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2009-12-08


December 8th, 2009. The Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (www. W88 www.avrasyahostel.com) is pleased to announce student-athlete selections for the 2009 All Star teams.

Six players hail from Peterborough, Ontario and five call Oakville, Ontario home. Two players are from the United States, McMaster’s Carter Williams (Scottsdale, Arizona) and McGill’s Jake Winn (Falmouth, Maine). Eleven of CUFLA’s twelve teams are represented.

West Division

CUFLA’s 2008 champion, The University of Guelph, led all teams with a record six All Canadians including NLL player Jon Harnett of the Boston Blazers.?Although Guelph’s playoff run was ended by CUFLA’s national runner-up McMaster University in 2009, Guelph’s strong defensive corps earned two of the defense awards (Jon Harnett, Mike Gillan) and strength at midfield (Paul Ryan, Brad Galante, Scott Fitchett) were recognized in the annual coaches’ poll.??All Canadians do not appear to be the key to success in CUFLA as the undefeated Brock Badgers had only 2 players selected (NLL players Mike MacLeod of the Rochester Knighthawks, Dustin Dunn of the Buffalo Bandits) while runner-up McMaster had only 1 player selected; rookie Carter Williams.

All Canada West

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Attack

Mike MacLeod, Brock

Carter Williams, McMaster

Justin Wilson-Kirby, Guelph

Owen Sound, On

Scottsdale, AZ, USA

Oakville, On

Midfield

Dustin Dunn, Brock

Glenn Bryan, Laurier

Scott Fitchett, Guelph

Peterborough, On

Orangeville, On

Scarborough, On

Faceoff Specialist

Paul Ryan, Guelph

Brampton, On

Defensive Midfield

Mike Holder, Laurentian

Orillia, On

Long Stick Midfield

Brad Galante, Guelph

Burlington, On

Defense

Jon Harnett, Guelph

Mike Gillan, Guelph

Eric Pitre, Western

Caledon East, On

Caledon, On

Toronto, On

Goalkeeper

Marc Nano, Western

Oakville, On

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East Division

Carleton University placed a school record four players on the Eastern all star squad, including league scoring champion Corey Fowler (28 goals, 21 assists), and Coquitlam BC native Wayne Punchak.?Trent also had four student athletes earning the nod, including Toronto Rock player Josh Wasson and NLL draftee Mack O’Brien.?Senior Brendan Farrer of McGill also earned his fourth All-Canadian award in as many years.?Farrer, a native of Oakville, Ontario, is also a four time member of McGill’s principal’s academic honour roll.??Ottawa, Ont. natives Brendan Gibbs of Queen’s and Raj Wasson of Carleton were also named to the squad. ?

All Canada East

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Attack

Corey Fowler, Carleton

Chad Evans, Trent

Alex Kruse, McGill

Niagara On The Lake, On

Peterborough, On

Oakville, On

Midfield

Raj Wasson, Carleton

Josh Wasson, Trent

Mack O'Brien, Trent

Ottawa, On

Peterborough, On

Peterborough, On

Faceoff Specialist

Jake Winn, McGill

Falmouth, ME, USA

Defensive Midfield

Brendan Gibbs, Queen's

Ottawa, On

Long Stick Midfield

Ryan MacDonald, Carleton

Peterborough, On

Defense

Wayne Punchak, Carleton

Brendan Farrer, McGill

Mark Kingston, Bishop's

Coquitlam, BC

Oakville, On

Oakville, On

Goalkeeper

Kalvin Thomas, Trent

Peterborough, On

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