Ice Hockey (W)
Ann-Sophie Bettez of Sept-Iles, Que., scored three points and Charline Labonté of Boisbriand, Que., made 23 saves to post her 81st career shutout as No.2 McGill grounded the top-seeded Laurier Golden Hawks to a halt with a 4-0 victory in the CIS women's hockey bronze medal contest at Clare Drake Arena, Sunday.
Leslie Oles of Beaconsfield, Que., scored a pair of third-period goals as McGill skated to a 4-0 victory over Alberta at the CIS women's hockey championship at Clare Drake Arena, Friday. The Martlets, who finished pool play at 1-1, can advance to Sunday's CIS gold medal game for the sixth consecutive year if Alberta (0-1) defeats Calgary (1-0) Saturday. Otherwise, McGill will play for bronze.
Ann-Sophie Bettez, a forward from the McGill Martlets, was named CIS player of the year in women's hockey, Wednesday. McGill dominated the awards presentation in Edmonton as forward Mélodie Daoust of Valleyfield, Que., merited top-rookie honours, while head coach Peter Smith of Lachine, Que., was recognized by his CIS peers for a record-tying third time in his 12th season behind the bench.
The McGill Martlets will be looking to repeat as CIS women's hockey champions this weekend in Edmonton but the road to a sixth consecutive appearance in the gold medal game and a fourth national title in five years won't be an easy one.
A pair of Canadian Olympic heroes will go head-to-head at the CIS women's hockey championship, Thursday, at Clare Drake Arena on the campus of the University of Alberta. Goaltender Charline Labonté will be protecting the McGill net while scoring legend Hayley Wickenheiser will lead the Dino attack.
Leslie Oles of Beaconsfield, Que., scored a goal and added three helpers as the No.2-ranked McGill women's hockey team skated to a 4-0 conquest over the visiting Montreal Carabins, Friday, to claim the Dr. Ed Enos trophy as RSEQ conference champions for the seventh consecutive season and a lucky 13th time overall since their first title in 1985.