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CIS Basketball: Venzal Russell Takes Home 2011-12 BasketballBuzz OUA West POY Award

2011-12 BasketballBuzz OUA West All-Conference All-Stars & Awards Winners.

2011-2012 OUA West Men’s Basketball Major Award Winners

Player of the Year: Venzal Russell – Lakehead Thunderwolves
Rookie of the Year: Adam Presutti – McMaster Marauders
Defensive Player of the Year: Greg Carter – Lakehead Thunderwolves
West Coach of the Year: Scott Morrison – Lakehead Thunderwolves

First-Team All-Stars

G Enrico DiLoreto – Windsor Lancers
G Venzal Russell – Lakehead Thunderwolves
F Maxwell Allin – Laurier Golden Hawks
F Kale Harrison – Laurier Golden Hawks
F Lien Phillip – Windsor Lancers

Second-Team All-Stars

G Josh Collins – Windsor Lancers
G Ryan Barbeau – Western Mustangs
G Victor Raso – McMaster Mauraders
F Cam Michaud – McMaster Mauraders
F Yoosrie Salhia – Lakehead Thunderwolves

Third-Team All-Stars

G Kareem Malcolm – Guelph Gryphons
G Cam McIntyre – Waterloo Warriors
F Dan McCarthy – Guelph Gryphons
F Ryan Thompson – Lakehead Thunderwolves
F Matthew Buckley – Laurier Golden Hawks

All-Freshmen Team

G Adam Presutti – McMaster Marauders
G Aaron Redpath – McMaster Marauders
G William Coulthard – Laurier Golden Hawks
F Rotimi Osuntola Jr – Windsor Lancers
F Nathan McCarthy – McMaster Marauders

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