2015 Black Knight Canadian University & College Championship

March 6 - 8, 2015

Executive Squash and Fitness Club

 

Co-hosted by The University of Toronto Women's Squash Team 

&

Rob Brooks, Executive Squash and Fitness Club

 

Draws and Results

 

 

 

 

Host Club

Executive Squash and Fitness Club

8301 Jane St., Concord ON, L4K 5P2

 

Co-Tournament Chairs

David Cooper - david.cooper.a@utoronto.ca

Rob Brooks
 

 

 

 

 

Dates

March 6 - 8, 2015

 

Categories of Play

Men's Open, A/B Combined, C

Women's Open, A/B Combined, C

 

Entry Fee

$69 + HST ($77.97)

 

How to Enter

Registration is now closed

 

Entry Deadline

February 25, 2015 at 12:00pm Eastern

 

 

Playing Schedule

Play begins Friday 3pm

Open Finals Sunday at 2pm

 

 

Notes:

Saturday lunch provided

All players must wear protective eyeguards

 

 

Registration is now closed

 

An Athlete must be a member in good standing of a provincial/territorial squash association. 

A.  Course Load Requirements

A student-athlete must be enrolled in a Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) or Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) affiliated school.

  • A CIS student-athlete must be registered in a minimum of three (3) courses (nine (9) credit hours of recognized course credit or the equivalent), or the full time equivalent as defined by the registrar at the institution they are representing in the term in which they are competing.
  • A CCAA student-athlete must be registered in a minimum of three (3) courses totaling nine (9) credit hours (or the equivalent as determined by the institution’s registrar), in each semester in which they participate.

B.  Academic Success Requirements

A Student-athlete must successfully complete a minimum number of courses and meet academic success requirements for eligibility:

·     A CIS student-athlete must successfully complete a minimum of three (3) full courses or six (6) half course (eighteen (18) credit hours of recognized course credit at the institution they are representing) or full-time equivalent as defined by the institution’s registrar during the academic year in which they are competing in order to be eligible in a subsequent academic year.  An academic year is defined as the 365-day period following the first day of fall classes as established by the institution’s academic calendar

·     A CCAA student-athlete must successfully complete a minimum nine (9) credit hours in the semester in which they are competing in order to be eligible in a subsequent academic semester.

·     In the event a CIS student-athlete does not meet the above academic success requirements, to re-establish academic eligibility, the student must successfully complete a minimum of three (3) full courses or six (6) half course (eighteen (18) credit hours of recognized course credit at the institution they are representing) or full-time equivalent at the institution they wish to represent within an academic year in order to be eligible for a subsequent academic year.

·     In the event a CCAA student-athlete does not meet the above academic success requirements, to re-establish academic eligibility, the student must complete one (1) academic semester at an accredited post secondary institution with a minimum of nine (9) credits passed in a single semester to be eligible to participate in the subsequent semester.

 

C.  Other Information

The participation by a student-athlete in any squash event that contributes to the determination of a National University and College Champion,

·     Will not be charged with a year of eligibility from the CIS.

·     Will be charged with a year of eligibility from the CCAA.

 

D.  FISU Eligibility Requirements

The International University Sports Federation (FISU) has established requirements for participation in a summer or Winter Universidad and / or a single-sport World University Championship.  These requirements do not have to be adhered to in the hosting of the Canadian University and College Championships; however participants should be made aware of the regulations if the event is being used as a qualifier for a FISU event.

Eligibility requirements in general to attend a FISU event is as follows:

 

E.  World University Championship Eligibility Rules for Competitors

Only the following may participate as a competitor in a World University Championship:

a)  Students who are currently officially registered as proceeding towards a degree or diploma at the university or similar institute whose status are recognized by the appropriate national academic authority of their country;

b)  Former students of the institutions mentioned in a) who have obtained their academic degree or diploma in the year preceding the event.

 

All competitors must satisfy the following conditions:

a)  Be a national of the country they represent

b)  Be at least 17 and less than 28 years of age on January 1st in the year of the event.

Tournament Hotel

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Toronto Vaughn

612 Applewood Cres

Vaughn, ON L4K 4B4

 

Call 1-877-515-4070 to make a reservation, and ask for group code "CUC" for the special rate

 

Shuttle

Limited shuttle between Tournament Hotel and Executive Squash & Fitness throughout the event

 

Airport Pickups

Out of province players who are staying at the tournament hotel can request Toronto Pearson Airport pick-up contacting Dave Cooper by March 2

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