• 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.
  • Helen He, Tennis, Western
    October 09, 2018
    It was a winning start to the OUA banner season for the Western Mustangs and leading the way to the team's first banners of 2018-19 were standouts Helen He and Andre Szilvassy.
  • Gabriel Nakonechny, Baseball, Toronto
    October 01, 2018
    Fourth-year veteran Gabriel Nakonechny hit for the cycle in leading the OUA defending champion Varsity Blues baseball team to a dominant 17-1 victory over the Waterloo Warriors on Saturday.
  • Alex Nolan, Baseball, Brock
    September 24, 2018
    Helping the Brock Badgers baseball team extend their winning streak on Sunday was pitcher Alex Nolan, who proved to be a puzzle the Rams couldn’t solve on the mound.
  • Claire Konning, Golf, Waterloo
    September 17, 2018
    To say Claire Konning had a hot start to the 2018 OUA golf season would be a massive understatement, and her torrid efforts on the link have garnered her this week's OUA Peak Performer selection.
  • Kiah Shanks, Lacrosse, Queen's
    September 10, 2018
    Kiah Shanks, a member of the Queen’s Gaels lacrosse team, not only takes home the Tricolour’s Female Athlete of the Week award, but also grabs the OUA spotlight as this week’s Peak Performer.
  • Dylan Young, Rugby, Queen's
    September 04, 2018
    During a season opening matchup with the Waterloo Warriors on Saturday, Queen’s men’s rugby Dylan Young provided an offensive outburst that added to the Gaels 74-6 victory
  • Melissa Eratostene, Figure Skating, Toronto
    March 13, 2018
    Melissa Eratostene won one gold and earned two silver medals in leading the University of Toronto Varsity Blues figure skating team to their third straight OUA title.
  • Zoë Williams, Nordic Skiing, Carleton
    February 27, 2018
    Williams had a sensational weekend for the Ravens at the 2018 OUA Nordic Skiing Championships in Thunder Bay, leading the Carleton women’s squad to a third straight conference title.
  • Bethany So, Badminton, Toronto
    February 20, 2018
    Bethany So, was named the OUA Female MVP for the third time in her career, while leading the Varsity Blues to the 2018 OUA badminton title.
  • Heather Mclachlan, Squash, Brock
    February 13, 2018
    Brock rookie Heather Mclachlan capped off the most successful season in the history of Badgers squash this past weekend at the 2018 OUA Championship.
  • William Kinney, Fencing, Toronto
    February 06, 2018
    Not only did Kinney earn his third Schwnende-Tully Trophy in four years, the men’s sabre individual champion was also part of the Blues squad that finished first in the men’s sabre team relay.
  • Chyna Hui, Figure Skating, Toronto
    January 30, 2018
    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.
  • Zhiyi Chen, Badminton, UOIT
    January 16, 2018
    A week after reaching the finals of the Ryerson Open (the first ever Ridgeback to reach an A Flight finals), Zhiyi Chen helped the UOIT badminton continue their strong campaign.
  • Bethany So, Badminton, Toronto
    January 09, 2018
    Bethany So kicked off 2018 with a bang, winning the women’s singles competition and earning a second-place finish in women’s doubles at the 2018 Ryerson Winter Open.
  • Emirhan Ozdemir, Water Polo, Toronto
    November 28, 2017
    Fourth-year goalie Emirhan Ozdemir led the Varsity Blues men’s water polo team to their second straight OUA championship title this past weekend at Carleton University.
  • Rose Williams, Laurier, Lacrosse
    October 24, 2017
    The host Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks may not have come away with a medal, but they certainly received a standout performance from Rose Williams.
  • Laura Upenieks, Golf, Toronto
    October 17, 2017
    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.
  • Sasha Obucina, Tennis, Toronto
    October 10, 2017
    Third-year veteran Sasha Obucina went 3-0 in the No. 1 singles position in leading the Varsity Blues men’s tennis team to a silver-medal finish at the OUA championships this past weekend.
  • Christian Hauck, Baseball, Laurier
    October 03, 2017
    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, Queen's, Squash
    February 08, 2017
    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.
  • Daniel Ugray, Toronto, Water Polo
    November 28, 2016
    University of Toronto water polo standout Daniel Ugray (Budapest, Hungary) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after he helped the Varsity Blues recapture the OUA banner this past weekend.
  • Mark Perrin, Guelph, Men's Rugby
    November 15, 2016
    Guelph fly half Mark Perrin (Mississauga, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after helping the Gryphons capture the Turner Trophy as OUA men's rugby champions for the first time since 1998.
  • Dylan Young, Queen's, Rugby
    November 08, 2016
    Queen's scrum half Dylan Young (Toronto, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after helping the Gaels reach Sunday's OUA Men's Rugby Championship.
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