March 18, 2015 – The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2015 CCAA Men’s Basketball All-Canadians.
The student-athletes, who are selected by their conference based on performance and contribution to the sport and their team, were honoured at a banquet during the 2015 CCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship at Mohawk College in Hamilton, ON.
Here are the Men’s Basketball All-Canadians:
VIU Mariners, PACWEST
King led the Mariners to a 20-1 record and top spot in the PACWEST. The fourth-year guard led the conference with 23.89 points/game. King also placed fifth in rebounds/game (6.78). The transfer student made an immediate impact in his first year at VIU; his leadership was apparent early on as he was unanimously voted team captain.
Langara Falcons, PACWEST
Lohcham led the Falcons to a second place finish in the PACWEST with a record of 18-3. The fifth-year forward was fifth in the conference with 16.76 points/game and was also among leaders in rebounds, collecting 142. Lohcham is a strong competitor who has been a co-captain at Langara the past two seasons.
NAIT Ooks, ACAC
Moss led the Ooks to an ACAC best 23-1 record this season. He led the North Division with 22.57 points/game and also placed second with 9.87 rebounds per game. The fifth-year forward finished sixth in CCAA scoring. Moss is a talented athlete who bring positive energy to the team.
Guilherme Carabagiale Fuck
Medicine Hat Rattlers, ACAC
Fuck led the Rattlers to a third-place finish in the ACAC’s South Division with a record of 16-8. He finished third in the division with 18.46 points/game. Carabagiale was also second in rebounds/game (9.75) and third in field goal percentage (52.4) in the division. During his first season with Medicine Hat, he showcased his determination, dedication and smart decisions making.
Mohawk Mountaineers, OCAA
Fennell was the OCAA’s West Division scoring champion with 28.4 points/game. He also averaged 8.3 rebounds/game. The fifth year guard at Mohawk collected gold medals and MVP honours at both the George Brown and St. Lawrence Kingston Invitational tournaments. Fennell led the Mountaineers to a 15-3 record in the regular season. He is a complete player.
Georgian Grizzlies, OCAA
Zwarych led the Grizzlies to a second-place finish in the OCAA’s East Division with a record of 14-6. He posted 16 double-doubles in 20 games. Zwarych led the conference in rebounds/game (13.9) and was also among the Top 10 scorers, averaging 20.0 points/game. The second-year forward is a fierce competitor who leads by example.
Saint-Lambert Cavaliers, RSEQ
Thomas led the Cavaliers to a first-place finish in the RSEQ with a 14-4 record. The Cavaliers had a conference-best offence that averaged 77.4 points/game. The second-year guard was 2nd in the RSEQ with 4.3 assists/game. Thomas was also in the Top 10 in points/game (13.5) and steals (30).
Dawson Blues, RSEQ
Aquino-Serjue led the RSEQ with 22.6 points/game. He also led the conference in minutes played per game. Aquino-Serjue was also among the conference leaders in steals (39) and assists (59). The third-year point guard led Dawson to a fourth-place finish in the RSEQ.
Holland Hurricanes, ACAA
Wright led the Hurricanes to an 18-0 regular season and first-place finish in the ACAA. Holland averaged 96.3 points/game. The second-year point guard led the conference in blocks/game and was 2nd in both points/game (21.75) and rebounds/game (9.08). Wright is a team leader who is always encouraging his teammates.
St. Thomas Tommies, ACAA
Barber led the Tommies to a fourth-place finish in the ACAA. He averaged 19.9 points/per game, fourth best in the conference. Barber was also among the leaders in rebounds (118) and steals (25). The fourth-year guard, a transfer student from the U.S., has blossomed into a valuable leader at STU.
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