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AUS Profile 2022-23

City: Atlantic
Producer: Nathan Sizemore, Matthew Brown & Mark Hemmings
Genre: Sports

Stories of grit and determination, victory and defeat. Profiles of some of the most amazing student athletes in Atlantic University Sports.

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Episode 1 - Mia Cochrane

Mia Cochrane is a second year player on the Mount Allison women's soccer team. Cochrane’s goal is to pursue not just a post-secondary soccer career, but a career in aviation. She's currently balancing her life as a student-athlete with a Bachelor of Science in aviation, with the goal of flying large commercial aircrafts in the future.

Episode 2 - Dennis Robler

Dennis Robler is a second-year player on the Mount Allison Mounties football team. Not only is Dennis tracking to be a breakout player for Mount Allison, he is the lead academic mentor on the team, helping first year players navigate their classes and class selection and acting as a general academic support system for his teammates.

Episode 3 - Brinten Comeau

Brinten Comeau is a veteran on the UPEI women's rugby team who decided to return for a fifth year to win an AUS championship. Comeau's story is one of hard work and perseverance. She has led the Panthers from underdog status to top dog status as they aim to make history by winning the program's first even conference banner.

Episode 4 - Brett Speedy

After four years playing basketball with the Acadia Axeman, this year Brett Speedy is fulfilling his childhood dream of putting on a UNB REDS jersey. Speedy is playing his fifth and final year at home in Fredericton as he pursues post-graduate studies and will close his AUS career with his nearest and dearest.

Episode 5 - Haley McDonald

After playing four seasons with the Acadia Axewomen, Haley McDonald didn't get a chance at a fifth and final year with the team due to the pandemic. Instead, Haley decided to pursue professional basketball in Germany. Last year, she returned to Nova Scotia and is looking for a second chance to close out her University career.

Episode 6 - Elisabeth Morrison

Elisabeth Morrison is a member of the Acadia Axewomen swim team who spent her youth competing as a synchronized swimmer in New Brunswick and on the national stage at the Canada Games. At Acadia, she has made the transition from one pool sport to another, and has already found success while navigating unchartered waters.

Episode 7 - Caroline Pietroski

Caroline Pietroski is the rock steady captain and all-star goalie with the St. Thomas Tommies. Outside of hockey, she is a member of the student-athlete council and an active community volunteer, all the while completing her studies in Economics.

Episode 8 - Heidi and Katie Perry

The Memorial Sea-Hawks swim team has been in build-mode for the last number of years, going from just six swimmers to a full men's and women's team. Sisters Heidi and Katie Perry are two of those swimmers, following in the footsteps of both of their parents, who swam for the Sea-Hawks too.

Episode 9 - Aki Kobayashi

Aki Kobayashi is a shining light on the SMU Huskies women's basketball team. Originally from Japan, the third year guard tells the story of following her sport to the other side of the world.

Episode 10 - Joline Richard

Moncton's women's volleyball program is trying to reinvent itself thanks to the leadership, belief and compassion of new head coach Joline Richard. As a young mom and former standout player with Les Aigles Bleues, she is in her second year at the helm of the team and has big plans for the future.

Episode 11 - Kiyara Letlow

Toronto's Kiyara Letlow has only been playing basketball for six years, but she’s making waves with the Cape Breton Capers and across the country. In her first year in the AUS, she earned Rookie of the Year honours in the conference and U SPORTS. This year, she's looking to build on that and show her naysayers what she's made of.

Episode 12 - Noah Mascoll-Gomes

Noah Mascoll-Gomes has made a splash swimming for both Mount Allison University and Dalhousie. A standout athlete in the pool and winning consecutive AUS Men's Swimmer of the Year, he also represents his home country, Antigua, on the international stage. He swam at the Rio Olympics in 2016 and was the flag bearer for Antigua and Barbuda in the closing ceremonies.

Episode 13 - Liz Kennedy

Liz Kennedy holds down a busy schedule, as a third-year accounting student, a campus volunteer, a coach and the vice president of the STFX Women in Business Society. But it was the X-Women's basketball program that led her from British Columbia to Antigonish, and now loves the game now more than ever.

Episode 14 - Liam Hawell

After finding success in the CHL, last year STFX forward Liam Hawel kicked off his AUS career with a bang --- earning AUS Rookie of the Year and MVP awards, the national rookie of the year nod and leading the X-Men to a U SPORTS bronze medal. With a promising pro future ahead of him and a strong support system in his family, Hawel is juggling his pursuit of an education with his dominant role with the X-Men.

Episode 15 - Erin Denny

Humble role model Erin Denny is a Mi'kmaq woman from the Eskasoni First Nation and a second year forward with the Saint Mary's Huskies women's hockey team. Though early in her AUS career, Denny is already using her student-athlete status as an opportunity to give back and grow the sport she loves by working with Hockey Nova Scotia to run camps and jamborees for Indigenous girls across the region.

Episode 16 - Elijah Miller

Rexdale, Ontario's Elijah Miller took a risk on the UPEI Panthers as a rookie, heading to Prince Edward Island without a scholarship after his plans to play in Texas unexpectedly fell through. Four years later, he’s left an indelible mark on the Panthers’ men’s basketball team, going from AUS all-rookie in 2020 to a first team all-star and All-Canadian in 2022. In his last season with the team, he’s looking for redemption after barely missing out on a conference championship last year.

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