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GENERAL INFO Quick Facts Administration Support Staff Medical Staff
Executive Director: Jennifer Myers Director, Business Development: Duke Dickson Associate Director, Athletics: Gillian McCullough Manager, Varsity Athletics: Hailey Milligan-Jones, Bart Zemanek Manager, Facilities Administration: Meagan Heath Manager, Sport Injury Clinic: Tracy Meloche Manager, Marketing & Events: Tricia Wyles Senior Development Officer, Athletics: Rahim Dharamsi
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TEAM INFO Roster Coach Bios Championship Preview Player Bios 2017 Schedule/Results Regular Season Records U SPORTS Awards and All-Canadians OUA Awards and All-Stars
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SUPPORT STAFF Coordinator, Sport Information: Alyson Fisher Coordinator, Equipment Services: Geoff Carson Equipment Services & Stadium Attendant: Nathaniel Griffith Coordinator, Promotions & Game Day Experience: Kim Servinis Coordinator, Facility Operations: Jonathan Cevallos, Manny Troitino Coordinator, Game Day Operations: Michael Bianchi Digital Media Assistant: Mike Dahiroc Coordinator, Athletic Services: Katie Robinson Administrative Coordinator: Lillian Chan Strength & Conditioning Coach: Adam Douglas Strength & Conditioning Coach: Alena Luciani
MEDIA CONTACT ALYSON FISHER Coordinator, Sport Information Cell: 647-637-3480 E-mail: email@example.com Website: yorkulions.ca Twitter: @yorkulions
MEDICAL STAFF Manager, Sport Injury Clinic: Tracy Meloche Supervisor, Sport Injury Clinic: James Gardiner Supervisor, Outdoor Sports: Brittney Enright-Blount Certified Athletic Therapist, Clinic Assistant: Jo Hurtubise Orthopedic Surgeons: Dr. Rick Zarnett, Dr. Jacqueline Auguste Team Dentist: Dr. Paul Piccininni Sport Medicine Physicians: Dr. Hemen Shukla, Dr. Laura Cruz, Dr. John Ho Neurosurgeon: Dr. Karen Johnston Radiologist: Dr. Anthony Mascia Cardiologist: Dr. Yuri Frenklah Psychiatrist: Dr. Saul Marks Orthopedic Manual Physiotherapist: Michael Boni Registered Massage Therapist: Darren Wharrie Sport Chiropractor: Dr. Scott Howitt Osteopath: Angela Greco Certified Athletic Therapists: Marcia Franklin, Kevin Montgomery Pedorthist: Annette McClelland Mental Health: Debbie Wilkes Athletic Therapy Program Coordinator: Loriann Hynes Research Consultants: Alison Macpherson, Lauren Sergio, Mazrah Fallah
CONTACT INFORMATION YORK UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS & RECREATION Tait McKenzie Centre 4700 Keele St. Toronto, ON M3J 1P3 416-736-5185 firstname.lastname@example.org
YORK ATHLETICS & RECREATION Name: York University Location: Toronto, Ontario Founded: 1959 Enrolment: 52,000 Nickname: Lions Colours: Red & White Field: York Stadium Capacity: 5,000 Conference: Ontario University Athletics (OUA) President & Vice Chancellor: Dr. Mamdouh Shoukri
2017 YORK LIONS
Business & Society
Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
Kinesiology & Health Science
East York, Ont.
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Kinesiology & Health Science
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North York, Ont.
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Kinesiology & Health Science
CARMINE ISACCO – HEAD COACH (11TH SEASON) HIEU QUACH – ASSISTANT COACH LUCA FORNO – ASSISTANT COACH
MATTHEW ARNONE – ASSISTANT COACH MATTHEW STINSON – ASSISTANT COACH ANDREA LOMBARDO – ASSISTANT COACH
ENZO PAEZ – ASSISTANT COACH GERALD PENNANT – GOALKEEPER COACH LUKE BUTTERY – FITNESS COACH
ASSISTANT COACH Hieu Quach has been with the Lions men’s soccer program since 2007. He came to York along with head coach Carmine Isacco and previous to that worked as an assistant under Isacco for two years at the University of Toronto. He has played a big role in the success experienced by the Lions, including the team’s five OUA titles (2007, 2013-15, 2017) and four national championships (2008, 2010, 2014, 2015). Quach was a threeyear starter at central midfield for the Varsity Blues, earning conference all-star selection in 1996 and academic all-Canadian honours in 1998. He graduated from the University of Toronto with an education degree after earning a bachelor of science from Dalhousie University.
Carmine Isacco was named the head coach of the Lions men’s soccer team in 2007 and has led the Lions unprecedented success, winning four U SPORTS titles (2008, 2010, 2014, 2015) as well as five OUA banners (2007, 2013-15, 2017). He is also a six-time recipient of the OUA West coach of the year award (2007, 2010, 201214, 2016) and a two-time U SPORTS coach of the year (2007, 2014).
Isacco joined the Lions after spending two seasons as the head coach with the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, where he led the team to a pair of OUA silver medals and a CIS silver medal in 2005. His coaching career has also seen him claim a national championship with the Hearts-Azzurri S.C. in the under-18 division. As a player, Isacco took to the pitch at the University of Maryland, where he was named a freshman all-American and a three-time all-ACC first team member. In 1993 he participated in the World University Games.
ASSISTANT COACH Matt Stinson went from player to coach with the Lions after the 2015 season. He spent three years as a midfielder with the program, earning OUA West second-team all-star honours and CIS tournament all-star recognition in 2014 and helping the Lions win three OUA championships and two national titles. Stinson brings plenty of playing experience at a number of different levels to the coaching staff. Before coming to York, he spent parts of two seasons with Toronto FC, appearing in 17 games, and represented Canada on the senior men’s national team. He also spent one season at Winthrop University, where he was voted team MVP as a freshman and was a first-team all-conference award recipient.
After graduating with a bachelor of arts degree from Maryland, he turned professional and played four seasons with the Toronto Italia Soccer Club in the National Soccer League (NSL). In his first season with the club he was named goalkeeper of the year and he also received Canadian all-star status three times. He also played pro in the A-league, winning a league title in 1997 with Milwaukee and earning all-star honours and the playoff MVP award. Isacco was the goalkeeper coach for Toronto FC in their inaugural MLS season.
ANDREA LOMBARDO ASSISTANT COACH Andrea Lombardo joined the Lions coaching staff in 2017, returning to a program where he spent parts of two seasons as a player. He was also a long-time employee at York as a student recruitment officer in the admissions office. Lombardo enjoyed a successful playing career at a number of different levels prior to coming to York. He began his professional career in Italy and then joined Toronto FC for their inaugural MLS season in 2007 and spent two seasons there.
CIS COACHING RECORD YEAR TEAM
PLAYOFFS OUA FINISH
2005 Toronto 2006 Toronto 2007 York 2008 York 2009 York 2010 York 2011 York 2012 York 2013 York 2014 York 2015 York 2016 York 2017 York TOTALS
11-3-2 11-6-3 15-3-2 11-5-1 9-3-3 17-3-2 14-2-3 16-1-2 17-4-1 20-0-2 19-1-2 17-3-2 16-2-1 193-36-26
7-1-2 8-3-3 11-1-2 9-4-1 9-2-3 12-2-2 12-1-3 14-0-2 13-2-1 14-0-2 13-1-2 14-0-2 13-2-1 133-19-26
4-2 3-3 4-2 5-1 0-1 5-1 2-1 2-1 4-2 6-0 6-0 3-3 3-0 47-17
Silver 7th 4th Champion
Silver Silver Champion Silver Quarter-finals Silver Bronze Bronze Champion Champion Champion Silver Champion
MATTHEW ARNONE ASSISTANT COACH Matt Arnone finished his five-year playing career with the Lions in 2016 and joined the coaching staff soon after. While with the program, he was a top defender for a squad that one three OUA championships and two national titles. He also earned OUA West second-team all-star honours in his final season and was awarded the Charles Saundercook Memorial Trophy for exemplifying the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and enthusiasm for life. Arnone previously spent time with Toronto FC’s Academy team and signed a contract with the North Carolina FC U23 team after finishing with the Lions.viously spent time with Toronto FC’s Academy team and signed a contract with the North Carolina FC U23 team after finishing with the Lions.
4th Champion Champion 6th
GERALD PENNANT GOALKEEPER COACH
Gerald Pennant joined the Lions coaching staff as the goalkeeper coach in 2010, coming to York from Ryerson, where he served in the same role for both the men’s and women’s programs for two years. He has a wealth of experience coaching with the Ontario provincial program and the Jamaican national team. He is a provincial B licensed coach who also holds both an NACAA goalkeeping diploma and the Ontario Soccer Association goalkeeping certificate.
ASSISTANT COACH Luca Forno joined the Lions coaching staff in 2010 after four seasons as a player on the team. He was a captain for three seasons (2007-09), earned the team MVP award in the squad’s OUA title-winning campaign in 2007 and also helped the Lions win the 2008 CIS championship. Forno, who played one season at Francis Marion University in South Carolina before coming to York, graduated with a degree in administrative studies. He is also a coach with the Vaughan Soccer Club and works for Toronto FC on game days.
ENZO PAEZ – ASSISTANT COACH BENJAMIN INTARAKOSIT – HEAD STUDENT THERAPIST LUKE BUTTERY – FITNESS COACH MANON MELANSON – ASSISTANT STUDENT THERAPIST
LIONS IN KAMLOOPS TO PLAY FOR THIRD NATIONAL TITLE IN FOUR YEARS The York University Lions menâ€™s soccer team is in the hunt for its third national title in four seasons this weekend as the U SPORTS championships kick off at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C., on Thursday.
as Dylan Carreiro scored just before the end of the first half and Cicchillo added another in the second in a 2-0 win over Carleton. For the fourth year in a row, the Lions allowed the fewest goals in the OUA West, giving up just 11 in 16 regular-season games, and they also scored more goals than the rest of the teams with 50. Leading the way was OUA West most valuable player and first-team all-star Cristian Cavallini with 15 goals in 12 games.
The eight-team tournament runs until Sunday, with the gold-medal final set for 2pm PT (5pm ET) at Hillside Stadium. All 11 games will be webcast on usports.live.
Their opponent is a team that only joined Canada West four years ago. The WolfPack went a program-best 6-3-6 in the regular season and qualified for the playoffs for the first time, where they defeated the Saskatchewan Huskies 5-1 en route to a Final Four appearance and a Canada West bronze medal.
The Lions are competing at the national tournament for the fifth straight year and are in search of their third title in that stretch and fifth overall since head coach Carmine Isacco took over the reins in 2007. After winning back-to-back banners in 2014 and 2015, they were knocked out in the quarter-finals last year by the eventual champion Alberta Golden Bears and finished in sixth place.
In addition to the Lions, two other participating teams have previously hoisted the Sam Davidson Memorial Trophy. UBC leads the way with 13 championships, including back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013, and UNB captured their lone banner in 1980.
After capturing their fifth OUA championship in the last 11 years this past weekend on home turf, the Lions enter the national tournament as the top seed from their conference and will begin the title hunt in the third quarter-final on Thursday at 5:30pm PT (8:30pm ET) against the host Thompson Rivers WolfPack.
The winner of Thursdayâ€™s quarter-final will advance to the championship semifinal on Friday night at 7:30pm PT (10:30pm ET) against either the AUS champion Cape Breton Capers or the RSEQ finalist UQAM Citadins, while the loser will fall to the consolation side of the draw and will play again on Friday at 1:30pm PT (4:30pm ET).
After an uncharacteristically slow start to the season in which they lost two of their first three games, the Lions went undefeated the rest of the way to finish atop the OUA West Division for the 11th straight year. They needed a pair of thrilling victories to qualify for the national championship, getting an 86th-minute goal from Joey Cicchillo to defeat Western 2-1 in the quarter-finals, and then a penalty kicks victory over Ryerson in the semifinals that was only possible because surprise hero Omar Marzouk scored the tying goal with just seconds left in injury time to extend the game. The OUA final was much more clinical
The other quarter-final match-ups will see the Canada West champion Thunderbirds face the AUS finalist Varsity Reds, and the RSEQ champion Montreal Carabins take on the Ravens
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M • 5’10 • 160 • 2nd Year
M • 6’0 • 165 • 2nd Year
Criminology Brampton, Ont. Simcoe Academy
Kinesiology & Health Science Mississauga, Ont. St. Marcellinus S.S.
• Appeared in 15 games and started one in the midfield • Scored one goal, the game winner in the season finale against Windsor for the first of his career • A dynamic, creative player who is capable of creating scoring chances out of nothing
FAY-zul • Appeared in 15 games and started one in the midfield • Scored one goal, the game winner in the season finale against Windsor for the first of his career • A dynamic, creative player who is capable of creating scoring chances out of nothing
GK • 6’1 • 185 • 1st Year
F • 6’4 • 187 • 2nd Year
Criminology Richmond Hill, Ont. Jean Vanier C.H.S.
Business & Society Oakville, Ont. Abbey Park H.S.
• Started 15 games, tying for ninth in OUA scoring with eight goals and added three assists • Tied for second in the OUA in four game-winning goals (four) and fourth in shots (42) • Last year, tied for OUA lead with four goals in three playoff games, including the lone goal in the OUA semifinal win over Toronto that qualified the team for the U SPORTS championships • A strong goal scorer who is a powerful runner and has an eye for the goal • Spent multiple seasons playing professionally in the U19 Serbian Superliga
• Started seven games in rookie season, recording perfect 7-0 record with five cleansheets • Led the OUA in goals against average (0.43) and save percentage (.893) • An athletic goalkeeper with a strong presence in the net • Won the gold medal at the Canada Summer Games in 2017 with Team Ontario and a silver medal at the Ontario Summer Games in 2014
M • 5’8 • 155 • 2nd Year
M • 6’1 • 170 • 2nd Year
Business & Society Brampton, Ont. Bill Crothers S.S.
Liberal Arts & Professional Studies Woodbridge, Ont. Holy Cross C.A.
• OUA West most valuable player and first-team all-star • OUA West rookie of the year and firstteam all-star last year • Ranked second in the OUA with 15 goals and scored three game winners, including one each against rivals Guelph and McMasters • Ranked eighth in the OUA in total shots (37) and fifth in shots on goal (27) • Is very technical and reads the game brilliantly • Won the U18 Ontario Cup with the Clarkson Comets • Has trained with professional clubs in Uruguay and Italy
• OUA West second-team all-star • Started 14 games and tied for 11th in OUA scoring with seven goals • Scored both game winners at the OUA Final Four Championships, the final penalty kicks goal against Ryerson and the first goal against Carleton • Spent two seasons each with the Dundee Football Club in the Scottish Premiership League and the Queen’s Park Rangers in the England Premier League • Named Canada’s U20 male player of the year in 2013 • Won a silver medal with Canada at the 2011 CONCACAF U17 championship in Jamaica
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S • 5’6 • 145 • 5th Year
GK • 5’9 • 170 • 4th Year
Kinesiology & Health Science North York, Ont. Chaminade College School
Business & Society Mississauga, Ont. Father Michael Goetz S.S.
• Started three games and earned one win while allowing four goals and making six saves • Earned a cleansheet in the 2014 OUA final, the first playoff start of his career • Won bronze medal with Team Ontario at 2013 Canada Summer Games • Technically sound and agile, with a big presence in the box
• Returned this year after missing all of last season with an injury • Three-time OUA West first-team all-star • Played in all 16 games and started six this year, scoring three goals and three assists • Scored two goals in the playoffs, including the winner against Western in the quarter-finals • In 2014, scored the U SPORTS winning goal and earned a spot on the championship tournament all-star team
M • 6’0 • 175 • 2nd Year
D • 6’2 • 165 • 4th Year
Kinesiology & Health Science Brampton, Ont. St. Marguerite d’Youville S.S.
Business Economics Scarborough, Ont. Birchmount Park C.I.
• Appeared in 11 games in the midfield and had one assist • Spent one season with the Drake University Bulldogs in the NCAA • Is characterized by his physical strength, ability to anticipate and his prowess in bringing the ball up field
• U SPORTS second-team allCanadian last year • Two-time OUA West first-team all-star • Started 15 games at centre back • Named player of the game in U SPORTS championship final in 2015 • Talented defender with good passing skills • Shows composure with the ball at his feet
F • 6’2 • 180 • 3rd Year
D • 6’1 • 185 • 2nd Year
International Studies Paris, France Lycee Francoise Cabrini
Computer Security Maple, Ont. Bill Crothers S.S.
• Appeared in seven games as a reserve striker • Last year, scored the opening goal in the consolation semifinal at the U SPORTS championships • A tall, agile striker with an excellent work rate
• Started all 16 regular-season games at left back and all three in the OUA playoffs • Started two games at the U SPORTS championships last year • Has a high soccer IQ and good vision going forward
SOCCER 2017 STEVE KLOUTSOUNIOTIS
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M • 5’10 • 180 • 2nd Year
M • 5’10 • 175 • 5th Year
Civil Engineering Markham, Ont. Brother Andre C.H.S.
Economics Unionville, Ont. Bill Crothers S.S.
• Started 14 games in the midfield and tied for fifth in team scoring with six points (three goals, three assists) • Last year’s U SPORTS player of the year and OUA male athlete of the year (BLG nominee) • Two-time OUA West most valuable player • Four-time U SPORTS all-Canadian • Five-time OUA West all-star • Two-time U SPORTS tournament all-star • Former U SPORTS and OUA rookie of the year in 2013 • Represented Canada at the 2009 CONCACAF U17 championship in Mexico
• OUA West first-team all-star for the first time • Started all 16 games, leading the OUA with seven assists and tying for 11th in scoring with seven goals • Was also among the conference’s top 10 in shots (37) and shots on goal (21) • A versatile wing player with good vision and tactical awareness
M • 5’11 • 150 • 3rd Year
D • 5’9 • 155 • 5th Year
Hispanic Studies Courtice, Ont. Holy Trinity C.H.S.
Kinesiology & Health Science East York, Ont. Leaside H.S.
• Started 15 games in the midfield, tying for fifth in team scoring (six points) and goals (five) • Has good game vision and strong passing ability • Won back-to-back LOSSA titles and the OFSAA bronze medal with high school team • Participated in the U20 identification camp in 2015
loo-KEY-diz • Appeared in six games and started two in the midfield • Four-time U SPORTS academic all-Canadian • Versatile athlete who provides good link-up play
D • 6’0 • 170 • 1st Year
F • 6’0 • 182 • 1st Year
Business Economics Maple, Ont. St. Joan of Arc C.H.S.
Kinesiology & Health Science North York, Ont. Sir John A. Macdonald C.I.
• Appeared in six games and started one on defence • A technical defender who is consistently calm on the pitch • His versatility can have him play central or at fullback
mar-ZOOK • Appeared in seven games in the regular season • Subbed into the OUA semifinal in the 79th minute and scored the tying goal, the first of his career, with seconds remaining in injury time to send it to overtime • A striker with raw talent and incredible pace and intuition
THE PLAYERS 18
M • 5’11 • 170 • 1st Year
GK • 6’0 • 195 • 4th Year
Kinesiology & Health Science Toronto, Ont. St. Basil The Great College School
Liberal Arts & Professional Studies Brampton, Ont.
• Appeared in 13 games and started two in the midfield … Scored one goal, the first of his career against Algoma and also had one assist that game • A central midfielder with a great work rate who is strong on the ball • Can penetrate on the dribble or with a pass
• Started six games in the regular season and all three in the OUA playoffs • Spent two years with Toronto FC in MLS and also played in the USL • Represented Canada on the senior national team at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup and in Olympic qualifying • Scored a goal as the goalkeeper at the 2011 FIFA U17 World Cup • Won a silver medal with Canada at the 2011 CONCACAF U17 championship in Jamaica
DE VANTE WALKER
D • 6’0 • 165 • 3rd Year
D • 5’9 • 163 • 5th Year
Accounting Maple, Ont. St. Joan of Arc C.H.S. / DePaul University
Kinesiology & Health Science Brampton, Ont. St. Marguerite d’Youville S.S. / King University
• OUA West first-team all-star for the first time • Started all 16 games at right back and recorded two assists • An extremely athletic player who can play midfield or defence • Spent one season at King University in the NCAA and started 14 games
• Started 14 games on defence and all three in the OUA playoffs • A very good one-on-one defender who breaks lines well with his vision of passing • Spent one season at DePaul University, appearing in 15 games as a rookie and becoming one of their top reserves
SCHEDULE / RESULTS
2017 REGULAR SEASON GAME-BY-GAME-RESULTS DATE
Aug. 25 Aug. 26 Aug. 30 Sept. 3 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 14 Oct. 15 Oct. 21
Western Windsor Guelph Laurier McMaster Laurier Brock Guelph Waterloo Waterloo Western McMaster Brock Algoma Algoma Windsor
L 1-0 W 2-0 L 2-1 W 4-0 W 5-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 4-3 T 1-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 6-0 W 8-0 W 2-1
Beader (2) Kloutsouniotis (3) Cavallini (3), Carreiro Cavallini (2), Beader, Lao, Carreiro Kloutsouniotis (3) Carreiro, Lao, Lay Cavallini Cavallini (3), Carreiro Lay (2), Kloutsouniotis, Carreiro Carreiro Cavallini, Lay, Carreiro Beader, Cavallini, Cicchillo Beader (3), Cavallini, Cicchillo, Parda Cavallini (3), Kloutsouniotis (2), Beader, Cicchillo, Lay Lao, Anton
FINAL REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 13-2-1
2017 OUA PLAYOFFS DATE
# Oct. 29 + Nov. 3 * Nov. 4
Western Ryerson Carleton
W 2-1 Lao, Cicchillo W 1-1 (5-4 PKs) Marzouk W 2-0 Carreiro, Cicchillo
# OUA QUARTER-FINAL + OUA SEMIFINAL * OUA GOLD MEDAL FINAL OUA PLAYOFF RECORD: 3-0
2017 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS
Cristian Cavallini Steve Kloutsouniotis Milan Beader Dylan Carreiro Eddie Lay Joey Cicchillo Jonathan Lao Sergiu Anton Adam Parda De Vante Walker Andre Dyer Francesco Sinopoli
12 16 15 14 15 16 16 15 13 16 11 14
0 7 3 1 1 3 3 2 1 2 1 1
15 14 11 8 6 6 6 3 2 2 1 1
Joey Cicchillo Dylan Carreiro Omar Marzouk Cristian Cavallini Jonathan Lao
3 3 3 3 3
0 0 0 1 1
2 1 1 1 1
15 7 8 7 5 3 3 1 1 0 0 0
3 1 4 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
GP GA AVERAGE SHUTOUT(S) W-L-T
Quillan Roberts Mike Argyrides Andrew Dâ€™Souza
6 8 3
4 3 4
0.70 0.43 1.33
3 5 0
5-0-1 7-0-0 1-2-0
2 1 1 0 0
1 1 0 0 0
GP GA AVERAGE SHUTOUT(S) W-L-T
HISTORY REGULAR SEASON RECORDS YEAR
2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972
13-2-1 14-0-2 13-1-2 14-0-2 13-2-1 14-0-2 12-1-3 12-2-2 9-2-3 9-4-1 11-1-2 6-6-2 5-2-3 4-2-4 3-5-2 3-4-4 6-4-2 7-5-0 No records available 9-2-3 6-3-3 5-6-1 3-7-2 2-9-1 4-7-1 3-6-1 8-4-0 5-3-4 5-5-1 6-3-3 3-7-1 5-3-4 4-7-1 3-5-4 4-6-0 3-5-2 2-4-4 5-2-2 4-3-2 7-0-2 4-6-0 4-6-0 5-0-1 9-0-1 6-0-1
OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (1st place) OUA West (3rd place) OUA North (2nd Place) OUA North (2nd place) OUA North (3rd place) OUA North (3rd place) OUA Central/North (3rd place) OUA Central/North (3rd place)
OUA Gold OUA Silver CIS Gold, OUA Gold CIS Gold, OUA Gold OUA Gold OUA Bronze OUA Bronze CIS Gold, OUA Silver CIS Gold, OUA Silver OUA Gold
OUA East (3rd place) OUA East (4th place) OUAA East (5th place) OUAA East (6th place) OUAA East (7th place) OUAA East (5th place) OUAA East (5th place) OUAA East (3rd place) OUAA East (3rd place) OUAA East (5th place) OUAA East (4th place) OUAA East (5th place) OUAA East (3rd place) OUAA East (4th place) OUAA East (4th place) OUAA East (4th place) OUAA (7th place) OUAA (9th place) OUAA (4th place) OUAA (6th place) OUAA (1st place) OUAA (8th place) OUAA (8th place) OUAA East (1st place) OUAA East (1st place) OUAA East (1st place)
U SPORTS AWARDS U SPORTS MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year Jonathan Lao Francesco Bruno
Rookie of the Year Jonathan Lao Moreno Alberti Jamaal Smith
2013 2007 2006
Coach of the Year Carmine Isacco Carmine Isacco Eric Willis
2014 2007 1997
Most Valuable Player of the Championship Michael Cox Henry Moody Adrian Pena Gerard Ladiyou
U SPORTS FIRST-TEAM ALL-CANADIANS
U SPORTS SECOND-TEAM ALL-CANADIANS
U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS
2016 Jonathan Lao
2016 Daniel Gogarty
2016 Ryan Telfer
2015 Jonathan Lao
2015 Tyrone Downes
2014 Casey D’Mello Jarek Whiteman
2014 Jonathan Lao
2015 Michael Cox Tyrone Downes Dena Iezady Jonathan Lao Colm Vance
2013 Jonathan Lao 2012 Branko Majstorovic Adrian Pena
2015 2014 2010 2008
2010 Adrian Pena
2013 Casey D’Mello Mark-Anthony Kaye Sotiri Varlokostas 2012 Charlie Trafford 2011 Alon Badat Adrian Pena
2009 Francesco Bruno
2010 Jamaal Smith
2008 Francesco Bruno Gerard Ladiyou
2009 Franco Ruscetta
2007 Francesco Bruno
2007 Moreno Alberti
2004 Paul Circo
2005 Eugene Ishchak Joseph Cosentino
2000 Luke Bakun
2003 Paul Curcio
1998 Irvin Studin
1999 Tino Brelak
1990 Tony Pignatiello
1998 Luciano Miranda
1980 Glen McNamara
1997 Steve Kozovski Irvin Studin
1978 Mike Burke
1991 Domenic Giorgi
2014 Joey Cicchillo Casey D’Mello Jonathan Lao Henry Moody Matt Stinson 2013 Casey D’Mello Jonathan Lao 2010 Dominic Antonini Alon Badat Luigi Caruso Gerard Ladiyou Adrian Pena 2008 Francesco Bruno Gerard Ladiyou Phillip Rivers Douglas Sereti 2007 Francesco Bruno Gerard Ladiyou Jamaal Smith 1997 Michael D’Angelo Steve Kozovski
HISTORY OUA AWARDS OUA MAJOR AWARDS
OUA FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS
West Player of the Year Cristian Cavallini 2017 Jonathan Lao 2016 Jarek Whiteman 2014 Jonathan Lao 2013 Adrian Pena 2012 Adrian Pena 2010 Francesco Bruno 2009 Francesco Bruno 2008
2017 Cristian Cavallini Daniel Gogarty Steve Kloutsouniotis De Vante Walker
2011 Alon Badat Luigi Oliverio Ilya Orlov Adrian Pena
2016 Cristian Cavallini Daniel Gogarty Dena Iezady Jonathan Lao
2010 Moreno Alberti Dominic Antonini Ilya Orlov Adrian Pena Jamaal Smith
West Rookie of the Year Cristian Cavallini 2016 Jonathan Lao 2013 Mark-Anthony Kaye 2012 Alon Badat 2010 Moreno Alberti 2007 Jamaal Smith 2006 Greg Zatulovsky 2005 Michael Bianchi 2004 Paul Curcio 2000 Anthony DiIorio 1999 Ryan Lam 1998 Coach of the Year Carmine Isacco Carmine Isacco Carmine Isacco Carmine Isacco Carmine Isacco Carmine Isacco Paul James Eric Willis Eric Willis
2016 2014 2013 2012 2010 2007 2005 1997 1990
Community Service Award Tyrone Downes 2014
2015 Joey Cicchillo Michael Cox Tyrone Downes Jonathan Lao Colm Vance Jarek Whiteman
2009 Francesco Bruno Alim Karim Phil Rivers Franco Ruscetta 2008 Francesco Bruno Alim Karim Gerard Ladiyou Adrian Pena Franco Ruscetta
2014 Joey Cicchillo Casey D’Mello Daniel Fabrizi Jonathan Lao Jarek Whiteman
2007 Moreno Alberti Francesco Bruno Jamaal Smith
2013 Joey Cicchillo Casey D’Mello Mark-Anthony Kaye Jonathan Lao Sotiri Varlokostas 2012 Arthur Casupanan Branko Majstorovic Adrian Pena Charlie Trafford Sotiri Varlokostas
1991 2004 Matthew Balkanloo Domenic Giorgi Franco LoFranco Paul Curcio Hunter Madeley 2003 1990 Paul Curcio Hunter Madeley 2001 Tony Pignatiello Paul Curcio Ryan Lam 1989 Dario Gasparotto 2000 Dino Lopez Luke Bakun Mike Mazza Paul Curcio Ryan Lam 1988 Daniel Gasparotto 1999 Tino Brelak 1987 Luciano Miranda Mauro Ongaro Ross Sortino 1998 Luciano Miranda Irvin Studin 1997 Steve Kozovski Irvin Studin 1996 Irvin Studin
2006 Gavin D’Mello Douglas Sereti Jamaal Smith 2005 Michael Bianchi Joseph Cosentino Eugene Ischak Greg Zatulovsky
1995 Andrew Czalij
2001 Bobby Smyrniotis
1992 Kevin Grief
1985 Hunter Madeley 1984 Bill Mackrell Frank Lippa 1981 Glen McNamara 1980 Glen McNamara 1978 Mike Burke 1977 Mike Burke, Aldo D’Alfonso, Mac Musaby
OUA SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS 2017 Dylan Carreiro Jonathan Lao 2016 Matt Arnone Ryan Telfer 2014 Matt Stinson
2013 Carlos Nogueira
2008 Jarek Whiteman
2011 Charles Trafford Sotiri Varlokostas
2007 Franco Ruscetta
2010 Alon Badat
2004 Michael Bianchi 2003 Michael Cipriani
2006 David Nogaro
2002 Paul Curcio
2005 Chistopher Crissy
2000 Kevin Griffith 1999 Kevin Griffith
1998 Tino Brelak Jason Bresler 1981 Paul Berkhuysen 1980 Paul Berkhuysen