March 10, 2011 - The Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) proudly announced the CCAA Men's Volleyball All Canadians being recognized at the 2011 CCAA Volleyball Championships All Canadian Awards Banquet hosted by Cégep de Sherbrooke in Sherbrooke, Québec.
Each award recipient is selected by their individual conference based on their performance and contribution to both their sport and their team.
Joel Beauregard is co-captain at Cégep de Sherbrooke. The third year player’s trademarks are hard work and leadership.
Tommy Belisle is Cégep de Limoilou’s team captain and the RSEQ league’s best server. He’s an agile athlete with the desire to constantly improve.
PJ Cornelius of Durham College is the OCAA’s scoring champion and leads the league in points and kills per game. He earned an MVP or All-Star award at every tournament the team played.
Andrew Henry is a fifth-year athlete playing middle position for Sheridan College. The team captain has made a reputation for himself based on his blocks and his positive attitude.
Nicolas Hoag of Cégep de Sherbrooke helped lead the team to the top spot in the RSEQ. He’s the league’s leading scorer and was recently named RSEQ’s MVP.
Taylor Hunt of Red Deer College is a third-year player who competes with passion and athleticism. Despite early season injuries the outside hitter leads the ACAC league in kills and aces.
Scott Lesher is Briercrest College and Seminary’s team captain. He has a great work ethic and ranked third for kills and fifth for digs in this season’s ACAC league.
Colin Rouse of the University of New Brunswick Saint John is the ACAC’s Men’s Volleyball Player of the Year, UNBSJ’s Male Player of the Year, and instructor for UNBSJ’s youth volleyball program.
Nate Speijer is a power hitter at the University of British Columbia Okanagan whose performance and dedication was rewarded with the 2011 BCCAA Men’s Volleyball Player of the Year.
Preston Tucker is a setter at the University of British Columbia Okanagan who has strong statistics and has been selected to represent British Columbia on several provincial teams.
Congratulations to all players on their performances this season!