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SAINTS PULL OFF RARE DOUBLE FEAT October 22, 2014 The St. Clair Saints are making quite a habit of scooping up Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Player of the Year Awards on the ball diamond.
SAINTS SEEK GOLDEN MOMENT October 17, 2014 Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who's coming to town early next year, does a bit about the silver medal, comparing winning it to being the best loser.
ST. CLAIR'S BONDY DOES DOUBLE DUTY October 8, 2014 On any given day, Sarah Bondy has three backpacks slung over her shoulder.
HOLY CROSS GRAD KRISTA OWCZAR TO PLAY SOFTBALL FOR SENECA STING June 28, 2013 A back injury helped paved the way in deciding the career path for Peterborough’s Krista Owczar.
WISEMAN TO LEAD WOMEN'S FASTBALL TEAM AT ST. CLAIR June 5, 2013 The St. Clair Saints handed off the reins of their successful women's fastball team to Doug Wiseman, one of the area's winningest coaches.
TWO-SPORT STAR FOR DURHAM LORDS NOW A HALL OF FAMER March 13, 2013 A two-sports star while attending Durham College, Samantha Langford's proficiency and achievements in both have earned her a spot in the Ontario College Athletic Association hall of fame.
Rankings

Final 2013-14 OCAA Rankings



OCAA Championship Overall Record
Gold Humber Hawks 16-4
Silver St. Clair Saints 16-3
Bronze Conestoga Condors 8-10
4. Durham Lords 7-10
Athletes of the Week
Mackenzie Mills Canadore Women's Volleyball Third-year player Mackenzie Mills (North Bay, Ont.) recorded nine kills, two blocks and two aces for a season-best 13 points in Canadore's 3-1 win over La Cité. A day earlier, she contributed five kills and three blocks for eight points in a straight sets sweep of Algonquin. The two wins in Ottawa improved Canadore's record to 12-4. Read More
Jorell Miller Seneca Men's Volleyball First-year setter Jorell Miller (Scarborough, Ont.) was in fine form in Seneca's 3-0 sweep of Loyalist. Miller earned 33 assists, with two of his teammates tallying 10 or more kills, and another coming within one of double digits. Miller helped Seneca end a two-game slide, putting the team back above the .500 mark at 8-7. Read More
Melissa Ellis Lambton Women's Basketball Second-year forward Melissa Ellis (Sarnia, Ont.) scored 14 points while adding 13 rebounds in Lambton's 64-53 upset over Sheridan. She scored another 21 points while grabbing 10 boards in a 62-54 loss to Humber. Ellis now has nine double-doubles this season, nearly averaging as many points per game (12.5) as rebounds (12.4). Read More
Akai Nettey George Brown Men's Basketball Fifth-year guard Akai Nettey (Etobicoke, Ont.) led his team in scoring in two key victories in Ottawa. Nettey scored 24 points in a 76-73 win at Algonquin, then followed this up with 19 points in a 96-79 victory over La Cité. Nettey is averaging 18.2 points per game for a George Brown squad in the thick of a playoff race. Read More
Stephanie Bignell Fanshawe Women's Volleyball With her first block in a 3-1 loss to Sheridan, Fanshawe fifth-year middle Stephanie Bignell (Drayton, Ont.) became the OCAA all-time blocks leader. Bignell finished the match with a game-high seven blocks and now holds the OCAA record with 224 career blocks. She added 12 kills for a match-high 19 points. Read More
Eric Heidbuurt Redeemer Men's Volleyball Fourth-year right side Eric Heidbuurt (Waterdown, Ont.) earned a team-high 16 kills, three aces and two blocks totalling 21 points in Redeemer's 3-1 upset over Humber. He followed this effort with 31 points on 25 kills and six blocks in a five-set win over Conestoga. Heidbuurt is now second in the OCAA averaging 5.0 points per set. Read More
Stef Hrymak Mohawk Women's Basketball Second-year guard Stef Hrymak (Hamilton, Ont.) has hit double digits in scoring in 13 of 14 games this season as Mohawk increased its winning streak to 13. She totaled 36 points in back-to-back road wins at St. Clair and Lambton, including a trio of three-pointers in each game. Hrymak is averaging 16.2 points per game. Read More
Andrew Dawkins St. Lawrence-Kingston Men's Basketball Fourth-year guard Andrew Dawkins (Brampton, Ont.) scored over 20 points in back-to-back road games as St. Lawrence increased its winning streak to eight games. Dawkins scored 21 points in a 73-72 win at Seneca, then contributed 23 in a 76-72 victory at George Brown. Dawkins shot over 53 per cent in both games. Read More
Thalia Hanniman Humber Women's Volleyball Fourth-year player Thalia Hanniman (Pembroke, Ont.) posted back-to-back matches of 20 points or more as Humber improved to 13-0. Hanniman recorded 21 points in a four-set win over Sheridan, then earned a season-best 22 points in a five-set win over Cambrian. Hanniman totaled 33 kills, nine aces and a block in nine sets. Read More
Michel Leblanc La Cité Men's Volleyball La Cité first-year right side Michel Leblanc (Ottawa) combined for 35 points in home wins over Seneca and Georgian. Leblanc recorded a career-best 18 kills in a four-set win over Seneca, then followed this up with 16 kills and 17 points in a four-set victory over Georgian. La Cité put the breaks on a five-game losing skid. Read More
Lindsay Moffatt Redeemer Women's Basketball Second-year guard Lindsay Moffatt (Hamilton, Ont.) scored a combined 39 points in Redeemer's doubleheader sweep of Cambrian. Moffatt connected five times from three-point range, and has now hit double digits in scoring in 11 of 12 games this season. The two victories snapped Redeemer's four game losing streak. Read More
Daniel Gordon Fleming Men's Basketball Second-year guard Daniel Gordon (Scarborough, Ont.) became the first OCAA player in over three and a half seasons to score 50 points in a game in Fleming's 119-102 loss to Durham. Gordon has scored over 30 points six times this season and leads all OCAA east players with a 28.3 points per game average. Read More
Jessica Broad Durham Women's Volleyball Fourth-year outside hitter Jessica Broad (Courtice, Ont.) led all players with 19 points in Durham's important four-set victory over Trent. The win pulled Durham in a tie for second place in the east standings. Broad has recorded 11 kills in back-to-back matches, including Durham's sweep of La Cité. Read More
Jacob White Fleming Men's Volleyball Second-year right side Jacob White (Brockville, Ont.) contributed game-highs with 20 kills and 21 points to lead Fleming to an important four-set victory over Algonquin. White is among the league leaders averaging 4.5 points per set. With the win, Fleming moved into sole possession of second place in the east region. Read More
Teams of the Week
Durham Men's Basketball The first-place Durham Lords (14-2) increased their winning streak to seven games with victories over Centennial (10-5) and Georgian (11-5) this week. First-year guard Aaron Hayles (Pickering, Ont.) scored a season-high 18 points in a 90-72 against Centennial, then had another season-high 21 points in an 84-70 win at Georgian. Read More
Centennial Women's Basketball OCAA championship host Centennial has not dropped a regular season game in 2015. The Colts improved to 9-3 with a key 71-69 overtime win over Durham. Second-year post player Samantha Reid (Toronto) grabbed 26 rebounds in the win. Centennial faces a litmus test when it visits defending champion Algonquin on Feb. 7. Read More
St. Clair Men's Volleyball St. Clair came up with a big 3-1 (25-21, 20-25, 25-18, 25-23) win and season sweep over Sheridan to move into third place in the OCAA west standings. Although tied with Sheridan with nine wins, the Saints has three matches in hand. St. Clair was led by Jason Hernandez (Harrow, Ont.) and his 19 kills. Read More
Seneca Women's Volleyball Seneca outlasted Durham 3-2 (25-19, 18-25, 25-18, 17-25, 15-12) to move into a tie for second place at 10-4. Seneca also defeated Durham in five sets earlier in the season, gaining an all-important tiebreaker in a competitive east region. Lauren Watt (Barrie, Ont.) led the way for Seneca with 11 kills, four blocks an an ace totaling 16 points. Read More
Lambton Men's Basketball The Lambton Lions improved to 7-4 with a pair of victories over St. Clair and Fanshawe. Lambton avenged an October loss at St. Clair with a 83-79 win at home, then swept the season series versus Fanshawe with a 74-66 win at Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont. Lambton has now won five straight. Read More
St. Lawrence-Kingston Women's Basketball The St. Lawrence Vikings ended Algonquin's 67-game win streak against OCAA competition (regular and post-season) with a 77-52 victory at home. Vikings all-time leading scorer Lacey Knox (Kingston, Ont.) scored a game-high 30 points in the win. Both teams are now tied atop the east standings at 9-1. Read More
George Brown Men's Basketball George Brown began 2015 by ending a four-game losing skid with a 74-71 win over crosstown rival Centennial. Guards Dennis Johnson (Toronto) and Kasey Morris (Toronto) both contributed double-doubles in the victory, combining for 30 points and 22 rebounds. George Brown improved to 6-5 in a competitive east region. Read More
Canadore Women's Volleyball Canadore won a pair of road matches in straight sets to begin 2015, lifting the Panthers into a second place tie with Durham in the east region. Second-year player Caitlin Hebert (North Bay, Ont.) recorded 24 points in wins over Seneca and George Brown. A showdown between Canadore and Durham takes place Jan. 17. Read More
Durham Men's Volleyball The Durham Lords completed a perfect first half of their 2014-15 regular season with a straight sets win over George Brown. Durham is on top of the OCAA east standings at 9-0 having dropped just five sets. Fifth-year middle Jeremy Hoekstra (Cobourg, Ont.) leads the Lords in scoring averaging 3.9 points per set. Read More
Mohawk Women's Basketball The Mohawk Mountaineers climbed to the top of the OCAA west standings with a 66-61 win over Fanshawe. Mohawk has won eight straight, and is tied with Humber with an 8-1 record with nine games to play. Second-year guard Stef Hrymak (Hamilton, Ont.) is the top scorer on the Mountaineers averaging 17.4 points per game. Read More