2004 Award Winners

Major Award Winners


Kristina Groves


Jason Dunkerley


Cathy O’Doherty


Mike Crepin


Ottawa Ice Belle ‘AA’ Ringette


East Nepean Eagles Little League Baseball
& Cedarview Middle School Hawks Flag Football

Lifetime Award Winners


Peter Tyler


Sonja Denencourt


Rudy Hollywood

Club Athletes Nominated for Outstanding Athletic Performances in 2004

(The minimum standard for inclusion was to have competed at the provincial championship level in their sport during the 2004 calendar year. Athletes were nominated by either the media or Ottawa sports clubs).

ALPINE SKIING – Patrick Biggs: He is a member of the Ottawa Ski Club and the Canadian Team. In 2004 he won two giant slalom races at Georgian Peaks, Ont. and the slalom at Craigleith, Ont. In 3 NorAm races in the US and Alberta, he had finishes in the top 6 places. He recently (Dec.) won 2 slalom races on the Europa Cup Circuit.

ATHLETICS – Richard Adu-Bobie: As a junior he finished at the senior nationals earning a berth on the 2004 Olympic Relay team as an alternate. He set a new national junior record in 100m clocking 10.28 seconds. Currently tied for 6th place in junior world rankings.

BADMINTON – Stephan Wojcikieuicz: This 24 year old Ottawa native plays at the RA Centre and is a member of the national team. He is the 2004 National Men’s Singles Champion and is currently ranked 3rd in Canada.

BASEBALL – Jordan Thomson: As a member of the Northeastern University Huskies, he was named America East pitcher of the year, first team all-star and America East most dominant pitcher with 82 strike-outs and a 1.31 earned run average. He was the starting pitcher in the New England College All- Star game. Jordan will attend the San Francisco Giants spring training camp.

BASKETBALL – Michael Smart: In 2004, he was Athlete of the year at Carleton University and his team’s MVP. He was an All-star and MVP at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Championship tournament, Ontario University Athletics Male Athlete of the Year and also an East Division first team all-star. For the 2nd straight year, his team, the Carleton Ravens were both Ontario and CIS Champions, with a 28-0 win/loss record, which itself is a CIS record.

BIATHLON – Robin Clegg: Won the 2004 Canadian Championship in the 7.5 and 10 km races. Finished 18th at the 20km World Championships. Recorded his best World Cup Circuit results in a 10km race in Norway and a pursuit race in Lake Placid.

BROOMBALL – Lance Ouderkirk: At the 2004 World Championships, he was instrumental in the Ottawa Nationals winning the gold medal because of his ability to score goals. He was selected a first team all-star defenseman. His team also finished 1st overall in the Eastern Region Championships.

BOWLING (5 PIN) – Celine Villeneuve: This 16 year old broke 3 age group records including rolling a high single of 395 and a 3 game cross of 967. In 2004, Celine won a gold medal representing Ontario at the nationals in Winnipeg averaging 251. She was also a member of the winning senior mixed team at the provincials.

BOXING – Jill Perry: Since 1998, Jill has been a member of the Beaver Boxing Club, competing 28 times in the 125 lb. class, winning 24 bouts. In 2004, she represented Ontario at the Canadian Championships in Edmonton, winning a bronze medal. Jill was selected Boxing’s Ontario Female Athlete of the year. Jill also volunteers at her club leading a vigorous box exercise class.

CANOEING – SPRINT- Ian Mortimer: In 1994 he began paddling at the Rideau Canoe Club and has progressed in canoe singles finishing 6th in 2004 at Europe’s most prestigious regatta in Duisberg, Germany. He then assisted Steve Giles in training prior to Giles competing in Athens. Later in the year he won one gold and four silver at the Canadian Canoe Championships.

CANOEING – WHITEWATER – James Cartwright: A 4 year member of the Ottawa River Runners, he represented Canada at the 2000 Olympics, was 7th at the 2002 World Championships and 9th at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. He is in his 3rd year at the University of Ottawa, studying Human Kinetics.

CRICKET – Terry Nandlal: He scored the most runs (490) in the Ottawa Valley Cricket Councils League and recorded the best batting average. His Christ Church Cathedral Cricket Club won the Ottawa Valley Cricket Council regular season and playoffs.

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING – Ed McCarthy: Ed is a member of the Ottawa Racers and Nakkertok Ski Club. He is an up and coming racer who won a silver medal in classic skiing and finished 7th overall in points at the 2004 Junior Canadian Championships.

CURLING – Jenn Hanna – This curling rink skipped by Jenn Hanna plays out of the Ottawa Curling Club. They had to qualify for the Provincials the hard way by finishing in the top 2 teams at the Challenge round from a field of 16 teams. At the Provincials, they finished first after the round robin part but lost a close game in the finals against the Sherri Middaugh rink. The team members are: Lead Stephanie Hanna, Second – Dawn Askin, Third Joelle Sabourin, Skip – Jenn Hanna and Coach Bob Hanna. Jenn’s team has qualified again for this year’s provincials.

CYCLING – Brooke Boocock: A member of Bike Race Ottawa, he won a silver medal in a road race in 2004. He finished 4th in a time trial at the Canadian Junior Championships held in Kamloops, B.C. Brooke won the time trial and road race at the Ontario Championships and represented Canada on the National team at the World Junior Championships in Italy.

DIVING – Erika Malmberg: She won 3 medals at the Ontario girls (17-19) Championships, gold on the 3 metre springboard, silver on 1 metre springboard and the 10 metre platform. Competing at the Ontario Senior Championships, she won a silver on the 3 metre springboard and a bronze on the 10m platform. She has also competed at the Canadian Junior and Senior Championships.

EQUESTRIAN – Kelley Small: She was the top Canadian at the Young Riders competition in the USA. Moving up to senior competition, she tied for third place with Ian Millar, behind Eric Lamaze and her coach, Jill Henselwood, in the Canadian League World Cup final standings. Kelley is a repeat winner from 2003 for the sport of equestrian.

FIELD HOCKEY – Laura Dowling: This 21 year old Kanata resident is a member of Canada’s Senior National Team. Her University of British Columbia team won the Canadian Interuniversity Sports Field Hockey Championships where she was selected a tournament MVP and first team All-Canadian. Laura is a repeat winner from 2003.

FIGURE SKATING – Siobhan Karam & Joshua McGrath. Both are members of the Junior National team following their 3rd place finish in junior ice dance at the 2004 Canadian Championships. They finished 5th in a Junior Grand Prix event in Germany and 2nd in Long Beach, California. They now train in Detroit but remain as members of the Minto Skating Club.

FLAG FOOTBALL – Trevor Jacob: Trevor led his Cedarview Middle School team to victory at the Canadian Championships held in Regina. He was selected MVP. The team then advanced to the World Championships held in Vancouver where they finished 3rd. Trevor is now in grade 9.

FOOTBALL – Ntare Bainomugisha: This former Junior Rider and Cairine Wilson High School student has been a four year captain in his 5 years in the York University football program. As a defensive and offensive lineman he did not miss a game in his university career. He was also an academic All-Canadian with the highest GPA of all male student athletes at York. In 2004, he was the Ontario University Athletics nominee for the prestigious Russ Jackson Award. Ntare is a 3 time Sport York Excellence Award recipient.

FREESTYLE SKIING – Elisa Kurylowicz: Specializing in moguls, this is her 3rd year on the Canadian World Cup Team. In 2004, Elisa won her first World Cup in a dual-mogul event in Fernie, B.C. In December, she finished 6th at a World Cup meet in France. Elisa also had top ten finishes at Mont Tremblant and in Italy. Elisa is currently training in Fernie, BC.

GOLF – Chris McCuaig: Chris is a repeat winner from 2003 as he continued his winning ways. He won the Ottawa Valley Golf Association City and District Championship as well as the Ottawa Citizen Amateur Championship. These wins make him Ottawa’s best amateur golfer. He also plays on the winning “A” Division Intersectional team out of the Ottawa Hunt Club.

GYMNASTICS (ARTISTIC) – Melanie Banville: Her 11 years at the Ottawa Gym Club have paid dividends as she was a member of the 2004 Canadian Olympic Team in Athens qualifying for the finals in the individual all-round. She won a bronze medal in vault at the Olympic test event in Greece and another bronze at the Pacific Championships in Hawaii. She was the Canadian Champion in vault and bars and named 2004 Senior Athlete of the Year by Gymnastics Canada.

HOCKEY – Chelsea Grills: This Stittsville native is on a scholarship at St. Lawrence University in Upper New York State. Playing as a centre or left wing she was the E.C.A.C. Rookie of the year in 2004. She led all rookies in scoring in the USA with 37 points. Chelsea has also played for Team Ontario and Team Canada. She won a gold medal in Germany while playing on Canada’s Under 22 Team. She will be returning to Germany next summer to once again play for Canada.

JUDO – Francoise Nguele: She has been active in the sport since 1990 and has earned a 2nd degree Black Belt, training at the Takahashi Club. In 2004, Francoise won the Ontario and Quebec Open Championships in the 57 kg. class. She finished 3rd in a Canadian Tournament that featured 13 countries. Francoise hopes to represent Canada at the 2008 Olympics and also complete her engineering degree.

LACROSSE – Brennan Sarazin: For 4 years, he has been a two way player, team leader and captain with the Nepean Knights Junior Lacrosse Club. In 12 regular games, he scored 11 goals and added 20 assists. During the playoffs he scored 5 times and assisted I l times. Brennan has made several all-star teams. A versatile athlete, he is also the captain of the Nepean Raiders Junior Hockey Team and last year played in the Canadian National Tier 2 Junior Hockey Championships.

LAWN BOWLING – David Jefferies: A 15 year member of the Nepean Lawn Bowling Club, he skipped the winning team at the Provincials and captured tournament trophies in Almonte, Smiths Falls and at numerous Ottawa clubs. He also was the skip of an Ontario team that won the Governor General Willingdon Cup over the Quebec Provincial Champions.

MODERN PENTATHLON – Elena Bales: After 5 years competing in equestrian, she decided to accept the challenge of swimming, running, pistol shooting, fencing and show jumping. In 2004, she won the Canadian Junior Championships in Calgary and represented Canada at the Junior World Championships in Hungary.

ORIENTEERING – Cherie Mahoney: She began orienteering in high school and now represents the Ottawa Orienteering Club. In 2004, she won bronze medals at the North American Championships in Ohio and the Canadian Championships in the Yukon. She also competed at the Worlds in Sweden. Cherie is a repeat winner from 2003.

RINGETTE – Colleen Hagan: Colleen began playing at age 4 and 19 years later plays defense with the Gloucester – Cumberland Open “AA” team, who finished 2nd at the 2004 Nationals. She was also a member of Team Canada at the Worlds in Sweden winning a silver medal. This University of Ottawa student also coaches juniors and as an Assistant Coach, her team won gold at the Ontario Winter Games.

ROWING – Arden Beddoes & Paul Amesbury: These two members of the Ottawa Rowing Club earned berths on the under 23 National Rowing Team. They won a silver medal in sweep events and a bronze medal in the lightweight races at the 2004 Under 23 World Championships held in Pozan, Poland.

RUGBY – Leslie Hurst: Hutchy as she is known, is a graduate of McMaster University and is captain of the Ottawa Irish Senior Women’s Team. In 2004, playing for the National team, she scored 13 points in Canada’s victory over the USA. She is a former Canadian Interuniversity Sports All-star.

SAILING – Pat Bickerton: Competing at the World Championships in Kingston against boats from 6 countries including USA, Korea and Japan, Pat finished 6th out of 128 boats in the single sail BYTE class. This 16 year old student was 2nd out of 70 boats at the Fruit Bowl in Hudson, Quebec and 9th at the Canadian Youth Championships.

SAILING (ABLE SAIL) – Don Stinson: In only his 2nd.year sailing, he placed first in the Mobility Cup held near Brandon, Manitoba defeating 16 other boats. He recorded 3 firsts, I second, 1 fourth and 1 ninth place finish in 2004. In 2003, he finished fourth in the Mobility Cup held at the Nepean Sailing Club.

SHOOTING (PISTOL) – Wayne Salhany: A long-time member of the RA Gun Club and the Canadian National Pistol Team, he won the Canadian National and Ontario Provincial Championships in Olympic Air Pistol. He also won the 2004 Quebec Provincial Airgun Championships and the Quebec Outdoor Provincial Championships in Olympic Air Pistol. Wayne competed in the Athens World Cup in Greece.

SOCCER – Laura Harper: Laura played for the Ottawa Fury in the United Soccer League. A 2 year player who plays as a striker. She has also trained with the provincial team for the past 2 years. This graduate of Mother Theresa High School is an excellent student and has accepted a full scholarship to the University of Maine where she was the rookie of the week in October of 2004 as well as 2004 America East All-rookie for the Maine Black Bears.

SOFTBALL – Nicole Shillington: She is the Kars Aces Midget Teams top batter with a 455 average and is also their MVP. Her team finished 2nd in the Provincial Championships. At the Eastern Canadian Championships, she won tournament MVP and the top pitcher award and her team won the gold medal, outscoring their opponents 54 to 6. During the season, Nicole pitched 10 shutout games.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS – Raymond Rockburn, Figure skating: Raymond began skating with the Ottawa Blades four years ago at age 50. At the Provincial Games he placed first in both compulsory elements and the freeskate! At age 52 Raymond had shown that youth doesn’t always have the advantage in the sport of figure skating! His podium placing performance at Provincials qualified Raymond to be named to the Special Olympics Team Ontario and meant a trip to Charlottetown, PEI for the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games, held in February 2004. Once again, Raymond was crowned the Level 1 Men’s Champion of Canada. Perhaps the greatest thrill of his skating career is still to come. Raymond was selected as one of the 8 Special Olympics figure skaters to represent Canada at the upcoming Special Olympics World Winter Games, to be held next month in Nagano, Japan. Raymond will compete in the Level 2 Men’s figure skating competition.

SPEED SKATING – Kristina Groves: This Ottawa native currently trains with the national team in Calgary. In 2004, she earned her first career World Cup gold medal in a 3000m race in Norway and added a 4th in the 1500 metres. At a World Cup in the Netherlands, she set personal best times in the 1500 and 5000 metres, finishing 4th in both races. Kristina won the trophy in 2003 as Ottawa’s Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year.

SWIMMING – Emily Wong: This 16 year old swimmer competes for the Nepean-Kanata Barracuda Swim Club. Emily was a member of the Ontario 18 and under All-Star Team that competed at the US Open Championships where she made the final in the 100m freestyle event and won a gold, silver and bronze medal as part of Team Ontario. Emily was a finalist at the Canadian Olympic Trials in the 50 free, silver medalist in the 100 free at the Canadian Eastern Championships and silver medalist at the long course national championships in the 100 free.

TABLE TENNIS – Faazil Kassam: This 19 year old Nepean resident is a member of the Champlain Table Tennis Club and finished 17th in men’s doubles at the 2004 Olympic Games. Faazil and his partner were North American doubles champion in the senior class and he finished 2nd at the International Pro Tour events in the under 21 class.

TAEKWONDO – Kelsey O’Brien: For a 13 year old bantam fighter she has advanced rapidly in her chosen sport. At the 2004 National Championships in Halifax, she won a silver medal, won gold at the Provincials and gold at the Invitational TAE E LEE Cup. Kelsey won this award in 2003 as well.

TENNIS – Gabriela Dabrowski: Gabby is the top ranked under 12 player in Canada. In the under 14 class, she is ranked 6th provincially and nationally. At the Orange Bowl in Florida (similar to the Worlds), she placed 3rd in the under 12 category defeating players from Canada, USA, Great Britain and Czechoslovakia.

GYMNASTICS (TRAMPOLINE) – Heather Ross-McManus: She represents spring Action Trampoline in Ottawa. In 2004, Heather won a silver medal at a World Cup meet and her incredible performance in Athens as a member of Canada’s Olympic team produced an excellent 6th place finish.

TRIATHLON – Jamie Stephenson: This graduate of the University of Ottawa has been competing for 14 years. In 2004, he won the Ottawa Athletic and Smiths Falls Triathlons. In a very competitive field of 700 at Muskoka, he finished 8th over the Olympic distances which include a 1500m swim, a 40km cycle and a 10km run. He finished 12th at the Nationals in Montreal.

VOLLEYBALL – Kate Eckhardt: Kate, a grade 11 student at Glebe Collegiate Institute, was a member of the Glebe senior girls volleyball team that won the City high school championship, Glebe’s second consecutive City title. Kate was then selected as a member of the region 6 all-star girls volleyball team that attended the 2004 Ontario Summer Games. As a member of the Ottawa Kangaroos, Kate’s team won the 18U silver medal at the Ontario Championships. Her strong play led to an invitation to join Canada’s youth national team.

VOLLEYBALL – COMBINED – Stuart Hamilton & Ryan DeBruyn: They are members of the Ottawa Kangaroo Volleyball Club and led their under 18 team to the Ontario Volleyball Association Provincial Championships. Both were selected to the Ontario team that competed in the 2004 National Team Challenge held in Saskatoon. Stuart won the Ken Davies Memorial Award in 2004. They also excel as partners in Beach Volleyball entering, and winning, several tournaments in 2004.

WATER POLO – Marianne Illing: In the late 90’s, she was the top scorer for the Carleton University Women’s team and still holds the scoring record for women and men. In 2003 and 2004, she has competed at the National Championships being named an All-star and MVP. In 2004, she was a valued member of Canada’s Olympic Team in Athens.

WATER SKIING – Kim Hall: A six year member of the national team, she won the 2004 Canadian Championships in tricks and slalom at the Olympic Basin in Montreal. She has won previous Canadian titles and has competed in the World Championships. Kim works as a physiotherapist.

WRESTLING – Evan MacDonald: He began his wrestling career at St. Mark’s High School in Manotick. He is now the 56 kg Canadian Champion and represented Canada in the 2004 Athens Olympics. Evan attends Brock University in St. Catherines where he trains with the national team.

Ottawa Teams That Won National Championships

Cedarview Middle School Flag Football Team (A total of 6 on the team plus 2 coaches). Head Coach is Mike Hinchley, assistant coach Robyn Lemieux, team captain Trevor Jacob, Craig Stead, Ryan McDonald, Colin Burry, Kaitlyn Youldon, Elsa Fougere.

The team Head Coach is Dave Smart. Assistant coaches are Bill Arden, Taffe Charles, Bill Fraser and Andy Stewart. Team members are: Ryan Bell, BJ Charles, Andrew Culter, Bernard Edmunds, Adam Falsetto, James Fleming, Robbie Green, JE Jean Marie, Osvaldo Jeanty, Paul Larmand, John Marshall, Josh Poirier, Matt Ross, Pat Ross and Mike Smart.

The team members are: Josiane Bordeleau, Kyrie Love, Carrie Lugg, Katie Lugg, Stefanie McArdle, Jenna McBride, Jessica Neale, Erica Ogilvie, Genevieve Rancourt, Allison Shoobert, Josee Surprenant and Sarah Waddell. The team co-head coaches are: Dave Shoobert and Lyndsay Wheelans and assistant coaches are Barb Bautista and Sue Bromley.

Yves Clemont, Wade McCambley, Joey Hillis, Adrian Henry, Kevin Healey, Lance Ouderkirk, Mario
Quenneville, Steven Norman, Jamie Dewar, Robert Munro, Jason Norman, Maurice Brisson, Gary Charlebois, Trevor Bolton, Jamie Norman, Michel Brideau, Stephan Gilbert, Al MacDuff, Jean-Noel Gilbert (coach), Christian Duhamel (Asst-Coach/Manager), Allan Reid (Asst-Coach).

Tom Wiener, Richard Campbell, Shawn Green, Kyle Craig, Shane Harper-Thompson, Bini Kanungo, Alexandra Bellini, Jesse O’Byrne, Alex Baldock, Nick Gazo, Niko Van Essen, Matthew De Luca, Team Head Coach and Manager Mike Crepin, additional coaches: Mike O’Byrne, Jeff Craig, Dan Bellini, Mike Wiener.

The team head coach Cathy O’Doherty, assistant coaches Jeff Prentice and Matt Harris. Players Erin O’Doherty, Taylar Reid, Camille West, Burchu Baltas, Sarah Fetterly, Chantelle L’Heureux, Erin Lunney, Stephanie McGuinty, Pascale Robichaud, Claudie Sééguin, Alexa Spas.

Ottawa’s 2004 Olympic Athletes

2004 was a summer OLYMPIC Year and Ottawa was well represented. These are the amateur athletes from the City of Ottawa who competed in Athens. Although none of these athletes won a medal, they did an incredible job as they achieved the Olympic standard in their respective sports. They are : Richard Adu-Bobie, track and field, Gloucester; Petra Cada, table tennis, Ottawa; Faasil Kassam, table tennis, Nepean; James Cartwright, canoe slalom, Ottawa; Mike Beres, badminton, Ottawa ; Marianne Illing, water polo, Ottawa ; Heather Purnell, lives in Metcalfe, has competed for the Ottawa Gym Club for the last 10 years; Melanie Banville, from Long Sault, now living in Ottawa, competes for the Ottawa Gym Club; Heather Ross-McManus, lives in Almonte, but competes for and is co-owner of the Spring Action Trampoline and Circus group in Ottawa. Receiving honorable mention in the Olympic category are cyclist Gord Fraser of Nepean, baseball player Mike Kusiewicz and baseball coach Tim Leiper. They are not officially included in the sport rankings because they are professional athletes.

Ottawa’s 2004 Paralympic Athletes

These are the athletes from Ottawa who competed in Athens. They are led by: Jason Dunkerley, track and field, second year living in Ottawa, competes for Ottawa Lions Track and Field Club, Jason won a SILVER MEDAL, men’s visually impaired T I l 1500 metres. Jason Lachance, track and field, Ottawa. Stuart McGregor, track and field, Ottawa, BRONZE MEDAL, men’s T 13 visually impaired 800 metres. Chelsea Lariviere, track and field, lives in Mountain, Ont., competed for Ottawa Lions for many years, SILVER MEDAL, women’s T34 wheelchair 100 metres. Joe Radmore, track and field, lives in Kemptville and competes for the Ottawa Lions. Sally Thomas, power lifting, Ottawa. Chantal Benoit, women’s basketball, Gloucester, BRONZE MEDAL. Tracey Ferguson, women’s basketball, Ottawa, BRONZE MEDAL. Linda Kutrowski, women’s basketball, Ottawa, BRONZE MEDAL. Jeff Christy, men’s goalball, Ottawa. Rob Christy, men’s goalball, Ottawa. Dean Kozak, men’s goalball, Ottawa.

High School Sports – OFSAA Gold Medalists

Nordic Skiing – Boy’s Slalom and Boy’s Giant Slalom – Level 2 Team: 2004 BELL High School. The head coach is Elaine Wright. Team members are: Andrew McConnachie, Ian Reed, Jeff Cameron and Bill Beswick.

Girl’s Slalom – Level 1 Team, West Carleton High School won the gold. John Parker is the team head coach. Team members are: Mallory Woeller, Caitlin Woeller, Julia Guestrin and Joanna Reardon.

Girl’s Giant Slalom – Level 2 – Elizabeth Jarvis of Nepean High School won the individual gold medal. Her coach is Rick Mellor.

Girl’s Giant Slalom – Level 2 Team – Ashbury College won this team title. Jan Matthews is the head coach and the team members are: Kate French, Kiki French, Samantha Lahey, Julianne Purcell and Emily Nadolny.

Track and Field – in the junior Boys – 800 metres and 1500 metres, Allen Brett of Hillcrest High School won gold medals. His coach is Gary Monsour. Also from Hillcrest High School was the Senior Boys 1500 metres and 3000 metres champion. Mike Woods. He too is coached by Gary Monsour.

OFSAA Sailing: Peter Soosalu of Woodroffe High School placed first in the Laser Radial Sailboat Class at the Ontario High School Sailing Championships held at Britannia Yacht Club, Ottawa. This event was sanctioned by the Ontario Sailing Association.

Gold Medal Performances at the College or University Level in 2004

In 2004, the Algonquin College Men’s Soccer team were OCAA Champions. The Head Coach is Stephan O’Kane; Assistant coaches are Mike Caruso & Jason Whiting. Team members are: Angus Wong, Tristan Roscoe, Dave Cardinali, Salvatore Arella, Alberto Centofanti, Gino Urbisci, Alan Farant, Christian Hoefler, Rich Furano, Huffman Eja-Tabe, Rob Andelero, Jimmy Zito, Brendan Potter, Russell Shaw, Perry Legakis,Tyller Rose, Stephane Lemay, Jason Fredericks, Antony Coscarella, Matt Pica and Brody Kritsch.

The Algonquin College Women’s Curling Team was also OCAA Champions in 2004. The head coach was Ron Port. Team members are: Melody Bridgen, Katrina Carr, Robyn Mattie and Erin Mulholland.

Men’s Basketball – The Carleton University Ravens, the 2003-04 OUA East Champions; OUA Provincial Champions and the CIS National Champions, for the second straight year. The team Head Coach is Dave Smart. Assistant coaches are Bill Arden, Taffe Charles, Bill Fraser and Andy Stewart. Team members are: Ryan Bell, BJ Charles, Andrew Culter, Bernard Edmunds, Adam Falsetto, James Fleming, Robbie Green, JE Jean Marie, Osvaldo Jeanty, Paul Larmand, John Marshall, Josh Poirier, Matt Ross, Pat Ross and Mike Smart.

Men’s Nordic Ski – Carleton Univerisity’s team was the 2003-04 OUA Provincial Champions and CCUNC National Champions. The Head Coach is Pavol Skvaridlo. Assistant coaches are John Langstone, Don Moxley, Greg Marx and Krista Ramonat. Team members are: Timothy Adams, Cornelius Brandt, Nevin French, Gavin Hamilton, Conrad Henninger, Dana Klassen, Edward McCarthy, Matthew McCron, Skeets Morel, Bryan Sirios, Graydon Snyder and David Zylberberg.

Women’s Nordic Ski – Carleton University’s team won gold at the OUA Provincial Championships. The head coach is Pavol Skvaridlo with assistants John Langstone, Don Moxley, Greg Marx and Krista Ramonat. The team was comprised of: Nicola Cameron, Dana Christianson, Laura Clements, Linnaea Kershaw, Erika Langman, Karen McMullen, Megan McTavish, Sandra Mortier, Linnea Rudachyk, Kathryn Scallion, Monika Stoeger and Eva Szabo.

Men’s Fencing – Carleton University’s Men’s Fencing Team won the 2003-04 OUA Provincial Gold Medal in Men’s Sabre. Head Coach – Eli Sukunda. Assistants – Mihaela Jekic and Kyle Girard Team members are: Wesley Ross, Ataa Azarbar, Manu Mukerji and Dave MacLean.

Men’s Soccer – Carleton University’s soccer team won the 2003-04 OUA East Champion gold medal. Head Coach – Sandy Mackie. Assistants – Kyle McHenry and Mark Stokes. Team members are: Lawrence Kimani, John Legakis, Drew Dailey, Jeff Fearnall, Ahmad Berjawi, Pierangelo Falcucci, Dan Popowych, Thang Nguyen, Hanny El-Magraby, Andrew Park, Dejan Radojevic, Jeff Dennis, Addullahi Abunafeesa, Timothy Khaemba, Greg Andujar, Paul Waiganjo, Tunde Temidire, Arjun Langford, Julien Pagnon and Tyler Wallace.

Women’s Hockey – The Ottawa University Gee Gees, who compete in the QSSF League, won the gold medal and advanced to the nationals where they won a silver medal. The Head Coach is Shelley Coolidge with assistant coaches: Marty Chesser, Kim Thompson and Stuart Bowden. Team members are: Tara Brousseau, Marlies Phillion, Jessica Stachiw, Amy Bell, Rebecka Jennison, Kathryn Davison, Ashley Powers, Cassi Hanmore, Amy Bombay, Kim Kerr, Jen Ancona, Melissa Gunsolus, Jess Cosgrove, Sarah Balch, Troll Thomas, Lisa Sgoifo, Kim Blain, Mandy Duhamel and Megan Takeda.

Women’s Basketball – The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees were victorious as OUA Champions. The team went on to place at the Nationals. The Head Coach is Angie McLeod. The team members are: Cara Weiss, Caroline Alain, Moronike Laleye, Melany Bouchard, Moriah Trowell, Hilary Foster, Katherine Lawlor, Leah Hubbard, Kristen Moyle, Julie Rodrigue, Meghan Butler, Melissa Berquist, Miranda Killam, Natalie Johnston and Veronque Martineau.