Cross Country (M) news
Charlène Puel, a native of Lyon, France and Jessica Porfilio of Longueuil, Que., captured three trophies apiece at the 15th annual McGill University track and field awards banquet held at the McGill Faculty Club, Friday.
There are five McGill varsity teams listed this week in the CIS national rankings, including the Martlets and Redmen hockey squads, who are classified as No.1 and No.2, respectively.
The McGill Martlets finished fifth of 19 teams at the CIS cross-country running championships on the snow-covered Plains of Abraham in Quebec City, Saturday.
The McGill women's hockey team have reclimed their No.1 spot in the weekly national rankings. They are one of four McGill squads listed in the CIS Top 10 this week, joing the hockey Redmen (No.2), the cross-country Martlets (No.6) and the volleyball Martlets (No.8).
Six McGill teams find themselves ranked among the CIS Top 10 this week, led by the men's and women's hockey teams who are both ranked No.2. The cross-country Martlets are No.6, the volleyball Martlets are seventh and both soccer squads are No. 10.
Jessica Porfilio of Longueuil, Que., finished fourth overall to help McGill capture the Quebec university women's cross-country running championship at Parc de la Rivière du Moulin in Chicoutimi, Saturday. It was the second straight RSEQ conference title for the Martlets, who missed the provincial crown in 2009 after winning it for 20 consecutive seasons from 1988 to 2007.
Five McGill teams, led by the top-ranked hockey Martlets, find themselves in the CIS national Top 10 rankings this week.
Six McGill varsity sports teams find themselves among the CIS Top 10 rankings this week, including women's hockey (No.1), men's hockey (No.2), women's cross-country (No.6), women's volleyball (No.7), women's rugby (No.9) and men's soccer (No.10).
Three McGill varsity sports teams find themselves in the CIS top 10 rankings this week: women's rugby, men's soccer and women's cross-country running.
Steven Bielby of Pte. Claire, Que., and Jessica Porfilio of Longueuil, Que., are the McGill University athletes of the week, sponsored by Ye Olde Orchard Pub, for the period ending Oct. 9, 2011.
Jessica Porfilio, a freshman from Longueuil, Que., and Sarah McCuaig, a junior from Waterloo, Ont., finished second and third, respectively, as the McGill women's cross-country running team captured the Laval Rouge et Or invitational meet on the Plains of Abraham, Saturday. It was the second meet victory of the season for the Martlets, who also took the honours at the McGill Open last month.
Four McGill varsity teams are listed in the CIS Top 10 national rankings this week. The Martlets cross-country running squad are ranked No.5 as is the Redmen soccer team. The soccer Martlets dropped two spots to No.8 and the rugby Martlets remained eighth.
Freshman Jessica Porfilio of Longueuil, Que., placed fifth overalll to lead the McGill Martlets to finish fourth of 17 teams at the 37th annual Western International Cross-country Invitational meet at the Thames Valley golf course, Saturday.
Freshman Jessica Porfilio of Longueuil, Que., and Sarah McCuaig, a junior from Waterloo, Ont., captured silver and bronze medals, respectively, as the McGill University women's cross-country running squad finished first of 16 teams to win their own invitational meet on the slopes of Mt. Royal, Saturday.
Sarah McCuaig of Waterloo, Ont., was a triple award winner at the 14th annual McGill University track and cross-country awards gala, held on campus at Thompson House, Friday.