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TORONTO - The following student-athletes have been recognized by the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) for their accomplishments during the seven-day period ending Sunday, Oct. 6.

Luis Barrios
School: St. Clair
Program: English for Academic Purposes
Year of Eligibility: 1
Sport: Men's Baseball
Hometown: Colombia
Remarkably in the storied history of the St. Clair men's baseball program, no Saint had ever pitched a no-hitter. That was until Oct. 5, when Barrios took the mound against Seneca. Throwing a complete game five innings in a 10-0 win, Barrios allowed no hits, striking out eight batters while walking only two. Barrios, who has pitched a team-high 27 2/3 innings, leads the OCAA in strikeouts with 38 for an average of 1.4 per inning. He is also among the leaders with an ERA of 2.02. St. Clair (10-5) remains in a race with Humber (11-3) for the regular season title with play concluding this week.

Thomas Code
School: Fanshawe
Program: Commerce (Management)
Year of Eligibility: 4
Sport: Golf
Hometown: Dorchester, Ont.
Code was the 2019 OCAA men's individual gold medalist at the OCAA Golf Championships, also leading his Fanshawe teammates to a team silver medal. In winning gold, Code set Fanshawe golf records for best one-day score (65), two-day score (137) and three-day score (209). He was also the only OCAA golfer to shoot under par for the tournament. Code finished three strokes ahead of the silver medalist. He was named a CCAA All-Canadian and member of the OCAA All-Ontario Team. Code will now compete for a national championship later this month.

Brooklynn Feasby
School: Seneca
Program: Pre-Service Fire Fighting
Year of Eligibility: 1
Sport: Women's Rugby Sevens
Hometown: Port Perry, Ont.
Feasby was instrumental in helping Seneca earn a 4-1 record in inter-division play on the weekend. The first-year forward scored a try in all five matches, highlighted by a hat trick in a 34-29 win against host Fleming. Feasby set up a number of scoring plays for the Sting as the team averaged nearly 30 points per match. Feasby has helped lead Seneca to an 8-3 record and second place in the OCAA West Division standings. The reigning bronze medalist has already secured a berth at next month's OCAA provincials, and will wrap up the regular season on Oct. 19.

Sarah Lisecki
School: Conestoga
Program: Early Learning Program Development
Year of Eligibility: 2
Sport: Women's Softball
Hometown: Guelph, Ont.
As Conestoga battles for the last playoff spot, Lisecki had an incredible four games at the plate. The second-year second baseman batted .733, going 11-for-15 scoring five runs, adding five RBI with one double and one stolen base as well as no errors defensively. Conestoga has won three straight, including a key 10-8 win over Fanshawe on Oct. 4 to keep its post-season hopes alive. With Fanshawe (12-12) idle the rest of the regular season, Conestoga (11-9) plays doubleheaders against Humber (16-4) and Mohawk (5-15) needing two wins to secure a playoff berth.

Hayley McCallum
School: Humber
Program: Design Foundation
Year of Eligibility: 2
Sport: Golf
Hometown: Mississauga, Ont.
McCallum, last year's silver medalist, is the new OCAA women's individual golf champion, winning by six strokes at the OCAA Golf Championships held at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club in Kingston. After opening the tournament with an 81, McCallum bettered her previous score by two strokes in each of the next two rounds, finishing strong with a 77 on the final day. She also helped lead Humber to a team gold medal. The OCAA All-Canadian and OCAA All-Ontario Team member will now compete for a national medal later this month in Quebec.

Zach Patfield
School: Georgian
Program: Sport Administration
Year of Eligibility: 1
Sport: Men's Rugby
Hometown: Minesing, Ont.
Patfield scored a match-high and career-best four tries in Georgian's 46-22 victory in the Battle of the Bears game against Sheridan on Oct. 5. The first-year 8-man has been impressive in his rookie season, and now has half a dozen tries in four matches to begin his OCAA career. At 4-0, Georgian is one of two undefeated teams in the OCAA and currently sits alone atop the West Division standings. With Humber (2-2) and Seneca (3-1) remaining on the schedule, Patfield and the Grizzlies have an opportunity to wrap up a fifth straight division championship.

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The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) is the recognized leader in intercollegiate athletics in the province, dedicated to student-athlete and sport development. The OCAA has 27 members sponsoring 12 varsity sports.

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Josh Bell-Webster
Marketing and Communications
Ontario Colleges Athletic Association
Tel: 416-426-7041