2014 CCAA Men’s Soccer All-Canadians


2014 CCAA Men’s Soccer All-Canadians

Nov. 4, 2014 – The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2014 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 2014 CCAA Men’s Soccer National Championship at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario.

Here are the 2014 men’s soccer All-Canadians:

Victor Blasco


Blasco led the Mariners to a first-place PACWEST finish with a 10-2-3 record. He led the PACWEST with 10 goals and was named the Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year. He is a product of the Barcelona Academy, Cornelli and Mallorca under-20 reserve programs. Blasco has a great combination of pace and skill.

Spencer Deboice

Douglas Royals, PACWEST

In his rookie season, Deboice scored eight goals in 13 games to lead the Royals to a second-place finish in the PACWEST. His leadership on and off the field along with his playing ability are well beyond his age. Deboice creates many scoring opportunities with his crafty footwork and pin-point accuracy.

Bruno Zebie


In his first year at NAIT, Zebie became one of the youngest captains in team history. The ACAC Rookie of the Year led his team to a 7-1-2 record. He recently capped four times with the under-18 National team. Zebie also gives back to the community, coaching young kids at the grass roots level.

Stefan Cukovic

Lakeland Rustlers, ACAC

Cukovic led the Rustlers to a first-place finish in the ACAC’s South Division with a 7-1-2 record. He scored 14 goals in 10 games, including five game-winners. Cukovic was named the ACAC Player of the Year. He is a quiet leader for the Rustlers. In the off-season, he also assists with youth soccer camps.

David Velastegui

Sheridan Bruins, OCAA

Velastegui led the OCAA with a career-high nine goals. He scored or set up 25 of the league-high 39 goals scored by Sheridan during the regular season. Velastegui, the Bruins captain the last three seasons, leads by example on the field and is a vocal leader in the locker room and on the pitch.

Stephane Emard

Algonquin Thunder, OCAA

Emard led the Thunder to a perfect 7-0 record and the No. 1 ranking in the CCAA. As co-captain, the midfielder was a work horse for the Thunder, which allowed only two goals all season. Emard assisted on eight of his team’s 19 goals. He is a determined leaders who demands the best from his teammates.

Mamadi Camara

Champlain Saint-Lambert Cavaliers, RSEQ

Camara led the Cavaliers to the top of the RSEQ standings with a 7-1-2 record. The captain was named the RSEQ Player of the Year. Camara developed into a complete student-athlete this season. His imposing physique and athleticism, paired with his strong technical abilities, made him a force in the RSEQ.

Shadrack Mmunga

Élans de Garneau, RSEQ

In his first year at Garneau, Mmunga led the Élans to a 6-2-2 record in the RSEQ. He was named an All Star in the RSEQ. With his international experience, Mmunga was a great influence on the tactical aspect of the game. He is appreciated by his teammates and a coach’s dream player.

Ibrahimoi Sanoh

Holland Hurricanes, ACAA

In his first year at Holland, Sanoh led the Hurricanes to a first-place finish in the ACAA with an 11-0-1 record. He led the CCAA in scoring with 26 goals in 12 games. Sanoh is a committed student-athlete and a true gentleman and ambassador of the beautiful game. He is an unselfish teammate and a true team player.

Fredrick Agbozo

Crandall Chargers, ACAA

Agbozo finished second in ACAA league scoring, leading the Chargers to the playoffs in only their second season. He was named Athlete of the Month at Crandall for September. Agbozo, a centre defender, took his game and leadership to the next level in his second season.

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Scott Harrigan
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