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With 46 points in just 9 regular season games, Cambridge Ontario and Kitchener Jr. A product Josh Crone finished 4th
in CUFLA scoring, was voted CUFLA's most outstanding attackmen and league MVP in 2011.?
Crone lead Bishop’s to their first ever Baggataway Cup championship in November 2011, where he lead all playoff scorers with 18 points in 4 games.?
Over a five-year career at Bishop’s, Crone amassed 159 regular season points, and 37 playoff points for a total point production of 196.?
This is a second time a Bishop’s student athlete has won both the league MVP and outstanding attackmen awards in the same year, as teammate and 2011 outstanding graduating player Mike Dube earned the same honour in 2010.
Stalwart defensemen Eric Pitre, a product of St. Michael’s College School in Toronto and Team Ontario U19, earned the Radovic outstanding defensemen award for his work leading a Western defensive unit that saw a CUFLA record 4 University of Western Ontario defensemen named All-Canadians.??
For a complete list of award winners, please click W88here