2013-14 SIRC-CCAA Academic All Canadian Awards

This year, 127 student-athletes have achieved combined excellence in collegiate athletics and academics.

 “The student-athletes who have achieved excellence in both athletics and academics are role models for the youth of today and destined to excel in their future careers,” says Debra Gassewitz, SIRC president and CEO. “SIRC is honoured to recognize these outstanding individuals as recipients of the SIRC-CCAA Academic All Canadian award.”

The SIRC-CCAA Academic All Canadian award is the CCAA’s most prestigious student-athlete honour, epitomizing both organizations’ commitment to academic success and athletic achievement. Honourees must attain academic honours at their institution in addition to obtaining one of the following athletic achievements: named to their member conference All-Star Team (first or second) in soccer, volleyball, basketball or curling; earn a gold or silver medal at their member conference badminton championship; finish among the top seven men or women as well as finishing in the top third at their member conference cross-country running championship; or finish among the top three women or top five men as well as finishing in the top third at their member conference golf championship.
“The CCAA is proud to recognize and celebrate those student-athletes who’ve attained the highest possible CCAA honour in their pursuit of academic and athletic excellence,” states Sandra Murray-MacDonell, CCAA Executive Director.
The SIRC-CCAA Academic All Canadian Recognition Award is also presented each year to the institution with the most student-athlete award recipients. This year, SIRC and the CCAA are pleased to present the award to Vancouver Island University which had  a total of eight recipients combining academic and athletic excellence.
Pacific Western Athletic Association
Camosun College
Elyse Matthews, Basketball
Jarred Callbeck, Golf
Alex Sadowski, Volleyball
Capilano University 
Elise Horton, Basketball
Jacqueline Caverly, Volleyball
Columbia Bible College
Jason Warkentin, Volleyball
Will Quiring, Volleyball
University of British Columbia Okanagan 
Jennifer Kidd, Soccer
Hayley Carlson, Soccer
Vancouver Island University 
Pat Thompson, Badminton
Meilssa Liew, Badminton
Heather McCarthy, Basketball
Shayna Worthington, Basketball
Kalli Gordon, Golf
Keegan Lang, Soccer
Mychaela Roelants, Volleyball
Alyssa Wolf, Volleyball
Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference
Briercrest College and Seminary
Brooke Peterson, Volleyball
Elly Wendel, Volleyball
Concordia University College of Alberta 
Marriya Jenkins, Cross Country Running
Grande Prairie Regional College
Jamie Wigmore, Cross Country Running
Riley Wallace, Cross CountryRunning
Danica Blasius, Soccer
Tonya Dueck, Volleyball
Lakeland College
Braydon Bretzer, Soccer
Kailee Weber, Soccer
Lethbridge College
Emma Lowry, Basketball
Mikaela York, Cross Country Running
Alex Harding, Cross Country Running
MacEwan University
Sydney Lewko, Curling
Madison Porisky, Volleyball
Zachary Brown, Volleyball
Kimberly Bolin, Volleyball
Medicine Hat College
Cierra Matsalla, Basketball
Jacie Brusky, Soccer
Meagan Clarke, Soccer
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Torey Hill, Basketball
Jordan Teliske, Volleyball
Red Deer College
Andrew Jevne, Soccer
Jessie Stewart, Soccer
Alexandra Moyer, Soccer
Brooke Sutter, Volleyball
Sam Brisbane, Volleyball
SAIT Polytechnic
Kaitie Beard, Basketball
Sara Hewitt, Cross Country Running
Kaitlyn Silcox, Soccer
Jon Morley, Volleyball
Megan Brennan, Volleyball
Ontario Colleges Athletic Association
Algonquin College
Ian McAlpine, Volleyball
Cambrian College
Taylor Rocca, Soccer
Adam McArthur, Soccer
Canadore College
Charlie Hancock, Volleyball
Lauren Keuhni, Volleyball
Durham College
Kate Mowat, Basketball
Kauri Lafontaine, Basketball
Kelsey Hare, Basketball
Petrus Kuypers, Volleyball
Riley McAllister, Volleyball
Fanshawe College
Clint Smith,  Cross Country Running
Meghan White, Curling
Shannon Kee, Curling
George Brown College
Vadim Hamilov, Basketball
Georgian College
Maggie Tremblay, Badminton
Summer Bly, Basketball
Colton Kalkanis, Golf
Humber College
Ryan Chow, Badminton
Chioma Oriuwa, Basketball
Christian McCullough, Golf
Brittany Verge, Soccer
Aleks Inveiss, Volleyball
Thalia Hanniman, Volleyball
Kelly Nyhof, Volleyball
Lambton College
Riley Williams, Basketball
Jeremy Wintjes, Soccer
Loyalist College
Kam Fung Tai, Volleyball
Mohawk College
Victoria Hall, Badminton
Kendall Haymes, Curling
Robert Schlosser, Soccer
Shari Leavitt, Soccer
Niagara College
Tara Giallonardo, Basketball
Melanie Bajic, Soccer
Chelsea Fraser, Soccer
Alexandria Botelho, Volleyball
Bailey Cochrane, Volleyball
Redeemer University College
Rachel Passchier, Soccer
Monica Loewen, Soccer
David Klomps, Volleyball
Seneca College
Jimin Jung, Badminton
Katie Liu, Badminton
Margarita Keimakh, Soccer
Emma Gattoni, Soccer
Hilda Chmait, Soccer
Clare Weisser, Volleyball
St. Clair College
Kendyl Rizea, Basketball
Donia Oumesrour, Cross Country Running
Heather  MacKenzie, Golf
Jason Hernandez, Volleyball
St. Lawrence College-Kingston
Lacey Knox, Basketball
Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec
Champlain College Saint-Lambert
Alexandre Paquin, Basketball
Jeanne Gaumont, Basketball
Julio Moncada Bogran, Soccer
John Abbott College
Ricardo Monge, Basketball
Cégep Limoilou
Dany Mailloux-Desroches, Volleyball
Cégep Sainte-Foy
Sarah-Jane Marois, Basketball
Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association
Dalhousie Agricultural Campus
Arielle Fitzgerald, Cross Country Running
Craig MacEachern, Soccer
Leah Cook,Soccer
Holland College
Ashley Moss, Basketball
Mathieu Arseneault, Golf
Kristin Hood, Soccer
Evan Forrester, Soccer
Mount Allison University 
Michael Miller, Badminton
Sunwen Metler, Badminton
Bryan Downey, Badminton
Brooke Kelly, Basketball
Mount Saint Vincent University
Chris Gallant, Soccer
Haley MacDonald, Volleyball
St. Thomas University
Ashley Bawn, Basketball
Dylan Hughes, Soccer
Olivia Jennings, Soccer
Rachel Green, Soccer
Nicholas Levesque, Volleyball
University of King’s College
Madeleine Alvarez, Badminton
Thomas Watson, Basketball
Kieran Hooey, Soccer
Adrienne Schamlz, Soccer
Monique Comeau, Soccer
University of New Brunswick Saint John
Carly Baxter, Soccer
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