By Bob Elliott
Canadian Baseball Network
There is always something happening in baseball you have never seen before.
Take voting for our 17th annual Canadian Baseball Network all-Canadian college team.
It works like this: the players play, we compile the stats, send out a ballot, the voters vote and we tally up the winners at each position and the guy with the most votes is the Canadian Baseball Network college player of the year.
OF Marcus Knecht (North York, Ont.) of the Connors State College Cowboys had the strongest showing getting 49 of 51 first-place votes (96.1) in 2010.
And this year’s player of the year is LHP Guillaume Blanchette (St-Constant, Que.) of the Lubbock Christian Chaparrals. Blanchette pitched a shut out? Or did he bat 1.000? Either way he was perfect with the electoral college receiving 51 of 51 first-place votes.
He was 12-2 with a 1.73 ERA in 18 games making 12 starts. He walked 22 and fanned 108 in 144 innings while holding opponents to a .210 average.
Was Blanchette that good or was it a bad spring for lefties? Probably some of each, but consider this year for example we had 174 players. Let’s say maybe an average 150 players a year? That would be roughly 2,550 players with an average of 45 voters per year.
And no one has ever run the table like Blanchette, who finished ahead of LHP Dylan Thorp (North Vancouver, BC) of Monterrey Peninsula College.
Blanchette earned National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-America First Team honours. He also received D2CCA and ABCA All-South Central Region Pitcher of the Year (First Team All-Region in each of those organization’s All Region Teams), NCBWA All-South Central Region First Team and Heartland Conference Pitcher of the Year honours.
He led LCU and the conference in wins (second nationally). He also led the Heartland in strikeouts (ninth nationally), innings pitched, complete games (eight, fifth nationally) and shutouts (two). He sat second in the conference (eighth nationally) in ERA. The Chaps senior was named the NCBWA National Pitcher of the Week after dealing a one-hitter in a win over No. 9 Angelo State and was twice Pitcher of the Week. He earned Gold Glove honours and was a CoSIDA Academic All-District recipient.
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The previous Canadian Baseball Network Player of the Year winners through the years include the likes of ...
_ 3B Connor Panas ((Toronto, Ont.) Canisius Golden Griffins, who was named first on 33 of 45 ballots (73.3) last year.
_ 2B-OF Craig-St. Louis (Gatineau, Que.) Seminole State Trojans, 50-for-59 (84.7) in 2014.
_ LHP Ryan Kellogg (Whitby, Ont.) of the Arizona State Sun Devils, 50-for-65 (76.9) in 2013.
_ 2B Maxx Tissenbaum (Toronto, Ont.) of the Stony Brook Seawolves, 40-for-58 (69) in 2012.
_ OF Chase Larsson (Vancouver, BC), of the Cameron Aggies, 39 of 41 votes (95.1) in 2011.
_ OF Knecht (North York, Ont.) of the Connors State, 49 of 51 (96.1) in 2010.
_ 3B Jesse Sawyer (Calgary, Alta.) of the South Dakota State Jackrabbits, 33 for 49 (67.3) in 2009.
_ DH Mike Gosse (Pitt Meadows, BC) of the Oklahoma Sooners, 35 of 42 (83.3) in 2008.
_ 1B Kevin Atkinson (Surrey, BC) of the New Mexico Jr. College Thunderbirds, 55 for 62 (88.7)in 2007.
— OF Jon Baksh (Mississauga, Ont.) of the Florida Tech Panthers, 40 of 63 (63.5) in 2006.
— 1B Karl Amonite (Woodslee, Ont.) of the Auburn Tigers, 55 for 62 (88.7) in 2005.
— OF Charlie MacFarlane (Lantzville, BC) of the Cumberland Bulldogs, 36 for 45 (80) in 2004.
_ C Aaron McRae (Delta, BC) of the LSU-Shreveport Pilots, 37 for 49 (75.5) in 2003.
_ OF Ryan Kenning (North Vancouver, BC) of the New Mexico State Aggies and RP-SS Jesse Crain (Toronto, Ont.) of the Houston Cougars, who shared honours with nine first-place voters on 16 ballots (56.3) in 2002.
_ LHP Jeff Francis (North Delta, BC) of British Columbia Thunderbirds, six of seven (85.7) in 2001.
— And OF Ben Emond (Farnham, Que.) of Texas Longhorns, in 2000, our inaugural year.
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Our voters included … 13 Canadian Baseball Network staffers, 11 coaches, from elite programs to colleges on both sides of the border; eight more who write baseball, seven scouts, seven suits (executives, front-office staff), two broadcasters, two former players and one crack copy editor who root-root-roots for old Notre Dame.
Our electorate came from eight different provinces and six states. Voting was done on a 5-3-1 basis.
We should point out that the ballot gathering process moved a lot quicker this year thanks to the efforts of Kevin Wall (Richmond Hill, Ont.) also known as Jason Bourne, for his magical ways of gathering all the numbers.
And as usual IF you failed to turn in your ballot you have lost your right to complain.
This year Quebec players dominated the first team with Blanchette leading a six-player contingent. The rest of the team was made up of two players each from BC and Ontario and one each from Alberta and New Brunswick.
There are the best of the 787 Canadian players playing the majority of their schedules south of the border.
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Left-hander _ Guillaume Blanchette (St-Constant, Que.) Lubbock Christian Chaparrals.
A Brett Tomko award finalist, Blanchette, is the only NCAA Div. II player this season to claim First Team All-America honours from every national organization that awards academic and performance based All-America Teams. He produced a 3.78 GPA studying sports management to claim D2CAA, ABCA and NCBWA First Team All-America honours this season for his efforts on the field. The lefthander has also claimed D2CCA and ABCA All-South Central Region Pitcher of the Year (First Team All-Region in each of those organization’s All Region Teams), NCBWA All-South Central Region First Team and Heartland Conference Pitcher of the Year honours this season.
Blanchette led the conference in wins with 12, strikeouts (108), innings pitched (114 1/3), complete games (eight) and shutouts (two), while his ERA was second. He led all Canucks in wins, was second in strikeouts and fifth in ERA.
Blanchette, who pitched for the Academie Baseball Canada as well as Bisons de Saint-Eustache for coach Luc Desgroseillers earned Canadian Baseball Network Third Team honours in 2013 while at Galveston.
Right-hander _ Alex Webb (Surrey, BC) UBC Thunderbirds.
Webb led the way -- for UBC, and the best RHPs on the ballot -- as he was also honoured as NAIA West Pitcher of the Year. He led in strikeouts with 111.
He went through stages where he was nearly unhittable. The engineering went 9-1 with a sparkling 1.36 ERA. He led all Canucks in strikeouts, was second in wins and fourth in ERA.
Webb scored wins in the spring over Northwest Nazarene (six scoreless), Cal State LA (six scoreless), Simpson (three runs in eight innings), Corban (complete-game shutout), Lewis-Clark State (one run in seven innings), Simpson (nine innings scoreless) and Olivet Nazarene (one earned run in five innings).
Drafted in the ninth round by the Cincinnati Reds, Webb, pitched for coach Russ Smithson and the White Rock Tritons, is a repeat winner taking Canadian Baseball Network First Team honours in 2015.
Reliever _ Iannick Rémillard (Valleyfield, Que.) Canisius Golden Griffins.
The Griffs’ closer earned MAAC Reliever of the Year All-MAAC Second-Team honours. He set the school and MAAC record for saves in a single-season after he recorded 17 in 24 appearances on the hill, while compiling a 1.97 ERA. He led all Canucks in saves while his ERA was seventh.
Rémillard earned a pair of awards: National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association (NCBWA) Division I All-America Third-Team honours and Northeast Region Second-Team accolades from the American Baseball Coaches Association. He is just the second Canisius player to earn NCBWA All-America honours and the first since 2008, when former Griff pitcher Shane Davis (Belmont, Ont.) was also named to the third team.
Rémillard joins past ABCA winners from 2015, Brett Siddall (Windsor, Ont.) and Connor Panas (Toronto, Ont.).
He finished his Canisius career with 29 saves for coach Mike McRae (Niagara Falls, Ont.) besting the previous mark held by Jon Fitzsimmons (London, Ont.) who had 22 from 2011-13. Rémillard finished his career with the Blue and Gold with a 6-6 record and a 4.03 ERA in 74 career appearances. Rémillard fanned 105 batters in 111 2/3 innings with his school-record 29 saves.
Rémillard, who this summer was with the Sanford Mainers in the New England Collegiate League after pitching for the ABC, earned Canadian Baseball Network Honourable Mention honours in 2015.
Catcher _ Travis Wacker (Oakville, Ont.) Grayson County Vikings.
In his second year at Grayson, Wacker knocked in 66 runs with 73 hits in 51 games. His 66 RBIs were fourth on the all-Canadian ballot.
He had four-hit games against Howard Hawks, Navarro Bulldogs and Vernon Chaparral; six three-hit games against the Seminole State Trojans, Murray State Racers, Brown Mackie Diamond Stars, Ranger Rangers, McLennan Highlanders and Cisco Wranglers; and 13 two-hit games facing the Eastern Oklahoma State Mountaineers (two), Iowa Western Reivers (two), Northeast Texas Eagles, Navarro, Ranger, Hill Rebels (twice), McLennan, Vernon, North Central Lions and Temple Leopards.
Wacker hit .384 with nine home runs and 66 RBIs in 51 games. His on-base mark was .466 and he slugged .579 for a 1.045 OPS. He batted .328 with four homers and 38 RBIs in 37 games as a freshman. He spent his high school years at King’s Christian Collegiate in Oakville.
A graduate of Matt Baird’s Field House Pirates, he has transferred to Oklahoma State Cowboys.
First base _ Billy Germaine (Aldergrove, BC) Southern Arkansas Muleriders.
The son of west coast hitting guru Orv Germaine almost had as many awards as homers -- well almost. His 18 homers earned him honours on the All-Arkansas Collegiate Team named each year by Natural State. He tied with Tristan Clarke for fourth highest with 18 among Canucks.
The senior also was lauded as an All-Great American Conference First-Team honours as a utility player, an All-Central Region Second-Team utility man by the D2 Conference Commissioner’s Association and was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association (NCBWA) All-Central Region Honourable Mention Team at the same position. Additionally, he was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District First-Team.
Germaine hit .302 (54-for-179) for the year with 12 doubles and 48 RBIs. The 18 home runs tied him with John Long (2008) and Tracy Geffre (2003) for the third-most homeruns hit in a season at SAU. In his career he hit 30, third on the all-time list.
His best week came when he batted .727 (8-for-11) in a three-game win over East Central. Of his eight base hits, seven went for extra bases (three doubles, four home runs) with 12 RBIs, seven runs scored, a .733 on-base percentage and a 2.091 slugging percentage.
Germine, who played for the Langley Blaze and coaches Jamie Bodaly and Doug Mathieson, is a repeat winner earning Canadian Baseball Network First Team honours in 2015.
Second base _ David Glaude (Quebec City, Que.) Missouri Western State Griffon.
Glaude became Missouri Western’s first All-American since Ryan Degner in 2014 by batting .403 with team-highs in hits (91), doubles (22), triples (six) and RBIs (74). His 10 home runs tied and his 62 runs scored were each second. He started all 58 games for the Griffons, primarily playing second base, but showing versatility as a third baseman as well. His 74 RBIs were third among Canucks.
He committed seven errors all season with 116 putouts and 147 assists helping Missouri Western to its third ever appearance in the NCAA Central Regional and the second most wins (38) in program history.
He was also named first team All-MIAA, first team NCBWA All-Central Region, first team ABCA/Rawlings All-Central Region and second team D2CCA All-Central Region. Glaude was named a first team infielder, his third All-Region honour and second first team selection.
Glaude, who played for Capitales Junior de Québec and Cardinal Roy, as well as Diamants de Québec and coach Dominik Walsh, earned Canadian Baseball Network Third Team honours in 2015.
Third base _ Abraham Toro-Hernandez (Greenfield Park, Que.) Seminole State Trojans.
Toro-Hernandez was named to the All-American First Team and as former Leaside coach Jim Stevenson selected him in the fifth round for the Houston Astros.
The switch hitter caught as a high school, but Houston saw his future as a third baseman. He hit .439 (90-for-205) with 14 doubles, five triples, 20 home runs and 86 RBIs. He scored 94 runs and stole eight bases. His on-base mark was .545 and the freshman slugged .849 for an OPS of 1.394. His 20 homers were third best among Canadians while his average was the sixth highest.
Toro-Hernandez’s family is Venezuelan, while the infielder speaks English, French and Spanish.
He had 90 hits in 55 games including 12 multi-hit games. He managed three four-hit games the Pratt Beavers, Western Nebraska Cougars and Paradise Valley Pumas; nine three-hits games against the Coffeyville Red Ravens, Pratt, Iowa Western Reivers, South Mountain Cougars, Hutchinson Blue Dragons, Eastern Oklahoma State Mountaineers (twice) and Rose State Raiders and 17 two-hit games facing Allen County Red Devils, MCC-Maple Woods Monarchs (twice), Redlands Cougars, Pratt, GateWay Geckos, Central Arizona Vaqueros, Butler Grizzlies, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norse, Connors State Cowboys (twice), Arkansas Baptist Buffs (twice), Eastern Oklahoma State Mountaineers (twice) and Rose State (twice).
Before heading south Toro-Hernandez played for the Orioles de Montréal, Team Quebec and ABC under coaches Marc-André Ronda and Yannick Desjardins.
Shortstop _ Charles LeBlanc (Laval, Que.) Pittsburgh Panthers.
Was a trail blazer of sorts being named first-team All-ACC -- the first Panther to earn such a recognition. He led the ACC in hitting with a .405 average, 13th in the nation and highest in the ACC since 2009. LeBlanc led the Panthers in average (.405), runs (45), hits (79), RBIs (46), on base percentage (.494) and assists (147), while his on base percentage (.494) was good for fourth in the ACC.
Named a Perfect Game Midseason All-American, he landed on the Brooks Wallace Award Watch list making the shortened finalists list. He led the Panthers with 23 multiple-hit games earning named the ACC Player of the Week honours in April after knocking nationally-ranked Clemson pitching staff around, going 9-for-13 with nine RBIs. He put together a 13-game consecutive-game hitting streak, longest of the season by a Pitt hitter.
LeBlanc played for Les Ailes du Quebec and Academie Baseball Canada for coaches Joel Landry and Remi Bertrand and this summer was with the Kalamazo Growlers in the Northwood League.
Outfielders _ Louis-Philippe Pelletier (Montreal, Que.) Seminole State Trojans, Corey Wood (Fredericton, N.B.) Arkansas at Monticello Boll Weevils and OF Tristan Clarke (Brampton, Ont.) Eastern Oklahoma State Mountaineers.
Pelletier received All-American Honoursable Mentions in the spring and was drafted in the 20th round by Jim Stevenson of the Astros in June. He batted .445 with 18 doubles, four triples and 24 homers with 65 RBIs in 54 games. He recorded a .504 on-base mark and slugged .873 for a 1.377 OPS. His 24 bombs were tied with Corey Wood to lead all Canucks, while his average was tied for fourth with Francis Desilets among Canucks and he was fifth in RBIs, again tied with Desilets.
In all, Pelletier had two hits against Arkansas Baptist in his final game, giving him 102 hits for the season, setting a record for Quebec players in the American colleges and universities. The previous record of 100 was set by Pier-Olivier Dostaler in 2012, at Lamar Community College.
He had 33 multi-hit games: he totaled five four-hit games playing Coffeyville Red Ravens (twice), Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norse, Arkansas Baptist Buffs and Eastern Oklahoma State Mountaineers; he added nine three-hit outings facing Grayson County Vikings, Redlands Cougars, Pratt Beavers (twice), Hutchinson Blue Dragons, Butler Grizzlies, Arkansas Baptist, Eastern Oklahoma State and Rose State Raiders and 19 two-hit games Crowder Roughriders (twice), Allen County Red Devils, Cowley County Tigers, Carl Albert State Vikings, Pratt, Iowa Western Reivers (twice), GateWay Geckos, Western Nebraska Cougars, Paradise Valley Pumas, Glendale Vaqueros, Western Oklahoma State Pioneers, Butler, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, Connors State Cowboys, Rose State (twice) and Eastern Oklahoma State.
In Quebec, Pelletier played for the Academy Baseball Canada and Orioles de Montréal under coaches Marc-André Ronda and Yannick Desjardins.
Wood also made history by becoming UAM’s first ever conference player of the year in the NCAA era (1996-present). He was one of only two unanimous selections to the All-GAC first team. A year ago he made the second team last season.
Wood set a new UAM and Great American Conference single-season home run record with 24 and smashed UAM’s single-season RBI record with 86. The previous records were by UAM Sports Hall of Famer Jamie Tucker, who hit 15 home runs and had 60 RBI in 1999. Wood’s 24 homers shared the Canuck lead with Seminole State’s Louis-Philippe Pelletier, while his 86 RBI were tied with Abraham Toro-Hernandez of Seminole State as the highest among Canadians.
Overall, Wood had a .371 average, leads the league in slugging percentage (.834), ranks third in on-base percentage (.472), ranks first in RBIs, home runs and ranks total bases (171).
Wood had 23 games with at least two hits this season and 24 games with at least two RBI, including three games when he had seven RBIs. He had a 16-game hitting streak, his longest of the season, to go with a 14-game run.
Wood was one of semifinalists for the D2 Baseball News Tino Martinez Award, presented annually to the most outstanding player at the NCAA Division II level. He finished his senior season winning the Josh Willingham Award bestowed to the MVP in Division II and earned a berth on the Central All-Region First Team.
Wood played for Fredericton Royals and coach John Hickey and New Brunswick 17u Selects program under coach Mark Noel before moving on to play for coach Todd Hubka at the Prairie Baseball Academy.
Clarke batted .388 with 13 doubles, four triples, 18 homers and 58 RBIs in 58 games. He reached at a .460 clips and slugged .738 for an OPS of 1.198. His 18 homers tied with Billy Germaine for fourth among Canadians.
In total, Clarke had 23 multi-hit games, with three four-hit games facing Grayson, Murray State and Rose State; seven three-hit games against Southwest Christian (twice), Paris, Indian Hills, LSU Eunice, Independence and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and 23 two-hit games against Paris, Independence, Cowley County Tigers, Redlands, Carl Albert State, Murray State, Arkansas Baptist Buffs, Rose State (twice), Seminole State, Connors State (twice) and MCC-Maple Woods.
Clarke, who played for Adam Stern’s Great Lake Canadians, was named to the all-tournament team as Eastern edged Connors State 7-6 and beat Connors 20-6 in the NJCAA Region II tourney final. Clarke hit a two-homer going 2-for-3 with four RBIs in the final.
DH _ Matt Lloyd (Calgary, Alta.) Iowa Western Reivers.
Lloyd helped the Reivers to the Alpine Bank JUCO World Series at Grand Junction, Col. Lloyd started on the mound and pitched 6 2/3 innings allowing three runs -- two earned -- as Iowa Western scored three in the bottom of the ninth for a 4-3 win against the Sante Fe Saints before 6,927 fans at Sam Suplizio Field. Lloyd singled and knocked in a run.
Hitting third Lloyd singled and knocked in a run in an 8-0 win against Chattahoochee Valley Pirates. Then, Iowa Western lost 14-4 to San Jacinto Gators and was eliminated with a 7-3 loss to Yavapai Roughriders, the eventual champs.
On the season Lloyd hit .371 with 13 doubles, three triples, nine homers and 59 RBIs in 63 games. He had an on-base mark of .432 to go with his .592 slugging mark for an OPS of 1.024. Lloyd sat out the spring of 2015 after undergoing Tommy John surgery. He had hit .409 with seven home runs and 42 RBIs with the Okotoks Dawgs, earned midget player of the year honourss for coach Allan Cox and was with Team Canada, when it won bronze in Mexico in 2014. He played for coach Marc Rardin.
Left-hander _ Dylan Thorp (North Vancouver BC) Monterrey Peninsula Lobos.
Thorp earned in the California Community College Baseball Coaches Association pitcher of the week honourss pitching a 2-1 win against Canada College, allowing two hits and a run while striking out seven. He also picked up a save in an 11th inning 6-4 win against Hartnell College, striking out all three batters he faced.
Thorp was a two-time first team Coast Pacific Conference selection. He earned all-league honours in 2016 as a starting pitcher and in 2015 as a reliever.
Thorp went 9-8 overall with a 3.19 ERA and 95 strikeouts in 127 innings pitched, while allowing just 34 walks over his two seasons at MPC.
He has transferred to the Bellevue Bruins coming off their most successful season since 1997, finishing third at the Avista-NAIA World Series with a 54-12 overall record winning the league’s regular-season and tournament titles.
The former North Shore Twins, coached by John Haar and Brooks McNiven, has committed to the Bellevue Bruins.
Right-hander _ Curtis Taylor (Port Coquitlam, BC) UBC Thunderbirds.
Taylor also earned a spot on the NAIA West all-star team after going 9-4 with a 1.86 ERA in 15 starts. Holding opponents to a .201 batting average he walked 22 and struck out 113 in 91 2/3 innings. He was second among Canadians in strikeouts, tied for third in wins and sixth in ERA.
He registered wins over Corban (4 2/3 scoreless), CSU San Bernardino (two runs in six innings), Simpson (zero earned runs in five innings), Corban (a complete-game three-hitter as he allowed one run in nine innings), Oregon Tech (zero earned runs in seven innings), Simpson (one run in six innings), Corban (one run in nine innings), Idaho (six scoreless), Oregon Tech four runs in seven innings).
Taylor, who earned Canadian Baseball Network First Team honourss in 2015, pitched for the Coquitlam Reds and coaches Bill Green and Shawn Bowman.
Reliever _ Tyler Gillies (London, Ont.) UBC Thunderbirds.
Gillies joined Webb and Taylor on the NAIA West all-conference team along with RHP Connor Noble (Vancouver, BC). Gillies was 3-1 with six saves and a 1.26 ERA in 21 appearances, holding opposing hitters to a .173 average he walked seven and fanned 32 in 35 2/3 innings. He had the second lowest ERA and the third most saves among Canucks
He recorded saves against Corban, The Master’s, Cal State LA, Simpson, College of Idaho and Oregon Tech. Gillies did not allow a run until his 10th outing of the season. In 21 outings he had 16 scoreless outings, allowing only five earned runs and 22 hits in 35 2/3 innings.
Gillies played for legendary London Badgers coach Mike Lumley.
Catcher _ Tyler Hardie (Georgetown, Ont.) Odessa Wranglers.
The former Arkansas State Red Wolf, hit .370 with 11 doubles, a triple and six homers, while knocking in 51 runs appearing in 47 games for the Wranglers. Hardie had an .466 on-base mark and slugged .582 for a 1.048 OPS.
He had 18 multi-hit games, led by a 4-for-4 day against the Frank Phillips Plainsmen, including four three-hit games facing Baton Rouge Bears in his first game, El Paso Tejanos and New Mexico Military Broncos (twice) and 13 two-hit games against the Navarro Bulldogs, Cisco Wranglers (twice), Seward County Saints (twice), Midland Chaparrals (three), NMMI, New Mexico Thunderbirds, Frank Phillips (twice), Western Texas Westerners and the Howard Hawks.
A product of the historic Georgetown Fairgrounds, he played for Shawn Travers with the Ontario Blue Jays.
First base _ Alex Bishop (Calgary, Alta.) Texas at Tyler Patriots.
Bishop finished the season with 22 doubles, three triples, six home runs and drove in 53 runs. A left-handed hitter, Bishop hit .407 and owned a .524 on-base percentage with a team-leading 36 walks and was hit 13 times.
Bishop started all 51 games for the Patriots and was one of the most productive hitters in the nation at the NCAA Div. III level earning ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Div. III All-West Region second-team honourss. He also earned an all-region selection from the conference.
Bishop played for coach Joe Sergent with the Calgary Redbirds and Bryan Allen with the Jr. Dinos before moving off to play for coach Les McTavish with the Vauxhall Jets.
Second base _ Jared Young (Prince George, BC) Connors State Cowboys.
Young was 12th in the nation with 95 hits in 57 games and a .480 average, which is quite the pace. Young had 15 doubles, a triple, 11 homers and 54 RBIs. The owner of a .563 on-base mark, he slugged .732 for a 1.295 OPS. His average led all Canucks.
He had 31 multi-hit games, led by a pair of five-hit games: 5-for-5 game against the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norse and a 5-for-6 facing Eastern Oklahoma State Mountaineers.
Young also had a four-hit games Arkansas Baptist Buffs, plus seven three-hit games facing Richland RubberDucks, Ellsworth Panthers, Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles, Rose State Raiders, Eastern Oklahoma State, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (twice) and 21 two-hit games against Bacone Warriors, Arkansas Baptist (twice), Jefferson Vikings (twice), Southwest Christian Lions (twice), MCC-Maple Woods Monarchs, Ellsworth (twice), Coffeyville Red Ravens, Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys, Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa Mavericks, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Rose State (twice), Seminole State Trojans (twice), Eastern Oklahoma State, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and Northern Oklahoma-Enid Jets.
Young played for Evan Baily and the Okanagan Athletics in the BC Premier League, along with Prince George Knights for coaches Randy Potskin, Dean Kazakoff and Troy Waldie
Third base _ J.D. Osborne (Whitby, Ont.) Tampa Spartans.
Osborne earned a spot on the NCAA Div. II ABCA/Rawlings South All-Region Second Team as an infielder, as the utility man led the Spartans in the power department hitting a team-best 13 home runs.
He hit .363 with 17 doubles, one triple, 13 homers and 59 RBIs in 43 contests, while compiling an on-base mark of .418 and slugging .668.
Osborne, who played for Ryan McBride with the Toronto Mets and Clare Osborne, former Oshawa Legionnaires, Little Britain Pirate, Ottawa-Nepean Canadian and Kingston Ponies RHP, earned Canadian Baseball Network Honourable Mention honourss in 2014 and again in 2015 at Polk State.
Shortstop _ Daniel Pinero (Toronto, Ont.,) Virginia Cavaliers.
Pinero started 194 of UVA’s 197 games over a three-year span, including 59 of 60 last spring. After a slow start -- 3-for-26 (.115) in his first seven games, he hit .371 (69-for-186). Pinero hit a team-best .414 (29-for-70) over last 18 games.
He led the Cavs with 20 doubles which was ninth in the ACC. His best stretch came against the William & Mary Pride and Monmouth Hawks as he went 10-for-17 with six RBIs in four games as well as a series against Miami, when he went 4-for-10 with two RBIs and a homer.
His play earned him a berth on the ACC All-Tournament Team as he was 5-for-11 with four RBIs and he was named to NCAA Charlottesville Regional All-Tournament Team after going 5-for-12 with five runs. Selected in ninth round by the Detroit Tigers, he signed.
Pinero, who played for coach Dan Bleiwas and the Ontario Blue Jays, was awarded with Canadian Baseball Network 2014 Second Team honours and First Team in 2015.
Outfielders _ Francis Desilets (Montreal, Que.) Clarendon Bullogs, Philippe Berthiaume (Lac St-Charles, Que.) Seminole State Trojans and Mitchell Robinson (Surrey, BC) Central Arizona Vaqueros.
Desilets earned All-WJCAC First Team honourss. He hit .445 with 24 doubles, a triple, five homers and 65 RBIs in 54 games. He had a .504 on-base mark, while slugging .640 for an OPS of 1.144. His .445 mark tied with Louis-Phillippe Pelletier as fourth best among Canadians, while the two were even with 65 RBIs for fifth spot.
The outfielder-first baseman had a total of 27 multi-hit games. He had five four-hit games taking on the Odessa Wranglers, Frank Phillips Plainsmen, El Paso Tejanos and the Western Texas Westerners (twice),
In all, he had six three-game outings against North Central Texas Lions, Frank Phillips (twice), Howard Hawks, Luna Rough Riders, El Paso and Western Texas, plus 16 two-hit games facing Vernon Chaparral, Seward County Saints (twice), Howard (three), Midland Chaparrals (three), New Mexico Thunderbirds, Frank Phillips, Odessa, New Mexico Military Broncos (three) and Luna.
Desilets played for Lafleche College Dragons, Les Estacades and coach Alexandre Beland, Aigles de Trois-Rivières and coach Jean-Philippe Lemay before heading south.
Berthiaume was part of Seminole’s French Connection which combined to amass 269 hits: Louis-Philippe Pelletier( Montreal, Que.) had 102, Abraham Toro-Hernandez (Greenfield Park, Que.) with 90 and Berthiaume with 77.
He had 15 doubles, a triple, 10 homers and 43 RBIs in 54 games with a .459 on-base mark as he slugged .617 for an OPS of 1.076. As a freshman in 2015, Berthiaume batted .360 with 12 doubles, four triples and six homers and earned Conference Tournament MVP honourss.
Berthiaume, who played for the ABC, Monarchs of Lévis, Castors de Charlesbourg and coach Jean-Nicolas Blanchet, earned Canadian Baseball Network honourable Mention in 2015.
Robinson batted .374 with 12 doubles, two triples, nine homers and 62 RBIs in 57 games for the Vaqueros. He had a .434 on-base mark, a .593 slugging mark for an OPS of 1.027. He was 4-for-6 stealing bases. Robinson was seventh among Canucks with 62 RBIs.
After spending his freshman year at Florida International, he had 16 multi-hit games as a Vaquero. He put in the books a four hit game against Eastern Arizona Gila Monsters, four three hit outings against Paradise Valley Pumas, Eastern Arizona, GateWay Geckos and Thompson Rivers Wolf Pack and then 11 two-hit games against Phoenix Bears (twice), GateWay (twice), Chandler-Gilbert Coyotes, Eastern Utah Golden Eagles, Yavapai Roughriders, Seminole State Trojans, Glendale Vaqueros, Pima Aztecs and South Mountain Cougars.
Robinson played for coaches Doug Mathieson and Jamie Bodolay with the Langley Blaze and has transferred to UBC.
DH _ Christopher Acosta-Tapia (Laval, Que.) Western Oklahoma State Pioneers.
Acosta-Tapia batted .364 with eight doubles, two triples, five homers and 29 RBI in 43 games for the Pioneers seeing time at DH and in the outfield. His on-base average was .537 and he had a slugging mark of .670 for an OPS of 1.107.
For the Pioneers he had 10 multi-hit games with two three-knock games hitting against the Coffeyville Red Ravens and Hillsdale Baptist Saints, plus eight two-hit outings facing North Central Texas Lions (twice), Coffeyville, Cowley County Tigers (twice), Wayland Baptist Pioneers, Scottsdale Artichokes and Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa Mavericks.
He went deep twice against Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa, North Central Texas, Cowley County and Hesston Larks.
Acosta-Tapia, who played for the ABC, the Guerriers de Granby and coach Mathieu Rochefort, earned Canadian Baseball Network Honourable Mention honourss in 2015.
The second team featured five players each BC, four from Ontario, two from Quebec and one from Alberta.
Left-hander (tie) _ Ben Onyshko (Winnipeg, Man.) Stetson Hatters and Chris Sauve-Gebhardt (Mascouche, Que.) Bryan Lions.
Onyshko made 15 appearances -- seven starts -- going 2-1 with a 4.26 ERA. He struck out 42 pitching 38 innings. Had a season-high eight strikeouts on three hits in five scoreless against New Jersey Tech. He allowed a run on six hits with seven Ks against Jacksonville. He also pitched 5 1/3 innings allowing two runs -- one earned -- with four strikeouts against USC Upstate.
The Ottawa native, who pitched for the Vauxhall Academy Jets for coach Les McTavish earned a berth on the Academic All-Atlantic Sun Team.
Sauve-Gebhardt went 6-3 with a 3.88 ERA appearing in 10 games and making nine starts. He walked only 12 and fanned 55 in 58 innings. He held opponents to a .271 batting average.
He scored wins over the Rio Grande with six scoreless, Cornerstone -- allowing five runs in 6 1/3 innings, nine scoreless against Truett-McConnell pitching nine scoreless, Bluefield giving up two runs in six innings, St. Andrews, nine scoreless and the Milligan Buffaloes as he allowed one run in eight innings, while striking out nine batters.
Suave-Gebhart pitched at the ABC and with Royal de Repentigny for coach Danny Prata).
Right-hander _ Christian Lindsay-Young (Hamburg, NY) Niagara County Thunderwolves.
Born in Oakville and living in Hamburg, NY, Lindsay-Young was an impressive 9-0, with a 1.20 ERA in 10 starts with four complete games. He was dominant with 79 strikeouts in 52 2/3 innings, allowing 27 hits and only seven runs. His ERA was lowest among Canucks and he was tied for third in wins.
Lindsay-Young scored wins over Onondaga (two), Rowan College, SUNY Adirondack, SUNY Broome, Erie, Jamestown, Minnesota State Tech and Macomb. He knocked off the No. 1 ranked Rowan (eight innings, one unearned run, 11 strikeouts) at NJCAA Div. III World Series at Kinston, NC. On the season he had 10 strikeout games against Rowan, Onondaga, SUNY Broome and Minnesota State Tech.
He came out of the chute throwing 94 mph on the Thunderwolves spring trip and was selected in the 23rd round by Oakland Athletics scout Matt Higginson.
Reliever _ Bobby St. Pierre (Windsor, Ont.) Madonna Crusaders.
St. Pierre helped Madonna win 23 consecutive games to reach the NAIA Opening Round in Santa Barbara, Calif. losing to the College of Idaho and The Master’s Mustangs. They were Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference regular season and tournament championships in the same season for only the third time in program history (2006 & 2008).
St. Pierre earned second team honourss with a WHAC-leading 13 saves which ranked first all-time in a single season in MU baseball history. He was named to the All-Academic team and earned a spot among the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes along with teammates Ryan Freemantle (Georgetown, Ont.) Levi Larmour (Oakville, Ont.) and Adam Prashad (Mississauga, Ont.). St. Pierre walked seven and fanned 23 with a 1.31 ERA collecting his 13 saves in 22 games. He walked seven and fanned 23 in 20 2/3 innings, holding opponents to a .171 batting average. His saves were second highest by Canadians and he had the third lowest ERA.
St. Pierre, who pitched for Team Ontario and coach Murray Marshall, earned Canadian Baseball Network Third Team honourss in 2015.
Catcher _ Tyson Troscinski (Hanmer, Ont.) Dakota County Technical Blue Knights.
Troscinski hit .452 with 12 doubles, a triple, three homers and 34 RBIs in 38 games. He had an on-base mark of .488 and slugged .652 for a 1.140 OPS. His average of .452 was third highest among Canucks behind Jared Young of Connors State and Winnipeg’s Drake Pilat.
He had 16 multi-hit games, including four three-hit games facing Phoenix Bears, Dakota Lumberjacks, Southeast BlackHawks and North Iowa Area Trojans and 11 two-hit games against GateWay Geckos, Lake Region State, Century, Dawson, St. Thomas, Dakota, North Iowa Area (twice), Bethel University (twice) and Southeast.
A grad of Valley East and Sudbury ball diamonds with Jean-Gilles Larocque, Troscinski played for Team Ontario and coach Jason Booth.
First base _ J.T. Patterson (Calgary, Alta.) Northeastern Plainsmen.
Patterson hit .361 with nine doubles, one triple, 12 homers and 44 RBIs in 46 games. He had an on-base mark of .454 while slugging .688 for a 1.142 OPS.
He had 15 multi-hit games which included a four-hit performances facing the Seward County Saints, three three-hit games against the Seward County, Scottsdale and Otero; and 11 two-hit outings playing McCook, Williston State, SSC, Cochise, Otero, Miles (three times), Lamar, and Trinidad State (twice).
Playing for coaches Allen Cox and Jeff Duda, Patterson is a grad of the Okotoks Dawgs Academy.
Second base _ Nolan Rattai (Medicine Hat, Alta.) Midland Chaparrals.
Rattai hit .417 with 17 doubles, three triples, four homers and 34 RBIs in 60 games. Ratti was on base a lot -- with a .526 on-base mark, slugging .579 for a 1.105 OPS. Rattai earned All-WJCAC First Team honourss. His .417 average was the seventh highest among Canucks.
He was 5-for-5 stealing bases and had 28 multi-hit games led by a 5-for-5 game and a four-hit game against the Clarendon Bulldogs. He also had six three hit games against the Howard Hawks, New Mexico Thunderbirds, Western Texas Westerners (twice), Odessa Wranglers and the Cisco Wranglers and 20 two-hit outings facing Colby Trojans (twice), Seward County Saints, Weatherford Coyotes, Clarendon (three), Western Texas, Frank Phillips Plainsmen (twice), Howard (twice), Luna Roughriders (twice), Odessa, El Paso Tejanoos, New Mexico Military Broncos (three) and Grayson County Vikings.
Rattai played for coach Les McTavish and the Vauxhall Academy Jets.
Third base _ Philippe Langlois (Victoriaville, Que.) Muscatine Cardinals and Mitch Holgate (Windsor, Ont.) West Alabama Tigers.
Langlois played two years at Muscatine before transferring to Niagara. This past spring he led Muscatine with a .355 batting average, 14 doubles, 38 RBIs, a .497 on-base percentage, a .559 slugging percentage and 55 games played. He also had one triple and a 1.038 OPS.
He earned ICCAC Second Team All-Conference selection in both 2015 and 2016 and was also an ICCAC First Team All-Academic honoursee. Langlois was selected to Team Quebec for the 2016 Summer Senior Nationals.
A former member of Guerriers de Granby, he played for coach Mathieu Rochefort.
Holgate has been named to the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings Division II All-South Region First Team. Also a first-team All-Gulf South Conference and American Baseball Writers Association All-South Region selection, Holgate batted .368 with 11 home runs, 16 doubles, five triples and 40 RBIs. He finished the 2016 with a .674 slugging percentage, a .446 on-base mark and a 1.120 OPS.
He led the Tigers with 22 multiple hit games and was second on the club with 11 multiple RBI games. He drove in four runs in four separate games and stole 21 bases in 25 attempts, second in the GSC.
Holgate, who played for Richard Solomon with the Windsor Selects and Al Bernacchi with the Windsor Juniors, earned Canadian Baseball Network First Team honourss in 2014 as DH and Canadian Baseball Network Second Team honourss in 2015.
Shortstop _ Connor Lewis (Brampton, Ont.) Monroe Tribunes.
Lewis hit .374 for the Tribunes with 12 doubles, seven homers and 54 RBIs in only 49 games. He had an on-base mark of .441, slugged .563 and owned an OPS of 1.004. He was 29-for-31 stealing bases.
After playing in the spring of 2014, Lewis took a semester off before returning to Monroe. For this school year he headed to Tennessee Wesleyan.
Lewis played for Team Ontario and coach Jason Booth.
Outfielders _ Jacob Robson (Windsor, Ont.) Mississippi State Bulldogs; Jordan Schulz (Strasbourg, Sask.) Minot State Bison and Chris Thibideau (Dartmouth, N.S.) North Florida Ospreys.
A team captain in the spring Robson was NCAA D1 113th-Best Player in college ball and Perfect Game’s 100th-Best Junior in college ball. He was chosen in the eighth round by the Detroit Tigers. He hit .321 with six doubles, four triples, a homer and 24 RBIs, while scoring 49 runs in 50 games. Robson’s on-base mark was .403 as he slugged .413 and had an .816 OPS. He was 18-for-20 on the base paths.
He had 16 multi-hit games led by a four-hit games against the Georgia Bulldogs, with seven three-hit games against Florida Atlantic Owls, Nicholls State Colonels, Eastern Kentucky Colonels, Mississippi Valley State Dirt Devils, Southern Miss Golden Eagles, Arkansas Razorbacks and Louisiana Tech Bulldogs and seven two-hit games playing UMass Lowell River Hawks, Oregon Ducks (twice), Georgia, Ole Miss Rebels, Missouri Tigers and Auburn Tigers,
Robson, played for Chris Soulliere’s Windsor Selects and Danny Bleiwas’ Ontario Blue Jays, earning Canadian Baseball Network Second Team honourss in 2015.
Schulz was named to All-NSIC Second Team after hitting .385 with 11 doubles, two triples, nine homers and 46 RBIs in 45 games. He had a .487 on-base mark, slugged .654 and had an OPS of 1.141. He ranked fourth in NSIC in walks (29), eighth in on-base percentage, ninth in stolen bases (11), 11th in average (.385), 13th in RBIs, 14th in runs scored (48), 15th in slugging, 17th in home runs and 20th in total bases (102). He also earned NSIC All-Academic team honourss.
Over the course of the season he had 18 multi-hit games. His best was a 4-for-5 game against Saint Martin’s Saints, five three-hits games against Hastings Broncos, Upper Iowa Peacocks, Bemidji State Beavers, Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagles and St. Cloud State Huskies, plus 12 two-hit outings facing College of Idaho Coyotes (three), Saint Martin’s (twice), Northern State Wolves, Antelope Valley Marauders, Upper Iowa (twice), Wayne State Wildcats, Mary Marauders and Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs.
Schulz, who played for coach Dave Peters and the Regina A’s, helped Saskatchewan to a silver medal at the 2011 Canada Cup. Saskatchewan lost to Ontario on a play at the plate in the last inning.
Thibideau earned Atlantic Sun Conference First Team All-Conference honourss as well as making the Academic Honours Roll. He earned Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week after he went 7-for-12 with two home runs and six RBIs in a three-game series against Florida Gulf Coast and conference player of the week in May.
Starting 53 of the 54 games in centre, he hit .355 with 13 doubles, two triples, eight homers and 32 RBIs in 54 games. He had an on-base mark of .402 as he slugged .561 for a .963 OPS. He reached base in 21-straight games, the third longest on the team. His slugging mark was fifth in the ASUN and he was 12-for-13 in stolen base attempts, ranking him in the top 10 in the ASUN. In conference play he hit .426 (26-for-61) -- third highest -- with four homers and nine stolen bases against ASUN opponents.
Thibideau hit a walk-off two-run home run in the bottom of the 11th inning against North Carolina-Wilmington as he went 4-for-5 with a homer, two doubles and run scored.
Thibideau, who spent three years playing for coach Les McTavish’s Vauxhall Academy Jets and was named 2013 Jet of the Year, earned Canadian Baseball Network First Team honourss both in 2014 and 2015.
DH _ Dakota DeFreitas (Port Perry, Ont.) John Wood Blazers.
On the spring trip to Myrtle Beach, DeFreitas sat the entire trip as John Wood failed to file eligibility paperwork in timely fashion since he was a medical red-shirt who suffered season-ending injuries early in 2015.
He hit .349 with 14 doubles, two triples, four homers and 40 RBIs in 47 games. With an on-base mark of .436, he slugged .555 for a 1.091 OPS.
DeFreitas had 16 multi-hit games as he managed three three-hit outings against the Lincoln Land Loggers, Lewis & Clark Pioneers and Spoon River Snappers, plus 13 two-hit efforts playing Lincoln Land, Quincy Hawks (four), Lewis & Clark (twice), Hannibal-LaGrange Trojans, Spoon River, Lincoln Lions, Danville Area Jaquars (twice) and Illinois Central Cougars.
DeFreitas hit a solo homer against Quincy, a two-run homer facing Lincoln Land, knocked in five runs in a doubleheader sweep over Lincoln, knocked in six against Spoon River capped by a two-run single and a three-run homer.
DeFreitas, who played for Team Ontario and coach Jason Booth. earned NJCAA Academic All-American honourss and Academic All-Conference Honourss.
The third team featured seven players from Ontario, two each from Alberta and Quebec, plus one apiece from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia.
Left-handers _ Brad Smith (North Vancouver, BC) UBC, Ben Donnell (Oakville, Ont.) Globe Institute Tech and Adam Jafine (Toronto, Ont.) Charleston,
Voting (first-place votes in brackets): Blanchette (51), 255, Thorp 92, Onyshko 25, Sauve-Gebhardt 25, Smith 20, Donnell 17, Jafine 17. .
(One other received less than five points.)
Right-handers _ Phil Graham (St. Chrysostome, Que.) MidAmerica Nazarene, Braeden Bouchey (White Rock, BC) Louisiana-Monroe, Matt Lloyd (Calgary, Alta.) Iowa Western, Connor Noble (Vancouver, BC) UBC, Jake Shaw, (Grand Bay-Westfield, N.B.) Northern Kentucky and Zack Pop (Brampton, Ont.) Kentucky. .
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ Webb (40) 211, Taylor (2) 98, Lindsay-Young (2) 62, Graham (3) 23, Bouchey (3) 21, Lloyd 14, Noble 9, Shaw 8, Pop (1) 5. .
(Five others received less than five points.)
Relievers _ Dalton Harvey (Cambridge, Ont.) Dodge City, Kenton Schroeter (Nanaimo BC) Angelo State, C.J. Lewington (Calgary Alta.) Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Nathan Borges (Brooklin, Ont.) Northeastern, Jeremy Newton (Toronto, Ont.) UBC and Jake Marks (Sarnia) Maine.
Voting (first-place votes in brackets): _ Remillard (39) 215, Gillies (6) 94) St. Pierre (1) 68, Harvey (2) 14, Schroeter 13, Lewington (1) 9, Borges (1) 8, Newton (1), Marks 6. .
(Seven others received less than five points.)
Catcher _ Tyler Wiwchar (Winnipeg, Man.) Jamestown, Jake Sims (Guelph, Ont.) Roane State, Travis Steinke (Red Deer, Alta.) Arkansas at Monticello, Ramon Valdez (Chestermere, Alta.) Barry, J.P. Rousseau (Blainville, Que.) Lubbock Christian, Zack Sardellitti (Maple, Ont.) Davenport and Hayden Jaco (Coquitlam, BC) Vernon.
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ Wacker (20) 126, Hardie (5) 67, Troscinski (8) 62, Wiwchar (5) 56, Sims (5) 34, Steinke (2) 29, Valdez (2) 29, Rousseau (3) 19, Sardellitti 16, Jaco (1) 8. .
(Five others received less than five points.)
First base _ John Lantigua (Quebec City, Que.) Western Oklahoma State, Drake Pilat (Winnipeg, Man.) Winnipeg, Carter Sherban (Abbotsford, BC) Southwest Baptist, Trevor Wiersma (Vancouver. BC) Concord, Connor Fitzgerald (Carleton Place, Ont.) Jamestown.
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ Germaine (26) 160, Bishop (19) 139, Patterson (5) 90, Lantigua (1) 14, Pilat 12, Sherban 11, Wiersma 10, Fitzgerald 6. ,
(Five others received five points of less.)
Second base _ Jake Lumley (Windsor, Ont.) Canisius, Brian Granton (Calgary, Alta.) Colby. .
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ Glaude (22) 179, Young (21) 171, Rattai (7) 69, Lumley (1) 33, Granton 5. .
(One other received less than five points.)
Third Base _ Mitch McGeein (Calgary, Alta.) Eastern Michigan, Carter McEachern (Thunder Bay, Ont) Trinity.
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ Toro-Hernandez (47) 245, Osborne (4) 129, Langlois 51, Holgate 51, McGeein 25, McEachern 21.
(Two others received five points or less)
Shortstop _ Bryce Dimitroff (Burlington, Ont.) Connors State, Tanner Morache (Surrey, BC) Dixie State, Evan Comeau (Waverley, NS) Arkansas at Monticello.
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ LeBlanc (27) 182, Pinero (14) 119, Lewis (1) 63, Dimitroff (6) 50, Morache (2) 9, Comeau (1) 8.
(Two others received less than five points.)
Outfielders _ Bruce Yari (Waterloo, Ont.) UBC, Nathan Ackerman (Langley, BC) Wayne State, Garrett Ferguson (Brampton, Ont.) Freed-Hardeman, Austen Swift (Etobicoke, Ont.) Blinn, Chandler Robertson (Ancaster, Ont.) Murray State, Liam Goodall (Nanaimo, BC) Embry-Riddle, Garrett Kirkwood (Calgary, Alta.) Colby, Kyle Blackwell (Waterdown, Ont.) Crowder, Tristan Pompey (Milton, Ont.) Kentucky, Raphael Gladu (Trois-Rivieres, Que.) Louisiana Tech, Justin Graff-Rowe (Waterloo, Ont.) Seward County, Daniel Szpik (Toronto, Ont.) Florida Tech, Max Wood (Vancouver, BC) San Jacinto, Connor Bowie (Ancaster, Ont.) Mount Aloysius, Toby Handley (Whitby, Ont.) Stony Brook and Zach Diewert (Chemainus, BC) Polk State.
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ Pelletier (42) 221, Corey Wood (36) 199, Clarke (26) 160, Desilets (9) 97, Berthiaume (4) 73, Robinson (5) 68, Robson (8) 58, Schulz (2) 53, Thibideau (4) 49, Yari (4) 46, Ackerman 36, Ferguson 34, Swift 34, Robertson (2) 33, Goodall (3) 27, G. Kirkwood 25, Blackwell (2) 21, Pompey (2) 19, Gladu (2) 18, Graff-Rowe 17, Szpik (2) 16, Max Wood 16, Bowie 15, Handley 11, Diewert 7.
(Eight others received five points or less.)
DH _ Liam Wilson (Ayr, Ont.) Canisius, Jake Forgrave (Toronto, Ont.) Garrett, Kyle McDonald (Mississauga, Ont.) Crowder, Zarley Cina (Kitchener, Ont.) Niagara County, Evan Rogers (North Delta, BC) Dakota County Tech and Roman Testani (Woodbridge, Ont.) Mobile.
Voting (first-place votes in brackets) _ Lloyd (14) 114, Acosta-Tapia (15) 98, Defreitas (7) 66, Wilson (9) 62, Forgrave (2) 43, McDonald 31, Cina (2) 28, Rogers (1) 7, Testani (1) 7.
(One other received five points or less.)