54th Annual St. Clair College Athletic Awards Banquet | St. Clair College
Friday, April 14, 2023
Trophies and banners

The Saints capped another winning year with the 54th Annual Athletic Awards Banquet at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts campus in downtown Windsor on Thursday, April 13th. Plenty of hardware was distributed as the Saints earned eight championships which included eleven medals at the provincial or national level.

The St. Clair Golf program started things by travelling to Niagara Falls in early October where the Women’s team won a Silver Medal.

Soon after Women’s Softball hosted the Canadian Collegiate Softball Association National Championship for the second time but for the first time at the campus SportsPark. It led to St. Clair’s second CCSA national crown and was part of the first undefeated season for a women’s varsity team at St. Clair which concluded with an OCAA Provincial Gold Medal in London later in October that totaled to a perfect 34-0 record.

The Men’s Baseball team also played host to a major championship at Lacasse Park in Tecumseh where the Saints accomplished the rare losers bracket comeback and captured their 7th provincial Gold Medal in just nine OCAA seasons.

Cross Country continued their medal streak in late October as the Men’s team raced to a provincial title in Thunder Bay while the Women’s team finished with a very gratifying silver medal. Jacob Fitzpatrick (Silver) and Tyler Jones (Bronze) were both podium finishers as the Saints put their four scoring runners in the top ten to prove they were the class of the field. That depth led to a Bronze Medal two weeks later in Calgary at the CCAA National Championships as Jones (4th Place) and Fitzpatrick (7th Place) each ran to All-Canadian status.

Saints Football hosted their second consecutive OFC Championship game and prevailed for the provincial crown which qualified them for the Canadian Junior Football League national semi-final at Acumen Stadium.

It was a historic season for the Men’s Basketball team who won their first outright OCAA Championship Gold Medal in early March on their homecourt where the capacity crowd was treated to a performance for the ages. Shakael Pryce was named the St. Clair’s fourth Men’s Basketball All-Canadian recipient and helped the Saints to a fourth-place finish at the CCAA National Championship in Calgary.

In March the Men’s Cricket team contributed to the winning culture securing an Ontario Collegiate Recreation REC-CUP Gold Medal for St. Clair which was staged in King City.

Here are the results for this year’s awards:

Mason MacDonald Male & Female Athlete of the Year (In Honour of Mason MacDonald)

The athlete of the year is awarded to the graduating male and female student-athletes who have displayed outstanding athletic abilities while maintaining exemplary academic performance and school involvement during their years at St. Clair College. The trophy was donated by and named for Mr. Mason MacDonald, former Athletic Director of the Western Ontario Institute of Technology, the predecessor of St. Clair College.

Female Winner: Chantal DeVlugt

  • 3rd Year Women's Volleyball
  • Graduated from Architectural Technology and Carpentry & Renovations Techniques
  • 2019-20 OCAA West Division All-Rookie Team
  • 3-time OCAA All-Academic 2019-20, 2021-22, 2022-23
  • 2019-20 OCAA Team Bronze
  • 2021-22 & 2022-23 OCAA West Division Second-Team All-Star
  • 2021-22 & 2022-23 CCAA Academic All-Canadian

Male Winner: Jalen Harmon

  • 3rd Year Men’s Basketball
  • Graduating from Sport & Recreation Management
  • 2019-20 Saints Best Defensive Player
  • 2019-20 OCAA All-Academic
  • 2021-22 OCAA Silver Medal
  • 2021-22 CCAA Silver Medal
  • 2021-22 OCAA West Division Second-Team All-Star
  • 2021-22 Bob Weepers Fair Play & Sportsmanship Award
  • 2021-22 Saints Student Athletic Association Inc. Board Member
  • 2022-23 OCAA West Division Second-Team All-Star
  • 2022-23 OCAA Gold Medal
  • 2022-23 CCAA Championship Exemplary Leadership Award
  • 2022-23 Saints Coaches Award

Al Hoffman ‘Athlete of the Year’ for Outstanding Achievement Award

This award recognizes intercollegiate athletes who perform at a high level of athletic excellence combined with sound scholastic achievement; who have excelled in athletic competition at the college, regional, provincial and/or national levels; whose efforts have contributed to the success, competitiveness, enhancement and overall quality of their respective sport. This award is named after former Athletic Director, Al Hoffman who was inducted into the OCAA, CCAA and Windsor Essex County Sports Hall of Fame. Starting in 2007, this award recognizes the most outstanding Male and Female Varsity Athletes at St. Clair College from the past season.

Female Winner: Bryanna Kressler

  • 4th Year Women’s Softball & Basketball
  • OCAA Softball Gold Medal
  • CCSA Softball Gold Medal
  • OCAA Softball First-Team League All-Star
  • OCAA Pitcher of the Year
  • OCAA Player of the Year
  • OCAA Softball Championship MVP
  • Saints Softball MVP
  • OCAA All-Academic
  • OCAA Softball Academic & Athletic Excellence

Male Winner: Shakael Pryce

  • 3rd Year Men’s Basketball
  • OCAA West Division First-Team All-Star
  • CCAA All-Canadian
  • CCAA Academic All-Canadian
  • OCAA Gold Medal
  • OCAA Championship MVP
  • CCAA 4th Place
  • Saints MVP

Inter-Collegiate Coach of the Year Award

The Inter-Collegiate Coach of the Year Award is presented to the St. Clair College Varsity Head Coach whose teams exemplify a high level of performance, sportsmanship, dedication and leadership. This coach will stress the values of athletic participation in an educational setting and will assist in the improvement of athletic skills as well as life skills. This coach will provide leadership as a role model to their team members and St. Clair College. This award is named after former Hockey Coach, Gerald Serviss who led his teams to three Provincial Championships and one National Championship in 7 seasons. He was inducted into the OCAA Hall of Fame in 2005.

Winner: Doug Wiseman

  • 10th Year Women’s Softball
  • OCAA Regular Season Champions (24-0)
  • OCAA Gold Medal (3-0)
  • OCAA Coach of the Year
  • Hosted CCSA Championship
  • CCSA Gold Medal (5-0)
  • 4th Undefeated Season in St. Clair Athletics History

John Albert Strasser Coaches Award

Awarded annually to the Varsity Coach whose team achieves success athletically while making significant contributions to the community.

Winner: Kevin Corriveau (Golf)

Exceptional Service Award (In Honour of Jack Costello)

Introduced in 2005-2006, the Exceptional Service Award is presented annually to an individual for his/her outstanding dedication and commitment to the Department of Athletics and Recreation. This award recognizes those who have gone above and beyond his/her regular duties over the past season. This award is named in honour of former hockey coach, Athletic Director, and OCAA Hall of Fame Member Jack Costello.

Winner: Stephen Carter

Fair Play & Sportsmanship Award (In Honour of Bob Weepers)

Introduced in 1995-96, this award recognizes student-athletes who reflect the true spirit of sport through their exemplary commitment to sportsmanship, fair play and teamwork. This award is named in honour of Bob Weepers, long time Athletic Coordinator, for his commitment and contributions to the Athletic Programs of St. Clair College.

Female Winner: Mya Palumbo (Cross Country)

Male Winner: Jared Hayes-Williams (Football)

St. Clair Team Academic Awards

Established in 2004, this award recognizes St. Clair College Inter-Collegiate Varsity teams for academic achievement. It is awarded to teams who attain the highest Grade Point Average amongst all team members in the fall semester. This award is named in honour of Don Hogan who is a former St. Clair College Faculty member and Coordinator of the General Arts and Science program.

Winner: Women’s Volleyball – Team 3.43 GPA

CCAA Academic All-Canadian Award

The CCAA Academic All-Canadian award is the CCAA’s most prestigious student-athlete honour, epitomizing both organizations’ commitment to academic success and athletic achievement.


  • Athena Dimario Done – Women’s Soccer
  • Alec Habash – Women’s Soccer
  • Jaclyn French – Women’s Soccer
  • Kiana Huggins – Women’s Volleyball
  • Chantal DeVlugt – Women’s Volleyball
  • Alyssa Lucier – Women’s Basketball
  • Shae-Lyn Murphy – Women’s Basketball
  • Mya Palumbo – Cross Country
  • Rick Nepomuceno – Cross Country
  • Shakael Pryce – Men’s Basketball

OCAA Academic & Athletic Excellence Award

The OCAA Academic and Athletic Excellence Award is a very prestigious honour given to student-athletes in a non-CCAA sport which combines scholastic and provincial conference accolades. Recipients must have been awarded an OCAA 1st Team or 2nd Team All-Star, Player of the Year, Championship All-Star or Championship MVP while combining academic honours level standards at their respective college in that semester of participation.


  • Judy Lafleur – Women’s Softball
  • Shae-Lyn Murphy – Women’s Softball
  • Bryanna Kressler – Women’s Softball
  • Henry Real – Men’s Baseball
  • Even Ferguson – Men’s Baseball

Roy Washington Super Fan Award

This award is presented to individuals who exhibit dedication in support of the St. Clair College Varsity teams while encouraging them in a positive manner. By virtue of their presence at Saints Varsity events the program is elevated and this pride in St. Clair College should be celebrated. This award is dedicated to the memory of Roy Washington who was a long-time supporter of the Saints Varsity teams.

Winner: Sean Guenette

Varsity Team Awards


OCAA Championships: Hosted by Niagara College at Legends Golf Club
Men’s Team: OCAA Division II Gold
Women’s Team: OCAA Silver
OCAA Women’s All-Ontario: Shannon Coffey 4th Place
CCAA Championships: Hosted by Durham College at Deer Creek Golf Club
Shannon Coffey (5th Place-CCAA All-Canadian)
OCAA All-Academic: Shannon Coffey, Caleb Michaud, Sophia Fallea, Megan Schaafsma

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Sophia Fallea
Rookie of the Year: John Van Bilsen
Most Valuable Player: Shannon Coffey

Women’s Softball

Regular Season Record: 24-0 (1st Place)
OCAA First-Team All-Stars: Shae-Lyn Murphy, Bryanna Kressler, Amy Claydon,
Sierra Baltzer, McKenna Copley
OCAA Second-Team All-Star: Judy Lafleur
OCAA Rookie of the Year: McKenna Copley
OCAA Pitcher of the Year: Bryanna Kressler
OCAA Batting Champion: Amy Claydon
OCAA Player of the Year: Bryanna Kressler
OCAA Coach of the Year: Doug Wiseman
OCAA Championship Hosted by Fanshawe (London): Gold Medal (3-0)
OCAA Championship All-Stars: Shae-Lyn Murphy, Amy Claydon
OCAA Championship MVP: Bryanna Kressler
CCSA National Championship Hosted by St. Clair (Windsor): Gold Medal (5-0)
CCSA Championship All-Stars: Amy Claydon, Sierra Baltzer
CCSA Championship MVP & Top Pitcher: Bryanna Kressler

OCAA All-Academic: Emily Erskine, Bryanna Kressler, Judy Lafleur, Shae-Lyn Murphy
OCAA Academic & Athletic Excellence: Bryanna Kressler, Judy Lafleur, Shae-Lyn Murphy

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Jacklyn Yewchyn
Rookie of the Year: Sierra Baltzer
Best Offensive Player: Amy Claydon
Top Pitcher: McKenna Copley
Most Valuable Player: Bryanna Kressler

Men’s Baseball

Regular Season Record: 17-1 (T-1st Place)
OCAA First-Team All-Stars: Josh Anderson, Hunter Appleyard, Evan Ferguson
OCAA Second-Team All-Stars: Henry Real, Sam McKinlay, Owen Findlay
OCAA Rookie of the Year: Owen Findlay
OCAA Championship Hosted by St. Clair (Tecumseh): Gold Medal (4-1)
OCAA Championship All-Stars: Colin Robinson, Henry Real
OCAA Championship MVP: Hunter Appleyard

OCAA All-Academic: Riley Briggs, Evan Ferguson, Spencer Morin, Ethan Shirk, Austin Tilson
OCAA Academic & Athletic Excellence: Evan Ferguson, Henry Real

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Colin Robinson
Rookie of the Year: Owen Findlay
Best Offensive Player: Hunter Appleyard
Top Pitcher: Sam McKinlay
Most Valuable Player: Henry Real

Women’s Outdoor Soccer

Season Record: 2-7-1 (OCAA West Division 8th Place)
OCAA West Division All-Stars: Athena Dimario Done (1st Team), Jaclyn French (1st Team), Alec Habash (2nd Team)
CCAA Academic All-Canadian: Athena Dimario Done, Jaclyn French, Alec Habash

OCAA All-Academic: Kayla Deschamps, Keely Ryan, Malary Cole, Athena Dimario Done, Alec Habash, Jaclyn French, Niah Johnson, Sydnie Lucier, Marisa Ouellette, Madison Tzimas, Abbey Tremblay, Alyssa Tasevski

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Marisa Ouellette
Best Defensive Player: Alec Habash
Rookie of the Year: Sydnie Lucier
Most Valuable Player: Athena Dimario Done

Women’s Indoor Soccer

Season Record: George Brown Invitational (0-1-2)
OCAA Regional: 3rd Place (2-2)
OCAA Championship Hosted by Sheridan College at Ontario Soccer Centre: 0-1-2

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Alyssa Tasevski
Rookie of the Year: Angelica Petro
Most Valuable Player: Madison Tzimas

Men’s Outdoor Soccer

Season Record: 5-4-1 (OCAA West Region 4th Place)
Playoff Crossover: Defeated Algonquin 2-1
OCAA Quarterfinal: Defeated 2-1 by Seneca College
OCAA West Division All-Stars: Riley Drkulec (1st Team), Mateo Grahovac (1st Team)
Zain Nizam (2nd Team), Austin Severino (2nd Team)

OCAA All-Academic: Gabriel Giliana, Ezra Fogal, Ned Malic

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Joao Santos
Best Defensive Player: Austin Severino
Rookie of the Year: Zain Nizam
Most Valuable Player: Riley Drkulec

Men’s Indoor Soccer

Season Record: George Brown Invitational 3rd Place (2-2)
OCAA Regionals: 3rd Place (2-2)
OCAA Championship Hosted by Sheridan College at Ontario Soccer Centre: 2-3 (4th Place)
Championship All-Star: Nestor Lopez

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Ezra Fogal
Rookie of the Year: Paolo Davia
Most Valuable Player: Nestor Lopez

Cross Country

Seneca College Inv. (King City): Men’s Team 2nd Place, Tyler Jones 1st Place, Rick Nepomuceno 5th Place, Matt Lafleur 7th Place, Women’s Team 4th Place
Fanshawe College Inv. (London): Men’s Team 2nd Place, Tyler Jones 1st Place, Rick Nepomuceno 5th Place, Women’s Team 4th Place
Centennial College Inv. (Scarborough): Men’s Team 1st Place, Tyler Jones 2nd Place, Jacob Fitzpatrick 4th Place, Rick Nepomuceno 5th Place, Women’s Team 4th Place
OCAA Championship Hosted by Confederation (Thunder Bay): Men’s Team Gold Medal
Men's All-Ontario First-Team: Jacob Fitzpatrick (Silver Medal), Tyler Jones (Bronze Medal), Rick Nepomuceno (6th Place)
Men's All-Ontario Second-Team: Matt Lafleur (10th Place), Women’s Team Silver Medal
Women’s All-Ontario First-Team: Mya Palumbo (6th Place)
CCAA Championship Hosted by Medicine Hat (Medicine Hat, AB): Men’s Team Bronze Medal, Tyler Jones (4th Place, All-Canadian), Jacob Fitzpatrick (7th Place, All-Canadian), Women’s Team 15th Place

OCAA All-Academic: Michael Horrobin, Rick Nepomuceno, Mya Palumbo, Narjis Sharifi
CCAA Academic All-Canadian: Rick Nepomuceno, Mya Palumbo

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Matt Lafleur
Rookie of the Year: Victoria Skoyles
Most Valuable Player: Tyler Jones


Season Record: 8-0 (OFC 1st Place)
OFC Sem-Final: Won 44-0 vs. Hamilton
OFC Final: Won 38-7 vs. London (OFC Champions)
CJFL Semi-Final: Lost 42-24 vs. Okanagan

OFC Awards

Offensive All-Stars

OFFENSIVE LINE: Corey Levesque & Jaden Caston
RECEIVER: Jared Hayes-Williams

Defensive All-Stars

DEFENSIVE LINE: Tynan Braymiller
LINEBACKER: Nick Brajkovic
DEFENSIVE BACK: Shaye Wynter & Nathaniel Norton

OFC Major Awards


CJFL All-Canadian Selections

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: Corey Levesque (1st Team), Jaden Caston (2nd Team)
RECEIVER: Jared Hayes-Williams (1st Team)
DEFENSIVE BACK: Nathaniel Norton (1st Team)
DEFENSIVE LINE: Tynan Braymiller (2nd Team)

St. Clair Team Awards:

Chris Glover Memorial Award Most Dedicated Player: Lorenzo Blake
John Bitonti Memorial Award for Leadership: Nick Brajkovic
Brian Taffinder Memorial Award Volunteer of the Year: James Rice
Rookie of the Year: MJ Doyle-Marshall
Special Teams Player of the Year: Dante Lewis
Lineman of the Year: Corey Levesque
Offensive Player of the Year: Jared Hayes-Williams
Defensive Player of the Year: Josh Allen
Most Valuable Player: Andrew Brush

Women’s Volleyball

Season Record: 14-4 (Tied for 2nd Place OCAA West Division)
Playoff Crossover: Defeated Algonquin 3-0
OCAA Quarterfinal: Defeated 3-0 by Seneca College
CCAA All-Canadian: Kiana Huggins
OCAA West Division 1st Team All-Star: Kiana Huggins
OCAA West Division 2nd Team All-Star: Chantal DeVlugt
OCAA West Division All-Rookie Team: Emma Clements, Geneva Huisman
OCAA Athlete of the Week: Emma Clements

OCAA All-Academic: Emma Clements, Rileigh Davis, Chantal DeVlugt Haven Fournier, Lilly Hearn, Kiana Huggins, Geneva Huisman, Ashley Maleyko, Krista Nichol Kelly Rodgers, Alexis Stewart, Mikayla Stocks, Taya Venneri

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Lilly Hearn
Most Improved Player: Geneva Huisman
Rookie of the Year: Emma Clements
Most Valuable Player: Kiana Huggins

Men’s Volleyball

Season Record: 8-10 (OCAA West Division 7th Place)
Playoff Crossover: Defeated by Canadore 3-1
OCAA West Division All-Rookie Team: Kale Wilkinson, Eric Glos
OCAA Athlete of the Week: Kale Wilkinson

OCAA All-Academic: Cole Ciarrocchi, Eric Glos, Nick Kwiatkowski, Connor O'Donohue, Vaunn Smith

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Connor O'Donohue
Most Improved Player: Zach Walls
Rookie of the Year: Kale Wilkinson
Most Valuable Player: Blake Harnadek

Women’s Basketball

Regular Season Record: 7-9 (OCAA West Division 6th Place)
Crossover Play-off: Won 69-67 @ Loyalist College
West Division All-Stars: Alyssa Lucier (1st Team), Shae-Lyn Murphy (2nd Team)
OCAA Championship Hosted by Niagara (Welland): Lost ¼ Final 67-56 vs. Lambton

OCAA All-Academic: Alyssa Lucier, Shae Lyn-Murphy
CCAA Academic All-Canadian: Alyssa Lucier, Shae-Lyn Murphy

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Janae Smith
Best Defensive Player: Alyssa Lucier
Rookie of the Year: Lauren Overeem
Most Valuable Player: Shae-Lyn Murphy

Men’s Basketball

Regular Season Record: 15-3 (OCAA West Division 1st Place)
OCAA West Division All-Stars: Shakael Pryce (1st Team)
Jalen Harmon (2nd Team), Chad Vincent-Simon (2nd Team)
West Division Defensive Player of the Year: Terence Williams
CCAA All-Canadian: Shakael Pryce
OCAA Championship Hosted by St. Clair (Windsor): OCAA Gold Medal (3-0)
OCAA Championship All-Stars: Chad Vincent-Simon, Terence Williams
OCAA Championship MVP: Shakael Pryce
CCAA Championship Hosted by SAIT (Calgary): 4th Place (2-2)
CCAA Championship All-Star: Chad Vincent-Simon (1st Team)
CCAA Championship Exemplary Leadership Award: Jalen Harmon

OCAA All-Academic: Shakael Pryce
CCAA Academic All-Canadian: Shakael Pryce

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Jalen Harmon
Best Defensive Player: Terence Williams
Rookie of the Year: Tutu Jangati
Most Valuable Player: Shakael Pryce

Indoor Cricket

Georgian Invitational: 3rd Place (6-1 Record)
Humber Invitational: 1st Place (5-0 Record)
St. Clair Invitational: 1st Place (4-1 Record)

OCR Regionals: 1st Place (4-1 Record)
OCAA/OCR RecCup Championship: Champions (4-0 Record)

Championship MVP: Rushabhkumar Patel

St. Clair Team Awards:

Coaches Award: Gaganjot Singh
Rookie of the Year: Rishab Singh
Most Valuable Player: Rushabhkumar Patel

St. Clair College Varsity / S.S.A.A.
2022-2023 Academic All-Stars

Recognizing Student-Athletes and S.S.A.A. members who have achieved at least a 3.00 Grade Point Average in the Fall Semester. Bolded Student-Athletes achieved a Perfect 4.00 Grade Point Average.

Saints Student Athletic Association Inc. Board

Eric Dominquez Sport & Recreation Management
Christian Seguin Bus Admin-HR
Jared Hayes-Williams Sport & Recreation Management
Peyton Huston Sport & Recreation Management
Jaclyn French Office Admin. Exec.
Alvin Ly Sport & Recreation Management
Deepak Thukral Sport & Recreation Management
Ashley-Rae Brill Bachelor of App. Arts in Social Justice
Matteo Palumbo Business - Marketing

Women’s Volleyball

Emma Clements Bachelor of App. Arts in Social Justice
Rileigh Davis Respiratory Therapy
Chantel DeVlugt Carpentry & Renovation
Haven Fournier Pre-Health Science
Lilly Hearn Bus Admin-HR
Kiana Huggins Bus Admin-Finance
Geneva Huisman Child & Youth Care
Ashley Maleyko Bus Admin-Accounting
Krista Nichol Fitness & Health Promotion
Kelly Rodgers Child & Youth Care
Alexis Stewart Pre-Health Science
Mikayla Stocks Bachelor of App. Arts in Social Justice
Taya Venneri Pre-Health Science
Jordyn Beneteau Fitness & Health Promotion

Men’s Volleyball

Cole Ciarrocchi Carpentry & Renovation
Eric Glos Pre-Service Firefighter
Nick Kwiatkowski Collaborative Nursing
Connor O'Donohue Powerline Tech.
Vaunn Smith Fitness & Health Promotion
Blake Harnadek Pre-Health Science

Men’s Soccer

Gabriel Giliana Electrical Techniques
Ezra Fogal Biomedical Eng. Tech.
Nedjeljko Malic Electromechanical Eng. Tech.
Austin Severino Bus Admin-Finance
Patrick Maheux Liberal Arts
Nicholas Moscatello Sport & Recreation Management
Massimo Pollard Nipissing Business
Michael Roncone Computer Sys Tech. -Networking

Women’s Soccer

Kayla Deschamps Collaborative Nursing
Keely Ryan Practical Nursing
Malary Cole PSI
Athena Dimario Done GAS
Aleczia Habash Liberal Arts
Jaclyn French Office Admin- Exec
Niah Johnson ECE
Sydnie Lucier Dental Hygiene
Marisa Ouellette Fitness & Health Promotion
Madison Tzimas Human Resource Management
Abbey Tremblay ECE B. Ed
Alyssa Tasevski Electrical Techniques
Melissa Watson Practical Nursing

Women’s Golf

Shannon Coffey Woodworking Technician
Sophia Fallea Dental Hygiene
Megan Schaafsma Interior Design

Men’s Golf

Caleb Michaud Bus Admin-Finance
Kayden Stammler Civil Engineering Tech.

Men’s Cricket

Mathew Rohan Shaji International Bus Mgmt-Logistic
Gaganjot Singh Event Management
Rishab Singh Computer Sys Tech -Networking
Kiran Thutukuru Babu Data Analytics for Business

Men’s Baseball

Hunter Appleyard PSI
Riley Briggs Hon. Bach. BA (ICT)
Evan Ferguson H. Bach. AA SJ & LS
Cody Moore SRM
Spencer Morin Power Engineering Tech.
Jayce Paquette PSI
Henry Real Civil Engineering Tech.
Carter Reh FHP
Colin Robinson Child & Youth Care
Ethan Shirk Police Foundations
Austin Tilson FHP
Brock Whitson Mobile App. Development

Women’s Softball

Sierra Baltzer Pre-Health Science
Ashley-Rae Brill Hon. Bach. AA Social Justice & Legal Studies
Alexis DiCarlo ECE-Bach. Ed
Emily Erskine PSI
Bryanna Kressler Fitness & Health Promotion
Judy Lafleur PSI
Shae-Lyn Murphy Collaborative Nursing

Cross Country

Natasha Atherton General Arts & Science
Jacob Fitzpatrick Biomedical Eng. Technology
Mitch Haggart Electro. Eng. Tech-Robotics
Michael Horrobin Business - Marketing
Rick Nepomuceno Nipissing-B.Com.
Mya Palumbo Educational Support
Narjis Sharifi Biomedical Eng. Tech.
Victoria Skoyles Woodworking Technician
Montana Wilkins Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Men’s Basketball

Jalen Harmon Sport & Recreation Mgmt.
Adam Mazloum Bach. of Bus. Admin. (ICT)
Rodi Mazloum Computer Sys Techy-Networking
Shakael Pryce General Arts & Science
Chad Vincent-Simon General Arts & Science

Women’s Basketball

Bryanna Kressler Fitness & Health Promotion
Alyssa Lucier Paralegal
Shae-Lyn Murphy Collaborative Nursing
Janae Smith Graphic Design