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2001 CIAU football season
Regular season
Duration August 31, 2001 – November 3, 2001 2001-08-31 | 2001-11-03 | 2001 CIAU football season
Playoffs
Start date October 27, 2001 2001-10-27 | 2001-12-01 | Playoffs
Hardy Cup Manitoba Bisons 2001-11-10
Yates Cup McMaster Marauders 2001-11-10
Dunsmore Cup Laval Rouge et Or 2001-11-10
Loney Bowl Saint Mary's Huskies 2001-11-10
Mitchell Bowl Saskatchewan Huskies 2001-11-17
Churchill Bowl Saint Mary's Huskies 2001-11-17
Vanier Cup
Date December 1, 2001
Site SkyDome, Toronto
Champions Saint Mary's Huskies
2000  CIAU football seasons  2002

The 2001 CIAU football season began on August 31, 2001, and concluded with the 37th Vanier Cup national championship on December 1 at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, with the Saint Mary's Huskies winning their second championship. Twenty-four universities across Canada competed in CIAU football this season, the highest level of amateur play in Canadian football, under the auspices of the Canadian Interuniversity Athletics Union (CIAU).

Awards and records Edit

Awards Edit

All-Canadian team Edit

First Team[1]Edit

OffenceEdit

  • QB Ben Chapdelaine, McMaster
  • RB Luis Perez, Saint Mary's
  • RB Mike Bradley, Waterloo
  • WR Jason Currie, Saint Mary's
  • WR Chris Rankin, McMaster
  • IR James MacLean, Queen's
  • IR Jason Clermont, Regina
  • OT Dan Gyetvai, Windsor
  • OT Jean-Michel Sylvain, Saint Mary’s
  • OG Devin Rodger, Manitoba
  • OG Carl Gourgues, Laval
  • C Christopher Bochen, Manitoba

DefenceEdit

  • DE Chuck Walsh, Waterloo
  • DE Karim Grant, Acadia
  • DT Israel Idonije, Manitoba
  • DT Doug Borden, Saint Mary's
  • LB Scott Coe, Manitoba
  • LB Jeff Zimmer, Regina
  • LB Mark Pretzlaff, Ottawa
  • CB Curtis Nash, Saint Mary's
  • CB Darnell Edwards, Manitoba
  • DB Scott Gordon, Ottawa
  • DB Dennis Mavrin, York
  • S David Stipe, Bishop's

Special TeamsEdit

Second TeamEdit

OffenceEdit

  • QB Ryan Jones, Saint Mary’s
  • RB Mathieu Brassard, Laval
  • RB Kenneth Vermette, Manitoba
  • WR Joe Orel, Manitoba
  • WR Jonathan Bohnert, Guelph
  • IR Mike Palmer, Guelph
  • IR Patrick Thibeault, Saint Mary’s
  • OT François Boulianne, Laval
  • OT Todd Krenbrink, Regina
  • OG Ryan Donnelly, McMaster
  • OG John Salmas, Saint Mary’s
  • C Colin Oldrieve, Saint Mary’s

DefenceEdit

  • DE Hughes Beauchamp, Laval
  • DE Warren Doekper, Manitoba
  • DT Rob Stewart, Manitoba
  • DT John MacDonald, McGill
  • LB Adam MacDonald, StFX
  • LB Javier Glatt, UBC
  • LB Damian Porter, Windsor
  • CB Eric Duchene, Saskatchewan
  • CB Brad German, Ottawa
  • DB Derick Fury, Mount Allison
  • DB Gregory Hoover, Calgary
  • S Jamie Boreham, Manitoba

Special TeamsEdit

  • K Norman Nasser, Guelph
  • P Matt Armstrong, Waterloo

Results Edit

Regular season standings Edit

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime Losses, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points

Canada West
Team GP W L OTL PF PA Pts
Manitoba 8 7 1 0 302 91 14
Regina 8 5 3 0 261 202 10
Saskatchewan 8 5 3 0 200 172 10
Calgary 8 3 5 0 130 260 6
UBC 8 2 6 1 132 233 5
Alberta 8 2 6 0 133 200 4
Ontario
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
McMaster 8 7 0 1 301 81 15
Ottawa 8 6 2 0 247 168 12
Western 8 5 3 0 189 150 10
Queen's 8 5 3 0 201 171 10
Waterloo 8 4 3 1 194 108 9
Laurier 8 3 5 0 104 138 6
York 8 3 5 0 153 216 6
Guelph 8 3 5 0 164 237 6
Windsor 8 2 6 0 96 196 4
Toronto 8 1 7 0 92 276 2
Quebec
Team GP W L PF PA Pts
Laval 8 5 3 234 95 10
Concordia 8 5 3 174 191 10
McGill 8 4 4 161 166 8
Bishop's 8 2 6 107 224 4
Atlantic
Team GP W L PF PA Pts
Saint Mary's 8 8 0 480 35 16
Acadia 8 4 4 121 187 8
StFX 8 3 5 106 202 6
Mount Allison 8 1 7 47 330 2

Teams in bold have earned playoff berths. [2]

Top 10Edit

Template:2001 CIS football top10

Championships Edit

The Vanier Cup is played between the champions of the Atlantic Bowl and the Churchill Bowl, the national semi-final games. This year, the winners of the Canada West conference Hardy Trophy hosted the Ontario conference's Yates Cup championship team for the Churchill Bowl. The winners of the Atlantic conference Loney Bowl championship hosted the Dunsmore Cup Quebec champion for the Atlantic Bowl.[3][4]

Vanier Cup Edit

Notes Edit

External links Edit

Preceded by
2000 CIAU football season
CIS football seasons Succeeded by
2002 CIAU football season
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