Mount Allison “type of environment that would best suit” British Columbia recruit (VIDEO)

Defensive tackle joins AUS team’s 2016 class

Noah Lubendo is set to land in the Maritimes.

Recently, the 5’11, 300 pound defensive tackle committed to Mount Allison Mounties.  Lubendo will join the team for the 2016 AUS season.

Overall, the combination of academics and football were the main reasons the lineman chose to begin the next phase of his life at the Sackville, New Brunswick campus.

“I chose Mount Allison because because of the kind of school it is. Mount Allison is the number one undergraduate university in the country and boasts one of the best overall scholarship programs in the country,” elaborated Lubendo.  “On top of this, Mount Allison is a very small school with very small classes all adding up to the type of environment that would best suit a student/athlete like myself.”

“On to football, Mount Allison has (arguably) emerged as the best team in the AUS with a 13-3 regular season record over the last two years, this combined with “the closest locker room in the country” as Coach [Scott] Brady put it makes for an offer that I could not turn down.”

Lubendo is a native of Montreal, Quebec but grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia.  The lineman has played for the Coquitlam Falcons of the Vancouver Mainland Football League (VMFL).


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