Gunter ends CIS career on high note: Named All-Canadian

By Larry Read - TRU Athletics
March 9, 2016 - 11:45am

HAMILTON, ON — Brad 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 as 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 honor.  The all-star team along with the major CIS awards were announced this morning at a breakfast which kicked of the CIS championships, being hosted by McMaster University.

Gunter 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, Quebec or play professionally overseas.

(courtesy of CIS Communications).

 

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