ETOBICOKE, ON: After an incredible season, Marcos Nunes joined Humber Hall of Famers Luigi Della Rovere and Andrew DaSilva as the only Humber Hawks to win the CCAA National Player of the Year award. After scoring nine goals in ten games, Nunes became the first Hawk to lead the conference in scoring in over a decade.
The Humber College Department of Athletics, Recreation and Leisure Education is proud and excited to announce their partnership with the LGBTQ+ Resource Centre to help further establish Humber as an all-inclusive institution.
FORT MCMURRAY, AB: Familiar foes will take to the pitch on Thursday afternoon, with the winner advancing directly to the CCAA Men’s Soccer National Championship game on Saturday. The Humber Hawks and Algonquin Thunder played for OCAA provincial gold two weeks ago in Ancaster, with the Hawks winning by a score of 4-0.
ANCASTER, ON: The Humber Hawks left no doubt that they are the number one team in the province and the top rated club in the country, as they rolled to the OCAA gold medal by way of a 4-0 whitewashing of the Algonquin Thunder on Saturday afternoon. The Hawks finished the tournament 3-0, scoring 14 goals and surrendering just a single marker.
With the victory, Humber will have the opportunity to defend its national crown of a year ago, as they advance to the CCAA National Championships in Fort MacMurray, Alberta. The Hawks have won three of the last four CCAA titles.
It was all Hawks on this day. As mentioned above, they outscored Algonquin 4-0, but they also controlled the ball, outshot and out-chanced the Ottawa club.
OCAA Player of the Year Marcos Nunes opened the scoring in the first half by way of a penalty kick that carried into the bottom left of the net. Patrick Majcher extended the lead to 2-0 at the half.
These same two players scored again in the second half, in the same order as the first.
Karman Singh stayed perfect on the weekend by not allowing a goal, and was credited with the win.
Julian Mullen was named the Humber Hawks Player of the Game.
It was no surprise when the post-championship awards were handed out. Karman Singh and Marcos Nunes were named Championship All Stars, while Patrick Majcher was honoured as the MVP.
ANCASTER, ON: The Humber Hawks and George Brown Huskies will meet yet again this season, tonight at 5:00 pm in Ancaster, with the winner advancing to the OCAA Gold Medal game and earning a spot in the CCAA National Championship.
ANCASTER, ON: The Humber Hawks, by way of their 4-0 OCAA Semi Final win over the George Brown Huskies on Friday evening, have advanced to the gold medal game on Saturday afternoon. The game will be a rematch of last year’s OCAA title game, with the Hawks will facing the Algonquin Thunder. Last year it was the Hawks that took the OCAA crown.
ANCASTER, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s soccer team, 2015 CCAA National and OCAA Provincial champions, will take to the pitch in OCAA Quarter-Final playoff action on Thursday evening at Redeemer University College against the Mohawk Mountaineers. Kick-off is slated for 7:30 pm.
ANCASTER, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s soccer team were honoured in a big way for their efforts this season by taking home a number of individual league awards, led by striker Marcos Nunes being named the OCAA Player of the Year and All Canadian. The presentations took place at the OCAA Men’s Soccer breakfast banquet on Thursday morning, held at the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel.
ANCASTER, ON: Humber Hawks star striker Marcos Nunes was named the 2016 OCAA Player of the Year and All Canadian at a presentation that took place at the OCAA Men's Soccer Awards banquet on Thursday morning, held at the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel. He was also honoured as a Central Division All Star.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks men's soccer team completed their first perfect regular season since 2004, by way of a 4-1 win over the Seneca Sting on Tuesday night at Centennial Park stadium. They have had six undefeated years, but the 10-0-0 record is the first one in over 10 years that does not have a tie game associated with it.