History student Aisan Fazeli awarded the Bryce M.Taylor Award, Rugby

Bryce-M.Taylor Award: Aisan Fazelli Aisan Fazeli is the first women’s rugby player to earn the Bryce M. Taylor Award, which is presented to a graduating female student who has, throughout her undergraduate years, made outstanding contributions to interuniversity sport at York University. Fazeli has been a tremendous ambassador for the York Lions in her four years with the program. She has been the team captain for two years and this season was named an OUA Russell Division all-star after finishing 13th in OUA scoring despite playing with a broken nose. She also earned the sport’s community service award for her stellar contributions to the York community. This season alone she has worked with Toronto Police Services to run an after school program for at-risk youth, organized the rugby team to produce and hand out 200 lunches to the city’s less fortunate, organized a blood drive for the Lions rugby and football teams, promoted safety awareness with the distribution of York’s Good Neighbour Guide, and assisted at York’s high school tournament to raise money for the Umbrella Foundation. In the past she has also organized various activities for cancer research fundraising. Courtesy of YFile - Full article

Many congratulations!