Fleming Knights 2018-19 Athletic Award Recipients
The Knights celebrates its student-athletes, honouring academic and sport success.
The 48th Annual Fleming Knights Athletic Banquet took place on Thursday, March 28th. On this evening, the Fleming Knights honoured its student-athletes. Below are this year’s Fleming Knights award recipients.
Male and Female Athlete of the Year Awards
Paige Droog and Wyatt Brochert were awarded this year’s Male and Female Athlete of the Year Awards.
Paige Droog is in the massage therapy program and is a member of the women’s curling team. Droog skipped for the Fleming Knights and let the team to the national championship bonspiel two years in a row. There Droog was named an OCAA First-Team All-Star and MVP of the Fleming team. She also won the CCAA Exemplary Leadership Award.
Paige Droog, who skipped the Fleming Knights to the national championship bonspiel two years in a row. Droog, who is in the massage therapy program, was named an OCAA First-Team All-Star and MVP of the Fleming team. She won the CCAA Exemplary Leadership Award.
Droog is a very coachable, dedicated and committed student-athlete who is a tremendous leader on the team.
Wyatt Brochert is in the urban forestry technician program and is the men’s loggersports A-team captain. Brochert has been a part of the loggersports team for three years. His tremendous success in his third year was demonstrated through not only his nomination as this year’s loggersports men’s MVP, but also through setting the CILA record for pole climb to 2.96 seconds. In doing so, this earned Brochert the 2018-19 CILA MVP honours.
Wyatt Brochert is in the urban forestry technician program and the men’s loggersports A-team captain. Brochert, from Long Sault, Ontario, has been a part of the Loggersports team for three years, where he has had tremendous success in his third year with the team recording the fastest pole climb (2.96 seconds) in CILA history earning 2018-19 CILA MVP honours. He is also this year’s Loggersports men’s MVP
Brochert is a very dedicated and committed student-athlete who is a tremendous leader on the team. He is well-respected by his coaches and teammates alike.
First Year All-Academic Knight Awards
The First Year All-Academic Knight Award was awarded to Matthew Houlzet and Meghan Kaplan. Both of which were able to balance academics and athletics as a student-athlete.
Matthew Houlzet is a first year member of the men’s cross-country running team from Alexandria, Ontario. Houlzet is in the occupational physiotherapy program and was able to maintain a 3.9 GPA and is an OCAA All-Academic.
Meghan Kaplan is a first year member on the women’s loggersports A-team from Barrie, Ontario. Kaplan is in the urban forestry program and has maintained a 4.0 GPA while earning CILA All-Academic honours.
Male and Female Athlete of the Year Awards
The All-Around Athlete Award in memory of Eric O’Rourke went to Bentley Fawcett and Brooke Cornel.
Bentley Fawcett is in the ecosystems management program, had a 3.5 GPA and is a second-year athlete on the men’s hockey team. Fawcett, who is from Jasper, Alberta, is role model, hard worker with a positive attitude and is a great asset to the team. Fawcett has shown an above-standard commitment to the hockey program, his studies and the Frost athletic and recreation program.
Brooke Cornel is a second year athlete on the women’s soccer team as well as a member of the women’s basketball team. Cornell is in the practical nursing program and has maintained a 3.0 GPA. Cornell, who is from Oxford Mills, Ontario, while being a multi-sport student-athlete has become a role model, known for her hard work, positive attitude and skill in both sports.
Racheal Spearing Memorial Award
The Rachael Spearing Memorial Award went to Kasey Hislop. This award is presented to a student-athlete who exhibits the qualities of heart, spirit, and dedication on the rugby pitch.
Kasey Hislop is a third-year member of the women’s rugby sevens team from Campbellford. She is in the massage therapy program and had a tremendous year earning OCAA rugby seven’s league all-star honours.
Kris Starr Memorial Award
The Kris Starr Memorial Award winners are Cole Kiselchuk and Cole Miller. This award is presented to a student-athlete who exhibits the qualities of heart, spirit, and dedication on the loggersports team.
Cole Kiselchuk is a second year member of the men’s loggersports team from Barrie. He is in the fish and wildlife technician program.
Cole Miller, a second-year member of the men’s loggersports team from Grimsby in the forestry technician program.
CCAA Award Recipients:
Women’s Curling Fair Play Award: Paige Droog
Curling Exemplary Leadership Award: Paige Droog
2018 – 2019 OCAA All-Stars:
Nikita Campbell, Women’s Curling, Vice – First-Team All-Star
Nicole McClennan, Women’s Curling, Second – First-Team All-Star
Paige Droog, Women’s Curling, Skip – First-Team All-Star
Mason Flesch, Men’s Rugby
Bradan Vanston, Men’s Ruby
Kasey Hislop, Women’s Rugby Sevens
Cassandra Starke, Women’s Rugby Sevens
OCAA Coaches of the Year: Steve Whitehill, Women’s Curling
Below is a list of the Fleming Knights Athletic Award winners:
MVP Men’s: Daniel Vandenbrand.
MVP Women’s: Paige Droog.
Coaches Award: Lucas McLenna (men), Nicole McLennan (women), Gregory Koebel (mixed).
Cross Country Running
MVP Women’s: Destiny Robitaille-McInnes.
MVP Men’s: William Luis Curry.
Coaches Award: Nicolas Wentzell.
MVP: Sara Grosse.
MDP: Jessica Daze.
Coaches Award: Sydney Bennett.
MVP: Spencer Bieri, Joel Howes.
MDP: Dion Pearson-Laviolette.
Coaches Award: Jacob Schuller.
MVP Men’s: Wyatt Brochert.
MVP Woman’s: Elisha Jones.
Coaches Award: Nadine Perron, Elisha Jones.
MVP: Romello Taylor.
MDP: Santiago Maynard.
Rookie of the Year: Jeremiah Williams.
Women’s Rugby Sevens
MVP: Cassandra Stark.
Rookie of the Year: Sarah Ghey.
Most improved: Alyssa Over.
MVP: Mason Flesch.
Rookie of the year: Marshall Huizinga.
Coaches Award: Wallace Dos Santos.
MVP: Brooke Cornel.
Coaches Award: Jessica Clements.
Rookie of the Year: Jenna Wetherill.
MVP: Shemar Dears, Rory Morley.
Rookie of the Year: Kobe Vieira.
Coaches Award: Austin Humphries.
MVP Men’s: Kyle Graham.
MVP Women’s: Megan Woodman.
Coaches Award: Matthew Marche.
Most Dedicated Lifter: Alexander Kenney.
MVP: Pushpinder Singh.
Coaches Award: Jatin Yarra.
Most Dependable Player: Saicharan Guturu.
MVP: Kaylea Brunatti.
Coaches Award: Kendal Freshwater.
MVP: Brooke Cornel.
Coaches Award: Klaryssa Hawkins.
MVP: Peyton Beare, Madison Cole.
Coaches Award: Claire Shaughnessy, Breanna Foote.
MVP: Ryley Bonk.
Coaches Award: Cameron Morris.
MVP: Braden Little.
Coaches Award: Nicholas Collings.
2018-2019 OCAA, CCAA, CILA, OCR – All Academic Award Winners
Leslie Campbell Curling
Amber Luloff Curling
Drew Vereyken Curling
Matthew Houlzet Cross Country
Cole Miller Cross Country
Reilly Higgins Men’s Rugby
Graydon Meeks Men’s Rugby
Patrick Santos Men’s Rugby
Jesse Wilson Men’s Rugby
Hedy Cartmill Women’s Rugby
Sarah Ghey Women’s Rugby
Khang Huynh Men’s Soccer
Victoria Hill Women’s Soccer
Eveliina Jara Women’s Soccer
Sophie Reynolds Women’s Soccer
Spencer Bieri Men’s Volleyball
Harshit Baveja Cricket
Michael Barrett Baseball
Natalie Hubbs Women’s Basketball
Peter Rideout Powerlifting
Megan Woodman Powerlifting
Cameron Epp Loggersports
William Greaves Loggersports
Sheeba Hasan Loggersports
Naomi Jones Loggersports
Elisha Jones Loggersports
Meghan Kaplan Loggersports
Cole Kiselchuk Loggersports
Nadine Perron Loggersports
Sam Rider Loggersports
Laney Frost Women’s Hockey
Morgan Flintoff Women’s Hockey
Riley Lepp Men’s Hockey
Tom Scheer Men’s Hockey
Adam Deachman Men’s Hockey