Athlete of the Week – January 13 to 17

Athlete of the Week:  Dion Pearson-Laviolette

Fleming Knights Men’s Volleyball Team/3rd Year Athlete

4th Semester, Computer Engineering Technician Program

Dion is returning to play since suffering an ankle injury which took him out of the game for much of the fall semester. Since returning, Dion switching from left side hitter to right side, playing a new position and playing it well. He was a big part of the teams win against the George Brown Huskies on Saturday afternoon, with Dion being credited with 15 total points, 13 kills, one assist, five digs and two blocks. This win against George Brown contributed to the Fleming Knights men’s volleyball team breaching the OCAA’s top ten rankings for the first time this season and in recent history, leading the Knights to 10th place in the province with a 6-4 record. 

In recognition of being selected Athlete of the Week, Dion will receive a $20 Gift Card to the Campus Store.  Thanks to the Campus Store for sponsoring our the Athlete of the Week program.

FLEMING KNIGHTS: www.flemingknights.ca
ONTARIO COLLEGES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: www.ocaa.com
CAMPUS STORE https://www.bkstr.com/sfleming-sutherlandstore

Krispy Kreme Doughnut Sale

The Fleming Knights Men’s Basketball team are hosting a Krispy Kreme Doughnut Fundraiser on Thursday, January 9, 2020, at the Sutherland Campus 🍩 $12 per box while supplies last.

 

Intercampus Cup Hockey Game

Come watch the Fleming Knights men’s and women’s hockey teams join forces to represent their campus in a showdown between the Frost campus and Sutherland campus. This intercampus showdown will take place on Monday, December 2 at 10 pm and will be played at the Lindsay Recreation Complex. There will be swag giveaways, and a chance to win a Team Canada Hockey Jersey and the game is free to watch.

There will be a pre-game rally taking place at the Auk’s Lodge on the Frost campus starting at 8 pm.

For Sutherland students, there will be a shuttle bus leaving from the Sutherland residence at 8 pm. Taking students to the pre-game rally at the Auk’s Lodge before the game’s 10 pm start. The bus will do a return trip back to Sutherland residence at midnight following the game. The return trip will pick up from outside the Lindsay Recreation Complex.

Powerlifting Earns Title of Strongest School Three Competitions in a Row

Peterborough ON – Fleming Knights Powerlifting started in their new season with another successful competition earning the title of “Strongest School” at the fall 2019 Sheridan College competition.

Starting a new season with almost a new roster of athletes, the powerlifting team is off to a strong start following a highly successful previous year winning the title of “Strongest School” at both the Sheridan College fall competition and Seneca College winter competition in the 2018-2019 season.

With a smaller roster of 11 athletes, eight of which are rookies, the Knights powerlifting team continued its success. In addition to being awarded Strongest School, the Knights received individual awards. Stephen Kim was awarded 2nd Overall Male Lifter, Katelyn Schlenker was awarded 3rd Overall Female Lifter, Peter Rideout earned the award for Best Bench, and Shane Dyer received the Judges Choice Award.

 
“What a great bond!” Said head coach Raymond D’Almeida. “It showed when each athlete was on the platform as all teammates motivated each other. As a coach, I cannot express how happy I am with this team as they are a cohesive unit with similar goals and makes me excited to see them achieve great success in this sport.”

The Knights look forward to February 9 when the Powerlifting team travels to Seneca College in Markham for their next competition.

Fleming College Is National Bound In Cross Country

Frances Emery of the Fleming Knights cross country team qualifies for the CCAA National Championship in Grande Prairie, Alberta.

Peterborough, ON November 6, 2019 – The Fleming Knights Cross Country team qualifies for the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Championship meet in Grande Prairie, Alberta after Frances Emery finishes 11th place overall at the OCAA Provincial Championship meet in the women’s six kilometer race.

Frances will be competing on behalf of the Fleming Knights, Fleming College, and as a competitor from the OCAA on November 8 and 9. The CCAA National Championship in Grand Prairie, Albert will pit Frances against all of the top female runners from across the country.

As a first year athlete on the Fleming Knights cross country team, Frances is only in her second year competing in cross country running. Her first year was in her grade 12 year at high school. Being Frances’s fourth race as a Fleming Knight, she did extremely well to run her race in 24:32, just a mere 46 seconds off the first place race time, and at a Provincial Championship no less.

Not only has Frances had success at the Provincial meet, Frances has had a successful season at the invitational meets. An example of this success was Frances placing fourth overall at the Centennial meet with a time of 25:58.

“Frances is an incredible athlete to coach. She is extremely talented and determined to improve, constantly pushing her limits. Frances also brings an energy to the team which motivates others, strengthening the team dynamic,” said Knights’ head coach Andy Hein. “I’m excited to see her take on the course at CCAA’s. With a cross country skiing background I believe the elements will work in her favor.”

“I am still in shock that I am off to nationals next week. Knowing that around this time last year, I was just starting my running career. I am extremely thankful and happy for the opportunity to wear the Fleming jersey and compete at such a high level with such great quality of runners,” says Frances. “I am also looking forward to the atmosphere and getting to make my friends and family proud.”

Further information is available at www.ccaa.ca/sports/xc/championship or email sportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

Fleming Knights to Host 37th Annual Loggersports Competition


Peterborough ON – (October 31, 2019) – Fleming College will host its annual Canadian Intercollegiate Lumberjacking Association (CILA) Loggersports Competition on Saturday, Nov. 2 at the Fleming Loggersports Site, located at the Frost Campus, 200 Albert St. S, Lindsay.

The 37th Annual Loggersports Competition will showcase 21 teams from seven different college and university institutions from across the country, including four teams competing from Fleming College. The competition is comprised of four team events, three paired events, six single events and one individual pool event. These unique events include axe throwing, chain sawing, log decking, pole climbing, water boiling and more.

The competition kicks off at 8 a.m. with its opening ceremonies and a ceremonial cookie cut. Morning events begin at 8:30 a.m., afternoon corral events begin at 2 p.m. and the award ceremony begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Auks’ Lodge. Spectators are welcome.

Fleming’s Loggersports competition is one of only four competitions that CILA members compete in annually. The competition is the second of four in the CILA season with points being earned by each team in each event.

Event agenda:
8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Morning Events:
Log decking, pulp throwing, choker race, quarter split, single buck, pole climb, axe throw, standing block chop, chain saw and super swede saw
12 – 1 p.m. Lunch Break
2 – 4 p.m. Afternoon Events:
Swede saw, crosscut saw, underhand chop and water boil
4 – 4:30 p.m. Alumni Competition
5:30 p.m. Awards Ceremony

Fleming College welcomes the public to come and enjoy this event with free admission. Further information is available, email sportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca.

About Fleming College
Fleming College respectfully acknowledges that we are situated on Michi Saagiig Anishinaabeg lands and territory. Located in the heart of Central Ontario, Fleming College has campus locations in Peterborough, Lindsay, Cobourg and Haliburton. Named for famous Canadian inventor and engineer Sir Sandford Fleming, the college features more than 100 full-time programs in Arts and Heritage, Business, Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, General Arts and Sciences, Health and Wellness, Justice and Community Development, Skilled Trades and Technology, and Continuing Education. Fleming College has more than 6,800 full-time and 10,000 part-time students, and 75,000 alumni.

OCAA Men’s Soccer Provincial Championship All Wrapped Up

HUMBER WINS BACK-TO-BACK OCAA MEN’S SOCCER TITLES


PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – The Humber Hawks won gold for the second year in a row at the OCAA Men’s Soccer Championship.

In the finals, the Hawks defeated the Fanshawe Falcons in the final match of the OCAA provincial championship at Fleming College in Peterborough, Ont.

The Falcons and the Hawks began their match in a fierce battle as two of the top teams in the championship should. Both teams appeared evenly matched as each team fought diligently to gain possession of the ball and to retain possession. The first half of the match was a heavily back and forth game with each team having few scoring attempts.

Within minutes of the second half, Leaford Allen of the Hawks scored the first goal of the match allowing Humber to establish a lead. The Hawks played a strong and more aggressive second half taking more shots on Fanshawe net than in the prior half. In the final 10 minutes of play the Hawks accelerated their lead after Max Ferreri and Alex Baez scored on the Falcons net.

This was the finishing blow to the Falcons as the Hawks were able to hold onto their 3-0 lead winning the match and the championship.

 Goalkeeper Nick Frenati of the Hawks was named Player of the Game along with Bradley Heath, defender for the Falcons.

Being named Championship MVP was Nicolas Machado of Humber. Championship All-Stars from the Hawks were Frenati and Cody Green. Championship All-Stars from the Falcons were Tomas Alvarez and Bradley Heath.

The Seneca Sting earned the OCAA bronze medal after defeating Sheridan Bruins 5-1 after falling to the Humber Hawks in the semifinals.

The Sting had a strong game over the Bruins in a fight for bronze at the OCAA men’s soccer provincial championship. Ariel Muhaza-Kabongo and Marcus McGlynn both scored two goals for the Sting. 

The Bruins, although a formidable opponent, did not appear as strong as they were in the semifinals.

With Daniel Pereira scoring off a penalty kick, the Bruins showed that they were still in the match until the end. Despite scoring this goal, the Bruins fell to the Sting, but not before Isaiah Greaves would score another goal for the Sting, ending the match 5-1.

Player of the game was McGlynn of the Sting and Anthony Wright of the Bruins. Anthony Gurrieri of Seneca and Spencer Barber of Sheridan were named Championship All-Stars.

The semifinals raced to a start with the Humber Hawks facing the Seneca Sting.

Game 5 of the OCAA Men’s Soccer Championship brought a stiff competition with the Hawks and the Sting battling for possession. This stalemate was broken with Seneca scoring the first goal of the day. Scoring for the Sting was Cale Loughrey.

Humber quickly retaliated to Seneca’s lead exerting more pressure against the Sting. This allowed the Hawks to earn two goals and in doing so stealing the lead from the Sting. Leaford Allen tied up the match for the Hawks and Max Ferrari scoring the goal that put Humber in the lead. From this, the Hawks held strong to their advantage against the Sting and were able to win the match.

The player of the games in the match were Ferrari for Humber and Anthony Gurrueri for Seneca. The Hawks will move on to face off against the Fanshawe Falcons in Saturday’s gold medal match.

The Falcons were victorious over the Sheridan Bruins after a gritty match. The Bruins appeared to be the stronger team in the first half, holding onto possession of the ball and making some key goal attempts on the Falcons.

The turning point came for the Falcons in the second half following a stalemate for the entirety of the first half. Jonathan Kam and Malachi Morris were able to gain traction and able to breach the Bruins defence scoring for the Flacons.

The Falcons built on this momentum holding onto the lead in a match and securing their spot in the gold medal match on Saturday against the Humber Hawks.

The player of the games in the match were Jevontae Layne for Sheridan and Tomas Alvares for Fanshawe. 

The bronze medal match will feature the Seneca Sting and the Sheridan Bruins, which is set to gets underway at 12 p.m. The gold medal match kicks off at 3 p.m. featuring the Hawks and the Falcons.

ALLEN HEADLINES OCAA MEN’S SOCCER AWARDS


Humber College’s Leaford Allen (Brampton, Ont.) is the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Men’s Soccer Player of the Year. He received the award in a ceremony held in Peterborough, Ont., on Thursday afternoon.

The second-year forward was the co-West Division Scoring Champion scoring 14 goals in nine matches. He began the season with a bang, scoring eight goals in his first two OCAA matches. Allen received other honours as well, including West Division Player of the Year, West Division First-Team All-Star and Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) All-Canadian.

The East Division Player of the Year is Justin Gibson (Ottawa, Ont.) of Algonquin. The fifth-year defender was a stalwart on a team that gave up a league-low four goals against in eight matches. He also contributed a pair of goals on offence. Gibson is also an East Division First-Team All-Star and CCAA All-Canadian.

The Overall Rookie of the Year is Jonathan Monney (Kitchener, Ont.) of Conestoga. The forward scored 11 goals in nine matches, good for fourth among all OCAA players. The West Division Rookie of the Year is also an West Division First-Team All-Star.

The East Division Rookie of the Year is Joshua Lee (Ajax, Ont.) of Durham. The striker led his team in scoring with eight goals in eight matches. Lee is also an East Division First-Team All-Star.

Seneca’s Patrice Gheisar is the OCAA Coach of the Year and a nominee for CCAA Coach of the Year. The East Division Coach of the Year saw his team improve on its 3-4-3 record from a year ago going 7-1-0 in the regular season, playing strong defence having only given up five goals against.

Chris Eveleigh of Toronto Mississauga and Rob Pereira of Fanshawe are the co-West Division Coaches of the Year. Eveleigh saw his Eagles improve on its 2-6-2 record in 2018 going 7-2-0 in a competitive West Division. Pereira led his Falcons to the West Division championship with an 8-1-0 record.

The Overall Scoring Champion is Malek Belhaj (Libya) of Algonquin. The second-year striker scored 17 goals in eight matches, the most goals in an OCAA season since 2009. The East Division Scoring Champion is also an East Division First-Team All-Star.

Along with the aforementioned Allen, Sheridan’s Jevontae Layne (Brampton, Ont.) is the co-West Division Scoring Champion. The first-year striker scored 14 times in nine matches. Layne is also a West Division Second-Team All-Star.

The East Division Defensive Player of the Year is Colin Reilly (Whitby, Ont.) of Durham. The fifth-year defender was a key part of keeping Durham opponents to a respectable seven goals against in eight matches. Reilly is also an East Division Second-Team All-Star.

The West Division Defensive Player of the Year is Bradley Heath (Markham, Ont.) of Fanshawe. The fourth-year defender played a strong role as Fanshawe only gave up nine goals in the seven matches he participated in, including three clean sheets. Heath is also a West Division First-Team All-Star.

Algonquin and Humber were both honoured as the Best Defensive Teams in the East and West Divisions, respectively. Algonquin allowed just four goals against in eight matches while Humber gave up only seven in nine matches.

Several OCAA All-Stars were also recognized. In addition to Allen, Monney and Heath, West Division First-Team All-Stars include Fanshawe’s Tomas Alvarez (London, Ont.), Dominic Szyszka (London, Ont.) and Ben Vyfschaft (London, Ont.); Humber’s Michael Fayehun (Toronto, Ont.), Max Ferrari (Newmarket, Ont.) and Federico Leal (Ottawa, Ont.); Sheridan’s Chester Ashby (Mississauga, Ont.); and UTM’s Adam Czerkawaski (Mississauga, Ont.).

In addition to Justin Gibson, Lee and Belhaj, East Division First-Team All-Stars include Algonquin’s Ebrahim Al-Ariky (Kuwait); Colin Gibson (Ottawa, Ont.); Hasan Mohasar (Ottawa, Ont.) and Chris Oatman (Almonte, Ont.); Durham’s LeRohne Young (Oshawa, Ont.); George Brown’s Filipe Vilela (Toronto, Ont.); and Seneca’s Atif Ali (Somalia) and Cale Loughrey (Ajax, Ont.).

Joining Layne on the West Division Second-Team All-Stars are Conestoga’s Malachi Ramsay (Cambridge, Ont.), Fanshawe’s Ahmad Al Rajie (London, Ont.) and Ryan Miners (London, Ont.); Humber’s Cody Green (Brampton, Ont.); Lambton’s Mitchell McAuley (Petrolia, Ont.); Mohawk’s Andrew Fonovic (Hamilton, Ont.); St. Clair’s Bastien Aguilera (Chile) and Tyrone Mulder (Merlin, Ont.); and Sheridan’s Quentin Williams (Brampton, Ont.) and Anthony Wright (Brampton, Ont.).

Along with Reilly, the East Division Second Team All-Stars include Algonquin’s Joe Khoury (Ottawa, Ont.); Durham’s Kevon Grant (Oshawa, Ont.); Fleming’s Joshua Braga (Scarborough, Ont.); George Brown’s Jason Alvarado (Toronto, Ont.); St. Lawrence’s Kurtis Kelly (Yarker, Ont.) and Mazen Osman (Kingston, Ont.); and Seneca’s Dylan Campbell (Whitby, Ont.), Sebastian Cochrane (Ajax, Ont.), Jackson Ofosu (Toronto, Ont.), Egrinaldo Tavares (Brazil) and Michael Washington (Ajax, Ont.).

2019 OCAA MEN’S SOCCER AWARDS

OCAA Men’s Soccer Player of the Year
Leaford Allen, Humber

CCAA Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year Nominee/OCAA Coach of the Year
Patrice Gheisar, Seneca

OCAA Men’s Soccer League Scoring Champion
Malek Belhaj, Algonquin

OCAA Men’s Soccer Rookie of the Year
Jonathan Monney, Conestoga

OCAA Men’s Soccer Regular Season Champions
East – Algonquin Thunder
West – Fanshawe Falcons

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division Coach of the Year
Patrice Gheisar, Seneca

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division Coach of the Year
Chris Eveleigh, U of T Mississauga
Rob Pereira, Fanshawe

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division Rookie of the Year
Joshua Lee, Durham

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division Rookie of the Year
Jonathan Monney, Conestoga

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division Player of the Year
Justin Gibson, Algonquin

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division Player of the Year
Leaford Allen, Humber

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division Defensive Player of the Year
Colin Reilly, Durham

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division Defensive Player of the Year
Bradley Heath, Fanshawe

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division Scoring Champion
Malek Belhaj, Algonquin

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division Scoring Champions
Leaford Allen, Humber
Jevontae Layne, Sheridan

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division Best Defensive Team
Algonquin Thunder

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division Best Defensive Team
Humber Hawks

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division First-Team All-Stars
Joshua Lee, Durham
Filipe Vilela, George Brown
Malek Belhaj, Algonquin
LeRohne Young, Durham
Ebrahim Al-Ariky, Algonquin
Cale Loughrey, Seneca
Chris Oatman, Algonquin
Justin Gibson, Algonquin
Hasan Mohasar, Algonquin
Atif Ali, Seneca
Colin Gibson, Algonquin

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division First-Team All-Stars
Leaford Allen, Humber
Ben Vyfschaft, Fanshawe
Jonathan Monney, Conestoga
Tomas Alvarez, Fanshawe
Federico Leal, Humber
Max Ferrari, Humber
Dominic Szyszka, Fanshawe
Bradley Heath, Fanshawe
Michael Fayehun, Humber
Adam Czerkawaski, U of T Mississauga
Chester Ashby, Sheridan

OCAA Men’s Soccer East Division Second-Team All-Stars
Dylan Campbell, Seneca
Michael Washington, Seneca
Joe Khoury, Algonquin
Jason Alvarado, George Brown
Mazen Osman, St. Lawrence
Sebastian Cochrane, Seneca
Joshua Braga, Fleming
Egrinaldo Tavares, Seneca
Colin Reilly, Durham
Kurtis Kelly, St. Lawrence
Jackson Ofosu, Seneca
Kevon Grant, Durham

OCAA Men’s Soccer West Division Second-Team All-Stars
Jevontae Layne, Sheridan
Tyrone Mulder, St. Clair
Ahmad Al Rajie, Fanshawe
Andrew Fonovic, Mohawk
Anthony Wright, Sheridan
Bastien Aguilera, St. Clair
Mitchell McAuley, Lambton
Malachi Ramsay, Conestoga
Quentin Williams, Sheridan
Cody Green, Humber
Ryan Miners, Fanshawe

Source: Fleming Knights

Championship Website: www.ocaa.com/msoc

Live Webcast: www.ocaa.com/ocaalive

Wednesday, October 23
Quarter-Finals
Game #1: Humber def. Algonquin 1-0
Game #2: Seneca def. UTM 6-2
Game #3: Sheridan def. Durham 2-0
Game #4: Fanshawe def. Fleming 3-0

Friday, October 25
Semi-Finals
Game #5: Humber def. Seneca 2-1
Game #6: Fanshawe def. Sheridan 2-0

Saturday, October 26
Bronze Medal Match
Game #7: Seneca def. Sheridan 5-1

Gold Medal Match
Game #8: Humber def. Fanshawe 3-0

– OCAA –

ABOUT ONTARIO COLLEGES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) is the recognized leader in intercollegiate athletics in the province, dedicated to student-athlete and sport development. The OCAA has 27 members sponsoring 12 varsity sports.

For additional information please contact:
Josh Bell-Webster
Marketing and Communications
Ontario Colleges Athletic Association
Tel: 416-426-7041
E-mail: bell-webster@ocaa.com

First Day of Play Complete At OCAA Men’s Soccer Championship

 

October 23, 2019

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – Day 1 of the 2019 OCAA Men’s Soccer Championship has concluded, hosted by Fleming College in Peterborough, Ont.

The day brought eight of the top teams in Ontario battling in sudden death quarter-finals for the chance to advance to Friday’s semifinals matches.

The Humber Hawks defeated the East champion Algonquin Thunder 1-0. In a pretty evenly-matched game, the game held a stalemate at 0-0 for much of the match. In the 72nd minute of play this stalemate was broken with Cody Green of the Humber Hawks penetrating the Algonquin Thunder’s net on a penalty kick.

The player of the games in the match was Alexander Howe for Humber and Colin Gibson for Algonquin.

The Hawks will face off against the Seneca Sting in Friday’s first semifinal match. The Sting had a tough battle in the first half against the UTM Eagles. The Sting established a narrow lead moments before half the game’s half, which the Sting furthered as they dominated the second half. The end result was a 6-2 win.

The player of the games in the match were Anthony Gurrieri for Seneca and Mohammad Golmakani for UTM. Golmakani scored both of UTM’s goals in the match.

The third quarter-final match brought together Sheridan Bruins from the West, and Durham Lords from the East. Despite holding possession for much of the game, the Durham Lords eventually fell short to the Bruins despite the Bruins playing down a man. Both goals against the Lords were scored in the final 15 minutes of the match, allowing the Bruins access to Day 2 of the championship. After the Bruins 2-0 win, they will now face off against the powerhouse from the West, the Fanshawe Falcons.

The player of the games in the match were Chidibere Nnolim of Sheridan and Aiden Donaldson of Durham.

The final match of the quarter-finals brought the West division champion Fanshawe Falcons against the championship host Fleming Knights. With a busy first half, the Falcons made quick work over the Knights solidifying a three-goal lead. The Knights, however, stepped up their game in the second half playing both a stronger defence and offence against the powerful Falcons. In the end the Knights fell short to the Falcons 3-0.

The player of the games in the match were Josh Herter of Fleming and Dominic Szyszka of Fanshawe.

You can follow along with the championship at ocaa.com/msoc and watch the games streamed at ocaa.com/ocaalive.

Source: Fleming Knights

Championship Website: www.ocaa.com/msoc

Live Webcast: www.ocaa.com/ocaalive

Wednesday, October 23
Quarter-Finals
Game #1: Humber def. Algonquin 1-0
Game #2: Seneca def. UTM 6-2
Game #3: Sheridan def. Durham 2-0
Game #4: Fanshawe def. Fleming 3-0

Friday, October 25
Semi-Finals
Game #5: Humber vs. Seneca – 12 p.m.
Game #6: Sheridan vs. Fanshawe – 3 p.m.

Saturday, October 26
Bronze Medal Match
Game #7: Loser Game #5 vs. Loser Game #6 – 12 p.m.
Winning team presented OCAA Bronze Medal at conclusion of match

Gold Medal Match
Game #8: Winner Game #5 vs. Winner Game #6 – 3 p.m.
OCAA Gold and Silver Medals presented at conclusion of match

– OCAA –

ABOUT ONTARIO COLLEGES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) is the recognized leader in intercollegiate athletics in the province, dedicated to student-athlete and sport development. The OCAA has 27 members sponsoring 12 varsity sports.

For additional information please contact:
Josh Bell-Webster
Marketing and Communications
Ontario Colleges Athletic Association
Tel: 416-426-7041
E-mail: bell-webster@ocaa.com

Fleming Knights Hosts 16th Annual Cross Country Race

Peterborough, ON – Sunday September 22, 2019 marked  Fleming College’s 16th Annual Invitational Cross Country Meet. With seven participating colleges, the women raced 6 kilometers with a start time of 11 am, and the men raced 8 kilometers commencing at 12 noon.


Top five women’s finishers were:
1st – Jessica Martin, Fanshawe College at 24:17
2nd – Sammi-Jo Burch, Fanshawe College at 25:40
3rd – Laura Travaglini, Fanshawe College at 25:49
4th – Frances Emery, Fleming College at 25:53
5th – Kenzie Orborne, George Brown College at 25:58


Top five men’s finishers were:
1st – Matthew Lozano, Centennial College at 26:54
2nd – Patrick Smith, Fanshawe College at 27:30
3rd – Lucas Reid, Fanshawe College at 27:43
4th – Luke Groulx, Fanshawe College at 28:00
5th – John Berthelot, Fanshawe College at 28:33

Top women’s team was Fanshawe College in 1st place with a score of 10.

Top men’s teams were:
1st place – Fanshawe College with a score of 14 points
2nd place – Centennial College with a score of 43 points
3rd place – Fleming College and Georgian College with a score of 51 points

 

Looking ahead, Fleming Knights travel to London to race in the Fanshawe College Invitational Meet on Saturday October 5. 

 

 

Knights Colour Fun Run 2019

 

Join us on Friday September 6 to  celebrate the anniversary of Fleming College’s rainbow crosswalks while getting to know Fleming College’s beautiful campus in this fun and festive run/walk. Key locations on campus are showcased as well as our extensive trail system that winds through picturesque natural areas. Donations to the student food bank are encouraged and can be dropped off at the fun run starting location.

The run will start at the baseball diamonds near the Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre.

This is a free event and all are welcome. There will be a 5 km and a 1.5 km route with pizza and prices to follow the run. There will be on site registration from 12 noon until 1 pm. The race will start at 1 pm.

To register click here.

For more information contact: sportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca