• Bethany So, Badminton, Toronto
    March 03, 2020
    Seasoned veteran Bethany So earned her fourth-straight OUA women’s most valuable player honour in leading the Varsity Blues badminton team to the 2020 provincial banner on home court this past weekend.
  • Zoë Williams, Nordic Skiing, Carleton
    February 24, 2020
    For the fifth year in a row, the Carleton Ravens women’s team found a golden finish on the provincial stage, and right at the centre of their success once again was the ever-speedy veteran Zoë Williams.
  • Keiko Marshall, Figure Skating, Toronto
    February 18, 2020
    Fourth-year veteran Keiko Marshall won three gold medals, while adding one silver in leading the Toronto Varsity Blues figure skating team to their fifth consecutive OUA championship title this past week at Ryerson University.
  • Marlow Benson, Squash, Queen's
    February 10, 2020
    Marlow Benson of the women's squash team made the most of her debut banner season appearance, playing out of the No. 1 position and leading the five-time reigning champion Queen’s Gaels to their sixth straight OUA banner.
  • Ben Mucsi, Fencing, Toronto
    February 03, 2020
    The Varsity Blues continued their dominance in men’s fencing this past weekend, and right at the heart of their fifth consecutive OUA banner win was epee standout Ben Mucsi.
  • Emma Jianopoulos, Figure Skating, Toronto
    January 27, 2020
    Fourth-year veteran Emma Jianopoulos won three events in leading the four-time reigning champion Varsity Blues figure skating team to victory at the 2020 Winter Invitational, January 21-22, in Aylmer, Ont.
  • Hugo Clements, Fencing, RMC
    January 13, 2020
    In the final tune up before the OUA Men's Fencing Championship on February 1-2, RMC standout Hugo Clements led his team to a gold medal finish in the men's sabre team relay at the Carleton Team Invitational tournament.
  • Andrei Velasevic, Water Polo, Toronto
    December 02, 2019
    Third-year veteran Andrei Velasevic was named the most valuable goalie and an all-star in leading the Varsity Blues men’s water polo team to their fourth consecutive OUA championship title this past weekend in London.
  • Dylan Young, Rugby, Queen's
    November 25, 2019
    The OUA MVP, Dylan Young, led the Gaels to a national bronze at the Canadian University Rugby Championships in Montreal and was named First-Team Tournament All-Star for his efforts last week.
  • Dylan Young, Rugby, Queen's
    November 11, 2019
    OUA MVP Dylan Young continued his standout campaign in the final game of the conference schedule, leading the Queen’s Gaels to their third straight provincial title.
  • Trystan Cleveland, Rugby, RMC
    November 04, 2019
    The RMC Paladins men’s rugby team is riding a wave of momentum as they play their way through the consolation playoffs, with their latest win coming as perhaps the most impressive behind a leading effort from Trystan Cleveland.
  • Curtis Ames, Rowing, Western
    October 29, 2019
    A year after claiming Peak Performer honours in last year’s OUA Rowing Championships, Curtis Ames accomplished the feat once again after turning in a performance fitting of a team captain.
  • Leah Michel, Lacrosse, Trent
    October 21, 2019
    After earning a title in her first year with the Excalibur, Trent’s Leah Michel earned another one in her senior year, leading her team to an OUA lacrosse championship over the weekend.
  • Alyssa Getty, Golf, Windsor
    October 15, 2019
    In her first OUA championship appearance, Windsor Lancers standout Alyssa Getty claimed the Judy McCrae Trophy as the women’s individual champion, shooting a two-day total of 154 (79,75).
  • Andrew Cox, Golf, Laurier
    October 07, 2019
    Before teeing off for the purple and gold at the OUA Championships, Andrew Cox put in one final invitational performance and did so in golden fashion.
  • Elanna Lachaine-Demarchi, Golf, Waterloo
    September 30, 2019
    It was a golden stretch for Elanna Lachaine-Demarchi on the links this week, as she found herself atop not one, but two leaderboards for the Warriors.
  • Josiah Dixon, Golf, Guelph
    September 23, 2019
    Dixon, the talented native of Owen Sound who is now in his second season with the Guelph Gryphons men’s golf team, took home a pair of impressive performances at both the Western and Brock Invitationals.
  • Christian Hauck, Baseball, Laurier
    September 16, 2019
    Christian Hauck was firing on all cylinders in his start this week for the purple and gold, anchoring Laurier to a big win against a key rival thanks to his complete game shutout.
  • Nicole Martindale, Lacrosse, Ontario Tech
    September 09, 2019
    Scoring was the name of the game for Nicole Martindale on the weekend, as she, along with her Ontario Tech women’s lacrosse team, got their 2019 play off to a sizzling start.
  • Zoë Williams, Nordic Skiing, Carleton
    February 19, 2019
    For the second year in a row, Carleton’s Zoë Williams turned in a performance that topped a pair of individual podiums, as the Ravens’ Nordic skiing all-star was in her element at this weekend’s OUA championships.
  • Sydney Maxwell, Squash, Queen's
    February 11, 2019
    Sydney Maxwell of the Queen’s women's squash team was instrumental in helping the Gaels continue their championship streak on the courts, taking on the No. 1 role for the now five-time reigning champions at last weekend’s OUA Squash Championships.
  • Kayla Lambie, Fencing, Western
    February 04, 2019
    When championship time rolls around, it’s time to step up, which is exactly what Western’s Kayla Lambie did at this weekend’s OUA Women’s Fencing Championship at Brock University.
  • Gerson Zamor, Fencing, RMC
    January 14, 2019
    Returning to his hometown, Gerson Zamor led his RMC Paladins team to sabre gold just one month out from the OUA Men's Fencing Championship.
  • Euan Scoffield, Water Polo, Toronto
    December 03, 2018
    Fourth-year veteran Euan Scoffield earned Most Valuable Player honours in leading the host University of Toronto Varsity Blues to their third straight provincial title at the 2018 OUA men’s water polo championship.
  • Garrett Whelan, Fencing, RMC
    November 19, 2018
    Garrett Whelan, the reigning OUA bronze medalist in men's sabre, went undefeated on Sunday at the 2018 Brock Open en route to a gold medal in a field of over 60 competitors in senior men's sabre.
  • Andrew Quattrin, Rugby, Laurier
    November 12, 2018
    Playing in his final game as a Hawk, Laurier’s Andrew Quattrin stepped up in a big way for the purple and gold, just like he has throughout his five-year career.
  • Mackenzie Kea, Rugby, Guelph
    November 06, 2018
    Mackenzie Kea doesn't always get the glory in his role on the Gryphons men's rugby team and the towering 6-6, 275-pound lock doesn't necessarily mind it. Kea is usually called on to use his power to support teammates at both ends of the pitch, but with Guelph's season on the line, the fifth-year lock unexpectedly took on a different role.
  • Curtis Ames, Rowing, Western
    October 29, 2018
    After seeing their mini two-year banner streak snapped a year ago, the Western Mustangs men’s rowers reclaimed the top spot at the 2018 event, with captain Curtis Ames playing a key role.
  • Annie Lloyd, Lacrosse, Queen's
    October 22, 2018
    At the centre of the Queen's Gaels’ banner season triumph, their first in lacrosse in nearly two decades, was Annie Lloyd's nine point output and all-around strong play across the championship weekend.
  • Heather McDougall, Lacrosse, Toronto
    October 15, 2018
    A second-year attack/midfielder, Heather McDougall scored seven goals and added 11 assists in helping the Varsity Blues women’s lacrosse team to three victories over the weekend.
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