OTTAWA – The Carleton Ravens and the Faculty of Public Affairs are proud to celebrate the 26 student-athletes from the faculty who have been named Academic All-Canadians. These incredible student-athletes are a representation of the passion and perseverance that personifies what it means to be a Raven. This cohort of dedicated student-athletes was able to balance complex training regiments with intense course loads while managing the changing restrictions of the pandemic.

“It’s an incredible accomplishment,” said Associate Vice-President (Recreation and Athletics) Jennifer Brenning. “They showed perseverance and resiliency during the pandemic when we had no sports competition and all their academic programming was online.”

These remarkable student-athletes are part of an elite group of 128 individuals who represent all six of Carleton’s faculties and have earned their recognition by maintaining an average grade of 80% or higher while being rostered with a varsity team.

Faculty of Public Affairs students named U SPORTS Academic All-Canadians:

  • Elliot Bailey (Men’s Basketball)
  • Philippe Bellerose (Football)
  • Olivier Boulet (Football)
  • Anastasia Bourka (Rugby)
  • Meghan Burns (Nordic Skiing)
  • Cody Caron (Men’s Hockey)
  • Amelie Chartrand (Swimming)
  • Jade Da Costa-Pacheco (Women’s Soccer)
  • Sophie Ehlebracht (Women’s Soccer)
  • Erika Ehrenberg (Women’s Hockey)
  • Mikayla Moser (Women’s Soccer)
  • Anna Norman (Rugby)
  • Paul Place (Nordic Skiing)
  • Emily Rowe (Rugby)
  • Annika Scurfield (Women’s Hockey)
  • Julianna Servello (Women’s Soccer)
  • Emma Weller (Women’s Hockey)
  • Sophia Ersil (Swimming)
  • Rachel Getz (Rugby)
  • Sean Kim (Men’s Soccer)
  • Frederike Lavoie-Leroux (Women’s Hockey)
  • Malachi Leclerc (Water Polo)
  • Scott Leslie (Rowing)
  • Darcy Mayer (Women’s Soccer)
  • Samuel Meisenheimer (Men’s Hockey)
  • Martina Milito (Women’s Soccer)

Monday, December 13, 2021 in
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