McGill hockey duo among CIS athlete of the year nominees for BLG Awards


Published: 18Apr2012


CALGARY - Two student-athletes from McGill University are among eight national finalists announced Wednesday for the 20th Annual BLG Awards gala, established in 1993 to recognize the top female and male athletes from universities affiliated with Canadian Interuniversity Sport. The event is sponsored by the law firm of Borden Ladner Gervais.


McGill hockey players Ann-Sophie Bettez of Sept-Iles, Que., and Marc-André Dorion of St. Hubert, Que., will represent the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) at the gala, scheduled for April 30, where each nominee will be honoured, with one female and one male winner receiving a $10,000 post-graduate scholarship in front of more than 1,000 guests at the EPCOR Centre's Jack Singer Concert Hall in Calgary.


The awards show will premiere on TSN on Saturday, May 26, at 1:30 p.m. EDT.


McGill leads all CIS institutions with 17 nominees, nine of them women, in 20 years who have earned a conference nomination for the BLG Awards. Among the previous McGill nominees was current Habs left-winger Mathieu Darche, who was a BLG finalist in 2000 and Randy Chevrier (2001), a long-snapper and defensive lineman with the Calgary Stampeders, who also played in the NFL with Dallas and Cincinnati. Two McGill students have won the award, namely Olympic goaltender Kim St. Pierre in 2003 and distance runner Dr. Linda Thyer in 1995.


"We are extremely excited to be hosting the 20th Anniversary of the BLG Awards in Calgary," said Doug Mitchell, national co-chair of BLG. "We continue to be amazed by the talents and accomplishments of these outstanding athletes. Each year, as we follow the past winners and hear about their accomplishments or what they are involved in, we realize how important their university sports background has been to them. We congratulate the universities who have provided the great education and athletic programs for these students to succeed in their careers."


"The BLG Awards is the event we look most forward to all year long," said Marg McGregor, chief executive officer of CIS. "With over 10,000 student-athletes competing in CIS, the BLG Awards highlight eight exceptional individuals and we are extremely proud of their accomplishments and unrelenting pursuit of excellence."


Bettez, a 5-foot-4 forward from Sept-Iles, Que., wrapped up her record-setting university career this winter with the highest individual honour in CIS women's hockey, the Brodrick Trophy presented to the most outstanding player in the country. It was the latest of countless individual and team awards that the two-time conference MVP and scoring leader has received during her five campaigns with the Martlets, including CIS rookie of the year, five selections as a first-team Quebec all-star, five nods as a CIS all-Canadian (three on the first squad), five RSEQ championships and as many appearances at the CIS tournament, including three national titles, one silver and one bronze.


Prior to her arrival on the Montreal downtown campus, the Martlets had never claimed the CIS banner.


When he recruited Bettez out of Dawson College back in 2007, McGill head coach Peter Smith knew he was adding a special player to his roster for the next five seasons. But did he really know she was that good?


"She is a coach's dream -- keeps it simple, plays an uncomplicated style of game and brings a great combination of skill and grit. She is the hardest worker on a team full of hard workers and I hold her work ethic up as the standard for the young players on our team to strive for," says Smith, who served seven years with the national women's program and was an assistant coach on the squad that won Olympic gold in 2010. "Her growth and development as a player, student and person has been incredible."


In her fifth and final CIS season, Bettez, who graduated last year with a bachelor of commerce degree and is currently working towards a public relations diploma, finished second in RSEQ scoring with 37 points in 20 league games before adding 13 points in eight playoff contests. She is McGill's all-time leader in goals (85), assists (87) and points (172) in 91 regular season matches and also owns the team's overall records in all three categories with 148-175-323 in 196 career games.


The 24-year-old has also enjoyed success on the international stage over the years. Back in 2010, she helped the Canadian under-22 squad capture gold at the MLP Nations Cup in Germany after guided the team to a silver-medal finish at the same tourney the previous year. In 2011, she once again triumphed with the Maple Leaf jersey on her back, this time claiming gold with a group of CIS all-stars at the Winter Universiade in Turkey.


"I think it's the dream of every little girl to be on the national team, and I'd definitely like to try to make the big team," she said. "I just have to keep working harder and hopefully they invite you to be part of the national program. I'm definitely going to be playing hockey (next season); whether it's here or somewhere else, still undecided. The future is still to come."


The three other women joining Bettez in the running for the Jim Thompson Trophy presented to the female BLG Award recipient are Tyson Beukeboom of Uxbridge, Ont., a rugby player from St. Francis Xavier University; Jacey Murphy of Alliston, Ont., a rugby player from the University of Guelph; and Robyn Pendleton of Victoria, a field hockey player from the University of British Columbia.


On the men's side, the McGill hockey team has apparently become a farm club for the BLG Awards. Or at least it appears that way, as Dorion's nomination in 2012 marks the third straight year a member of the Redmen is in the running for CIS' highest individual honour, following forwards Francis Verreault-Paul (2010) and Alexandre Picard-Hooper (2011).


We will probably never know if the BLG Awards had anything to do with it, but the talented trio was at the forefront of one of the greatest accomplishments in the storied history of athletics at McGill, in late March at Fredericton. As the CIS University Cup championship was celebrating its 50th anniversary, it seemed only fitting that the Redmen, the oldest hockey team in the world, captured their first-ever national title, in their 136th season, thanks to a thrilling 4-3 overtime win against Western. Following the final, Dorion, Picard-Hooper and Verreault-Paul were all named tournament all-stars, with the latter earning MVP honours.


Hoisting the University Cup was the crowning moment of Dorion's remarkable university career. He signed a pro contract this week to play for EHC Linz, which just claimed the championship of the Erste Bank Eishockey Liga, the top league in Austria.


"Obviously, (winning the CIS title in overtime over Western) was a huge game for the hockey program to finally win the national championship that we've been waiting to do for so long," said Dorion. "And seeing that final goal in overtime was the best moment in my life, that's for sure."


Prior to the CIS national tourney, the 5-foot-11, 185-pound rearguard was voted MVP of the OUA East division, CIS defenceman of year for the second time in three seasons and a first-team all-Canadian for the third straight campaign. Over his four years, the alternate captain and physical education major guided McGill to three conference titles, four trips to the CIS championship and two appearances in the University Cup final. He will graduate as the highest-scoring blueliner in school history with a 38-154-192 record in 174 games overall.


"Marc-André is an elite CIS defenceman who excels at both ends of the ice. He's also an outstanding student and a well-respected leader within our team," says McGill bench boss Kelly Nobes about his team MVP, who made the Principal's Student-athlete Honour Roll and was honoured by the CIS last fall as one of the Top 8 Academic All-Canadians in the country.


In 2011-12, Dorion topped all CIS defencemen with 39 points in 28 league games, a tally that was good enough for seventh place in the CIS scoring race. He became the first rearguard in history to lead the Redmen in scoring. Perhaps his most impressive statistic however was that he was assessed only four penalty minutes during the regular season and had no PIMs in his 10 post-season games, a remarkable accomplishment for a defenceman.


Of course, Dorion's success with the Redmen came as no surprise to hockey observers. After all, the veteran of five QMJHL seasons has received NHL tryouts with Dallas, Phoenix and Toronto over the years.  In 2009, he received the Prix d 'Excellence Guy Lafleur for his outstanding achievement in academics and hockey. Last year, he helped Canada claim bronze at the 2011 world university winter games in Turkey.


Joining Dorion as finalists for the Doug Mitchell Trophy presented to the CIS male athlete of the year are Andrew Clark of Brandon, Man., a hockey player from Acadia University; Kyle Quinlan of South Woodslee, Ont., a football player from McMaster University; and Ben Ball of Abbottsford, B.C., a volleyball player from Trinity Western University.


The BLG Awards are based on athletic accomplishments, outstanding sportsmanship and leadership. Each of the 52 CIS schools selects one female and one male athlete of the year. From these nominees, one female and one male athlete are chosen within each of the four regional associations: Atlantic University Sport (AUS), Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ), Ontario University Athletics (OUA) and Canada West Universities Athletic Association (CWUAA). To be eligible, a student-athlete must have competed in a CIS sport for a minimum of two years and cannot be a previous recipient of a BLG Award.


All nominees receive a commemorative gold ring and winners are presented with a trophy and a $10,000 scholarship to attend a Canadian university graduate school. Winners are selected by the Canadian Athletic Foundation, a not-for-profit board established for the purpose of administering the BLG Awards and protecting the integrity of the selection process. The CAF Board of Trustees consists of 21 members from five Canadian cities representing major corporations from across the country who are committed to ensuring that Canadian university athletes receive the recognition they deserve.




2011-12: Ann-Sophie Bettez (McGill - hockey) / Marc-André Dorion (McGill - hockey)

2010-11: Véronique Laverdière (Montréal - soccer)  / Alex-Picard-Hooper (McGill - hockey)

2009-10: Véronique Maranda (Montréal - soccer)  / Francis Verreault-Paul (McGill - hockey)

2008-09: Charline Labonté, (McGill - hockey) / Étienne Légaré (Laval - football)

2007-08: *Laetitia Tchoualack  (Montréal - volleyball)  / Jamall Lee (Bishop's - football)

2006-07: Audrey Lacroix (Montreal - swimming)  / Patrick Donovan (Concordia - football)

2005-06: *Marylène Laplante (Laval - volleyball)  / Mathieu Poitras (McGill - hockey)

2004-05: Danielle Day (McGill - soccer) / Christian Bernier (Montreal - volleyball)

2003-04: Martine Dugrenier (Concordia - wrestling)  / Ryan Tomicic (McGill - swimming)

2002-03: *Kim St-Pierre (McGill - hockey) / Patrick Banim-Massok (UQAM - track & field)

2001-02: Sophie Simard (Laval - swimming) / David Stipe (Bishop's - football)

2000-01: Sophie Simard (Laval - swimming) / Randy Chevrier (McGill - football)

1999-00: Sarah Ali-Khan (McGill - track & field) / Mathieu Darche (McGill - hockey)

1998-99: *Corinne Swirsky (Concordia - hockey) / *Alex Marchand (Sherbrooke - track & field)

1997-98: Corinne Swirsky (Concordia - hockey)  / Hugues Legault  (Montreal - swimming)

1996-97: Sonia Paquette (Sherbrooke - track & field)  / Pierre Gendron (McGill - hockey)

1995-96: Vicky Tessier (McGill - basketball) / Trevor Lovig  (Bishop's - football)

1994-95: *Linda Thyer (McGill - track & field) / Emerson Thomas  (Concordia - basketball)

1993-94: Linda Thyer (McGill - track & field) / Michel Cazes  (Laval - volleyball)

1992-93: Andrea Nugent (McGill - swimming) / François Gravel (Laval - swimming)


*national recipient of a BLG Award





2010-11: Jessica Clemençon (Windsor - basketball) / Tyson Hinz (Carleton - basketball)

2009-10: Liz Cordonier (UBC - volleyball) / Erik Glavic (Calgary - football)

2008-09: Annamay Pierse (UBC - swimming) / Joel Schmuland (Alberta - volleyball)

2007-08: Laetitia Tchoualack (Montreal - volleyball) / Rob Hennigar (UNB - hockey)

2006-07: Jessica Zelinka (Calgary - track & field) / Josh Howatson (Trinity Western - volleyball)

2005-06: Marylène Laplante (Laval - volleyball) / Osvaldo Jeanty (Carleton - basketball)

2004-05: Adrienne Power (Dalhousie - track & field) / Jesse Lumsden (McMaster - football)

2003-04: Joanna Niemczewska (Calgary - volleyball) / Adam Ens (Saskatchewan - volleyball)

2002-03: Kim St-Pierre (McGill - hockey) / Ryan McKenzie (Windsor - cross country & track)

2001-02: Elizabeth Warden (Toronto - swimming) / Brian Johns (UBC - swimming)

2000-01: Leighann Doan (Calgary - basketball) / Kojo Aidoo (McMaster - football)

1999-00: Jenny Cartmell (Alberta - volleyball) / Michael Potts (Western Ontario - soccer)

1998-99: Corinne Swirsky (Concordia - hockey) / Alexandre Marchand (Sherbrooke - track)

1997-98: Foy Williams (Toronto - track & field) / Titus Channer (McMaster - basketball)

1996-97: Terri-Lee Johannesson (Manitoba - basketball) / Curtis Myden (Calgary - swimming)

1995-96: Justine Ellison (Toronto - basketball) / Don Blair (Calgary - football)

1994-95: Linda Thyer (McGill - track & field) / Bill Kubas (Wilfrid Laurier - football)

1993-94: Sandra Carroll (Winnipeg - basketball) / Tim Tindale (Western Ontario - football)

1992-93: Diane Scott (Winnipeg - volleyball) / Andy Cameron (Calgary - volleyball)




(see breakdowns by school & sport below)


Recipients in bold

2011-12 (winners to be announced on April 30)

AUS: Tyson Beukeboom, StFX, rugby

AUS: Andrew Clark, Acadia, hockey

RSEQ: Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill, hockey

RSEQ: Marc-André Dorion, McGill, hockey

OUA: Jacey Murphy, Guelph, rugby

OUA: Kyle Quinlan, McMaster, football

CWUAA: Robyn Pendleton, field hockey, UBC

CWUAA: Ben Ball, Trinity Western, volleyball



AUS: Mariève Provost, Moncton, hockey

AUS: Michael Marousek, StFX, soccer

RSEQ: Véronique Laverdière, Montreal, soccer

RSEQ: Alexandre Picard-Hooper, McGill, hockey

OUA: Jessica Clemençon, Windsor, basketball

OUA: Tyson Hinz, Carleton, basketball

CWUAA: Shanice Marcelle, UBC, volleyball

CWUAA: Graham Vigrass, Calgary, volleyball



AUS: Kelsey Hodgson, Cape Breton, basketball

AUS: Hunter Tremblay, UNB, hockey

QSSF: Véronique Maranda, Montreal, soccer

QSSF: Francis Verreault-Paul, McGill, hockey

OUA: Liz Knox, Wilfrid Laurier, hockey

OUA: Michael Faulds, Western Ontario, football

CWUAA: Liz Cordonier, UBC, volleyball

CWUAA: Erik Glavic, Calgary, football



AUS: Ghislaine Landry, StFX, rugby

AUS: Marc Rancourt, Saint Mary's, hockey

QSSF: Charline Labonté, McGill, hockey

QSSF: Étienne Légaré, Laval, football

OUA: Lindsay Carson, Guelph, cross country / track & field

OUA: Francesco Bruno, York, soccer

CWUAA: Annamay Pierse, UBC, swimming

CWUAA: Joel Schmuland, Alberta, volleyball



AUS: Katherine Quackenbush, Memorial, basketball

AUS: Rob Hennigar, UNB, hockey

QSSF: Laetitia Tchoualack, Montreal, volleyball

QSSF: Jamall Lee, Bishop's, football

OUA: Lindsay DeGroot, McMaster, basketball

OUA: Aaron Doornekamp, Carleton, basketball

CWUAA: Lani Gibbons, Simon Fraser, basketball

CWUAA: Ben Schellenberg, Winnipeg, volleyball



AUS: Leanne Huck, Dalhousie, soccer / track & field

AUS: Jeff Weiler, Dalhousie, volleyball

QSSF: Audrey Lacroix, Montreal, swimming

QSSF: Patrick Donovan, Concordia, football

OUA: Eilish McConville, Queen's, soccer

OUA: Daryl Stephenson, Windsor, football

CWUAA: Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, track & field

CWUAA: Josh Howatson, Trinity Western, volleyball



AUS: Janice Ashworth, Dalhousie, cross country / track & field

AUS: Daniel Monid, UNB, swimming

QSSF: Marylène Laplante, Laval, volleyball

QSSF: Mathieu Poitras, McGill, hockey

OUA: Kate Allgood, Brock, hockey

OUA: Osvaldo Jeanty, Carleton, basketball

CWUAA: Sarah Crooks, Saskatchewan, basketball

CWUAA: Chris Meehan, Trinity Western, volleyball



AUS: Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, track & field

AUS: Daniel Monid, UNB, swimming

QSSF: Danielle Day, McGill, soccer

QSSF: Christian Bernier, Montreal, volleyball

OUA: Cindy Eadie, Wilfrid Laurier, hockey

OUA: Jesse Lumsden, McMaster, football

CWUAA: Kelsie Hendry, Saskatchewan, track & field

CWUAA: Nicholas Cundy, Alberta, volleyball



AUS: Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, track & field

AUS: Chris Stanley, Dalhousie, hockey

QSSF: Martine Dugrenier, Concordia, wrestling

QSSF: Ryan Tomicic, McGill, swimming

OUA: Alison Goodman, Wilfrid Laurier, soccer / hockey

OUA: Mike Smart, Carleton, basketball

CWUAA: Joanna Niemczewska, Calgary, volleyball

CWUAA: Adam Ens, Saskatchewan, volleyball



AUS: Sarah Drake, UCCB, soccer

AUS: Richard Karikari, StFX, football

QSSF: Kim St-Pierre, McGill, hockey

QSSF: Patrick Banim-Massok, UQAM, track & field

OUA: Tara Hedican, Guelph, wrestling

OUA: Ryan McKenzie, Windsor, cross country / track & field

CWUAA: Jessica Kaczowka, Simon Fraser, basketball

CWUAA: Pascal Cardinal, Alberta, volleyball



AUS: Carla Geurts, UNB, swimming

AUS: Mesut Mert, Saint Mary's, soccer

QSSF: Sophie Simard, Laval, swimming

QSSF: David Stipe, Bishop's, football

OUA: Elizabeth Warden, Toronto, swimming

OUA: Ben Chapdelaine, McMaster, football

CWUAA: Teresa Kleindienst, Simon Fraser, basketball

CWUAA: Brian Johns, UBC, swimming



AUAA: Julie Pigozzo, Dalhousie, soccer

AUAA: Jason Sands, St. Thomas, hockey

QSSF: Sophie Simard, Laval, swimming

QSSF: Randy Chevrier, McGill, football

OUA: Jennifer Rawson, Toronto, hockey

OUA: Kojo Aidoo, McMaster, football

GPAC: Brandy West, Regina, hockey

GPAC: Shawn Peters, Regina, track & field

CWUAA: Leighann Doan, Calgary, basketball

CWUAA: Mark Versfeld, UBC, swimming



AUAA: Stefanie Finateri, Dalhousie, soccer

AUAA: Fred Perry, StFX, basketball

QSSF: Sarah Ali-Khan, McGill, cross country / track & field

QSSF: Mathieu Darche, McGill, hockey

OUA: Janet Cook, McMaster, swimming

OUA: Michael Potts, Western Ontario, soccer

GPAC: Erin Soroko, Winnipeg, basketball

GPAC: Mark Gradt, Winnipeg, volleyball

CWUAA: Jenny Cartmell, Alberta, volleyball

CWUAA: Russ Hewson, Alberta, hockey



AUAA: Ann Murrin, Memorial, basketball

AUAA: Éric Lapointe, Mount Allison, football

QSSF: Corinne Swirsky, Concordia, hockey

QSSF: Alexandre Marchand, Sherbrooke, track & field

OUA: Lamide Oyewumi, Toronto, track & field

OUA: Steve Maga, McMaster, basketball

GPAC: Corrin Wersta, Regina, basketball

GPAC: Dale Holmes, Regina, basketball

CWUAA: Stephanie O'Neill, Calgary, soccer

CWUAA: Warren Muzika, Saskatchewan, football



AUAA: Jadranka Crnogorac, Saint Mary's, basketball

AUAA: Jan Trojanowski, Acadia, basketball

QSSF: Corinne Swirsky, Concordia, hockey

QSSF: Hugues Legault, Montreal, swimming

OUA: Foy Williams, Toronto, track & field

OUA: Titus Channer, McMaster, basketball

GPAC: Louise Wlock, Manitoba, volleyball

GPAC: Heath McLeod, Winnipeg, volleyball

CWUAA: Sarah Evanetz, UBC, swimming

CWUAA: Mark Nohra, UBC, football



AUAA: Carolyn Wares, Dalhousie, basketball

AUAA: Peter Benoite, Memorial, basketball

QSSF: Sonia Paquette, Sherbrooke, track & field

QSSF: Pierre Gendron, McGill, hockey

OWIAA: Karen Jackson, York, basketball

OUAA: Titus Channer, McMaster, basketball

GPAC: Terri-Lee Johannesson, Manitoba, basketball

GPAC: Byron Goodwin, Manitoba, track & field

CWUAA: Carla Somerville, Alberta, field hockey

CWUAA: Curtis Myden, Calgary, swimming



AUAA: Paula Peters, Dalhousie, track & field

AUAA: Curtis Robinson, UPEI, basketball

QSSF: Vicky Tessier, McGill, basketball

QSSF: Trevor Lovig, Bishop's, football

OWIAA: Justine Ellison, Toronto, basketball

OUAA: Aaron Pomeroy, Brock, wrestling

GPAC: Natalie Reimer Anderson, Winnipeg, volleyball

GPAC: Darrell Hees, Winnipeg, volleyball

CWUAA: Meagan Koch, Calgary, basketball

CWUAA: Don Blair, Calgary, football



AUAA: Cindy Montgomerie, Acadia, soccer

AUAA: Scott Bagnell, Dalhousie, volleyball

QSSF: Linda Thyer, McGill, cross country / track & field

QSSF: Emerson Thomas, Concordia, basketball

OWIAA: Kelly Dinsmore, Windsor, track & field

OUAA: Bill Kubas, Wilfrid Laurier, football

GPAC: Lorriann Sawatzky, Manitoba, volleyball

GPAC: Scott Koskie, Manitoba, volleyball

CWUAA: Stacy Kozak, Calgary, field hockey

CWUAA: Jamie Pegg, Calgary, hockey



AUAA: Katherine McNally, UPEI, field hockey

AUAA: Duane Dennis, Acadia, hockey

QSSF: Linda Thyer, McGill, cross country / track & field

QSSF: Michel Cazes, Laval, volleyball

OWIAA: Kelly Dinsmore, Windsor, track & field

OUAA: Tim Tindale, Western Ontario, football

GPAC: Sandra Carroll, Winnipeg, basketball

GPAC: Jeff Foreman, Winnipeg, basketball

CWUAA: Vicki-Susan (Sam) LeRiche, UBC, field hockey

CWUAA: Todd Goodwin, Alberta, hockey



AUAA: Alanna Taylor, UPEI, soccer

AUAA: Vojtech Kucera, St. Thomas, hockey

QSSF: Andrea Nugent, McGill, swimming

QSSF: François Gravel, Laval, swimming

OWIAA: Nancy Sweetnam, Laurentian, swimming

OUAA: Tim Mau, Guelph, basketball

GPAC: Diane Scott, Winnipeg, volleyball

GPAC: Rob Olfert, Winnipeg, volleyball

CWUAA: Rochelle Low, Victoria, field hockey

CWUAA: Andy Cameron, Calgary, volleyball





AUS: Atlantic University Sport

RSEQ: Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec

OUA: Ontario University Athletics

CWUAA: Canada West Universities Athletic Association

QSSF: Quebec Student Sports Federation

AUAA: Atlantic Universities Athletic Association

GPAC: Great Plains Athletic Conference

OWIAA: Ontario Women's Interuniversity Athletic Association

OUAA: Ontario Universities Athletic Association






Number of nominees (number of winners)


McGill: 17 (2)

Calgary: 12 (7)

Dalhousie: 11 (1)

Winnipeg: 10 (2)

McMaster: 9 (3)

UBC: 9 (3)

Alberta: 7 (2)

Laval: 6 (1)

Montreal: 6 (1)

Toronto: 5 (3)

Windsor: 5 (2)

Concordia: 5 (1)

Manitoba: 5 (1)

UNB: 5 (1)

StFX: 5

Carleton: 4 (2)

Saskatchewan: 4 (1)

Wilfrid Laurier: 4 (1)

Acadia: 4

Guelph: 4

Regina: 4

Western: 3 (2)

Trinity Western: 3 (1)

Bishop's: 3

Memorial: 3


Saint Mary's: 3

Simon Fraser: 3

Sherbrooke: 2 (1)

Brock: 2

Cape Breton: 2

St. Thomas: 2

York: 2

Laurentian: 1

Moncton: 1

Mount Allison: 1


Queen's: 1

Victoria: 1


TOTAL: 178 nominees (38 winners)

Number of schools with at least 1 nominee: 39

Number of schools with at least 1 winner: 20



Number of nominees (number of winners)



Basketball: 20 (5)

Track & field: 16 (4)

Hockey: 12 (2)

Soccer: 12

Swimming: 10 (2)

Volleyball: 10 (6)

Field hockey: 6

Cross country running: 5 (1)

Rugby: 3

Wrestling: 2

* 5 nominees (including 1 winner) competed in both cross country and track & field

* 1 nominee competed in both soccer and track & field

* 1 nominee competed in both soccer and hockey


Football: 20 (6)

Volleyball: 19 (4)

Hockey: 17 (1)

Basketball: 15 (3)

Swimming: 8 (2)

Track & field: 5 (2)

Soccer: 4 (1)

Cross country running: 1 (1)

Wrestling: 1


* 1 nominee (including 1 winner) competed in both cross country and track & field


For further information, please contact:


Earl Zukerman

Communications Officer

Athletics & Recreation

McGill University

514-398-7012 (Tel.)

earl.zukerman [at]"> earl.zukerman [at]





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