(Peterborough, Ontario) – Three members of the St. Clair College men’s soccer team were recognized in a ceremony held in Peterborough, Ont., on Wednesday evening prior to the OCAA Championships.
Korede Adepitan (Toronto), Cameron Anger (Windsor) and Martin Nyul (Hungary) were all named OCAA West Division All Stars.
Adepitan a third year striker was also named West Division Scoring Champion as he scored 12 goals in 10 games played. Anger is a fourth year defender who was solid on the back end all season for the Saints after missing the first 4 games due to injury. Nyul a third year midfielder had a great season as well scoring 5 goals in 8 games played while controlling the play in the middle throughout the year.
The Saints ended the season in 3rd place in the tough OCAA West Division with a record of 5-3-2 and qualified for the playoffs but lost 3-1 to a tough Durham College squad.
(Toronto, Ontario) – The following have been recognized by the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) for their accomplishments during the seven-day period ending Sunday, Oct. 22.
Michael McKay, St. Clair
First-year first baseman/pitcher Michael McKay (Miramichi, N.B.) was named the Championship MVP at OCAA provincials. McKay smacked out three hits, driving in four RBI in St. Clair's 10-0 win over Humber to send the Saints to the gold medal game, and was named Player of the Game in the process. In a rematch with Humber, McKay singled and stole two bases in St. Clair's 1-0 gold medal win.
St. Clair, Men's Baseball
St. Clair remained the only men's baseball champion the OCAA has known, defeating Humber 1-0 in the gold medal game. St. Clair has won five straight provincial crowns, and are undefeated in OCAA post-season play. Michael McKay (Miramichi, N.B.) was named Championship MVP, while teammates Carson Burke (Tecumseh) and Kevin Dion (Newmarket) were named Championship All-Stars.