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Swimmers Hazem Issa and Naomie Lo named McGill athletes of the year

MONTREAL – Swimmers Hazem Issa of Cairo, Egypt and Naomie Lo of Toronto, were named male and female athletes of the year, respectively, at the 46th annual McGill University varsity sports awards gala, held Thursday at Evo Plaza Centre-Ville in downtown Montreal.
It marked the fifth consecutive year and 18th time in school history that a member of the men’s swim team had won the D. Stuart Forbes Trophy and the sixth occasion that a female swimmer took home the Gladys Bean Trophy, respectively, as the student-athletes who brought most credit to the University by reason of their athletic achievements.
Among the other laureates was hockey alternate captain Alexandre Gagnon of Gatineau, Que., and volleyball co-captain Victoria Iannotti from St. Laurent, Que., received the Richard Pound and Muriel Roscoe trophies, awarded to the graduating male and female athletes, respectively, for proficiency and leadership in athletics over their university careers.
Swimmer Emilia Mastromatteo of Kenora, Ont., took home the Uldis Auders Memorial Trophy as the top sophomore, in any sport, who best combines academic excellence with athletic prowess.

Swimmers Mats Baradat of Hyeres, France, and Maya McGhan of Kenora, Ont., were named as the University’s male and female rookie of the year, respectively.

The Dr. Mac Teskey Award for overcoming adversity while serving as an inspiration to others went to soccer’s Annika Schmunk, a 20-year-old management junior from Powell River, B.C. She overcame a stressful and challenging situation during final exams after learning of her father’s terminal illness back in British Columbia, to receive straight As and earn Academic All-Canadian status and a spot on the Principal’s Student-athlete Honour Roll.

The men’s hockey program received the Martlet Foundation Trophy for the fifth time since 1986 as the varsity team of the year. They placed first of 19 schools in the Ontario conference and posted a 30-14 record overall en route to winning bronze at both the OUA and U SPORTS national championships. They had three OUA all-stars, three conference major awards, one national major award and one player on U SPORTS All-Tournament Team

The women’s artistic swim squad was presented with the Harry Griffiths Trophy for the fifth time since 1996, awarded to the top team outside the jurisdiction of U SPORTS. They won three of six events at Nationals in Winnipeg to finish first of 14 teams and capture the Canadian University Artistic Swimming League by two points over second-place UBC. It was the team’s 17th national title. A well-organized team, they generated close to $10,000 during the recent one-day, McGill-24 fundraiser.

Tribute was also paid to McGill’s 11 All-Canadians, 85 conference all-stars and five league championships won during the 2023-24 varsity season. Conference banners were captured in women’s badminton for the first time since 1982, as well as artistic swimming, both men’s and women’s swimming, in addition to the combined swim title.

The evening concluded with the introduction of the newly-elected slate of officers for the McGill Varsity Council, which will be led by president Elizabeth Mura (hockey) of Calgary. Occupying the vice-president portfolios are track & field’s Ella Durno (communications) of Ottawa, basketball’s Kristy Awikeh (communications) of Aleppo (Syria), baseball’s Wilton Bompey (community outreach) of New York City, field hockey’s Ada Collins (equity, diversity & inclusion) of Evanston, Illinois, hockey’s Mitchell Prowse (varsity affairs) of Kelowna, B.C., and volleyball’s Erin Keating (varsity affairs) of Deerfield, Illinois.

ARTISTIC SWIMMING: Catherine McGee (Toronto, Ont)
BADMINTON: Nicolas Germain (Laval, Que) and Eliana Zhang (2nd consec. year; Ile-Bizard, Que)
BASEBALL: Brad Marelich (Pasadena, Calif.)
BASKETBALL: Sean Herscovitch (Montreal, Que) and Lily Rose Chatila (Quebec City, Que)
CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNING: Jerome Jacques (St. Lambert, Que) and Sienna Matheson (Kingston, Ont)
FIELD HOCKEY: Avery Bourbonnais (Mississauga, Ont)
FOOTBALL: Darius Simmons (Lachine, Que)
GOLF: Simon Savaria (Oakville, Ont) and Sophia Ghorbel (New Canaan, Conn., USA)
HOCKEY: Scott Walford (3rd consec. year; Coquitlam, B.C.) and Jade Rivard-Coulombe (Chateauguay, Que)
LACROSSE: Joseph Boehm (Waterloo, Ont)
ROWING: Markus Maile (Vancouver, BC) and Eloise Doesserich (Washington, DC, USA)
RUGBY: Ian McDowell (Dorval, Que) and Lauren Minns (NDG, Que)
SOCCER: Matisse Chretien (Quebec City, Que) and Mara Bouchard (3rd consec. year; Granby, Que)
SWIMMING: Hazem Issa (Cairo, CAIRO) and Naomie Lo (Toronto, Ont)
TRACK & FIELD: Matthew Beaudet (2nd consec. year; NDG, Que) and Donna Ntambue (2nd consec. year; Montreal, Que)
VOLLEYBALL: Victoria Iannotti (St. Laurent, Que)


Hazem Issa (swimming)

A 21-year-old civil engineering junior, was named male athlete of the meet in all five RSEQ competitions. At the league championship meet, the 6-foot-5, 212-pound sprinter won five gold medals and a silver to merit conference all-star honours. He qualified for Nationals, where he attained second-team All-Canadian status after winning silver in the 4×100 freestyle relay and bronze in the 50m butterfly.


Naomie Lo (swimming)

A 21-year-old science junior majoring in software engineering, she was named RSEQ female swimmer of the year. The 5-foot-2, middle distance specialist, won five gold medals and a silver at the RSEQ championship to earn athlete of the meet and conference all-star honours. Lo qualified for Nationals, where she reached the A finals in four of her five events, won silver in the 400m freestyle and merited second-team All-Canadian status.


Emilia Mastromatteo (swimming)

A 19-year-old anatomy and cellular biology major, she set a conference record in the 50m breaststroke and merited all-star honours after winning five gold medals and one bronze at the RSEQ championships. Mastromatteo qualified for Nationals, where she finished sixth in the 50m backstroke and eighth in the 100m breaststroke.


Alexandre Gagnon (hockey)

Gagnon, A 25-year-old physical and health education senior, Gagnon won the OUA nomination and the national Dr. Randy Gregg Award as the hockey player who best combines academics and community service this season. An Academic All-Canadian and member of the Principal’s Student-athlete Honour Roll, Gagnon has won multiple scholarships and bursaries, including the 1938 Champions Award for excellence in leadership, academics and athletics. A past recipient of the team’s most improved player award (Albert Fyon Trophy), he served as the hockey team rep on the Varsity Council. In 96 career games overall, he scored 44 points including 19 goals, and had only 22 penalty minutes


Victoria Iannotti (volleyball)

A 24-year-old software engineering senior, she was a three-time conference all-star who won the 2022 national Thérèse Quigley Award for combining academics with leadership and community service. Iannotti meritedAcadademic All-Canadian status and made the Principal’s Student-athlete Honour Roll. She received the Jean Beliveau Athletic Award for academic achievement and leadership in student and/or community affairs. Iannotti was also a recipient of the Dorothy Nichol Award for academic achievement and contributions to extra-curricular activities in athletics. Heavily involved in team outreach to potential recruits, she was a key coordinator of the team’s crowd-funding campaign and various community events, including a fundraiser for the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation. She sat on the Varsity Council in the capacity as VP–student-athlete initiatives. In 64 career regular season games, she scored 749.5 points, 625 kills, 36 aces, 72.5 stuff blocks and had 354 digs.

MALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AWARD (in first year of eligibility and under 22 years old by Sept. 1):

Mats Baradat (swimming)

A 20-year-old economics freshman, he was named as both, the RSEQ rookie and athlete of the year in swimming. Baradat earned conference all-star status and national All-Canadian honours.Over his four  conference meets, he tallied seven gold medals and a pair of bronzes, including a triple golden performance at the RSEQ championship meet. He qualified for five events at Nationals, where he claimed gold (4×200 free relay), bronze (400 free), finished sixth in the 1500 free, 11th in 200 butterfly and 14th in 200 free

FEMALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AWARD (in first year of eligibility and under 22 years old by Sept. 1):

Maya McGhan (swimming)

An 18-year-old management freshman, she won 10 gold medals, four silvers and a pair of bronzes over her five conference meets. At the league championships, she collected three gold medals and a pair of silvers. She qualified for Nationals, where she was fourth in 4×100 free relay, 20th in the 50 free, 20th in the 800 free, 11th in the 200 individual medley and 15th in 400 IM.


MAJOR D.STUART FORBES TROPHY (McGill male athlete of the year)
1947-48 Jack Gelineau Hockey
1948-49 Adin Merrow Swimming
1949-50 Rocky Robillard Hockey/Football
1950-51 Peter Robinson Football
1951-52 Dave Caldwell Football
1952-53 Bob MacLellan Hockey/Football
1953-54 Lionel Waitman Track/Football
1954-55 Herb English Football/Hockey
1955-56 Jerry Anderson Diving/Football
1956-57 Peter Reid Nordic Skiing / X-Country
1957-58 Leo Konyk Hockey/Football
1958-59 Dick Hinton Boxing
1959-60 Cameron Grout Swimming
1960-61 Carl Hansen Football
1961-62 W. Peter Adams Track/X-country / Skiing
1962-63 Tony Blair Football / Skiing
1963-64 Willie Lambert Football
1964-65 Colin Adair Squash
1965-66 Dick Feidler Football
1966-67 Dave Bruneau Skiing
1967-68 Peter Martin Squash
1968-69 Nasko Golomeev Basketball
1969-70 Dave Fleiszer Football
1970-71 John Hawes Swimming
1971-72 John Hawes Swimming
1972-73 Chris Rumball Football
1973-74 Ross Brooks Football
1974-75 Robert Kasting Swimming
1975-76 Marc Beauregard Football
1976-77 Charlie Galbraith Basketball
1977-78 Tom Barbeau Football
1978-79 Pat Kehoe Basketball
1979-80 Marc Lacelle Football
1980-81 Gordon Brabant Basketball
1981-82 Brian Decaire Soccer
1982-83 Dickens St. Vil Soccer
1983-84 Gilles Hudon Hockey
1984-85 Jaimie Crawford Football / Basketball
1985-86 Mark Reade Hockey
1986-87 Mark Reade Hockey
1987-88 Michael Soles Football
1988-89 Michael Soles Football
1989-90 Paul Brousseau Basketball
1990-91 Bryan Larkin Hockey
1991-92 Martin Raymond Hockey
1992-93 Paul Watson Swimming
1993-94 Val St. Germain Football
1994-95 Steve Papp Football
1995-96 Leo Grépin Swimming
1996-97 Pierre Gendron Hockey
1997-98 Marc Mounicot Soccer
1998-99 David Allard Swimming
1999-00 Mathieu Darche Hockey
2000-01 Randy Chevrier Football
2001-02 Domenico Marcario Basketball
2002-03 Alexandre Pichette Swimming
2003-04 Ryan Tomicic Swimming
2004-05 Mathieu Poitras Hockey
2005-06 Mathieu Poitras Hockey
2006-07 Ryan Tomicic Swimming
2007-08 Charles-Antoine Sinotte Football
2008-09 Steven Bielby Swimming
2009-10 Francis Verreault-Paul Hockey
2010-11 Alex Picard-Hooper Hockey
2011-12 Marc-Andre Dorion Hockey
2012-13 Steven Bielby Swimming
2013-14 Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Football
2014-15 Cedric McNicoll Hockey
2015-16 Samuel Labrecque Hockey
2016-17 Dele Ogundokun Basketball
2017-18 Dele Ogundokun Basketball
2018-19 Clement Secchi Swimming
2019-20 Clement Secchi Swimming
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Clement Secchi Swimming
2022-23 Pablo Collin Swimming
2023-24 Hazem Issa Swimming
GLADYS BEAN TROPHY (McGill female athlete of the year)
1991-92 Linda Thyer Track & Cross-country
1992-93 Andrea Nugent Swimming
1993-94 Linda Thyer Track & Cross-country
1994-95 Linda Thyer Track & Cross-country
1995-96 Vicky Tessier Basketball
1996-97 Vicky Tessier Basketball
1997-98 Tambra Dunn Track & Cross-country
1998-99 Holly McComb Swimming
1999-00 Sarah Ali-Khan Track & Cross-country
2000-01 Sarah Ali-Khan Track & Cross-country
2001-02 Sarah Ali-Khan Track & Cross-country
2002-03 Kim St. Pierre Hockey
2003-04 Carolyn McCabe Swimming
2004-05 Danielle Day Soccer
2005-06 Shari Fraser Soccer
2006-07 Vanessa Davidson Hockey
2007-08 Vanessa Davidson Hockey
2008-09 Charline Labonté Hockey
2009-10 Cathy Chartrand Hockey
2010-11 Cathy Chartrand Hockey
2011-12 Ann-Sophie Bettez Hockey
2012-13 Melodie Daoust Hockey
2013-14 Katia Clément-Heydra Hockey
2014-15 Mariam Sylla Basketball
2015-16 Melodie Daoust Hockey
2016-17 Melodie Daoust Hockey
2017-18 Alex Kiss-Rusk Basketball
2018-19 Claire Vercheval Volleyball
2019-20 Daphne Danyluk Swimming
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Jade Downie-Landry Hockey
2022-23 Isabel Sarty Swimming
2023-24 Naomie Lo Swimming
RICHARD POUND AWARD (graduating male, for proficiency & leadership over career)
1991-92 John-Paul Veri Football
1992-93 Doug Naudie Football
1993-94 Ken Friedman Football
1994-95 Todd McDougall Basketball
1995-96 Todd Marcellus Hockey
1996-97 Reid McDougall Rugby
1997-98 Derek Prohar Hockey
1998-99 Jean-Philippe Darche Football
1999-00 Olivier Lefebvre Football
2000-01 Dan McLean Hockey
2001-02 Costa Lambrakis Volleyball
2002-03 David Burgess Hockey
2003-04 Graeme Thomas Baseball
2004-05 Denburk Reid Baseball
2005-06 (NOT AWARDED)
2006-07 Ryan Tomicic Swimming
2007-08 David Urquhart Hockey
2008-09 Ken Morin Hockey
2009-10 Cayse Ruiter  Rugby
2010-11 Guillaume Doucet Hockey
2011-12 Gideon Balloch Rugby
2012-13 Steven Bielby Swimming
2013-14 Ryan McKiernan Hockey
2014-15 Benoit Levesque Hockey
2015-16 Vincent Dufort Basketball
2016-17 Patrick Delisle-Houde Hockey
2017-18 Nathan Chiarlitti Hockey
2018-19 Noah Daoust Basketball
2019-20 Quentin Basiren Rowing
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Samuel Tremblay Hockey
2022-23 Owen Cumming Rugby
2023-24 Alexandre Gagnon Hockey
MURIEL ROSCOE AWARD (graduating female, for proficiency & leadership over career)
1948-49 (tie) Anne Merston Johnstone  Badminton  
(tie) Louise McFarlane  Basketball
1949-50 (tie) Molly Camp  Basketball 
(tie) Joan Mount   Swimming
1950-51 Roberta Tyler Basketball
1951-52 (tie) Wendy Clough  Basketball
(tie) Bliss Mathews  Badminton/Diving/Swimming
1952-53 Alfreda Redgell Badminton/Swimming
1953-54 Rexanne Moore Tennis/Basketball
1954-55 Anne Turnbull Basketball/Archery /Soccer
1955-56 (tie) Patricia Mowat  Tennis
(tie) Dorothy May Basketball
1956-57 Sheila Morris Badminton/Tennis
1957-58 Lorraine Brender Volleyball
1958-59 Nadia Pavlychendo Basketball
1959-60 (NOT AWARDED)
1960-61 Marian McDougall Diving
1961-62 (NOT AWARDED)
1962-63 Judith Irwin Diving
1963-64 Frances Rorke Figure Skating
1964-65 (NOT AWARDED)
1965-66 Bonnie Black Hockey
1966-67 Sue Boville Badminton
1967-68 Sue Snyder Tennis/Hockey
1968-69 Susan Kelsey Basketball
1969-70 Jeanné Adderley Field Hockey
1970-71 Penny Drury Field Hockey/Ski Team
1971-72 Alice Havel Field Hockey
1972-73 (NOT AWARDED)
1973-74 Barbara Dawson Field Hockey/Volleyball
1974-75 Alice Jefferies Alpine Skiing
1975-76 Suzanne Paquette Field Hockey/Ice Hockey
1976-77 Carol Jefferies Ice Hockey/Alpine Skiing
1977-78 Wendy Stack Field Hockey/Ice Hockey
1978-79 Lois Moralejo Swimming
1979-80 Laura Drover Hockey
1980-81 Janet Biewald Tennis/Rowing
1981-82 Lori Henritzy Swimming
1982-83 Eniko Kiefer Diving
1983-84 Annie Constantinides Basketball
1984-85 Robin Anderson Synchro Swimming
1985-86 Lizanne Bussieres X-country/Track & Field
1986-87 Mary White Alpine Skiing
1987-88 Hélène Cowan Basketball
1988-89 Leah Hayman Basketball
1989-90 Alexa Bagnell Swimming
1990-91 Karian Aarup Rugby/Hockey
1991-92 Tracy Darling Swimming
1992-93 Jane Ross Basketball
1993-94 Gayle Noble Soccer
1994-95 Maryam Moayeri Volleyball
1995-96 Karen Whiting Synchro Swimming
1996-97 Anna Leong Swimming
1997-98 Beth Brown Hockey/Soccer
1998-99 Beth Robertson Field Hockey
1999-00 Elisa Kearney Track & Field
2000-01 Danielle Sweeney Skiing, F. Hockey, Ultimate
2001-02 Elizabeth Jamieson Volleyball
2002-03 Christie Finney Soccer
2003-04 Sally Carter Field Hockey, Badminton
2004-05 Andrea Drager Tennis
2005-06 Amanda Costa Basketball
2006-07 Vanessa Foucher Synchro Swimming
2007-08 Shauna Denis Hockey
2008-09 Chantal Gauvin Hockey
2009-10 Rebecca Martindale  Hockey
2010-11 Cathy Chartrand Hockey
2011-12 Leanne Roach Swimming
2012-13 Sarah McCuaig Track & Field / Cross-country
2013-14 Helene Bibeau Basketball
2014-15 Valerie De Broux Swimming
2015-16 Olivia Sutter Hockey
2016-17 Jennifer Silver Basketball
2017-18 Myriam Robitaille Volleyball
2018-19 Sarah Dubois Soccer
2019-20 Emilia Cotter Hockey
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Nikki van Noord Swimming
2022-23 Christiana Colizza Hockey
2023-24 Victoria Iannotti Volleyball
ULDIS AUDERS AWARD (sophomore for combined athletic & academic excellence)
1981-82 Willie Hinz Basketball
1982-83 Vilhelm Boggild  Basketball
1983-84 Brian Hasegawa  Swimming
1984-85 Lloyd Lazar  Soccer
1985-86 Patrick Arsenault  Basketball
1986-87 John Hayward  Soccer
1987-88 Naomi Hasegawa  Soccer
1988-89 J.P. Vialard  Soccer
1989-90 Gayle Noble  Soccer
1990-91 Natalie Ioanidis  Soccer
1991-92 Doug Naudie  Football
1992-93 Julia Maughan  Soccer
1993-94 Léo Grépin  Swimming
1994-95 Anna Leong  Swimming
1995-96 Craig Hutchison  Swimming
1996-97 Joanne Hager  Soccer
1997-98 Jason Forsyth  Soccer
1998-99 Erik Shessler  Swimming
1999-00 Mathieu Harding  Soccer
2000-01 Kerry Cregan  Swimming
2001-02 Meghan Stewart  Rugby
2002-03 Derek Tsang  Soccer
2003-04 Christine Borisov  Volleyball
2004-05 Mathieu Laforest  Badminton
2005-06 Christian Dabrowski  Rowing
2006-07 Jean-Michel Filiatrault  Hockey
2007-08 Joanie Stilling Swimming
2008-09 Guillaume Doucet Hockey
2009-10 Steven Bielby Swimming
2010-11 Sarah McCuaig Track / X-Country
2011-12 Ryan McKiernan Hockey
2012-13 Alexander Rohrbach Lacrosse
2013-14 Mariam Sylla Basketball
2014-15 Francois Bourque Basketball
2015-16 Ryan McClelland Track / X-Country
2016-17 Sanchit Gupta Soccer
2017-18 Elisabeth Perrault Volleyball
2018-19 Kellyane Lecours Hockey
2019-20 Maria Gheta Artistic Swimming
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Elizabeth Ling Swimming
2022-23 Pablo Collin Swimming
2023-24 Emilia Mastromatteao Swimming
MALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR TROPHY (freshman, under 21 as of Sept. 1)
2009-10 Jonathan Collin Football
2010-11 Simon Bibeau Basketball
2011-12 Marc-Andre Benoit Swimming
2012-13 Shaquille Johnson Football
2013-14 Dele Ogundokun Basketball
2014-15 Karl Forgues Football
2015-16 Dominic Talbot-Tassi Hockey
2016-17 Kendrick Jolin Basketball
2017-18 Daniel Adesegun Football
2018-19 Clement Secchi Swimming
2019-20 Brian Yu Swimming
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Matthew Beaudet Track & Cross-Country
2022-23 Eloa Latendresse-Regimbald Football
2023-24 Mats Baradat Swimming
FEMALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR TROPHY (freshman, under 21 as of Sept.1)
2009-10 Hayley Warren Track & Field
2010-11 Katia Clement-Heydra Hockey
2011-12 Melodie Daoust Hockey
2012-13 Mariam Sylla Basketball
2013-14 Jennifer Silver Basketball
2014-15 Merika Guerin Basketball
2015-16 Gladys Hakizimana Basketball
2016-17 Tricia Deguire Hockey
2017-18 Charlotte Clayton Basketball
2018-19 Charlene Robitaille Volleyball
2019-20 Daphne Danyluk Swimming
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Elizabeth Ling Swimming
2022-23 Eliana Zhang Volleyball
2023-24 Maya McGhan Swimming
DR. MAC TESKEY AWARD (for overcoming adversity while serving as an inspiration to others)
1985-86 Cliff Wilson  Football
1986-87 Mireille Béland  Basketball
1987-88 (NOT AWARDED)
1988-89 (NOT AWARDED)
1989-90 (NOT AWARDED)
1990-91 (NOT AWARDED)
1991-92 (NOT AWARDED)
1992-93 Delando Hawthorne  Football
1993-94 Michael Emslie  Football
1994-95 Vicky Tessier  Basketball
1995-96 Debby Morse  Basketball
1996-97 Daniel Lafontaine  Football
1997-98 (NOT AWARDED)
1998-99 Shawn Linden  Football
1999-00 Philippe Lazure  Soccer
2000-01 Stephane Ducharme Hockey
2001-02 Nicolas Martin  Swimming
2002-03 (NOT AWARDED)
2003-04 Cheeka Mitchell  Basketball
2004-05 (NOT AWARDED)
2005-06 Neena Gupta  Soccer
2006-07 Marie-Eve Beaulieu-Demers  Basketball
2007-08 Benoit Arsenault Hockey
2008-09 (NOT AWARDED)
2009-10 Anneth Him-Lazarenko Basketball
2010-11 (NOT AWARDED)
2011-12 (NOT AWARDED)
2012-13 Simon Bibeau Basketball
2013-14 Daphnée Maude André-Morin Volleyball
2014-15 Jonathan Telfort Basketball
2015-16 Casey Auerbach Baseball
2016-17 Jennifer Silver Basketball
2017-18 Etienne Boutet & Jasmin Boutet Hockey
2018-19 (NOT AWARDED)
2019-20 (tie) Sam Tremblay & Nathanael Halbert Hockey
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 (NOT AWARDED)
2022-23 Isaiah Cree Lacrosse
2023-24 Annika Schmunk Soccer
MARTLET FOUNDATION TROPHY (U SPORTS varsity team of the year)
1985-86 Basketball  (W)
1986-87 Swimming  (W)
1987-88 Football (M)
1988-89 Swimming  (W)
1989-90 Soccer (W)
1990-91 Soccer (W)
1991-92 Soccer (W)
1992-93 Soccer (W)
1993-94 Soccer (W)
1994-95 Basketball (W)
1995-96 Basketball (W)
1996-97 Swimming (W)
1997-98 Soccer (M)
1998-99 Swimming (M)
1999-00 Hockey (M)
2000-01 Rugby (W)
2001-02 Soccer (W)
2002-03 Football (M)
2003-04 Swimming (W)
2004-05 Soccer (W)
2005-06 Hockey (M)
2006-07 Hockey (W)
2007-08 Hockey (W)
2008-09 Hockey (W)
2009-10 Hockey (W)
2010-11 Hockey (W)
2011-12 Hockey (M)
2012-13 Basketball (M)
2013-14 Hockey (W)
2014-15 Basketball (W)
2015-16 Basketball (W)
2016-17 Basketball (W)
2017-18 Hockey (M)
2018-19 Hockey (W)
2019-20 Swimming (M)
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Swimming (M)
2022-23 Swimming (W)
2023-24 Hockey (M)
HARRY GRIFFTHS TROPHY (non U SPORTS varsity team of the year)
1995-96 Rugby (w)
1996-97 Rowing (m & w)
1997-98 Tennis (w)
1998-99 Synchro swimming (w)
1999-00 Rowing (m & w)
2000-01 Alpine Skiing (m & w)
2001-02 Alpine Skiing (m & w)
2002-03 Rugby (m)
2003-04 Alpine Skiing (m & w)
2004-05 Synchro swimming (w)
2005-06 Rowing (m & w)
2006-07 Baseball (m)
2007-08 Synchro swimming (w)
2008-09 Lacrosse (m)
2009-10 Lacrosse (m)
2010-11 (NOT AWARDED)
2011-12 (NOT AWARDED)
2012-13 Lacrosse (m)
2013-14 Rugby (m)
2014-15 Baseball (m)
2015-16 Lacrosse (m)
2016-17 Baseball (m)
2017-18 Baseball (m)
2018-19 Baseball (m)
2019-20 Artistic swimming (w)
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Rugby (m)
2022-23 Rugby (m)
2023-24 Artistic swimming (w)
VARSITY CHALLENGE CUP (most support for other varsity teams)
2008-09 Volleyball (m)
2009-10 Volleyball (m)
2010-11 Hockey (w)
2011-12 Basketball (m)
2012-13 Volleyball (w)
2013-14 Hockey (w)
2014-15 Volleyball (w)
2015-16 Volleyball (w)
2016-17 Soccer (w)
2017-18 Soccer (w)
2018-19 Hockey (w)
2019-20 Hockey (w)
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 (NOT AWARDED)
2022-23 (NOT AWARDED)
2023-24 (NOT AWARDED)
2009-10 Ted Smith, McGill Fight Band
2010-11 Tom Fabian, Red Thunder
2011-12 (NOT AWARDED)
2012-13 Ali Hendren, Basketball support staff
2013-14 (NOT AWARDED)
2014-15 (NOT AWARDED)
2015-16 Cam McPherson, McGill Fight Band
2016-17 Carrie Mouck, Synchro
2017-18 Earl Hawke, Hockey support staff
2018-19 Erika Cournoyer, Volleyball volunteer
2019-20 Tia Lore, Soccer
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 Evelyn Silverson-Tokatlidis, Rugby
2022-23 (NOT AWARDED)
2023-24 (NOT AWARDED)
2019-20 William Simpson, Swimming
2020-21 (NOT AWARDED)
2021-22 (NOT AWARDED)
2022-23 (NOT AWARDED)
2023-24 (NOT AWARDED)

Earl Zukerman
Sports Information Officer
Athletics & Recreation
McGill University

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