The Fanshawe Falcons’ men’s cross-country running team received Jostens rings to commemorate their golden performance at the 2014 CCAA Cross-Country Running National Championship; it was their third CCAA title in four years.
The ring presentation took place at Fanshawe’s 47th Annual Athletic Awards Ceremony.
The men’s team was led by Clint Smith, who claimed individual CCAA silver and his fourth Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) individual medal in as many years.
Running with Smith for the men’s team title was Josh Lumani, Daniel Bright, Luke Deighan, Sean Coleshill and Matt Barnett. Other members of the men’s team included Josh Heuving, Kyle Golovchenko and Michael Donkers. The team’s coaching staff consists of Head Coach John Loney, Assistant Coach Ron Becht, and Associate Coaches Ashley Vandervecht and Nancy Delorey.
Over the past five seasons, the men’s cross-country running team has been the best in the province, setting an OCAA record by winning the OCAA championship for five consecutive years.
The CCAA is a national sport organization that enriches the lives of student-athletes through intercollegiate competition.
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