Wide receiver/H-back Alex Charette continues to receive honours for his outstanding performance at Waterloo on Saturday. In addition to being named the Gryphons’ Special Teams Player of the Game, Charette has picked up similar honours from both Ontario University Athletics [OUA] and Canadian Interuniversity Sport [CIS].
From the CIS announcement:
OTTAWA (CIS) – McGill quarterback Pierre-Luc Dussault, Saint Mary’s defensive lineman Rob Jubenville and Guelph returner Alex Charette are the CIS football players of the week for the period ending Sept. 29, 2013.
… Charette, a third-year human kinetics student from St. Catharines, Ont., was the choice on special teams thanks to his electrifying 125-yard touchdown off a missed field goal in a 41-19 victory over Waterloo, a result which allowed the Gryphons (5-0) to remain undefeated in league play and climb to fourth place in the national Top 10, their best ranking since 1997. With Guelph leading 21-6 late in the first half, the 6-foot-1, 190-pound receiver all but put the game away with his spectacular return. He finished the match with 169 return yards on four touches and 211 all-purpose yards.
Full story here.