Baines' great numbers and awards earned him some recognition professionally, since he was recently signed by the Saskatchewan Roughriders and will attend training camp in May.
Despite some disappointing team finishes, the standout individual performances of Gee-Gees athletes this year can’t be overshadowed.
The Gee-Gees came up a little short on the weekend, and ended their otherwise fantastic season with two tough losses and a fourth-place finish in the league.
The Gees looked out of sorts all game, and a major blowout was the end result. When the last buzzer mercifully sounded the final score read an embarrassing 80–41.
At this point in the year, veterans like Soriano and Besselink are doing their very best to guarantee success for the Gees in the regular season.
This weekend served as a microcosm of the Gees’ uneven 2016-17 season. They lost to last-place UQAM for the second time this season, but came out on top against first-place Montréal for the second time this season.