2011 Awards


Club Awards:

presented by Sharon Orr (President):
Young Club Player of 2011 – Tim Seifert
Men’s Club Player of 2011 – Zackory Woods
Women’s Club Player of 2011 – Kate Kernaghan
Club Fair Player of 2011 – Stacey Tomich
Club Person of 2011 – Sri Pathmanathan
Team Awards:
presented by Sharon Orr (President)
Premier Women
Most Committed – Stacey Tomich
Most Improved – Shiloh Gloyn
Reserve Women
Most Valuable – Lauren Hunter

Fair play – Natasha Dalziel

Cruisey Blues
Most Improved – Kelly Cranstoun
Most Dedicated – Pamela Naish

Presented by Doug Sommerville (Prem Men’s Coach)

Premier Men
Most Valuable – Zachory Woods
Most Improved – Tim Seifeit
Reserve Men
Most Committed – Russel Cathcart
Most Improved – Fraser Humphries
Men’s C
Most Improved – Shayne Cochrane
Most Committed – Matthew Crombie
Presented by Bruce Becker (Coach)
High School Girls
Most Consistent – Kirstin Rudolph
Most Improved – Natasha Everaarts
Some notes:
Premier Women:
Most committed – Stacey Tomich
Stacey Tomich is not only a valuable member of our team but the club as a whole. For our team this year she has consistently performed well on the field and is committed to always 100%. She has helped develop the strong social culture within the prem team through organising numerous social events and helping generate fundraising ideas.Most Improved – Shiloh Gloyn
Shiloh has worked really hard over summer and throughout this season on all aspects of her hockey. She has become a very valuable club
player who has a work rate that can not be matched and is the perfect example of a team player. Not only did her performances for Fraser Tech improve as the year went on, she carried  his form into the Midlands NHL Women’s team where in one game she even got a hat trick! Well done!Reserve Women:
Most Valuable player: Lauren Hunter.
Lauren turns up to games and trainings with a positive enthusiastic attitude and gives it 100%. She is a pleasure to coach and is always looking to improve her game. She is a real asset to this team :)Club awards:

Young Club Player: Lauren Hunter
Lauren is the youngest in our team however has become a respectable role model and leader amongst us. She has demonstrated strong commitment, outstanding contribution to fundraising, reliability and happy to help other Fraser Tech Teams when they are needing players.  She consistently demonstrated fair play, encourages others to keep going, and enhances engagement among her team with strong communication and clear direction.

Women’s Club Player of the year: Kate Kernaghan
Not only did Kate perform consistently for Fraser Tech scoring some impressive goals and showcasing all her elimination skills she also
succeeded at provincial level in which she was a key member of the U21 Midlands team who claimed a silver medal this year and then went on to put in some very solid performances when she was involved with the Midlands NHL team who won bronze. Kate is a reliable player with a great training ethic, these two attributes have served her well as she was recently selected for the
Junior Blacksticks squad which will see her involved in a training camp later this year and potentially some international matches, we wish her all the best!

Club Fair Player of the year:
Stacey Tomich – Stacey was co-coach of the Prem reserve women’s team this season and has managed to always stay positive and get a team on the field, her communication with players has been amazing either by text message or email which was often one way but she still persisted.
She has done a wonderful job with her team with both her and Natasha being just what the team needed this season. She has also stepped up
when the NHL players and the Prem coach had NHL commitments. She was asked to combine and communicate with the remaining prem, prem reserve players and social team players so that Fraser Tech could field a Prem team in the matches. She has done an amazing job to communicate and co-ordinate all of the different players of varying skill levels and under her guidance this team has had some very pleasing results. Also a big thanks to those that put their hand up and helped out!!
She has been to and played in all the prem women’s matches this year and has scored important goals for the team, her impact on the 1st team’s culture has been very important in which she has organized numerous team activities creating a very healthy culture and is well respected by her fellow team mates and coaching staff. If only fraser tech had another 100 stacey’s!!!!