Thursday, March 29, 2012

Carter Wins Lakehead University Athlete of the Year

Media Release


March 29, 2012

Brightwell and Carter Highlight Athletic Awards Banquet


Lakehead Athletics unveiled its annual honours on Thursday evening at the 2011-12 Lakehead Athletics Awards Banquet, held in the Agora.

Emma Brightwell (wrestling) and Greg Carter (basketball) were named as Female and Male Athletes of the Year. Brightwell went undefeated all season as was crowned national champion of the 82 kg division. Greg Carter led his team to a record best regular season (20-2) and was named CIS Defensive Player of the Year.

Rookie of the Year honors went to Alannah McLean (nordic skiing) and Mitch Fillman (hockey). McLean came 2nd overall at CCUNC nationals and Fillman was named to the CIS All-Rookie team.

Men's basketball veteran Ben Johnson was the recipient of the Hank Akervall award for his excellent performances as a Thunderwolf in the classroom as an Academic All-Canadian, on the court setting three point records (9 in a single game) and as an ambassador for the university in the community.

Lindsay Druery received the Argus Award in recognition of her record setting achievements on the women's basketball team over her 5 year career, including most rebounds (1490).

A full list of individual team awards follows:

Women's Volleyball
Rookie of the Year - Sara Hudson
Coaches Award - Michelle Cournoyer and Brittany Macleod
Corrine Kollman Award - Jori Daymond
Most Improved Player - Vanessa Masters
Most Valuable Player - Breanne Hilhorst
Women's Basketball
Rookie of the Year - Erika French
Most Improved Player - Carolyn Fragale
Best Defensive Player - Ayse Kalkan
Amanda Nesbitt Award - Lindsay Druery
Most Valuable Player -Lindsay Druery
Cross Country Running

Most Valuable Runner - Female Tess Naroski
Most Valuable Runner - Male Alastair Brown
Indoor Track & Field

Most Valuable Runner - Female Tess Naroski
Most Valuable Runner - Male Alastair Brown
Men's Hockey

Rookie of the Year - Mitch Fillman
Most Improved Player - Devin Welsh
Best Work Ethic - Adam Sergerie
Best Defensive Player - Mitch Maunu
Most Valuable Player - Andrew Wilkins
Women's Wrestling

Rookie of the Year - Kelsey Dayler
Most Improved Wrestler - Bre Beh
Most Valuable Wrestler - Alexi Kreps & Emma Brightwell
Men's Wrestling

Rookie of the Year - Jake Devlin
Most Improved Wrestler - Scott Christian
Most Valuable Wrestler - Preston Mikulaski
Frank Schaller Award - Dustin Helwig
Men's Basketball

Rookie of the Year - Sylvester Alexander
Most Improved Player - Ben Johnson
Best Defensive Player - Greg Carter
Most Valuable Player - Venzal Russell
Nordic Skiing - Female

Rookie of the Year - Moira Haggarty
Most Valuable Skier - Andrea Lee
Nordic Skiing - Male

Rookie of the Year - Lucas Shewen
Most Valuable Skier - Harry Seaton
Nordic Skiing

Sportsperson of the Year - Britt Bailey

Hugh Mullally
Sports Information Director
Lakehead University Athletics
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Twitter: @LakeheadSID
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Monday, March 26, 2012

Lakehead Basketball Signs Jamar Coke

Jamar Coke to Transfer to Lakehead Men’s Basketball From Medicine Hat College

March 26, 2012

The Lakehead University men’s basketball program is pleased to announce its second committed addition to the roster for next season in the form of Jamar Coke; a 6’0” shooting guard who will transfer from Medicine Hat College of the CCAA. A product of Hamilton, Ontario, Coke has spent the past two season playing for the Rattlers in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference where he has put up impressive numbers. In thirty-one conference games in Alberta, Coke averaged 17.7 points, 7 rebounds, 3.8 assists and just over 2 steals per game.

The head coach of the MHC team is Ben Julius, a 2000 graduate of Hammerskjold High School in Thunder Bay; “Jamar Coke is one of the most dynamic players I have ever seen. Jamar has explosive speed and is a great shooter, which makes him deadly on the offensive end of the floor. On the defensive end he has great instincts for both steals and defensive boards. Jamar has been a focal point for the turnaround of the Medicine Hat Rattlers program in a short period of time. Having several roots in Thunder Bay and especially with Lakehead University I am extremely excited for Jamar, I believe he is a perfect fit for Lakehead and Coach Morrison’s coaching style.”

Coke plans to enroll in Lakehead’s concurrent education program and will have three years of eligibility remaining. He joins fellow Cathedral High School (Hamilton) alum, Dwayne Harvey, as new players on the roster next season. Harvey’s commitment was announced by the team in early February.

Thunderwolves head coach Scott Morrison is expecting a deeper perimeter core next season. “We are excited to welcome Jamar into our basketball family in Thunder Bay. He has been well coached in both high school and college and brings a versatile skill set on both ends of the floor that will be a boost to our lineup. With the additions of Jamar and Dwayne Harvey we are ensuring ourselves more depth and explosiveness on the perimeter next season.”

Jamar Coke 2011 Video Highlights

Jamar Coke Career ACAC Stats

Coach Morrison and the Lakehead program also announced earlier this week that Adam Johnson (6’6” Forward, Baltimore) has been released from the team and will pursue other opportunities.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Record Setting Regular Season for Lakehead

With a week to ponder behind us, and the thrills of the NCAA tournament to motivate us for next season, it is time to close out the 2011-12 campaign and look forward to building for 2012-13.

While we did not succeed in raising any banners to the Thunderdome ceiling this year; the program continues to soar to new heights and remains positive about our continued efforts to strive for #1.

In thanks to our many fans and supporters, please find below both the group achievments and the individual recognition earned as a result of everyone's hard work on the court and our great support off of it. Thank you all for another great season and let's start working to reaching an even higher standard this coming season.

32-5 Overall Record

29-2 CIS Record

20-2 OUA Conference Record


· 3rd Consecutive berth in the CIS Final 8 National Championship

· 2nd Consecutive OUA West Regular Season Champion

· First team to win 20 conference games (OUA West Conference Record)

· Most wins in a single season (Lakehead Record)

· Highest single season winning percentage (Lakehead Record)

· Finished season #2 in the CIS National Rankings (Lakehead Record)


· Greg Carter CIS & OUA Top Defensive Player

· Greg Carter OUA West 2nd Team All-Star

· Venzal Russell CIS 2nd Team All-Canadian

· Venzal Russell OUA West MVP

· Ben Johnson OUA West 2nd team All-Star

· Ben Johnson OUA Athlete of the Week (Jan 27-29)

· Scott Morrison OUA West Coach of the Year

Friday, March 9, 2012

Championship Dreams Dashed by Cascades

The Lakehead Thunderwolves "best-ever" regular season did not end in historic fashion as the team fell short today versus the #5 ranked Fraser Valley Cascades.

The half-time score was 34-29 Cascades. A third quarter run and seven missed free-throws gave the cascades a double-digit lead going into the fourth. Some key steals and transition buckets brought the 'Wolves within single digits on more than one occasion but the Cascades always had an answer with a key basket to thwart the LU runs.

UFV was led by Sheldon Bjorgaard who came off the bench to hit 5 of 6 three point shots and 4-4 free throws to go with 7 rebounds. Lakehead was led by Joseph Jones who hustled for 20 points on 6-16 shooting and 10 rebounds.

The biggest stat was in shooting percentage with UFV finishing to a tune of 44% while LU struggled shooting 31% from both two and three point range.

The team is now regulated to the consolation side of the draw and will play for pride tomorrow at 11am eastern versus Acadia.

Coach Morrison on the win:
I am proud of the effort from the team tonight. We all know that we could have cut down on our defensive mistakes and knocked a few more shots down, but each player and staff member gave their best effort today and all week in preparation. We were ready to play, we played hard but Fraser Valley got the job done a little better today - credit and respect to Coach Craddock and his tough players.

Toronto Star Article on Lakehead Basketball Recruiting

Toronto Star - Lakehead University Basketball Sees Success in Recruiting Practices

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Another B.C. Belle to the Ball With Lakehead

(Courtesy of Hugh Mullally, Lakehead SID)

The men's basketball team travels this weekend to the CIS Final 8, their third appearance in as many years. Lakehead (seeded #4) has shown improved success at this tournament in its recent appearances and hopes to continue that trend on Friday morning in the Halifax Metro Center. Their opponent: The University of Fraser Valley Cascades. This will be the third straight year that Lakehead has faced a B.C. opponent in the first round of the CIS Final 8 (UBC, '10, Trinity Western, '11- both losses).

Seeded #5, the Cascades earned their berth in the CIS Final 8 tournament by finishing as Canada West finalists, losing 72-71 to the #2 seeded Alberta Golden Bears in the gold medal game. Prior to that UFV knocked out the University of Victoria Vikes, 63-62, in the Canada West semi-final hosted by U of Saskatchewan. Seemingly with a panache for nail-biters, UFV also won the game prior to that by 1 point (Game 3 play-off versus Lethbridge, 69-68).

Fraser Valley (13-5 reg. season, ranked CIS # 4 in February) is an athletic team with five 4th-year veterans and one 5th-year senior, which averaged 83.4 points per game. Leading in scoring is 6'4" guard Joel Friesen with 16.0 per game, followed by 6'3" guard Samuel Freeman (15.0 ppg) and 6'6" post Kyle Grewal (14.3 ppg), who also grabs 7.3 rebounds/game. Fellow big man Jasper Moedt is another active body on the glass with 7.6 rpg and 11.0 ppg.

Lakehead will have to try and break the 'B.C. hex' that has dogged them without the services of starting power forward Ryan Thomson, who was declared out for the season prior to the OUA Final Four last week. Lakehead's bench has shown the capability all season to step up when 3,4 or even 5 T-Wolves have fallen to injury. For the sake of redeeming themselves after the OUA Final Four, the Thunderwolves still running with 'The Pack' must pull the Lakehead Locomotive all for one and one for all in this first round match-up.

Coach Scott Morrison:
"We are excited to again compete for the nation's biggest basketball prize on the biggest stage this week in Halifax. Everyone's route to the dance is different yet the same in the fact that everyone here is capable of going on a run and winning the whole thing. Our team is focused solely on Friday afternoon and Fraser Valley- we're looking to give our best effort as a team and leave everything we have on the court."

Game Details
Time: 12 noon local (11am EST)
Venue: Halifax Metro Center
Webcast Coverage: SSN Canada -

CIS Final 8 Schedule (all times Atlantic)

All games will be webcast on SSN Canada -

The semi-finals and championship broadcast will be picked up by Shaw Cable 10 in T Bay (based on technical congruences with East Link TV - stay tuned)

Friday, March 9

(5) Fraser Valley (4) Lakehead 12:00 PM AST

(8) Acadia (1) Carleton 2:15 PM AST

(7) Ryerson (2) Alberta 6:00 PM AST

(6) St FX (3) Concordia 8:15 PM AST

Saturday, March 10

CIS consolation 1 12:00 PM AST

CIS consolation 2 2:15 PM AST

CIS semifinal 1 6:00 PM AST

CIS semifinal 2 8:15 PM AST

*Turn your clock ahead on Saturday night to Daylight savings time*

Sunday, March 11

CIS consolation final 11:00 AM ADT

CIS bronze 1:15 PM ADT

CIS final 4:30 PM ADT

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

CIS Final 8 Week (MEDIA LINKS)

The Thunderwolves continue to prepare for a match-up with Fraser Valley Cascades on Friday at 11am Eastern time - - See below for a collection of media leading up to the CIS Final 8.

Some Pre-CIS Media:

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

T-Wolves Declared Wild Card Recipient

The men's basketball has been selected for the at-large berth, better known as the 'Wild Card' for the CIS Final 8 championships in Halifax. The tournament begins Friday afternoon in Halifax, with the CIS champion being decided in Sunday's final.

The 'Wolves were eliminated from the conventional road to the Final 8 championship following their semifinal round loss to the Ryerson Rams in Waterloo on Friday evening (86-70). The criteria for qualifying for a Wild Card bid are rather involved, but it generally comes down to the season records among the best team in the country were not regional finalists, and the year-long CIS rankings. Grace to their .909 winning percentage and being ranked at #2 in the CIS for the last 7 weeks during the season (and never being ranked lower than 4 all year long), Lakehead was the statistical leader among teams bidding for the Wild Card. U of Saskatchewan was the only other team that had a palatable case to be made for the Wild Card selection. The Huskies were knocked out in the Canada West semi final round by the Alberta Golden Bears, and were ranked as high as #3 in the CIS this season.

Lakehead is seeded at #4 and will face the Fraser Valley Cascades in the first game of the championships, Friday March 9 at 12 noon (Atlantic) at the Halifax Metro Center. See full schedule and seeding list below.


1. Carleton Ravens (OUA champions: 22-0 regular season / 3-0 playoffs)
2. Alberta Golden Bears (CWUAA champions: 14-6 regular season / 4-0 playoffs)
3. Concordia Stingers (RSEQ champions: 14-2 regular season / 2-0 playoffs)
4. Lakehead Thunderwolves (at-large entry: 20-2 regular season / 1-1 playoffs)
5. Fraser Valley Cascades (CWUAA finalists: 13-5 regular season / 3-2 playoffs)
6. St. Francis Xavier X-Men (AUS finalists: 16-4 regular season / 1-1 playoffs)
7. Ryerson Rams (OUA finalists: 13-9 regular season / 2-1 playoffs)
8. Acadia Axemen (AUS champions: 14-6 regular season / 2-0 playoffs)

NOTE 1: Live webcast of all games on SSN Canada (

NOTE 2: Live broadcast of semifinals and final on EastLink TV

NOTE 3: Semifinals and final on tape delay on NBA TV Canada

Schedule (Note- All times Atlantic)

Team practices: 1 hour per team starting at 8 a.m.


19:00 All-Canadian Banquet (Westin Nova Scotian)

Friday, March 9
12:00 Quarter-final #1: No. 5 Fraser Valley vs. No. 4 Lakehead

14:15 Quarter-final #2: No. 8 Acadia vs. No. 1 Carleton
18:00 Quarter-final #3: No. 7 Ryerson vs. No. 2 Alberta
20:15 Quarter-final #4: No. 6 StFX vs. No. 3 Concordia

Saturday, March 10
12:00 Consolation #1: Loser QF #1 vs. Loser QF #2
14:15 Consolation #2: Loser QF #3 vs. Loser QF #4
18:00 Semifinal #1: Winner QF #1 vs. Winner QF #2
20:15 Semifinal #2: Winner QF #3 vs. Winner QF #4

Sunday, March 11
11:00 Consolation final (5th place)
13:15 Bronze medal game
16:30 Championship final

Friday, March 2, 2012

Wolves Take one on Chin in Waterloo

The Ryerson Rams put on a transition display and the Lakehead Thunderwolves picked a bad time to have possibly their worst performance of the season in the OUA Final Four semi-final.
Ryerson jumped out to a 13-0 lead to start the game and never looked back. Lakehead had 5 good minutes of play to end the second quarter and bring the game within 11 points.
To start the third quarter Ryerson came out and hit 4 threes including a bank from the top-of-the-key from Aaron Best who had a game high 26 on 11-14 shooting.

The story of the game aside from the score was the shooting percentages from each team.
Ryerson shot a blistering 9-16 from 3pt land and 36-66 (56.3%) overall from the field.
Lakehead shot a dismal 21.9% from 3pt land and only 34.6 overall from the field.

LU outrebounded Ryerson 15-6 on the O glass but did a poor job of converting second chances:

Coach Morrison on the loss:
We took a beating from a team who came out to play harder tonight. Shooting was a major factor in the game but so was shot selection. Our poor shot selection in the first half and lack of ball movement led to transition opportunities and easy buckets for Ryerson who excels in the open court. Credit to the Ryerson coaches and players for stepping up when it truly counted. Our only hope is that we can go into the Nationals through the back door with a wild card. We will need some help to get that opportunity but we will be ready to make the most of it should it occur.

Lakehead Wins Three Major OUA West Awards

From the OUA:

HAMILTON, Ont. - Ontario University Athletics (OUA) this morning announced the
major award winners at the Wilson Cup awards breakfast at the Holiday Inn, in
Waterloo, Ont. The defending champion Lakehead Thunderwolves led the pack in
the west division while defending national champion and No. 1 ranked Carleton
collected four of five major awards in the east.

This season’s west division Player of the Year is Lakehead guard Venzal Russell
(Detroit, Michigan). The fourth-year guard led the No. 2 ranked Thunderwolves
in scoring with 347 points, good for tenth in the league, and converted 140
field goals, fourth most in OUA. His strong play was also evident at the
defensive end of the floor as he finished third with 52 steals. Russell has
also been named a First-Team All-Star.

Greg Carter (Ottawa) is this year’s west Defensive Player of the Year, giving
him his third straight honour. The Thunderwolves’ guard helped lead Lakehead to
the second-best defence in the west, surrendering just 72.0 points per game.
Normally matched against his opponents’ best offensive player, he finished
second in OUA with 56 steals for an average of 2.55 steals per game. Carter has
also been named a Second-Team All-Star.

Leading a strong rookie class is Adam Presutti (Oakville, Ont.) of the McMaster
Marauders who takes home this year’s west Rookie of the Year award. The
first-year guard led the No. 8 Marauders in minutes played and netted 243
points while collecting 75 rebounds in his first campaign. Presutti has also
been named to the All-Rookie team.

The winner of this year’s west division Ken Shields Award, given to the
student-athlete who best exhibits outstanding achievements in basketball,
academics, and community involvement, is Guelph’s Daniel McCarthy (Guelph,
Ont.). The fourth-year biomedical science student is now a two-time west
division all-star and also excels in the classroom. Outside of his
student-athlete routine, McCarthy is active in the Guelph community. He is
currently the regional coordinator for Brain Day, an organization that educates
children about brain safety and is a student athlete mentor, helping fellow
student athletes academically. He also volunteers in schools as part of the
Boys, Books and Basketball program and the Believe to Achieve program. McCarthy
has also been named a Second-Team All-Star.

Lakehead bench boss Scott Morrison is the 2011-12 west Coach of the Year,
earning his third consecutive award. Morrison has turned the Thunderwolves into
a juggernaut in the west division, finishin! g the year with a 20-2 record and
their highest national ranking in program history at the No. 2 spot.

In the east, Carleton once again owns the Player of the Year, this time in Phil
Scrubb (Richmond, B.C.). The second-year guard followed up his rookie of the
year campaign last year with more impressive numbers. He finished tenth in
league scoring, averaging 16.18 points per game, and sixth in field goal
percentage at 55.7 percent. He also finished with 61 three-pointers to lead the
league and his 57.0 three-point field goal percentage was tops in both OUA and
CIS play. Scrubb has also been named a First-Team All-Star.

For the third straight year, Carleton’s Cole Hobin (Ashton, Ont.) takes home
the east Defensive Play! er of the Year award. The Ravens had the stingiest
defence in the nation, allowing just 56.6 points per game against. Hobin
tallied 55 defensive rebounds, 27 steals, and 15 blocks this year and kept the
opponent’s top players in check.

Mike L’Africain (Oakville, Ont.) is this year’s east Rookie of the Year. The
first-year point guard excelled right off the bat and dressed in all 22 games
this season for the Ottawa Gee-Gees, averaging just over 30 minutes per game.
L’Africain finished second in team scoring with 264 points and ran an efficient
offence, finding his teammates for 73 assists. He also finished eighth in OUA
with a 46.3 completion percentage from beyond the arc. L’Africain has also been
named to the All-Rookie team.

The east Ken Shields Award, given to the student-athlete who best exhibits
outstanding achievements in basketball, academics, and community involvement,
goes to Kevin Churchill (Toronto). The Ravens’ forward is an Academic
All-Canadian and excels in his philosophy studies. On the court Churchill has
shown his dedication, working his way from being a twelfth-man into a
considerable scoring threat and decision maker. Giving back to the community is
important for the third-year player and he is actively involved with both the
Ottawa area Spirit Program and Camp Merrywood, helping children with special
needs. He also volunteers at the Swish for the Cure event in Toronto to help
raise money for Childhood Cancer Canada.

Carleton head coach Dave Smart earns this year’s east Coach of the Year
distinction. This is Smart’s seventh such honour which comes on the heels of
his second straight 22-0 season. The Ravens were ranked No. 1 for the entirety
of this year’s campaign and look to continue their dynasty-type run as they
look for their fourth Wilson Cup in five years and eighth national championship
in ten years.


Player of the Year: Venzal Russell - Lakehead
Defensive Player of the Year: Greg Carter - Lakehead

Rookie of the Year: Adam Presutti - McMaster
Ken Shields Award: Daniel McCarthy - Guelph
Coach of the Year: Scott Morrison - Lakehead


Player of the Year: Phil Scrubb - Carleton
Defensive Player of the Year: Cole Hobin - Carleton
Rookie of the Year: Mike L’Africain - Ottawa
Ken Shields Award: Kevin Churchill - Carleton
Coach of the Year: Dave Smart - Carleton

Lakehead vs Ryerson in OUA Semi-Final (6pm theScore)

Media Release


March 1, 2012

Thunderwolves on the Hunt for Ram Meat on Friday


The men's basketball team enters the first round of the Wilson Cup Final tomorrow in Waterloo versus the Ryerson Rams. The last time these teams played was in November of 2011, when the Thunderwolves posted one of their largest margins victory of the regular season, 95-54 in the Thunderdome. That being said, expect no pushover in the Rams on Friday. They have battled through the season to finish with a 13-9 record in the OUA East, and earned their way to the Wilson Cup Final Four with a 74-71 victory over the Ottawa Gee Gees, the OUA East #2 seed who the Thunderwolves only beat by 6 points in November.

The Rams are led by sophomore sensation Jahmal Jones, who was also named an OUA East first team All-Star earlier today. Jones ranks first in the CIS in minutes, 749 in 22 games (34 min/game) and averages 15.5 points per game along with 4.6 assists and 4.2 rebounds per contest. He also has 42 steals this year (1.91/game). Jones is complemented by Jordan Gauthier, who also clocks a lot of court time at 31 min/game while averaging 15.5 points/game and 6.4 rebounds/game.

Lakehead will be bringing its full roster to Waterloo, although with a few nagging injuries, it is unclear who will be good to go come game time. With Ryerson's very athletic roster, it will take a full effort from all of the Thunderwolves to get back to OUA Championship, which would also punch their ticket to the CIS Final 8 in Halifax the following weekend.

Coach Scott Morrison:

"In the play-offs, regular season records and stats can be thrown out the window. The successful team at this time of year is most often the team who can combine the highest levels of effort, execution and team work for the longest period of time. Like the other three teams competing this weekend, we have the capabilities to get the job done provided our players understand the pre-requisites."

Game time is 6pm, with live coverage being provided on The Score Television Network.

Hugh Mullally
Sports Information Director
Lakehead University Athletics
Office: 807 766 7157
Fax: (807) 343-8203

955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON
P7B 5E1

Thursday, March 1, 2012

3 Wolves Earn OUA West All-Star Status

Media Release


March 1, 2012

Russell, Carter and Johnson Among OUA All-Stars


(With files from OUA)

The OUA announced its All-Star selections for the 2011-12 season today. Three Thunderwolves were among them, with Venzal Russell (Detroit, MI) on the first team, and Greg Carter (Ottawa, ON) and Ben Johnson (Pictou, NS) on the second team. A complete list of All Stars from the OUA West and East divisions follows below. Major Awards will be announced tomorrow morning at the Wilson Cup awards breakfast in Waterloo.

Venzal Russell earns his first nod on the First-Team after leading the CIS No. 2 Thunderwolves in scoring with 347 points, good for tenth in OUA. The fourth-year concurrent education student converted on 140 field goals, placing him fourth in the league. Russell was also instrumental in creating opportunities for the offence as he tallied 52 steals.

The Thunderwolves have two representatives on this year’s Second-Team of all-stars.

Guard Ben Johnson finished the year with 271 points and consistently knocked down three-pointers, finishing second in OUA with 60 of them. He also finished second in three-point field goal percentage, at 54.6 percent. Johnson’s prowess behind the arc is even more evident as his 60 three-pointers accounted for three-quarters of his total made baskets.

Joining Johnson on the Second-Team is point guard Greg Carter. The fourth-year guard notched 9.41 points per game and dropped 111 assists for an OUA fourth-best average of 5.05 assists per game this season, with an assist-to-turnover ratio of 2.36.


Venzal Russell – Lakehead
Kale Harrison – Laurier
Lien Phillip – Windsor
Ryan Barbeau – Western
Victor Raso – McMaster
Ben Johnson – Lakehead
Maxwell Allin – Laurier
Daniel McCarthy – Guelph
Josh Collins – Windsor
Greg Carter – Lakehead
Adam Presutti – McMaster
Rotimi Osuntola Jr. – Windsor
Aaron Redpath – McMaster
Will Coulthard – Laurier
Ryan Higgins – Western


Phil Scrubb – Carleton
Tyson Hinz – Carleton
Jahmal Jones – Ryerson
Manny Pasquale – Laurentian
Johnny Berhanemeskel – Ottawa
Andrew Wasik – Toronto
Willy Manigat – Carleton
Jordon Gauthier – Ryerson
Elliot Thompson – Carleton
David Tyndale - York
Mike L’Africain – Ottawa
Alex Ratte – Laurentian
Aaron Best – Ryerson
Richard Iheadindu – York
Vikas Gill – Ottawa