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Sportsmanship Award

Salem Aboghodieh

1st Year law

Born & raised in Mississauga, ON, Salem’s educational journey brought him to UNB where he is a 1st year law student. During his undergrad at the University of Toronto Mississauga, he represented 14,000 students on the Athletic Council as VP Finance and on the Board of Directors of the Student Union. He also played soccer at a high-level in the OCAA and the Ontario Soccer League during that time. This year, he won the intramural soccer championship and reached the ultimate frisbee finals at UNB.

michael colford

2nd Year chemical engineering

Born in Fredericton, NB, Michael is a familiar face on campus. The 2nd year chemical engineering student keeps busy during the semester; competing on the cross country, and track and field teams, as well as acting as the men's cross country representative on the Athletes Council. He is an Academic All-Canadian and was on the Dean's List this year. When he is not running or studying, Michael enjoys playing the guitar and being outdoors.

bradley constatine

2nd Year forestry

Brad Constantine was born and raised in a small town of Dobson Corner, NB. Currently enrolled in his second year of a Bachelor of Science in Forestry. Since enrolling at UNB, He has been a member of the UNB Woodsman Team. Within his second year he has become the Treasurer of the Woodsman team and a team captain. When competing amongst his team, he brings positive energy, is always willing to help and encourages his fellow teammates to become better athletes and people in general.

connor dunnett

2nd Year engineering

After completing my schooling in Sussex, the draw to UNB was evident. UNB-known for academic excellence in the engineering field and athletic programs that attract only top caliber student athletes. To me an environment where that level of excellence is achieved not only through individual drive but also with a sense of camaraderie and fair play is important. Discovering And igniting that drive to excellence is contagious. Hence my continued involvement in intramural and residence life.

Alex egers

4th Year kinesiology

Born and raised in Fredericton, Alex, a 4th-year Kinesiology student, has a passion for athletics, academics, and his community. He fulfils these passions by being a captain, and Athlete’s Council representatives for the Men’s Volleyball team on top of being a Dean’s List Student, making him an Academic All-Canadian. In his free time, Alex coaches the boy's volleyball teams at his former high school and is a friendly visitor in the Family Medicine and Orthopedic wings at the local hospital.

Jana Giles

2nd Year Chemical Engineering

Jana, a 2nd year B.Sc. Chemical Engineering student from Moncton, NB, is passionate about UNB’s role in sustainable development. She volunteers as the VP Fair Trade for Engineers Without Borders, is a member of UNB’s Sustainable Food Task Force, and is the Co-Coordinator of the Good Food Challenge. She is also a UNB Varsity Reds Cross Country and Track athlete, Academic All-Canadian, and Philips Sport Leadership Academy participant. She lives a zero waste life and reads in her spare time.

Cailie mcguire

4th Year kinesiology

Originally from Mississauga, Cailie’s passion for sport as well as her drive to impact those around her have led her to make significant contributions to the UNB and greater Fredericton community. Cailie is in her 4th year of the BRSS Kin program, is an Academic All Canadian, Dean’s List student, Sir Howard Douglas Scholar, Kin peer mentor and member of Varsity Red’s Athlete council. Cailie is the captain of the cross country and track teams, providing guidance

eric meng

2nd Year science

Eric is an eccentric and ecstatic young man from the town of Fredericton. His passion for volleyball began with a bump-y ride when he did not make the volleyball team in the sixth grade. Meng (then aged 12), who had spike-y hair at the time, power-ed his way to become better at the sport, set-ting himself up for success in later years. Meng power-ed his way to go to Canada Games. He enjoys receive-ing presents and aspires to be a serve-r at The Cellar Pub.

charlotte sampson

3rd Year arts/science

From Vancouver, BC, Charlotte is in her 3rd year of Arts/Science, pursuing a double major in Mathematics and French. She plays on the Varsity Soccer team and is both an Academic All-Canadian and a Dean’s List recipient. Charlotte is Co-President of the Math Society, Co-Chair of Atlantic Canada's first ever Sports Business Conference, a TA for the French Department, and a math tutor. In the future, she hopes to receive a bilingual B.Ed and teach high school math in a French Immersion Program.

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