Ali Richmond, Queen's, SquashAli Richmond (Toronto, Ont.) of the Queen's women's squash team has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after she led the Gaels to their third straight title this past weekend.
Daniel Ugray, Toronto, Water PoloUniversity of Toronto water polo standout Daniel Ugray (Budapest, Hungary) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after he helped the Varsity Blues recapture the OUA banner this past weekend.
Mark Perrin, Guelph, Men's RugbyGuelph fly half Mark Perrin (Mississauga, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after helping the Gryphons capture the Turner Trophy as OUA men's rugby champions for the first time since 1998.
Dylan Young, Queen's, RugbyQueen's scrum half Dylan Young (Toronto, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after helping the Gaels reach Sunday's OUA Men's Rugby Championship.
Carly Zanatta, Guelph, RowingGuelph rower Carly Zanatta has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after she became the first member of the varsity program to be named OUA Female Athlete of the Year.
Ana Peric, Toronto, GolfUniversity of Toronto Varsity Blues golfer Ana Peric London, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after leading her team to their fifth consecutive team title at the OUA Golf Championship.
Andrew Warner, Western, BaseballMustangs centrefielder Andrew Warner (London, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after leading Western to their second consecutive OUA Baseball Championship title this past weekend.
Eric Flockhart, Laurier, GolfLaurier Golden Hawks golfer Eric Flockhart (Mississauga, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after a pair of individual gold medals last week.
Emily Jago, Laurentian, RowingLaurentian Voyageurs Emily Jago (Sudbury, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after a successful showing at the Head of the Trent regatta.
Sarah Jamieson, Toronto, LacrosseUniversity of Toronto midfielder Sarah Jamieson (Etobicoke, Ont.) has been named OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after she scored seven goals and added four assists as the Varsity Blues women's lacrosse team went 2-1 last weekend.
Michael Clouthier, Waterloo, BaseballWaterloo Warriors third baseman Michael Clouthier (Guelph, Ont.) has been named OUA Peak Performer, presented by Investors Group, after he went 5-for-7 (.714 avg) with four home runs and drove in 11 runs as the Warriors swept a doubleheader against York on Sunday afternoon.
Mario Van Der Westhuizen, Guelph, RugbyGuelph Gryphons scrum half Mario Van Der Westhuizen (Mississauga, Ont.) has been selected as the OUA Peak Performer after leading the Gryphons to a pair wins to open the season against the RMC Paladins and rival Queen’s Gaels.
Kaitlyn Liu, Toronto, Figure SkatingLast week, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues figure skating team captured the OUA banner on home ice thanks in part to a pair of strong performances from Kaitlyn Liu (Richmond Hill, Ont.).
John Wright, Queen's, FencingJohn Wright (Ottawa) has been named the OUA Peak Performer after capturing three medals this past weekend at the OUA Men's Fencing Championship.
Cameron Seth, Waterloo, SquashWaterloo Warriors squash standout Cameron Seth (Fergus, Ont.) has been named OUA Peak Performer following an undefeated weekend at the OUA Sqaush Championship.
Alexandra Kraft, Toronto, Water PoloVarsity Blues standout Alexandra Kraft (Rancho Santa Margarita, California) scored six goals in two games to help the University of Toronto women's water polo team defend their OUA championship title.
Lucas Rumball, Queen's, RugbyQueen’s No. 8 Lucas Rumball is this week’s OUA Peak Performer after helping his Gaels to their fourth straight OUA Championship this past weekend by a score of 24-23 in a tight battle against the Guelph Gryphons.
Emily Jago, Laurentian, RowingJago successfully defended her title in the Women's 1x race this past weekend at the OUA Rowing Championship, held at St. Catharines' Henley Island.
Zain Manji, Toronto, TennisThe University of Toronto Varsity Blues captured their first OUA title since 2011 and third in the past eight years thanks in large part to outstanding performance of Zain Manji (Ajax, Ont.).
Quinn Cumming, Ryerson, BaseballRyerson pitcher Quinn Cumming (Toronto, Ont.) pitched a complete game on Friday, allowing just one earned run over eight innings.
Rob Byckowski, Brock, BaseballIt wouldn’t be surprising if Rob Byckowski (Milton, Ont.) stood at home and pointed out to centre field at some point this weekend.
Taylor Landry, UOIT, LacrosseNot many people can say they scored double digit goals to open the season, but UOIT Ridgebacks' Taylor Landry (Whitby, Ont.) can.
Michael Clouthier, Waterloo, BaseballThe OUA baseball season may have just opened up this past weekend but Waterloo Warriors third baseman Michael Clouthier is already in midseason form.
Liz Boag, Queen's, BasketballQueen's Gaels guard Liz Boag scored 24 points in a 83-51 win over Carleton and surpassed the 1,000 point mark in her OUA career.
Jylisa Williams, Lakehead, BasketballLakehead Thunderwolves guard Jylisa Williams broke an OUA single-game record for points after she scored 50 against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday night.
Gabriela Stafford, Toronto, Track & FieldStafford won the 1500m race in a time of 4:22.36, which broke the previous Can-Am Classic meet record by almost two full seconds and met CIS standard by over seven seconds.
Jessica Fickel, Brock, HockeyIn the Badgers 5-3 win over Nipissing, Jessica Fickel recorded two goals and one assist to give her 113 career points (114 GP, 51G, 62A, 113 pts) eclipsing both Kate Allgood and Kelly Walker's 112 points, becoming Brock’s All-Time leading scorer in women’s hockey history.
Stephanie Sluys, Waterloo, HockeyStephanie Sluys (Clinton, Ont.), fresh off winning Waterloo, OUA, and CIS athlete-of-the-week, had another incredible weekend for the black and gold.