SUDBURY – Most colleges in Ontario will be returning to a full campus experience this September, and that means varsity sports are back as well.
The Cambrian College Golden Shield are ready to play!
“We’re excited to be finally allowed to compete again with a full return of varsity sports,” says Cambrian College Athletic Director, Tim Yu. “For our student athletes, playing and competing at a high level is an important part of their college experience and also a determining factor in which school they choose to attend.”
Cambrian’s badminton, cross-country running, soccer and volleyball teams will return to full competition this fall and winter semesters.
“Sports plays such an integral role in the campus experience,” says Bill Best, President of Cambrian College and a former Chair of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association. “It builds and bolsters school spirit and gives us all something to enjoy and cheer for after what has been a long couple of years. I’m excited to welcome back our members of the Golden Shield and hope everyone will come out to watch.”
Cambrian College welcomes the following new members of its men’s and women’s Golden Shield Soccer and Volleyball teams. They include athletes across Ontario and across the country:
Luca Gaeda, Toronto
Skylar Larocque, Sudbury
Matthew McGrouther, Barrie
Scott McGrouther, Barrie
Jack Jordan, Sudbury
Aneirin Rankin-Walker, Newmarket
Olivia Lawrie, Kelowna
Claire O’Grady, Brampton
Zenna Hillard, North Bay
Emma Mousseau, Barrie
Dylan Terris, Sudbury
Kurtis Terris, Sudbury
Nathan Scully, Sudbury
Tyson Brazeau, Sturgeon Falls
Maisie Craig, Garson
Mackenzie Selk, Hanmer
France Mondoux, Sturgeon Falls
Follow the Golden Shield. View the full schedule at www.ocaa.com.
Cambrian College is Northern Ontario’s largest college, with more than 90 programs. Cambrian’s main campus is in Greater Sudbury, with satellite centres in Espanola and Little Current. For more information about Cambrian College, visit www.cambriancollege.ca.
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