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Dalhousie Tigers Academic All-Canadians

A record 103 Dalhousie student-athletes earned U SPORTS academic all-Canadian status in the 2018-19 season. They will be honoured at the Academic All-Canadian luncheon, Thursday, January 23, 2020.

In 1988, U SPORTS introduced its first Academic All-Canadians, those exceptional student-athletes who achieve an academic standing of 80% or better while playing on one of their university's varsity teams.

Since 2001, over 1,400 Dalhousie student-athletes have received the distinction of U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian.

Students at Dalhousie University strive for excellence in sport, academics and in the greater community. CIS Academic All-Canadian distinction is one of the highest recognitions a university varsity athlete may receive. To earn U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian distinction, a varsity student-athlete must be enrolled full-time and achieve an average of 80% or higher in the academic year. Athletes at Dalhousie University spend over 20 hours per week on school work while committing at least another 20 hours to athletics as they practice daily and compete most weekends. On top of this many student-athletes find time to volunteer with various community organizations. The athletes who earn this prestigious national honour are inspirational to the greater Dalhousie community and the Tigers congratulate them for their work ethic and determination.

2017-18 Luncheon Recap Jan. 2019
2016-17 Luncheon Recap Jan. 2018
2015-16 Luncheon Recap Jan. 2017

Academic All-Canadian Award Recipients
2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13
2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07
2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2001-02    

 

U SPORTS Top 8 Academic All-Canadians

Among these outstanding individuals, one female and one male from each U SPORTS regional association are selected annually as Top 8 Academic All-Canadians and receive the Governor General’s Academic All-Canadian Commendation. McGill leads all U SPORTS schools with a record 22 Commendations, while Dalhousie is in second place with 14, alongside the University of Alberta, followed by the Univeristy of Manitoba wioth 13.

Dalhousie Governor General’s Academic All-Canadian Commendation Recipients
2017-18 Sven Stammberger, Men's basketball 2016-17 Anna Dunn-Suen, Women's volleyball 2011-12 Miranda MacMillan, Women's hockey
2010-11 Nathan Muskoe, Men's track & field 2009-10 Daniel You, Men's volleyball 2008-09 Alex Legge, Women's basketball
2007-08 Niklas Rademacher, Men's volleyball 2006-07 Katie Hollinshead, Women's soccer 2005-06 Jeff Weiler, Men's volleyball
2004-05 Hilary Burn, Women's CC/T&F 2002-03 Marieke Gardner, Women's soccer 2001-02 Andrea Faryniuk, Women's track & field
1999-00 Aaron Barkhouse, Men's soccer 1995-96 Rachelle Beaton, Women's track & field