|Baird, James Cameron||5'07"||Beaconsfield||Arts & Sciences|
|Baribeau, Simon||5'11"||St-Lazare||Social Science Commerce|
|Elsherbini, Noha||5'07"||Dorval||Science Honours|
|Grover, Akshay||5'10"||Dollard des Ormeaux||Social Science Honours Commerce|
|Laderoute, Kayla||5'08"||Roxboro||ALC - Media|
|Lohman, Martin||5'08"||Chelsea||Science and Social Science|
|Mcclure, Sean||Pincourt||Social Science|
|McMullen, Alexander||Baie D'Urfe||Social Science Commerce|
|Mimeault, Matthew||Ile Bizard||Social Science|
|Morin, Gabriella||5'05"||Ile Perrot||Science|
|O'Connor, Matthew||5'09"||Beaconsfield||ALC - Media|
|Prevost, Marc||6'01"||Baie D'Urfe||Business Management|
|Renaud, Domenique||5'07"||Senneville||Social Science|
|Skody, Lauren||5'09"||Dorval||Social Science Honours Commerce|
|Snape, Shayne||6'00"||Ile Perrot||Science|
|Trembecki, Jedrzej (Andy)||6'05"||Wroclaw, Poland||Social Science Honours Commerce|
|Trivlidis, Sierra||5'10"||St-Lazare||Arts & Sciences|
|Vesnaver, Kevin||Granby||Social Science Commerce|
Schedule and Results
|2016 Schedule & Results|
|Date||Site||Team Result||Individual Top 10|
|Sat. Sept. 17||McGill||Women 5th place||Camille Dumont 7th|
|Men 9th place|
|Sat. Sept. 24||Laval||Women 10th place|
|Men 9th place|
|Sun. Oct. 16||Longueuil||Women 7th place||Camille Dumont 8th|
|Men 10th place|
|Sat. Oct. 29||Sherbrooke||Women 13th place|
|Men 20th place|
|Nov 11-12||Brockville, ONT|
As graduate of Simon Fraser University and a public school teacher in B.C. Michael has had the opportunity to coach junior high school students in cross-country, volleyball and basketball. As an avid runner, Michael has completed several marathons and other long distance events, including the Boston Marathon.
Michael teaches in the Psychology Department at John Abbott and looks forward to further developing his connections with students as a coach.
He is happily married, has a young daughter named Addison, and enjoys living in Montreal.
“Life is short… running makes it seem longer.”
While studying Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa, Sass ran for the varsity Cross-Country team as well as the Ottawa Lions Track Club. During this time he also developed running programs for varsity athletes, and other competitive runners.
Sass moved to Montreal in 2007 to pursue graduate studies at McGill in Neuroscience. He has over 10 years of coaching experience in a number of sports at varying levels. Presently, he teaches Physical Education at John Abbott where he strongly promotes healthy living and active lifestyles.