For Pat Stoqua, an athlete who genuinely excelled at two sports, the achievements speak for themselves. He was a two-time Athlete of the Year at Carleton, three-time M.V.P as a basketball point guard, an O.U.A.A. Basketball All Star three years running, Conference Rookie of the Year in football in 1977, a two-time O.U.A.A. Football All Star (once as a defensive back, another as a slot back), and named a C.l.A.U. All Canadian in 1979. In the records department, he still holds the mark for most assists in a season (122), and as a crowning achievement, was named the Jack Vogan Memorial Medal Winner in 1979-8O.