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Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey

Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey
Current season, competition or edition:
2011–12 Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey season
Formerly CIAU women's ice hockey
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1997
No. of teams 30, in four conferences
Country Canada
Most recent champion(s) Calgary Dinos
Most titles Alberta Pandas (7)
Official website CIS women's ice hockey
Canadian Interuniversity Sport encourages competition with a sense of fair-play

The Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey is the highest level of play at the university level under the auspices of the CIS. Women's ice hockey has been played in the CIS since the 1997-98 season, following a long stint of teams only competing in the OUA. There are 30 teams, all of which are based in Canada, that are divided into four conferences that are eligible to compete for the year-end championship. As these players compete at the university level, they are obligated to follow the rule of standard eligibility of five years. This competition is considered as the second level in the pyramid of Canadian Women's hockey, below the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) and the Western Women's Hockey League (WWHL).

Contents

  • History 1
  • Schedule structure 2
  • Participating universities 3
    • Atlantic University Sport 3.1
    • Canada West Universities Athletic Association 3.2
    • Ontario University Athletics 3.3
    • Ligue de Hockey Universitaire Féminin 3.4
  • National Champions 4
  • Awards and honours 5
    • CIS championship MVP 5.1
    • Player of the year (Brodrick Trophy) 5.2
    • Rookie of the year 5.3
    • Outstanding student-athlete 5.4
    • R.W. Pugh Fair Play Award 5.5
    • Coach of the year 5.6
  • All Star Teams 6
    • 1998-99 6.1
    • 1999-2000 6.2
    • 2000-01 6.3
    • 2001-02 6.4
    • 2002-03 6.5
    • 2003-04 6.6
    • 2004-05 6.7
    • 2005-06 6.8
    • 2006-07 6.9
    • 2007-08 6.10
    • 2008-09 6.11
    • 2009-10 6.12
    • 2010-11 6.13
    • 2011-12 6.14
    • Previous Championship tournaments 6.15
    • See also 6.16
  • References 7
  • External links 8
  • Further reading 9

History

Queen's University women's ice hockey team in 1917

The 1890s marked the beginning of the first women's ice hockey teams in Canadian universities. These universities included the University of Toronto in Toronto, Queen's University in Kingston, and McGill University in Montreal.[1] In 1908, other schools such as the Calgary Collegiate Institute and Mount Royal University began to ice competitive teams as well.[2] In the early years, teams played behind closed doors and men were not authorized to attend the matches. The referee was the only man present during the matches.[1] Starting in 1900, male spectators were authorized to assist in women's matches in most of the Canadian provinces and some university teams. During this time, there was no university women's league and some university women's teams competed against rivals representing cities. Sometimes, they were forced to cross big geographical distances by train in order to participate in tournaments[3]

The first provincial women's championship took place in 1914 in Picton, Ontario. Six teams participated in the event, including the University of Toronto.[4] In 1921, the University of Toronto bested McGill University during the first Canadian women's university championship. The Toronto Lady Blues would gain 11 championship titles, compared with two titles for the Queen's Golden Gaels before the women's university league dissolved in 1933[5] During this time period, Elizabeth Graham, a Queen's University goaltender, carried a fencing mask during matches in 1927.[1] She would be the first goaltender in ice hockey, before the famous Jacques Plante, to carry a protective face mask.[6]

On December 16, 1922, the Ladies Ontario Hockey Association (LOHA) was formed, and included several Ontario university teams[7] In 1923, the Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Union (WIAU) is created with the aim of offering sporting events to students in Ontario. The WIAU coordinated the programs of the students,[8] and several university women's teams were members there.[8] In the autumn of 1923, the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association held its annual meeting in Port Arthur, Ontario. It was here that the association decided not to give to the women official recognition as hockey players.[9] From 1931 until 1941, the non-university team Preston Rivulettes were unbeaten in the LOHA and won ten consecutive championships.[10] Numerous university women's teams are reluctant to join the LOHA because they estimated that they would be unable to compete against the Rivulettes. Due to the Great Depression, several university women's teams were dissolved. Consequently, ice hockey teams became rarer for numerous women's teams.[11]

In 1941, the LOHA was dissolved and, in the aftermath, several teams begin to disappear. The Second World War also had an impact on the level of participation in women's ice hockey in Canada. From 1936 to 1948, and from 1951 to 1960, there was no WIAU official women's competition.[12] Women’s ice hockey would not return until the 1960s at the Canadian university level.[13]

McGill Martlets against St. Francis-Xavier X-Women

The revival in the 1960s resulted in the creation of new women's teams in several Canadian universities.[14] In 1969, the volleyball) was presented in March, 1970 at the University of Waterloo, in Ontario.[8][15] In 1971, the Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Union (WIAU) merged with the Ontario-Quebec University Athletic Association (OQUAA) to form the Ontario Women's Interuniversity Athletic Association (OWIAA).[8][15] This resulted in university women's teams multiplying and several American university tournaments inviting Canadian teams.[16]

Regional university championships exist in various areas throughout Canada. Ontario can boast the involvement of eleven university women's ice hockey teams.[12] Each team plays a schedule of approximately 24 matches, and there is no Eastern or Western Conference. The first three teams of every division gain entry into the qualifying rounds of a postseason competition, which takes place under the structure of a "Final Four."[12] In 1997, the different university associations (representing both men and women) create the

  • M. Ann Hall, Immodest and Sensational: 150 Years of Canadian Women in Sport, James Lorimer & Company Ltd. Toronto 2008. ISBN 978-1-55277-021-4
  • Michael McKinley, Hockey A People's History, McClelland & Stewart ltd, 2006. ISBN 978-0-7710-5769-4
  • Wayne Norton, Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women's Hockey in Western Canada,Ronsdale Press 2009. ISBN 1-55380-073-7
  • John Chi-Kit Wong, Coast to Coast: Hockey in Canada to the Second World War, University of Toronto Press 2009. ISBN 978-0-8020-9532-9

Further reading

  • CIS Official website
  • 2011-12 News for CIS women's ice hockey
  • CIS 2012 Women's Hockey Championship

External links

  1. ^ a b c Women's Hockey: A Proud Past, A Bright FutureBrian McFarlane, Library and Archives Canada,
  2. ^ Wayne Norton, Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women's Hockey in Western Canada,Ronsdale Press 2009, page 123. ISBN 1-55380-073-7.
  3. ^ Wayne Norton, Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women's Hockey in Western Canada,Ronsdale Press 2009,page 124, ISBN 1-55380-073-7.
  4. ^ M. Ann Hall, Immodest and Sensational: 150 Years of Canadian Women in Sport, James Lorimer & Company Ltd. Toronto 2008, page 30. ISBN 978-1-55277-021-4
  5. ^ (French) L'Histoire du Hockey féminin
  6. ^ History of Hockey
  7. ^ John Chi-Kit Wong, Coast to Coast: Hockey in Canada to the Second World War, University of Toronto Press 2009, page 136, ISBN 978-0-8020-9532-9.
  8. ^ a b c d e (French) SIC, Histoire
  9. ^ John Chi-Kit Wong, Coast to Coast: Hockey in Canada to the Second World War, University of Toronto Press 2009, page 139. ISBN 978-0-8020-9532-9.
  10. ^ John Chi-Kit Wong, Coast to Coast: Hockey in Canada to the Second World War, page 146, University of Toronto Press 2009. ISBN 978-0-8020-9532-9
  11. ^ M. Ann Hall, Immodest and Sensational: 150 Years of Canadian Women in Sport, James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Toronto, 2008, page 78. ISBN 978-1-55277-021-4
  12. ^ a b c Ontario University Athletics OUA Women's Hockey
  13. ^ Michael McKinley, Hockey A People's History, McClelland & Stewart ltd 2006, page 128. ISBN 978-0-7710-5769-4
  14. ^ Michael McKinley, Hockey A People's History, McClelland & Stewart ltd 2006, pages 237. ISBN 978-0-7710-5769-4
  15. ^ a b CIS History
  16. ^ Michael McKinley, Hockey A People's History, McClelland & Stewart ltd 2006, pages 237 et 238. ISBN 978-0-7710-5769-4
  17. ^ Preview 2011 CIS women’s hockey championship: No. 1 Martlets looking to return to the top
  18. ^ Past Awards
  19. ^ Canadian icon Wickenheiser named player of the year
  20. ^ 1998-99 Awards
  21. ^ CIAU Women's Ice Hockey Awards
  22. ^ 2000-01 CIAU Awards
  23. ^ 2001-02 CIAU Awards
  24. ^ 2002-03 CIAU Awards
  25. ^ SIC Awards 2003-04
  26. ^ (French) Championnat canadien 2004-05 de hockey sur glace Féminin SIC
  27. ^ (French) Championnat féminin de hockey sur glace de SIC 2005-06
  28. ^ (French) Championnat féminin de hockey sur glace de SIC 2005, Étoiles du Championnat
  29. ^ (French) Championnat féminin de hockey sur glace de SIC 2006-07, Étoiles du Championnat
  30. ^ (French) Championnat de hockey sur glace 2007-08, Étoiles canadiens
  31. ^ (French) Championnat féminin de hockey sur glace de SIC 2007-08, Étoiles du Championnat
  32. ^ (French) Championnat féminin de hockey sur glace 2008-09, Étoiles canadiens
  33. ^ (French) Chanpionnat féminin de hockey sur glace de SIC Canada 2008-09, Étoiles du Championnat
  34. ^ (French) Championnat féminin de Hockey sur glace de SIC 2009-10, Étoiles canadiens
  35. ^ (French) Championnat féminin de Hockey sur glace de SIC 2009, Étoiles de Championnat
  36. ^ (French) Honneurs et étoiles de SIC 2010-11
  37. ^ (French) CIS, Étoiles du championnat 2010-11
  38. ^ Awards and All-Canadians

References

See also

  • 2011 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2010 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2009 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2008 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2007 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2006 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2005 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2004 CIS women's ice hockey Championship
  • 2003 CIS women's ice hockey Championship

Previous Championship tournaments

Reference[38]

Playoff All-Star selections
CIS championship MVP award: Amanda Tapp, Calgary Dinos
Sportsmanship : Andrea Boras, Alberta Pandas
G: Amanda Tapp, Calgary Dinos
D: Stephanie Ramsay, Calgary Dinos
D: Élizabeth Mantha, Montréal Carabins
F: Kim Deschênes, Montréal Carabins
F: Leslie Oles, McGill Matlet
F: Hayley Wickenheiser, Calgary Dinos
All-Rookie Team
G: Rebecca Bouwhuis, Waterloo Warriors
D: Valérie Watson, Ottawa Gee-Gees
D: Kristen Barbara, York Lions
F: Mélodie Daoust, McGill Martlets
F: Marie-Pier Arsenault, Moncton Aigles Bleu
F: Sadie Lenstra, Lethbridge Pronghorns
Second All-Star team
G: Rebecca Bouwhuis, Waterloo Warriors
D: Stephanie Ramsay, Calgary Dinos
D: Jacalyn Sollis, Guelph Gryphons
F: Hayley Wickenheiser, Calgary Dinos
F: Mélodie Daoust, McGill Martlets
F: Jill Morillo UOIT Ridgebacks
First All-Star Team
G: Charline Labonté, McGill Martlets
D: Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
D: Suzanne Fenerty, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
F: Alex Normore, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Julie Paetsch, Saskatchewan Huskies

2011-12

Reference[37]

Playoff All-Star selections
CIS championship MVP award:Jordanna Peroff, McGill Martlets
Sportsmanship : Nicole Pratt, Alberta Pandas
G: Mel Dodd-Moher, Queen’s Golden Gaels
D: Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
D: Suzanne Fenerty, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Carolyn Campbell, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Jordanna Peroff, McGill Martlets
F: Leslie Oles, McGill Martlets

Reference[36]

All-Rookie Team
G: Nicole Kesteris, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Alannah Wakefield, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Jenna Pitts, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Alex Normore, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Katia Clément-Heydra, McGill Martlets
F: Laura Brooker, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
Second All-Star team
G: Beth Clause, Brock Badgers
D: Gillian Ferrari, McGill Martlets
D: Laura Shearer, Dalhousie Tigers
F: Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
F: Alex Normore, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Breanne George, Saskatchewan Huskies
First All-Star Team
G: Charline Labonté, McGill Martlets
D: Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
D: Suzanne Fenerty, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Hayley Wickenheiser, Calgary Dinos
F: Mariève Provost, Moncton Aigles Bleus
F: Kelly Walker, Brock Badgers

2010-11

Reference[35]

Playoff All-Star selections
CIS championship MVP award: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
Sportsmanship Award: Suzanne Fenerty, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
G: Charline Labonté, McGill Martlets
D: Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
F: Mariève Provost, Moncton Aigles Bleus
F: Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
F: Andrea Ironside, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks

Reference[34]

All-Rookie Team
G: Kendyl Valenta, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Stephanie Ramsay, Alberta Pandas
D: Julia Endicott, Waterloo Warriors
F: Marie-Andrée Leclerc-Auger, McGill Martlets
F: Tamara Bell, Guelph Gryphons
F: Janelle Parent, IPE Panthers
Second All-Star Team
G: Stacey Corfield, Manitoba Bisons
D: Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
D: Stephanie Ramsay, Alberta Bisons
F: Vanessa Davidson, McGill Martlets
F: Andrea Ironside, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Alana Cabana, Alberta Pandas
First All-Star Team
G: Charline Labonté, McGill Martlets
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
D: Andrea Bevan, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
F: Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
F: Mariève Provost, Moncton Aigles bleus

2009-10

Reference[33]

Playoff All-Stars
CIS championship MVP award: Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
Sportsmanship Award: Suzanne Fenerty, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
G: Liz Knox, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
F: Vanessa Davidson, McGill Martlets
F: Andrea Ironside, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Lauren Meschino, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks

Reference[32]

All-Rookie Team
G: Kathy Desjardins, Moncton Aigles Bleus
D: Kerri Palmer, Carleton Ravens
D: Andrea Boras, Alberta Pandas
F: Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
F: Addie Miles, Manitoba Bisons
F: Jocelyn LeBlanc, Dalhousie Tigers
Second All-Star team
G: Stéphanie Lockert, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Marilynn Hay, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
D: Kerri Palmer, Carleton Ravens
F: Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
F: Janine Davies, Toronto Lady Blues
F: Lauren Barch, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
First All-Star Team
G: Charline Labonté, McGill Martlets
D: Andrea Bevan, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
F: Brayden Ferguson, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Jennifer Newton, Alberta Pandas
F: Vanessa Davidson, McGill Martlets

2008-09

Reference[31]

Playoff All-Star selections
CIS championship MVP award: Lindsay McAlpine, Alberta Pandas
Sportsmanship Award: Liane Kisil, Manitoba Bisons
G: Holly Tarleton, Alberta Pandas
D: Rayanne Reeve, Alberta Pandas
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
F: Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
F: Lindsay McAlpine, Alberta Pandas
F: Laurissa Kenworthy, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks

Reference[30]

All-Rookie Team
G: Melinda Choy, UBC Thunderbirds
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
F: Mariève Provost, Moncton Aigles Bleus
Second All-Star Team
G: Stephanie Lockert, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Marilynn Hay, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Rayanne Reeve, Alberta Pandas
F: Kate Allgood, Brock Badgers
F: Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
F: Christine Hartnoll, McGill Martlets
First All-Star team
G: Charline Labonté, McGill Martlets
D: Andrea Bevan, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
F : Lindsay McAlpine, Alberta Pandas
F: Mariève Provost, Moncton Aigles Bleus
F: Vanessa Davidson, McGill Martlets

2007-08

Reference[29]

Playoff All-Stars
CIS championship MVP award: Lindsay McAlpine, Alberta Pandas
Sportsmanship Award: Liane Kisil, Manitoba Bisons
G: Holly Tarleton, Alberta Pandas
D: Rayanne Reeve, Alberta Pandas
D: Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
F: Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
F: Lindsay McAlpine, Alberta Pandas
F: Laurissa Kenworthy, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
All-Rookie Team
G: Terri Ryerson, UBC Thunderbirds
D: Laura Grant, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Karissa Swan, Regina Cougars d
Second All-Stars Team
G: Emily Hobbs, Saint-Thomas Tommies
D: Kim Devereaux, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Arielle Schade, Regina Cougars
F: Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
F: Kim Kerr, Ottawa Gee-Gees
F: Rebecca Davies, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
First All-Stars Team
G: Melanie Quinn, York Lions
D: Ashley Stephenson, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Haleigh Callison, UBC Thunderbirds
F: Courtney Schriver, Saint Mary’s Huskies
F: Kate Allgood, Brock Badgers
F: Kristen Hagg, Alberta Pandas

2006-07

Reference[28]

Playoff All-Star selections
CIS championship MVP player: Ashley Stephenson, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
G: Cindy Eadie, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Ashley Stephenson, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Delaney Collins-Pye, Alberta Pandas
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
F: Laurissa Kenworthy, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Valérie Paquette, McGill Martlets

Reference[27]

All-Rookie Team
G: Catherine Herron, McGill Matlets
D: Sandy Roy, Concordia Stingers
D: Andrea Bevan, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
F: Elaine Dumas, Guelph Gryphons
F: Courtney Schriver, Saint Mary's Huskies
Second All-Stars Team
G: Cecilia Anderson, Concordia Stingers
D: Ashley Stephenson, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Jacqueline Stroeve, Lethbridge Horns
F: Kate Allgood, Brock Badgers
F: Dominique Rancour, Concordia Stingers
F: Kimberly Kerr, Ottawa Gee-Gees
First All-Stars Team
G: Cindy Eadie, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Delaney Collins-Pye, Alberta Pandas
D: Roxanne Dupuis, Concordia Stingers
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas d
F: Élizabeth Chiasson, Queen's Golden Gaels
F: Lindsay Taylor, Saint Mary's Huskies

2005-06

Reference[26]

Playoffs All Stars
G: Megan Takeda, Ottawa Gee-Gees
D: Judy Diduck, Alberta Pandas
D: Ashley Stephenson, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Véronique Lapierre, McGill Martlets
F: Lindsay Taylor, Saint Mary's Huskies
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
All-Rookie Team
G: Cecilia Anderson, Concordia Stingers
D: Katie Barrett, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Rebecca Davies, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
Second All-Stars Team
G: Lucie Fortin, UBC Thunderbirds
D: Joell Fiddler, Regina Cougars
D: Safiya Muharuma, Toronto Lady Blues
F: Véronique Lapierre, McGill Martlets
F: Lindsay Taylor, Saint Mary's Huskies
F: Dominique Rancour, Concordia Stingers
First All-Stars Team
G: Cecilia Anderson, Concordia Stingers
D: Judy Diduck, Alberta Pandas
D: Alison Goodman, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Elizabeth Chiasson, Queen's Golden Gaels
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
F: Delaney Collins, Alberta Pandas

In 2004, Canadian Interuniversity Sport modified named two All-Star teams (first All-Stars and now second All-Stars) and an All-Rookie Team, as well as maintaining the selection of All-Stars Team for the playoffs tournament.

2004-05

Reference[25]

Playoff All-Star selections
G: Alison Houston, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Michelle Koester, Lethbridge Horns
D: Carol Scheibel, Alberta Pandas
D: Susie Laska, Toronto Lady Blues
F: Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
Regular season
G: Kim St-Pierre, McGill Martlets
G: Alison Houston, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Sue Kaye, Concordia Stingers
D: Alison Goodman, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Judy Diduck, Alberta Pandas
D: Kim Malcher, Toronto Lady Blues
F: Marie-Claude Allard, Concordia Stingers
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
F: Karrie Boyle, Saint Mary’s Huskies
F: Elizabeth Chiasson, Queen’s Golden Gaels
F: Krissy Thompson, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas

In 2003, Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) made the addition of an All-Stars category for the playoffs.

2003-04

Reference[24]

G: Cindy Eadie, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
G: Stacey McCullough, Alberta Pandas
D: Judy Diduck, Alberta Pandas
D: Suzanne Kaye, Concordia Stingers
D: Alison Goodman, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
D: Melanie Roach, York Lions
F : Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas
F: Marie-Claude Allard, Concordia Stingers
F: Kerri-Ann Rudaniecki, Guelph Gryphons
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
F: Sophie Acheson, McGill Martlets
F: Tasha Noble, Saint Mary's Huskies

2002-03

Reference[23]

G: Kim St-Pierre, McGill Martlets
G : Alison Houston, Toronto Lady Blues
D: Leanne MacDonald, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
D: Virginie Bilodeau, Patriotes de UQTR
D: Susie Laska, Lady Blues de Toronto
D: Joell Fidler, Regina Cougars
F: Brandy West, Regina Cougars
F: Lisa Backman, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Lisa-Marie Breton, Concordia Stingers
F: Tasha Noble, Saint Mary's Huskies
F: Jen Rawson, Toronto Lady Blues
F: Krysty Lorenz, Alberta Pandas

2001-02

Reference[22]

G: Kim St-Pierre, McGill Martlets
G: Stacey McCullough, Alberta Pandas
D: Heather Vance, Toronto Varsity Blues
D: Virginie Bilodeau, Patriotes de UQTR
D: Carol Scheibel, Calgary Dinos
F: Jen Rawson, Toronto Varsity Blues
F: Guylaine Haché, Moncton Anges Bleus
F: Brandy West, Regina Cougars
F: Corinne Swirsky, Concordia Stingers
F: Lisa Backman, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas

2000-01

Reference[21]

G: Keely Brown, Toronto Varsity Blues
D: Geneviève Fagnan, Concordia Stingers
D: Leanne MacDonald, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
F: Julie Hornsby, McGill Martlets
F: Anne Rodrigue, Concordia Stingers
F: Krysty Lorenz, Alberta Pandas

CIS championship MVP player: Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas

Playoffs All Stars
G: Kim St-Pierre, McGill Martlets
G: Robyn Rittmaster, Calgary Dinos
D: Genevieve Fagnan, Concordia Stingers
D: Sandra Hustler, Windsor Lancers
D: Leanne MacDonald, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
D: Colleen Sostorics, Calgary Dinos
F: Lisa Backman, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
F: Urszula May, Toronto Varsity Blues
F: Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas
F: Caroline Proulx, Patriotes de UQTR
F: Corinne Swirsky, Concordia Stingers
F: Brandy West, Regina Cougars
Kim St-Pierre was elected to CIS All-Star teams four times.

1999-2000

Reference[20]

G: Lesley Jordan, Saint Mary's Huskies
G: Shelly Campbell, Windsor Lancers de
D: Alana Mullins, Acadia Axewomen
D: Delaney Collins, Concordia Stingers
D: Ali MacMillan, Toronto Varsity Blues
D: Colleen Sostorics, Calgary Dinos
F: Corinne Swirsky, Concordia Stringers
F: Kelly Bechard, Calgary Dinos
F: Tasha Noble, Saint Mary's Huskies
F : Coley Dosser, Guelph Gryphons
F: Anne Rodrigue, Concordia Stingers
F: Sue Ann Van Damme, Toronto Varsity Blues

1998-99

All Star Teams

Reference[18] · [19]

1999-00 Les Lawton, Concordia Stingers
2000-01 Karen Hughes,Toronto Lady blues
2001-02 Howie Draper, Alberta Pandas
2002-03 Peter Smith, Martlets de McGill and Lisa MacDonald, Saint Mary's Huskies
2003-04 Howie Draper, Alberta Pandas
2004-05 Todd Erskine, Brock Badgers
2005-06 Lesley Jordan, Dalhousie Tigers
2006-07 Rhéal Bordage, Moncton Aigles Bleus
2007-08 Peter Smith, McGill Martlets
2008-09 Howie Draper, Alberta Pandas
2009-10 Steve Kook, Saskatchewan Huskies
2010-11 Jim Denham, Brock Badgers
2011-12 Peter Smith, McGill Martlets

Coach of the year

2009-10 Katie Harvieux, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
2010-11 Nicole Pratt, Alberta Pandas
2011-12 Andrea Boras, Alberta Pandas

The award recognizes the manners and the sportsmanship of one student-athlete on the ice rink:

R.W. Pugh Fair Play Award

1997-98 Karen Kendall, Concordia Stingers
1998-99 Bridget Bates, Toronto Lady Blues
1999-00 Karina Verdon, Ottawa Gee-Gees
2000-01 Virginie Bilodeau, Patriotes de UQTR
2001-02 Lauren Houghton, Concordia Stingers
2002-03 Jenny McRae, Toronto Lady Blues
2003-04 Janna Gillis, Concordia Stingers
2004-05 Sue McCutcheon, Toronto Lady blues
2005-06 Leah Kutcher, Dalhousie Tigers
2006-07 Taryn Barry, Alberta Pandas
2007-08 Shauna Denis, McGill Martlets
2008-09 Danika Smith, Ottawa Gee-Gees
2009-10 Kaitlyn McNutt, Dalhousie Tigers
2010-11 Andrea Switalski, Mount Allison Mounties
2011-12 Jill Morillo, UOIT Ridgebacks

The award honours Marion Hillard, a top player on the University of Toronto Varsity Blues outstanding hockey team which captured six championships from 1922-27. Hillard was President of the University Hockey Club and was a member of the women's Athletic Directorate for four years. The award recognizes excellence in a student-athlete in three areas: hockey, academics and community involvement.

Marion Hillard Award

Outstanding student-athlete

1999-00 Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
2000-01 Erin Tady, Regina Cougars
2001-02 Cindy Eadie, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
2002-03 Lindsay Taylor, Saint Mary's Huskies
2003-04 Cecilia Anderson, Concordia Stingers
2004-05 Courtney Schriver, Saint Mary's Huskies
2005-06 Karissa Swan, Regina Cougars
2006-07 Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
2007-08 Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
2008-09 Marie-Andrée Leclerc-Auger, McGill Martlets
2009-10 Caitlin MacDonald, Manitoba Bisons
2010-11 Alex Normore, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
2011-12 Mélodie Daoust, McGill Martlets

Rookie of the year

Brodrick Trophy
1997-98 Corinne Swirsky, Concordia Stingers
1998-99 Corinne Swirsky, Concordia Stingers
1999-2000 Corinne Swirsky, Concordia Stingers
2000-01 Brandy West, Regina Cougars
2001-02 Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas
2002-03 Kim St-Pierre, McGill Martlets
2003-04 Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
2004-05 Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
2005-06 Kate Allgood, Brock Badgers
2006-07 Lindsay McAlpine, Alberta Pandas
2007-08 Brayden Ferguson, Saint-Francis-Xavier X-Women
2008-09 Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
2009-10 Liz Knox, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
2010-11 Hayley Wickenheiser, Calgary Dinos
2011-12 Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill Martlets
October 8th 2010 : Hayley Wickenheiser celebrating her first CIS goal with the Calgary Dinos

Player of the year (Brodrick Trophy)

1997-98 Corinne Swirsky, Concordia Stingers
1998-99 Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas
1999-00 Kim St-Pierre, McGill Martlets
2000-01 Jen Rawson, Toronto Lady Blues
2001-02 Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
2002-03 Lori Shupak, Alberta Pandas
2003-04 Danielle Bourgeois, Alberta Pandas
2004-05 Ashley Stephenson, Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks
2005-06 Tarin Podloski, Alberta Pandas
2006-07 Lindsay McAlpine, Alberta Pandas
2007-08 Cathy Chartrand, McGill Martlets
2008-09 Catherine Ward, McGill Martlets
2009-10 Stephanie Ramsay, Alberta Pandas
2010-11 Jordanna Peroff, McGill Martlets
2011-12 Amanda Tapp, Calgary Dinos
2014-15 Kelly Campbell, University Western Ontario

CIS championship MVP

Awards and honours

The Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey championship is awarded annually to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) women's ice hockey champions. The championship has been competed for in the CIS since 1998, when the sport was established in the league. Previously, the most important Canadian university women's ice hockey championship was the one from the Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Union (WIAU) (from 1921 till 1971), along with that of the Ontario Women's Interuniversity Athletic Association (OWIAA) (from 1972 till 1997) which awarded the Dr. Judy McCaw trophy to the team champion.

National Champions

University Varsity Name City Province Founded Arena Stadium Capacity
Carleton University Ravens Ottawa ON 1952 Ice House 500
Concordia University Stingers Montreal QC 1896 Ed Meagher Arena
McGill University Martlets Montreal QC 1821 McConnell Arena 1,500
Université de Montréal Carabins Montreal QC 1821 CEPSUM 2,461
University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Ottawa ON 1894 Sport Complex Arena 850

Ligue de Hockey Universitaire Féminin

University Varsity Name City Province Founded Arena Arena Capacity
Brock University Badgers St. Catharines ON 1964 Seymour-Hannah Sports & Entertainment Centre 1,400
University of Guelph Gryphons Guelph ON 1964 Gryphon Centre Arena 1,400
University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks Oshawa ON 2002 Campus Ice Centre 800
Queen's University Gaels Kingston ON 1841 Kingston Memorial Centre 3,300
Ryerson University Rams Toronto ON 1948 Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens 2,796
University of Toronto Varsity Blues Toronto ON 1827 Varsity Arena 4,100
University of Waterloo Warriors Waterloo ON 1957 Columbia Ice Field 1,000
University of Western Ontario Mustangs London ON 1878 Thompson Arena
Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks Waterloo ON 1957 Waterloo Recreation Complex 3,400
University of Windsor Lancers Windsor ON 1857 South Windsor Arena 1,000
York University Lions Toronto ON 1959 CanLan Ice Sports York 1,500

Ontario University Athletics

University Varsity Name City Province Founded Arena Arena Capacity
University of Alberta Pandas Edmonton AB 1908 Clare Drake Arena 3,000
University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Vancouver BC 1906 Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre 5,054
University of Calgary Dinos Calgary AB 1966 Olympic Oval 2,000
University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Lethbridge AB 1967 Nicholas Sheran Arena
University of Manitoba Bisons Winnipeg MB 1877 Max Bell Centre 2,121
University of Regina Cougars Regina SK 1974 The Co-Operators Centre
University of Saskatchewan Huskies Saskatoon SK 1907 Rutherford Arena 700

Canada West Universities Athletic Association

University Varsity Name City Province Founded Arena Arena Capacity
Dalhousie University Tigers Halifax NS 1818 Dalhousie Memorial Arena 1,280
Université de Moncton Aigles Bleues Moncton NB 1864 J. Louis Levesque Arena
Mount Allison University Mounties Sackville NB 1839 Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre 750
University of Prince Edward Island Panthers Charlottetown PEI 1969 MacLauchlan Arena
Saint Mary's University Huskies Halifax NS 1802 Alumni Arena 1,000
St. Francis Xavier University X-Women Antigonish NS 1853 Charles V. Keating Centre 1,500
St. Thomas University Tommies Fredericton NB 1910 Grant • Harvey Centre 1,500

Atlantic University Sport

For the 2011-12 season, the Canadian university women's ice hockey competition consists of four conferences and thirty teams:

Participating universities

[17] In the CIS regular season, 30 teams play between 20 to 27 matches in their respective regional conferences. At the end of the season, qualifying rounds (in each regional conference) determine the champion team in each of the four Canadian regions. Afterwards, a national tournament takes place consisting of six teams: the winning team in each of the four regional championships conferences; (

Schedule structure

hosted the event and won the first CIS championship. Montreal in Concordia University, representing Concordia Stingers The month of March 1998 became a significant time period as the first Canadian national university championship in women’s ice hockey takes place. The [8]

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