Every year, we recognize the Rams' incredible accomplishments at the Athletic Awards Banquet. Awards are presented for outstanding performances on and off the field of play.

Athletes of the Year
Samantha Fanning (volleyball) and Craig MacEachern (soccer)  with Dr. Gray

Most Valuable Players

front left-right Kayla Graham (woodsmen), Whitney Shaver (rugby), Samantha Fanning (volleyball), Leah Cook (soccer)
back left-right Chris Morash (soccer), LIndsay Cameron (golf), Oscar Moyles (cross country), Thomas Henderson (woodsmen), missing Eric Pace (equestrian)

Contribution Award
Harris Bakker

Hustle Award

front left-right Kaylee Little (rugby), Rachel HIrtle (soccer), Thea McLachlin (volleyball)
back left-right Nathan Hill (soccer), Ryland Murphy (badminton), Kamryn Findlay (woodsmen), Tyler Van Oirschot (woodsmen)

Most Improved Player Award

front left-right Danielle Albers (badminton), Alea Power (soccer), Jill Bent (rugby)
back left-right James MacDonald (woodsmen), Scott Marrison (soccer), Jackie McClelland (volleyball), Mandy Smith (woodsmen)

Rookie Award

front left-right Alex Jackson (volleyball), Katie McQueen (rugby), Cora Sharp (soccer), Emily Merks (soccer)
back left-right Hannah Arseneault (cross country), Brette Holland (golf), Connor Morse (woodsmen), Richard MacNevin (soccer), Andrew Sytsma (badminton), Melanie Bos (woodsmen), Becca MacSwain (equestrian)

ACAA Coach of the Year
Joy Galloway-Jones (cross country) and Richard Bennicke (badminton)

CCAA Academic All Canadians
Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association's most prestigious student-athlete award, epitomizing their mandate of recognizing excellence in academics and athletics.  To achieve this honour, a student-athlete must be named to his/her respective Conference All-Star teams (1st and 2nd) in a CCAA Sport, and must achieve a GPA standing of 3.7 or higher (honors average - 1st semester).

front left-right Hannah Arsenault (cross country), Brette Holland (golf)
back left-right Oscar Moyles (cross country), Craig MacEachern (soccer), Emily Merks (soccer)

K.S. Marchant Award
Presented to the student athlete with highest GPA in Degree and Technology carrying a minimum of 4 courses, 1st semester.
left-right Hannah Arsenault (cross country) Degree, Alix Kusch (woodsmen) Technology, Connor Morse (woodsmen) Degree, Josiah McNutt (soccer) Degree, Berdien Bakker (badminton) Degree, Katie McQueen (rugby and equestrian) Degree. 

4th Year Athletes

front left-right Leah Cook (soccer), Brittany Green (soccer)
back left-right Kayla Graham (woodsmen), Harris Bakker (badminton), Craig MacEachern (soccer), Brad Elliott (woodsmen), Missing Willem Schepp (soccer).

5th Year Athletes

Breagh Ross (woodsmen), Robert Matheson (soccer)

ACAA All Conference - Soccer - 2014-15

left to right Chris Morash, Cora Sharp, Craig MacEachern, Emily Merks

ACAA Bob Coe Award - Craig MacEachern

ACAA All Conference - Rugby - 2014-15

left to right Whitney Shaver, Katie McQueen, Jill Bent

ACAA All Conference - Cross Country - 2014-15

Hannah Arsenault, Oscar Moyles

ACAA All Conference Volleyball

Samantha Fanning

ACAA All-Conference - Golf - Brette Holland

Winner 2014-15 - KAYLA GRAHAM

DAL AC All Academic Athletes
Athletes who have demonstrated excellence in academics and athletics, achieving GPA of 3.7 or above for "honors" and a position on a team (1st semester)

Ryland Murphy
Harris Bakker
Berdien Bakker
Danielle Albers
Zong Lin Ong (Jaymee)

Jocelyn Manley
Katie McQueen (and Equestrian)
Emma Murray
Shyannon Peck
Kathleen Sterritt
Cassie Stupart
Amy Unicomb

Jonathan Bent
Josh Hamlin
Craig MacEachern
Josiah McNutt
Lea Cook
Brette Holland (and Golf)
Emily Merks
Sydney Sprenger
Alexandria Jackson

Alexandria Jackson
Jackie McClelland

Angus Gibson
Justin Dean
Nathan Little
Connor Morse
Kayla Graham
Kamryn Findlay
Jaylene Woodworth
Eilish Conners
Alix Kusch
Mandy Smith
Melissa Baxter

|Cross Country
Oscar Moyles
Hannah Arseneault
Anetta Arends
Morgan Morash
Lindsay Cameron (and Golf)

Eric Pace
Chelsea Tuff-Hopkie