2007 CIS Men's Soccer Championship

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The 2007 CIS Men's Soccer Championship was held from 8 to 11 November 2008 at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia. The UBC Thunderbirds defeated the Laval Rouge et Or 2-1.

All-Canadians[edit]

First Team(1-11) and Second Team(12-22) with school and hometown.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Canada GK Haidar Al-Shaibani (Western Ontario - London, ON)
2 Canada DF Roberto Gutierrez (Carleton - Ottawa, ON)
3 Canada DF Alexandre Lévesque-Tremblay (Laval - Quebec City, QC)
4 Canada MF Ricardo Marquez (Cape Breton - Hamilton, ON)
5 Canada MF Francesco Bruno (York - Toronto, ON - R)
6 Canada MF Nick Perugini (Trinity Western - Montreal, QC - MVP)
7 Canada FW Ken Morrison (UNB - Fredericton, NB)
8 Poland FW Mike Bialy (Toronto - Mississauga, ON)
9 Burkina Faso FW Boris Idriss Gervais Salou (Laval - Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)
10 Canada FW Kwame Osei (Cape Breton - Toronto, ON)
11 Canada FW Spencer Schmidt (Fraser Valley - Abbotsford, BC)
No. Position Player
12 Canada GK Gérardo Argento (Montreal - Montreal, QC)
13 Canada DF Paul Hamilton (Trinity Western - Calgary, AB)
14 Canada DF Graham Smith (UBC - Abbotsford, BC)
15 Czech Republic DF Miroslav Novak (StFX - Prague, Czech Republic - R)
16 Canada MF Nick Milonas (Queen's - Kingston, ON)
17 France MF Johan Le Goff (Montreal - Paris, France)
18 Canada DF Istvan Lakner (Saint Mary's - Dartmouth, NS)
19 Canada MF Scott MacLennan (Brock - Burlington, ON)
20 Canada FW Mark Bennett (Brock - Brantford, ON)
21 Canada FW Kofi Ilboudo (Carleton - Ottawa, ON)
22 Canada FW Moreno Alberti (York - Winnipeg, Minnesota - Rookie of the Year)

Final[edit]

11-November-2007
13:30 (UTC-8)
UBC Thunderbirds 2-1 Laval Rouge et Or
Graham SmithGoal 23'
Steve FrazaoGoal 82'
Gabriel MoreauGoal 46'

Bracket[edit]

  Quarter-finals
8-November-2007
Semi-finals
10-November-2007
Final
11-November-2007
                           
   Trinity Western 0  
 Western Ontario 1  
   Western 1  
   Laval 2  
 Cape Breton 0
   Laval 3  
     Laval 1
   UBC 2
   York 2  
 St. Mary's 1  
   York 1 Third place
   UBC 2  
 UBC 2  Western 4
   Montreal 0    York 1
Consolation Semi-final
9-November-2008
Consolation Final
10-November-2008
           
St. Mary's 1
Montreal 0
St. Mary's 0
Trinity Western 1
Trinity Western 1
Cape Breton 0

All-Canadians[edit]

First team (school and home town listed also) Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Canada GK Haidar Al-Shaibani (Western Ontario - London, ON)
2 Canada DF Roberto Gutierrez (Carleton - Ottawa, ON)
3 Canada DF Alexandre Lévesque-Tremblay (Laval - Quebec City, QC)
4 Canada MF Ricardo Marquez (Cape Breton - Hamilton, ON)
5 Canada MF Francesco Bruno (York - Toronto, ON - R)
No. Position Player
6 Canada MF Nick Perugini (Trinity Western - Montreal, QC - MVP)
7 Canada FW Ken Morrison (UNB - Fredericton, NB)
8 Canada FW Mike Bialy (Toronto - Mississauga, ON)
9 Burkina Faso FW Boris Idriss Gervais Salou (Laval - Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)
10 Canada FW Kwame Osei (Cape Breton - Toronto, ON)
11 Canada FW Spencer Schmidt (Fraser Valley - Abbotsford, BC)

Second team (school and home town listed also) Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Canada GK Gérardo Argento (Montreal - Montreal, QC)
2 Canada DF Paul Hamilton (Trinity Western - Calgary, AB)
3 Canada DF Graham Smith (UBC - Abbotsford, BC)
4 Czech Republic DF Miroslav Novak (StFX - Prague, Czech Republic - R)
5 Canada MF Nick Milonas (Queen's - Kingston, ON)
No. Position Player
6 France MF Johan Le Goff (Montreal - Paris, France)
7 Canada DF Istvan Lakner (Saint Mary's - Dartmouth, NS)
8 Canada MF Scott MacLennan (Brock - Burlington, ON)
9 Canada FW Mark Bennett (Brock - Brantford, ON)
10 Canada FW Kofi Ilboudo (Carleton - Ottawa, ON)
11 Canada FW Moreno Alberti (York - Winnipeg, Minnesota - Rookie of the Year)

Bialy, the CIS player of the year in 2006, and Marquez are both selected for the second straight season.