Naudie ‘88 and McKinnon ‘95 receive call to the Hall of Fame
Old Boys Doug Naudie ‘88 and David McKinnon ‘95 have been selected as inductees to the Selwyn House Athletics Hall of Fame, and will be honoured at this spring’s annual Athletics Celebration.
After leaving Selwyn House, Naudie continued his studies at John Abbott College, where he was a Jeff Mills Trophy recipient. The award is given to the student-athlete who best combines academics, athletics and community leadership qualities, and is widely considered the college's most prestigious student-athlete award. He continued on to McGill University, playing for the Redmen football team and receiving nominations for the President’s Trophy (top defensive player in the nation) and the Russ Jackson Trophy (combining athletics, academics & citizenship).
McKinnon excelled in football and basketball and was the first-ever recipient of a major Football Quebec bursary recognizing academic and athletic excellence. He attended Choate Rosemary Hall, where he starred on both the football and basketball teams before continuing on to McGill University. He started at quarterback as a rookie in the football program, and was a two-time Aacademic All-Canadian. While pursuing his Master’s degree, he became the first quarterback in the history of the newly-revived University of Montréal Carabins football program.