Field Hockey (W) news
Camille St. Cyr, a McGill University field hockey player from Richmond, B.C.,has earned CIS all-Canadian honours for the third consecutive year.
Camille St. Cyr of Richmond, B.C.,and Rachel Berta from St. Mary's, Ont., -- both members of the McGill University Martlets -- are among the women's field hockey honorees in the Ontario University Athletics conference.
McGill rallied from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to settle for a 2-2 draw against the Western Ontario Mustangs in women's field hockey at Lamport Stadium in Toronto, Sunday, to salvage a 1-1-1 road trip in southern Ontario.
Sarah Main and Maria Oswald, both natives of Vancouver, B.C., each scored as McGill blanked the visiting York University Lions 2-0 to win their second straight OUA women’s field hockey game at Forbes Field, Friday.
Hockey players Alexandre Picard-Hooper of Boucherville, Que., and Cathy Chartrand, a defenceman from Lac Nominingue, Que., were named male and female athletes of the year, respectively, at the 34th annual McGill intercollegiate sports awards gala held at the Love Competition Hall, inside the Currie Gym, Thursday.
Free admission is being offered to anyone who brings a non-perishable food item to any McGill basketball, hockey or volleyball home game this weekend. This kicks of a two-day food drive for the Sun Youth Community Centre, an annual initiative of the McGill Varsity Council, a group that represents all varsity athletes on campus.
McGill's Camille St-Cyr of Richmond, B.C., was named a second-team all-Canadian at the CIS women's field hockey championship awards gala, Wednesday
McGill University midfielder Camille St. Cyr, a native of Richmond, B.C., has earned OUA field hockey all-star honours and Laurent Fayen, co-head coach of the Martlets has been named the league's coach of the year.
Max Tierno of Manhattan, N.Y., and Camille St-Cyr of Richmond, B.C., are the McGill University athletes of the week for the period ending Oct. 3, 2010.
Laura Slipp of Oakville, Ont., and Camille St-Cyr of Richmond, B.C., each scored hat-ricks as the McGill women's field hockey team opened the regular season on the right foot with a resounding 8-0 whitewash over the Carleton Ravens, Saturday.
McGill's Camille St. Cyr, a 5-foot-4 midfielder from Richmond, B.C., has earned OUA field hockey all-conference honours for the second consecutive season. The 19-year-old science sophomore was voted by the league's coaches to a berth on the first team after receiving second-team honours in her freshman year.
Camille St-Cyr scored in the 51st minute and the McGill women's field hockey team hung on for a 1-1 tie gainst Queen's in the second game of a doubleheader played in Kingston, Friday. The Martlets, who left Montreal at 5 a.m., for a pair of early-morning games, blanked Carleton 2-0 in the earlier contest.
The 2008 season of field hockey at McGill featured an enthusiastic, hard-working squad that had a great experience together and displayed significantly more success than in recent years. Potential recruits requesting information regarding playing for the McGill women's field hockey team should contact assistant coach Iain Martyn at (Iain.Martyn@mail.mcgill.ca).