The 2022-23 RSEQ D1 Basketball All-Stars have been announced for the season and the Cavaliers are once again, well-represented! Congratulation to our 2022-23 All-Stars in Men’s and Women’s Basketball!
The 2022-23 All-Stars from D1 Basketball are:
- Chloe Oliver (1st Team All-Star | Women’s Women’s Basketball)
- Divine Dibula (1st Team All-Star | Women’s Basketball)
- Caitlin Frost (1st Team All-Star & Academic All-Star | Women’s Basketball)
- Anaïs Levasseau (2nd Team All-Star & All-Rookie Team | Women’s Basketball)
- Sheika Sidy Haidara (Academic All-Star | Men’s Basketball)
In addition, annual awards for Team Sportsmanship & Fairplay, Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Student-Athlete of the Year, and Statistician and Scoretable of the Year are also awarded, as voted on by the members of the league. The recipients from the Cavaliers for 2021-22 are:
2022-23 RSEQ Rookie of the Year | Women’s Basketball – Anaïs Levasseur
With an average of 8.4 points/game, 69 assists, 10 blocks, and 27 steals, first-year student-athlete Anaïs Levasseur was voted this year’s Rookie of the Year in the RSEQ D1 Women’s Basketball league. The 5’10” guard from Québec City is studying Health Sciences and made her presence felt in the Cavalier’s 14-2 season.
2022-23 RSEQ Def. Player of the Year | Women’s Basketball – Divine Dibula
Divine was a defensive powerhouse this past year, with an average of 31 blocks, 23 steals, and 170 rebounds in 16 games. Not only did the 3rd year forward reign on D, but she also averaged 13.2 ppg as well. Hailing from the Ottawa area and studying Commerce, Divine was a key component to the success of the Cavaliers this past season.
2022-23 RSEQ Player of the Year | Women’s Basketball – Chloe Oliver
Chloe Oliver had a stellar season, and is the first Cavaliers to be named Player of the Year in Women’s Basketball in the RSEQ. The 3rd year guard from Saint-Hubert who is studying commerce, led the Cavaliers in scoring, averaging 15.4 ppg. She had 28 steals, 39 assists, and shot 30.6% from 3-point range. In additon to being the PotY in the RSEQ, Chloe was akso selected as a CCAA All-Canadian for the year as well!
2022-23 RSEQ Coach of the Year | Women’s Basketball – Georges Germanos
Congrats to Head Coach Georges Germanos on being selected as the RSEQ’s Coach of the Year in Women’s basketball for the 2nd consecutive season! He led the Cavaliers to their first 1st place finish in the regular season (14-2) and a bronze medal at the 2024 RSEQ Provincial finals. The Cavaliers were ranked #1 in the CCAA national rakings for most of the season. Germanos has helmed the Cavaliers program since 2003 and has been instrumental in developing the program into what it is today Since the 2014-5 season, the team has medaled at the RSEQ provincials 5 times with 3 bronze, 1 silver, and 1 gold medal.
2022-23 RSEQ Statistician & Scoretables Awards | Cavaliers Game Staff – Men’s & Women’s Basketball
A new award is being handed out in 2022-23, going to the best statistician and table crew as voted by the teams in both the men’s and women’s RSEQ D1 College basketball leagues. Congrats to the Cavaliers table crew and statisticians for being voted the best by teams in both leagues! Congrats to our table and all our game staff: Nick Rebernak, Eduardo Real-Escoto, Rob Shaul, Allexxa Diab, Bianca Simoes Crespo, Thierry Savaria, Adian Cappelli, Sheickne Haidarta, Baptiste Audoin, Josh Bourne, Shania Delavari, Bianka Menard, Felix-Olivier Pharand, Maria-Celena Said, and Jessica Tadié! A very special shout-out to Scott O’Brien for putting together such a great crew and guiding them along the way!
Congratulations and well done to all our recipients and award winners!