Three high school athletes from the Barrie area have signed on with the Cambrian College Golden Shield in Sudbury.
Cambrian College announced the signings of new athletes and coaches to its existing soccer, volleyball, and cross-country running teams. The new athletes joining the Golden Shield this September come from across Ontario.
Cambrian also announced it is reintroducing badminton as a varsity sport this year, after a three-year hiatus.
“Welcome to our new athletes and coaches who will be suiting up for the Golden Shield,” says Alison De Luisa, Cambrian’s Associate Vice-President of Human Resources and Student Services. “I want to thank the athletes for choosing Cambrian as their place to study and play, and our entire team of coaches for their dedication and passion for varsity sports.”
Kasia Brufatto of Alliston and Quinn Eggleton of New Lowell are joining the Golden Shield women’s soccer team.
Jordan Phillips of Barrie will play for the women’s volleyball team.
For more information on Cambrian College Golden Shield athletics, visit www.cambriancollege.ca/athletics.
Name: Quinn Eggleton
Hometown: New Lowell, Ont.
School: Nottawasaga Pines Secondary School
Program at Cambrian: Physical Fitness Management
Accomplishments (sports, academic, community): Honour Role, played rep soccer for 7 years at South Simcoe United FC Varsity High School Soccer at Nottawasaga Pines Secondary School, 2018 U20 Girls Ball Hockey (IBHF) Team Canada Silver, 2018 U19 Girls Ball Hockey National Champions, 2018 U19 Girls Ball Hockey Provincial Champions
Why I chose Cambrian College: The beautiful environment, the great program, the home-away-from-home feeling
What I’m looking forward to the most: Meeting new people, making new friends, living on my own, making long lasting memories, the soccer team and the program itself
Name: Kasia Brufatto
Hometown: Alliston, Ont.
School: St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School
Program at Cambrian: Business Administration
Accomplishments (sports, academic, community): honour roll, Barrie Soccer Club - McGarrigle Cup Champions 2018, Barrie Soccer Club - Danny Pellegrini Finalists 2019, Barrie Soccer Club - Spirit Fest semi-finalists
Why I chose Cambrian College: I felt very welcomed and I liked all of the staff and students that I met
What I am looking forward to the most: soccer season and meeting new people
Name: Jordan Phillips
Hometown: Barrie, Ont.
Previous School: Innisdale Secondary School
Program at Cambrian: Paramedic
Accomplishments: Being named president of the athletic society at Innisdale Secondary School, captain of the high school volleyball team, and being accepted into my dream college program.
Why I chose Cambrian College: Cambrian is known as one of the top schools for the Paramedic Program and I wanted to venture outside of my hometown to gain new experiences
What I am looking forward to the most: Involving myself within the sports and academic communities in Cambrian College and around Sudbury. Also, I am pursuing my dream to play post-secondary school volleyball while becoming a paramedic