357 – Yards per game through the air for Laurier Golden Hawks quarterback Michael Knevel. The Brantford product has picked up where he left off in the playoffs last year, sitting third in the league in completion percentage and fourth in total yards through the air, despite only playing in two games so far. His 149.4 pass efficiency puts him third in the league in that category.
92 – Percent scoring averaging in the red zone for all 11 teams across the Laurier. The Golden Hawks, Mauraders, Gaels, Varsity Blues, and Warriors all sit at a 100% conversion rate. Waterloo leads the way with 11 touchdowns in the rezone, scoring touchdowns on 85% of their drives in that area of the field.
44- Number of saves by Laurentian's Connor Vande Weghe. In five games for the Voyageurs this season, Vande Weghe owns a .846 save percentage, while also collecting a win.
32.5 – Tackles by Carleton Ravens linebacker Leon Cenerini. Through three game's this season, the fifth-year standout leads the league in total tackles and solo tackles, with 28 coming on his own. He also sits fifth in the league with 2.5 stats. In last week's near comeback against the Golden Hawks, Cenerini lead the team with 13 tackles, 4.5 more than his closest teammate Josh Walsh.
6- Brock women rugby players that sit in the top 10 for individual scoring statistics. Megan Hart, the fly half from Brantford, leads the league with 33 points, as well as 15 conversions. Hart's teammates sit in third, fourth, fifth, eight and ninth in individual scoring. The Badgers explosive offence has put up 179 points in a pair of wins over Waterloo and Trent, while only allowing seven.
5- Game winning streak for UOIT women's soccer. The lady Ridgebacks, who are currently ranked second in the country, have defeated the Ravens, Gee-Gees, Excalibur, Rams, and Varsity Blues. Through five games this season, UOIT has found the back of the net 12 times while only giving up five.
4- Teams that remain undefeated in OUA men's rugby. The Guelph Gryphons, Queen's Gaels, Brock Badgers and McMaster Mauraders all sit at 2-0. The Gryphons have only allowed five points, while the Gael's have put up 132 points while only allowing seven. Brock has the two top individual leaders in scoring, and McMaster has defeated Western and Trent so far.