Offensive Player of the Week
Name: Sabastian Robinson
University: Acadia University
Hometown: Saskatoon, Sask.
Year of eligibility: Fourth
Academic program: BBA
Height and weight: 5’10”, 180lbs
Receiver Sabastian Robinson of the Acadia Axemen is the Atlantic University Sport football offensive player of the week for the week ending Sept. 13, 2015.
A fourth-year business student from Saskatoon, Sask., Robinson had four receptions for 72 yards, including two touchdowns, in Acadia’s 31-15 victory this past Saturday over the StFX X-Men in Wolfville, N.S.
Defensive Player of the Week
Name: Christian Plante
University: Mount Allison University
Position: Defensive lineman
Hometown: Dartmouth, N.S.
Year of eligibility: Fifth
Academic program: BCM
Height and weight: 6’2, 295lbs
Defensive lineman Christian Plante of the CIS No. 8-ranked Mount Allison Mounties is the Atlantic University Sport football defensive player of the week.
A fifth-year commerce student from Dartmouth, N.S., Plante had 7.5 tackles (seven solo and one assisted) in Mount Allison’s 38-6 win over the Saint Mary’s Huskies in HalifaxFriday night. These included two tackles for loss of six total yards, one of which was a sack for a loss of three yards.
The Mounties defence held the Huskies to just 44 yards rushing and 196 total yards in the win.
Special Teams Player of the Week
Name: Ryan Lambert
University: Mount Allison Mounties
Hometown: Grimsby, Ont.
Year of eligibility: Second
Academic program: BA Environmental Studies
Height and weight: 5’9”, 170lbs
Kicker Ryan Lambert of the Mount Allison Mounties is the Atlantic University Sport football special teams player of the week.
A second-year environmental studies student from Grimsby, Ont., Lambert tied the Mounties all-time record for field goals in a game, making good on five of seven attempts in Mount Allison’s 38-6 victory over Saint Mary’s. The longest of these was for 42 yards.
Lambert was three-for-three on extra-point kicks, posting 18 total points in the win. His stats also included four kickoffs for 196 yards, averaging 49.0 yards per kickoff.