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DeSerres named CIS men's hockey goalie of the year

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According to the University of Calgary Dinos website, the University of Calgary Dinos goaltender Jacob DeSerres of Calgary has won the Canadian Interuniversity Sport goaltender of the year award at an award's banquet in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on Wednesday.

DeSerres posted an overall record of 15-6, four shutouts, a goals against average of 2.21 and a save percentage of .913. The University of Calgary Dinos entered the Canada West final ranked third in Canada before losing 2-0 to the University of Alberta Golden Bears in a best out of three series.

Evan Mosher of the University of Acadia and Kevin Bailie of Queen's University were the other finalists.

Despite having an outstanding regular season record of 21-4-3, the Dinos will not be competing at the 2014 University Cup in Saskatoon this weekend.

Other Dinos who were honoured on Wednesday were Chris Collins and Drydn Dow who were both named to the CIS All-Rookie team for the 2013-14 men's hockey season.



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