2013-14 OCAA ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

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March 25, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Mark Dugas, Sault, Men's Curling

Sault fourth-year curler Mark Dugas (Sault Ste. Marie) was named the championship all-star lead at nationals, following up on his first-team all-star recognition at provincials. The Sault Cougars won their first-ever national medal in curling, taking bronze on home ice.

OVERALL MALE: Josh Elgeti, Redeemer, Men's Indoor Soccer

Redeemer's Josh Elgeti (Peterborough) was named most valuable player at the OCAA Men's Indoor Soccer Championship, leading the Royals to their first provincial championship since 2008. The Cinderella Royals needed two overtime victories in the playoffs to claim the title.

OVERALL FEMALE: Hilda Chmait, Seneca, Women's Indoor Soccer

Hilda Chmait (Mississauga) was named most valuable player at the OCAA Women's Indoor Soccer Championship, leading Seneca to its first-ever provincial title. Chmait has earned championship awards in consecutive seasons, being named an all-star last year.

OVERALL FEMALE: Sarah Jagger, Humber, Women's Curling

Humber first-year curler Sarah Jagger (Toronto) continued her successful debut season on the ice, being named the championship all-star second at nationals. Jagger was also named a first-team all-star at provincials. Humber's silver medal was its first ever at nationals.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Ajahmo Clarke, Durham

Third-year guard Ajahmo Clarke (Ajax) shined on home court, scoring 12 points in spectacular fashion to lead Team East to a 97-96 win over Team East at the annual OCAA all-star game. The East first-team all-star was named player of the game for his efforts.

MALE: Matt Fennell, Mohawk

Fourth-year guard Matt Fennell (London) was named West player of the game in a 97-96 loss to Team East at the annual OCAA all-star game. The all-Canadian and OCAA West scoring champion scored 16 points, a dozen of which came from behind the three-point line.

FEMALE: Shannon Kennedy, St. Clair

OCAA rookie of the year Shannon Kennedy (Windsor) was named West player of the game in a 72-66 loss to Team East at the annual OCAA all-star game. Kennedy scored 11 points in defeat. Despite her rookie status, Kennedy was named an OCAA West first-team all-star.

FEMALE: Lacey Knox, St. Lawrence-Kingston

Two-time OCAA player of the year Lacey Knox (Kingston) was named East player of the game in a 72-66 win over Team East at the annual OCAA all-star game. Knox scored a dozen points in the victory. The two-time all-Canadian is also a two-time OCAA scoring champion.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Josh Lynch, St. Clair

Fourth-year setter Josh Lynch (Windsor) took home West player of the game honours in a 4-1 win over Team East at the annual OCAA all-star game. Lynch was rewarded for his regular season play with St. Clair being named an OCAA West first-team all-star for the first time.

MALE: Riley McAllister, Durham

Fifth-year setter Riley McAllister (Whitby) made his final match on home court a memorable one, earning East player of the game honours in a 4-1 loss to Team West. McAllister enjoyed a stellar career as a Durham Lord, twice named an East first-team all-star.

FEMALE: Jaime Fryer, Trent

First-year left side Jaime Fryer (Pickering) was named East player of the game in a 3-2 loss to Team West at the annual OCAA all-star game. It caps a terrific debut season for Fryer, being named East rookie of the year, a second-team all-star and all-rookie team member.

FEMALE: Kaitlyn Kelly, Fanshawe

Third-year left side Kaitlyn Kelly (London) followed up her championship all-star performance with a nod as West player of the game in a 3-2 win over Team East at the annual all-star game. Kelly was also named a West first-team all-star during the regular season.

March 18, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Dylan Periana, Sheridan, Men's Basketball

Third-year point guard Dylan Periana (Brampton) was named a first-team all-star at nationals. He was Sheridan's player of the game in a semi-final loss to Red Deer, scoring a game-high 28 points. Periana scored 72 points in four games, scoring 18 points or more three times.

OVERALL FEMALE: Kim Cupid, Algonquin, Women's Basketball

Third-year guard Kim Cupid (Guelph) was twice named player of the game and a first-team all-star at nationals. Cupid contributed 48 points in four games, hitting double figures three times. Algonquin placed fourth at the tournament. Cupid was also a championship all-star at provincials.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Dylan Periana, Sheridan

Third-year point guard Dylan Periana (Brampton) was named a first-team all-star at nationals. He was Sheridan's player of the game in a semi-final loss to Red Deer, scoring a game-high 28 points. Periana scored 72 points in four games, scoring 18 points or more three times.

FEMALE: Kim Cupid, Algonquin

Third-year guard Kim Cupid (Guelph) was twice named player of the game and a first-team all-star at nationals. Cupid contributed 48 points in four games, hitting double figures three times. Algonquin placed fourth at the tournament. Cupid was also a championship all-star at provincials.

March 11, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Terrel Bramwell, Humber, Men's Volleyball

Fourth-year left side Terrel Bramwell (Toronto) was named a championship first-team all-star at nationals. Bramwell was twice named player of the game, including a five-set victory over OCAA champion Mohawk in which he tallied 27 kills, three aces, 11 digs and two blocks.

OVERALL FEMALE: Lindsay Ballance, Seneca, Women's Volleyball

Second-year left side Lindsay Ballance (Napanee) was named a championship second-team all-star at nationals. She was named player of the game in Seneca's opening day loss. Then in a four-set win over OCAA champion Humber, Ballance led all Sting players with 14 points.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Terrel Bramwell, Humber

Fourth-year left side Terrel Bramwell (Toronto) was named a championship first-team all-star at nationals. Bramwell was twice named player of the game, including a five-set victory over OCAA champion Mohawk in which he tallied 27 kills, three aces, 11 digs and two blocks.

FEMALE: Lindsay Ballance, Seneca

Second-year left side Lindsay Ballance (Napanee) was named a championship second-team all-star at nationals. She was named player of the game in Seneca's opening day loss. Then in a four-set win over OCAA champion Humber, Ballance led all Sting players with 14 points.

March 4, 2014

OVERALL: Sandre Bascoe, Algonquin, Women's Basketball

Fifth-year forward Sandre Bascoe (Ottawa) earned her third career OCAA championship MVP award, leading Algonquin to a fourth consecutive provincial title. She was one rebound shy of three double-doubles in three games, and led her teammates with 47 total points.

OVERALL: Victoria Hall/Kimloung Lim, Mohawk, Women's Badminton

Mohawk College's women's doubles team of Victoria Hall (Brantford) and Kimloung Lim (Cambodia) earned national silver medals. The duo took host NAIT to three sets in the final before losing 21-12, 19-21, 21-10. Hall and Lim had a perfect record through the semi-finals, dropping just one set.

OVERALL: Andrew Lau/Tracy Wong, Humber, Mixed Badminton

Humber College's mixed doubles team of Andrew Lau (Markham) and Tracy Wong (Richmond Hill) earned national silver medals, dropping the championship final in two sets (21-17, 21-16) to Lanagara College. Lau and Wong were perfect up until this point with a 5-0 record in the preliminary round and a straight sets victory in the semi-final.  

OVERALL: Michael Selkridge, Sheridan, Men's Basketball

Third-year forward Michael Selkridge (Brampton) was named the OCAA championship MVP, leading Sheridan to back-to-back provincial titles on home court. Selkridge was Sheridan's leading scorer in two of its three games, as he totaled 50 points for the tournament.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Michael Selkridge, Sheridan

Third-year forward Michael Selkridge (Brampton) was named the OCAA championship MVP, leading Sheridan to back-to-back provincial titles on home court. Selkridge was Sheridan's leading scorer in two of its three games, as he totaled 50 points for the tournament.

FEMALE: Sandre Bascoe, Algonquin

Fifth-year forward Sandre Bascoe (Ottawa) earned her third career OCAA championship MVP award, leading Algonquin to a fourth consecutive provincial title. She was one rebound shy of three double-doubles in three games, and led her teammates with 47 total points.

February 25, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Terrel Bramwell, Humber, Men's Volleyball

The OCAA championship MVP accumulated 53 kills, five blocks and four service aces for 62 points in three matches as Humber was awarded the OCAA silver medal. Bramwell (Toronto) struck for 27 kills and 29 points in a five-set loss to OCAA champion Mohawk in the finale.

OVERALL FEMALE: Kelly Nyhof, Humber, Women's Volleyball

The OCAA championship MVP accumulated 56 kills, eight service aces and six blocks for 70 points in three matches as Humber won a seventh straight provincial title. Prior to the tournament, Nyhof (Georgetown) was named OCAA player of the year for the third consecutive season.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Chavaun Miller-Bennett, Fanshawe

Second-year forward Chavaun Miller-Bennett (London) shot 63.6 per cent from the field for 24 points as Fanshawe clipped Centennial 85-80 on the road in its OCAA qualifier. Miller-Bennett was 3-of-5 in three-point shooting, and 7-of-10 from the charity stripe.

FEMALE: Nicolle Gaudet, St. Lawrence-Kingston

First-year forward Nicolle Gaudet (Kingston) scored both a season and game-high 28 points to lead St. Lawrence-Kingston to a 73-63 win over Niagara and a return trip to the OCAA championship. Gaudet shot 11-of-15 from the field, including a perfect 5-of-5 beyond the three-point arc.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Terrel Bramwell, Humber

The OCAA championship MVP accumulated 53 kills, five blocks and four service aces for 62 points in three matches as Humber was awarded the OCAA silver medal. Bramwell (Toronto) struck for 27 kills and 29 points in a five-set loss to OCAA champion Mohawk in the finale.

FEMALE: Kelly Nyhof, Humber

The OCAA championship MVP accumulated 56 kills, eight service aces and six blocks for 70 points in three matches as Humber won a seventh straight provincial title. Prior to the tournament, Nyhof (Georgetown) was named OCAA player of the year for the third consecutive season.

February 19, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Vadim Halimov, George Brown, Men's Basketball

Fifth-year forward Vadim Halimov (Uzbekistan) became the OCAA points king in men's basketball, pouring in 46 points in George Brown's 95-94 win at Seneca. Halimov surpassed Anthony Batchelor's career record of 1,833 points, and Marv Snowden's single season record of 582.

OVERALL FEMALE: Stephanie Hoey, Conestoga, Women's Volleyball

Second-year middle Stephanie Hoey (Brampton) produced team highs with 15 kills and 18 points in Conestoga's five-set playoff victory over Canadore. She also earned three service aces in the win. The Condors move on to provincials, hosted by Durham College Feb. 20-22.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Vadim Halimov, George Brown

Fifth-year forward Vadim Halimov (Uzbekistan) became the OCAA points king in men's basketball, pouring in 46 points in George Brown's 95-94 win at Seneca. Halimov surpassed Anthony Batchelor's career record of 1,833 points, and Marv Snowden's single season record of 582.

FEMALE: Sharika Smith, Seneca

Third-year guard Sharika Smith (Mississauga) scored a team-high 15 points in Seneca's narrow 56-55 win over crosstown rival George Brown. She also contributed four rebounds, one assist and one steal. Smith and the Sting now await the OCAA crossovers for a chance at provincials.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: D'Artaniel Jackman, George Brown

First-year middle D'Artaniel Jackman (Toronto) totaled seven blocks to go along with a dozen kills in George Brown's 3-1 win over defending OCAA bronze medalist Redeemer. Jackman's season high 19 points was also a game-high. The Huskies move on to provincials at Georgian College Feb. 20-22.

FEMALE: Stephanie Hoey, Conestoga

Second-year middle Stephanie Hoey (Brampton) produced team highs with 15 kills and 18 points in Conestoga's five-set playoff victory over Canadore. She also earned three service aces in the win. The Condors move on to provincials, hosted by Durham College Feb. 20-22.

February 11, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Tyler Cameron, Cambrian, Badminton and Men's Basketball

Tyler Cameron (Sturgeon Falls) is going to provincials, but on a different court. Cameron teamed with partner Hans Agnihotri to win the men's doubles crown at OCAA badminton regionals, then scored a dozen points while grabbing six rebounds in Cambrian's 72-57 basketball win against Niagara.

OVERALL FEMALE: Emily Gilbert, Durham, Women's Volleyball

Emily Gilbert (Whitby, Ont.) had a strong week playing three games in three days. She earned three kills, eight aces and 11 digs at home against Georgian, then continued her strong play in Ottawa at Algonquin and La Cite, combining for seven kills, five digs, three aces and one block.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Tyler Cameron, Cambrian

Tyler Cameron (Sturgeon Falls) is going to provincials, but on a different court. Cameron teamed with partner Hans Agnihotri to win the men's doubles crown at OCAA badminton regionals, then scored a dozen points while grabbing six rebounds in Cambrian's 72-57 basketball win against Niagara.

FEMALE: Stefanie Hrymak, Mohawk

Stefanie Hrymak (Hamilton) did her part trying to keep Mohawk's seven game win streak alive, scoring 22 points while grabbing eight rebounds against Sheridan. She also contributed four assists and two steals. Although Mohawk went on to lose 77-72, it is peaking at the right time.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Andrew Kretz, Trent

After beginning the season 1-11, Trent has reeled off four straight victories. First-year outside hitter Andrew Kretz (St. Catharines) has been a key contributer with a season-high 21 points in each of his last three games. His 20 kills against crosstown rival Fleming was also a season-high.

FEMALE: Emily Gilbert, Durham

Emily Gilbert (Whitby, Ont.) had a strong week playing three games in three days. She earned three kills, eight aces and 11 digs at home against Georgian, then continued her strong play in Ottawa at Algonquin and La Cite, combining for seven kills, five digs, three aces and one block.

February 4, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Trevor McLaughlin, Mohawk, Men's Volleyball

Second-year outside hitter Trevor McLaughlin (Kitchener) led Mohawk to a pair of key victories. First, McLaughlin had a game-high 19 kills in a five-set win at St. Clair. Less than 24 hours later, McLaughlin contributed 20 kills along with two aces and one block in a 3-1 win at Fanshawe.

OVERALL FEMALE: Curtiss Straatsma, Redeemer, Women's Volleyball

Third-year right side Curtiss Straatsma (Brampton) contributed a season-high seven blocks in Redeemer's 3-1 win at Niagara. She also earned eight kills and three service aces for a total of 18 points. At 11-4, the Royals are on track for their best regular season record ever.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Ryan Christie, Niagara

It has been a challenging campaign, but Niagara finally celebrated its first two victories on home court. Ryan Christie (Hamilton) scored 20 points while grabbing 17 rebounds in a 77-58 win over Lambton. He followed this up with a 12-point, 18-rebound effort in a 76-73 win over St. Clair.

FEMALE: Ali Vlasman, Fanshawe

First-year player Ali Vlasman (Ingersoll) scored a dozen points while adding seven rebounds, five assists and two steals in Fanshawe's 67-46 win over Redeemer. With Fanshawe leading by three late in the third quarter, Vlasman scored six straight points to put the game out of reach.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Trevor McLaughlin, Mohawk

Second-year outside hitter Trevor McLaughlin (Kitchener) led Mohawk to a pair of key victories. First, McLaughlin had a game-high 19 kills in a five-set win at St. Clair. Less than 24 hours later, McLaughlin contributed 20 kills along with two aces and one block in a 3-1 win at Fanshawe.

FEMALE: Curtiss Straatsma, Redeemer

Third-year right side Curtiss Straatsma (Brampton) contributed a season-high seven blocks in Redeemer's 3-1 win at Niagara. She also earned eight kills and three service aces for a total of 18 points. At 11-4, the Royals are on track for their best regular season record ever.

January 28, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Paul Rapos, Durham, Men's Volleyball

Paul Rapos (Oshawa) a fifth year accounting major, played a key role in securing the Lords 11th & 12th straight victories of the season. Rapos recorded nine kills and 11 digs against George Brown followed by an eight kill, seven dig and three block performance against Canadore. The Lords are 13-1 this season and are in first place in the OCAA east region.

OVERALL FEMALE: Arica Price, Redeemer, Women's Basketball

Arica Price (Fort McMurray) played two impressive games this past week resulting in two wins over Cambrian. Price tallied 15 points, five steals and five assists in the first game and followed up in round two with a season high 25 points despite suffering a knee injury in the win.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Derrek Mooney, Algonquin

Derrek Mooney (Ottawa) played a key role in a pair of road victories to help move Algonquin to 15-0 on the season. Mooney started the road trip by draining 29 points to go along with four rebounds and three assists in a win over Seneca. He added another 18 points, seven rebounds and two steals in a win over Georgian.

FEMALE: Arica Price, Redeemer

Arica Price (Fort McMurray) played two impressive games this past week resulting in two wins over Cambrian. Price tallied 15 points, five steals and five assists in the first game and followed up in round two with a season high 25 points despite suffering a knee injury in the win.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Paul Rapos, Durham

Paul Rapos (Oshawa) a fifth year accounting major, played a key role in securing the Lords 11th & 12th straight victories of the season. Rapos recorded nine kills and 11 digs against George Brown followed by an eight kill, seven dig and three block performance against Canadore. The Lords are 13-1 this season and are in first place in the OCAA east region.

FEMALE: Kaitlyn Kelly, Fanshawe

Kaitlyn Kelly (London) played a crucial role in securing two victories for the Fanshawe Falcons as they moved to 12-1 on the season. Kelly came out of the first game with 16 kills, two aces and a block as she pulled Fanshawe to a big win over St. Clair. She contined her week with 16 kills, seven aces, two blocks in a win over Niagara.

January 21, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Jordan Marlowe, Loyalist, Men's Basketball

Second-year guard Jordan Marlowe (Richmond Hill) drained 24 points in Loyalist's important 93-64 win over St. Lawrence. Marlowe shot 9-of-10 from the field, and 4-of-5 from beyond the three-point arc. He also contributed three rebounds, three assists and three steals.

OVERALL FEMALE: Lindsay Ballance, Seneca, Women's Volleyball

Second-year left side Lindsay Ballance (Napanee) had a 26-point effort in Seneca's come-from-behind five-set victory at Canadore on Jan. 18. Ballance totaled 21 kills, three aces and two blocks. After trailing by two sets, Seneca rallied to secure its eighth consecutive win.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Jordan Marlowe, Loyalist

Second-year guard Jordan Marlowe (Richmond Hill) drained 24 points in Loyalist's important 93-64 win over St. Lawrence. Marlowe shot 9-of-10 from the field, and 4-of-5 from beyond the three-point arc. He also contributed three rebounds, three assists and three steals.

FEMALE: Shannon Kennedy, St. Clair

First-year Shannon Kennedy (Windsor) had a 20-20 effort in an 81-70 overtime win at Redeemer. Kennedy contributed 20 points and 20 rebounds, including 19 off the defensive glass. She had a second double double with 11 points and 10 rebounds in a 59-42 win over Fanshawe.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Lyndon Sonego, Georgian

Second-year left side Lyndon Sonego (Barrie) displayed consistency in Peterborough, tallying 14 points in Georgian's victories over Fleming and Trent. Sonego recorded a dozen kills and two blocks in a 3-1 win over Fleming, then 11 kills and three aces in a sweep of Trent.

FEMALE: Lindsay Ballance, Seneca

Second-year left side Lindsay Ballance (Napanee) had a 26-point effort in Seneca's come-from-behind five-set victory at Canadore on Jan. 18. Ballance totaled 21 kills, three aces and two blocks. After trailing by two sets, Seneca rallied to secure its eighth consecutive win.

January 14, 2014

OVERALL MALE: Keith Marier, La Cité, Men's Volleyball

La Cité standout Keith Marier (Ottawa) set the new all-time OCAA records in kills and points in a 3-0 loss at Canadore on Jan. 12. Marier now has 799 career kills and 939 career points with eight matches remaining this season. Marier has one more year of eligibility following this season.

OVERALL FEMALE: Aleena Domingo, Humber, Women's Basketball

Second-year power forward Aleena Domingo (Toronto) has hit double digits in scoring her last seven games, including a recent road trip to the west side of the province. Domingo was 4-of-6 shooting in a 65-48 win over Lambton, and 6-of-8 shooting in a 69-56 win over St. Clair.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Saliym Cadogan, Durham

Saliym Cadogan (Toronto) played a major role in back-to-back Durham victories. Cadogan drained 20 points against George Brown which included two clutch three-pointers in the fourth quarter. He followed that up with 19 points, five rebounds and four assists in an overtime win over Georgian.

FEMALE: Aleena Domingo, Humber

Second-year power forward Aleena Domingo (Toronto) has hit double digits in scoring her last seven games, including a recent road trip to the west side of the province. Domingo was 4-of-6 shooting in a 65-48 win over Lambton, and 6-of-8 shooting in a 69-56 win over St. Clair.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Keith Marier, La Cité

La Cité standout Keith Marier (Ottawa) set the new all-time OCAA records in kills and points in a 3-0 loss at Canadore on Jan. 12. Marier now has 799 career kills and 939 career points with eight matches remaining this season. Marier has one more year of eligibility following this season.

FEMALE: Erin Clancy, Trent

Second-year player Erin Clancy (Woodbridge) was a key component in Trent's straight sets win at George Brown on Jan. 10. Clancy was credited with 33 assists, helping teammates Jaime Fryer (Pickering) and Rebecca Van Staaldvinen (Peterborough) record double digit totals in kills.

December 10, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Josh Butler, Sheridan, Men's Volleyball

Sheridan's Josh Butler (London) recorded 17 kills and five blocks for 22 points in a straight sets win over Conestoga. Butler is averaging 4.2 points per set through the first nine matches of the season. After losing its first six matches, Sheridan has won three straight.

OVERALL FEMALE: Mikayla Brennen, Loyalist, Women's Basketball

First-year forward Mikayla Brennen (Shannonville) recorded her fifth double-double of the season in Loyalist's 42-34 victory over Fleming. Brennen scored a game-high 14 points while leading all players with 16 rebounds. Brennen is sixth in OCAA scoring averaging 18.2 points per game.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Teq Zwarych, Georgian

First-year forward Teq Zwarych (Whitby) scored 16 points while grabbing a team-high 15 rebounds and three steals in Georgian's big 83-82 win over Centennial. Zwarych has posted a double-double in points and rebounds in four straight games and in six of his last seven.

FEMALE: Mikayla Brennen, Loyalist

First-year forward Mikayla Brennen (Shannonville) recorded her fifth double-double of the season in Loyalist's 42-34 victory over Fleming. Brennen scored a game-high 14 points while leading all players with 16 rebounds. Brennen is sixth in OCAA scoring averaging 18.2 points per game.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Josh Butler, Sheridan

Sheridan's Josh Butler (London) recorded 17 kills and five blocks for 22 points in a straight sets win over Conestoga. Butler is averaging 4.2 points per set through the first nine matches of the season. After losing its first six matches, Sheridan has won three straight.

FEMALE: Mallory O'Hara, Conestoga

First-year player Mallory O'Hara (Kitchener) contributed 21 kills and six service aces for 27 points in a pair of December matches. After dropping its first four matches, Conestoga has won five straight to close out the first half, with the last four matches going a maximum five sets.

December 3, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Mike Lucier, Lambton, Men's Basketball

Third-year forward Mike Lucier (Forest) recorded game-highs with 23 points, 11 rebounds and three steals in Lambton's 98-79 win over Niagara. Lucier is averaging 17 points per game. Lambton has won three straight and currently sits in a tie for the final playoff position in the OCAA West.

OVERALL FEMALE: Lauren Kuehni, Canadore, Women's Volleyball

Canadore won twice in Ottawa to conclude the first half of the regular season. First-year setter Lauren Kuehni (North Bay) was key in both wins, running a very disciplined and consistent offence. After no wins in 2012-13, Canadore is in the playoff hunt with a record of 6-3.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Mike Lucier, Lambton

Third-year forward Mike Lucier (Forest) recorded game-highs with 23 points, 11 rebounds and three steals in Lambton's 98-79 win over Niagara. Lucier is averaging 17 points per game. Lambton has won three straight and currently sits in a tie for the final playoff position in the OCAA West.

FEMALE: Sandre Bascoe, Algonquin

Sandre Bascoe (Ottawa) recorded a third straight double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds in Algonquin's 75-44 win over Seneca. Bascoe has hit double digits in scoring in six straight games. Algonquin has not lost an OCAA game since Nov. 5, 2011 (47 games).

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Eric Heidbuurt, Redeemer

In a key West Division showdown, Redeemer defeated St. Clair 3-1. Redeemer's Eric Heidbuurt (Waterdown) came up with his best offensive output of the season with a match-high 21 kills and 26 points. Redeemer (5-3) moved into a four-way tie for third place along with St. Clair.

FEMALE: Lauren Kuehni, Canadore

Canadore won twice in Ottawa to conclude the first half of the regular season. First-year setter Lauren Kuehni (North Bay) was key in both wins, running a very disciplined and consistent offence. After no wins in 2012-13, Canadore is in the playoff hunt with a record of 6-3.

November 26, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Mathieu Poulin, Fanshawe, Men's Volleyball

Fanshawe fifth-year veteran Mathieu Poulin (Winnipeg) came up large in a pair of victories. Poulin had a season-high 24 kills, four blocks and 31 points in a 3-1 win over Redeemer. Poulin followed this up with 14 kills and 15 points in a straight-sets win over Sheridan.

OVERALL FEMALE: Shylanda Saunders, Sheridan, Women's Basketball

Shylanda Saunders (Dartmouth, N.S) was a scoring machine in Sheridan's 58-51 win over previously unbeaten Humber. She was 6-of-11 shooting beyond the arc, and 5-of-6 from the charity stripe. Saunders totaled 35 points, and was one rebound shy of a double-double.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Andrew Cicuttini, Mohawk

Fourth-year forward Andrew Cicuttini (Dundas) earned a double-double in Mohawk's 94-80 win over Humber on Nov. 23. Cicuttini scored a game-high 30 points (tying his season-high total) and contributed a game-high 16 rebounds, including 11 on the defensive side of the court.

FEMALE: Shylanda Saunders, Sheridan

Shylanda Saunders (Dartmouth, N.S) was a scoring machine in Sheridan's 58-51 win over previously unbeaten Humber. She was 6-of-11 shooting beyond the arc, and 5-of-6 from the charity stripe. Saunders totaled 35 points, and was one rebound shy of a double-double.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Mathieu Poulin, Fanshawe

Fanshawe fifth-year veteran Mathieu Poulin (Winnipeg) came up large in a pair of victories. Poulin had a season-high 24 kills, four blocks and 31 points in a 3-1 win over Redeemer. Poulin followed this up with 14 kills and 15 points in a straight-sets win over Sheridan.

FEMALE: Kelly Nyhof, Humber

Two-time reigning OCAA player of the year Kelly Nyhof (Georgetown) of Humber earned a season-high 16 kills, four service aces and 21 points in a key 3-1 road victory at St. Clair. She also contributed a block in the win. Nyhof leads all OCAA players averaging 4.8 points per set.

November 19, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Benoit Jones-Osborne, Humber, Men's Rugby

Benoit Jones-Osborne (Orillia) was named Man of the Match in Humber's 24-16 win over Algonquin in the OCAA championship match. Jones-Osborne was solid defensively for the Hawks as Humber claimed its fourth consecutive provincial title, and its sixth banner in seven seasons.

OVERALL FEMALE: Chanelle Fortin, Algonquin, Women's Rugby

Second-year wing Chanelle Fortin (Arnprior) scored a pair of tries in the second half to lead Algonquin to a come-from-behind 35-21 win over Humber in the OCAA championship match. Fortin was named player of the game as Algonquin celebrated a second straight provincial title.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Henrilo Londole, La Cité

La Cité came up with its first two victories of the season, with Henrilo Londole (Montreal) playing a major role. He earned a double-double with 25 points and 17 rebounds in an 85-75 win at Durham. Londole added another 20 points in a 94-66 win at Fleming.

FEMALE: Kelsey Hare, Durham

Kelsey Hare's double-double helped Durham hand Centennial its first loss of the season. Hare (Whitby) scored 16 points while grabbing 11 defensive rebounds in Durham's 76-51 win. The fifth-year forward also added five assists, three steals and two blocks to her well-rounded effort.

RUGBY

MALE: Benoit Jones-Osborne, Humber

Benoit Jones-Osborne (Orillia) was named Man of the Match in Humber's 24-16 win over Algonquin in the OCAA championship match. Jones-Osborne was solid defensively for the Hawks as Humber claimed its fourth consecutive provincial title, and its sixth banner in seven seasons.

FEMALE: Chanelle Fortin, Algonquin

Second-year wing Chanelle Fortin (Arnprior) scored a pair of tries in the second half to lead Algonquin to a come-from-behind 35-21 win over Humber in the OCAA championship match. Fortin was named player of the game as Algonquin celebrated a second straight provincial title.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Daniel Groenveld, Niagara

Third-year outside hitter Daniel Groenveld (Welland) contributed a season-high 24 kills in Niagara's 3-1 win over Sheridan on Nov. 14. Groenveld also contributed three aces and one block for a match-high 28 points. He currently leads the OCAA averaging 5.4 points per set.

FEMALE: Hannah Campbell, Georgian

Hannah Campbell (Midland) led Georgian to key wins over Seneca and Canadore. She totaled 27 points with 15 kills, six aces and six blocks. All six aces were part of a match-high 16-point effort against Canadore. Georgian has won four straight to move into second place in the East standings.

November 12, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Marco Nunes, Humber, Men's Soccer

With three goals in three matches, Marco Nunes (Brampton) was named championship MVP at nationals. One of his goals came in the gold medal match against Thompson Rivers, won by Humber 2-0. The Hawks claimed their second straight national title.

OVERALL MALE: Clint Smith, Fanshawe, Men's Cross Country

Two-time OCAA champion Clint Smith (Petrolia) fell just under four seconds shy of his ultimate goal, but settled for a third-straight individual silver medal at cross country nationals. Smith ran 8 km in a time of 25:42. Smith is now a four-time individual medalist at both provincials and nationals.

OVERALL FEMALE: Kelly Avalos, Algonquin, Women's Soccer

Fifth-year midfielder Kelly Avalos (Ottawa) added to her awards collection by being named a championship all-star at nationals. Avalos is a two-time all-Canadian, a two-time OCAA player of the year and four-time OCAA all-star. Algonquin finished fourth in the eight-team tournament.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Benn Ibrahim, Redeemer

Redeemer improved to 3-2 on the season following a two-game sweep at home against Sault. Fourth-year forward Benn Ibrahim (Windsor) scored 25 points in a 88-78 win on Nov. 8, then scored 24 points while grabbing 20 rebounds in a 77-65 win on Nov. 9.

FEMALE: Tara Giallonardo, Niagara

Fifth-year guard Tara Giallonardo (Fonthill) was an all-around contributor in Niagara's 70-47 win over Sheridan on Nov. 8. Giallonardo scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to go along with five assists and five steals. Niagara has won four straight to start the regular season.

RUGBY

MALE: John Sheridan, Humber

John Sheridan (Bolton) accomplished a trifecta in Humber's 30-0 semi-final victory over Conestoga. The first-year player scored a try, kicked a convert and booted a penalty kick for a 10-point effort to lead all scorers. Humber hosts Algonquin in a battle of unbeatens for OCAA gold.

FEMALE: Sophie Bulger, Algonquin

First-year centre Sophie Bulger (Cobourg) scored three tries for a match-high 15 points as Algonquin defeated St. Lawrence-Kingston 46-5 in the OCAA semi-finals. With the win, the Thunder remain perfect in 2013 with seven wins. They visit undefeated Humber in the gold medal match.

SOCCER

MALE: Marco Nunes, Humber

With three goals in three matches, Marco Nunes (Brampton) was named championship MVP at nationals. One of his goals came in the gold medal match against Thompson Rivers, won by Humber 2-0. The Hawks claimed their second straight national title.

FEMALE: Kelly Avalos, Algonquin

Fifth-year midfielder Kelly Avalos (Ottawa) added to her awards collection by being named a championship all-star at nationals. Avalos is a two-time all-Canadian, a two-time OCAA player of the year and four-time OCAA all-star. Algonquin finished fourth in the eight-team tournament.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Dan Trudel, Canadore

Fourth-year left side Dan Trudel (North Bay) was a kills machine in home victories against Trent and Fleming. Trudel tallied 42 kills, part of his 50 total offensive points. He also served up five aces in a five sets win over Fleming. Canadore has already matched last year's win total of two.

FEMALE: Rachel Rivers, St. Clair

First-year player Rachel Rivers (Cambridge) is proving to be a valuable addition to the Saints. In two home victories over Boreal and Cambrian, Rivers contributed 30 points, including 26 kills, three aces and a block. St. Clair has won three straight, after winning just four times in 2012-13. 

November 5, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Spencer Sheffield, Trent, Men's Rugby

Spencer Sheffield (Ottawa) scored a pair of second-half tries as Trent battled back from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat Georgian 21-15 in the OCAA crossovers. Sheffield scored three tries during the regular season. Trent advances to its fifth straight OCAA semi-final.

OVERALL FEMALE: Simone Roesink, Fleming, Women's Rugby

Third-year player Simone Roesink (Alma) contributed in multiple ways to Fleming's 56-17 victory over Conestoga in the OCAA crossovers. Roesink scored a try while adding three converts for a total of 11 points. It marked Fleming's first-ever post-season win in women's rugby.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Vadim Halimov, George Brown

Fifth-year forward Vadim Halimov (Uzbekistan) has scored at least 30 points in each of his last three games. Not surprisingly, George Brown is 3-0 in these contests. Halimov also has three double-doubles to his credit, averaging 30.5 points and 10.5 rebounds through four games.

FEMALE: Kadeja Hughes, Centennial

Third-year player Kadeja Hughes (Pickering) earned a triple-double in Centennial's 73-50 win over crosstown rival Seneca. Hughes led all players with 18 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists. She also contributed a steal. Centennial is 2-0 to begin the regular season.

RUGBY

MALE: Spencer Sheffield, Trent

Spencer Sheffield (Ottawa) scored a pair of second-half tries as Trent battled back from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat Georgian 21-15 in the OCAA crossovers. Sheffield scored three tries during the regular season. Trent advances to its fifth straight OCAA semi-final.

FEMALE: Simone Roesink, Fleming

Third-year player Simone Roesink (Alma) contributed in multiple ways to Fleming's 56-17 victory over Conestoga in the OCAA crossovers. Roesink scored a try while adding three converts for a total of 11 points. It marked Fleming's first-ever post-season win in women's rugby.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Patrick Goulet, Algonquin

Algonquin is perfect to start the OCAA season with straight sets victories at home against Seneca and Georgian. Second-year outside hitter Patrick Goulet (Ottawa) hit double-digits in kills in both matches, totaling 25. He was also credited with a block for a grand total of 26 points.

FEMALE: Julie Gagnon, Mohawk

Fourth-year left side Julie Gagnon (Hamilton) was a key contributor in a pair of Mohawk victories. Gagnon earned a match-high 11 kills in Mohawk's 3-0 win over Sheridan on Hallowe'en, then led all players with 15 points on nine kills, four aces and two blocks in a 3-2 win over St. Clair on Nov. 2.

October 29, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Gerardo Magno, Humber, Men's Soccer

Humber second-year midfielder Gerardo Magno (Brampton) was named Championship MVP at provincials. Magno's strong play in two matches (including overtime in the semi-final against Sheridan) helped Humber secure its fourth-straight OCAA championship.

OVERALL MALE: Clint Smith, Fanshawe, Men's Cross Country

Clint Smith (Petrolia) became the eighth student-athlete to successfully defend his men's individual OCAA championship, winning in an 8 km time of 28:04, five seconds ahead of his closest competitor. Smith now has four individual OCAA medals, with two golds and two silvers.

OVERALL FEMALE: Courtney Brohart, St. Lawrence-Kingston, Women's Cross Country

Courtney Brohart (Sarnia) became the second straight runner from St. Lawrence-Kingston to win women's individual cross country gold, finishing the 5 km race in a time of 22:06. It capped off a tremendous season for her provincially, as Brohart won four OCAA races in total.

OVERALL FEMALE: Breanna Humpphreys, Algonquin, Women's Soccer

Breanna Humpphreys (Ottawa) was named Championship MVP at provincials. Algonquin nearly got through two full matches without allowing a goal, thanks in large part to the play of the first-year defender. Algonquin held on to a 2-1 win over Seneca in the gold medal match.

BASKETBALL

MALE: Tarez Hepburn, Canadore

Canadore has two wins to open 2013-14 after winning one all of last season, defeating St. Lawrence-Kingston and Fleming at home. Second-year forward Tarez Hepburn (Bahamas) was a key contributor in both wins with 30 points, 12 rebounds, five steals and three blocks.

FEMALE: Lacey Knox, St. Lawrence-Kingston

Reigning OCAA Player of the Year Lacey Knox (Kingston) is in mid-season form, dropping 40 points in St. Lawrence-Kingston's 78-43 win at Georgian. Knox shot 77 percent (17-of-22) from the field. She also contributed four rebounds, three blocks and two steals.

RUGBY

MALE: Brady Wallsten, Seneca

Second-year forward Brady Wallsten (Newmarket) scored a pair of tries to lead Seneca to a 32-19 victory over Loyalist in the regular season finale for both clubs. It marked Seneca's first win of the season in six tries, as the Sting end 2014 on a positive note.

FEMALE: Morgan Houde-Pearce, Algonquin

First-year player Morgan Houde-Pearce (Trenton) scored three tries while adding two converts for a match-high 19 points to lift Algonquin to a 34-10 win over Fleming. Algonquin completed a perfect regular season in the OCAA East with a 6-0-0 record, earning a bye to the semi-finals.

SOCCER

MALE: Gerardo Magno, Humber

Humber second-year midfielder Gerardo Magno (Brampton) was named Championship MVP at provincials. Magno's strong play in two matches (including overtime in the semi-final against Sheridan) helped Humber secure its fourth-straight OCAA championship.   

FEMALE: Breanna Humpphreys, Algonquin

Breanna Humpphreys (Ottawa) was named Championship MVP at provincials. Algonquin nearly got through two full matches without allowing a goal, thanks in large part to the play of the first-year defender. Algonquin held on to a 2-1 win over Seneca in the gold medal match.

VOLLEYBALL

MALE: Jacob White, Loyalist

It didn't take long for first-year player Jacob White (Brockville) to make a positive impact on his new team. White contributed 37 kills and three blocks for 40 points in a pair of road wins over Georgian and Canadore. Loyalist is 2-0 on top of the OCAA East standings.

FEMALE: Kayde Bailey, Niagara

Second-year player Kayde Bailey (Burlington) had a strong start to the OCAA season, contributing 36 points over two matches as Niagara won six of seven sets in Sudbury over the weekend. Bailey totaled 20 kills, nine service aces and seven blocks in wins over Boreal and Cambrian.

October 22, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Chris Horwood, St. Clair, Men's Baseball

St. Clair outfielder Chris Horwood (Tecumseh) was named Championship MVP at provincials. Horwood led all players in batting and RBI. Named player of the game in St. Clair's opening 20-2 win over George Brown, Horwood hit a home run and two triples for three runs and five RBI.

OVERALL MALE: Colton Kalkanis, Georgian, Men's Golf

Colton Kalkanis (Barrie) made history on the links, becoming the first men's golfer to defend his individual title at nationals. Kalkanis finished the three-round tournament 15 strokes under par. A year ago, Kalkanis became the first men's golfer to win provincials and nationals in the same season.

OVERALL FEMALE: Jessica O'Quinn, Humber, Women's Fastball

Third-year outfielder/pitcher Jessica O'Quinn (Etobicoke) was named Championship MVP at provincials. O'Quinn pitched in three games, earning three victories by allowing just four runs in 17 2/3 innings of work. At the plate she had eight hits, including a double and home run, contributing to nine runs.

MEN'S BASEBALL

Chris Horwood, St. Clair

St. Clair outfielder Chris Horwood (Tecumseh) was named Championship MVP at provincials. Horwood led all players in batting and RBI. Named player of the game in St. Clair's opening 20-2 win over George Brown, Horwood hit a home run and two triples for three runs and five RBI.

WOMEN'S FASTBALL

Jessica O'Quinn, Humber

Third-year outfielder/pitcher Jessica O'Quinn (Etobicoke) was named Championship MVP at provincials. O'Quinn pitched in three games, earning three victories by allowing just four runs in 17 2/3 innings of work. At the plate she had eight hits, including a double and home run, contributing to nine runs.

RUGBY

MALE: James Mitchell, Humber

Second-year fly half James Mitchell (Toronto) was a one-man wrecking crew, scoring five tries while adding four converts in Humber's 55-5 win over Sheridan. Mitchell's 33 points more than doubled what he had all season, and now puts him in the OCAA scoring lead with 61 points.

FEMALE: Kaitlin Newton, Fleming

Fifth-year player Kaitlin Newton (Port Hope) tied an OCAA single-game record scoring five tries totaling 25 points in Fleming's 70-5 win over St. Lawrence-Kingston. Newton now has 10 tries for the season. The Knights clinched second place in the OCAA East standings with the win.

SOCCER

MALE: Colin McArthur, Fanshawe

Third-year forward Colin McArthur (Wallaceburg) scored in the 28th minute, giving Fanshawe a lead it wouldn't relinquish as the Falcons soared to a 3-0 quarter-final win over Seneca and a berth in the OCAA championship for the first time since 2009. Fanshawe has won six straight.

FEMALE: Nicole Forbes, Seneca

Third-year defender Nicole Forbes (Ajax) scored the only goal in the early moments of Seneca's 1-0 quarter-final victory over Mohawk, sending the Sting back to the OCAA championship for the third time in four years. Forbes has totaled five goals in her last two games.

October 15, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Shiquan Lowe, Seneca, Men's Soccer

Second-year defender Shiquan Lowe (Brampton) proved that it is good to have a good insurance policy. Lowe's goal was the game-winner in Seneca's 3-2 playoff win over St. Lawrence-Kingston, a game which the Sting led 3-0. Lowe and his teammates will now take on Fanshawe in the OCAA quarter-finals.

OVERALL FEMALE: Rachelle DeJong, Mohawk, Women's Soccer

Rachelle DeJong (Ancaster) scored a half dozen goals during the regular season, but none were bigger than the one she scored on Oct. 12. DeJong scored the lone goal in Mohawk's 1-0 win at Conestoga, sending the Mountaineers to the OCAA quarter-finals against Seneca.

MEN'S BASEBALL

Crannel Jerald, St. Clair

Crannel Jerald (LaSalle) swung a hot bat in St. Clair's doubleheader sweep of Durham. Jerald totaled five hits in nine plate appearances, scoring four times while driving in three. He also stole two bases. St. Clair finished the season with a 14-2 record to clinch the regular season title.  

WOMEN'S FASTBALL

Ashley Black, Durham

With their season on the line, Ashley Black (Waterloo) stood tall for the Durham Lords. She swatted a two-run double for the game-winning hit in Durham's 2-1 win at Seneca on Oct. 8. Two days later, she went 3-for-3 as Durham edged Humber 6-5. Black also pitched complete games in both victories.

RUGBY

MALE: Rich Lebel, Conestoga

Rich Lebel (Waterloo) showed incredible consistency as Conestoga completed a sweep of a home-and-home series against Sheridan, taking a firm grip on a playoff position in the OCAA West. In each victory, Lebel scored a pair of tries, and added a convert for a pair of dozen-point efforts.

FEMALE: Kareece McGregor, Humber

In a match between undefeated clubs, Humber defeated crosstown rival Seneca 53-0 to take over sole possession of first place in the OCAA West. Kareece McGregor (Scarborough) scored a pair of tries in the victory, increasing her season total to 10, and a share of the OCAA lead.

SOCCER

MALE: Shiquan Lowe, Seneca

Second-year defender Shiquan Lowe (Brampton) proved that it is good to have a good insurance policy. Lowe's goal was the game-winner in Seneca's 3-2 playoff win over St. Lawrence-Kingston, a game which the Sting led 3-0. Lowe and his teammates will now take on Fanshawe in the OCAA quarter-finals.

FEMALE: Rachelle DeJong, Mohawk

Rachelle DeJong (Ancaster) scored a half dozen goals during the regular season, but none were bigger than the one she scored on Oct. 12. DeJong scored the lone goal in Mohawk's 1-0 win at Conestoga, sending the Mountaineers to the OCAA quarter-finals against Seneca.

October 8, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Christian McCullough, Humber, Men's Golf

Humber's Christian McCullough (Mississauga) is the 2013 OCAA men's individual golf champion after shooting an impressive six-under par for the 54-hole tournament. His efforts were enough for a five-stroke win. Five of the past six OCAA men's individual gold medalists have golfed for Humber.

OVERALL FEMALE: Adrienne D'Alessio, Humber, Women's Golf

Adrienne D'Alessio (Woodbridge) led wire-to-wire to win women's gold at the 2013 OCAA Golf Championships. Her rounds of 83-79-81 put her at plus-nine for the 54-hole tournament and gave her a 15-stroke victory. D'Alessio is the first Humber golfer to win women's gold since 2009.

MEN'S BASEBALL

Jordan Brewer, Seneca

It's been a challenging debut season for Seneca in men's baseball, but the Sting had every reason to celebrate doubling George Brown 10-5 on Oct. 5 for the team's first victory. Jordan Brewer (Tottenham) went 2-for-2, scoring twice while stealing two bases. He also walked once.

WOMEN'S FASTBALL

Lindsay Ballance, Seneca

Seneca kept its post-season hopes alive with a big 5-3 win at Durham on Oct. 4. Second-year shortstop Lindsay Ballance (Napanee) contributed directly to three of Seneca's runs, going 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI as well as a run scored. Seneca is one game out of a playoff position with three remaining.

RUGBY

MALE: Sean Smith, Loyalist

First-year centre Sean Smith (Pickering) has made a positive impact on the Lancers this season. Smith has scored a try in three separate matches, including a 26-12 win over Seneca on Oct. 5, giving Loyalist its first victory of 2013. Both teams compete in a rematch on Oct. 27.

FEMALE: Megan Copeland Dinan, Conestoga

After three consecutive shut out losses, Conestoga got off the schnide in a big way on Oct. 3. First-year player Megan Copeland Dinan (Ottawa) scored three tries while adding a pair of converts for a game-high 19 points in Conestoga's 39-10 victory over Sheridan.

SOCCER

MALE: Austin MacDonell, Niagara

Needing a victory to lock up a post-season berth, Austin MacDonell (Ajax) scored three times in Niagara's 4-0 win over Lambton. The output gave MacDonell four goals for the season. The win lifted the Knights to .500 at 3-3-2, good for fifth place in the OCAA West, and a playoff showdown at St. Clair.

FEMALE: Amy Wilson, Lambton

Lambton ended its regular season on a three game win streak, with Amy Wilson (Lambton Shores) scoring in each match. Wilson scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win at St. Clair, and added another goal in a 2-1 win at Niagara. In total, Wilson scored four goals in three matches, lifting the Lions to a post-season berth.

October 1, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Nicholas Lindsay, Sheridan, Men's Soccer

Fourth-year player Nicholas Lindsay (Brampton) has all but secured the OCAA scoring title. Lindsay scored a pair of goals in a 4-1 win over Conestoga, then netting a hat trick in a 4-0 victory against Mohawk. Lindsay has 11 goals in total, having scored in five of Sheridan's six matches to date.

OVERALL FEMALE: Juletta Cull, St. Lawrence-Kingston, Women's Rugby

Third-year player Juletta Cull (Douglas) scored three tries in St. Lawrence-Kingston's 39-17 win over Fleming. With the victory, SLC improved to 2-1 on the season, moving into sole possession of second place in the OCAA East. Cull now has four tries after scoring just two last season.

MEN'S BASEBALL

Erik Treble, George Brown

Erik Treble (Toronto) earned the victory in George Brown's 3-1 upset victory over Durham on Sept. 29. Treble pitched six innings, allowing one unearned run on three hits while striking out four, lowering his ERA to 1.64. It was only Durham's third loss of the season. George Brown ended September with three wins.

WOMEN'S FASTBALL

Jessica O'Quinn, Humber

2012 OCAA women's fastball player of the year Jessica O'Quinn (Etobicoke) was instrumental in Humber's three-game sweep of Conestoga. From the rubber O'Quinn allowed just two earned runs in 11 innings of work. At the plate she contributed six hits including two doubles, three runs, two RBI and two steals.

RUGBY

MALE: Conan Valyear, Georgian

Second-year wing Conan Valyear (Barrie) scored a critical try in a 14-5 win over Sheridan, improving Georgian's record to a perfect 3-0. Valyear is currently the team leader in tries with four. Georgian hosts defending OCAA champion Humber in a battle of unbeaten clubs on Oct. 9.

FEMALE: Juletta Cull, St. Lawrence-Kingston

Third-year player Juletta Cull (Douglas) scored three tries in St. Lawrence-Kingston's 39-17 win over Fleming. With the victory, SLC improved to 2-1 on the season, moving into sole possession of second place in the OCAA East. Cull now has four tries after scoring just two last season.

SOCCER

MALE: Nicholas Lindsay, Sheridan

Fourth-year player Nicholas Lindsay (Brampton) has all but secured the OCAA scoring title. Lindsay scored a pair of goals in a 4-1 win over Conestoga, then netting a hat trick in a 4-0 victory against Mohawk. Lindsay has 11 goals in total, having scored in five of Sheridan's six matches to date.

FEMALE: Katie Parker, Fanshawe

At 3-0-2, Fanshawe is the only undefeated team in the OCAA West, and Katie Parker (Strathroy) is a major reason why. Parker scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Lambton, then followed this up with a four-goal effort in a 6-0 win over Niagara, matching an OCAA single-game best for 2013.

September 24, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Carl Williams, Algonquin, Men's Rugby

First-year flanker Carl Williams (Peterborough) scored a pair of tries as Algonquin defeated reigning OCAA silver medalist Trent 32-7 on the road. Williams has hit pay dirt four times in total, also scoring a pair of tries in Algonquin's season-opening victory over St. Lawrence-Kingston.

OVERALL FEMALE: Alexa Georgiou, St. Clair, Women's Fastball

St. Clair is the lone undefeated team in OCAA women's fastball at 6-0, thanks in large part to the arm of Alexa Georgiou (Windsor). Georgiou leads the OCAA in wins (four) and strikeouts (33), has a 0.24 ERA, and has walked just two batters in 29 innings of work. All of her wins have been complete games.

MEN'S BASEBALL

Ilija Bozinovski, Durham

Durham's Ilija Bozinovski (Ajax) has only pitched in one game so far this season, but made the most of his appearance. Bozinovski limited Humber to just three hits over five innings of work, picking up the victory in an 11-1 outcome on Sept. 17. Humber is averaging six runs per game this season.

WOMEN'S FASTBALL

Alexa Georgiou, St. Clair

St. Clair is the lone undefeated team in OCAA women's fastball at 6-0, thanks in large part to the arm of Alexa Georgiou (Windsor). Georgiou leads the OCAA in wins (four) and strikeouts (33), has a 0.24 ERA, and has walked just two batters in 29 innings of work. All of her wins have been complete games.

RUGBY

MALE: Carl Williams, Algonquin

First-year flanker Carl Williams (Peterborough) scored a pair of tries as Algonquin defeated reigning OCAA silver medalist Trent 32-7 on the road. Williams has hit pay dirt four times in total, also scoring a pair of tries in Algonquin's season-opening victory over St. Lawrence-Kingston.

FEMALE: Cecilia Lac, Sheridan

First-year player Cecilia Lac (Georgetown) made the most of her OCAA debut on Sept. 22, scoring a pair of tries in Sheridan's 20-12 victory over Mohawk. It marks the first time Sheridan is above .500 in the short two-year history of the program. The Bruins were 2-4 last season.

SOCCER

MALE: Jordan Bokma, Redeemer

Fourth-year defender Jordan Bokma (Shubenacadie, N.S.) had a positive impact on both ends of the pitch in Redeemer's 2-0 win over Lambton. He not only scored, but he helped preserve the shutout with strong defence. After going winless last season, Redeemer has won two matches in 2013.

FEMALE: Brittney Sero, Durham

Fifth-year midfielder Brittney Sero (Newcastle) scored four goals in two road victories, including a hat-trick in a 5-1 win at Cambrian. Sero has scored six goals in her last three games and is in the hunt for the OCAA scoring title. After losing its opener, Durham has won four straight.

September 17, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Elijah Adair, Trent, Men's Rugby

In a battle between last season's silver and bronze medalists, Trent defeated Seneca 31-12 on Sept. 13. Elijah Adair (Stratford) scored a pair of tries in the victory to match his entire total from last season. Trent went undefeated in the regular season last season, and are off to a great start in 2013.

OVERALL FEMALE: T.K. Rocca, Cambrian, Women's Soccer

T.K. Rocca (Sault Ste. Marie) currently leads the OCAA with six goals. Not surprisingly, the Cambrian Golden Shield have a 3-1 record, with Rocca scoring in each victory. During a two-game swing against Toronto teams, Rocca scored once in a 2-0 win at George Brown, and a hat trick in a 3-0 win at Centennial.

MEN'S BASEBALL

George Halim, Humber

Humber jumped out to a 3-1 start to the season, with George Halim (Pickering) playing the role of offensive spark plug. Halim delivered eight hits while walking five times, scoring eight runs in the process. He currently leads all players with six stolen bases, and legged out the first triple in OCAA history.

WOMEN'S FASTBALL

Tori Taylor, Conestoga

Tori Taylor (Kitchener) hit for the cycle this past week as Conestoga won two out of three. Her seven hits included a double, triple and two home runs. Taylor also scored six times, drove in seven, and stole four bases. After narrowly losing to Durham, Conestoga swept Mohawk in a doubleheader.

RUGBY

MALE: Elijah Adair, Trent

In a battle between last season's silver and bronze medalists, Trent defeated Seneca 31-12 on Sept. 13. Elijah Adair (Stratford) scored a pair of tries in the victory to match his entire total from last season. Trent went undefeated in the regular season last season, and are off to a great start in 2013.

FEMALE: Kimmee Meigs, Seneca

Kimmee Meigs (Bruce County) proved to be an unstoppable force against Mohawk on Sept. 14, scoring four tries while adding a convert in a 37-7 Seneca victory. Her four tries doubled what Meigs scored in five matches last season. Seneca is the defending OCAA bronze medalist. 

SOCCER

MALE: Alex Asmis, Algonquin

Alex Asmis (Ottawa) made Algonquin's longest road trip of the regular season a memorable one for his Thunder teammates. Asmis broke a 1-1 draw in the 84th minute, heading a lose ball past a helpless Seneca goalkeeper for the winner in a 2-1 road victory over the defending OCAA silver medalist.

FEMALE: 
T.K. Rocca, Cambrian

T.K. Rocca (Sault Ste. Marie) currently leads the OCAA with six goals. Not surprisingly, the Cambrian Golden Shield have a 3-1 record, with Rocca scoring in each victory. During a two-game swing against Toronto teams, Rocca scored once in a 2-0 win at George Brown, and a hat trick in a 3-0 win at Centennial.

September 10, 2013

OVERALL MALE: Jeff Watkin, St. Clair, Men's Baseball

St. Clair made a call to Dr. Longball and catcher Jeff Watkin (Tecumseh) delivered in both ends of a doubleheader sweep of George Brown. Watkin hit a three-run home run in the opener, and a pair of two-run dingers in the second game. St. Clair won 13-0 and 16-0 in the first-ever OCAA men's baseball games.

OVERALL FEMALE: Sydney Midwood, St. Lawrence-K, Women's Soccer

The St. Lawrence Vikings put the rest of the OCAA East on notice with an impressive 6-0 season opening victory over Durham. No stranger to offence, Sydney Midwood (Sydenham) scored twice in the win. St. Lawrence had just two victories last season, while Durham suffered just one defeat.

MEN'S BASEBALL

Jeff Watkin, St. Clair

St. Clair made a call to Dr. Longball and catcher Jeff Watkin (Tecumseh) delivered in both ends of a doubleheader sweep of George Brown. Watkin hit a three-run home run in the opener, and a two-run dinger in the second game. St. Clair won 13-0 and 16-0 in the first-ever OCAA men's baseball games.

SOCCER

MALE: Brett Fair, Fleming

Striker Brett Fair (Whitby) delivered an important three points in the standings to his Fleming Knights teammates in a 1-0 victory at Cambrian. Fleming lost 2-1 at home to Cambrian last season. Fair has three goals in his last two regular season games, dating back to last year.

FEMALE: Sydney Midwood, St. Lawrence-K

The St. Lawrence Vikings put the rest of the OCAA East on notice with an impressive 6-0 season opening victory over Durham. No stranger to offence, Sydney Midwood (Sydenham) scored twice in the win. St. Lawrence had just two victories last season, while Durham suffered just one defeat.