Presidents' Trophy (U Sports)

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The Presidents' Trophy is an annual Canadian sports award presented to the most outstanding defensive player in U Sports football. The trophy was first presented in 1980 after having been championed by two past presidents of Canadian university sports bodies. The name indirectly honours Ed Zemrau, past president of U Sports (then known as the Canadian Interuniversity Athletics Union); and Robert Doty, past president of Canada's university football championship game, then known as the College Bowl and now as the Vanier Cup.[1]

List of Presidents' Trophy winners[edit]

Year Winner School
1980[1] Rich Payne Wilfrid Laurier
1981[1] Mike Emery UBC
1982[1] Mike Emery UBC
1983[1] Tom Timlin Carleton
1984[1] Larry Oglesby Mount Allison
1985[1] Darcy Kopp Calgary
1986[1] Mark Norman UBC
1987[1] Brent Lewis Western
1988[1] Leroy Blugh Bishop's
1989[1] Mark Singer Alberta
1990[1] Randy Power Mount Allison
1991[1] Ray Bernard Bishop's
1992[1] Alex Eliopoulos Saint Mary's
1993[1] Lou Tiro Toronto
1994[1] Cory Delaney Waterloo
1995[1] Paul Frlan StFX
1996[1] Derek Krete Western
1997[1] Jason Van Geel Waterloo
1998[1] Warren Muzika Saskatchewan
1999[1] Mike Letendre Saskatchewan
2000[1] Joey Mikawoz Manitoba
2001[1] David Stipe Bishop's
2002[1] Adam MacDonald StFX
2003[1] Neil McKinlay Simon Fraser
2004[1] Mickey Donovan Concordia
2005[1] Patrick Donovan Concordia
2006[1] Patrick Donovan Concordia
2007[1] Mat Nesbitt Regina
2008[1] Thaine Carter Queen's
2009[1] Cory Greenwood Concordia
2010[1] Henoc Muamba StFX
2011[1] Max Caron Concordia
2012[1] Frédéric Plesius Laval Rouge et Or
2013[1] Pawel Kruba Western Mustangs
2014[1] Jonathan Langa Saint Mary's Huskies
2015[1] John Rush Guelph Gryphons
2016[1] DJ Lalama Manitoba

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al "Past CIS Award Winners". Canadian Interuniversity Sport.