OUA Athletes of the Week
Mike Rocca, Basketball, Windsor
February 20, 2018 If there was ever a way to close out your final regular season, Mike Rocca did just that, and in doing so, the Windsor Lancers veteran has been named the OUA Male Athlete of the Week.
Kaitlin Jewer, Curling, Laurier
February 20, 2018 The province’s biggest stage was no match for Kaitlin Jewer, as the Laurier skip not only helped her rink earn the women’s title, but she also earns OUA Female Athlete of the Week honours.
Eli Wall, Swimming, Toronto
February 13, 2018 Backed by well-decorated experience on the OUA’s biggest stage, Toronto Varsity Blues swimming Eli Wall continued his dominance in the pool at the 2018 OUA Swimming Championship.
Kylie Masse, Swimming, Toronto
February 13, 2018 Varsity Blues swimming standout Kylie Masse was her usual dominant self at the 2018 OUA Swimming Championship, and as a result, has earned this week’s Female Athlete of the Week nod.
Slater Doggett, Hockey, Queen's
February 06, 2018 Slater Doggett had a big week for the Gaels men’s hockey team, as Queen's won the Carr-Harris Cup over RMC and stole a win over Carleton in Ottawa.
Sarah Hammond, Track & Field, Guelph
February 06, 2018 The performances keep getting better for Guelph Gryphons captain Sarah Hammond – one of the emerging track and field stars in U SPORTS.
Ben Zahra, Wrestling, McMaster
January 30, 2018 A spotless effort on the mats at the Ontario Junior Championships has earned McMaster’s Ben Zahra OUA Male Athlete of the Week honours.
Stephanie Pascal, Hockey, Queen's
January 30, 2018 Stephanie Pascal of the Queen’s women's hockey team backstopped her Gaels to a pair of wins and herself to an OUA Female Athlete of the Week nod.
Manny Diressa, Basketball, Ryerson
January 23, 2018 Ryerson’s Manny Diressa was unstoppable from the floor this week, collecting 77 points and 23 rebounds in a pair of Rams wins, en route to earning OUA Male Athlete of the Week honours.
Emma Pye, Hockey, Waterloo
January 23, 2018 It was a weekend to remember for Waterloo’s Emma Pye, as her memorable moments and sizzling stats have earned her OUA Female Athlete of the Week honours.
Kara Stephan, Volleyball, RMC
January 16, 2018 Thanks to an impressive start to 2018, Stephan is now leading the OUA in kills, points, and service aces.
Rachel Seeley, Hockey, Ryerson
January 09, 2018 Rachel Seeley had as close to the perfect start to a new year a goaltender could have, backstopping her Rams to a pair of wins over Windsor and Laurier this weekend.
Ben Blasko, Hockey, UOIT
December 05, 2017 UOIT men's hockey player Ben Blasko had himself quite a week in helping the Ridgebacks end their fall schedule on a high note.
Sofia Paska, Basketball, Ryerson
December 05, 2017 Sofia Paska not only sparked her Ryerson Rams women’s basketball team to a pair of wins this week, but also achieved a personal milestone.
Kadre Gray, Basketball, Laurentian
November 28, 2017 For the second time in a four week span, the powerful play of Laurentian Voyageurs’ Kadre Gray has earned him Athlete of the Week honours.
Kylie Masse, Swimming, Toronto
November 28, 2017 Fourth-year swimmer Kylie Masse earned four individual and two relay gold medals at the OUA Fairweather division championships this past weekend.
Eddie Ekiyor, Basketball, Carleton
November 21, 2017 Ekiyor, a second-year forward, recorded three consecutive double-doubles in Carleton's wins over U SPORTS No.9 uOttawa, Windsor and Western at the Ravens' Nest last week.
Hilary Hanaka, Basketball, McMaster
November 21, 2017 In the absence of her fellow veteran leader, Hilary Hanaka led the Marauders, and the game, in scoring on consecutive nights; truly putting McMaster on her back for a pair of lopsided weekend wins at Burridge Gym.
Daniel Vautour, Hockey, RMC
November 14, 2017 Not only did Vautour backstop the Paladins to their first two victories of the season, but did so against a top-ten squad in all of Canada.
Sasha Gollish, Cross Country, Toronto
November 14, 2017 Not only has University of Toronto women's cross country champion Sasha Gollish been named the Varsity Blues female athlete of the week, but the OUA’s female standout as well.
November 07, 2017 It was a winning week for the Laurentian Voyageurs Men’s Basketball team and a key contributor to their two victories was Kadre Gray.
Victoria Hinchliffe, Soccer, Guelph
November 07, 2017 The Gryphons Women's Soccer team is coming off of the biggest weekend in program history as they captured their first ever OUA title and they couldn't have done it without Victoria Hinchliffe.
Praveen Ahilan, Soccer, Ryerson
October 31, 2017 Postseason soccer has been front and centre this past week, and making his mark in a pair of playoff games was Ryerson’s Praveen Ahilan.
Evan MacEachern, Hockey, Toronto
October 24, 2017 Second-year defenceman Evan MacEachern scored two goals and added one assist as the Varsity Blues men's hockey team went 1-1 on their home opening weekend at Varsity Arena.
Madeline Albert, Hockey, Toronto
October 24, 2017 Rookie goalie Madeline Albert combined for 51 saves and recorded two shut outs in her first two U SPORTS starts in leading the Varsity Blues women's hockey team to a six-point season-opening weekend.
Phil Vranic, Swimming, Guelph
October 17, 2017 Vranic was a workhorse in the Gryphons' opening weekend of the OUA season -- and he went home with lots of hardware.
Emmanuela Jada, Rugby, Guelph
October 17, 2017 In Jada's first full start of the season, an OUA semi-final against her former side the York Lions, she proved unstoppable.