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ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE

St. Andrew’s College (SAC) was established in Toronto in 1899, and moved to Aurora in 1926. Since those first days, SAC has established a long tradition of athletic excellence. The first three sports played at the school were hockey, cricket and football.
The School’s second Headmaster, Dr. Rev. D. Bruce Macdonald, strongly believed that athletics were key to developing a young man’s character.  His philosophy has endured and underpins the mission of St. Andrew’s College: developing the complete man, the well-rounded citizen. All Upper School students must participate in sports for a minimum of two of the three terms with all Middle School students involved with the athletics program for all three terms.
The vision of athletics has remained consistent for over a century and there are now 626 students and 71 teams across 22 sports, along with house league and intramurals. In the past five years SAC has sent over 30 students to play on NCAA teams in seven different sports: hockey, football, baseball, lacrosse, soccer, basketball and track and field. Their athletic program is among the best in Canada.

A SELECTION OF SAC HONORABLE MENTIONS

HARRY WATSON
CLASS OF 1916
Canadian Olympic team captain in 1924, scoring 37 goals in 5 games. Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1963 and the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame in 1998. 
BILL GRAHAM
CLASS OF 1952
Winner of two Grey Cups as a member of the Hamilton Tiger Cats during the 1950s and a World Hockey Championship with the Belleville McFarlands in 1959. 
GREG HOTHAM
CLASS OF 1975
NHL Career with both the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Pittsburgh Penguins, 1979-1985; 230 games, 15 goals, 74 assists, and 89 points. 
ROBERT P. BEDARD
HEADMASTER, 1981-1997
Represented Canada for the Davis Cup from 1953 to 1961, and 1967. Won Canadian Open Championship in 1955, 1957, and 1958. Ranked number one in Canada from 1956 to 1965. Inducted into Canada Sport Hall of Fame in 1974 and the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.
 

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