Saint Mary’s Awards 2015/16
Rachelle Coward and Stephen MacAulay named top Athletes
Fifth year guard Rachelle Coward and 3rd year forward Stephen MacAulay have been named Saint Mary’s Male and Female Athlete of the Year.
Coward who came back this season after an ankle injury left her sidelined in 2014/15 ankle and lead her team in scoring and was named a 1st team AUS All-star.
Stephen MacAulay played in all 28 regular season, 9 playoff games and led the team in scoring with 34 points, and added 4 in the CIS University Cup. MacAulay was named a conference 2nd team all-star.
Other winners were:
President’s Female – Maddie Clark (Volleyball) This year’s winner in a Dean’s list student and a two time CIS Academic All- Canadian last year posting a perfect 4.30 GPA in Science. She started in 17 matches, was first in team attacks, 2nd in team digs.
President’s Male – Bradley Greene (Hockey) This student athlete is soon to be a 4 time Academic All-Canadian. Competing in 24 regular season games, and 9 playoff games, he compiled 18 points. Bradley is leaving Saint Mary's and has been accepted into Memorial University for medical school.
Female Rookie of the Year – Rebecca Clark (Women’s Hockey) Rebecca started and played in 16 regular season games and 9 playoff games this year for the Huskies. She finished second in the league with a 1.86 goals-against average, adding a .914 save percentage in the regular season. She led her team to an AUS first place finish and AUS title and was named the conference Rookie of the Year.
Male Rookie of the Year – Anthony Repaci (Men’s Hockey) This rookie recovered from an injury in the pre-season, and came back and played in 21 regular season games and 9 playoff games. He had 12 points in regular season play, 3 points in AUS playoffs and 4 points in the CIS University Cup. He was named Player of the Game in the Huskies thrilling 3-2 win over the #1 ranked UQTR Patriotes at the Scotiabank Centre.
Unsung Hero – Carly Gray (Women’s Hockey) Carly is a model of consistency and true team player. She is a graduating 4th year player who embodies what is means to be a student-athlete. Off the ice, she is the consummate team player, professional in her demeanour and behaviour.
Dr. David Petrie Award – Breagh Harrie & Jack Hull
Manager of the Year – JD & Mike Fines
Men’s Basketball – Brian Rouse (2015/16)
Women’s Basketball – Rachelle Coward (2015/16)
Rugby – Hannah Wallace (2015)
Women’s Soccer – Fiorella Morales (2015)
Men’s Hockey – Stephen MacAulay (2015/16)
Men’s Soccer – Christian Oxner (2015)
Volleyball – Erica Dowling (2015/16)
Cross Country (F) – Meghan Clark (2015)
Cross Country (M) – Jonathan Peverill (2015)
Track & Field (F) – Meghan Clark (2015/16)
Track & Field (M) – Matthew Musoke (2015/16)
Women’s Hockey – Caitlyn Schell (2015/16)
Football – Rick LeMoignan (2015)
Athletic Department Awards
Windhorst and Peters named Athletes of the Year 2014/15
The Department of Athletics and Recreation announced that Rachel Windhorst (2nd year Volleyball) and Anthony Peters (4th year Hockey) were named their top female and male athletes of the year.
Team MVP winners were:
Cross Country (F) – Meghan Clarke
Cross Country (M) – John Kuto
Track & Field (F) – Anissa Owen
Track & Field (M) – Matthew Musoke
Field Hockey – Brittany Avery
Rugby – Renee Champagne
Men’s Soccer – Adam Miller
Women’s Soccer – Sophie Langille
Football – Jonathan Langa
Volleyball – Rachel Windhorst & Shelby Michaels
Women’s Hockey – Sarah Douglas
Men’s Hockey – Anthony Peters
Men’s Basketball – Marquis Clayton & Osman Barrie
Women’s Basketball – Angelina Carvery
Manager of the Year – JD Fines, Men’s Hockey
Unsung Hero – Jenelle Rogers, Women’s Hockey
In the major award category, Shelby Michaels (Volleyball) and Bradley Greene, Hockey were awarded the President’s Award for best academic and athletic performance.
Kennisha-Shanice Lubressie of basketball was named the Female Rooke of the Year and Ben Duffy from men’s hockey was awarded male rookie honours.
The final two major awards of the night were awarded to Rachel Windhorst, Volleyball and Anthony Peters, Hockey. Windhorst, a 2nd year leftside, led the league in kills, kills per set, total points, and was named the AUS MVP and a CIS first team all-canadian. Fourth year Blyth, ON native, Anthony Peters was recently named the CIS goaltender of the year and a 1st team All-Canadian.
2013/14 Colley and Peters top athletes at SMU
2012/13 Team MVP’s
Football – Brett Lauther (2012)
Rugby – Jean Baker (2012)
Volleyball – Ariel Smith (2012/13)
Women’s Basketball – Justin Colley (2012/13)
Men’s Hockey – Anthony Peters (2012/13)
Women’s Hockey – Sienna Cooke (2012/13)
Men’s Basketball – Harry Ezenibe (2012/13)
Women’s Soccer – Michelle Yates (2012)
Men’s Soccer – Derek Gaudet (2012)
Field Hockey – Mandy Avery (2012)
Cross Country (F) – Julie Hopper
Cross Country (M) – Alexis Lavoie-Gilbert
Track & Field (F) – Anissa Owen
Track & Field (M) – Jake Wing
Female Athlete – Justine Colley, Basketball
Male Athlete – Lucas Bloodoff, Hockey
Female Rookie – Sienna Cooke, Hockey
Male Rookie – Kevin Thomas, Basketball
President – Male – Matthew Albright, Football
President – Female – Mandy Avery, Field Hockey
Dr. David Petrie Award – Chrisina Martinell
Robert G. Hayes – Joe Chrvala
Vern Creighton Award (Manager of the Year) – Paul Cyr, Hockey
John Jones Award (Unsung Hero) – Patrick O’Keefe, Hockey