QUEBEC CITY – The best past season in Canadian football history at the University won the biggest individual prize on Thursday.
Calgary University Anna Sinagra received Hek Sriaton Trophy as the best soccer player of the national football team at the WS Sports Gallery on Thursday night at the Videotron Center before the Vanner Saturday Cup.
His 3,233 passing courts set a new U Sports record when he leads Dinos to the perfect 8-0 season and the nation's most powerful crime, averaging 570.9 yards per game. Sinagra ranked second in the nation when it crossed this season with 23 and led the conference with a pass of 126 points.
"This is humble and it is a great honor," Sinagra said. "We can not do it without the team, though, honestly – the position of a quarterback, you can not do it yourself, you need all the aspects of the violation that you buy and contribute, and the whole team is part of it.
"I was more comfortable this year and took more ownership, but I did not really notice a huge difference from previous years, I just managed to make those extra plays that I was not last year, and we have such a good team around us, easier. "
Sinagra's accomplice, host Tyson Filpott, was awarded as the U Sports rookie of the year, and seven Dinos won the entire Canadian status after publishing his fourth undefined regular season.
The first full Canadian team is joined by Sinagar for the second year in a row, offensive Logan Logan Bandi, second-phase defender Dean Leonard and Nico Diffote. Repulsive leader Joel Val Pelt, Boston Rowe leader and successor Hunter Carl were called the second team of all Canadians in 2018.
The Sinagram Prize marks the sixth time when the Dinos player captured Hek Sriaton Trophy, following the steps of program giants: quarterback Greg VaVra (1983), successor Don Blair (1995) and quarterback Eric Glavic (2009) and Andrew Buckley 2015).
"Adam's level of confidence and leadership really came out this season, something we did not see much in the first two years when he was a rather quiet leader, now he says the right things at the right time and shares the information with the receivers and his line, "says Dinos, coach Wayne Harris Jr." He learned what to do as a professional – watching the movie, making notes on meetings on our systems, and changing our opponents significantly Canada West has its share of fast guys , but it's nothing like a score stta of CFL and this experience really slow things down for him and helped with these readings and corrections.
"Everything he has learned has helped him be a better defender."
Phillip is the fifth player of the University of Calgary to win Peter Gorman's trophy as the most popular people, a honor recently won by Eric Gilevski in 2010.
Philott finished seventh in U Sports, getting brilliant with 741 and was a major serious threat to Dinos. Delta, B.K. the product had an average target depth of 17.6 yards in 2018 and moved into eight receivers at 30 yards or more.
Phillip has announced many explosive plays this season, including Week 2, when he exploded on the scene with a 107-birch reception against UBC, the longest catcher in the history of Dinos.
Extremely known as tenant after 2017 BK high school player of the year, Philopt was the loner, chosen for all the star teams of the conference this autumn.
"This is a testimony to how hard our team has worked this year," Filplot said, joining Dinos with twin brother Jelena before the season 2018. "This is an individual award, but it shows how hard it is for all our successors to work. honor.
The other big night awards were dominated by the national champions of this weekend, Western Mustangs and hosts Laval Rouge et Or. Western soccer player Fraser Sopik won the presidential trophy as the most defensive player while Mustangs backs McKenzie Ferguson announced the "Russ Jackson" award for excellence in football, academia and citizenship. Western's Greg Marshall is U Sports's coach of the year, while Laval Defender's defense Mathieu Betts has been named the best leader in U Sports for the third consecutive year. Peter Regiebad of Concordia rounds up the awards for volunteer-assistant coach of the year, chosen by Football Canada.
COTTON LADY BASKET
The team at the Royal College Basketball Team will host its seventh annual U Shoot for the Cure on Friday, November 23, against MacEwan Griffins.
While both teams have 2-6 entries and strive to break into playoffs at a highly-fledged Canadian West Conference, the battle also fights hardwood.
The Shoot for the Cure initiative started in autumn 2007 by U Sports and raised $ 1.25 million to support breast cancer. Rod Gilpin, longtime coach of the Women's Team "Bishop Gaitters" and now in his 11th season as the coach of Gaither's men, started this event 11 years ago after another coach fights cancer.
Today, all 47 members of the women's basketball program participate each year. Each school hosts a game to support the fight against breast cancer, with each school collecting money in its own unique way to the Canadian Cancer Society. All proceeds go to capture and store carbon dioxide to fund breast cancer research in areas such as risk reduction, screening, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment.
This is the seventh season of Mount Royal, who participated in the event after joining U Sports in 2012, and the fourth under the guidance of coach Nate McKibbon. Last year, MRU raised about $ 1,500.
This year, McKibbon's team sells lottery tickets for their contribution to CCS with a $ 10 ticket, which is distributed until the half of the match on Friday night. The awards include Calgary Flames tickets, Matthew Takayuk's hockey match, and photos by Mike Smith and Sam Bennett, Sunshine Village snowboards, and Gift Tree.
The council is set for 18 hours. in the Kenyon courts.
COLLEGE MALE VOLLEYBALL
Sealand's male volleyball coach, Sean, compares the Canadian conference with SEC at a college football club because of how the league is stacked, but his boys in blue from the MRU are currently ranked second in the nation with a record of 6-2.
In the last week, for example, five of the top 10 U Sports teams are from the west, and the MRU sits at a legendary and high school high second in the weekly standings with the penultimate weekend before the holiday break, Kuggers have a chance to join the winning column this weekend against 2-4 Winnipeg Wesman country that comes to Calgary.
Cougars are the dominant offensive threat leading Canada West in both killing and digging the set and will try to finish the first half of the season hunting top positions in the conference with just two weekends.
Dinos hosted the Canadian swimming championship on Friday in Sunday at the Welsh Water Center … After extending her winning streak to eight matches with Regina Kuggers clearing last weekend, Dinos hockey team will continue to overturn the opposition for a series home and weekend against Alberta golden bears starting Friday night at Edmonton. On Saturday, they gathered at Father David Bauer Arena (18:00) … Dinos's hockey team is in a tough situation against Canada's West Alberta Pandas with a home run this weekend. Friday night they play at Father David Bauer Arena (7 pm).