TORONTO - The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Hall of Fame is dedicated to the recognition of extraordinary contributions and accomplishments within collegiate sports in Ontario.
Honoured members include athletes, coaches and builders of the association. On Wednesday evening, 18 new members will be recognized in the eighth OCAA Hall of Fame ceremony, to be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference Centre in St. Catharines, Ont.
The OCAA Hall of Fame was established in 2003. Including this year's induction, membership will expand to 397 individuals.
The class of 2017 includes the following athletes, coaches and builders (bios can be found by clicking respective names):
|Nathaniel Allard||Athlete||Centennial College|
|Nikki Cambridge||Athlete||Cambrian College|
|Ray Chateau||Coach||Humber College|
|Vito Colangelo||Coach||Seneca College|
|Adrian Cord||Athlete||Humber College|
|Andrew DaSilva||Athlete||Humber College|
|Sabrina Henry||Athlete||Seneca College|
|Tracy (Hynd) Hopkins||Athlete||Mohawk College|
|Bob Horvath||Athlete||Fanshawe College|
|Steve McLaughlin||Builder||Centennial College/Fleming College|
|Sean McMurtry||Athlete||Loyalist College|
|Kailen Murphy||Athlete||Seneca College|
|Ron Port||Builder||Algonquin College|
|Germain Sanchez||Coach||Humber College|
|Erin Smith||Athlete||Durham College|
|David Staley||Athlete||Durham College|
|Kerry Vinson||Coach||Durham College|
|Jovain Wilson-Cutting||Athlete||Fleming College|
For more information on the origins and history of the OCAA Hall of Fame and to view honoured members biographies and photos, please visit the OCAA Hall of Fame website at www.ocaa.com/HallofFame.
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