Jerry Sovran’74 University of Windsor Sports Hall of Fame
1998 Alumni Sports Hall of Fame Inductee
Jerry Sovran was a Basketball Player from 1971-1974. In the 1971-72 season, he averaged 13.0 points per game and was voted Most Valuable Player. In 1973-73 he received the “Olympic Shield” for Male Athlete of the Year.
In the 1972-73 season, his team made it to the O.Q.A.A. Championship and he received the LeBel Plaque for Most Outstanding Player in the O.Q.A.A. playoffs (1972). The Team also received the O.Q.A.A. All-Star Team rating in 1974.
Sovran was also on the second All-Canadian Team in 1974 and an All-City Basketball player at Brennan from 1969-1970.
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