brother Kene plays football for Carleton

High School: ... attended Holy Names HS ... 2013 WECSSAA Offensive Player of the Year ... 2013 Team MVP ... 2012 WECSSAA Defensive Player of the Year

SPOTLIGHT

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts

Linebacker Third Year 6-1, 217 Brampton, Ont. St. Marguerite d’Youville SS

#11

Carson Ouellette

Nakas Onyeka

2014: ... dressed for 8 regular season games ... finished 3rd on the team for tackles with 38.5 ... also had 1 interception, 2 forced fumbles and 3 pass breakups ... registered a career-high 11 tackles in Week 8 vs McMaster ... recorded his 1st career interception in Week 9 vs Guelph ... Team Defensive Player of the Week vs Western and McMaster ... Laurier Athlete of the Week following Week 8 vs McMaster ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western ... recorded a team-high 9.5 tackles, a forced fumble and a pass breakup

#26

Anthony Petrucci

2015: ... East West Bowl participant ... recorded 3 solo tackles

2014: ... returned to the Hawks after a year away and dressed in all 8 regular season games ... recorded 33 tackles, 3 pass breakups and 1 fumble recovery ... registered a career-high 7 tackles in Week 2 vs Windsor ... dressed in quarter-finals vs Western ... finished the game with 3 tackles

2013: ... dressed for 7 regular season games ... recorded 9 total tackles

2012: ... dressed in 5 regular season games ... recorded 6 total tackles ... added 1 sack, 1 knockdown and 1 interception

High School: ... attended St. Marguerite d’Youville SS ... 2013 GTA AllStar ... 2010 and 2012 ROPSSAA Football Champion Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std. ... 2013 Brampton Bulldogs Defensive MVP ... 2013 OVFL All-Star ... cousin Genevieve plays basketball at Bishop’s University

Linebacker Third Year 6-1, 195 Sarnia, Ont. St. Christopher CSS

High School: ... attended St. Christopher CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

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SPOTLIGHT Defensive Back Third Year

#7

5-8, 185 Burlington, Ont. Nelson HS

Tanner Philp

#8

2014: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... recorded 21.5 total tackles and 2 pass breakups

Anthony Pizzuti

2013: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... led the team in receptions (40), receiving yards (359) and touchdowns (5) ... set career-highs for receptions (11) and receiving yards (96) in Week 2 vs Windsor ... dressed in quarterfinals against Windsor ... made 3 catches for 3 yards

2013: ... injured 2012: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 26 total tackles (5th on team) ... added 3 knockdowns, 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery ... recorded a careerhigh 6.5 tackles in Week 7 vs Western ... Team Rookie of the Year ... CIS Academic All-Canadian ... dressed in 1 playoff game ... registered 3 total tackles

2013: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... made 21 catches (4th on team) for 262 yards (4th on team) and 2 touchdowns (2nd on team) ... recorded 1 tackle ... CIS Academic All-Canadian High School: ... attended Cardinal Newman CSS

High School: ... attended Nelson HS

Personal: ... enrolled in Bus. Math ... CJFL All-Canadian Receiver ... transferred from Waterloo

Personal: ... enrolled in Buisness

#1

Receiver Fourth Year 6-2, 220 Hamilton, Ont. Cardinal Newman CSS

Defensive Back Third Year 5-9, 170 Mississauga, Ont. St. Joan of Arc CHS

#87

Will Pitt-Doe

Receiver Second Year 6-0, 174 Brantford, Ont. Assumption CS

Anthony Powless

2014: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... made 2 catches for 17 yards ... recorded 1st career reception in Week 5 vs Carleton ... dressed in quarter-finals vs Western

2014: ... dressed for 7 regular season games ... recorded 9 total tackles and 1 pass breakup ... returned 5 kicks for 93 yards and 5 punts for 17 yards

2013: ... redshirted freshman

2013: ... dressed for 7 regular season games ... recorded 15 total tackles ... had 1 interception ... registered 560 yards on 20 kick returns (Laurier single season record) ... had 90 yards on 13 punt returns ... Special Teams Player of the Game vs Windsor and York ... OUA All-Rookie

High School: ... attended Assumption CS ... two-time OFSSAA Finalist ... Team Offensive MVP Personal: ... enrolled in Arts ... OVFL All-Star

High School: ... attended St. Joan of Arc CHS Personal: ... enrolled in Economics

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#77

Running Back Third Year 5-11, 215 London, Ont. Medway HS

Defensive Line Third Year 6-5, 325 Hamilton, Ont. Barton SS

#27

Jalen Price

2014: ... dressed for 8 regular season games .. ran 3 times for 16 yards ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western

2014: ... dressed in 1 regular season game ... dress in quarterfinals vs Western

2013: ... dressed for 3 regular season games

2013: ... dressed for 6 regular season games ... recorded 6.5 total tackles and 1 sack

High School: ... attended Medway HS ...team captain and offensive MVP in 2011 and 2012

High School: ... attended Barton SS

Personal: ...enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed. ...OVFL Champion with London Jr. Mustangs

Personal: ... enrolled in Enviro. Std. ... father Mitchell Price played 10 years in the CFL where he won the 1986 Grey Cup with Hamilton

Defensive Back Fourth Year

Offensive Line Third Year 6-2, 275 Kitchener, Ont. Forest Heights CI

#66

Nicholas Rempel

6-0, 194 Burlington, Ont. Corpus Christi CSS

#6

Chris Reddy

2014: ...dressed for 8 regular season games ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western

Austin Reusch

2014: ... dressed for 6 regular season games ... recorded 13 total tackles and 5 pass breakups ... recorded a career-high 6.5 tackles in Week 3 vs Waterloo ... Team Defensive Player of the Week vs Waterloo

2013: ...dressed for 5 regular season games

2013: ... dressed for 3 regular season games ... registered 5.5 total tackles ... had 1 knockdown

High School: ... attended Forest Heights CI ... attended Vanier College ... CEGEP Division 1 Provincial Champions

2012: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded 4 total tackles and 1 knockdown ... Defensive Player of the Game vs Queen’s (OUA Quarter-final) ... dressed in 1 playoff game ... had 1.5 total tackles and 1 knockdown

Personal: ... enrolled in Psychology

High School: ... attended Corpus Christi CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Buisness

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#52

Linebacker Third Year 6-2, 230 Mississauga, Ont. Port Credit SS

#36

Stu Smith

Defensive Back First Year 5-11, 195 Windsor, Ont. Holy Names HS

2014: ... injured

2013: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... registered a career-high 13 total tackles ... recorded his 1st career sack against Waterloo in Week 3 ... dressed in quarterfinals against Western ... recorded a half tackle

Malcolm Thompson

High School: ... attended Holy Names HS ... two-time WECSSA first team all-star

2013: ... dressed in 7 regular season games ... recorded 9.5 total tackles ... had 1 fumble recovery ... Special Teams Player of the Game vs Waterloo

Personal: ... enrolled in Economics ... related to former NFL/CFL receiver Ryan Thelwell

High School: ... attended Port Credit SS Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std.

Receiver First Year

Defensive Line First Year 6-2, 255 Newmarket, Ont. Bill Crothers SS 2014: ... redshirted

#88

Taylor Smith

6-5, 200 Hammonds Plains, N.S. Charles P. Allen HS

Mackenzie Thompson

2013: ... dressed in 1 regular season game

2013: ... redshirted

2012: ... redshired freshman

High School: ... attended Bill Crothers SS

High School: ... attended Charles P. Allen HS

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts ... serves as the Personal Training Coordinator in a Student Leader position for Laurier Athletics and Recreation

Personal: ... enrolled in Biochemistry

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#55

Long Snapper Second Year 6-0, 255 Mississauga, Ont. St. Marcellinus SS

#81

Jonathan Timmons

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... served primarily as a long snapper on special teams ... recorded 3 total tackles ... Team Special Teams Player of the Week vs McMaster ... dressed in quarterfinals against Western ... recorded 1 tackle

Receiver First Year 6-3, 235 St. Catharines, Ont. Holy Cross CSS

2014: ... redshirted freshman

Mario Villamizar

High School: ... attended Holy Cross CSS ... 2013 Offensive MVP ... 2012 ‘AA’ champion

High School: ... attended St. Marcellinus SS ... two-time ROPSSAA champion

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Personal: ... enrolled in History

Offensive Line First Year 6-3, 285 Uxbridge, Ont. Uxbridge SS 2014: ... redshirted

Linebacker Second Year 6-1, 220 Guelph, Ont. J.F. Ross CVI

Brock Van Der Meer 2014: ... dressed for 4 regular season games

Derek Vos

2013: ... redshirted freshman

2013: ... dressed for 1 regular season games

High School: ... attended Uxbridge SS ... OFSSAA Finalist

High School: ... attended J.F. Ross CVI ... D10 Champion ... Defensive MVP

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

Personal: ... enrolled in Business

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Defensive Back Third Year

Receiver Second Year

5-10, 180 Mississauga, Ont. Lorne Park SS

5-11, 197 Brampton, Ont. St. Marguerite d’Youville SS

#84

Richard Vu

2014: ... dressed in 8 regular season games ... recorded his 1st career reception for 13 yards in Week 3 vs Waterloo ... dressed in quarter-finals against Western

2014: ... dressed in 3 regular season games 2013: ... redshirted

2013: ... redshirted

2012: ... dressed in 6 regular season games ... recorded 5.5 total tackles

2012: ... redshirted freshman

High School: ... attended Lorne Park SS

High School: ... attended St. Marguerite d’Youville SS

Personal: ... enrolled in Economics

#22

Craig Yeboah

Personal: ... enrolled in Health Sciences

Running Back Second Year 5-11, 210 Newmarket, Ont. King City SS

Defensive Line First Year 6-4, 242 Niagara Falls, Ont. St. Paul CHS

#95

Darian Waite

2013: ... dressed in 7 regular season games ... had 1 reception for 21 yards ... recorded 6.5 total tackles

Jon Zarafonitis

2014: ... dressed in the quarter-finals against Western High School: ... attended St. Paul CHS

High School: ... attended King City SS

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts

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MEET THE GOLDEN HAWKS - RECRUITS & TRANSFERS 2015 DRESSING FRESHMEN & TRANSFER RECRUITS

No. Player 4 Noah Usherwood 19 Kurleigh Gittens Jr. 21 Matt Williams 24 Scott Hutter 28 Osayi Iginuan 45 Quinn Johnson 54 Jack Moore 62 Trevaughan James 63 Drew Mairleitner 64 JD Richardson 67 Denver Kotack 83 Zeph Fraser 99 Robert Smith

Pos. LB REC LB DB RB K/P LS DL OL OL DL REC DL

Ht. 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-0 6-2

Wt. 210 178 210 185 230 185 240 308 315 275 235 185 210

Hometown (Highschool) Vancouver, B.C. (Peddie School) Ottawa, Ont. (Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS) Ajax, Ont. (Salisbury School) London, Ont. (A.B. Lucas SS) Hamilton, Ont. (St. Thomas More CSS) Toronto, Ont. (Northern SS) Ajax, Ont. (Ajax HS) Whitby, Ont. (Trinity-Pawling School) London, Ont. (Medway HS) Burlington, Ont. (Assumption CSS) Oakville, Ont. (Holy Trinity CSS) Mississauga, Ont. (Champlain Regional College) Brampton, Ont. (St. Thomas Aquinas SS)

Offensive Line First Year 6-2, 240 London, Ont. Catholic Central HS

Defensive Line First Year 6-5, 247 Brampton, Ont. Cardinal Ambrozic CSS

Benjamin Almond

Samuel Acheampong

High School: ... attended Catholic Central HS ... 2014 London District Lineman of the Year ... 2014 City Champions ... 2014 OFSAA finalist

High School: ... attended Cardinal Ambrozic CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Personal: ... enrolled in History

Defensive Back First Year 5-11, 160 Kitchener, Ont. St. Mary’s HS

Offensive Line First Year 6-4, 260 London, Ont. St. Thomas Aquinas CSS

Samuel Adams

High School: ... attended St. Mary’s HS

High School: ... attended St. Thomas Aquinas CSS ... 2014 league allstar ... 2014 Team Lineman of the Year

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Personal: ... enrolled in Poli Sci

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William Amoah


MEET THE GOLDEN HAWKS - RECRUITS & TRANSFERS

Quarterback First Year 6-4, 190 Ayr, Ont. Southwood SS High School: ... attended Southwood SS

Defensive Line First Year 5-11, 270 Winnipeg, Man. Vincent Massey Collegiate

Brendan Carey

Raymond Cruz

High School: ... attended Vincent Massey Collegiate ... 2014 Team Lineman of the Year

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts ... cousin Ryan Carey attending Acadia University and played 5 years in the CFL

Personal: ... enrolled in Poli Sci ... starter for U18 Team Manitoba in 2013 and 2014

Defensive Back First Year 6-1, 185 Waterloo, Ont. Waterloo CI

Receiver First Year 6-4, 198 Brantford, Ont. Brantford CI

Junior Charles

High School: ... attended Waterloo CI ... WCSAA men’s rugby all-star

High School: ... attended Brantford CI

Personal: ... enrolled in Psychology

Personal: ... enrolled in Enviro Std.

Jiere Dillon

Running Back First Year 5-10, 205 Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Catholic Central HS

Receiver First Year 6-4, 220 Brampton, Ont. Cardinal Ambrozic CSS

Elijah Fera

Navkaran Cheema

High School: ... attended Cardinal Ambrozic CSS ... 2013 and 2014 ROPSSAA Tier 2 finalists

High School: ... attended Catholic Central HS ... 3x Team MVP ... 3x First Team All-City

Personal: ... enrolled in Business

Personal: ... enrolled in Arts ... holder of 2 OVFL records (most touchdowns in a game, most rushing yards in a career), 2x OVFL MVP, 4x OVFL All-Star ... cousin Aaron drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1999 in 32nd round

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MEET THE GOLDEN HAWKS - RECRUITS & TRANSFERS

Receiver First Year 6-0, 185 Mississauga, Ont. Champlain (CEGEP)

#83

Receiver First Year 6-2, 190 Toronto, Ont. Leaside HS

Zeph Fraser

Brentyn Hall

High School: ... attended Champlain Regional College

High School: ... attended Leaside HS ... 2014 Team MVP

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Personal: ... enrolled in Business ... earned his bilingual certificate

Receiver First Year 6-0, 178 Ottawa, Ont. Sir Wilrid Laurier SS

#19

Receiver First Year 6-1, 225 London, Ont. London Central SS

Kurleigh Gittens Jr.

Jeremy Hodgins

High School: ... attended Sir Wilfrid Laurier SS ... 2015 CFC Top 100

High School: ... attended London Central SS ... 2014 Team MVP and Tier 1 City All-Star ... Team Captain

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

Running Back First Year 5-10, 180 Mississauga, Ont. St. Francis Xavier SS

Defensive Line First Year 6-2, 275 Toronto, Ont. Humberside CI

Levondre Gordon

Zachariah Houghron

High School: ... attended St. Francis Xavier SS ... 3x Team MVP

High School: ... attended Humberside CI ... Team Defensive MVP

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std.

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Defensive Back First Year 6-0, 185 London, Ont. A.B. Lucas SS

Receiver First Year 6-1, 200 London, Ont. John Paul II CSS

Scott Hutter

Daishane Johnson

High School: ... attended A.B. Lucas SS ... 2014 TVRAA MVP ... 2014 OFSAA Champion ... 2x TVRAA All-Star

High School: ... attended John Paul II CSS Personal: ... enrolled in Comm. Std.

Personal: ... enrolled in Enviro Std.

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Running Back First Year 6-1, 230 Hamilton, Ont. St. Thomas More CSS

#45

Osayi Iginuan

High School: ... attended St. Thomas More CSS ... 2015 OFC MVP and All-Star ... Hamilton Wentworth Champions ... 2015 CFC Top 100

Quinn Johnson

High School: ... attended Northern SS ... 2014 GTA All-Star Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

Personal: ... enrolled in Sociology

#69

Kicker/Punter First Year 6-0, 185 Toronto, Ont. Northern SS

Defensive Line First Year 6-2, 308 Whitby, Ont. Trinity-Pawling School

Offensive Line First Year 6-3, 290 Brampton, Ont. White Oaks SS

Trevaughan James

Sukhneet Kahlon

High School: ... attended Trinity-Pawling School ... 2012 OVFL AllStar .. 2015 CFC Top 100

High School: ... attended White Oaks SS ... 2013 Halton District Champion

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

Personal: ... enrolled in Poli Sci

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Defensive Line First Year 6-5, 235 Oakville, Ont. Holy Trinity CSS

Long Snapper First Year 6-1, 240 Ajax, Ont. Ajax HS

Denver Kotack

Jack Moore

High School: ... attended Holy Trinity CSS ... 2014 OFSAA Champion ... OFSAA Championship Game MVP

High School: ... attended Ajax HS ... 2013 Team Ontario Selects ... topranked Long Snapper in Canada ... 2x LOSSA Champion ... 2015 Ajax HS Curling MVP

Personal: ... enrolled in Anthropology

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Personal: ... enrolled in Comm Std.

Offensive Line First Year 6-4, 315 London, Ont. Medway HS

Receiver First Year 6-0, 201 Waterloo, Ont. Bluevale CI

Drew Mairleitner

High School: ... attended Medway HS ... 2015 CFC Top 100 ... 2x TVRAA All-Star

High School: ... attended Bluevale CI Personal: ... enrolled in Poli Sci

Personal: ... enrolled in Enviro Std. ... 2x member of Team Ontario and Team Canada

Linebacker First Year 6-0, 210 Chippawa, Ont. St. Michael CHS High School: ... attended St. Michael CHS

Petar Nikolic

Receiver First Year 5-9, 160 London, Ont. Saunders SS

Adam Masur

High School: ... attended Saunders SS

Personal: ... enrolled in Enviro Std.

Personal: ... enrolled in Psychology

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Noah Olynyk


MEET THE GOLDEN HAWKS - RECRUITS & TRANSFERS

Defensive Line First Year 6-2, 220 Smithville, Ont. Blessed Trinity CSS

Defensive Line First Year 5-10, 260 Kitchener, Ont. Eastwood CI

Jake Richardson

Yalkun Sakir

High School: ... attended Blessed Trinity CSS

High School: ... attended Eastwood CI ... Team MVP ... 2012 City Champion

Personal: ... enrolled in Comm Std.

#64

Personal: ... enrolled in Comm Std. ... Twin City Defensive MVP

Offensive Line First Year 6-2, 275 Burlington, Ont. Assumption CSS

Offensive Line First Year 6-5, 300 Oakville, Ont. Abbey Park HS

JD Richardson

High School: ... attended Assumption CSS ... 2014 Team Offensive Line MVP ... OFSAA Champion

Evan Scott

High School: ... attended Abbey Park HS Personal: ... enrolled in Business

Personal: ... enrolled in Business ... father Jay played hockey at Laurentian ... mother Karen swam at Laurentian

Linebacker First Year 6-1, 235 Carlisle, Ont. Waterdown DHS

#99

Matthew Rooney

High School: ... attended Waterdown DHS ... 2014 Team MVP

Defensive Line First Year 6-2, 210 Brampton, Ont. St. Thomas Aquinas SS

Robert Smith

High School: ... attended St. Thomas Aquinas SS

Personal: ... enrolled in Comm Std.

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed. ... brother Chris is an offensive lineman with the York Lions

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Defensive Line First Year 6-1, 250 Brantford, Ont. Assumption CS

#21

Matthew Tait

High School: ... attended Assumption CS ... 5x BCSSAA Champion ... 3x CWOSSA Champion ... OFSAA Champion ... 2x OFC Champion ... 2011 OVFL MVP

High School: ... attended Salisbury School

Matt Williams

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

Personal: ... enrolled in Kin/Phys. Ed.

Linebacker First Year 5-11, 195 London, Ont. Mother Teresa CSS

Running Back First Year 5-11, 230 Oakville, Ont. White Oaks SS

Jacob Townend

William Wiltshire

High School: ... attended Mother Teresa CSS ... 2x Team MVP ... 2x City All-Star

High School: ... attended White Oaks SS ... GHR All-Star Top 100

Personal: ... enrolled in Economics ... transferred from the York Lions

Personal: ... enrolled in Business

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Linebacker First Year 6-0, 210 Ajax, Ont. Salisbury School

Linebacker First Year 6-2, 210 Vancouver, B.C. Peddie School

Noah Usherwood

High School: ... attended Peddie School ... 2014 New Jersey All-Prep ... 2014 Blue Grey All-American ... 2015 CFC Top 100 Personal: ... enrolled in Psychology

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COACHING STAFF


HEAD COACH AND MANAGER OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

MICHAEL FAULDS

MANAGER OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS, HEAD COACH & QB COACH

@MichaelFaulds The sixth head coach in the 53-year history of Laurier’s football program, Michael Faulds enters his third season as manager of football operations and head coach for the Golden Hawks. After a slow start to his career, Faulds began turning the Golden Hawks around in 2014 as promised. Laurier went 4-1 through their first five games of the season, and could have been 5-0, were it not for a late touchdown conceded against Windsor in Week 2. Highlighted by the nation’s top running back in Dillon Campbell and a poised quarterback in James Fracas, Faulds and his offence scored 211 points in their first five games as they served notice to the league that they were a team on the rise. Over the last three weeks of the season, the Hawks ran into three Top 10 opponents in the nation. After consecutive losses to Western and McMaster, Laurier gave Guelph a run for their money in the season finale but fell just short to finish the year at 4-4. Despite the tough end to the season, Laurier’s four wins were good enough to punch their ticket to the postseason. Facing the third-seeded Mustangs, the Hawks went toe-to-toe with the powerhouse squad as the two teams entered the fourth quarter tied at 10. On their home field, Western would rally to pull off the win, handing Faulds a loss in his postseason debut. Prior to joining Laurier, Faulds has enjoyed coaching succes on the international stage. In 2012, he served as the quarterback coach for Team Canada at the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) U19 World Championship, helping guide the team to a 23-17 victory over the heavily-favoured American squad in the gold medal game. He reprised the

PROFILE: M I C H A E L FA U L D S Football Coaching Experience: 2010-2012: Offensive Coordinator - York Lions 2011: Quarterback Coach - West Team - CIS East West Bowl 2012: Quarterback Coach - West Team - CIS East West Bowl 2012: Quarterback Coach - Team World - IFAF International Bowl 2012: Quarterback Coach - Team Canada (U19) - IFAF World Championship

Date of Birth: November 11, 1983 Birthplace: Eden Mills, Ont. High School: St. Andrews College (Aurora, Ont.) University: Western University Degrees: Bachelor of Arts Master of Kinesiology (Coaching) Record at Laurier: 5-12 Regular Season: 5-11 Playoffs: 0-1

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HEAD COACH AND MANAGER OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

role this past February when he coached Team World at the International Bowl in Austin, Texas. His path into coaching is grounded in a stellar career as a player at both the CIS and international level. A graduate of Western University with both a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Kinesiology, specializing in coaching, Faulds is the owner of two of the most prestigious records in CIS history, including the CIS all-time passing record of 10,811 yards as well as the single season passing record of 3,033 yards, which he set in 2009. That same season he also was named the OUA Most Outstanding Player while guiding the Mustangs to the Yates Cup. He also earned Yates Cup MVP honours in both 2007 and 2008 after leading Western to the OUA championship. Outside of the CIS, Faulds had a decorated career with Team Canada, serving as the U19 quarterback on three occasions, including 2000, 2002 and 2003. He also guided Canada to a silver medal at the IFAF Senior World Championship in Austria in July, 2011. Faulds, his wife Stacey and their daughter Chloe live in Kitchener.

M I C H A E L F A U L D S V S P R E V I O U S G O L D E N H AW K H E A D C O A C H E S Coach Michael Faulds Gary Jeffries Rick Zmich Rich Newbrough David ‘Tuffy’ Knight Bob Celeri

Term 3rd season 10 Seasons 9 Seasons 10 Seasons 18 Seasons 5 Seasons

Regular Season 5-11-0 58-22-0 42-28-1 47-23-0 85-34-5 24-8-1

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Playoffs 0-1 11-9 4-7 8-7 14-13 -

Championships Won OUA x2, CIS OUAA x2, CIAU OQAA, OUAA x3 OIAA x2


COACHING STAFF

RON VANMOERKERKE Ron VanMoerkerke is entering his 16th year coaching with the Golden Hawks. He returns again to the role of Defensive Coordinator, a position he has held since the 2003 season. Also the Hawks Associate Head Coach, Ron will also oversee the Defensive Line in 2015. Ron’s track record with Laurier is a long and storied one; he played in the late 80’s and was on the 1987 Yates Cup championship team. In 1988, Ron received the Laurier Alumni Association Academic and Athletic Achievement Award. In 1989, Ron was named an OUA first-team all-star linebacker and team MVP. For the second straight season, Ron’s defence was in the top half of the

DWAYNE CAMERON

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH, DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR & DEFENSIVE LINE COACH conference last season, allowing just 24.8 points per game, the fifth fewest in the league. In particular, the Hawks were tough against the pass, allowing just 255 yards per game. At present, Ron is a teacher and the Department Head of Social Science at Eastwood Collegiate High School in Kitchener. Prior to becoming the Defensive Coordinator with the Hawks, Ron was the Head Coach at Eastwood and Galt Collegiate. Ron lives with his wife Karen and their daughter Grace and son Austin in West Montrose.

@WLUDC_RonV

SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR, RECRUITING COORDINATOR & DEFENSIVE BACKS COACH

Dwayne Cameron is entering his 10th season as a coach with the Golden Hawks. After having previously served as a defensive assistant and as the defensive backs coach, Cameron was handed additional duties with Laurier starting in 2013 and is now in charge of the special teams as well as all recruiting actitivies. Cameron first joined the Hawks in 2004 and was responsible for managing the defensive backs during Laurier’s two Yates Cup wins in 2004 and 2005 as well as the 2005 Vanier Cup. Following the 2009 season, Cameron left Laurier when he was hired as an assistant coach for special teams and defence by the CFL’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Cameron served the role for two seasons under head coach Marcel Bellefeuille before returning to the Hawks in 2012. Last season, Cameron oversaw one of the top special teams units in the province which featured the highest kickoff return average of all 11 OUA teams.

@CoachDCameron

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COACHING STAFF

MARK SURYA

OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR

Mark Surya enters his third year as a coach with the Golden Hawks and will take over the role of offensive coordinator after serving as the receivers coach for the past two years. A former Golden Hawk himself, Surya finished his playing career with the purple and gold in 2010 and 2011. During his time at Laurier, he caught 43 passes for 544 yards and six touchdowns. Prior to joining the Hawks, Surya played three years with the Queen’s Gaels where he enjoyed one of the

IRV DAYMOND

OFFENSIVE LINE COACH

Irv Daymond returns for his third season on the Golden Hawks coaching staff and will resume his role as the offensive line coach in 2014. A graduate of Western University, Daymond enjoyed a 10-year CFL career playing offensive line for the Ottawa Rough Riders. Drafted in the sixth round by the BC Lions in 1984, he would end up plying his trade for the Ottawa Rough Ridgers between 1986 and 1995. While with Ottawa, he

Linebackers Coach

highlights of his playing career by winning the Vanier Cup in 2009.

would twice earn league recognition as he was named a CFL East All-Star in consecutive seasons, 1991 and 1992. Since his playing career ended, he has coached with both the Ottawa GeeGees and the McGill Redmen.

Jesse Alexander Alexander enters his eighth season as

Defensive Line Coach

Eric Latimore Latimore enters his first season as

a coach with the purple and gold. A former defensive lineman in the NCAA, Latimore played four years with the Penn State Nittany Lions between 2007 and 2011. During his time at Penn State, he helped the team win the Capital One Bowl in 2009 over LSU.

a coach with the Golden Hawks and will resume his role as linebackers coach. A two-time CIS All-Canadian and OUA First Team All-Star during his playing days, Alexander was a key member of the 2005 Vanier Cup winning squad. Jesse was named to Laurier’s Team of the Century following his playing career and in 2011, he was inducted into the Golden Hawks Hall of Fame.

Running Backs Coach

Ryan Lynch Lynch returns for his sixth season as a

Kicking Coach

member of the Hawks coaching staff and will be in charge of the running backs once again this year. As a player, Lynch was a two-time Yates Cup Champion and helped capture the school’s second Vanier Cup title in 2005. Over his five year career, he amassed 2,634 yards, third all-time at Laurier, and 16 touchdowns.

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Darcy Segin Segin heads into his first season as

a coach with the Golden Hawks. Formerly serving as a kicking coach with the Hamilton Hurricanes, Segin will work with young Laurier kickers Nathan Mesher and Quinn Johnson to improve their technique and distance.


COACHING STAFF Offensive Line Assistant Coach

Jackson Yanchus Yanchus enters his second season as

Offensive Assistant

Julien John John heads into his first season as a

a coach with the Golden Hawks. A former player, he suited up for the Golden Hawks in both the 2012 and 2013 seasons, dressing for a total of 8 games during his career. He joins the coaching staff after injuries forced him to cut his career short.

Defensive Assistant

coach with Laurier. A former starting quarterback with the Hawks, John started three games for the purple and gold in 2013, throwing for 596 yards and three touchdowns. Last season, he played keeper for the varsity soccer team, starting 14 games and posting a 4-5-2 record.

Defensive Assistant

Vince Flamia

Kyle Cole

Flamia beings his first season as a coach with the Golden Hawks. A former player, Flamia played two seasons with Laurier in 2005 and 2006, capturing the Yates Cup and Vanier Cup in his rookie season. Flamia also served as a scout for the team back in 2011.

Defensive Assistant

Philip Edworthy Edworthy joins the Golden Hawks

Cole enters his first season with the Golden Hawks. A graduate of Laurier, Cole has previously worked with the Cambridge Lions of the OVFL.

Strength and Conditioning Coach

for his first year with the program. A teacher in the Waterloo Region, he has previously coached with the Cambridge Lions of the OVFL.

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Alena Luciani Luciani enters her first season as the

strength and conditioning coach for the Hawks. A former varsity basketball and lacrosse player, Luciani is the sister of former Golden Hawk football players Dante and Vince and the cousin of former Hawk Andrew Agro.


SCOUTS Georgetown, Milton, Brampton, Mississauga

Dave Morrissey 416-807-8059

Toronto

905-877-8059 davemorrissey@cogeco.ca

Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge

Aaron Rudland

jasonvandale@rogers.com

Oshawa, Pickering, Kingston

Tom Sanderson poppazoo@hotmail.com

519-496-5146 ahrudland@hotmail.com

Brampton, Mississauga

Brian Canton 905-840-9380

Hamilton, St. Catharines, Niagara

Joe Wade jwade_89@yahoo.com

bcanton@rogers.com

London

Brent Scott brent.scott@sympatico.ca

Jason Vandale 416-735-6678

Ottawa

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Matt Carr mcarr@carr-ins.ca


SUPPORT STAFF Sr. Advisor, Alumni Engagement & Performance Mentoring Video Coordinator

Bill Parsons Bill is in his third season serving

the role of Sr. Advisor, Alumni Engagement and Performance Mentorint. A former Hawk who played three years for Laurier in the 1970’s, Bill has served as an important go-to person for Coach Faulds in engaging alumni while also assisting with other off-field matters.

Equipment Manager

Matthew Fischer Matthew returns for his third season

Golden Hawks to coordinate the video production and technical support needs of the football program. Kerry works at the Laurier Bookstore.

Team Doctor

as the Golden Hawks Equipment Manager. A former player with the Golden Hawks, Fischer suited up for nine games during his two year career between 2010-2011.

Athletic Therapist

Student Therapist

Student Therapist

Jennifer Martins Jennifer enters her second season as the Athletic Therapist for the Golden Hawks. Prior to coming to Laurier, Jennifer spent two years with the NCAA’s Buffalo Bulls men’s football team. She has also previously served as the Head Athletic Therapist with the OVFL’s Niagara Spears.

Catherine Sinha

Curtis Richards

Kerry Martin Kerry is in his ninth season with the

Dr. Randy Bahadur Dr. Bahadur returns for his second year with the Golden Hawks as their Team Doctor.

Student Therapist

Student Therapist

Student Therapist

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Jaime Mitchell

Logan Roy

Maggie Waters


2014 SEASON IN REVIEW


REVIEW

2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WLU - Arkarakas TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Safety (Team) WLU - Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) TOR - Noel TD (Hewitson convert) WLU - Nyhof TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG TOR - Hewitson FG TOR - Sprukulis TD (Hewitson convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - La Touche TD (Convert missed) WLU - Safety (Team) WLU - Nyhof TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WLU - Campbell TD (Pfeffer conver)

GAME 1

Laurier 53 - Toronto 17 September 1 Varsity Stadium - Toronto, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Laurier 17 10 19 7 53 Toronto 7 10 0 0 17

TEAM STATISTICS WLU TOR First Downs 22 30 Rushing Yards 329 70 Passing Yards 256 335 Passes (C/A/I) 17/26/0 28/51/0 Sacks 6 2 Punts-Yards 10-464 10-391 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 19-203 20-147

The third quarter would belong to the Hawks however as Laurier posted 19 unanswered points, highlighted by a Rashad La Touche (Whitby, Ont.) two-yard touchdown and a 66-yard catch and run major from Nyhof.

“Campbell sets rushing record in MFOOT win” “2013 OUA leading rusher sets single-game record with 293 yards in 53-17 win over Toronto” by Jamie Howieson

With Campbell sitting just shy of 200 yards for the game midway through the fourth quarter, the fourth year back entered the record books in grand fashion. He broke through the Toronto defence and pulled away for the score to eclipse the previous record of 263 yards held by Nick Cameron.

TORONTO (September 1, 2014) - Dillon Campbell, last season’s OUA leading rusher, broke a Wilfrid Laurier single-game rushing record by posting 293 yards and two touchdowns in the Golden Hawks 53-17 season-opening win over the Toronto Varsity Blues on Monday night.

Offensively, Laurier put up 567 yards of offence on the Varsity Blues, which was orchestrated by Fracas. The third year pivot finished the night 17 of 24 for 256 yards and three touchdowns to help earn himself and his head coach, Michael Faulds, their second career victories.

Campbell, a Whitby, Ont., native, broke the Laurier record on a 98-yard major midway through the fourth quarter, pulling away from two Blues defenders to enter the record books. Campbell wasn’t the only Hawk to enter the record books at Varsity Stadium as second year defensive lineman Kawku Boateng of Milton, Ont., set a new school mark for sacks in a game. An OUA All-Rookie in 2013, Boateng notched four sacks in just his ninth OUA game to eclipse the hold mark of three shared by four different players, including current teammate Tommy Griffiths of Richmond Hill, Ont.

Defensively, while Boateng was the story, the whole defensive front seven shone for the purple and gold as they held Toronto to just 70 yards rushing. Tanner Philp of Burlington, Ont., and Brandon Calver of London, Ont., led the tackling parade with six each. “This has been building inside since last year,” added Faulds on his team’s overall performance. “Our guys after last season, we had this in mind. It’s been a long road, a long process but as a coaching staff, we’ve kept the energy high through the off-season workouts. We were waiting for this moment, this moment was building for 10.5 months and a lot of built of energy was just exploded in Toronto.”

After posting a 1-7 record in 2013, their worst mark since 2002, the Hawks came out flying to start the game, looking to prove their doubters wrong. Fittingly, it was the Hawks’ defensive effort that got things rolling as Boateng recorded a sack on the second play from scrimmage and held the Blues to a 2-and-out. From there, the offence took over. First, quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont., connected with a wide-open Marcus Arkarakas of Richmond Hill, Ont., for his first career OUA touchdown, a 46-yard major.

The victory snaps Laurier’s three-game losing streak against the Varsity Blues, a streak which dated back to the 2010 season. It also gives the Hawks a win in their season opener for the first time in three seasons.

Just a minute and a half later, Fracas handed off to Campbell who scampered 74 yards untouched to endzone to build Laurier’s lead to 17-0.

NOTES: Campbell finished the game just 57 yards shy of the alltime OUA record held by York’s Andre Durie…Nyhof eclipsed 100 yards receiving for the second time in his career, finishing with exactly 100 yards…kicker Ronnie Pfeffer of Kitchener, Ont., averaged 46.4 yards per punt in the contest, nearly 10 yards more than his average last season…Laurier posted their highest point total in a game since scoring 69 against Waterloo in 2011… attendance at Varsity Stadium was 4,221

The Hawks offence continued to roll in the second quarter as Fracas connected with Greg Nyhof of Georgetown, Ont., on a sixyard score, building Laurier’s lead to 24-7. Toronto would find the offensive game late in the half, capped off by a touchdown from offensive lineman Danny Sprukulis of Oakville, Ont., to pull the Blues to within 10, 27-17, at the break.

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REVIEW

2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG WSR - Lumley TD (Malandruccol convert) WSR - Pszczonak TD (Malandruccol convert) WSR - Safety (Team) WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - Pizzuti TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Nyhof TD (Pfeffer convert) WSR - Vincent TD (Malandruccol convert) WSR - Kennedy TD (Malandruccol convert) WSR - Malandruccol FG WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WSR - Pszczonak TD (2 Pt convert failed)

GAME 2

Windsor 39 - Laurier 34 September 6 Alumni Field - Windsor, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Laurier 3 10 6 15 34 Windsor 0 14 2 23 39

TEAM STATISTICS WLU WSR First Downs 25 24 Rushing Yards 164 138 Passing Yards 292 326 Passes (C/A/I) 15/30/0 22/38/0 Sacks 2 1 Punts-Yards 4-168 8-269 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 10-78 12-110

found Anthony Pizzuti of Hamilton, in the endzone to make the score 26-16.

“Lancers post 4th quarter comeback over MFOOT” “Hawks let 33-16 lead slip away in final 15 minutes, falling 39-34 to Windsor” by Jamie Howieson

Laurier then pulled out some trickery as Chris Ackie of Cambridge, Ont., recovered an on-side kick, which was followed shortly afterwards by a Greg Nyhof (Georgetown, Ont.) touchdown, to push the purple and gold’s lead to 17.

WINDSOR, Ont. (September 6, 2014) – For the third consecutive meeting, the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Windsor Lancers as they fell 39-34 on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Field.

However, Windsor did not back down and on the strength of their fifth year quarterback Kennedy, the Lancers roared back over the remaining 14 minutes. Touchdown runs from Nick Vincent of Tecumseh, Ont., and Kennedy pulled the Lancers to within three. After Campbell fumbled on the Hawks’ next possession, Anthony Malandruccolo of Windsor, Ont., connected on a 43-yard field goal to tie the game.

After taking a 33-16 lead early in the fourth quarter, the Hawks failed to hold off Windsor quarterback Austin Kennedy of Windsor, Ont., and the Lancers for the remainder of the contest. Windsor scored 23 of the last 24 points, including a game-winning 58-yard touchdown with 30 seconds left to earn their third straight win over the Hawks.

Laurier grabbed the lead back with under two minutes to play after a missed Pfeffer field goal resulted in a rouge but Windsor was not finished. On 3rd and 18 and 30 seconds on the clock, Kennedy found Pszczonak behind the Hawks’ coverage and he ran 58-yards untouched for the game-winning score.

“They’re a really good opponent, a playoff-quality team,” said Faulds of the Lancers following the loss. “We said coming into this game they have a fifth year quarterback and you could see it today that there were times it looked like our defence had him bottled up but he popped free and made some good throws.

Despite the loss, a number of Golden Hawks had strong games including Campbell who ran 25 times for 177 yards and a touchdown, pushing his season total to 470. Fracas, playing at the same stadium where his grandfather Gino coached for a number of years, was very efficient, completing 25 of 30 passes for 292 yards and two touchdowns.

“We’ve got to be more consistent on both sides of the ball,” added the Hawks’ head coach. “We can play better football and we’re going to learn from this.” In what was another entertaining affair between two teams who are quickly developing a strong rivalry, Laurier used the momentum earned from their season-opening victory to jump out to a quick lead. A pair of Ronnie Pfeffer (Kitchener, Ont.) field goals were sandwiched around a Dillon Campbell (Whitby, Ont.) touchdown to stake the Hawks to a 13-0 lead.

“It was definitely a very emotional game for me,” said Fracas of playing his first career game in Windsor. “I had a whole bunch of family come out to the game and it kind of pushes you to play even harder. I always want to perform but even more so when I’m playing in front of loved ones.”

Windsor responded late in the second quarter as Beau Lumley of Windsor, Ont., and Evan Pszczonak of Amherstburg, Ont., scored back-to-back touchdowns to give the Lancers a 14-13 lead at the half.

For Windsor, Kennedy and Pszczonak were the big playmakers. Kennedy finished the game 22-of-38 for 326 yards and hit Pszczonak for two touchdowns. The Lancers fifth year receiver had a total of 144 yards receiving on the game.

The third quarter was a quiet one offensively for both teams but Laurier managed to grab the lead thanks to Pfeffer. The fourth year kicker connected on two more field goals in the quarter to offset a Windsor safety, giving Laurier a 19-16 edge. In what was a wild fourth quarter, the Hawks extended their lead just 11 seconds in as quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont.,

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NOTES: Pfeffer’s first quarter field goal was from 49 yards out, a new career long…Pfeffer also moved his way up the Laurier record books with a 16-point performance, jumping him into sixth all-time on Laurier’s career scoring list with 192 points… Pizzuti also found the record books on Saturday, making 11 catches, fourth-most in a single game in school history…attendance at Alumni Field was 2,217


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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - Loft TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - Okafor TD (Pfeffer convert)

GAME 3

Laurier 44 - Waterloo 0 September 13 University Stadium - Waterloo, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Waterloo 0 0 0 0 0 Laurier 10 18 6 10 44

Campbell then took over the game in the second thanks to his outstanding running ability. On his first touchdown run of the day, he capped a drive which saw him accumulate 48 of Laurier’s 50 yards by plunging into the endzone from one-yard out to give Laurier a 21-0 advantage.

“MFOOT defeats Warriors in Battle of Waterloo” “D. Campbell shines again for Golden Hawks as they shut out Waterloo 44-0” by Jamie Howieson

On the Hawks’ next possession, Campbell shook off a number of Warrior defenders before scampering 36 yards to cap off Laurier’s scoring in the half, giving them a 28-0 lead through two quarters.

WATERLOO, Ont. (September 13, 2014) – Led by a nearly unstoppable rushing attack, the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team shutout the Waterloo Warriors in their home opener on Saturday afternoon as they posted a 44-0 victory.

While the second half was relatively quite for Laurier as the team rested a majority of their starters, including quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont., some new faces for the purple and gold got a chance to shine. Among them was running back Chucks Okafor of Calgary, who ran 10 times for 62 yards and capped off the scoring with his first career touchdown late in the contest.

“It’s good to go in to a bye week having won a game because then you would have two straight weeks of practice if we had lost,” said head coach Michael Faulds following his first win at University Stadium. “We played well, kudos to our defence getting the shutout. Offensively, we were a little inconsistent but our run game was phenomenal.”

The Hawks strong showing on offence was complimented by a bounce-back effort from the defensive unit. A week after allowing 39 points against the Windsor Lancers, Coach Ron VanMoerkerke and his group limited the Warriors to just 227 total yards, including a stingy 37 rushing yards on 19 attempts. Two sacks, two interceptions, seven pass breakups and a blocked field goal were key aspects of Laurier’s well-rounded play on defence.

Leading the way on the ground for the Golden Hawks once again was Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont. The fourth year back, and leading rusher in the CIS, recorded his second 200+ yard rushing game of the season as he piled up 204 of Laurier’s 385 yards on the ground. He also finished the two touchdowns, brining his season total to five.

NOTES: Pfeffer also climbed his way up Laurier’s all-time scoring list as his 20-point effort gives him 212 for his career, fourth best in school history…Fracas, who played less than three quarters for the Hawks, finished the game 10-for-18 for 99 yards and a touchdown…his replacement, Eric Morelli of Burlington, Ont., was 2-for-6 for 16 yards and also rushed twice for 54 yards…defensive back Austin Reusch of Burlington, Ont., led the Hawks defensive effort with 6.5 tackls and two pass breakups…attendance on Saturday was 1,528

“Definitely credit to the O-Line,” said Campbell following another big day for the draft-eligible player. “After we figured out what they were doing, their weird little stance up front, we started to run and move the ball.” Also starring for the puple and gold on the day was kicker Ronnie Pfeffer of Kitchener, Ont. The graduate of Cameron Heights CI was good on five of his six field goal attempts, tying the school record for most field goals in a game. He also broke his own school record, which was shared by former Laurier kicker John Wintermeyer, when he connected on a career-long 50-yard attempt in the third quarter. “Ronnie has been absolutely phenomenal, he’s kicking the ball like you wouldn’t believe,” said head coach Michael Faulds of his record-setting kicker. “He’s worked really hard this last year so it’s good to see it paying off.” In a game that was controlled by the Hawks from start to finish, Laurier built up a 10-0 lead in the opening quarter of play thanks to a Pfeffer field goal and Ethan Loft’s (London, Ont.) first career touchdown.

TEAM STATISTICS WAT WLU First Downs 17 30 Rushing Yards 43 386 Passing Yards 201 115 Passes (C/A/I) 20/41/2 12/24/1 Sacks 2 0 Punts-Yards 13-411 6-255 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 11-112 15-171

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pizzuti TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pizzuti TD WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WLU - Arkarakas TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Safety (Team) WLU - Pfeffer FG CAR - Domagala FG

GAME 4

Laurier 53 - Carleton 3 September 27 University Stadium - Waterloo, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Carleton 0 0 0 3 3 Laurier 10 24 19 0 53

light, so now we really buckled down, stayed focus and did what we needed to do today.” Featured in the OUA’s Marquee Matchup for the second time this season, the Hawks came flying out of the gate, albeit with a little luck on their side. After their opening drive was stalled on Carleton’s 34-yard line, a botched snap on the field goal attempt ended up in the hands of Ronnie Pfeffer of Kitchener, Ont. The fourth year kicker scrambled 32 yards for the first down, setting up a 2-yard touchdown run from Campbell to stake Laurier to a 7-0 lead.

“MFOOT dominates Carleton on Homecoming” “Golden Hawks rack up 521 yards of offence in 53-3 victory over Ravens” by Jamie Howieson WATERLOO, Ont. (September 27, 2014) – In a showdown between a pair of 2-1 football teams, the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks made a statement in their annual Homecoming game as they defeated the Carleton Ravens 53-3 on Saturday at University Stadium.

After a Pfeffer field goal gave the Hawks a 10-0 lead through the opening quarter, Laurier’s offence exploded in the second quarter. Campbell opened the frame with his second touchdown run of the game, followed by an 8-yard touchdown from Pizzuti on the purple and gold’s next possession.

Meeting for the first time since Laurier Homecoming in 1970, a game that was also won by the Hawks, the purple and gold put on a show for their fans as they racked up 521 yards of offence to move to 3-1 on the season.

Before the quarter was out, Pizzuti had his second touchdown of the day, this time a 5-yard catch and Pfeffer added his second field goal of the afternoon to stake the Hawks to a 34-0 halftime advantage.

“You’re never quite sure coming off a bye week [how your team will react],” commented head coach Michael Faulds after the victory. “We tried to keep our schedule as close to normal as we could and our guys came out and played. Offence, defence, special teams all played really well.”

The third quarter was more of the same from the offence as Marcus Arkarakas of Richmond Hill, Ont., and Campbell each added a major, extending the lead to 48-0.

Leading the way once again for the Hawks was running back Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont. The leading rusher in the CIS added another 176 yards and three touchdowns to his season totals, brining him 850 yards and eight touchdowns through four games in 2014.

From there, Faulds removed his starters from the game and Laurier cruised to their fifth all-time victory over Carleton. “It felt amazing,” said Pizzuti on the win in front of the Homecoming crowd. “We had thousands of fans coming out and it felt good to make a stance, really, for the OUA and for our fans. It’s not just for us, we love them coming out and supporting us.”

Quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont., had another efficient day as he completed 14-of-19 passes for 196 yards and three touchdowns, two of which were to receiver Anthony Pizzuti of Hamilton. Pizzuti finished the afternoon with 51 yards on four catches.

The lone bright spot on the day for the Ravens was the play of linebacker Leon Cerenini of La Salle, Man., who had 12.5 tackles to lead all players.

“We’re a really balanced offence,” added Faulds. “Everyone knows our headliner is Dillon Campbell, but Fracas is doing such a great job, he still hasn’t thrown an interception on the year, [and] he’s spreading the ball around. You saw Marcus [Arkarakas] had some catches, Pizutti had some catches, he’s doing a really good job being the facilitator. “

The victory moved Laurier into a tie with the Guelph Gryphons for fourth place in the OUA. As for the Ravens, they fall to 2-2 on the year, seventh in the conference. NOTES: Pfeffer’s 15-point effort on the afternoon moved him into third place on Laurier’s all-time scoring list with 227 career points…Campbell’s 850 yards rushing so far in 2014 is just 17 yards behind his total of 867 from 2013 when he led the conference…Fracas continued his incredible season that sees him leading the OUA in completion percentage at 72.5 while throwing nine touchdowns and zero interceptions, the best ratio in the conference…the Hawks are now 5-2-1 against the Ravens, with the seven previous meetings coming between 1963 and 1970… attendance at the game was 7,370

For the second straight game, Laurier’s defence also shone as they held the Ravens to just three points on the afternoon. Defensive back Chris Ackie of Cambridge, Ont., anchored the strong defensive effort by recording 5.5 tackles. “We’re just more focused,” said Ackie on how the Hawks have now allowed just three points in the last two games. “We had a big win Week 1 against U of T, against Windsor we came in too

TEAM STATISTICS CAR WLU First Downs 17 27 Rushing Yards 97 338 Passing Yards 172 217 Passes (C/A/I) 21/32/0 16/21/0 Sacks 1 1 Punts-Yards 9-272 6-325 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-62 8-76

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Safety (Team) YRK - Naylor FG YRK - Naylor FG YRK - Naylor Rouge WLU - Pfeffer FG YRK - Naylor FG WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - S. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert)

GAME 5

Laurier 27 - York 10

October 4 University Stadium - Waterloo, Ont. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final York 0 7 0 3 10 Laurier 10 0 3 14 27

The third quarter was not much better for Laurier. With the Lions doing a good job of maintaining possession against the wind, quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont., and the Hawks’ offence were only able to manage a 34-yard field goal from Pfeffer in the quarter. However, the continued strong play of the Hawks’ defence kept them in front 13-7 heading to the fourth.

“Campbell eclipses 1000 yards in MFOOT victory” “Golden Hawks use big fourth quarter to edge Lions 27-10” by Jamie Howieson WATERLOO, Ont. (October 4, 2014) – Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont., rushed for 171 yards and two touchdowns to eclipse 1,000 yards on the season as the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team defeated the York Lions 27-10 on Saturday afternoon at University Stadium.

Early in the final quarter, quarterback Jahmari Bennett of Mississauga, Ont., connected on an 81-yard pass to Mahlique Marks of North York, Ont., to put the Lions deep into Laurier territory. Another good defensive stand kept York out of the endzone but Naylor connected on his third field goal of the afternoon to pull his team to within three points.

Campbell, a fourth year running back out of St. Mary CSS, became the fifth player is school history to rush for 1,000 yards in a single season. Through five games this year, he has amassed 1,021 yards, an average of 204.2 yards per game.

With a possible upset looming over their heads, the Hawks responded in a big way. D. Campbell featured heavily in an 11-play, 75-yard drive that was capped off by his second touchdown of the day, a 17-yard score, to give the Hawks some breathing room. The touchdown run also pushed D. Campbell over the 1,000 yard mark and gave him 10 touchdowns on the season, matching the second-most in school history.

“It’s unbelievable when you think it’s only been five games,” said head coach Michael Faulds of his running back’s success. “What he’s doing – and I know he’s going to give all of the credit to the o-line – but I’ll stand here and give him credit. He’s an unbelievable running back and he works extremely hard. He’s a good leader for us, and he gained a lot of tough yards today. He popped through on two runs, but most of the runs were really tough runs.”

Laurier put the game out of reach on their next possession when Fracas faked the handoff to D. Campbell and instead gave it to S. Campbell who broke his way through the Lions’ defence for his second career touchdown.

“Honestly, I’m just thinking forward to Western,” commented the ever-humble Campbell. “It’s great to get over 1,000 but to get this win, it’s a tough win and we faced adversity, but we overcame it to take over the Lions.”

Despite the loss, Bennett had a breakout game for York and helped keep his team in the game all afternoon. He finished the game throwing for 255 yards and rushing for a team-high 62 yards.

Receiver Scott Campbell of Cambridge, Ont., also had a big afternoon for the purple and gold as he had 132 all-purpose yards, highlighted by a 71-yard rushing touchdown that put the game out of reach for Laurier in the fourth quarter.

Despite the strong afternoon from the Lions’ pivot, Laurier’s defence contained him when needed, led by a strong effort from Ese Mrabure-Ajufo of Mississauga, Ont., and the Hawks’ defensive line. Mrabure-Ajufo recorded a season-best 5.5 tackles, including 2.5 sacks, while fellow defensive end Kwaku Boateng of Milton, Ont., had a team-high 6.5 tackles and a sack. In total, Laurier’s defence registered six sacks and are now second in the OUA in total sacks with 17.

In what was a much closer game than many expected, the Hawks had the wind in the first quarter and took advantage of it. After kicker Ronnie Pfeffer of Kitchener, Ont., recorded a rouge on a 65-yard punt, D. Campbell scored his first touchdown of the afternoon on Laurier’s next possession. From his own 50-yard line, he broke outside and ran away from the York defenders for a 60-yard major, giving Laurier an 8-0 lead. Leading 10-0 heading to the second quarter, the Hawks’ offence stalled as they only picked up four first downs against the wind, allowing York to climb back into the game. A pair of field goals and a rouge from kicker Nick Naylor of Abbotsford, B.C., pulled the Lions to within three points at halftime.

TEAM STATISTICS YRK WLU First Downs 19 18 Rushing Yards 84 295 Passing Yards 255 95 Passes (C/A/I) 14/27/0 13/24/1 Sacks 6 3 Punts-Yards 10-330 9-360 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 9-85

NOTES: Pfeffer’s third quarter field goal was the 50th of his career…receiver Anthony Pizzuti of Hamilton, added another six catches to his season total and now has 28 on the year…attendance at the game on a rainy afternoon was 806.

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WES - Harou TD (Medeiros convert) WES - Safety (Team) WES - G. Johnson TD (Medeiros convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG WES - Medeiros FG WES - Medeiros FG WES - Medeiros FG WES - Medeiros FG WES - Bone TD (Medeiros convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG WES - A. Sinclair TD (Medeiros convert) WES - Safety (Team) WES - B. Marshall TD (Medeiros convert) WES - Lass TD (Medeiros convert) WLU - Nyhof TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WES - Medeiros FG

GAME 6

Western 61 - Laurier 20 October 9 TD Stadium - London, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Laurier 3 3 0 14 20 Western 16 19 23 3 61 “Campbell sets rushing record in MFOOT loss” “Golden Hawks losing streak against Western extended to nine games in 61-20 defeat” by Jamie Howieson

help the Mustangs build an insurmountable lead. He finished the day 19-for-25 for 285 yards and three touchdowns while running for 86 yards and a score of his own. Garret Sanvido of Vancouver, B.C., led the Mustang attack out of the backfield with 165 yards on 17 carries while Brian Marshall of London, Ont., was the top receiver for Western with eight catches for 157 yards and a touchdown.

LONDON, Ont. (October 9, 2014) – The No. 10 Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team were handed a 61-20 loss by the No. 4 Western Mustangs on Thursday night at TD Stadium. The Mustangs, who started backup quarterback Stevenson Bone of Darien, CT in the place of injured starter Will Finch of Burlington, Ont., used a deadly combination of accurate passing and strong running to improve to 5-1 on the season.

In total, six different players recorded majors for the Mustangs on the day. Outside of Campbell, quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont., threw for 285 yards and a touchdown but was intercepted on two occasions. Receiver Greg Nyhof of Georgetown, Ont., also made his return to the lineup and made four catches for 80 yards and a touchdown.

The loss drops the Hawks to 4-2 and represents the ninth straight defeat Laurier has suffered at the hands of the Mustangs. “They were definitely motivated,” commented head coach Michael Faulds on a Western team coming off their first loss of the year. “It’s not like we weren’t motivated but they’re a powerful team. You can see why they’re in the elite class in the OUA and this was a big challenge for us.”

NOTES: The game was the first as a visiting head coach for Faulds at the school in which he set the CIS career passing record…Chris Ackie of Cambridge, Ont., and Brandon Calver of London, Ont., led the defensive effort with eight tackles each…the 61 points allowed by the Hawks were the most in school history…attendance at the game was 3,862 was his favourite receiver making seven catches for 112 yards.finished the game as Laurier’s leading tackler with 6.5 tackles in the contest

It was not all bad news on the day for Laurier as running back Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont., became the Hawks all-time single season rushing leader. In the purple and gold’s sixth game of the season, Campbell rushed for 111 yards on 18 carries to surpass Jim Reid’s record of 1,078 yards. The fourth year back now has 1,132 on the year, breaking Reid’s mark established back in 1977. He also added his eleventh touchdown of the year, as he continues to lead the nation in both rushing yards and touchdowns, while making five catches for 87 yards to finish as Laurier’s leading receiver. “Early on they were really focusing in on Dillon, like we expected,” said Faulds of his feature back. “Early couple of drives they did shut him down and then we kind of popped a couple weak there and got him in space. We knew that we got to find ways to get him the ball because even if they’re going to shut down the run, Dillon is a great receiver. We used him out of the backfield pretty well.” Bone was the story of the game for Western as the third year pivot, making his first career start, used his arm and his legs to

TEAM STATISTICS WLU WES First Downs 25 24 Rushing Yards 164 138 Passing Yards 292 326 Passes (C/A/I) 15/30/0 22/38/0 Sacks 2 1 Punts-Yards 4-168 8-269 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 10-78 12-110

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WLU - Nyhof TD (Pfeffer convert) MAC - Crapigna FG MAC - Crapigna FG MAC - Vandervoort TD (Crapigna convert) MAC - Crapigna FG MAC - Brooks TD (Crapigna convert) MAC - Crapigna Rouge WLU - Safety (Team) MAC - Crapigna FG WLU - Pfeffer Rouge

GAME 7

McMaster 27 - Laurier 10 October 18 Ron Joyce Stadium - Hamilton, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Laurier 7 0 0 3 20 McMaster 3 13 8 3 27

TEAM STATISTICS WLU MAC First Downs 17 20 Rushing Yards 144 159 Passing Yards 117 264 Passes (C/A/I) 13/28/3 22/33/1 Sacks 0 2 Punts-Yards 10-410 10-365 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 3-20 8-55

“We started off really well. The first couple touches he [James] makes a great pass to Greg Nyhof, and then we have the one mistake throwing the interception in the second quarter,” said Faulds of his offence. “The one thing as a quartrback is that you have to have a really short memory. You throw a touchdown pass or an interception; you have to move on to the next play. And James didn’t do a great job bouncing back from that interception and it escalated.”

“MFOOT drops second straight game to McMaster” “Golden Hawks start strong against No. 3 Marauders but can’t keep pace in 27-10 loss” by Jamie Howieson HAMILTON (October 18, 2014) – The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team were handed their second straight loss of the season by the McMaster Marauders as they fell 27-10 at Ron Joyce Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

However, the defence stepped up and limited McMaster to just one score in the third, keeping the Hawks within three scores as they trailed 24-7 after three.

After the Hawks (4-3) jumped out to an early 7-0 lead in the first quarter, the Marauders (7-0) scored 24 straight points on the strength of quarterback Marshall Ferguson of Kingston, Ont., and running back Chris Pezzetta of Burlington, Ont., to build a lead that would prove to be insurmountable for the purple and gold.

The Hawks struggles on offence proved to be too much on the day though as Laurier managed just three points in the fourth, off a conceded safety and a missed field goal. Crapigna put the game away for McMaster midway through the final quarter with a 41-yard field goal, his 83rd as a Marauder that set a new CIS record for field goals made in a career.

Ferguson finished the day 23-for-33 for 264 yards and two touchdowns while Pezzetta rushed for 116 yards. “A better effort definitely on defence, but offensively obviously you could see that was the thing really slowing us down,” commented head coach Michael Faulds on his team’s play. “Hats off to our defence, because I don’t know how many minutes they were on the field, but it was a significant amount because of how many 2-and-outs and short drives we had offensively.”

Defensively, Laurier got a big effort from second year linebacker Nakas Onyeka of Brampton, Ont. Making his first career start, Onyeka had a career-high 11 tackles, including nine solo, two of which were tackles for losses. Teammate Chris Ackie of Cambridge, Ont., matched Onyeka with 11 tackles, all solo, which was also a single game career-high for the CFL draft prospect.

In what was a very positive start for Laurier after a tough loss to No. 4 Western a week ago, the Hawks drove the field against the defence of the No. 3 Marauders to open the game. Quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont., capped the drive with a 12-yard pass to Greg Nyhof of Georgetown, Ont., to give Laurier a 7-0 advantage.

“I thought we had a really good week of practice, and Wednesday we probably had our best practice this year, and I think it starts and ends with that,” stated Onyeka on the play of himself and his teammates on defence. “We made a few errors on both sides of the ball, including [special teams], but all of that will be improved for Guelph.”

However, from that point forward, the Hawks did very little to generate offence and the Marauders began to take over the game.

Running back Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont., was the lone bright spot on offence for the Hawks as he rushed for 123 yards on 22 carries, the seventh time this year that he’s eclipsed the 100yard mark. He now has 1,255 yards on the season, which is the 16th most rushing yards in one season in CIS history.

Trailing 7-3 heading into the second quarter, McMaster got the wind at their back and took advantage. A Danny Vandervoort (Barrie, Ont.) 48-yard touchdown was sandwiched between two Tyler Crapigna (Nepean, Ont.) field goals to push the Marauders in front 16-7 at the half. The second half was not much better for the purple and gold on offence. Laurier crossed midfield just once in the quarter and struggled to put consistent drives together.

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2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING GUE - Ingram TD (Ferraro convert) GUE - Ferraro Rouge GUE - Ferraro FG GUE - Nieuwesteeg TD (Ferraro convert) GUE - Ferraro Rouge WLU - Pfeffer FG GUE - Scarfone TD (Ferraro convert) GUE - Ferraro FG WLU - Pfeffer Rouge GUE - Farquharson TD (Ferraro convert) WLU - Pizzuti TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WLU - Safety (Team) WLU - Pfeffer Rouge WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) GUE - Ferraro FG WLU - D. Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pizzuti TD (Pfeffer convert) GUE - Ferraro Rouge GUE - Ferraro Rouge

GAME 8

Guelph 41 - Laurier 36 October 25 University Stadium - Waterloo, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Guelph 19 17 0 5 41 Laurier 0 4 18 14 36 “MFOOT comeback falls short against Guelph” “Golden Hawks lose 41-36 to No. 4 Gryphons, still set to make return to playoffs” by Jamie Howieson

TEAM STATISTICS GUE WLU First Downs 15 27 Rushing Yards 186 293 Passing Yards 196 234 Passes (C/A/I) 11/24/1 19/36/2 Sacks 1 1 Punts-Yards 8-354 10-381 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 7-70 10-85

First, Campbell busted outside for a 17-yard touchdown followed by another 17-yard touchdown, this one from Pizzuti.

WATERLOO, Ont. (October 25, 2014) - The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team scored 32 second half points but it wasn’t enough to overcome the No. 4 Guelph Gryphons as they fell 41-36 at University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

However, the Hawks could not put together a drive late to win the game as they fell just short of pulling off the upset victory. “It just shows that we can play the way we can play,” said Campbell of his team’s second half performance. “The last few weeks we haven’t been really giving it our all, but the second half was great job on our part - offence, defence and special teams.”

Despite the loss, the Golden Hawks (4-4) qualified for the OUA playoffs thanks to the Queen’s Gaels 37-15 win over the Carleton Ravens (4-4). Both Carleton and Laurier tied for the sixth and final playoff spot but the Hawks reached the postseason with a 53-3 win on Homecoming over the Ravens.

Campbell was the story of the game for the purple and gold as the fourth year running back recorded his third 200-plus yard rushing game of the season, racking up 203 yards and two touchdowns. Those numbers were good enough to push him into sixth alltime in the CIS for single season rushing yards with 1,458. His 13 touchdowns are also the third most in school history behind only Jim Reid (16) and Stefan Ptaszek (14).

“It really was a tale of two halves,” said head coach Michael Faulds after the game. “Offence, defensively and special teams we got out played severely in the first half, but I’m proud of how our guys rallied. We only went into the locker room at half for about three minutes and I told them we have to get out there be ready to play in the second half.”

Pizzuti also enjoyed another solid game for the purple and gold, finishing with eight catches for 96 yards and two touchdowns. His eight catches give him 40 on the season which ties him with Dillon Heap for sixth most in a single season in school history.

The first half of the game belonged to the Gryphons (7-1) as they came storming out of the gate. In the opening quarter, with a stiff breeze at their back, Guelph put 19 points up on the board, highlighted by a 50-yard touchdown by James Ingram of Guelph, Ont., on a pass from James Roberts of Burlington, Ont., and an 81-yard punt return for a touchdown by Ryan Nieuwesteeg of Niagara Falls, Ont.

As for the Gryphons, Farquharson was a difference maker on the day, rushing for 158 yards and a touchdown while Ingram made four catches for 103 yards and a major.

Guelph continued their offensive dominance in the second quarter as Jacob Scarfone of London, Ont., and Rob Farquharson of Niagara Falls, Ont., both added touchdowns to push the Guelph lead to 36-4.

NOTES: Ferraro’s 42-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter set the new CIS single season record with 26…Laurier kicker Ronnie Pfeffer of Kitchener, Ont., also stands alone as Laurier’s single season field goal record holder as he connected on his 18th in the second quarter…defensive back Chris Ackie of Cambridge, Ont., also broke into the Hawks record books with a seven tackle performance, giving him 48.5 on the year, seventh most in school history…three of the last four games between the Hawks and Gryphons have been decided by five points or less…Faulds, the youngest head coach in the CIS, qualified for the playoffs in just his second year as Laurier’s bench boss…attendance at Saturday’s game was 2,045

After an inspired halftime speech from head coach Michael Faulds, the Hawks returned to the field a different team for the second half. Taking the wind to start the third, Laurier proceeded to post 22 points in the quarter, including touchdowns from Anthony Pizzuti of Hamilton, and Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont. The Gryphons put an end to Laurier’s unanswered scoring run with a 42-yard field goal from Daniel Ferraro of Mississauga, Ont., early in the fourth quarter but the Hawks kept coming.

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REVIEW

2014 SEASON IN REVIEW SCORING WLU - Campbell TD (Pfeffer convert) WLU - Pfeffer FG WES - Team Safety WES - Medeiros FG WES - Team Safety WES - Medeiros FG WES - Team Safety WES - Medeiros FG WES - Medeiros FG WES - Harou TD

OUA Quarter-finals

Western 25 - Laurier 10 November 1 TD Stadium - London, Ont.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Laurier 10 0 0 0 10 Western 0 7 3 15 25

TEAM STATISTICS WLU WES First Downs 11 26 Rushing Yards 192 308 Passing Yards 52 169 Passes (C/A/I) 7/20/2 9/22/2 Sacks 5 3 Punts-Yards 8-266 8-256 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 13-134 7-63

to show that our defence can be one of the best in the country.” However, the Hawks could not keep the Mustangs down for the entire contest. Western kicker Zack Medeiros of St. Thomas, Ont., was a difference maker in the game for the Mustangs as he was successful on four of five field goal attempts. Western’s other 13 points came off of three conceded safeties and a touchdown from Yannick Harou of Gatineau, Que., with 2:03 left in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

“MFOOT season ends at hands of No. 7 Western” “Defence shines for Laurier but upset bid falls short in 25-10 defeat” by Jamie Howieson LONDON, Ont. (November 1, 2014) - The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team had their season come to an end on Saturday as they lost 25-10 to the No. 7 Western Mustangs in the OUA Quarter-finals at TD Stadium.

With Western needing someone to step up in the absence of starting quarterback Will Finch of Burlington, Ont., it was Harou who took his team on his back, racking up 162 yards on 22 carries.

For three quarters, the purple and gold went toe-to-toe with the third-seeded Mustangs. However, a 15-point fourth quarter outburst from Western, which included their lone touchdown of the game late in the contest, helped the hometown team avoid the upset and eliminated Laurier.

Finch’s replacement, Stevenson Bone of Damien, CT, finished the game 9-for-22 for 142 yards but was sacked five times and intercepted twice. One of those interceptions set up Laurier’s opening score of the game when Ben Millar of Campbellville, Ont., picked Bone off on his first pass attempt of the game. The excellent field position led to a seven-yard touchdown run by Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont.

“Obviously I’m upset that we lost but I couldn’t be more proud of the effort we had,” said head coach Michael Faulds following his first playoff game as a head coach. “Defensively, it was an unbelievable effort. Holding Western’s offence to just one touchdown was phenomenal. Our guys battled all day. You could see it right until the fourth, they kept coming right at Western and I’m pleased with our effort.”

Campbell, the leading rusher in the CIS, was once again Laurier’s offensive catalyst in the game as he had 134 yards on 25 carries, the eighth time this season he’s rushed for more than 100 yards.

After allowing 61 points, the most in school history, against the Mustangs back in Week 7, it was a very different Laurier team that hit the field on Saturday. The Hawks jumped out to an early 10-0 lead and on the strength of their defence, held on to that margin until the fourth quarter when the Mustangs finally pulled away.

The downside for the Hawks was Campbell was the only player who was able to get anything going on offence. Quarterback James Fracas of Waterloo, Ont., struggled on the day, completing just 7-of-20 passes for 36 yards while being intercepted twice. Kicker Ronnie Pfeffer of Kitchener, Ont., accounted for Laurier’s only other points on the day, connecting on a 35-yard field goal in the opening quarter.

Defensive lineman Kwaku Boateng of Mississauga, Ont., was one of the key players for Laurier on the defensive side in the ball in helping to hold Western to 25 points, nearly 27 points below their season average. The second year defensive end recorded three sacks and 7.5 tackles. The three sacks equaled Laurier’s single game playoff record, set by Steve Cormack back in the 2008 playoffs, also against the Mustangs.

Despite the loss, it’s been a remarkable turnaround for the purple and gold, one year removed from a 1-7 season a year ago. However, Faulds believes this is only the start for a team he views as being on the up swing in the OUA. “Obviously finishing last year 1-7 and this year making our way into the playoffs, you can see the progression and the steps that we’ve taken,” stated the Hawks bench boss. “Obviously you’re never satisfied unless you’re the team holding up that Vanier Cup at the end. I’m proud of how our guys have battled and gone from the bottom of the pack to more of the middle of the pack. But we need a huge step up to become an elite team in this conference and we know we have to do that next year.”

Linebacker Nakas Onyeka of Brampton, Ont., also continued his 2014 coming-out party with a game-high 9.5 tackles, a forced fumble and a pass breakup. “We came out swinging first,” said Boateng of the Hawks’ defensive effort. “Three weeks ago we were very conservative and this time we just came out swinging. We knew it was going to go 12 rounds and I believe our defence played well. It just goes

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2014 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

2014 Regular Season Statistics Schedule and Results DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE TV/Webcast Sept. 1 at Toronto W 53-17 OUA.tv Sept. 6 at Windsor L 34-39 Cogeco Windsor, OUA.tv Sept. 13 Waterloo W 44-0 OUA.tv Overall Record: 4-4 Sept. 27* Carleton W 53-3 OUA.tv Home: 3-1 Oct. 4 York W 27-10 OUA.tv Away: 1-3 Oct. 9 at Western L 20-61 OUA.tv Oct. 18 at McMaster L 10-27 Cable 14, OUA.tv Oct. 25 Guelph L 36-41 OUA.tv  *Homecoming Team Statistics

Scoring By Quarters Team

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total

Laurier 60 69 71 77 0 277 Opponents 45 80 33 40 0 198

Scoring Player TD FGs PATs 2-Pt. Saf Sng Pts Ronnie Pfeffer 0 18 27 0 0 10 91 Dillon Campbell 13 0 0 0 0 0 78 Greg Nyhof 5 0 0 0 0 0 30 Anthony Pizzuti 5 0 0 0 0 0 30 Marcus Arkarakas 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 Team 0 0 0 0 6 0 12 Scott Campbell 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Rashad La Touche 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Ethan Loft 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Chucks Okafor 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Total 29 18 27 0 6 10 277 Opponents

19 18 18 0 3 6 198

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Category Laurier Opponents Scoring 277 198 Points Per Game 34.6 24.8 First Downs 189 182 Rushing 87 66 Passing 77 84 Penalty 25 34 Rushing Yardage 2,130 1,208 Rushing Attempts 291 227 Average Per Rush 7.3 5.3 Average Per Game 266.2 151.0 Touchdowns Rushing 16 6 Passing Yardage 1,611 2,042 Att-Comp-Int. 222-136-9 272-159-4 Average Per Pass 7.3 7.5 Average Per Catch 11.8 12.8 Average Per Game 201.4 255.2 Touchdowns Passing 13 11 Total Offence 3,603 3,068 Total Plays 513 499 Average Per Play 7.0 6.1 Average Per Game 450.4 383.5 Kickoff Returns: #-Yards 26-634 34-621 Kickoff Return Average 24.4 18.3 Punt Returns: #-Yards 51-396 49-437 Punt Return Average 738 8.9 Interception Returns: #-Yards 4-13 9-169 Interception Return Average 3.2 18.8 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 9-6 Penalties-Yards 85-833 82-721 Average Yards Per Game 104.1 90.1 Punts-Yards 60-2,535 71-2,514 Average Per Punt 42.2 34.5 Sacks: Number-Yards 19-109 11-67 Field Goals-Attempts 18-24 18-21 PAT Kicks-Attempts 27-29 18-18 Red Zone Scores-Chances 25-26 16-18 Time of Possession/Game 29:58 29:27


2014 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS Rushing Player Dillon Campbell James Fracas Scott Campbell Chucks Okafor Eric Morelli Ronnie Pfeffer Eric Guiltinan Rashad La Touche Lance Freeman Nicholas Rempel Greg Nyhof TEAM Total

No Yds Avg 185 1,458 7.9 44 272 6.2 5 98 19.6 17 80 4.7 4 63 15.8 2 60 30.0 15 55 3.7 4 30 7.5 10 16 1.3 3 16 5.3 1 -3 -3.0 1 -15 -15 291 2,130 7.3

Opponents

55 1,208 5.3

Td Fmb Long 13 2 98 0 0 28 1 0 71 1 0 19 0 0 45 0 0 32 0 0 9 1 0 26  0 0 6 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 2 98 6

3

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Receiving

Player Anthony Pizzuti Marcus Arkarakas Greg Nyhof Dillon Campbell Scott Campbell Ethan Loft Rashad La Touche Anthony Powless Craig Yeboah Jacob Gassler Chucks Okafor Total

No Yds Avg 40 359 9.0 30 350 11.7 15 266 17.7 12 206 17.2 18 183 10.2 13 175 13.5 3 29 9.7 2 17 8.5 1 13 13.0 1 12 12.0 1 2 2.0 136 1,611 11.8

Td Fmb Long 5 0 33 2 0 46 5 0 66 0 0 51 0 0 22 1 0 28 0 0 14 0 0 11 0 0 13 0 0 12 0 0 2 13 0 66

Opponents

159 2,042 12.8

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Passing Player Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Td Int Long “NFL” QB Rating James Fracas 212 132 1,574 62.3 13 8 66 137.32 Eric Morelli 9 4 37 44.4 0 1 16 56.67 Marcus Arkarakas 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total 222 136 1,611 61.3 13 9 66 133.43 Opponents

272 159 2,042 58.5 11

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2014 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS All Purpose Yardage Player Dillon Campbell Marcus Arkarakas Carson Ouellette Anthony Pizzuti Scott Campbell James Fracas Greg Nyhof Ethan Loft William Pitt-Doe Chucks Okafor Rashad La Touche Eric Morelli Ronnie Pfeffer Eric Guiltinan Brendan McCracken Lance Freeman Anthony Powless Nicholas Rempel Craig Yeboah Ben Millar Jacob Gassler Total

Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G 1,458 206 0 0 0 1,664 208.0 0 350 103 198 0 651 93.0 0 0 236 281 0 517 86.2 0 359 0 0 0 359 44.9 98 183 0 25 0 306 38.2 272 0 0 0 0 272 34.0 -3 265 0 0 0 265 52.4 0 175 0 0 0 175 21.9 0 0 17 93 0 110 15.7 80 2 0 0 0 82 10.2 30 29 0 15 0 74 9.2 63 0 0 0 0 63 9.0 60 0 0 0 0 60 7.5 55 0 0 0 0 55 6.9 0 0 40 0 0 40 40.0 6 16 0 22 0 38 6.3 0 17 0 0 0 17 2.8 16 0 0 0 0 16 2.0 0 13 0 0 0 13 1.6 0 0 0 0 13 13 1.9 0 12 0 0 0 12 2.4 2,145 1,611 396 634 13 4,799 599.8

Opponents

1,208 2,042

437

621

55

169

4,477

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2014 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS Punt Returns

Kickoff Returns

Player No Yds Avg Long Td Carson Ouellette 31 236 7.6 39 0 Marcus Arkarakas 11 103 9.4 19 0 Brendan McCracken 4 40 10.0 17 0 William Pitt-Doe 5 17 3.4 11 0 Total 51 396 7.8 39 0

Player Carson Ouellette Marcus Arkarakas William Pitt-Doe Scott Campbell Lance Freeman Total

No Yds Avg Long Td 12 281 23.4 59 0 7 198 28.3 54 0 5 93 18.6 29 0 0 25 0.0 25 0 1 22 22.0 22 0 26 634 24.4 59 0

Opponents

Opponents

34 621 18.3 46 0

49 437

8.9 81 2

Sacks

Interceptions

Player Sacks Kwaku Boateng 6.0 Ese Mrabure-Ajufo 5.5 Rashari Henry 2.5 Asante Mizan 1.0 Isaiah Henry 1.0 Stuart Smith 1.0 Sam Montazeri 1.0 Chris Ackie 1.0 Total 19.0

Player Ben Millar Godfrey Onyeka Nakas Onyeka Chris Ackie Total

No Yds Avg Long Td 1 13 13.0 13 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 4 13 3.2 13 0

Opponents

9 169 18.8 61 0

Opponents 11.0

Punting Player Ronnie Pfeffer Total

No Yds Avg Long 60 2,535 42.2 74 60 2,535 42.2 74

Opponents

71 2,514 35.4 71

Field Goals Players 1-19 20-29 30-39 40+ Total Long FG% Ronnie Pfeffer 3/3 5/6 5/7 5/8 18/24 50 75.0 Total 3/3 5/6 5/7 5/8 18/24 50 75.0 Opponents

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5/5 4/4 5/8 4/4 18/21 43 85.7


2014 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS Defensive Player Tackles Solo Assisted Fumbles Forced Chris Ackie 48.5 42 13 0 Brandon Calver 41.5 33 17 1 Nakas Onyeka 38.5 28 21 2 Anthony Petrucci 33.0 25 16 0 Benjamin Millar 28.5 24 9 1 Ese Mrabure-Ajufo 25.5 18 15 0 Asante Mizan 24.0 17 14 0 Tanner Philp 21.5 20 3 0 Kwaku Boateng 20.0 17 6 1 Emerson Gourdet 16.0 11 10 0 Sam Montazeri 15.0 7 16 0 Stuart Smith 13.0 10 6 0 Austin Reusch 13.0 11 4 0 Isaiah Guzylak-Messam 13.0 10 6 0 Godfrey Onyeka 12.5 11 3 0 William Pitt-Doe 9.0 7 4 0 Ronald Kinga 7.0 6 2 0 Kyle Lees 6.5 4 5 0 Taylor Calverley 6.0 5 2 0 Lance Freeman 4.5 3 3 1 Rashari Henry 4.5 4 1 0 Rashad La Touche 4.0 4 0 0 Carson Ouellette 4.0 4 0 0 Brian Lowrance 3.5 2 3 0 Oren Bell 3.5 3 1 0 Jonathan Timmons 3.0 3 0 0 Marcus Arkarakas 2.0 2 0 0 Eric Guiltinan 2.0 2 0 0 Chucks Okafor 2.0 2 0 0 Isaiah Henry 2.0 2 0 0 Zach Scotto 1.0 1 0 0 Brett Golding 1.0 1 0 0 Tommy Griffiths 1.0 1 0 0 Scott Campbell 1.0 1 0 0 Anthony Pizzuti 1.0 1 0 0 Greg Nyhof 1.0 1 0 0 Ronnie Pfeffer 1.0 1 0 0 Dillon Campbell 1.0 1 0 0 Richard Vu 0.0 0 0 0 TEAM 0.0 0 0 1 Total 435.0 345 180 7 Opponents

442.0 346 192

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Fumbles Recovered 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6

Knockdowns 3 0 3 3 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 5 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 26

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THE GOLDEN HAWK RECORD BOOK


RECORD BOOK

TEAM RECORDS Scoring

Passing

Most Points in a Game - One Team Laurier v York 90 Laurier v Guelph 85 Laurier v McMaster 80 Laurier v Waterloo 69 Laurier v Toronto 68 Laurier v York 68 Laurier v Queen’s 67 Laurier v Toronto 67

10/19/74# 10/22/77 10/08/92 10/6/11 10/14/06 09/28/10 10/21/00 09/06/04

Most Points in a Game - Both Teams Laurier (85) v Guelph (21) 106 Laurier (90) v York (15) 105 Laurier (61) v Guelph (36) 97 Laurier (80) v McMaster (14) 94 Laurier (37) v Western (56) 93 Laurier (35) v Queen’s (58) 93

10/22/77 10/19/74 09/06/03 10/08/92 10/12/91 9/17/11

Most Points in a Season 2004 2005 2003 2011 2010 2007 2014

343 330 313 290 287 278 277

8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games

Most TDs in a Season 2004 2003 2005

40 37 36

8 games 8 games 8 games

Most Yards Passing in a Game Laurier vs McMaster 603 Laurier vs Windsor 519 Laurier vs Windsor 403 Laurier vs Windsor 385 Laurier vs York 383 Laurier vs Waterloo 357 Most Yards Passing in a Season 1994 2392 yards 1993 2377 yards 2011 2292 yards 2008 2136 yards 2004 2058 yards 2013 1944 yards 2006 1896 yards Most TD Passes in a Game Laurier vs McMaster Laurier vs Guelph Laurier vs York Laurier vs Ottawa Laurier at Waterloo

Most Passes Attempted in a Game Laurier vs Waterloo 74 Laurier at Queen’s 55 Laurier vs Toronto 50

1974# 1977 1975 2007 2000

Most Completions in a Game Laurier vs McMaster 34 Laurier at Queen’s 30

10/08/92# 10/22/05 10/18/08 10/1/11 10/6/11

10/08/92*# 9/17/11 09/02/13 10/08/92 9/17/11

Most Completions in a Season 2011 179 2013 152 2010 149 1994 144

Most Yards Rushing in a Season 1974 2524 yards 1977 2393 yards 1973 2352 yards 2014 2130 yards 2005 1938 yards 2007 1925 yards

Defensive

Most Rushing Attempts in a Season 1973 402 attempts# 1971 393 attempts 1974 360 attempts 2005 297 attempts 2014 291 attempts Most Rushing Attempts in a Game Laurier vs Windsor 70

9 5 5 5 5

Most TD Passes in a Season 2004 24 1994 23 2011 22 2005 19 2008 19 2000 18

Rushing Most Yards Rushing in a Game Laurier vs York 637 Laurier vs Guelph 547 Laurier vs Guelph 485 Laurier vs Toronto 446 Laurier vs Queen’s 433

10/08/92# 10/22/94 10/23/10 09/08/07 10/18/08 09/27/08

10/31/81#

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record

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Least Points Allowed in a Season 1973 73 1979 73 1974 74 1995 103 2005 114 1980 115 1978 118 1983 119 1985 123 2007 124

8 games 7 games 7 games 8 games 8 games 7 games 7 games 7 games 7 games 8 games


RECORD BOOK

SCORING Total Points Name Jim Reid Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Brian Devlin Stefan Ptaszek Brian Devlin Chris Mamo Dillon Campbell John Katsaouni Spiros Anastasakis Andre Talbot

Regular Season Points Year 96 1977 91 2004 91 2014 89 2005 86 1994 81 2003 78 2007 78 2014 77 1999 72 1991 72 2000

Name Chris Mamo Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Jerry Gulyes Jim Reid Steve Rainey Stefan Ptaszek Scott O’Hara Andy Cecchini Spiros Anastasakis

Career Points Years 270 2005-09 261 2003-05 254 2011-14 218 1975-79 200 1975-78 196 1985-88 192 1990-94 182 1995-98 180 1987-91 160 1991-94

Name Jim Reid Chuck McMann

Game Points Date/Opponent 36 10/22/77 v Guelph 30 10/19/74 v York

Touchdowns Name Jim Reid Stefan Ptaszek Dillon Campbell Andre Talbot Andre Talbot Bryon Hickey Nick Cameron Jim Reid Randy Rybansky Ryan Lynch

Regular Season Touchdowns Year 16 1977 14 1994 13 2014 11 1999 11 2000 11 2003 11 2005 10 1976 10 1983 10 2007

One of many of Jim Reid’s touchdowns which has entrenched 60 him in the number one position for career touchdowns.

Name Jim Reid Stefan Ptaszek Andy Cecchini Bryon Hickey Andrew Baechler Andre Talbot Justin Praamsma Nick Cameron Dillon Campbell Joel Wright Shamawd Chambers

Career Touchdowns Years 33 1975-78 31 1990-94 30 1987-91 24 2001-05 24 2003-07 23 1997-00 21 1997-00 21 2001-05 20 2011-14 18 2002-05 18 2008-11

Name Jim Reid Chuck McMann

Game Touchdowns Date/Opponent 6 10/22/77 v Guelph# 5 10/19/74 v York

Field Goals Name Ronnie Pfeffer Brian Devlin Jerry Gulyes Spiros Anatasakis Chris Mamo Roy Kurtz Steve Rainey John Katsauoni Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer

Regular Season Field Goals 18 17 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14

Career Name Field Goals Ronnie Pfeffer 53 Chris Mamo 48 Brain Devlin 45 Steve Rainey 38 Jerry Gulyes 37 Mike Karpow (WLU/WAT) 36 Scott O’Hara 32 Spiros Anastasakis 30 Ed Becker 21 Pat O’Leary 19 Name Steve Rainey Ed Becker Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Name Ronnie Pfeffer John Wintermeyer Ronnie Pfeffer Scott O’Hara Ed Becker Ronnie Pfeffer

Year 2014 2005 1978 1991 2007 1983 1988 1999 2003 2004 2013 Years 2011-14 2005-09 2003-05 1985-88 1975-79 1975-79 1995-98 1991-94 1998-02 1990-93

Game Field Goals Date/Opponent 5 9/26/87 v Guelph 5 9/13/02 v Western 5 10/05/03 v Ottawa* 5 11/05/05 v McMaster* 5 09/13/14 v Waterloo Longest Field Goal Length Date/Opponent 50 09/13/14 v Waterloo 49 1974 49 09/06/14 v Windsor 48 1996 48 9/13/02 v Western 48 10/09/14 v Western


RECORD BOOK

Singles Name Ed Becker Ed Becker Roy Kurtz Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Pat O’Leary Brian Devlin Ed Becker Nathan Hawkes Ian Dunbar Ian Dunbar Name Ed Becker Brian Devlin Ian Dunbar Roy Kurtz Chris Mamo Steve Rainey Jerry Gulyes Pat O’Leary Ronnie Pfeffer Spiros Anastasakis Name Ed Becker

Regular Season Singles Year 14 2000 11 2001 10 1983 10 2004 10 2014 9 1993 8 2005 8 2002 7 2010 7 1980 7 1981 

PASSING Pass Attempts

Career Singles Years 37 1998-02 23 2003-05 18 1980-83 17 1981-83 17 2005-09 16 1985-88 14 1975-79 13 1990-93 12 2011-14 10 1991-94 Game Singles Date/Opponent 4 9/8/01 v Windsor

Converts Name Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Nathan Hawkes John Katsaouni Chris Mamo Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Ed Becker Chris Mamo Chris Mamo Name Chris Mamo Brian Devlin Jerry Gulyes Ronnie Pfeffer Scott O’Hara Steve Rainey Spiros Anastasakis Ed Becker Pat O’Leary Nathan Hawkes

Game Converts Date/Opponent 10 10/22/77 v Guelph# 9 10/19/74 v York 9 10/6/11 at Waterloo 8 10/18/03 v Toronto 8 9/6/04 v Toronto 8 10/21/00 v Queen’s

Name Jerry Gulyes John Wintermeyer Ronnie Pfeffer Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Ed Becker

Regular Season Converts Year 39 2004 34 2003 31 2010 31 1999 31 2007 30 2005 29 2011 28 2000 28 2008 28 2006

Name Shane Kelly Bill Kubas Bill Kubas Kevin McDonald Jamie Partington Kevin McDonald James Fracas Bill Kubas Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear

Regular Season Attempts 303 246 240 225 218 212 212 198 189 188

Year 2011 1993 1994 1996 2006 1995 2014 1991 1992 2004

Name Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear Mike Wilson Kevin McDonald Shane Kelly Rod Philp James Fracas Adam Lane Kevin Taylor Jamie Partington

Career Attempts 991 716 655 452 452 429 402 371 292 284

Years 1990-94# 2001-05 1982-86 1992-96 2010-11 1984-88 2012-14 1997-00 1997-01 2002-06

Name Kevin McDonald Bill Kubas Shane Kelly Bill Kubas

Game Attempts Date/Opponent 74 11/2/96 v Waterloo*# 57 10/2/93 v Toronto 55 9/17/11 at Queen’s 53 10/21/94 v Waterloo*

Pass Completions

Career Converts Years 109 2005-09 103 2003-05 91 1975-79 83 2011-14 77 1995-98 66 1985-88 60 1991-94 48 1998-02 43 1990-93 32 2008-10

Name Shane Kelly Bill Kubas Bill Kubas James Fracas Jamie Partington Ryan Pyear Rod Philp Ryan Pyear Kevin McDonald Ian Noble

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record

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Regular Season Completions Year 177 2011 142 1993 136 1994 132 2014 124 2006 116 2005 115 1987 110 2004 109 1996 107 2007


RECORD BOOK

Name Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear Mike Wilson Shane Kelly Rod Philp James Fracas Kevin McDonald Adam Lane Jamie Partington Kevin Taylor

Career Completions Years 546 1990-94 409 2001-05 354 1982-86 263 2010-11 261 1984-88 246 2012-14 220 1991-96 202 1997-00 159 2002-06 157 1997-01

Name Kevin McDonald Bill Kubas Shane Kelly

Game Completions Date/Opponent 37 11/2/96 v Waterloo* 33 10/2/93 v Toronto 30 9/17/11 at Queen’s

Name Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear Mike Wilson Rod Philp Shane Kelly Adam Lane Kevin McDonald James Fracas Jamie Partington Scott Leeming

Career Yards Years 8424 1990-94 5927 2001-05 5231 1982-86 3496 1984-88 3331 2010-11 3298 1997-00 3271 1992-96 3052 2012-14 2306 2002-06 2276 1977-81

Name Kevin McDonald Bill Kubas

Game Yards Date/Opponent 500 11/2/96 v Waterloo* 480 10/21/94 v Waterloo

Passing Touchdowns

Completion Percentage Name Rod Philp Ryan Pyear Ian Noble James Fracas Rod Philp James Fracas Mike Wilson Evan Pawliuk Adam Lane Scott Leeming Name Ian Noble James Fracas Rod Philp Evan Pawliuk Shane Kelly Ryan Pyear Jamie Partington Bill Kubas Adam Lane Luke Thompson

Regular Season Percentage Year 67.6% 1987 66.7% 2005 64.5% 2007 62.8% 2013 62.7% 1986 62.3% 2014 61.7% 1986 61.1% 2010 60.9% 2000 60.8% 1981

Name Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear Shane Kelly Ryan Pyear Adam Lane Luke Thompson Adam Lane Jamie Partington Ryan Pyear Kevin McDonald Rod Philp

Career Percentage Years 62.3% 2005-08 61.2% 2012-14 60.8% 1984-88 59.1% 2009-10 58.1% 2010-11 56.7% 2001-05 56.4% 2002-05 55.1% 1990-94 54.4% 1997-00 54.1% 2007-09

Name Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear Adam Lane Mike Wilson Shane Kelly Kevin McDonald Rod Philp Kevin Taylor Luke Thompson James Fracas

Passing Yards Name Bill Kubas Shane Kelly Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear Jamie Partington Kevin McDonald Luke Thompson Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear Rob Philp

Name Bill Kubas Bill Kubas Ryan Pyear

Regular Season Yards Year 2295 1994 2236 2011 1905 1993 1866 2004 1741 2006 1688 1995 1686 2008  1675 1991 1666 2005 1604 1987

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record

Regular Season Touchdowns Year 23 1994 21 2004 20 2011 19 2005 18 2000 16 2008 15 1999 15 2006 14 2003 14 1995 14 1987 Career Touchdowns Years 66 1990-94 62 2001-05 35 1998-00 27 1982-86 26 2010-11 25 1992-96 22 1984-88 19 1997-98 19 2007-10 19 2012-14 Game Touchdowns Date/Opponent 6 10/8/92 v McMaster 6 10/6/94 v McMaster 5 10/22/05 v Guelph

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Longest Completion Name (Receiver) Length Date/Opponent Rod Philp (Ken Evraire) 106 9/12/87 v Waterloo Luke Thompson (Josh Bishop) 101 10/11/08 vs McMaster Jamie Partington (Dante Luciani) 98 11/11/06 v Ottawa* Ian Noble (Travis Vaughan) 95 10/18/08 vs York Mike Wilson (Ken Evraire) 91 1985 Mike Wilson 90 1983 Rod Philp 89 1987 Evan Pawliuk (Shamawd Chambers) 88 09/26/09 v McMaster


RECORD BOOK

RUSHING

Name Dillon Campbell Nick Cameron Derek Medler Ryan Lynch Justin Praamsma Justin Praamsma Dillon Campbell Dillon Campbell

Rushing Carries Name Dillon Campbell Ryan Lynch Jim Reid Justin Praamsma Derek Medler Nick Cameron Dillon Campbell Nick Cameron Alex Torrie Ryan Lynch

Regular Season Carries Year 185 2014 170 2007 163 1977 157 2000 156 2002 150 2004 146 2013 145 2005 144 2001 143 2006

Name Andy Cecchini Ryan Lynch Nick Cameron Justin Praamsma Jim Reid Dillon Campbell Chuck McMann Randy Rybanski Peter Hwang Andrew Bacon Alex Torrie

Career Carries Years 523 1987-91 461 2004-08 410 2001-05 409 1997-00 379 1976-78 361 2011-14 257 1973-78 256 1980-84 229 1992-95 227 1994-97 227 1999-02

Name Ryan Lynch Dillon Campbell Nick Cameron Alex Torrie

Game Carries Date/Opponent 36 9/22/07 v Waterloo 35 10/25/14 v Guelph 34 11/5/05 v McMaster* 34 9/8/01 v Windsor

Touchdowns Name Jim Reid Dillon Campbell Bryon Hickey Randy Rybansky Ryan Lynch Jim Reid Andy Cecchini Justin Praamsma Nick Cameron Justin Dillon Chuck McMann

Yards Rushing Name Dillon Campbell Jim Reid Justin Praamsma Nick Cameron Ryan Lynch Nick Cameron Justin Praamsma Derek Medler Dillon Campbell Ryan Lynch Name Andy Cecchini Justin Praamsma Ryan Lynch Dillon Campbell Nick Cameron Jim Reid Chuck McMann Rick Chalupka Phil Colwell Peter Hwang

Regular Season Yards Year 1458 2014 1078 1977 1066 2000 1025 2005 1019 2007 894 2004 871 1999 871 2002 867 2013 864 2006 Career Yards Years 3061 1987-91 2942 1997-00 2634 2004-08 2453 2011-14 2402 2001-05 2316 1975-78 1926 1973-75 1530 1973-76 1436 1977-79 1301 1992-95

Game Yards Date/Opponent 293 9/1/14 v Toronto 263 11/5/05 v McMaster* 251 9/13/02 v Western 228 9/22/07 v Waterloo 214 9/9/00 v Guelph 210 11/11/00 v McMaster* 204 09/13/14 v Waterloo 203 10/25/14 vs Guelph

Regular Season Touchdowns Year 16 1977 13 2014 10 2003 10 1983 9 2007 9 1976 8 1987 8 1999 8 2005 7 1998 7 1974

Name Jim Reid Andy Cecchini Justin Praamsma Dillon Campbell Nick Cameron Bryon Hickey Randy Rybansky Ryan Lynch Phil Colwell Chuck McMann

Career Touchdowns Years 32 1976-78 27 1987-91 21 1997-00 19 2011-14 18 2001-05 16 2001-05 16 1981-84 16 2004-08 13 1977-79 13 1973-75

Name Jim Reid Chuck McMann Bryon Hickey Justin Praamsma

Game Touchdowns Date/Opponent 6 10/22/77 v Guelph 5 10/19/74 v York 4 10/18/03 v Toronto 4 10/8/98 vs Toronto

Average Gain Per Rush Name Ronnie Pfeffer Scott Campbell Eric Morelli Wayne Parizeau Andy Baechler Marvin Williams Mike Montoya Craig Brenner Bernie Pickett Dan McBridge Luc Gerritsen

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Regular Season Average Year 30.0 2014 19.6 2014 15.8 2014 12.2 1975 12.1 2004 11.1 2000 10.7 2007 10.6 1991 10.4 1978 10.3 2005 10.0 1985

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record


RECORD BOOK

Name Scott Campbell Ronnie Pfeffer Stefan Ptaszek Dan McBridge Phil Colwell Zach Treanor Dan Geirusak Justin Dillon Jim Bendick Chris Redguard Mike Weiler

Pass Receiving Yards

Career Average Years 19.6 2012-14 15.2 2011-14 8.9 1990-94 8.6 2000-06 8.4 1977-79 8.2 1993-97 8.2 1976-77 8.2 1998-98 7.8 1976-76 7.6 1991-95 7.6 1973-75

Name Stefan Ptaszek Andre Talbot Stefan Ptaszek Andre Talbot Joe Nastasiuk Stefan Ptasek Brent Stucke Dillon Heap Andy Baechler Ken Evrarie

Longest Run Name Mike Montoya Paul Falzon Dillon Campbell Mike Weiler Dillon Campbell Jim Bendick Paul Falzon Justin Praamsma

Regular Season Length Year 103 10/20/07 v York 100 1977 100 09/21/13 vs Western 98 1974 98 09/01/14 v Toronto 89 1976 88 1980 86 1999

RECEIVING

Pass Receptions Name Andre Talbot Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Dillon Heap Dillon Heap Anthony Pizzuti Ken Evrarie Andy Baechler Andre Talbot

Regular Season Receptions Year 54 2000 52 1993 50 1994 46 1992 41 2010 40 2011 40 2014 39 1987 38 2006 38 1999

Name Stefan Ptaszek Andrew Baechler Shamawd Chambers Joe Nastasiuk Dillon Heap Andre Talbot Ken Evraire Zach Treanor Corey Grant Andrew Agro

Career Receptions Years 186 1990-94 128 2003-07 123 2008-11 117 1985-88 112 2005-11 105 1997-00 102 1985-87 97 1993-97 92 1995-98 92 2001-05

Name Andre Talbot Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Corey Grant Anthony Pizzuti

Game Receptions Date/Opponent 19 9/9/00 v Guelph#! 13 9/10/94 v York 12 10/8/92 v McMaster 11 9/18/93 v Western 11 11/2/96 v Waterloo* 11 09/06/14 v Windsor

Regular Season Yards Year 916 1994 890 2000 865 1992 760 1999 705 1988 685 1993 641 1990 625 2011 624 2004 609 1987

Name Stefan Ptaszek Joe Nastasiuk Andrew Baechler Zach Treanor Andre Talbot Shamawd Chambers Dillon Heap Ken Evraire Corey Grant Andrew Agro

Career Yards Years 3126 1990-94 2275 1985-88 2262 2003-07 1957 1993-97 1826 1997-00 1765 2008-11 1752 2005-11 1695 1985-87 1348 1995-98 1272 2001-05

Name Andre Talbot Stefan Ptaszek Shamawd Chambers Dillon Heap Andre Talbot

Game Yards Date/Opponent 289 9/9/00 v Guelph 217 9/10/94 v York 201 10/1/11 v Ottawa 176 9/24/11 v Western 175 9/30/00 v Western

Receiving Touchdowns Name Stefan Ptaszek Andre Talbot Andre Talbot Joel Wright Stefan Ptaszek Joe Nastasiuk Andrew Baechler Dante Luciani Zach Treanor Brent Stucke Name Stefan Ptaszek Andre Talbot Andrew Baechler Joel Wright Joe Nastasiuk Ken Evraire Shamawd Chambers Zach Treanor Andrew Agro Brent Stuke

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Regular Season Touchdowns Year 13 1994# 11 2000 10 1999 8 2004 7 1992 7 1987 7 2006 7 2007 7 1995 7 1990 Career Touchdowns Years 28 1990-94 21 1997-00 20 2003-07 18 2002-05 17 1985-88 15 1985-87 15 2008-11 14 1993-97 13 2001-05 13 1990-95


RECORD BOOK Game Touchdowns Date/Opponent 3 9/10/05 v Windsor 3 9/30/00 v Western 3 11/19/05 v Acadia*

Name Joel Wright Andre Talbot Bryon Hickey

Average Gain Per Reception Name Dom Vetro Warren Howe Dom Vetro Andrew Scharshmidt Steve Seifried Peter Hwang Brian Malott Jeff Emberley Andrew Baechler Zach Treanor

Regular Season Average Year 31.8 1978 29.6 1973 27.0 1980 25.5 1991 25.2 1986 24.0 1993 24.0 2008 23.7 2007 23.1 2004 22.9 1994 Career Average Years 26.4 1977-80 25.1 1992-95 24.0 1973-74 20.1 1993-97 19.4 1985-87 19.4 2012-13 19.1 2012-13 18.5 2006-09 18.2 1980-84 18.0 1997-00

Name Dom Vetro Andrew Scharschmidt Warren Howe Zach Treanor Joe Nastasiuk Scott Campbell Greg Nyhof Jeff Emberley Jeff Masianka Troy Leach

Career Punts Years 352 1998-02 270 2005-09 252 2011-14 229 1990-93 183 1995-97 173 1975-79 160 1985-87 159 2003-05 138 1979-83 130 1971-73

Name Brian Devlin Chris Mamo Ronnie Pfeffer Ed Becker Ed Becker Ed Becker Ronnie Pfeffer Ronnie Pfeffer

Game Punts Date/Opponent 15 11/1/03 v Queen’s* 15 9/13/08 v Queen’s 15 08/25/13 vs Guelph 13 11/4/00 v Western* 14 9/8/01 v Windsor 13 9/22/01 v Toronto 13 9/5/11 at York 13 9/8/11 v Queen’s

Punting Yards Name Ed Becker Ed Becker Ronnie Pfeffer Ed Becker Chris Mamo Ken Evraire Ronnie Pfeffer Ronnie Pfeffer Ian MacKenzie Ian Dunbar

Longest Receptions Regular Season Name (Passer) Length Date/Opponent Ken Evraire (Rod Philp) 106 9/19/87 v Waterloo Josh Bishop (Luke Thompson) 101 10/11/08 vs McMaster Dante Luciani (Jamie Partington) 98 11/11/06 v Ottawa* Travis Vaughan (Ian Noble) 95 10/18/08 vs York Ken Evraire (Mike Wilson) 91 1983

PUNTING Punts Name Ed Becker Ed Becker Ronnie Pfeffer Ian MacKenzie Ronnie Pfeffer Luc Gerritsen Chris Mamo Chris Mamo Jarrett Luke Ed Becker

Name Ed Becker Chris Mamo Ronnie Pfeffer Pat O’Leary Jarrett Luke Jerry Gulyes Ken Evraire Brian Devlin Ian Dunbar Ted Passmore

Regular Season Punts Year 88 2001 78 2002 77 2013 73 1989 72 2012 71 1984 70 2006 68 2007 67 1995 66 1999

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Regular Season Yards Year 3376 2001 3070 2002 2813 2013 2742 1999 2718 2008 2646 1985 2535 2014 2499 2012 2497 1989 2469 1980

Name Ed Becker Mike Karpow (WLU/WAT) Chris Mamo Ronnie Pfeffer Jarrett Luke Jerry Gulyes Ken Evraire Brian Devlin Ian Dunbar Ted Passmore

Career Yards Years 13712 1998-02# 11396 1975-79 9858 2005-08 9093 2011-14 6835 1995-97 6465 1975-79 6237 1985-87 5383 2003-05 5312 1979-83 4603 1971-73

Name Chris Mamo Ed Becker

Game Yards Date/Opponent 626 9/13/08 v Queen’s 620 9/2/00 v Waterloo


RECORD BOOK Punt Average Name Ronnie Pfeffer Roy Kurtz Chris Mamo Ed Becker Ken Evraire Ian Dunbar Roy Kurtz Ken Evraire Roy Kurtz Ian Dunbar Name Roy Kurtz Ken Evraire Ed Becker Ian Dunbar Jerry Gulyes Jarett Luke Chris Mamo Nathan Hawkes Ronnie Pfeffer Gord Taylor

Regular Season Average Year 42.2 2014 42.1 1983 41.8 2008 41.6 1999 41.3 1985 41.2 1981 41.0 1981 40.9 1986 40.9 1982 40.1 1983 Career Average Years 41.5 1981-83 38.9 1985-87 38.9 1998-02 38.8 1979-83 37.3 1975-79 37.3 1995-97 36.5 2005-09 36.1 2009-10 36.1 2011-14 35.7 1972-75

Regular Season Length Date/Opponent 85 9/25/04 v McMaster 83 1983 83 10/4/81 v Western 83 9/25/99 v McMaster 83 10/16/00 v Toronto 82 1981 82 10/15/66 v Loyola

PUNT RETURNS Punt Returns

Name Dillon Heap Corey Grant Andrew Baechler Steve Clark Dave Lovegrove Marcus Arkarakas Stefan Ptaszek Steve Clark Dillon Heap Rob Kent Bill Turnbull

Regular Season Returns Year 56 2009 49 1995 48 2004 44 1979 44 1985 44 2013 42 1992 40 1980 40 2011 39 1987 39 1971

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record

Career Returns Years 172 2005-11 144 1990-94 122 1981-85 108 1995-98 90 1978-80 84 1997-00 81 2003-07 66 1971-74 65 1999-00 65 2000-03

Name Andre Talbot Andrew Baechler Dustin Heap Dillon Heap Dillon Heap

Game Returns Date/Opponent 11 10/5/00 v Windsor 10 10/2/04 v Waterloo 10 9/16/06 v York 10 10/4/08 v Ottawa 10 10/17/09 v Guelph

Punt Return Yards

Longest Punt Name Brian Devlin Roy Kurtz John Tavares Ed Becker Ed Becker Ian Dunbar Tom Allen

Name Dillon Heap Stefan Ptaszek Dave Lovegrove Corey Grant Steve Clark Andre Talbot Andy Baechler Tom Dewey Kevin Johnson Geoff Keen

Name Dillon Heap Paul Bennett Corey Grant Andrew Baechler Dillon Heap Stefan Ptaszek Kevin Johnson Steve Clark Steve Clark Tom Dewey

Regular Season Yards Year 912 2009!# 686 1976 616 1995 464 2004 458 2011 425 1992 420 1998 395 1979 380 1980 379 1974

Name Dillon Heap Stefan Ptaszek Dave Lovegrove Corey Grant Andre Talbot Steve Clark Kevin Johnson Tom Dewey Andy Baechler Paul Bennett

Career Yards Years 2071 2005-11 1362 1990-94 1171 1981-85 1124 1995-98 863 1997-00 840 1978-80 796 1999-00 760 1971-74 700 2003-07 686 1975-76

Corey Grant’s punt returns made him one of the most dangerous weapons on the field. It was these tremendous returns which vaulted him to being the 1995 CIAU Rookie of the Year

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KICKOFFS

Game Yards Date/Opponent 202 10/17/09 v Guelph 179 9/26/09 v McMaster 134 9/13/02 v Western 121 10/1/05 v Western 120 10/25/08 v McMaster

Name Dillon Heap Dillon Heap Geoff Keen Joel Wright Dillon Heap

Kickoffs

Punt Returns for a Touchdown Name Paul Bennett

Regular Season No. Year 5 1976#

Punt Return Average Name Lonny Taylor Bill Hogan Paul Bennett Andre Talbot Lonny Taylor Larry Uteck Dillon Heap Dave Lovegrove Kevin Johnson Tom Dewey Name Paul Bennett Larry Uteck Lonny Taylor Kevin Johnson Dillon Heap Tom Dewey Dante Luciani Steve Turner Dan Bovair Rod Carss

Regular Season Average Year 28.8 1991 22.4 1971 20.8 1976 19.3 1998 19.2 1992 17.6 1973 16.2 2009 15.8 1981 15.0 1998 14.5 1974 Career Average Years 20.7 1975-76 17.6 1973-73 13.0 1991-95 12.2 1999-00 12.0 2005-11 11.5 1971-74 11.4 2004-07 11.2 2004-07 11.0 1974-76 11.0 1971-72

Regular Season Kickoffs 51 46 44 43 42 41 41 39 38 38

Year 2004 2008 2010 2000 2007 2006 2005 2014 1998 2003

Name Chris Mamo Pat O’Leary Jerry Gulyes Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Scott O’Hara Steve Rainey Ed Becker Ian Dunbar Nathan Hawkes

Career Kickoffs 170 148 143 130 124 106 99 82 61 57

Years 2005-09 1990-93 1975-79 2003-05 2011-14 1995-98 1985-88 1998-02 1979-83 2010-11

Name Chris Mamo Chris Mamo Ronnie Pfeffer Brian Devlin Nathan Hawkes Ed Becker Ed Becker

Game Kickoffs 11 11 11 10 10 9 9

Date/Opponent 10/14/06 v Toronto 9/27/08 v Waterloo 10/06/11 at Waterloo 10/18/03 v Toronto 09/25/10 v York 10/14/00 v Toronto 10/21/00 v Queen’s

Kickoff Yards

Longest Punt Returns Name Lonny Taylor Bill Hogan Kevin Johnson Paul Bennett Larry Uteck Dave Rose Dillon Heap Andre Talbot Ian Logan Tom Dewey

Name Brian Devlin Chris Mamo Nathan Hawkes Ed Becker Chris Mamo Chris Mamo Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Scott O’Hara Brian Devlin

Name Nathan Hawkes Brian Devlin Chris Mamo Brian Devlin Ronnie Pfeffer Chris Mamo Chris Mamo Ed Becker Jerry Gulyes Chris Mamo

Regular Season Length Date/Opponent 120 9/19/92 v Western 113 9/25/71 v Guelph 111 10/3/98 v Windsor 107 1976 101 1973 95 1980 88 10/19/08 v McMaster* 85 1998 83 10/19/02 v Guelph 81 1974

Regular Season Yards Year 2513 2010 2493 2004 2364 2008 2336 2005 2199 2014 2143 2006 2131 2007 2098 2000 2063 1978 1986 2009

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record

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RECORD BOOK

Name Chris Mamo Jerry Gulyes Pat O’Leary Ronnie Pfeffer Brian Devlin Scott O’Hara Ed Becker Steve Rainey Nathan Hawkes Ian Dunbar

Career Yards Years 8897 2005-09 7787 1975-79 7087 1990-93 6798 2011-14 6585 2003-05 5074 1995-98 4216 1998-02 3847 1985-87 3235 2010-11 2834 1979-83

Name Ronnie Pfeffer Chris Mamo Chris Mamo Nathan Hawkes

Game Yards Date/Opponent 629 10/06/11 at Waterloo 586 9/27/08 v Waterloo 574 10/14/06 v Toronto 568 9/25/10 v York

KICKOFF RETURNS Kickoff Returns Name William Pitt-Doe Dillon Heap Dave Lovegrove Ian Logan Andrew Scharshmidt Dave Rose Anthony Ahmad Carson Ouellette Dave Lovegrove Geoff Keen Steve Turner Shamawd Chambers

Kickoff Average Name Grainville Mayers Steve Rainey Ian Dunbar Ed Becker Nathan Hawkes Brian Devlin Jerry Gulyes Ian Dunbar Pat O’Leary Ronnie Pfeffer Name Nathan Hawkes Ronnie Pfeffer Jerry Gulyes Steve Rainey Roy Kurtz Chris Mamo Luc Gerritsen Ed Becker Dave Brownrigg

Regular Season Average Year 66.0 1997 62.2 1985 59.8 1983 57.3 2002 57.1 2010 56.9 2005 56.9 1979 56.6 1981 56.4 1991 56.4 2014 Career Average Years 56.8 2010-11 54.8 2011-14 54.4 1975-79 54.0 1985-88 53.4 1981-83 52.3 2004-09 51.8 1984-88 51.4 1998-02 50.9 1989-89

Career Returns Years 37 1981-85 36 2005-11 33 2001-05 30 1991-94 29 2000-03 26 1995-98 25 1971-74 25 2013-14 23 1979-87 23 1997-00 23 2004-07

Name William Pitt-Doe William Pitt-Doe Justin Praamsma Ian Logan Ian Logan Steve Turner Shamawd Chambers Felix Odum

Game Returns Date/Opponent 7 09/07/13 vs York 6 09/21/13 vs Western 5 11/11/00 v McMaster* 5 11/8/03 v McMaster* 5 9/25/04 v McMaster 5 10/21/06 v Windsor 5 10/4/08 v Ottawa 5 9/17/11 at Queen’s

Name William Pitt-Doe Dillon Heap Ian Logan Felix Odum Dave Rose Dan Bovair Steve Turner Carson Ouellette Dave Lovegrove Andrew Scharschmidt

Regular Season Length Date/Opponent 90 11/6/04 v Ottawa* 85 10/1/05 v Waterloo 85 10/15/05 v Waterloo 85 10/27/01 v Queen’s* 85 1977 85 1979 85 1997 85 1999 85 10/4/08 v Ottawa 85 10/16/10 v Queen’s

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record

Name Dave Lovegrove Dillon Heap Ian Logan Andrew Scharshmidt Geoff Keen Anthony Ahmad Tom Dewey William Pitt-Doe Dave Rose Justin Praamsma Steve Turner

Kick Return Yards

Longest Kickoff Name Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Ed Becker Jerry Gulyes Jerry Gulyes Granville Mayers John Katsaouni Chris Mamo Nathan Hawkes

Regular Season Returns Year 20 2013 18 2009 15 1985 15 2004 13 1991 12 1981 12 1996 12 2014 11 1982 11 2003 11 2007 11 2008

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Regular Season Yards Year 560 2013 493 2009 327 2004 318 2011 288 1981 284 1975 283 2007 281 2014 261 1985 257 1991


RECORD BOOK

Name Dillon Heap Dave Lovegrove Ian Logan William Pitt-Doe Dan Bovair Geoff Keen Andrew Scharschmidt Steve Turner Dave Rose Justin Praasma

Career Yards Years 893 2005-11 704 1981-85 694 2001-05 653 2013-14 643 1974-76 577 2000-03 568 1991-94 548 2004-07 519 1979-87 499 1997-00

Name William Pitt-Doe Steve Turner Felix Odum Dillon Heap Justin Praamsma William Pitt-Doe

Game Yards Date/Opponent 194 09/07/13 vs York 166 10/21/06 v Windsor 151 9/10/11 v Windsor 140 09/12/09 v Western 135 9/30/00 v Western 135 09/21/13 vs Western

Kick Returns for a Touchdown Name Steve Turner Shamawd Chambers Felix Odum

DEFENSIVE Interceptions Name Donnie Ruiz Dave Lovegrove Barry Quarrell Kevin Johnson David Agro David Agro Jim Martyniuk Bob Stacey Rohan Dove Dan Tosello

Kick Return Average Regular Season Average Year 40.8 1974 31.5 2000 28.9 2011 28.4 1975 28.3 2014 28.0 2013 27.8 1976 27.3 2009 25.7 2007 25.1 2006

Name Dan Bovair Justin Praamsma Felix Odum Dan Bovair Marcus Arkarakas William Pitt-Doe Paul Bennet Dillon Heap Steve Turner Steve Turner Name Dan Bovair William Pitt-Doe Dillon Heap Alex Anthony Shamawd Chambers Steve Turner Ken Evraire Dave Rose Justin Praamsma Steve Clark

Career Average Years 29.2 1974-76 26.1 2013-14 24.8 2005-11 24.0 2009-12 23.9 2008-11 23.8 2004-07 22.7 1985-87 22.5 1979-82 21.7 1997-00 21.5 1978-80

Name Dave Lovegrove David Agro Donnie Ruiz Bob Stacey Barry Quarrell Ian Logan John Tavares Rohan Dove Jeff Smeaton Geoff Belanger

Career Interceptions Years 16 1981-85 15 1999-03 15 1997-00 14 1977-79 12 1978-81 10 2001-05 9 1988-90 9 1985-88 9 2001-05 8 1986-88

Name Jim Martyniuk

Game Interceptions Date/Opponent 3 9/23/06 v Western

Name Ian Logan Wally Parker Larry Uteck Stacey Coray

Regular Season Length Date/Opponent 105 1974 101 10/23/10 v Windsor 99 10/21/06 v Windsor 94 11/01/08 v Western* 92 9/10/11 v Windsor 76 2000 71 10/05/13 v Queen’s 59 10/09/14 v Western 57 10/06/07 vs Guelph

* denotes playoff game, # denotes OUA record, ! denotes CIS record

Regular Season Interceptions Year 7 1998 6 1982 6 1981 6 1998 6 2002 5 2003 5 2006 5 1977 5 1986 5 1992

Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown

Longest Kick Returns Name Dan Bovair Shamawd Chambers Steve Turner Dillon Heap Felix Odum Justin Praamsma William Pitt-Doe Carson Ouellette Steve Turner

Regular Season No. Year 1 10/21/06 v Windsor 1 10/23/10 v Windsor 1 9/10/11 v Windsor

Regular Season Touchdowns Year 2 2003 2 1973 2 1973 2 1971

Longest Interception Return

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Name Rohan Dove Scott McCahill Shane Herbert Yannick Carter Jeff Smeaton

Regular Season Length Date/Opponent 110 9/13/86 v Toronto 110 10/24/09 v Queen’s 107 9/17/11 at Queen’s 91 10/23/04 v York 81 9/13/02 v Western


RECORD BOOK

Interception Yards Returned Name Rohan Dove Barry Quarrell Stacey Coray Donnie Ruiz Bob Stacey Scott McCahill Shane Herbert David Agro Dan Tosello Stacey Coray

Regular Season Yards Year 185 1986 181 1981 174 1972 140 1998 118 1979 118 2009 114 2011 109 2003 108 1992 102 1971

Career Name Yards Year Stacey Coray 276 1971-72 David Agro 259 1998-03 Rohan Dove 244 1985-88 Bob Stacey 231 1977-79 Donnie Ruiz 216 1997-00 Barry Quarrell 211 1978-81 Jeff Smeaton 201 2001-05 Giancarlo Rapanaro 157 2006-10 Scott McCahill 141 2007-11 Dave Lovegrove 116 1981-85

Name Jesse Alexander Jesse Alexander Ian Logan Kevin MacNeill Anthony Maggiacomo

Game Tackles Date/Opponent 14.5 11/11/06 v Ottawa* 12.5 9/9/06 v Ottawa 12.5 11/08/03 v McMaster* 12.0 9/28/01 v McMaster 12.0 10/13/07 vs Ottawa

Name Yannick Carter Giancarlo Rapanaro Eric Schwab Brandon Keks Jesse Alexander Dave Montoya Kojo Millington Kojo Millington Kwaku Boateng Eric Schwab Justin Phillips Ese Mrabure-Ajufo

Regular Season Tackles Year 65.0 1999 63.0 1998 60.5 2007 59.5 2001 59.0 2012 55.5 2006 48.5 2014 46.5 2002 46.0 2010 45.0 2011

Donnie Ruiz made his presence known to the CIS in 1998. His 7 picks were a Golden Hawk Single Season Record.

Career Tackles Years 201.0 2008-12 180.5 1999-03 153.5 1998-02 137.0 2002-06 133.5 2001-05 130.5 2003-07 130.5 2006-10 128.0 2004-08 128.0 2011-14 124.5 1997-00

Sacks *Tracked since 2000

Tackles *Tracked since 2000 Name Donnie Ruiz Alan Ruby Anthony Maggiacomo Kevin MacNeill Drew Galpin Jesse Alexander Chris Ackie Rohan Thompson Mitchell Bosch Samuel Aird

Name Mitchell Bosch Kevin MacNeill Rohan Thompson Jesse Alexander Ian Logan Anthony Maggiacomo Giancarlo Rapanaro Luke Pinder Chris Ackie Donnie Ruiz

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Regular Season Sacks Year 9.5 2006 8 2007 8 1999 7.5 2005 7 2004 6.5 2005 6 1998 6 1999 6 2014 5.5 1998 5.5 2006 5.5 2014

Name Eric Schwab Giancarlo Rapanaro Yannick Carter Kojo Millington Jesse Alexander Justin Phillips Stephen Cormack Brandon Keks Ese Mrabure-Ajufo Kwaku Boateng

Career Sacks Years 17.5 1995-01 16.5 2006-10 15 2003-06 14 1995-00 11.5 2002-06 11.5 2003-06 10.5 2004-10 10.5 2002-06 10.5 2011-14 10 2013-14

Name Kwaku Boateng Tony Bretney Giancarlo Rapanaro Steve Cormack Tommy Griffiths Kwaku Boateng

Game Sacks Date/Opponent 4 09/01/14 v Toronto 3 10/05/02 v Queen’s 3 9/22/07 v Waterloo 3 11/01/08 v Western* 3 09/21/13 v Western 3 11/01/14 v Western*


HISTORY OF GOLDEN HAWK FOOTBALL


ALL-TIME SCORES

HISTORY OF WLU FOOTBALL Football has been played at the University level in Canada since 1906 with the formation of the Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) being the first league created. The first varsity football team at Waterloo Lutheran competed in 1961.

1963 Coach: Bob Celeri WUC at Carleton McMaster at WUC Loyola College at WUC WUC at Ontario Agriculture College WUC at RMC WUC at Ottawa Waterloo at WUC Regular Season Record: 5-2

The Celeri Years 5 Seasons Regular Season: 24-8-1 (0.742)

Record: 5-2 3-2 8-7 6-26 28-7 34-6 37-12 13-12

1964 Coach: Bob Celeri Ontario Agriculture College at WUC McMaster at WUC WUC at Ottawa WUC at RMC Carelton at WUC WUC at Waterloo Loyola at WUC Regular Season Record: 3-4

1961 Coach: Bob Celeri Record: 5-0-1 Ryerson Institute of Technology at WUC 8-16 Royal Military College at WUC 1-48 WUC at Hamilton Institute of Technology 35-8 Hamilton Institute of Technology at WUC 7-54 WUC at Royal Military College 46-1 WUC at Ryerson Institute of Technology 14-14 Regular Season Record: 5-0-1

Record: 3-3 6-22 24-9 11-19 27-0 28-27 19-18 22-13

In 1965 the Vanier Cup trophy was first presented by invitation.

1962

1965

Coach: Bob Celeri Record: 6-0 WUC at Waterloo 7-6 Ryerson at WUC 0-3 WUC at Royal Military College 40-6 WUC at Hamilton Institute of Technology 44-1 Royal Military College at WUC 1-10 Ryerson at WUC 20-36 Regular Season Record: 6-0

Coach: Bob Celeri Ottawa at WUC McMaster at WUC WUC at Carelton WUC at Guelph WUC at Loyola WUC at Waterloo RMC at WUC Regular Season Record: 5-2

Based on their past record the Hawks have been accepted into the Ontario-Quebec Athletic Association Football League. The other members of this league are Loyola University, Carleton, Ottawa, Royal Military College, Ontario Agriculture College and McMaster University.

The “Tuffy” Years 19 Seasons Regular Season: 85-34-5 (0.706) Playoff: 14-13 (0.519) Overall: 99-47-5 (0.656)

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Record: 5-2 21-0 10-11 12-27 26-13 6-19 29-8 0-38


ALL-TIME SCORES In 1968 the Central Canada Intercollegiate Football Conference split into two divisions (east and west). WLU was in the west along with Carleton, Guelph, Laurientian, Ottawa and Windsor.

1966 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight WLU at Laurentian Montreal at WLU Carelton at WLU WLU at Loyola Waterloo at WLU WLU at McMaster Royal Military College at WLU Regular Season Record: 7-0

Record: 7-1 30-7 7-36 0-29 46-1 7-17 13-9 0-41

1968 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Carleton at WLU Ottawa at WLU WLU at Windsor Laurentian at WLU WLU at Guelph WLU at Windsor Regular Season Record: 5-1

College Bowl: St F.X. 14-40 Playoff Record: 0-1 In 1967, the Ontario Intercollegiate Football Conference and the Ottawa St. Lawrence Athletic Association merged as one Conference named the Central Canadian Intercollegiate Football Conference.

Semi-Finals: Loyola 40-0 Atlantic Bowl: St. Mary’s 37-7 College Bowl: Queen’s 14-42 Playoff Record: 2-1

1967 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight WLU at Guelph Loyola at WLU WLU at Laurentian Bishops at WLU WLU at Waterloo WLU at Ottawa McMaster at WLU Regular Season Record: 4-3 Playoff Record: 0-0

Record: 7-2 13-20 8-6 32-26 10-52 10-8 43-13

1969

Record: 4-3 12-10 1-27 52-0 0-56 8-12 0-22 0-18

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Laurentian at WLU Ottawa at WLU WLU at Carelton WLU at York Guelph at WLU WLU at Windsor Regular Season Record: 3-2-1 Playoff Record: 0-0

Ontario Intercollegiate Football Conference Champions 1966

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Record: 3-2-1 51-0 37-7 14-14 15-9 12-17 10-16


ALL-TIME SCORES

Central Canada Intercollegiate Football Champions 1968 Atlantic Bowl Champions - National Finalists 1970 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Windsor at WLU WLU at Ottawa WLU at Laurentian York at WLU WLU at Guelph Carleton at WLU Regular Season Record: 4-1-1 Playoff Record: 0-0

1972 Record: 4-1-1 7-36 28-28 23-6 2-44 0-22 14-39

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 7-3 York 27-7 Windsor 11-26 McMaster 29-17 Guelph 35-4 Western 7-16 Waterloo 44-8 Regular Season Record: 4-2 OUA Semifinal: Ottawa 23-10 OUA Final: Western 38-27 CIAU Semifinal: Saint Mary’s 50-17 Vanier Cup: Alberta 7-20 Playoff Record: 3-1

In 1971, the Ontario Universities Athletic Association (OUA) was born and divided their Conference into two sections and four divisions. WLU was in the Central division along with Western, Guelph and McMaster.

In 1973 Waterloo Lutheran University renamed to become Wilfrid Laurier University.

1971 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 3-5 McMaster 34-13 Guelph 34-16 Guelph 32-1 Western 3-13 Windsor 18-21 Ottawa 10-17 McMaster 10-33 Waterloo 7-19 Regular Season Record: 3-5 Playoff Record: 0-0

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ALL-TIME SCORES

1973

1974

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 8-2 McMaster 9-3 Windsor 14-25 York 38-7 Waterloo 39-7 Ottawa 19-16 Windsor 39-9 Western 22-0 Western 28-6 Regular Season Record: 7-1

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 7-2 McMaster 24-7 Guelph 33-9 Waterloo 41-7 Windsor 29-2 Western 22-24 York 90-15 Loyola 21-10 Regular Season Record: 6-1 OUA Semifinals: McMaster 40-2 OUA Finals: Western 8-19 Playoff Record: 1-1

OUA Finals: Ottawa 48-4 CIAU Semifinals: Saint Mary’s 17-19 Playoff Record: 1-1 In 1974 the Conference membership changed again and the Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference was split in two divisions. WLU was in the West division along with Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo, Western Ontario, Windsor and York.

Ontario Universities Athletic Association Football Champions 1972 Yates Cup Champions - Atlantic Bowl Champions - National Finalists

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ALL-TIME SCORES

Ontario Universities Athletic Association Football Champions 1973 Yates Cup Champions - Atlantic Bowl Finalists

1975

1976

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 5-4 Toronto 3-10 Toronto 17-21 Waterloo 34-1 Western 39-15 Guelph 61-9 Windsor 6-21 McMaster 52-11 Regular Season Record: 4-3

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 6-3 York 41-9 Toronto 16-7 Waterloo 41-14 Western 31-36 McMaster 11-4 Windsor 14-20 Guelph 45-24 Regular Season Record: 5-2

OUA Semifinals: Guelph 32-15 OUA Finals: Windsor 8-65 Playoff Record: 1-1

OUA Semifinals: Toronto 23-22 OUA Finals: Western 14-28 Playoff Record: 1-1

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1977

1979

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 6-2-1 York 17-1 Toronto 13-17 Waterloo 15-8 Western 19-17 Windsor 25-25 McMaster 28-10 Guelph 85-21 Regular Season Record: 5-1-1

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 7-1-1 Guelph 30-7 Western 28-19 McMaster 45-0 York 20-14 Waterloo 32-6 Toronto 6-4 Windsor 23-23 Regular Season Record: 6-0-1

OUA Semifinals: Toronto 25-11 OUA Finals: Western 17-22 Playoff Record: 1-1 1978 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 7-3 Waterloo 39-10 Toronto 32-14 Windsor 35-15 Western 9-15 Toronto 31-16 Western 23-33 Windsor 78-15 Regular Season Record: 5-2

OUA Semifinals: Windsor 31-17 OUA Finals: Western 12-28 Playoff Record: 1-1

In 1980 the Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference (OQIFC) split their divisions into two separate conferences. The east conference remained in the OQIFC, while the west conference became the Ontario Universities Athletic Association.

OUA Semifinals: Waterloo 30-23 OUA Finals: Western 19-14 CIAU Semifinals: UBC 16-25 Playoff Record: 2-1

Ontario Universities Athletic Association Football Champions 1978 Yates Cup Champions - Western Bowl Finalists

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ALL-TIME SCORES 1980

The Newbrough Years

Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 5-4 Toronto 22-24 Guelph 7-9 McMaster 21-22 Western 15-12 Windsor 36-23 York 43-12 Waterloo 14-13 Regular Season Record: 4-3

10 Seasons Regular Season: 47-23-0 (0.671) Playoff: 8-7 (0.533) Overall: 55-30 (0.647)

1984 Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 2-5 Guelph 24-31 McMaster 6-32 Toronto 16-18 Waterloo 26-11 Western 7-18 Windsor 36-22 York 0-16 Regular Season Record: 2-5

OUA Semifinals: Toronto 30-0 OUA Finals: Western 28-51 Playoff Record: 1-1 1981 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 4-4 Toronto 21-45 McMaster 34-7 York 28-10 Waterloo 31-14 Western 9-32 Windsor 32-12 Guelph 5-8 Regular Season Record: 4-3

1985 Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 7-2 Guelph 45-32 McMaster 21-19 Toronto 33-10 Waterloo 48-0 Western 5-22 Windsor 38-21 York 21-19 Regular Season Record: 6-1

OUA Semifinals: Western 11-53 1982

Playoff Record: 0-1 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 3-3-1 Toronto 17-3 York 1-19 Western 0-23 McMaster 26-26 Waterloo 21-16 Guelph 1-22 Windsor 45-7

OUA Semifinals: York 27-10 OUA Finals: Western 16-19 Playoff Record: 1-1 1986 Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 4-4 Guelph 15-30 McMaster 23-22 Toronto 38-31 Waterloo 38-2 Western 10-19 Windsor 21-48 York 30-10 Regular Season Record: 4-3

1983 Regular Season Record: 3-3-1 Coach: David “Tuffy” Knight Record: 6-2 Waterloo 18-3 McMaster 29-18 Toronto 19-7 Western 26-16 Windsor 37-23 Guelph 9-28 York 34-24 Regular Season Record: 6-1 OUA Semifinals: McMaster 28-43 Playoff Record: 0-1

OUA Semifinals: Guelph 15-36 Playoff Record: 0-1

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1987

1989

Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 8-2 Guelph 37-18 McMaster 54-11 Toronto 44-17 Waterloo 43-0 Western 9-23 Windsor 38-15 York 29-0 Regular Season Record: 6-1

Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 3-4 Guelph 11-13 McMaster 8-31 Toronto 12-14 Waterloo 6-7 Western 11-4 Windsor 26-17 York 33-2 Regular Season Record: 3-4

OUA Semifinals: Windsor 32-13 OUA Finals: Guelph 28-15 CIAU Semifinals: UBC 31-33 Playoff Record: 2-1

1990 Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 4-4 Guelph 29-28 McMaster 24-11 Toronto 14-32 Waterloo 29-8 Western 9-22 Windsor 12-21 York 21-6 Regular Season Record: 4-3

1988 Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 7-2 Guelph 27-20 McMaster 23-11 Toronto 38-5 Waterloo 29-0 Western 14-27 Windsor 19-7 York 20-11 Regular Season Record: 6-1

OUA Semifinals: Western 18-23 Playoff Record: 0-1

OUA Semifinals: Guelph 31-24 OUA Finals: Western 16-27 Playoff Record: 1-1

Ontario Universities Athletic Association Football Champions 1987 Yates Cup Champions - Western Bowl Finalists

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Canadian Inter-University Athletic Union National Champions Ontario Universities Athletic Association Football Champions 1991 Yates Cup Champions - Churchill Bowl Champions - Vanier Cup Champions 1991

1993

Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 9-2 Guelph 27-23 McMaster 37-14 Toronto 18-0 Waterloo 7-34 Western 37-56 Windsor 63-7 York 42-9 Regular Season Record: 5-2

Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 5-3 Windsor 55-6 Western 31-7 Guelph 33-14 Toronto 21-45 McMaster 20-10 Waterloo 35-43 York 19-7 Regular Season Record: 5-2

OUA Semifinals: Waterloo 35-5 OUA Finals: Western 13-12 CIAU Semifinals: Queen’s 42-22 Vanier Cup: Mt. Allison 25-18 Playoff Record: 4-0

OUA Semifinals: Toronto 20-27 Playoff Record: 0-1

The Zmich Years 9 Seasons Regular Season: 42-28-1 (0.599) Playoff: 4-7 (0.364) Overall: 46-35-1 (0.561)

1992 Coach: Rich Newbrough Record: 6-2 Guelph 35-27 McMaster 80-14 Toronto 19-28 Waterloo 12-9 Western 32-24 Windsor 47-13 York 36-6 Regular Season Record: 6-1

NOTE: Zmich coached only 3 games in the 2002 season, due to the WLUSA labour debate.

OUA Semifinals: Western 31-34 Playoff Record: 0-1

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1994

1997

Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 7-2 Guelph 39-7 McMaster 51-15 Toronto 26-17 Waterloo 35-16 Western 22-24 Windsor 46-6 York 42-23 Regular Season Record: 6-1

Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 3-5 Guelph 10-39 McMaster 53-25 Toronto 32-8 Waterloo 1-24 Western 17-40 Windsor 44-3 York 18-28 Waterloo 6-45 Regular Season Record: 3-5

OUA Semifinals: Waterloo 29-26 (OT) OUA Finals: Western 36-38 (OT) Playoff Record: 1-1

1998 Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 5-4 Guelph 37-6 McMaster 56-29 Toronto 42-15 Waterloo 14-33 Western 30-38 Windsor 34-6 York 6-13 Guelph 26-15 Regular Season Record: 5-3

1995 Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 8-1-1 Guelph 17-7 McMaster 42-13 Toronto 46-16 Waterloo 23-23 Western 25-22 Windsor 18-9 York 35-3 McMaster 33-10 Regular Season Record: 7-0-1

OUA Semifinals: Waterloo 10-32 Playoff Record: 0-1 1999

OUA Semifinals: Toronto 32-8 OUA Finals: Western 9-10 Playoff Record: 1-1

Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 7-3 Guelph 20-0 McMaster 53-27 Toronto 60-3 Waterloo 36-15 Western 6-39 Windsor 49-0 York 22-20 Ottawa 27-34 Regular Season Record: 6-2

1996 Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 4-5 Guelph 10-13 McMaster 22-0 Toronto 10-13 Waterloo 26-10 Western 17-25 Windsor 41-7 York 31-21 Western 8-49 Regular Season Record: 4-4

OUA Semifinals: McMaster 42-27 OUA Finals: Waterloo 20-32 Playoff Record: 1-1

OUA Semifinals: Waterloo 23-26 (OT) Playoff Record: 0-1

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ALL-TIME SCORES 2003

2000 Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 8-2 WLU at Guelph 29-17 York at WLU 13-17 WLU at McMaster 15-47 Western at WLU 37-38 Windsor at WLU 3-27 WLU at Toronto 55-1 Queen’s at WLU 7-67 WLU at Waterloo 26-18 Regular Season Record: 7-1

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 8-3 WLU at Ottawa 30-20 Guelph at WLU 36-61 Windsor at WLU 16-20 WLU at Waterloo 50-14 Western at WLU 31-28 WLU at York 39-8 Queen’s at WLU 26-23 WLU at Toronto 62-7 Regular Season Record: 6-1-0-1

OUA Semifinals: Western 30-6 OUA Finals: McMaster 23-48 Playoff Record: 1-1

OUA Quarter-Finals: Ottawa 38-17 OUA Semifinals: Queen’s 36-33 OUA Finals: McMaster 17-41 Playoff Record: 2-1

2001

2004

Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 3-6 WLU at Waterloo 7-16 Windsor at WLU 3-11 WLU at Western 10-35 WLU at Toronto 19-10 McMaster at WLU 15-9 Queen’s at WLU 30-8 WLU at Ottawa 14-16 Guelph at WLU 13-26 Regular Season Record: 3-5

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 10-1 Toronto at WLU 0-67 Windsor at WLU 21-40 WLU at Western 38-34 McMaster at WLU 33-34 WLU at Waterloo 44-3 WLU at Guelph 53-13 Ottawa at WLU 9-29 WLU at York 38-19 Regular Season Record: 8-0

OUA Quarter-Finals: Queen’s 27-29 Playoff Record: 0-1

OUA Semifinals: Ottawa 46-7 OUA Finals: McMaster 31-19 Uteck Bowl: Laval 11-30 Playoff Record: 2-1

2002 Coach: Rick Zmich Record: 1-7 Waterloo at WLU 16-18 WLU at Windsor 5-7 Western at WLU 20-17 Toronto at WLU 0-58 WLU at McMaster 25-43 WLU at Queen’s 9-12 York at WLU 22-6 WLU at Guelph 14-15 Regular Season Record: 1-7

2005 Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 12-0 WLU at Queen’s 45-0 Windsor at WLU 24-47 WLU at Ottawa 21-14 McMaster at WLU 26-33 Waterloo at WLU 4-49 WLU at Western 32-17 York at WLU 3-56 WLU at Guelph 47-26 Regular Season Record: 8-0

The Jeffries Years 10 Seasons Regular Season: 58-22 (0.725) Playoff: 11-9 (0.550) Overall: 69-31 (0.690)

OUA Semifinals: McMaster 43-21 OUA Finals: Western 29-11 Uteck Bowl: Acadia 31-10 Vanier Cup: Saskatchewan 24-23 Playoff Record: 4-0

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ALL-TIME SCORES 2006

2008

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 7-3 WLU at Guelph 24-17 (OT) Ottawa at WLU 29-19 WLU at York 24-0 Western at WLU 18-34 Waterloo at WLU 21-24 WLU at McMaster 31-12 Toronto at WLU 7-68 WLU at Windsor 29-38 Regular Season Record: 6-2

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 7-3 Guelph at WLU 13-15 Western at WLU 31-20 WLU at Queen’s 7-41 Windsor at WLU 18-33 WLU at Waterloo 38-23 WLU at Ottawa 22-21 McMaster at WLU 31-50 WLU at York 50-13 Regular Season Record: 6-2

OUA Semifinals: Western 20-15 OUA Finals: Ottawa 14-32 Playoff Record: 1-1

OUA Quarter-Fnals: McMaster 29-0 OUA Semifinal: Western 28-36 Playoff Record: 1-1

2007

2009

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 7-2 McMaster at WLU 26-36 Windsor at WLU 17-48 WLU at Toronto 53-10 Waterloo at WLU 3-35 WLU at Queen’s 23-4 WLU at Guelph 37-27 Ottawa at WLU 27-15 WLU at York 31-10 Regular Season Record: 7-1

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 6-3 WLU at Toronto 36-0 WLU at Western 7-30 Waterloo at WLU 18-29 WLU at McMaster 30-14 Ottawa at WLU 27-25 Windsor at WLU 20-37 WLU at Guelph 21-14 Queen’s at WLU 13-25 Regular Season Record: 6-2

OUA Semifinals: Guelph 31-38 Playoff Record: 0-1

OUA Semifinal: Western 16-26 Playoff Record: 0-1

Canadian Interuniversity Sport - Vanier Cup Champions 2005 Yates Cup Champions - Uteck Bowl Champions

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2010

The Faulds Years 3rd season Regular Season: 5-11 Playoff: 0-1 Overall: 5-12

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 5-5 WLU at Western 1-46 WLU at McMaster 24-26 Toronto at WLU - Forfeit (6-37) 1-0 York at WLU 14-68 Guelph at WLU 2-36 WLU at Ottawa 22-44 Queen’s at WLU 44-23 WLU at Windsor 56-16 Regular Season Record: 4-4

2013 Coach: Michael Faulds Record: 1-7 WLU at Guelph L 21-7 Toronto at WLU L 27-20 WLU at York L 33-20 WLU at Waterloo W 41-10 Western at WLU L 45-24 Windsor at WLU L 26-25 (OT) WLU at Queen’s L 40-34 (OT) McMaster at WLU L 28-5 Regular Season Record: 1-7

OUA Quarter-finals: Guelph W 42-10 OUA Semifinals: at Ottawa L 32-31 Playoff Record: 1-1 2011 Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 4-5 WLU at York 46-7 Windsor at WLU 41-40 WLU at Queen’s 35-58 Western at WLU 34-28 Ottawa at WLU 16-51 WLU at Waterloo 69-3 McMaster at WLU 25-6 WLU at Guelph 15-10 Regular Season Record: 4-4

2014 Coach: Michael Faulds Record: 4-5 WLU at Toronto W 53-17 WLU at Windsor L 39-34 Waterloo at WLU W 44-0 Carleton at WLU W 53-3 York at WLU W 27-10 WLU at Western L 61-20 WLU at McMaster L 27-10 Guelph at WLU L 41-36 Regular Season Record: 4-4

OUA Quarter-finals: at Queen’s L 14-10 Playoff Record: 0-1 2012

OUA Quarter-finals: at Western L 25-10 Playoff Record: 0-1

Coach: Gary Jeffries Record: 3-6 WLU at Toronto L 19-0 Queen’s at WLU L 42-16 York at WLU W 24-20 WLU at Ottawa W 35-27 Guelph at WLU L 22-19 Waterloo at WLU W 12-0 WLU at Western L 56-3 WLU at McMaster L 43-0 Regular Season Record: 3-5 OUA Quarter-finals: at Queen’s L 34-0 Playoff Record: 0-1

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WLU VERSUS OPPONENTS

Acadia Playoffs: 1-0

vs OUA

(1.000) Alberta

Carleton Regular Season: 5-2-1

Playoffs: 0-1

(0.688)

Bishop’s

Guelph Regular Season: 37-14-0 Playoffs: 4-2 Overall: 41-16-0

Regular Season: 1-0

(0.725) (0.667) (0.719)

Playoffs: 0-2 (0.704) (0.625) (0.693)

(0.000) Concordia

Regular Season: 5-1 Playoffs: 1-0 Overall: 6-1

Ottawa Regular Season: 8-12-1 Playoffs: 4-2 Overall: 12-14-1

(1.000)

British Columbia

McMaster Regular Season: 34-14-1 Playoffs: 5-3 Overall: 39-17-1

(0.000)

(0.405) (0.667) (0.463)

(0.833) (1.000) (0.857) Laurentian

Regular Season: 4-1

(0.800)

Queen’s Regular Season: 5-7-0 Playoffs: 2-4 Overall: 7-11-0

Laval (0.417) (0.333) (0.389)

Playoffs: 0-1 Montreal

Toronto Regular Season: 25-14-0 Playoffs: 4-1 Overall: 29-15-0

Regular Season: 1-0

(0.641) (0.800) (0.659)

(1.000) Mount Allison

Playoffs: 1-0

Waterloo Regular Season: 37-11-1 Playoffs: 2-3 Overall: 39-14-1

(0.000)

(1.000) Royal Military College

(0.765) (0.400) (0.731)

Regular Season: 6-0

(1.000) Ryerson

Western Regular Season: 15-31-0 Playoffs: 6-14 Overall: 21-45-0

Regular Season: 3-0-1

(0.326) (0.300) (0.318)

Saint Francis Xavier Playoffs: 0-1

Windsor Regular Season: 33-13-2 Playoffs: 2-1 Overall: 35-14-2

(0.000) Saint Mary’s

(0.708) (0.667) (0.706)

Playoffs: 2-1

(0.667) Saskatchewan

York Regular Season: 35-6-0 Playoffs: 1-0 Overall: 36-6-0

(.875)

(0.854) (1.000) (0.857)

Playoffs: 1-0

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ALL-TIME RANKINGS

ALL-TIME NATIONAL FINAL RANKINGS 1998 FINAL 1. Western Ontario 2. Saskatchewan 3. Concordia 4. Acadia 5. Waterloo 6. British Columbia 7. Mount Allison 8. Laval 9. Wilfrid Laurier 10. McMaster 2002 FINAL 1. SMU 2. McMaster 3. Manitoba 4. Ottawa 5. Laval 6. Regina 7. Saskatchewan 8. Western 9. Queen’s 10. Concordia

2006 FINAL 1. Manitoba 2. Laval 3. Ottawa 4. Saskatchewan 5. Montreal 6. Concordia 7. Wilfrid Laurier 8. Western 9. Regina 10. Acadia

1999

2000

FINAL 1. UBC 2. Saskatchewan 3. Laval 4. Wilfrid Laurier 5. Saint Mary’s 6. Waterloo 7. Western 8. Concordia 9. Acadia 10. McMaster

FINAL 1. Laval 2. Saint Mary’s 3. Ottawa 4. McMaster 5. Wilfrid Laurier 6. Manitoba 7. Calgary 8. Western 9. Waterloo 10. McGill

2003

2004

FINAL 1. Saskatchewan 2. McMaster 3. Laval 4. Queen’s 5. SMU 6. Concordia 7. Wilfrid Laurier 8. Simon Fraser 9. Alberta 10. Regina

FINAL 1. Montreal 2. Wilfrid Laurier 3. Laval 4. McMaster 5. Alberta 6. Saskatchewan 7. Western 8. UBC 9. Acadia 10. SMU

2007

2008

FINAL 1. Laval 2. Ottawa 3. Manitoba 4. Saint Mary’s 5. Wilfrid Laurier 6. Regina 7. Saskatchewan 8. Concordia 9. Bishop’s 10. Western

FINAL 1. Laval 2. Queen’s 3. Western 4. Saskatchewan 5. Saint Mary’s 6. Calgary 7. Wilfrid Laurier 8. Simon Fraser 9. Concordia 10. Montreal

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2001 FINAL 1. McMaster 2. Queen’s 3. McGill 4. SMU 5. Regina 6. St. FX 7. Concordia 8. Saskatchewan 9. Manitoba 10. Laval 2005 FINAL 1. Laval 2. Saskatchewan 3. Wilfrid Laurier 4. Alberta 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Concordia 8. Western 9. Manitoba 10. Acadia

2009 FINAL 1. Laval 2. Calgary 3. Saskatchewan 4. Queen’s 5. Western 6. Saint Mary’s 7. Wilfrid Laurier 8. Montreal 9. McMaster 10. StFX


ALL-TIME RANKINGS

ALL-TIME NATIONAL FINAL RANKINGS 2010 FINAL 1. Laval 2. Western 3. Saskatchewan 4. Ottawa 5. Calgary 6. Regina 7. McMaster 8. Montreal 9. Saint Mary’s 10. Sherbrooke 2011 FINAL 1. Laval 2. Calgary 3. Western 4. McMaster 5. Sherbrooke 6. UBC 7. Montreal 8. Queen’s 9. Acadia 10. Saskatchewan

2013 FINAL 1. Western 2. Laval 3. Calgary 4. Queen’s 5. Guelph 6. Bishop’s 7. Montreal 8. McMaster 9. Manitoba 10. Saskatchewan 2014 FINAL 1. Laval 2. Montreal 3. McMaster 4. Calgary 5. Guelph 6. Mt. Allison 7. Western 8. Saskatchewan 9. Sherbrooke 10. Ottawa

2012 FINAL 1. McMaster 2. Laval 3. Calgary 4. Montreal 5. Guelph 6. Queen’s 7. Regina 8. Western 9. Acadia 10. Sherbrooke

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AWARDS AND HONOURS

NATIONAL AWARDS AND HONOURS All-Canadians FIRST TEAM Mike McMahon ‘69 Paul Patterson ‘69 Terry Harvey ‘70 Ted Passmore ‘72 Rob Etherington ‘72 Wally Parker ‘72 Doug Smith ‘73 Rich Griffiths ‘74 Rich Ott ‘75 Gord Taylor ‘75 Paul Bennett ‘76 Mike Sitko ‘76 Jim Reid ‘77, ‘78 John Miller ‘77 Rich Payne ‘79, ‘80 Barry Quarrell ‘80 Alex Troop ‘83,‘84,‘85 Todd Turnbull ‘83 Ken Evraire ‘86, ‘87 Veron Stiliadis ‘87, ‘88 Brian Breckles ‘89 Bill Madden ‘89 Clive Tharby ‘90 Fred Grossman ‘91 Reinhardt Keller ‘91,‘92 Stefan Ptaszek ‘92,‘93,‘94 Pete Gisborn ‘93 Bill Kubas ‘93 Chris Redguard ‘95 Donnie Ruiz ‘98, ‘99, ‘00 Dino DiMarino ‘99 Andre Talbot ‘99, ‘00 Kojo Millington ‘99 Jamie Hitchen ‘00 Justin Praamsma ‘00 Justin Shakell ‘03 Ian Logan ‘04 ‘05 Ryan Pyear ‘05 Andy Baechler ‘06 Yannick Carter ‘06 Jesse Alexander ‘06 Scott Evans ‘07 Dillon Heap ‘09 Giancarlo Rapanaro ‘10 Dillon Campbell ‘14 Chris Ackie ‘14

All-Canadians

CIAU/CIS Coach Dave Knight ‘72, ‘79 Rich Newbrough ‘91 Rick Zmich ‘95 Gary Jeffries ‘03

SECOND TEAM Kevin Holliday ‘86 Tim Purdy ‘87 Veron Stiliadis ‘87, ‘88 Mike Choma ‘87 Andy Cecchini ‘87, ‘88 Jon Graffi ‘88 Joe Nastasiuk ‘88 Brian Breckles ‘88 Bill Madden ‘88 Hugh Lawson ‘92 Lonny Taylor ‘93 Mike Chevers ‘94 Gerry Smith ‘95 Robbie Symons ‘96 Alan Ruby ‘98 Kevin Johnson ‘98 Kevin Taylor ‘00 Kojo Millington ‘00 Jeff Melis ‘03 Ryan Jeffrey ‘03, ‘04 Kevin MacNeill ‘03 Ryan Pyear ‘04 Conor Healey ‘04 Jesse Alexander ‘04 Nick Cameron ‘05 Brian Devlin ‘05 Brandon Keks ‘05 Jeff Smeaton ‘05 Josh Maltin ‘06 Scott Evans ‘06 ‘08 Justin Phillips ‘06

CIS Defensive Player Richard Payne ‘80 CIS Lineman Veron Stiliadis ‘88 Scott Evans ‘07 CIS Russ Jackson Josh Alexander ‘01 Dillon Heap ‘11 CIS Rookie of the Year Jim Reid ‘76 Paul Nastasiuk ‘83 Bill Kubas ‘90 CIS MVP (Hec Crighton) Bill Kubas ‘94 CIS Volunteer Coach Rob Dalley ‘03 Current CFL Players

B.C.

Ese Mrabure-Ajufo

Anthony Maggiacomo ‘07

Edmonton

Taurean Allen ‘07 Giancarlo Rapanaro ‘09 Courtney Stephen ‘09 Dillon Heap ‘11 Ronnie Pfeffer ‘14

Shamawd Chambers

Hamilton

Courtney Stephen

Montreal

Chris Ackie

Ottawa

Justin Phillips Ronnie Pfeffer

Toronto

Shane Herbert

Winnipeg

Tommy Griffiths

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East West Bowl Participants Derek Medler ‘03 Josh Alexander ‘03 Justin Shakell ‘03 Ian Logan ‘03 ‘04 Conor Healey ‘03 Andrew Agro ‘04 Bryon Hickey ‘04 Mitch Zappitelli ‘04 Ryan Pyear ‘05 Andrew Baechler ‘05 Joel Wright ‘05 Jesse Alexander ‘05 Yannick Carter ‘05 ‘06 Brandon Keks ‘06 Justin Phillips ‘06 Kyle Weston ‘06 Ryan Lynch ‘07 Dante Luciani ‘07

Anthony Maggiacomo ‘07

Luke Pinder ‘07 Ian Noble ‘08 Peter Quinney ‘08 Adam Bestard ‘08 Kyle Ardill ‘08 Josh Bishop ‘09 Chima Ihekwoaba ‘09 Giancarlo Rapanaro ‘09 Taurean Allen ‘09 Stephen Cormack 10 Dillon Heap ‘10 Shane Herbert ‘10 Scott McCahill ‘10 Shamawd Chambers ‘11 Mitchell Bosch ‘11 Daniel Bishop ‘11 Alex Anthony ‘12 Isaac Dell ‘12 Felix Odum ‘12 Dillon Campbell ‘13 Ese Mrabure-Ajufo ‘13 Chris Ackie ‘13 James Fracas ‘14 Greg Nyhof ‘14 Anthony Petrucci ‘14


AWARDS AND HONOURS

PROVINCIAL AWARDS AND HONOURS 1st Team OUA All-Star Doug Smith 1973 Gary Mueller 1973 1974 Fred McLean 1973 Gary Duffy 1973 Tom Balfe 1973 Rich Griffiths 1973 1974 Wally Parker 1973 Nick Drakich 1973 Rob Etherington 1973 1974 Larry Uteck 1973 Chuck McMann 1974 1975 Rich Ott 1974 1975 Gord Taylor 1974 1975 Ken Pelissero 1974 1975 Mike Warbick 1975 Paul Bennett 1976 Mike Sitko 1976 Jim Reid 1976 1977 1978 Fred Brown 1977 John Miller 1977 Mike Murphy 1977 Jerry Gulyes 1977 1978 Larry Hale 1978 Rich Payne 1978 1979 1980 Bob Stacey 1978 1979 Phil Colwell 1978 Dave Yurinicich 1978 Rich Bellamy 1978 Larry Rygus 1978 1979 Jack Davis 1978 1979 Ian Troop 1979 Bob Yeomans 1979 1980 Barry Quarrel 1980 1981 Rod Connop 1981 Dave Cork 1981 1982 Greg Newbrough 1981 Ian Dunbar 1981 Fred West 1982 David Lovegrove 1982 1985 Alex Troop 1983 1984 1985 Todd Turnbull 1983 Dave Waud 1983 Nolan Duke 1983 1984 Dave Shouldice 1983 1984 Kris Keillor 1983 1984 Ken Evraire 1986 1987 Kevin Holliday 1985 1986 Veron Stiliadis 1985 1987 1988 Dave Kohler 1986 Tim Purdy 1987 Rod Philp 1987 Bruce Martin 1987 Mike Choma 1987 1988 1989 Steve Rainey 1987 Andy Cecchini 1987 1988 1989 Rohan Dove 1987 1988 Joe Nastasiuk 1988 Brian Breckles 1988 1989 Bill Madden 1988 1989 Jon Graffi 1988

1st Team OUA All-Star

1st Team OUA All-Star Taurean Allen 2007 2008 2009 Giancarlo Rapanaro 2008 2009 2010 Dillon Heap 2009 2010 2011 Stephen Cormack 2009 Paul Hancock 2009 Jordan Van Horn 2009 Courtney Stephen 2009 Mitch Nicholson 2010 Mitchell Bosch 2012 Dillon Campbell 2014 Chris Ackie 2014 Tommy Griffiths 2014 Ronnie Pfeffer 2014

Bill Bryer 1989 Ron Van Moerkerke 1989 Dan Compagnon 1990 Clive Tharby 1990 Reinhardt Keller 1991 1992 1993 Spiros Anastasakis 1991 Stefan Ptaszek 1991 1992 1993 1994 Fred Grossman 1991 Tim Bisci 1992 Hugh Lawson 1992 Peter Gisborn 1992 1993 Martin Peric 1993 Pat O’Leary 1993 Bill Kubas 1993 1994 Lonny Taylor 1993 1994 Mike Chevers 1994 Chris Redguard 1995 Gerry Smith 1995 Rob Symons 1995 1996 Zach Treanor 1995 Alan Ruby 1997 1998 1999 Daryl Tharby 1998 1999 Donnie Ruiz 1998 1999 2000 Rob Vickers 1998 Kevin Johnson 1998 1999 Kojo Millington 1998 1999 2000 Dino DiMarino 1999 Andre Talbot 1999 2000 Justin Praamsma 2000 James Hitchen 2000 Kevin Taylor 2000 2001 Chad MacAvelia 2000 Rohan Thompson 2000 2002 Jeff Melis 2001 2003 Josh Alexander 2001 Justin Shakell 2002 2003 Ryan Jeffrey 2003 2004 Ian Logan 2003 2004 2005 2005 Kevin MacNeill 2003 Conor Healey 2004 Jesse Alexander 2004 2006 Andrew Baechler 2004 2006 Ryan Pyear 2004 2005 Brian Devlin 2005 Mitch Zappitelli 2005 Brandon Keks 2005 Nick Cameron 2005 Joel Wright 2005 Adrian Houwer 2005 Kyle Weston 2005 Jeff Smeaton 2005 Scott Evans 2006 2007 2008 Justin Phillips 2006 Yannick Carter 2006 Josh Maltin 2006 Tyler Felber 2007 Steve Turner 2007 Ryan Lynch 2007 Anthony Maggiacomo 2007

2nd Team OUA All-Star

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Scott Leeming 1980 1981 Wes Woof 1980 Rod Connop 1980 Mike Graffi 1980 Ian Dunbar 1980 Steve Nagel 1981 Dave Rose 1981 Bill Byckowski 1982 Todd Turnbull 1982 Dave Waud 1982 Roy Kurtz 1982 Paul Nastasiuk 1983 Dave Lovegrove 1983 Mike Wilson 1984 1985 1986 Randy Rybansky 1984 Dave Black 1984 Nolan Duke 1985 Doug Burnell 1985 Dave Leeming1985 Dave Kohler 1985 Norbert Isaacs 1985 Ken Evraire 1985 Bruce Martin 1986 Luc Gerritsen 1987 Brian Breckles 1987 Bill Madden 1987 Jon Graffi 1987 Geoff Belanger 1987 1988 Rod Philp 1988 Doug Reid 1988 Bill Bryer 1988 Steve Rainey 1988 Dan Camagnon 1989 Clive Tharby 1989 John Tavares 1989 1990 Tony Wilson 1989 1990 Bill Kubas 1990 1992 Brent Stucke 1990 Hugh Lawson 1990 1991 Fred Grossman 1990 Jim Burkitt 1991 Pat O’ Leary 1991 1994 1994 Glenn Ferguson 1991 1992 Tim Bisci 1991 Martin Peric 1991

2nd Team OUA All Star Spiros Anastasakis 1992 Lonny Taylor 1992 Dan Tosello 1993 Mark Ferguson 1993 1994 Andrew Scharschmidt 1993 Paul Dietrich 1994 Craig Sweeney 1994 Zach Treanor 1994 1996 1997 Paul Stoppenbrink 1994 Jeremy Rakowsky 1995 Rob Allan 1995 Wade Sergeantson 1995 David Sguigna 1995 1996 Jason Gundy 1995 Kevin McDonald 1996 Harvey Stables 1996 Craig Mellow 1996 Scott O’Hara 1996 1998 Rob Symons 1997 Kevin Taylor 1997 Mark-Miles Levine 1997 Jason Jacyno 1997 Dino DiMarino 1998 Ed Becker 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Eric Schwab 1998 1999 Rob Vickers 1999 James Hitchen 1999 Tom Longhurst 1999 Justin Praamsma 1999 Adam Lane 1999 John Katsauoni 1999 Andre Talbot 1999 Ed Palasz 2000 Alex Torrie 2001 Matt Babel 2001 Lee Cond 2001 Kevin MacNeill 2001 Ryan Jeffrey 2002 Josh Alexander 2002 2003 Derek Medler 2002 David Agro 2003 Mitch Zappitelli 2003 2004 Tony Bretney 2003 Andrew Agro 2004 Adrian Houwer 2004 Bryon Hickey 2004 Justin Phillips 2004 Andrew Baechler 2004 Gavin Cond 2004 Brian Devlin 2005 Yannick Carter 2005 Joel Wright 2005 David Montoya 2005 Kyle Weston 2006 Ryan Lynch 2006 Chris Mamo 2006 Luke Pinder 2006 Dante Luciani 2007 Jahmeeks Beckford 2007


AWARDS AND HONOURS

PROVINCIAL AWARDS AND HONOURS 2nd Team OUA All Star Josh Bishop 2008 Courtney Stephen 2008 Shamawd Chambers 2008 2010 2011 Adam Bestard 2009 Mike Montoya 2009 Carlos Naranjo 2009 Michael Knill 2010 Dillon Heap 2010 Stephen Cormack 2010 Mitchell Bosch 2010 2011 Samuel Aird 2010 2011 George Kourtesiotis 2011 Donnie McKenzie 2011 Ronald Pfeffer 2011 Dillon Campbell 2013 Felix Odum 2013 Chris Ackie 2013 Thomas Majka 2013 Ese Mrabure-Ajufo 2014 Ben Millar 2014

OUA All-Rookies Kwaku Boateng 2013 Marcus Arkarakas 2013 William Pitt-Doe 2013 Carson Ouellette 2014 Godfrey Onyeka 2014

OUA MVP Jim Reid ‘77 Ken Evraire ‘87 Bill Kubas ‘94 Dillon Campbell ‘14

OUA Defensive Player Rich Payne ‘80 Alex Troop ‘84 Clive Tharby ‘90 Fred Grossman ‘91 Donnie Ruiz ‘99 Jesse Alexander ‘06 Anthony Maggiacomo ‘07

OUA Lineman John Miller ‘77 Veron Stiliadis ‘88 Reinhardt Keller ‘93 Kojo Millington ‘99 Ryan Jeffrey ‘04 Scott Evans ‘07

OUA Rookie of the Year Jim Reid ‘76 Phil Colwell ‘77 Dave Shouldice ‘80 Kris Keillor ‘82 Paul Nastasiuk ‘83 Ken Evraire ‘85 Andy Cecchini ‘87 Bill Kubas ‘91 Corey Grant ‘95 John Katsaouni ‘99 Ryan Pyear ‘01

OUA Coach of the Year Dave Knight ‘72,’79,’80 Rich Newbrough ‘85 Gary Jeffries ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘09

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HALL OF FAME

GOLDEN HAWK HALL OF FAME Players

The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawk Hall of Fame was established to recognize those persons who have made significant contributions as athletes, coaches and administrators to the tradition of Golden Hawk athletics and, in doing so, have enhanced the image and reputation of Wilfrid Laurier University. The following is a list of former members of a Golden Hawk Football Team who have earned this prestigious honor. Teams

Players Jesse Alexander Wayne Allison Andy Baechler Tim Bisci Brian Breckles Gary Brohman Nick Cameron Yannick Carter Andy Cecchini Mike Choma Brian Devlin Rob Etherington Scott Evans Ken Evraire Ted Favot Peter Gisborn John Glassford Jon Graffi Fred Grossman Jerry Gulyes Terry Harvey James Hitchen Ryan Jeffrey Reinhardt Kellar Dave Knetchel John Kruspe Bill Kubas Art Lestins Ian Logan Bill Madden Anthony Maggiacomo Paul Markle Fred McLean Mike McMahon Chuck McMann Kojo Millington Joe Nastasiuk Paul Nastasiuk Rich Ott Wally Parker Ted Passmore Rich Payne Justin Phillips Rod Philp Stefan Ptaszek Ryan Pyear Jim Randle Giancarlo Rapanaro Jim Reid Donnie Ruiz Justin Shakell Doug Smith Veron Stiliadis Andre Talbot Clive Tharby Rohan Thompson Gord Taylor Alex Troop Ed Turek John Watson Mike Wilson

Year Inducted Team

The 1966 Football Team The 1968 Football Team The 1973 Football Team The 1991 Football Team The 1978 Football Team The 1987 Football Team The 1961 Football Team The 2005 Football Team

1996 1998 1999 2001 2006 2007 2011 2015

Builders

Builders Dave “Tuffy” Knight Rich Newbrough Rick Zmich

Year Inducted 1986 1998 2005

David “Tuffy” Knight is a legend in the history of OUA football. For many years, Tuffy held the alltime CIAU record for most wins by a coach.

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Year Inducted 2011 1993 2015 2003 2002 1996 2015 2011 1996 2012 2013 1988 2013 1993 1986 2001 1991 2005 1996 1992 1999 2009 2010 1998 1987 1986 1999 2012 2010 2007 2013 1993 1992 1987 1991 2007 1994 2000 1991 2002 1989 1989 2012 1994 1999 2010 1987 2015 1986 2006 2009 1988 1994 2006 2014 2008 1990 1991 1986 2001 1992


CHAMPIONSHIPS Churchill Bowl/Mitchell Bowl (renamed in 2001)

Yates Cup 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1985 1987 1988 1991 1994 1995 1999 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006

1978 UBC 25 Laurier 16 1987 UBC 33 Laurier 31 1991 Laurier 42 Queen’s 22 Atlantic Bowl/Uteck Bowl (renamed in 2003) 1968 Waterloo Lutheran 37 Saint Mary’s 7 1972 Waterloo Lutheran 50 Saint Mary’s 17 1973 Saint Mary’s 19 Laurier 17 2004 Laurier 11 Laval 30 2005 Laurier 31 Acadia 10 The Mitchell Bowl was first awarded in 2002, replacing the Atlantic Bowl, after the CIS voted in 2001 to change the permanent site of the Atlantic Bowl in the interest of competitive fairness. During that year, the Mitchell Bowl played opposite to that of the Churchill Bowl. However, with the introduction of the Uteck Bowl in 2003, the Mitchell Bowl replaced and assumed the history of the Churchill Bowl.

Waterloo Lutheran (defeated Western) Laurier (defeated Ottawa) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (lost to Windsor) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (defeated Western) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (defeated Guelph) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (defeated Western) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (lost to Western) Laurier (lost to Waterloo) Laurier (lost to McMaster) Laurier (lost to McMaster) Laurier (defeated McMaster) Laurier (defeated Western) Laurier (lost to Ottawa)

NOTES: Championships won are denoted by bold text. In 1973 Waterloo Lutheran changed its name to Wilfrid Laurier University

Golden Hawk Quarterback Bill Kubas takes a snap from John Palmer at the 1991 Vanier Cup at Skydome in Toronto. The Hawks beat Mt. Allison 25-18 to capture their first National title.

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CHAMPIONSHIPS Vanier Cup 1966

St. F.X. 40 Waterloo Lutheran 14

St. Francis Xavier quarterback Terry Dolan marshalled a 40-14 victory over Waterloo Lutheran (now Wilfrid Laurier) in the second and final invitational Vanier Cup Game. Dolan completed 12 out of 19 passes for 4 touchdowns and 284 yards. Receiver Terry Gorman caught 6 of them for 131 yards and 3 TDs, setting a Vanier Cup record and earning the Ted Morris Trophy. 1968

Queen’s 42 Waterloo Lutheran 14

Queen’s rambled to a 42-14 romp over Waterloo Lutheran, utilizing powerful aerial and ground attacks. On the ground it was Keith Eaman running for 93 yards and 2 TDs and Don McIntyre was on the receiving end of two of three Don Bayne TD passes. Bayne finished the game with 250 yards passing and was selected MVP. 1972

Alberta 20 Waterloo Lutheran 7

The Cup went West again as Alberta defeated Waterloo Lutheran 20-7. The Golden Bears used three quarterbacks to secure the win with appearances by Gary Weisbrot, Terry Cairnes and Roy Beechey. Waterloo Lutheran’s Gerry Blacker scored a touchdown and rushed for 134 yards in a solid performance as the Golden Hawks suffered their third Vanier Cup loss.

The Hawks won their first Vanier Cup in 1991. They beat Mt. Allison by a score of 25-18 to give them the title of National Champions.

1991

Laurier 25 Mt. Allison 18

The Laurier Golden Hawks took home the Vanier Cup for the first time with a 25-18 victory over the Mount Allison Mounties before more than 30,000 fans at the SkyDome. Laurier running back Andy Cecchini carried 22 times for 130 yards and tied a Vanier Cup record with three touchdowns. The Golden Hawks, OUA and Churchill Bowl champions, jumped out to an early 11-0 lead in the first quarter as Cecchini ran one yard for his first touchdown. Laurier took a large lead in the third quarter on a two-yard run by Cecchini and a 19-yard pass from QB Bill Kubas to Cecchini to make the score 24-4. The Mounties, however, staged a spirited comeback as Grant Keaney ran 27 yards for a touchdown and slotback Mark Huys caught a 33-yard touchdown pass from Sean Hickey. The Laurier defense tightened up late in the game and preserved the victory. Cecchini won the Ted Morris Trophy as the game’s outstanding player. 2005

Laurier 24 Saskatchewan 23

With just 19 seconds left on the clock, Brian Devlin connected on a 32-yard field goal, giving the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks a 24-23 win over the Saskatchewan Huskies and their second ever National Title. The game was played in front of 16,827 fans at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton. The majority of the raucous crowd clad in Purple and Gold. Golden Hawks supporters didn’t leave disappointed, as the Hawks became only the 10th team in Canadian University history to finish a season undefeated (12-0). Quarterback Ryan Pyear took home the Ted Morris Trophy as the game’s MVP; finishing 20 for 30 for 254 yards and 3 touchdowns.

NOTES: Championships won are denoted by bold text. In 1973 Waterloo Lutheran Changed It’s name to Wilfrid Laurier University

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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY

WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY Laurier offers a high quality undergraduate education in the Liberal Arts, Science, Business and Music. We pride ourselves on the strength of our graduates, which we feel reflect the quality of our university and its programs. Laurier grads get jobs, with 95% of our recent graduates securing employment within six months after graduating, Laurier’s employment rates are among the highest in the province. Our innovative programs attract the best and brightest students from across the world. Last year, 85.37 % of our first year students had an incoming average of 75% or higher. Our co-op programs within the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Science, and the School of Business and Economics, present students with the opportunity to pair quality work experience with their academics.

University Stadium which seats 6500 people is the home to many Golden Hawk Varsity Teams.

Laurier is in top spot among Ontario’s universities in the Primarily Undergraduate category of the Maclean’s Annual Rankings of Universities, and is second overall in the country in the reputational ranking. Laurier finished fifth overall in the Primarily Undergraduate category, up two spots from last year’s seventh place ranking. The university is Ontario’s top performer in key student-related categories such as Average Entering Grade and Proportion of Students with (entering averages of ) 75% or higher. Laurier also improved in Student Services as a Percentage of Budget, and retained its second place finish overall in Scholarships and Bursaries.

Laurier is known across the country as an institution with high quality students and professors, and a community environment that fosters academic and personal growth. We consistently come out strong in reputational surveys such as Maclean’s Annual Rankings of Universities and the Globe and Mail Rankings.

The university had its best-ever showing in reputation, finishing second overall in the country. In the individual reputational categories, Laurier finished third in Highest Quality, third in Most Innovative, third in Leaders of Tomorrow, and second in Best Overall.

The John Aird Center, which acts as the main entrance to the campus, was built in 1988. Visit the Robert Langen Art Gallery for a touch of art and stop by the Maureen Forrester Recital Hall to hear the internationally renowned Penderecki String Quartet.

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HISTORY OF WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY In 1910 the Canada Synod and Synod of Central Canada of the Lutheran Church entered into an agreement to establish a Lutheran Seminary. Though the location first proposed for the Seminary was Toronto, Waterloo was selected when its citizens offered a tract of land on the boundary of the town. The choice of location was affected, too, by the fact that the majority of Lutherans in Ontario lived in the vicinity of Waterloo and Berlin (Kitchener). In 1911 the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada opened its doors. Facilities for pre-theological education were established in 1914 with courses leading to senior matriculation given in Waterloo College School. In 1924 the Waterloo College of Arts, providing courses in post-secondary education in a four year program, was established. In 1925 the Faculty of Arts, under the name of Waterloo College, affiliated with the University of Western Ontario. Waterloo College soon began to offer Honours degree programs in the arts. The affiliation with the University of Western Ontario ended in 1960 when the Seminary obtained a revised charter changing the name of the institution to Waterloo Lutheran University. On November 1, 1973, Waterloo Lutheran University became Wilfrid Laurier University, one of Ontario’s provincially assisted universities after Bill 178 was given Royal Assent by the Lieutenant Governor, former Wilfrid Laurier University Chancellor William Ross Macdonald.

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GOLDEN HAWK ATHLETICS

Wilfrid Laurier University Offers 22 varsity teams through 13 different sports including:

Hockey (M) (W) Indoor Middle Distance (M) (W) Lacrosse (W) Rugby (M) (W) Soccer (M) (W) Swimming (M) (W)

Baseball (M) Basketball (M) (W) Cheerleading (W) Cross Country (M) (W) Curling (M) (W) Football (M) Golf (M) (W)

GOLDEN HAWK CHAMPIONSHIPS CAPTURED 13 National Championships, 67 Provincial Championships Baseball 2013 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship

Football 1961 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1962 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1966 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1972 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1973 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1978 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1987 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1991 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1991 (Men’s) - National Championship 2004 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2005 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2005 (Men’s) - National Championship

Basketball 1963/1964 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1964/1965 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1965/1966 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1966/1967 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1967/1968 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1967/1968 (Men’s) - National Championship 1968/1969 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1970/1971 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship Curling 1985/1986 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1991/1992 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1994/1995 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1995/1996 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1996/1997 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1998/1999 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2002/2003 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2005/2006 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2007/2008 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2007/2008 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2007/2008 (Men’s) - National Championship 2007/2008 (Women’s) - National Championship 2008/2009 (Women’s) - National Championship 2010/2011 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2010/2011 (Women’s) - National Championship 2011/2012 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2011/2012 (Women’s) - National Championship 2013/2014 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2014/2015 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2014/2015 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship

Hockey 1982/1983 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1988/1989 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1989/1990 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1998/1999 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2001/2002 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2003/2004 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2004/2005 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2004/2005 (Women’s) - National Championship 2005/2006 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2006/2007 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2007/2008 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2008/2009 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2009/2010 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2011/2012 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2013/2014 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship

Field Lacrosse 2000 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2003 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2004 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2005 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2006 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2007 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2008 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2010 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship

Soccer 1980 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1987 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1989 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1990 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1992 (Women’s) - National Championship 1993 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1995 (Women’s) - National Championship 1995 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2000 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2000 (Men’s) - National Championship 2001 (Men’s) - National Championship 2008 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2008 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2010 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2013 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship

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