OUA women's all-stars and honours were announced on Thursday, and the men's honours followed on Friday afternoon.
The Kingston based teams did well in the awards with five players being named between the Queen's Gaels and RMC Paladins. The University of Toronto Blues and Carleton Ravens led the way with nine players being named between the two teams, fitting based on their positions at the top of the OUA East.
The Queen's Gaels had four players named to the all-star rosters with defender Joseph Zupo being named to the first all-star team. Three of his teammates were named to the second team, including his co-centreback David Tom. Joining Tom were the Gaels' captain and midfielder Jordan Brooks, and striker Peter Christidis. Christidis scored five goals in his rookie season and was the primary set piece taker for Queen's.
The RMC Paladins finished at the bottom of the OUA East, but their starting goalkeeper Jhordan Dorrington was awarded with a first-team all-star honour for his part in holding RMC's last line of defense. Dorrington was one of the, if not the, top shot stopper in the OUA East, averaging just over 8 saves per game with a seasonal high of 14 against Nipissing.
The OUA has a full listing of the OUA East All-Stars.