Ice Hockey (W)
Three McGill varsity squads find themselves listed among the CIS Top 10 national rankings this week, including the Redmen and Martlets hockey teams, both listed at No.2, an dthe men's swim team at No.8.
Freshman Mélodie Daoust of Valleyfield, Que., netted a hat-trick as the No.2-ranked McGill University women's hockey team skated to a 3-0 whitewash over visiting Concordia to close out the regular season at McConnell Arena, Sunday.
Four McGill teams have made the grade in the CIS national rankings this week, including both hockey squads, as well as women's volleyball and men's swimming.
Rookie Melodie Daoust continued her torrid scoring rampage with two goals and a pair of assists as No.2-ranked McGill skated to a 6-1 road victory over the Carleton Ravens in women's university hockey action at the CU Ice House, Saturday.
Mélodie Daoust, a freshman from Valleyfield, Que., registered a hat-trick and added an assist as McGill skated to an easy 6-0 conquest of the Ottawa Gee-Gees in women's university hockey at McConnell Arena, Friday.
Andre Corbeil of CTV Montreal paid a visit to a rink in the Town of Mt. Royal to catch a rare outdoor practice by the McGill women's hockey team. See his story entitled "McGill Martlets bag seventh straight title" online at the following link.
Three McGill teams are listed in this week's CIS Top 10 national rankings and there are new national leaders this week in Canadian Interuniversity Sport men's hockey and women's track and field.