A bronze medal performance by Alexandra Morin-Boucher of St. Gabriel de Brandon, Que., almost stole the show at the Holiday Classic track and field meet hosted by McGill University at Tomlinson Fieldhouse, Saturday.
Éva Thouvenot-Hébert, an all-Canadian striker from Montreal, scored with 12 minutes remaining in double overtime to give the Montreal Carabins a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over McGill in a CIS women's soccer championship semifinal at Percival Molson Stadium, Saturday.
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Striker Pilar Khoury of Ottawa scored the game-winner in the seventh minute of play as the Ottawa Gee-Gees blanked the McGill Martlets 2-0 to win the CIS women's soccer championship bronze medal game at Percival Molson Stadium, Sunday.
The McGill Martlets stunned heavily-favoured Trinity Western University 4-1 on penalty kicks to prevail 1-0 in a CIS women's soccer quarterfinal, Thursday, at the national championship tournament on Molson Stadium.
The 25th anniversary edition of the CIS women's soccer championship gets under way Thursday at McGill University's Percival Molson Stadium in downtown Montreal and culminates at 4 p.m. on Sunday with the national final. All 11 games from the eight-team, single-elimination tourney will be webcast live by SSN Canada.
Alexandria Hoyte, a native of Laval, Que., and a midfielder from McGill University, was named CIS rookie of the year and earned second-team All-Canadian status at the CIS women's soccer awards gala, Wednesday night.