The Concordia Stingers had three players selected to CIS All-Canadian teams last week. Goaltender Cecilia Anderson followed her first-team birth last season with a second-team appearance this season. She was joined with top scorer Dominique Rancour who also was named to the CIS second-team.
Fifth-year defenceman Roxanne Dupuis was honoured with her first first-team All-Canadian birth.
Dupuis had 11 points for the Stingers this season.
“It feels really good,” Dupuis said after the naming of the team.
“She is probably the best one-on-one players we’ve had here in five years.” Head coach Les Lawton said about Dupuis, who played her final game for Concordia this weekend. “She plays with her emotions on her sleeve and she displays leadership on and off the ice.”
Defender Sandy Roy, the QSSF Rookie of the Year, was named to the CIS All-Rookie Team.
Saint Mary’s Courtney Schriver won Rookie of the Year and Alberta’s Danielle Bourgeois won her second straight Broderick Trophy for Outstanding Player of the Year.