As critical as Coach Wayne Allison was in pushing Bruin basketball to new heights from a coaching perspective, so too was Leroy Cassanova on the floor.
In 56 OCAA games played he scored 838 points, good for an average of 15 points per game.
He was the first Sheridan basketball player to garner CCAA All-Canadian recognition, when he won the award during a 1982-83 season in which he guided the Bruins to their first appearance in the OCAA Championship game, an 18-6 regular season record, while averaging 17.6 points per contest.
That year he was also named Sheridan's Male Athlete of the Year.
He holds the distinction of being a member of all 11 Bruin OCAA Championship teams and both National Championship teams, as his coaching career began the season after he graduated and continues to this day.
He is a graduate of the Business Administration - Marketing program.