HOME
The Info List - U Sports


--- Advertisement ---



U Sports
U Sports
is the national sport governing body of university sport in Canada, comprising the majority of degree-granting universities in the country. Its equivalent body for organized sports at colleges in Canada is the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association
Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association
(CCAA). Some institutions are members of both bodies for different sports. The name until October 20, 2016, was Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) in English and Sport interuniversitaire canadien (SIC) in French.[1] On that date, the organization rebranded as "U Sports" in both languages. The original Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) Central was founded in 1906 and existed until 1955, composed only of universities from Ontario
Ontario
and Quebec. With the collapse of the CIAU Central in the mid-1950s, calls for a new, national governing body for university sport accelerated. Once the Royal Military College of Canada became a degree granting institution, Major W.J. (Danny) McLeod, athletic director at the RMC directed the establishment of the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU) in 1961.[2][3] Major McLeod ran the CIAU from his office at RMC as the first CIAU Secretary-Treasurer. In the 1960s the CIAU functioned as a voluntary, autonomous, educational sport organization which represented by the various universities from coast to coast. In 1978, the CIAU changed its name to the Canadian Interuniversity Athletics Union.[2] It changed its name to Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) in June 2001 due to growing misconceptions about the name of the organization since the term "athletic" was associated with track and field and "union" with labour movements. According to the organization, the name change to "U Sports" came about in part due to a desire for a brand that was "instantly recognizable and identical in both French and English."[1] The rebrand was accompanied by a new approach to presentation of Canadian University sports, its teams, and its players. The new, singular logo and name came with a new website to better present stories taking place throughout the athletics programs U Sports
U Sports
governs, bolstered by a new approach to social media.

Contents

1 Sanctioned sports 2 2016 rebrand 3 Athletic funding 4 Championships

4.1 Fall sports

4.1.1 Week 1 4.1.2 Week 2 4.1.3 Week 3 4.1.4 Week 4

4.2 Winter sports

4.2.1 Week 1 4.2.2 Week 3 4.2.3 Week 4 4.2.4 Week 5

5 Members 6 Basketball 7 Football 8 Men's ice hockey 9 Women's ice hockey 10 Men's soccer 11 Women's soccer 12 Men's Volleyball 13 Women's Volleyball 14 See also 15 Notes and references 16 External links

Sanctioned sports[edit] Source:[4]

Men's Women's

Basketball

Cross Country

Curling

Field hockey

Football

Ice hockey

Rugby union

Soccer

Swimming

Track & Field

Volleyball

Wrestling

2016 rebrand[edit] On October 20, 2016, CIS announced that it would be changing its name to U Sports, accompanied by a new logo and approach to Canadian University sports. The name was chosen in part to better represent Canada as a bilingual nation with a united name as opposed to separate acronyms. The new name and look are also intended to increase the marketability of Canadian University sports through a more marketable presentation.[5] Signifying a major shift in the presentation of Canadian University sports, U Sports
U Sports
aims to better engage with Canadian sports fans and present the athletes it governs. To do so, U Sports
U Sports
aims to promote the stories of its key athletes through a new approach to social media as well as a new website in order to "create a massive change in the way Canadians see university sports in the digital era".[6] Athletic funding[edit] The U Sports
U Sports
member institutions offer athletic scholarships known as Athletic Financial Awards (AFA); subject to minimum academic requirements. The AFA's are capped and may not exceed the value of the tuition and compulsory fees for the student-athlete. Universities also may provide additional non-athletic awards including academic scholarships and needs-based grants for athletes in addition to this cap, provided the additional awards do not include athletic criteria. In 2008/2009 one in two U Sports
U Sports
athletes was receiving an athletic scholarship.[7] Increasingly, U Sports
U Sports
schools are offering booster-support programs, where alumni, parents and/or corporations can donate money to a targeted fund especially designed to off-set a student-athlete's tuition and living costs. The University of Windsor
University of Windsor
has an Adopt-A-Lancer program,[8] for example. U Sports
U Sports
has no regulations regarding how much each school can provide to teams through private support. The Université Laval's Rouge et Or football team, winner of seven the last 12 Vanier Cups, is so successful with fund raising, the team trains in Florida
Florida
during the spring.[9] Canadian Hockey League
Canadian Hockey League
teams offer financial support for their graduates – who attend school within two years of playing major junior – who choose to play for a U Sports
U Sports
school after graduating from major junior hockey. Hockey players who play in the CHL are ineligible for NCAA
NCAA
athletic scholarships, although many attend a CHL training camp. However, they can only stay a maximum of 48 hours and can not dress in any games. Championships[edit] Source:[10]

Fall sports[edit] Week 1 is the 9th Saturday following Labour Day Monday Week 1[edit]

U Sports
U Sports
women's field hockey championship U Sports
U Sports
women's rugby championship

Week 2[edit]

U Sports men's soccer championship U Sports women's soccer championship U Sports
U Sports
men's cross country championship U Sports
U Sports
women's cross country championship

Week 3[edit]

U Sports
U Sports
men's football semi-final U Sports
U Sports
men's football semi-final

Week 4[edit]

U Sports
U Sports
men's football championship

Winter sports[edit] Week 1 is the 25th Saturday following Labour Day Monday Week 1[edit]

U Sports
U Sports
men's swimming championship U Sports
U Sports
women's swimming championship U Sports
U Sports
men's wrestling championship U Sports
U Sports
women's wrestling championship

Week 3[edit]

U Sports
U Sports
men's basketball championship U Sports
U Sports
women's basketball championship U Sports
U Sports
men's track and field championship U Sports
U Sports
women's track and field championship

Week 4[edit]

U Sports men's ice hockey
U Sports men's ice hockey
championship U Sports women's ice hockey
U Sports women's ice hockey
championship U Sports
U Sports
men's volleyball championship U Sports
U Sports
women's volleyball championship

Week 5[edit]

U Sports
U Sports
men's curling championship U Sports
U Sports
women's curling championship

Members[edit] There are 56 member universities in U Sports.[11] These 56 member universities are currently organized into the four following regional associations. In some of these sports, these associations are sometimes referred to as conferences.

Atlantic University Sport
Atlantic University Sport
(AUS) Canada West Universities Athletic Association
Canada West Universities Athletic Association
(CW) Ontario
Ontario
University Athletics (OUA) Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ)

Institution Nickname City Province Founded Affiliation Enrollment Endowment Membership

University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Vancouver BC 1908 Public 43,579 $1.16B CWUAA

Trinity Western University Spartans Langley BC 1962 Private-Christian 2,700 --- CWUAA

University of Victoria Vikes Victoria BC 1903 Public 19,500 $348M CWUAA

University of the Fraser Valley Cascades Abbotsford BC 1974 Public 21,500 --- CWUAA

University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves Prince George BC 1990 Public 4,183 --- CWUAA

Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Kamloops BC 1970 Public 13,072 --- CWUAA

University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
Okanagan Heat Kelowna BC 2005 Public 6,015 --- CWUAA

University of Alberta Golden Bears/Pandas Edmonton AB 1908 Public 36,435 $1.0B CWUAA

University of Calgary Dinos Calgary AB 1966 Public 28,196 $568M CWUAA

MacEwan University Griffins Edmonton AB 1971 Public 13,889 --- CWUAA

Mount Royal University Cougars Calgary AB 1910 Public 14,175 --- CWUAA

University of Saskatchewan Huskies Saskatoon SK 1907 Public 19,082 $247M CWUAA

University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Lethbridge AB 1967 Public 8,765 $24.5M CWUAA

Brandon University Bobcats Brandon MB 1890 Public 3383 --- CWUAA

University of Regina Rams, Cougars Regina SK 1911 Public 12,800 $25.9M CWUAA

University of Winnipeg Wesmen Winnipeg MB 1871 Public 9,219 --- CWUAA

University of Manitoba Bisons Winnipeg MB 1877 Public 27,599 $424M CWUAA

Carleton University Ravens Ottawa ON 1942 Public 25,262 $190M OUA

University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Ottawa ON 1848 Public 35,548 $201M OUA

University of Toronto Varsity Blues Toronto ON 1827 Public 56,383[12] $1.66B OUA

Ryerson University Rams Toronto ON 1948 Public 24,000 $118M OUA

Queen's University Golden Gaels Kingston ON 1841 Public 20,566 $722M OUA

York University Lions Toronto ON 1959 Public 42,400 $373M OUA

Laurentian University Voyageurs Sudbury ON 1960 Public 7758 $36M OUA

Algoma University Thunderbirds Sault Ste. Marie ON 1964 Public 1427 --- OUA

Royal Military College of Canada Paladins Kingston ON 1876 Public 900[13] [a] OUA

Trent University Excalibur Peterborough ON 1964 Public 7160 $43M OUA

Nipissing University Lakers North Bay ON 1909 Public 6300 $11M OUA

University of Ontario
Ontario
Institute of Technology Ridgebacks Oshawa ON 2003 Public 5000 --- OUA

University of Western Ontario Mustangs London ON 1878 Public 30,000 $685M OUA

University of Windsor Lancers Windsor ON 1857 Public 13,496 $70M OUA

McMaster University Marauders Hamilton ON 1887 Public 25,688 $553M OUA

University of Guelph Gryphons Guelph ON 1964 Public 19,408 $264M OUA

University of Waterloo Warriors Waterloo ON 1957 Public 27,978 $282M OUA

Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks Waterloo ON 1911 Public 12,394 --- OUA

Brock University Badgers St. Catharines ON 1964 Public 17,000[14] $74M OUA

Lakehead University Thunderwolves Thunder Bay ON 1946 Public 8050 $32.1M OUA

Concordia University Stingers Montreal QC 1896 Public 38,809 $54.4M RSEQ

Université Laval Rouge-et-Or Quebec
Quebec
City QC 1663 Public 37,591 $105.3M RSEQ

Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins Montreal QC 1969 Public 39,235 --- RSEQ

McGill University Redmen, Martlets Montreal QC 1821 Public 32,514 $1.32B RSEQ

Bishop's University Gaiters Sherbrooke QC 1843 Public 1817 --- RSEQ[b]

Université de Montréal Carabins Montreal QC 1878 Public 55,540 $276M RSEQ

Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes Trois-Rivières QC 1969 Public 10,000 --- RSEQ

Université de Sherbrooke Vert-et-Or Sherbrooke QC 1954 Public 35,000 --- RSEQ

Acadia University Axemen, Axewomen Wolfville NS 1838 Public 3000 $40M AUS

Cape Breton University Capers Sydney NS 2005 Public 3500 $6.1M AUS

Dalhousie University Tigers Halifax NS 1818 Public 15,520 $478M AUS

Memorial University of Newfoundland Sea-Hawks St. John's NL 1925 Public 17,000+ $69M AUS

Mount Allison University Mounties Sackville NB 1839 Public 2200 $82.8M AUS

Université de Moncton Aigles Bleu Moncton NB 1864 Public 4187 --- AUS

University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds Fredericton NB 1785 Public 9000 --- AUS

University of Prince Edward Island Panthers Charlottetown PEI 1969 Public 4000 --- AUS

Saint Mary's University Huskies Halifax NS 1802 Public 8800 $16.9M AUS

St. Francis Xavier University X-Men, X-Women Antigonish NS 1853 Public 4894 $59.4M AUS

St. Thomas University Tommies Fredericton NB 1910 Public 2633 --- AUS

Notes

^ Federal ethics rules prohibit RMC from maintaining an endowment. ^ As of 2017, Bishop's plays football in AUS.

Basketball[edit] As of the 2017-2018 U Sports
U Sports
season, 47 of the 56 member institutions have both men's and women's basketball teams. In sports with heavy university participation, like basketball, some of the conferences have had divisions. The OUA previously had four divisions from 2014-15 to 2016-17, but reduced them back to two for the 2017-18 season.[15] Canada West had two divisions, but reverted to a one conference format for the 2016-17 season.[16] The U Sports
U Sports
men's and women's basketball teams are organized in the following way:

Vikes Thunderbirds Spartans Cascades Timberwolves WolfPack Heat Griffins Golden Bears/Pandas Dinos Cougars Pronghorns Huskies Cougars Bobcats Wesmen Bisons Thunderwolves Lancers Mustangs Gryphons Golden Hawks Warriors Marauders Badgers Lions Blues Rams Thunderbirds Voyageurs Lakers Gaels Gee-Gees Ravens Citadins Redmen/Martlets Stingers Rouge et Or Gaiters Varsity Reds Panthers Axe(wo)men Tigers Huskies X-(Wo)Men Capers Sea-Hawks

Football[edit] Main article: U Sports
U Sports
Football 27 of the 56 member schools participated in the 2017 U Sports
U Sports
football season. The U Sports football
U Sports football
teams are organized in the following way:

Thunderbirds Golden Bears Dinos Huskies Rams Bisons Lancers Mustangs Gryphons Golden Hawks Warriors Marauders Lions Blues Gaels Gee-Gees Ravens Stingers Redmen Carabins Rouge et Or Gaiters Vert et Or Mounties Axemen Huskies X-Men

As of the 2017–18 academic year, the two U Sports
U Sports
members in Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke
compete in separate leagues in football only. Bishop's football moved from RSEQ to AUS, and Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke
remains in RSEQ football. Men's ice hockey[edit] Main article: U Sports
U Sports
Men's Ice Hockey 35 of the 56 member schools participated in the 2017-18 Men's Ice Hockey season. Women's ice hockey[edit] Main article: U Sports
U Sports
Women's Ice Hockey 33 of the 56 member schools participated in the 2017-18 Women's Ice Hockey season. Men's soccer[edit] Main article: U Sports
U Sports
Men's Soccer 48 of the 56 member schools participated in the 2017 Men's Soccer season. U Sports
U Sports
has been a stepping stone for some national team players like Pat Onstad. Women's soccer[edit] Main article: U Sports
U Sports
Women's Soccer 53 of the 56 member schools participated in the 2017 Women's Soccer season. Men's Volleyball[edit] 32 of the 56 member schools participated in the 2017-18 Men's Volleyball
Volleyball
season. After Memorial disbanded their team, two teams compete in the AUS with three competing in the RSEQ, so those conferences play interlock games as has been the case since 2004.[17] 13 teams compete in Canada West and another 14 compete in the OUA, which is split between an East and a West division. Women's Volleyball[edit] 39 of the 56 member schools participated in the 2017-18 Women's Volleyball
Volleyball
season. Six teams compete in the AUS and six in the RSEQ. Another 14 compete in the OUA, split between an East and a West division. The Canada West conference is the only one to have matching women's and men's teams among its participating schools with 13 women's volleyball teams. St. Francis Xavier and Cape Breton previously had programs, but they were cut due to budgetary reasons in 2013 and 2015, respectively.[18][19] See also[edit]

Sport in Canada portal

List of universities in Canada List of colleges in Canada Athletics Canada Canada Basketball College basketball Canadian Soccer Association U Sports
U Sports
men's soccer U Sports
U Sports
women's soccer College soccer Football Canada U Sports
U Sports
football College football Hockey Canada U Sports
U Sports
women's ice hockey College hockey Royal Canadian Golf Association Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association International University Sports Federation Universiade

Notes and references[edit]

^ a b "Introducing U Sports" (Press release). U Sports. October 20, 2016. Archived from the original on December 20, 2016. Retrieved December 12, 2016.  ^ a b Knowles 2000, p. 72. ^ History of CIS Archived January 30, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. ^ CIS English Archived March 6, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.. English.cis-sic.ca (July 15, 2013). Retrieved on 2013-07-24. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on February 2, 2017. Retrieved January 27, 2017.  ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on August 24, 2017. Retrieved September 17, 2017.  ^ CIS English Archived September 28, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.. English.cis-sic.ca. Retrieved on July 24, 2013. ^ Lancer Sports News. University of Windsor
University of Windsor
(website). "Lancer Football Introduces Touchdown Club" Archived February 12, 2006, at the Wayback Machine. accessed April 9, 2007 ^ CBC News. Laval's team was profiled during their training camp in Florida. Broadcast before Vanier Cup
Vanier Cup
2006. ^ U Sports
U Sports
Championship Calendar ^ CIS Membership list Archived June 15, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on December 2, 2012. Retrieved September 17, 2017.  ^ Profile of Royal Military College of Canada
Royal Military College of Canada
– Ontario, Universities in Canada Archived September 25, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.. Canadian-universities.net. Retrieved on July 24, 2013. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on May 15, 2007. Retrieved April 24, 2009.  ^ 2017-18 OUA Men’s Basketball Schedule Released ^ Canada West approves basketball format change beginning with 2016-17 season ^ Dalhousie and UNB men’s volleyball teams to compete in two-team AUS league for 2017-18 transitional season ^ St. FX ending women’s volleyball program to cut costs Archived March 8, 2017, at the Wayback Machine. ^ CBU to discontinue women's volleyball program Archived March 8, 2017, at the Wayback Machine.

Knowles, Steve (2000), "Canadian University Hockey", in Diamond, Dan, Total Hockey (Second ed.), pp. 69–78, ISBN 1-892129-85-X 

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to U Sports.

Official website

v t e

Atlantic University Sport

Full members

Acadia Axemen/Axewomen CBU Capers Dalhousie Tigers Memorial Sea-Hawks Mount Allison Mounties Moncton
Moncton
Aigles Bleus UNB Varsity Reds UPEI Panthers Saint Mary's Huskies St. Francis Xavier X-Men/X-Women St. Thomas Tommies

Football-only member

Bishop's Gaiters

See also

U Sports U Sports
U Sports
football U Sports
U Sports
men's ice hockey U Sports
U Sports
women's ice hockey U Sports
U Sports
men's soccer U Sports
U Sports
women's soccer Bronze Baby

v t e

Canada West Universities Athletic Association

Members

Alberta
Alberta
Golden Bears/Pandas Brandon Bobcats UBC Thunderbirds UBC Okanagan Heat Calgary
Calgary
Dinos Fraser Valley Cascades Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Pronghorns Manitoba
Manitoba
Bisons Mount Royal Cougars UNBC Timberwolves Regina Cougars/Rams Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Huskies Thompson Rivers WolfPack Trinity Western Spartans Victoria Vikes Winnipeg
Winnipeg
Wesmen

See also

U Sports U Sports
U Sports
football U Sports
U Sports
women's ice hockey U Sports
U Sports
men's soccer U Sports
U Sports
women's soccer U Sports
U Sports
women's basketball championship

v t e

Ontario
Ontario
University Athletics

Members

Brock Badgers Carleton Ravens Guelph
Guelph
Gryphons Lakehead Thunderwolves Laurentian Voyageurs McMaster Marauders Nipissing Lakers Ottawa
Ottawa
Gee-Gees Queen's Golden Gaels RMC Paladins Ryerson Rams Toronto
Toronto
Varsity Blues Trent Excalibur UOIT Ridgebacks Waterloo Warriors Western Ontario
Ontario
Mustangs Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Windsor Lancers York Lions

See also

U Sports U Sports
U Sports
football U Sports
U Sports
women's ice hockey U Sports
U Sports
men's soccer U Sports
U Sports
women's soccer U Sports
U Sports
men's basketball championship U Sports
U Sports
women's basketball championship

v t e

Quebec
Quebec
Student Sport Federation

Members

Bishop's Gaiters Concordia Stingers Laval Rouge et Or McGill Redmen
McGill Redmen
and Martlets Montreal
Montreal
Carabins Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke
Vert et Or UQAM Citadins UQTR Patriotes

See also

U Sports U Sports
U Sports
football U Sports
U Sports
women's ice hockey U Sports
U Sports
men's soccer U Sports
U Sports
women's soccer Bronze Baby

v t e

U Sports
U Sports
football

AUS

Acadia Axemen Bishop's Gaiters Mount Allison Mounties Saint Mary's Huskies St. Francis Xavier X-Men

Canada West

Alberta
Alberta
Golden Bears Calgary
Calgary
Dinos Manitoba
Manitoba
Bisons Regina Rams Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Huskies UBC Thunderbirds

OUA

Carleton Ravens Guelph
Guelph
Gryphons McMaster Marauders Ottawa
Ottawa
Gee-Gees Queen's Gaels Toronto
Toronto
Varsity Blues Waterloo Warriors Western Mustangs Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Windsor Lancers York Lions

RSEQ

Concordia Stingers Laval Rouge et Or McGill Redmen Montreal
Montreal
Carabins Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke
Vert et Or

Championships

Vanier Cup Mitchell Bowl Uteck Bowl Hardy Trophy Yates Cup Dunsmore Cup Jewett Trophy

Awards

Hec Crighton Trophy J. P. Metras Trophy Presidents' Trophy Peter Gorman Trophy Russ Jackson Award Frank Tindall Trophy

All-Canadian Teams

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Seasons

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Other

East West Bowl Panda Game Shrum Bowl Northern 8

v t e

U Sports
U Sports
men's ice hockey

Atlantic University Sport

Acadia Axemen Dalhousie Tigers Moncton
Moncton
Aigles Bleus St. Francis Xavier X-Men Saint Mary's Huskies UNB Varsity Reds UPEI Panthers

Canada West

Alberta
Alberta
Golden Bears Calgary
Calgary
Dinos Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Pronghorns Manitoba
Manitoba
Bisons Mount Royal Cougars Regina Cougars Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Huskies UBC Thunderbirds

Ontario
Ontario
University Athletics

West

Brock Badgers Guelph
Guelph
Gryphons Lakehead Thunderwolves Ryerson Rams Toronto
Toronto
Varsity Blues Waterloo Warriors Western Mustangs Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Windsor Lancers York Lions

East

Carleton Ravens Concordia Stingers Laurentian Voyageurs McGill Redmen Nipissing Lakers Ottawa
Ottawa
Gee-Gees Queen's Golden Gaels RMS Paladins UOIT Rigebacks UQTR Patriotes

Championships

David Johnston University Cup Queen's Cup Canada West University Hockey Awards

David Johnston University Cup

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

v t e

U Sports
U Sports
women's ice hockey

Atlantic University Sport

Dalhousie Tigers Moncton
Moncton
Aigles Bleues Mount Allison Mounties Saint Mary's Huskies St. Thomas Tommies St. Francis Xavier X-Women UPEI Panthers

Canada West

Alberta
Alberta
Pandas Calgary
Calgary
Dinos Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Pronghorns Manitoba
Manitoba
Bisons Mount Royal Cougars Regina Cougars Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Huskies UBC Thunderbirds

Ontario
Ontario
University Athletics

Brock Badgers Guelph
Guelph
Gryphons Laurentian Voyageurs Laurier Golden Hawks Nipissing Lakers Queen's Golden Gaels Ryerson Rams Toronto
Toronto
Varsity Blues UOIT Rigebacks Waterloo Warriors Western Mustangs Windsor Lancers York Lions

Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec

Carleton Ravens Concordia Stingers McGill Martlets Montreal
Montreal
Carabins Ottawa
Ottawa
Gee-Gees

Championships

U Sports women's ice hockey
U Sports women's ice hockey
championship 2012 Championship

Seasons

2006–07 2009–10 2011–12

v t e

U Sports
U Sports
men's soccer

AUS

Acadia Axemen CBU Capers Dalhousie Tigers Memorial Sea-Hawks Moncton
Moncton
Aigles Bleu Mount Allison Mounties UNB Varsity Reds UPEI Panthers Saint Mary's Huskies St. Francis Xavier X-Men

Canada West

Pacific

UBC Thunderbirds UBC Okanagan Heat Fraser Valley Cascades UNBC Timberwolves Thompson Rivers WolfPack Trinity Western Spartans Victoria Vikes

Prairie

Alberta
Alberta
Golden Bears Calgary
Calgary
Dinos Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Pronghorns MacEwan Griffins Mount Royal Cougars Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Huskies Winnipeg Wesmen
Winnipeg Wesmen
(suspended play for 2017)

OUA

West

Algoma Thunderbirds Brock Badgers Guelph
Guelph
Gryphons McMaster Marauders Waterloo Warriors Western Ontario
Ontario
Mustangs Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Windsor Lancers York Lions

East

Carleton Ravens Laurentian Voyageurs Nipissing Lakers UOIT Ridgebacks Queen's Golden Gaels RMC Paladins Ryerson Rams Toronto
Toronto
Varsity Blues Trent Excalibur

RSEQ

Concordia Stingers Laval Rouge et Or McGill Redmen Montreal
Montreal
Carabins Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke
Vert et Or UQAM Citadins UQTR Patriotes

Championships

U Sports men's soccer championship

Championship seasons

2006 2007 2008

Awards

Joe Johnson Memorial Trophy U Sports men's soccer championship MVP

v t e

U Sports
U Sports
women's soccer

AUS

Acadia Axewomen CBU Capers Dalhousie Tigers Memorial Sea-Hawks Moncton
Moncton
Aigles Bleues Mount Allison Mounties UNB Varsity Reds UPEI Panthers Saint Mary's Huskies St. Francis Xavier X-Women

Canada West

West

Alberta
Alberta
Pandas UBC Thunderbirds UBC Okanagan Heat Fraser Valley Cascades UNBC Timberwolves Thompson Rivers WolfPack Trinity Western Spartans Victoria Vikes

East

Calgary
Calgary
Dinos Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Pronghorns MacEwan Griffins Manitoba
Manitoba
Bisons Mount Royal Cougars Regina Cougars Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Huskies Winnipeg
Winnipeg
Wesmen

OUA

West

Algoma Thunderbirds Brock Badgers Guelph
Guelph
Gryphons McMaster Marauders Waterloo Warriors Western Ontario
Ontario
Mustangs Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Windsor Lancers York Lions

East

Carleton Ravens Laurentian Voyageurs Nipissing Lakers UOIT Ridgebacks Queen's Golden Gaels RMC Paladins Ryerson Rams Toronto
Toronto
Varsity Blues Trent Excalibur

RSEQ

Bishop's Gaiters Concordia Stingers Laval Rouge et Or McGill Martlets Montreal
Montreal
Carabins Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke
Vert et Or UQAM Citadins UQTR Patriotes

Championships

U Sports
U Sports
women's s

.