2016 CCAA Men’s Soccer All-Canadians

2016 CCAA Men’s Soccer All-Canadians

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2016 CCAA Men’s Soccer All-Canadians.

The student-athletes, who are selected by their conference based on performance and contribution to the sport and their team, were honoured at a banquet during the 2016 CCAA Men’s Soccer National Championship, hosted by Keyano College in Fort McMurray, AB.

Here are the 2016 Men’s Soccer All-Canadians:

   

 

Keith Jackson


Shun Takano

 

Capilano Blues

 

VIU Mariners

Jackson led the PACWEST in scoring with 11 goals this season, as Capilano cruised to a first-place finish with a 10-0-2 record. Jackson had three multi-goal games for the Blues. The third-year forward works tirelessly on the field and creates numerous scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates.

 

The rookie midfielder scored four goals for VIU, which finished second in the PACWEST with a 7-4-1 record. Takano is a team-first player and a very competitive athlete who works hard preparing for every training session and game. Gifted with pace and technical ability along with great vision and knowledge of the game, Takano is a complete player.


   

 

Sebastian Cabrera


Stefan Cukovic


 

NAIT Ooks

 

Lakeland Rustlers

Cabrera scored seven goals and added six assists to lead a young NAIT team to an 8-2 record and second-place finish in the ACAC’s North Division. The Ooks captain, a CCAA Academic All-Canadian in 2015, is a player his teammates look up to as he can change the course of a game in an instant.

 

Four of Cukovic’s nine goals were game winners as the fourth-year attacking midfielder led Lakeland to a second-place finish in the ACAC’s South Division with a 7-1-2 record. The Rustlers captain continually works to build team unity. Cukovic assists with summer kids camps and also coaches at indoor youth programs.


   

 

Stefan Milidrag


Marcos Nunes


 

St. Clair Saints

 

Humber Hawks

Milidrag scored nine times, including four game-winning goals, to lead the Saints to a first-place finish in the OCAA’s West Division with a 7-1-2 record. The third-year striker is a quiet, hard worker who leads by example. Milidrag is an excellent person, on and off the field, and is well liked by his teammates.

 

The OCAA Player of the Year had a conference-best 10 goals in leading defending CCAA National Champion Humber to a perfect 10-0 record. Nunes, a two-time CCAA gold medalist, is a gentleman on the field and may be the most impactful player in Hawks history. He consistently finds a way to elevate his play and score big goals in big games.


   

 

Gonzalo Misol
Rodriguez


Konstantinos
Rougas


 

Élans de Garneau

 

Dawson Blues

Rodriguez led the Élans to an 8-2 record and second-place finish in the RSEQ. He is technically gifted and has a knack for scoring incredible goals. Rodriguez has a great vision of the game at a young age and he is also extremely dedicated with an impeccable work ethic that rubs off on his teammates.

 

The RSEQ star led the conference with 11 goals in 10 games. Rougas is a tremendous leader on the field. The third-year striker is extremely hard working and very passionate about the game. Rougas is a confident athlete with a killer instinct.


   

 

Ibrahima Sanoh


Mackenzie Tamblyn


 

Holland Hurricanes

 

UNBSJ Seawolves

Sanoh, now a three-time CCAA All-Canadian, led the Hurricanes to their third-straight undefeated season (11-0-1) and first-place finish in the ACAA. The explosive striker had a conference-best 14 goals. A true gentleman on and off the pitch, Sanoh is also unrelenting as a leader and pushes his teammates to excel.

 

Tamblyn scored seven goals to lead UNBSJ to a 7-4-1 record and tie for second place in the ACAA. The fifth-year striker trains with a great deal of focus and effort, which pushes his teammates. Tamblyn’s drive, tenacity and work ethic make him an excellent leader with an immeasurable impact on the Seawolves program.