Subway Atlantic University Sport Athletes of the Week

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November 5, 2013 (ISN) – These are the Subway Atlantic University Sport Athletes of the Week ending Nov. 3, 2013.


1Allison Bell-Davies-2013

Name: Allison Bell-Davies

University: Cape Breton University

Sport: Women’s Soccer

Position: Defender

Hometown: Pickering, Ont.

Year of eligibility: Fourth

Academic program: BA community studies

Height: 6’0″

Allison Bell-Davies of the 2013 AUS champion Cape Breton Capers women’s soccer team is the Subway Atlantic University Sport female Athlete of the Week for the week ending Nov. 3, 2013.

A fifth-year community studies student in her fourth year of eligibility from Pickering, Ont., Bell-Davies anchored the Capers’ back line in two shutout victories this past weekend en route to winning the Subway AUS women’s soccer championship hosted by Mount Allison University.

Cape Breton earned a 1-0 semi-final win over the UPEI Panthers Saturday and a 3-0 victory over the Acadia Axewomen in Sunday’s championship final to secure the AUS banner.

Bell-Davies’ back line kept the Panthers to just five shots on goal, and Acadia to just one through the duration of the game. She earned the AUS championship MVP award for her efforts in addition to being named to the AUS second team all-star squad earlier in the week.

Previously, Bell-Davies was named an AUS second team all-star in 2011 and a first team all-star in 2012.

With the win, the Capers claim not only the conference title, but the lone AUS berth in the CIS women’s soccer championship this weekend at the University of Toronto.


1Yassin Shehab El Din-2013

Name: Yassin Shehab El Din

University: University of New Brunswick

Sport: Men’s Soccer

Position: Fullback

Hometown: Cairo, Egypt

Year of eligibility: Fourth

Academic program: BBA

Height: 6’2

Yassin Shehab El Din of the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds men’s soccer team is the Subway Atlantic University Sport male Athlete of the Week for the week ending Nov. 3, 2013.

A fourth-year business student from Cairo, Egypt, El Din was named the MVP of this past weekend’s Subway AUS men’s soccer championship.

In semifinal action on Saturday versus the defending AUS champion Cape Breton Capers, El Din scored the game-winning goal late in the match to earn the Varsity Reds a 1-0 win and a trip to Sunday’s championship final

El Din scored UNB’s second goal in Sunday’s final against the host Saint Mary’s Huskies. The V-Reds would ultimately earn a 3-0 victory and the AUS championship banner.

Both the V-Reds and the Huskies advance to this weekend’s CIS men’s soccer championship which will be hosted by the University of New Brunswick Nov. 7-10.

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