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Annual Report

Seawolves 2019–20

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Celebrating achievements

Over the 2019-20 season, the Seawolves proved hard work and resilience reap rewards.


  • Kathryn Magee named UNB Saint John’s valedictorian. With countless achievements, Kathryn effectively balanced success in the classroom, competitiveness on the court and volunteerism.
  • Dayna Alexander and Logan Perry were named CCAA Academic All-Canadians. These individuals were among the top performers in their sport to receive Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) All-Conference Awards and achieve dean’s list status.
  • Coach David Vicente was named the ACAA coach of the year in both men’s and women’s soccer. Alex Allison was men’s soccer ACAA Player of the Year and named CCAA All-Canadian for being one of the top players in the country.
  • Seawolves student athletes Justin Leslie, Dayna Alexander, Alex Allison, Kathryn Magee, Luke Watson and Montanna Meyer received the Graduating Student Leadership award. This award recognizes students in their final year of studies who have made outstanding voluntary and extracurricular contributions to the campus, their academic program, and the university community.
  • 19 CCAA National Scholars were announced in September 2019:
    • Abby Christopher
    • Alexander Allison
    • Dayna Alexander
    • Emilie Diesbourg
    • Hanna Grossman
    • Harold Oh
    • Hunter Gray
    • Jack Fury-Miller
    • Jacob Glaspy
    • Jayme Glaspy
    • Kaitlin Sears
    • Karlee Duval
    • Kathryn Magee
    • Lexi Hawryluk
    • Logan Perry
    • Luke Watson
    • Montanna Meyer
    • Samantha Gallan
    • Sophie Sharp