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ASSA Trophies

 

 

 

Rachor Trophy

This award is presented annually to the 15-17 female who accumulates the most points in her four individual events at the ASSA Provincial Championship Meet.

Note: Prior to 2011, this award was presented to the top Senior Female (17&O prior to 2010, 15&O in 2010)

This trophy, established in memory of Adolf Rachor, was donated by his daughter Gretel Rachor. Adolf, who supported and encouraged his daughter throughout her 14 years of swimming, passed away on May 4, 1991 after a one year struggle with cancer. The Rachor family would like to thank everyone who gave their support through the difficult times, and congratulate the recipients of this very special award.

 

Winners of this trophy include:

Rachor Trophy 

1991 - Susan Stacheruk

1992 - Barb Drolet

1993 - Korice Moir

1994 - Tanya Leatherdate

1995 - Nicole Paquette

1996 - Nicole Paquette

1997 - Nicole Paquette

1998 - Nicole Raimondi

1999 - Virginia Ackroyd

2000 - Melissa Nixon

2001 - Nicole VanderMulen

2002 - Ashley Kalk

2003 - Katie Law

2004 - Heather Schmidt

2005 - Kristy Gabruck

2006 - Christine Martin

2007 - Jaelyn Birch

2008 - Jessica Kelly

2009 - Morven Burch
        - Laura Affeld

2010 - Morgan Jamieson

2011 - Amirita Tipper

2012 - Keely Hopkins
        - Nicole Pecharsky

2013 - Andrea Tkach

2014 - Hayley Basterash

2015 - Kate Walsh

2016 - Lindy Justice
          Tassa Marchese
          Kate Walsh

 

 

ASSA Award of Excellence

This award is presented annually to the 15-17 male who accumulates the most points in his four individual events at the ASSA Provincial Championship Meet.

Note: Prior to 2011, this award was presented to the top Senior Male (15&O in 2010 and 17&O prior to 2010)

Formerly known as the Neil Saunders Memorial Award, the original trophy was presented annually by the Lloydminster Aquanauts Swim Team to the ASSA for the Boys Senior Aggregate Winner.  The award was established by then Aquanauts coach Bill Armstrong in memory of Neil Saunders, a member of the Aquanauts from 1970 to 1981, following a tragic accident that claimed his life.  Neil’s competitive spirit and athletic ability enabled him to consistently compete at the Provincial level where he excelled in Butterfly and as a member of the senior relay team. In 1995, at the request of the Saunders family, the Lloydminster Swim Club graciously agreed to retire the Neil Saunders Memorial Trophy and ASSA introduced the ASSA Awards of Excellence in its place.  The original trophy remains with the Saunders family.

 

Winners of this trophy include: 

ASSA Award of Excellence

1982 - Tim Stenslund

1983 - Terry Lynch

1984 - Janusz Kokoszewski

1985 - Terry Lynch

1986 - Darryl Bannan

1987 - Greg Birrel

1988 - Dan Watson

1989 - Dan Watson

1990 - Dan Watson

1991 - Mike Robertson

1992 - Colin Sood

1993 - Ian Griffiths

1994 - Kevin Oscar

1995 - Brad Kronewitt

1996 - Shane Brewer

1997 - Jesse Ramage
        - Kurt Aksne
        - Brett Plaizier

1998 - 

1999 - Luke Barrios

2000 - Kurt Alksne

2001 - Mike Vanden Ham

2002 - Daniel Wilson

2003 - Brodie Sangster

2004 - Andy Huerliman

2005 - Connor Nychka

2006 - Jonathan Smyth

2007 - Cory Totman

2008 - Ethan McKee

2009 - Connor Jamieson

2010 - Nathan Saby

2011 - Nathan Saby

2012 - Nicholas Kowalik

2013 - Erik Nusl

2014 - Erik Nusl

2015 - Erik Nusl

2016 - Spencer Bradshaw
          Cale Kooyman

 

 

Large Team Provincial Champions Trophy

This trophy is presented annualy to the Club in the Large Team category who accumulates the most points at the ASSA Provincial Championship Meet in the Age Group (17&U) events.

Note: Prior to 2011, points in all events were used to determine winners, including 17&O, Open and Senior events.

 

Winners of this trophies include:

Large Team Trophy

2007 - Calgary Tritons

2008 & 2009 - Edmonton Huma

2010 - Lethbridge Orcas

2011 - Lethrbridge Orcas

2012 & 2013 - Edmonton Huma

2014 & 2015 - Red Deer Marlins

2016 - Calgary Swordfish

 

 

 

 

Small Team Provincial Champions Trophy

This trophy is presented annualy to the Club in the Small Team category who accumulates the most points at the ASSA Provincial Championship Meet in the Age Group (17&U) events.

Note: Prior to 2011, points in all events were used to determine winners, including 17&O, Open and Senior events.

 

Winners of this trophies include:

Small Team Trophy

2007 to 2010 - Spruce Grove Barracudas

2011 & 2012 - Millenium Marlins

2013 - Innisfail Dolphins

2014 - Pincer Creek Dolphins

2015 - Millenium Marlins

2016 - Pincher Creek

 

 

 

 

Region Trophy

Presented annually to the Region Representatives of the Region earning the most points at the Provincial Championship Meet.

Note: For the years 1969 to 1972, and 1974 this trophy was awarded to an individual club.

 

 

 

Winners of this trophy include:

Trophy awarded annually to the Region with the most points at Provincials

1969 - Stanley Park Tritons

1970-71 - St. Albert Sailfish

1972 - Stanley Park Tritons

1973 - North Central Region

1974 - St. Albert Sailfish

1975 - Region E

1976-85 - Region B

1986-87 - Region F

1988-92 - Region B

1993 - Region C

1994 - Region B

1995-96 - Region C

1997 - Region B

1998 - Region C

1999-2004 - Region E

2005 - Region F

2006-07 - Region E

2008 - Region C

2009-11 - Region E

2012 to 2016 - Region C

 

 

Masters Team Provincial Champions Trophy

This trophy is presented annualy to the Club who accumulates the most points at the ASSA Provincial Championship Meet in the Masters Age Group (18&O) events.

 

 

Winners of this trophies include:

Large Team Trophy

2011 - Lethbridge Orcas

2012 - North Edmonton Swim Club

2013 - Lethbridge Orcas

2014 - North Edmonton Swim Club

2015 - Camrose Sea Serpents

2016 - North Edmonton Swim Club

 

 

 

Para-swimmers Team Provincial Champions Trophy

This trophy is presented annualy to the Club who accumulates the most points at the ASSA Provincial Championship Meet in the Para-Swimming events.

 

 

Winners of this trophies include:

Large Team Trophy

2011 to 2015 - North Edmonton Swim Club

2016 - Edmonton Huma Swim Club

 

 

 

 

 

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