Overview[edit | edit source]

The QOAA started as the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU Central), established in the 1902-03 season. It was a top tier scholastic league operating in Ontario and Quebec. It changed its name to the Quebec-Ontario Athletic Association in 1953 or 1955. (Official links say 1955, and now refer to it as the "Ontario-Quebec Athletic Association".)

The conference lasted until 1971 when it and the other two conferences operating in Ontario and Quebec (the OIAA and OSLC) were merged and realigned into two conferences set up on provincial lines (the QUAA and OUAA).

See the List of CIAU-QOAA Seasons for links to each of its seasons.

The historical league set-up for Ontario and Quebec has been as follows:

Participating Universities Chart[edit | edit source]

Click team name to go to team page. Year refers to year the season ended.

Logo Current External Years
McGill Redmen Official Site 1903-1971
Toronto Varsity Blues Official Site 1903-1971
Queen's Golden Gaels Official Site 1903-1971*
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Montreal Carabins (also ULM) none 1908-1971*
Ottawa Gee-Gees Official Site 1911-1971*
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Laval Rouge et Or none 1951-1971
McMaster Marlins/Marauders none 1962-1971
Waterloo Warriors Official Site 1962-1971
Guelph Gryphons (also OAC) Official Site 1962-1971*
Western Ontario Mustangs Official Site 1965-1971
Windsor Lancers Official Site 1969-1971
Carleton Ravens Official Site 1969-1971
  • Following the 1970-71 season, Laval folded, McGill and Montreal joined the QUAA, and the rest joined the OUAA.
  • Queen's played in 1903-1927, 1935, 1937-1950, 1960, 1962-1971.
  • Montreal/ULM played in 1908-1912, 1923-1928, 1933, 1937-39, 1946-1971.
  • Ottawa played in 1911-1912, 1969-1971.
  • Guelph/OAC played in 1962-1963, 1965-1971.

Also see[edit | edit source]

National links:

Western links:

Atlantic links:

Ontario-Quebec links:

College links:

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