Scoring an MBA & Hockey Fame


There’s lots of reasons for girls to play hockey — the fun, the athleticism, the opportunity to travel and introduce Canada’s game to new circles of fans.
But for Montreal native Catherine Ward (BCom'09), who will be playing defence for Team Canada next month, one of the perks of playing top-level hockey was the chance to score a solid post-secondary education with hockey scholarships.
Ward studied commerce and played for the Martlets at McGill University for three years, where she set a Quebec Student Sport Federation record in 2006-2007 for points by a defenceman, and followed it up the next year by beating her own record with 25 points.

Read full article: Ottawa Citizen, March 21, 2013