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ACAA Male Athletes of the Year 2016-17

ACAA Male Athletes of the Year 2016-17

Crandall University
Thomarcus Nix

ACAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Year and a CCAA All-Canadian is a 5th forward with the Crandall Chargers. Thomarcus excelled on the court leading the Chargers in PPG.

 

Saint Thomas University
Stephane Blinn

A fourth-year hitter from Nasonworth, NB, was named the STU Male Athlete of the Year for 2016-2017.

This season, Blinn was named an Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association all-star and the men’s volleyball conference MVP. His four kills per set average and .257 kill percentage led the league, and he was fifth in the ACAA in digs with 100.

At the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association national championships, Blinn was named an All-Canadian—putting him among the top 10 players in the country. 

 

Sainte Anne University
Anthony Jacques

A 2nd year Leftside Hitter from Greenwood, NS, he had a great season, leading his team in kills and finishing his year by being named “Player of the Game” in the ACAA semi-final match.

 

University of King’s College
JJ Wilson and Lauchlin Ewald

J.J. Wilson from Men’s Basketball and Lachlin Ewald from Men’s Soccer. Lauchlin hails from Tantallon, Nova Scotia and as a fourth year player was Captain of the team and for his third year in a row was named to the First All-Conference team in the ACAA.   Wilson, a fifth year player and team captain from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia was fourth in the ACAA in scoring and in the top twenty scorers in the CCAA.

   

 

Mount Saint Vincent University
Ashton Slawter
 

2nd year, Mens Basketball from Halifax, NS

1st team ACAA All Conference and dedicated student athlete.  ACAA Athlete of the week 2 times this year.

 

Holland College
Trenity Burdine

A fifth year forward from Reading, PA, USA, led the ‘Canes to their fifth straight ACAA basketball championship as well as a national bronze medal at the 2017 CCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship in March on home court. Burdine finished second in scoring in the ACAA this year; he was also named the ‘Canes men’s basketball most valuable player.

 

University of New Brunswick Saint John
MacKenzie Tamblyn
 

MacKenzie’s time here as a student athlete has been nothing short of amazing. In addition to Athlete of the Year, he received awards for ACAA Athlete of the Week, ACAA 1st Team All-Conference, CCAA All Canadian, and MVP for Men’s Soccer.

 

*Please note that Saint Thomas University awarded male athletes from the AUS.