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.
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.
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.
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.
Third-year Varsity Blues skater Chyna Hui came away from the OUA Winter Invitational well decorated, thanks to her four medal-winning performances at the event, and adding to her haul is an OUA Peak Performer of the Week nod.
Upenieks made history as she earned her second career individual title in leading the University of Toronto Varsity Blues women's golf team to their sixth straight OUA banner this past weekend in Ottawa.
Christian Hauck, a third-year global studies major, continued his strong record from the 2016 season where he achieved the OUA Men’s Baseball Top Pitcher and the OUA Men’s Baseball First Team All-Star.
Ali Richmond (Toronto, Ont.) of the Queen's women's squash team has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after she led the Gaels to their third straight title this past weekend.