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Ravens celebrate at varsity banquet

Athletes of the Year

Carleton varsity athletes celebrated the end of another varsity season by announcing the awards winners at their annual varsity awards banquet. Individual team awards were announced as well as the five major award winners. Male and female awards for graduating athletes of the year, male and female athletes of the year and coach of the year were presented.

  • Graduating female athletes of the year: Eve Marshall- Women’s Water Polo
  • Graduating male athletes of the year: Joe Manley- Men’s Hockey
  • Female athletes of the year: Alyson Bush- Women’s Basketball
  • Male athletes of the year: Philip Scrubb- Men’s Basketball
  • Coach of the year: Marty Johnston. Men’s Hockey.

Eve Marshall – Graduating female athletes of the year

An OUA All-star in all of her four years at Carleton. She won three of four OUA Championships and was named “Most Valuable Goalie” at all three of their OUA Championship wins. She is the most successful goaltender in Carleton’s 25 OUA seasons. Her commitment and strong play in the net has help the Ravens qualify for the Water Polo Canada Major League Championships for the first time.

Joey Manley – Graduating male athletes of the year

Manley has averaged 1 point per game in his four year career with the Ravens. He has been a vital part of the leadership group during his time with the Ravens. As a co-captain, he led his team this year to their most successful season, finishing second in the OUA East.

Alyson Bush – Women’s basketball

Bush had yet another impressive season on the court, leading her team to a 15-5 regular season, a second place finish in the OUA East division and a trip to the CIS national championships. The fifth-year guard averaged 14.2points and 2.5 steals per game, to finish third in scoring in the OUA East. Her hard work on the court led to her fourth straight spot on an OUA East all-star team. She was named the OUA East Player of the Year; recipient of the Joy Bellinger award and a CIS 2nd team All Canadian.

Philip Scrubb – Men’s basketball

He finished sixth in OUA scoring with a team-high of 18.6 points per game. The commerce student-athlete had a team-best 3.4 assists per contest while maintaining a solid assist-to-turnover ratio of two-to-one. He led his team to a first place finish in the CIS. This year, he became the seventh player in history to claim a second Mike Moser Memorial Trophy. Your Male Athlete of the Year…from men’s basketball Philip Scrubb.

Marty Johnston – Pat O’Brien Memorial Award Coach of the Year

In his third year this coach guided the team further then they had ever been before. This year’s Ravens men’s hockey finished second in the OUA East with more points and wins than any previous team. Two rounds of play-offs best-of three series wins, including a first round against the Queens Gaels (in 2) second round win versus that other university in Ottawa (in 3) and unfortunately saw the Ravens fall just short of the CSI nationals with a heart breaking quadruple overtime loss in the third game of the best of three series in the OUA East Final.

Individual team awards

Men’s Soccer

Alumni Award: Michael Calof

Team MVP: Andrew Latty

Women’s Soccer

Alumni Award: Rachel Bedek

Team MVP: Briana De Souza

Men’s Water Polo

Alumni Award: Cole Wagner

Team MVP: Ognjen Gutovic

Women’s Water Polo

Alumni Award: Katie Kirkpatrick

Team MVP: Sarah McIlveen

Men’s Golf

Team MVP: Paul Larsh

Women’s Golf

Team MVP: Samantha Coates

Men’s and Women’s Rowing

Team MVP(s):Matthew Fournier, Victoria Ozimkowski

Men’s & Women’s Fencing

Team MVP(s): Nick Lussier, Adrienne Sukunda

Women’s Rugby

Alumni Award: Natasha Smith

Team MVP: Lina Hanhan

Men’s Hockey

Alumni Award: Joe Manley

Team MVP: Jeff Hayes

Women’s Hockey

Alumni Award: Jasmine Levesque

Team MVP: Blaire Macdonald

Men’s Basketball

Alumni Award: Guillaume Payen Boucard

Team MVP: Thomas Scrubb

Women’s Basketball

Alumni Award: Kendall Macleod

Team MVP: Alyson Bush

Click here to view Varsity Banquet – Awards

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