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ghallSeptember 18, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Greg Hall (Men's Baseball)
Hall was a force to be reckoned with at the plate in George Brown’s home opening doubleheader on Saturday. The 5’10” infielder had three hits, three RBI’s and scored four runs in nine at-bats, including a solo homerun to cap the Huskies 9-3 win in game two. The second-year Husky, batting i...
Female Athlete of the Week: Jenna Freeman (Cross Country)
In her first run as a Husky, Freeman was nothing short of spectacular. The Orillia native, currently enrolled in the Sport and Event Marketing program, finished second overall at the season-opening Fanshawe Invitational. She finished with a time of 23:48.5, and led the women’s team as a wh...
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filipevSeptember 11, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Filipe Vilela (Men’s Soccer)
In his first game as a Husky, the 6’2” striker found the back of the net and was the focal point of Conestoga’s defensive efforts in a season opening 2-0 road win. A League1 Ontario all-star with the Oakville Blue Devils, Vilela (Toronto, ON) looks well on his way to asserting himself amon...
cpellegrinoFemale Athlete of the Week: Cynthia Pellegrino (Women’s Soccer)
A second-year Husky, Pellegrino (Mississauga, ON) scored George Brown soccer’s first goal of the 2017 season in Saturday’s season opener. The 5’3” midfielder was solid throughout the day, and figures to play a crucial role on both sides of the ball this season. Playing with Julia Kassner a...
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Shaq AgardMarch 27, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Shaquille Agard
Agard proved himself the provinces most dominant indoor soccer player at the Provincial Championship, earning Tournament MVP honours while leading the Huskies to a gold medal. The 6’0” Toronto native, an OCAA All-Star during the outdoor season, scored a tournament-best six goals en route t...
steve efsthMale Athlete of the Week: Steve Efstathiadis
The Huskies allowed just three goals in six games at the Provincial Championship, and Efstathiadis work on the defensive end was a big reason why. The second-year defender was named to the Tournament All-Star team, the linchpin of a unit that pitched four shutouts. His combination of physi...
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djMarch 20, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Dejazmatch James
James led the Huskies offensively at the CCAA National Championship, putting up 20-plus points in two of George Brown’s three games. The 6’1” combo guard scored a team-best 22 points in Saturday’s season-ending 95-74 win over Mount Allison, shooting seven-for-thirteen from the field while ...
ted johnsonMale Athlete of the Week: Ted Johnson
Johnson, a fifth-year Husky, wrapped up what has been a memorable career this past weekend at the National Championship. The 5’9” guard came off the bench to score 15 points on four-for-eight shooting from beyond the arc in Friday’s matchup against Lethbridge, netting him Player of the Gam...
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zuhMarch 13, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Zuheib Mohamed
Mohamed had a day to remember at Thursday’s Regional Qualifier, scoring five goals while leading the Huskies to a perfect 3-0 record and spot in the Provincial Championship (March 23-25 @ Redeemer College). The first-year Toronto native found the back of the net four times in a 9-0 win ove...
juliaFemale Athlete of the Week: Julia Kassner
Kassner nearly led the Huskies Women’s Indoor Soccer team to a Provincial Championship birth last Tuesday, converting on a late penalty kick at Regionals against Seneca to ensure a 1-1 draw. George Brown wound up falling just shy, but Kassner’s play led to numerous excellent offensive oppo...
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djMarch 6, 2017

Not Specified Athlete of the Week: DJ James
DJ James led George Brown over Niagara in Friday night’s OCAA Championship semi-final, pouring in a team-best 19 points, including 13 in the decisive second half. The 6’1” fourth-year Husky added nine rebounds and two steals, and James beat up on opposing guards in the paint throughout the...
k mascoeNot Specified Athlete of the Week: Kevon Mascoe
Unstoppable. Kevon Mascoe was just that in Saturday night’s OCAA Championship gold medal game, finishing with 32 points, eight rebounds, and five assists.  The Scarborough native was the best player on the court, and nailed a triple with thirteen seconds remaining to tie the game at 74. Ma...
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D JackmanFebruary 27, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: D'Artaniel Jackman
Jackman (Toronto) wrapped up a standout fourth season at the Provincial Championship last week, combining for a team-best 11 kills on 41 total attacks over two matches. The 6’3” outside hitter was named a second team OCAA All-Star on Thursday morning, and was the catalyst behind the Huskie...
ahmed yousefMale Athlete of the Week: Ahmed Youssef
Youssef (Toronto) capped what has been an impressive season by being named George Brown’s player of the game against Redeemer on Friday. The imposing 6’0” middle finished with 11 kills on 40 total attacks at the OCAA Championship, to go along with three blocks. Youssef became one of Ontari...
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A ClarkeFebruary 21, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Ajahmo Clarke
Ajahmo Clarke (Ajax) became the OCAA’s all-time leading scorer on Saturday afternoon with his 1,904th career point in a 90-85 win over St. Lawrence (K). The 6’3” guard has proven a master of the mid-range over his five year career, a physically imposing playmaker with as diverse an offensi...
a mbikayFemale Athlete of the Week: Angel Mbikay
Angel Mbikay (Toronto) became George Brown’s Women’s Basketball programs all-time leading scorer on Saturday, finishing her Huskies career with 584 points. The 5’7” wing poured in 35 points over the weekend, setting the all-time record early in the first quarter against St. Lawrence (K). O...
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k mascoeFebruary 13, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Kevon Mascoe
Kevon Mascoe (Scarborough) continues to provide George Brown with great tenacity on both ends of the court. In the Huskies biggest win to date Friday night at Seneca, the 6’2” guard filled the stats sheet with 17 points, six rebounds, two assists and a steal. Down the stretch Mascoe was a ...
p ming leeFemale Athlete of the Week: Pao Ming Lee
Pao Ming Lee (Toronto) put a fitting cap on what has been an outstanding two year career with George Brown. The 5’9” outside hitter led the way on Friday night as George Brown completed the season sweep of La Cite, tallying 10 kills on 19 attacks, five digs and an ace. In Saturday afternoo...
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matt bukovecFebruary 6, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Matthew Bukovec
Third-year forward Matthew Bukovec (Toronto) continues to provide the 14-1 Huskies with an elite floor spacing big. The 6’6” shooter hit nine three’s in a pair of impressive road wins over Centennial and Canadore last week, tallying a team-best 46 points, 16 rebounds, five assists and thre...
Y KimFemale Athlete of the Week: Yunji Kim
Yunji Kim (Lome) continued what has been an outstanding season at the Regional Tournament last week, going a perfect 4-0 in winning the Women’s Singles title and qualifying for the Provincial Championship. The second year Husky has now finished on the podium in every event she has competed...
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matt krokJanuary 30, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Mateusz Krok
Mateusz Krok (Mississauga) picked a perfect time to elevate his play; the second year Husky played a crucial role in consecutive George Brown wins last week. In a memorable 3-2 comeback win over Loyalist the 6’4” middle was the biggest reason the Huskies reeled off three straight sets to w...
t samuelsFemale Athlete of the Week: Tiana Samuels
Tiana Samuels (Scarborough) continues to be a bright spot for the Huskies, asserting herself among the provinces elite outside hitters. The 5’7” third year player had a combined nine kills, 40 total attacks, 22 digs and a blocked shot over two matches while providing solid defensive play a...
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A ClarkeJanuary 24, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Ajahmo Clarke
Ajahmo Clarke (Ajax) poured in 56 points in a pair of wins over Algonquin and La Cite that extended George Brown’s win streak to eight games and their record to an Eastern Division best 12-1. Clarke also shot nearly 50 percent from the field, dished out eight assists, and had 13 boards ove...
K GrimaldoFemale Athlete of the Week: Kiyann Grimaldo
Kiyann Grimaldo (Ajax) continues to assert herself among the OCAA’s best freshman, putting up yet another double-double against Algonquin and combining for 26 points and 16 rebounds over the weekend.  Grimaldo’s work on the boards has been a boon for the guard heavy Huskies, and she is now...
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s agardJanuary 16, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: Shaquille Agard
Shaquille Agard (Toronto), already a fall semester OCAA All-Star, led the way on Friday as George Brown captured a title at the season opening Centennial Tournament, defeating Sheridan, the Colts and UTM en route to the win. The program picked up where it left off in 2016, with the outdoor...
a mbikayFemale Athlete of the Week: Angel Mbikay
Looking like a different team in 2017, George Brown Women’s Basketball picked up their most impressive win of the season on Friday night over Durham. Angel Mbikay (Toronto) scored a season high 23 points in the win, relentlessly attacking a tough Durham front-line and doing a number on the...
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djJanuary 9, 2017

Male Athlete of the Week: DJ James
James (Toronto) led the Huskies to a second place finish at this weekends George Brown Men’s Basketball Tournament. The 6’1” guard averaged 25.3 points per game and shot nearly 50 percent from the field, including a 38 point outburst to lead the Huskies past Canadore in the semi’s. James w...
tianna sullivanFemale Athlete of the Week: Tianna Sullivan
The Huskies earned the consolation title at this weekends Seneca Classic, largely on the shoulders of third-year wing Tianna Sullivan (Toronto). In George Brown’s clinching game against Georgian, the third year Husky put up a line of 16 points, 13 rebounds and four steals. Over three games...
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a chaoDecember 12, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Alex Chao
Chao (Ottawa), a first year Husky, put together an impressive two-day performance at this weekend’s George Brown Open Invitational. The freshmen ran the table in Men’s Doubles play with partner Ben Yong (Mississauga), winning four consecutive matches en route to capturing the ‘A’ flight Ti...
Y KimFemale Athlete of the Week: Yunji Kim
Kim (Lome), played in three disciplines over the weekend, excelling in each despite the heavy workload. She opened on Saturday with a Finals appearance in Women’s Singles, where she fell in an extremely close three set decision to Alice Zhu. Kim followed that up with another Finals appeara...
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matt bukovecDecember 5, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Matthew Bukovec
Bukovec’s (Toronto) versatility was on full display last week in a pair of convincing wins that ran the Huskies record to 8-1. The 6’6” swingman scored a season-best 18 points in Wednesday night’s 85-59 victory over Loyalist, shooting 8-for-11 from the field while consistently over-extendi...
p ming leeFemale Athlete of the Week: Pao Ming Lee
Lee (Toronto), a second year Husky, had perhaps her most impressive performance in a season full of them on Tuesday night. The 5’9” outside hitter had a season-high ten service aces, sixteen digs and six kills in the Huskies semester finale. Despite the impressive outing, George Brown fell...
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k mascoeNovember 28, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Kevon Mascoe
Kevon Mascoe (Scarbrough) willed George Brown to a last second win on Saturday afternoon against Canadore, pushing the Huskies record to 6-1 on the season. The 6’2” swingman scored eleven of his game high 26 points in the fourth quarter, including a dagger triple from the corner with under...
K GrimaldoFemale Athlete of the Week: Kiyann Grimaldo
In an otherwise forgettable performance, Kiyann Grimaldo (Ajax) continued to impress in her first season against Georgian on Saturday. The freshmen swingman notched a double-double (10 points, 15 rebounds) and continues to establish herself among the East’s best first year players. Seven o...
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A ClarkeNovember 21, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Ajahmo Clarke
Facing off against his former team, Ajahmo Clarke (Ajax) delivered George Brown a third consecutive road win to open the season while improving the Huskies record to 5-1. The 6’3” shooting guard poured in a game-high 27 points in bringing Durham their first home loss of the season. Clarke ...
Y KimFemale Athlete of the Week: Yunji Kim
Yunji Kim (Lome) was excellent at this weekend’s Fanshawe Invitational, earning top-three finishes in each discipline she entered.  Her strongest performance came in Mixed Doubles, where she and partner Alex Chao (Ottawa) finished second overall and rode four consecutive wins to a final’s ...
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D JackmanNovember 14, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: D'Artaniel Jackman
Despite falling just short of submitting an early candidate from comeback of the year in Sunday’s nail-biting five-set loss to Canadore, D’Artaniel Jackman (Toronto) dominated play at the net from the get go. The second year outside hitter finished his afternoon with a season-best nineteen...
K GrimaldoFemale Athlete of the Week: Kiyann Grimaldo
The Huskies took out Centennial in convincing fashion on Saturday night largely thanks to Kiyann Grimaldo’s (Ajax) play on both ends of the court. The first-year Husky was outstanding on the interior defensively, and finished with a team-high nine rebounds while largely containing the Colt...
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k mascoeNovember 7, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Kevon Mascoe
Kevon Mascoe (Scarborough) scored 23 points in George Brown’s home opening 83-70 win on Friday night over St. Lawrence (K). The 6’2” swingman did much of his damage in the paint, getting to the rim at will and finishing over Vikings big men. Mascoe was also a big reason that George Bro...
A ChauFemale Athlete of the Week: Audrey Chau
Audrey Chau (Toronto) continued her strong start to the season against Centennial on Wednesday night. The 5’7” outside-hitter had a team-leading twenty-six total attacks, nine digs and finished her night with five kills. Facing a lengthy Colts frontline, Chau’s touch around the net was...
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Shaq AgardOctober 31, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Shaquille Agard
The Men’s Soccer program earned a Provincial Bronze Medal this weekend, capping an incredible turnaround from five year playoff drought to OCAA power. Perhaps the biggest reason for the ascent has been Shaquille Agard (Toronto), an elite scorer whose combination of speed, striking ability ...
Leanne SandersFemale Athlete of the Week: Leanne Sanders
Leanne Sanders (Stoufville) is headed to the Cross Country National Championship in a couple of weeks after another great performance at Provincial's. Sanders time of 22:57 was good for ninth overall, the second time she has placed in the top ten at Seneca in the past three weeks. If no...
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Aris EOctober 24, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Aris Efstathiadis
Aris Efstathiadis (Men’s Soccer)In George Brown’s biggest game of the season goalkeeper Aris Efstathiadis (Toronto) was his usual solid self, allowing just one goal as the Huskies advanced to the OCAA Championship. The 5’10” keeper was vocal all afternoon in Saturday’s Crossover win agains...
Angelee WeathersFemale Athlete of the Week: Angelee Weathers
Angelee Weathers (Cross Country)As she has for much of the season, Angelee Weathers (Etobicoke) led the way for George Brown’s Cross Country team at the Brock Invitational. Weathers paced the Women’s team with a 34th place finish in the Huskies final tune-up in advance of next weekend’s Pr...
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Ajahmo ClarkeOctober 17, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Ajahmo Clarke (Men's Basketball)
Ajahmo Clarke (Ajax) led George Brown to the Dave Stewart Tip-Off Tournament title this weekend. The 6’3” guard averaged 14.7ppg over the Huskies three wins, getting it done defensively as well with a combined five steals against St. Lawrence (K) and St. Clair in the semi’s and final. Clar...
Leanne SandersFemale Athlete of the Week: Leanne Sanders (Cross Country)
George Brown’s Cross Country team had their best performance of 2016 at the Seneca Invitational, led by Sanders (Stoufville).  Her time of 22:35 was good for sixth overall, while the Women placed fifth as a team. Along with Angelee Weathers (Etobicoke, 30th this weekend) and Lena Mukhtar (...
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j oliverOctober 3, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Jesse Oliver
Jesse Oliver (Trinidad & Tobago) couldn't have picked a better time for his first goals of the 2016 season. The fourth-year midfielder netted a pair in Saturday afternoon’s 3-2 road win over Sheridan, including the game winner in the first half’s waning minutes. With the victory, George Br...
tianna sullivanFemale Athlete of the Week: Tianna Sullivan
Tianna Sullivan (Toronto) led George Brown in scoring for a second consecutive week, averaging 18.5 points and 6 rebounds at the Durham Big 8 Classic. The versatile 5’9” wing poured in 22 points and 9 boards against the host Lords on Saturday morning. Sullivan was relentless attacking the ...
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husky bgSeptember 26, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Jo-Horus Toutou
Striker Jo-Horus Toutou (Brampton) was a dominant force for the Huskies this week, netting four goals in a couple of big wins over Seneca (2-0) and UTM (5-1). The six-footer has added another dimension to George Brown’s attack since his arrival two games into the season, and the Huskies fr...
Effie TakasFemale Athlete of the Week: Effie Takas
Effie Takas (East York) found the back of the net in both of George Brown’s games last week, including opening the scoring in the Huskies first win of the year on Sunday. The second-year midfielder has provided much needed scoring punch while also supporting a back-end that tightened up ag...
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ozzy kelesSeptember 20, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Ozzy Keles
Third year Husky Ozzy Keles (Turkey) made an impact on both sides of the field in a 3-0 home opening win over Sheridan on Saturday.  The 6’1” defender was crucial in stymieing a potent Bruins offense, while a perfectly timed pinch in the forty-ninth minute resulted in the Huskies second go...
mangosFemale Athlete of the Week: Natalie Mangos
 Natalie Mangos (Goodwood), in her first year as a Husky, was a bright spot for George Brown’s Women’s Soccer team last week. The 5’5” centre defensive back held the fort against strong frontlines from Humber and Sheridan, controlling the middle of the field defensively in a pair of ga...
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mbase-murrell-091414September 12, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Andrew Murrell
Andrew Murrell was spectacular in his season debut for George Brown's Baseball team, spinning a complete game against the Humber Hawks in a 1-1 tie. The third year Pickering native had eleven strikeouts and the Hawks lone run was unearned. On top of his incredible performance on the mo...
aowMale Athlete of the Week: Shaquille Agard
Shaquille Agard made quite an impact in his George Brown Huskies debut. Visiting the Niagara Knights to open the season on Friday the 6’0” Toronto native netted a pair of goals in leading George Brown to a 3-1 victory. Agard struck early (12’) and late (80’) for the Toronto squad, and h...
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takasMarch 7, 2016

Nikolas Takas
 Nikolas Takas earns his first athlete of the week honour.The second year midfield had an impressive tournament scoring two goals in a big team effort by his Indoor Soccer squad to qualify for the Ontario College Athletics Association provincial tournament. He also chipped in with a c...
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siver=twoFebruary 22, 2016

Yunji Kim and Angeline Alviar
The women’s doubles badminton duo earned some hardware at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association provincial championship over the weekend.Yunji Kim and Angeline Alviar finished second in the tournament, winning the silver medal, and a spot at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Associati...
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tomomi-benFebruary 8, 2016

Tomomi Tamura and Ben Yong
The mixed doubles duo earn athletes of the week after going undefeated at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association East regional tournament.Tamura and Yong went 5-0 in the tournament hosted at George Brown College’s newly renovated Casa Loma gymnasium. They were dominant against east ...
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callieFebruary 1, 2016

Female Athlete of the Week: Callie Bazak
It is a sweep this week with two keepers earning athlete of the week. Callie Bazak of the women’s soccer team came up huge in the Redeemer Royals Tournament.She saved three out of four shots on net in the championship match to seal gold for the Huskies at the exhibition tournament in A...
kahaniMale Athlete of the Week: Milad Kahani
Keeper Milad Kahani earns his first athlete of the week this season.The third year athlete was a leader on the field, helping his team finish second place at the Redeemer Royals Cup in Ancaster. Throughout the tournament the Huskies only allowed four goals through five games, all comi...
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kim - badJanuary 25, 2016

Female Athlete of the Week: Yunji Kim
 Yunji Kim had another impressive performance at the St. Clair Invitational Tournament in Windsor.The second-year Husky competed in both the women’s singles and mixed doubled division. In the singles category she made it all the way to the A-flight semi-final before being knocked out by...
mascoe2Male Athlete of the Week: Kevon Mascoe
Kevon Mascoe is a second semester addition to the Huskies basketball team – but enters his second year with the squad. The athletic guard earns his first athlete of the week nod after a comfortable win over Fleming College from Peterborough.The six-foot wing player registered 16 points ...
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January 18, 2016

Male Athlete of the Week: Ben Yong
Ben Yong earns his first athlete of the week. The badminton player finished top four in the A-Flight mixed doubles division with former athlete of the week Tomomi Tamura.Yong was praised by his coaches for the strong play in the Centennial Colts Open in Scarborough, where him and Tamura...
alviar-hsFemale Athlete of the Week: Angeline Alviar
 The first year Husky earns he first athlete of the week after a fantastic performance at the Centennial Colts Open in Scarborough.  She led both her teams to a semi-final finish in the A-flight. In women’s doubles she lost to Yan Zhou & Rachel Nham of Seneca College and on the mixed do...
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bracken-murphyJanuary 11, 2016

Eoghan Bracken-Murphy
ST. LOUIS BAR AND GRILL ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Eoghan Bracken-MurphyThird year setter Eoghan Bracken-Murphy started 2016 on fire registering 19 kills in a close 3-2 win over Trent University from Peterborough. Bracken-Murphy moved from setter to left-side for the game and it paid off. The...
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Tomura- HSDecember 14, 2015

Female Athlete of the Week: Tomomi Tamura
 Tomomi Tamura earns her second athlete of the week selection this year after a dominant performance at the Kim Ng Badminton Open held over the weekend at the Casa Loma Athletic Centre.Tamura won the women’s singles category beating the former Ontario Colleges Athletic Association bronz...
hunter-hMale Athlete of the Week: Hudson Hunter
 This is the first athlete of the week selection for Hudson HunterThe second year badminton player had a successful output at the Kim Ng Open winning the mixed doubles consolation championship with partner Angeline Alvivar. In the consolation championship Hunter and Alvivar had a comfo...
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bg-aotwNovember 30, 2015

Male Athlete of the Week: Brandon Goin Bailey
Third year forward Brandon Goin Bailey is the anchor of the George Brown defense. The former Ontario Colleges Athletic Association east Defensive Player of the year put up fantastic numbers in an excited 69-62 win against St. Lawrence from Kingston. Goin Bailey lead the squad with 9 bo...
angelmFemale Athlete of the Week: Angel Mbikay
 Fourth year guard Angel Mbikay earns her first athlete of the week this year.Mbikay led the Huskies in scoring with in an overtime thriller against St. Lawrence College from Kingston. She dropped 20 points with 8 steals and 5 assists in the 67-64 win pushing the Huskies to fourth in ...
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Tomura- HSNovember 23, 2015

Female Athlete of the Week: Tomomi Tamura
First-year badminton player Tomomi Tamura earns her first athlete of the week selection after a strong performance at the Fanshawe Invitational in London.Tamura played in three different categories over the weekend in the singles, mixed doubles and women’s doubles; making it to the fin...
johnson-hsMale Athlete of the Week: Ted Johnson
Fourth-year basketball player Ted Johnson earns his first athlete of the week nod.The veteran guard shot the lights out over the weekend in a big 89-67 win over Georgian College from Barrie.Johnson put on a clinic from beyond the arc netting six threes in the game while shooting over 50...
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tomatukNovember 16, 2015

Female Athlete of the Week: Faye Tomatuk
Faye Tomatuk earns her first athlete of the week after leading her team in a barn-burner on the road in Scarborough. The second year forward had a fantastic game registering a double-double with 17 points and 15 rebounds in a tough 64-62 loss to Centennial College. Tomatuk has been extr...
davisMale Athlete of the Week: Javaughan Davis
 Javaughan Davis did all the little things over the weekend to help the Huskies defeat the Canadore Panthers from North Bay, 76-60.In the match, Davis came through when it counted, going six for six from the charity stripe and three for four from the floor to net 12 points. Shooting 75 ...
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dartNovember 9, 2015

Male Athlete of the Week: D'Artaniel Jackamn
Veteran volleyball player D’Artaniel Jackman gets his first athlete of the week nod this season. Jackman led the Huskies in back-to-back victories beating Centennial College from Scarborough 3-0 (25-18, 25-14, 25-17) and Canadore College from North Bay 3-1 (25-23, 25-13, 25-27, 25-22) ...
tianaFemale Athlete of the Week: Tiana Samuel
Tiana Samuel had a fantastic performance against Centennial College from Scarborough on Wednesday giving the Huskies their first win of the season.The second-year left side hitter led the Huskies in kills, registering 9 kills along with 16 digs in a 3-1 victory This is not the first t...
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xc-aotwNovember 2, 2015

Women's Cross Country
 The women’s cross country team have been getting results all season. Ranked eighth in the nation going into the Ontario Colleges Athletics Association championship race they did not disappoint.The team, who battled one of the hardest courses and conditions ever in Sault St. Marie, fi...
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JamesOctober 26, 2015

Male Athlete of the Week: Dejazmatch James
 The Huskies guard earns his second athlete of the week honour this year.James led his team to two wins last week beating Loyalist College from Belleville 72-59 and Durham College from Oshawa 77-69. In both games James finished with a double-double while leading the squad in points and r...
allwardFemale Athlete of the Week: Katie Allward
The second year libero, Katie Allward, earns her first athlete of the week this year.Allward had a strong defensive performance in a tough 3-2 loss on the road in Ottawa to La Cite College. Allward finished the game with a team high 17 digs in the close match. The Huskies lost another m...
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macleodOctober 20, 2015

Female Athlete of the Week: Sharlane McLeod
The Huskies runner does it again.Second year Huskies standout Sharlane McLeod had another impressive finish at the Seneca Invitational placing fourth in the five kilometre course with a time of 22:26.She led her team to a third place finish in the competition and their second team podiu...
paglia-hsMale Athlete of the Week: Emilio Paglia
 Huskies baseball slugger and pitcher earns his first athlete of the week this year.It took 22 days and two diamonds, but third-year pitcher Emilio Paglia claimed his first win of the season, 5-4, over playoff-bound Fanshawe College from London. Paglia allowed three earned runs on eigh...
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grekosOctober 13, 2015

Anastasia Grekos
Second year midfield Anastasia Grekos gets her first Athlete of the week selection.She was an integral part on the women’s soccer team, helping them get their first win of the season. They beat University of Toronto Mississauga 2-0 on the road. Grekos had the game winning goal for the H...
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vilarOctober 5, 2015

Female Athlete of the Week: Melissa Vilar
 Former 2011-12 George Brown College Female Athlete of the Year, Melissa Vilar, wins her first athlete of the week this year.The fifth year guard helped lead the women’s basketball balanced attack to a consolation championship at the Big 8 Classic tournament hosted by Durham College fr...
arisMale Athlete of the Week: Aris Efstathiadis
The wet, cold and windy conditions did not slow down the Huskies male athlete of the week, Aris Efstathiadis.The first year goaltender stopped all 11 shots on net, including a penalty shot, to end rival Humber College’s win streak. The Huskies tied the match 0-0, giving Humber their fir...
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macleodSeptember 28, 2015

Female Athlete of the Week: Sharlane Macleod
Second year runner Shaelane Macleod gets her first athlete of the week.The second year runner had her best race as a member of the George Brown Huskies. At the Sault College Invitational, she finished seventh in the five kilometre course with a time of 22:47. Macleod is originally from ...
JamesMale Athlete of the Week: Dejazmatch James
 Veteran guard Dejazmatch James earns this weeks honour.The third year basketball player rejoins the Huskies and made it count. In the St. Lawrence College Invitational in Kingston he led his squad to a third place finish, beating Algonquin College from Ottawa 62-54 in the bronze medal...
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DEFAULT ARTICLE IMAGESeptember 21, 2015

Female Athlete of the Week: Lucy Njura
Age was not a factor for the George Brown Huskies rookie runner.At 36 years old, she placed second in the Fanshawe Invitational five kilometre race with a time of 20:23. This was the first meet of the season for the Huskies runner and she did not disappoint finishing four seconds ahead...
mbase-murrell-091414Male Athlete of the Week: Andrew Murrell
 Huskies 2014-15 baseball MVP Andrew Murrell continues to give opposing pitchers a hard time.In the Huskies third game of the season against city-rivals Seneca College, last year’s George Brown College Rookie of the Year, went 4-5 at bat including a huge double to take the lead late in...
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Nick Manoukarakis
 ST. LOUIS BAR AND GRILL ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Nick ManoukarakisNick Manoukarakis gets the first athlete of the week nod this season. The shortstop and pitcher had a strong plate performance over the weekend, in the season opener, despite back-to-back losses to Humber College from Toron...
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Male Athlete of the Week: Franstelle PeBenito
The Men’s Volleyball team opened their pre-season at the Durham Cup, playing six two-set games on Friday and Saturday. Franstelle PeBenito (Mississauga) took the court for the first time at the OCAA level, and the seventeen year old performed extremely well. “He was attacking aggressively ...
Francesca GirardoFemale Athlete of the Week: Francesca Girardo
Francesca Girardo (Toronto) opened the scoring against UTM on Tuesday night, a game that ended in a 4-3 victory and ensured the Huskies a season sweep of the visiting Eagles. Girardo, a third-year Husky and stalwart on the defensive side of the ball, has emerged as a leader for George Brow...
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