Brad Gunter named CIS All-Star and All-Canadian

HAMILTON, ONBrad Gunter’s career as a CIS men’s volleyball player has ended on a high note.  The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack’s fifth year outside hitter was named a CIS First team All-Star and All-Canadian.

It was the second time in Gunter’s distinguished Canadian University career that he received the honour.  The all-star team along with the major CIS awards were announced Wednesday morning at a breakfast which kicked off the CIS championships, being hosted by McMaster University.

Gunter, a G.P. Vanier alumnus, became the country’s all-time leading scorer and kills leader this year as he closed out his career with the WolfPack.

Gunter was a CIS First Team All-Star and All-Canadian in 2013-14 when he was also named player of the year.

His future plans are to either train with the national team program in Gatineau, Que. or play professionally overseas.


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