Shimone Slomowitz (pictured on left) and Katherine Green, both freshmen with the McGill Martlets, have earned all-conference honours in the Quebec university women’s indoor soccer league.
On savait déjà que le Vert & Or avait du talent, mais on sait maintenant que cette équipe a du caractère. Par deux fois, les filles d’Annie Blais sont revenues de l’arrière, samedi après-midi au Complexe multisport de Saint-Eustache, pour finalement signer une belle victoire de 4-3 face aux Martlets de l’Université McGill.
L'équipe de soccer intérieur du Rouge et Or ont disposé de leurs rivales de l'université McGill 3-0 grâce, entre autres, à un but et une mention d’aide de Caroline Vaillancourt qui a d’ailleurs été nommée joueuse du match.
An own goal proved costly for the Montreal Carabins as the McGill Martlets battled them to a 1-1 draw in the season opener of the 2009 QSSF women s indoor soccer league at the Saint Eustache Sport Complex, Saturday.
Forward Veronique Laverdiere exploded for three goals in a seven-minute span as the Montreal Carabins defeated McGill 3-1 in the Quebec women’s indoor soccer league championship game on Sunday.
Vanessa Salasky, a senior from Norfolk, Virginia, converted a penalty kick in the 77th minute as McGill rallied to upset top-seeded Laval 2-1 in a Quebec university women’s indoor soccer semifinal game at the Complex Multisport, Saturday.
Freshman Anna Smith of Somerville, Mass., tallied twice to spark a four-goal outburst in the final seven minutes as McGill clocked Concordia 5-0 in women’s indoor soccer at Ste. Hyacinthe, Saturday.
Cristina Di Caprio of Laval, Que., netted a hat-trick and Magalie Kolker of Vancouver, B.C., added a pair of goals as McGill trounced Bishop’s 7-1 in women’s indoor soccer action at Sherbrooke, Friday.
Magalie Kolker of West Vancouver, B.C., and Kyrin Dhaliwal of Burnaby, B.C., scored first-half goals as McGill Martlets won their second consecutive game with a 2-0 whitewash over UQAM in women's university indoor soccer, Saturday.
MONTREAL – A goal in the 75th minute by Marylise Monchalin held up as the No.1-ranked Montreal Carabins defeated McGill 1-0 in a Quebec university women’s soccer semifinal at CEPSUM Stadium, Friday.