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Brett Pearce (STEEL CITY SLAM CLASS OF 2021)- Brett Pearce is an example of hard work, character and dedication.  Brett's club and high school opportunities were limited due to COVID-19.  That didn't stop him from training with protocols and improving his game to earn a spot on the Humber College Men's basketball team.  In his first season he was a part of their National Championship roster.  He has just completed season to and is a captain of the squad.  Brett is majoring in Media Communications. 

SAM IVEY (STEEL CITY SLAM CLASS OF 2016)- Sam Ivey had a great high school and club career.  A 2 time city league MVP, Sam helped his high school team to capture 3 straight city championships as well as 3 NOSSA titles.  An athletic guard who can play a variety of positions on the floor is suiting up for the Laurentian Voyageurs for his freshman season.  Keep your eye on this young CIS talent.  

JONAH FOGG (STEEL CITY SLAM CLASS OF 2015)- At 6'11, Jonah Fogg makes his presence felt whenever he steps onto the hardwood.  A Sault Ste. Marie all-star and Referee's awaard winner, Jonah helped the Steel City Slam U-19 team get to the Gold medal game in 2014 in Division 2.  In addition to this Jonah was able to 'walk on' and make Canada's Junior National Team, which competed in the FIBA Americas and secured a silver medal, losing to the United States of America in the Gold medal game.  Jonah is currently playing for the Bishops University Gators in Sherbrooke, Quebec.

LARS MOFFATT (STEEL CITY SLAM CLASS OF 2015)- Lars was skilled in all facets of the game.  He was able to get to the rim, hit the mid range and defend the perimeter well.  Lars was able to take on many roles and do them well.  It is for that reason that he has been able to continue his student-athlete career suiting up for the UNB Saint John Seawolves, of the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association.  (#8 in the team pic) 

ANTHONY IACOE (STEEL CIITY SLAM CLASS OF 2014)- Anthony is a walking example of 'hard work pays off'.  This young man excels in the classroom and on the court.  Anthony was one of the most decorated high school players Sault Ste. Marie has seen.  In addition to this, he was well known on the OBA club scence, helping the Slam get to the 2014 Division 2 Gold Medal game.  Anthony has just finished his first season with the Laurentian Voyageurs and was selected to the 2016 Ontario University Athletics 'All-Rookie' Team.  As a freshman, Anthony fished third in the country in made three-pointers. 

ABIGAIL FOGG (SAULT SHARKS CLASS OF 2012)- Abigail Fogg was a dominating high school and club player, being recognized as one of the top players in the country.  Abigail would obtain a full ride to American University before transferring to South Dakota, where this past season (2015-2016) she helped the Coyotes win the Women's National Invitational Tournament and defend its Summit League regular season title. 

NICO LOUREIRO (SAULT SHARKS CLASS OF 2008)- Nico Lourerio lives and breathes basketball.  A high school league MVP who helped his team to a NOSSA championship, Nico continued his on the court success helping the Sault Sharks strike Gold at the 2008 OBA Championships.  Ranked 16 in the field of 16, the Sault Sharks would shock the field and put together 5 straight victories enroute to an OBA Gold medal.  Success continued for Nico at university, as he was a part the University of Brock's cinderalla story winning the 2009 CIS National Championship.  Nico is currently working as a player development coach for the NBA Global Academy, in Australia. 

Matt Glibota (SAULT SHARKS CLASS OF 2008)-  Matt Glibota had a great high school and club career.  Helping lead his high school team to a city championship in junior, combined with winning NOSSA basketball a the AAA' level, it was only fitting that the 6'6 wing would continue his playing career at the University of Waterloo.  In 2013 he was recognized by his team as the 'most improved player'. Matt's success continued both on and off of the floor as he was able to graduate with a degree in Applied Science, Chemical Engineering, and while doing so was an Academic All-Canadian in his last two years. Upon graduating he had the opportunity to play in France and China.  Most recently Matt has transitioned from Edmonton to Santa Clara California to contine in a new role with Owens Corning (the same company he worked for in Edmonton).  Matt is now married and is a great role model and ambassador for our club in terms of well rounded success. 

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