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For the second straight season, University of Saskatchewan men's soccer striker Brett Levis has been named a CIS All-Canadian.

The third-year was named a CIS Second Team All-Canadian at the CIS men's soccer awards banquet in Fredericton, New Brunswick Wednesday night. It is the fifth straight season a Huskie has been named to an All-Canadian team.

Levis, an Arts & Science student from Saskatoon, led the Huskies in scoring tallying seven goals and one assist. He started in all 15 matches for the Huskies, taking a conference leading 4.60 shots per match.

Levis led the Huskies to a CIS Championship appearance for the first time in history tallying an overtime goal to secure a 2-1 win over the Victoria Vikes in the conference semifinal last weekend. The Huskies, who finished first in the Canada West Prairie Division, are mapping a historical season, earning a postseason spot for the third time in four seasons, as well as setting a program-best in wins and points after an 8-5-2 record.

Joe Johnson Memorial Trophy (player of the year): Alex Braletic, Ryerson
Lou Bilek Award (rookie of the year): Jonathan Lao, York
Student-Athlete Community Service Award: Nathan Rogers, Dalhousie
Coach of the year: Mike Mosher, UBC
First Team
Pos.      Athlete             University        Year     Hometown                   Faculty            
G         Elliot Mitrou                Victoria            5          Victoria, B.C.               Social Sciences
D         Jawad Guizaoui           UQAM             5          Casablanca, Morocco Administration
D         Paul Clerc                    UBC                4          Coquitlam, B.C.           Kinesiology
D         Maxime Laurey           Montreal          4          St-Germain-en-Laye, France  Administration
M         Reynold Stewart          UBC                5          Delta, B.C.                   Arts
M         Diego Padilha              UNB                1          Maceio, Brazil             Electrical Engineering
M         Jonathan Lao               York                1          Unionville, Ont.           Liberal Arts
M         Joey Kewin                  Carleton           5          London, Ont.               Commerce
M         Sandro Rajkovic          Cape Breton     3          Hamilton, Ont.             Business Administration
S          Alex Braletic                Ryerson           5          Thornhill, Ont.             Engineering
S          Ian Greedy                   Cape Breton     4          Lower Sackville, N.S.  Business Administration
Second Team
G         Sotiri Varlokostas        York                5          Toronto, Ont.               Political Science
D         Casey D’Mello             York                4          Mississauga, Ont.         Kinesiology & HS
D         Andrew Ravenhill        Victoria            5          Victoria, B.C.               Humanities
D         Pawel Gorski               Saint Mary’s    3          Halifax, N.S.                Arts
D         Nafi Dicko-Raynauld  Laval               4          Montreal, Que.             Mechanical Engineering
M         Alexandre Haddad       Montreal          3          Montreal, Que.             Administration
M         Randy Ribeiro             StFX                3          Cambridge, Ont.          Human Kinetics
M         Brett Levis                   Saskatchewan  3          Saskatoon, Sask.          Arts & Science
S          Bezick Evraire             Dalhousie        3          Ottawa, Ont.                Arts
S          Patrice Dion                 Laval               3          Quebec City, Que.       Business Administration
S          Mark-Anthony Kaye    York                2          Toronto, Ont.               Liberal Arts

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