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Queen’s gaels - Women’s SOCCER

MEDIA notes - 2010

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY GAELS 2010 CIS WOMEN’S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP

November 11-14, 2010 • University of Prince Edward Island • Charlottetown, PEI. MEDIA Notes Produced: November 9, 2010

2010-11 Season Results Exhibition Results Aug. 19/2010 at Montréal Aug. 27/2010 vs. UQAM

2010 WOMEN’S SOCCER

CHAMPIONSHIP Season Recap The 2010-11 edition of the Queen’s Gaels sees a hungry squad looking to improve upon its fourth place finish at the CIS championship a year ago. The Gaels finished the regular season atop the OUA with 42 points and a 14-2-0 record. The season was highlighted by a six game winning streak from Sept. 18 to Oct. 3 that saw the team outscore their opposition 21-4. Queen’s only two defeats came at the hands of the Ottawa Gee-Gees by slim 1-0 margins. Despite those two defeats, the team still managed to finish as the top-ranked team in the nation, reaching the milestone in the last week of the season. It was the first time the Gaels have been ranked No. 1 since 1998. In the playoffs, the Gaels dispensed of the Nipissing Lakers in a thrilling OUA Quarter-final matchup. After Kelli Chamberlain (North Bay, Ont.) gave the Gaels the lead, the Lakers forced overtime with a last minute goal. However, OUA scoring leader Jacqueline Tessier (Winnipeg, Man.) gave Queen’s the win by scoring just eight minutes into overtime to send the Gaels to the OUA Final Four. The team’s semifinal matchup against McMaster saw the Gaels put on a show for the hometown crowd as they posted a 3-0 victory over the Marauders, advancing them to the OUA Championship. In the final, the Laurier Golden Hawks would spoil the party for Queen’s as they pulled out a 1-0 win over the Gaels. The Gaels are led by CIS Most Valuable Player candidate Jacqueline Tessier, who led the nation with 18 goals during the regular season and added two during the post-season to bring her overall total to 20. Fellow Striker Kelli Chamberlain also put together a career year, finishing with 10 goals to finish second behind Tessier in the OUA. In the midfield, the Gaels are very deep, anchored by attacking winger Jennifer Hutchinson (St. John’s Nfld.), who had four goals for the team this year. In the middle, the Gaels boast an experienced duo of Angela Sullivan (Scarborough, Ont.) and Chantal McFetridge (Kelowna, B.C.). 2009-10 OUA East Rookie of the Year Riley Filion (Alexandria, Ont.) patrols the opposite wing from Hutchinson. Queen’s back four, led by Brienna Shaw (Vancouver, B.C.) and 2009-10 CIS Tournament All-Star Mikyla Kay (West Vancouver, B.C.), were solid all season for Queen’s, helping the team surrender just 10 goals during the regular season. Joining Shaw and Kay in the back is rookie Melissa Jung (Mississauga, Ont.) and Victoria Gonzalez-Milroy (Vancouver, B.C.). In goal, the Gaels rely on Chantel Marson (London, Ont.) and Elena Corry (Hamilton, Ont.). Both players split the majority of games during the regular season and playoffs. They will be relied upon to provide leadership during the national championship as they both saw action during last year’s tournament.

Old Four Tournament (Kingston, Ont.) Aug. 28/2010 vs. Toronto Aug. 29/2010 vs. Western

L 0-2 L 0-1

Regular Season Results Sept. 4/2010 at Carleton Sept. 5/2010 vs. Trent Sept.11/2010 at Toronto Sept.12/2010 at Ryerson Sept.15/2010 vs. Ottawa Sept.18/2010 at Trent Sept.25/2010 vs. Nipissing Sept.26/2010 vs. Laurentian Sept.29/2010 vs. Carleton Oct. 2/2010 at RMC Oct. 3/2010 vs. RMC Oct. 6/2010 at Ottawa Oct. 16/2010 vs. Ryerson Oct. 17/2010 vs. Toronto Oct. 23/2010 at Nipissing Oct. 24/2010 at Laurentian

W 4-0 W 9-1 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 0-1 W 4-0 W 3-2 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 6-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 2-0

OUA Playoff Results OUA First Round Oct. 27/2010 BYE OUA Quarter-Final Oct. 30/2010 vs. Nipissing OUA Semifinal Nov. 6/2010

W 2-1 (OT)

vs. McMaster

OUA Championship Nov. 7/2010 vs. Wilfrid Laurier

W 3-0 L 0-1

By The Numbers

Regular Season Record: 14-2-0 (Home: 7-1 Away: 7-1) Regular Season Finish: 1st - OUA East Division (42 pts) Playoff Record: 2-1 (Home: 2-1, Away 0-0, Neutral 0-0) Overall Record: 16-3 (Home: 9-2, Away: 7-1) Playoff finish: OUA finalist (silver) Final Top 10 ranking (Nov. 2): No. 1 Best Top 10 ranking (10 weeks): No. 1 (1 week: final poll) Number of weeks in Top 10 (10 weeks): 10 CIS championship appearances (including 2010): 11 CIS championship all-time record: 8-12-4 (.417) CIS championship all-time medals: 1 (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze) CIS championship best result: 1-time champions (1988) CIS championship last appearance: 2009 (4th place) Head Coach Dave McDowell (23rd Season) All-Time Record: 228-67-61 (.726)

Media Inquiries

GAELS Quick Facts University Information Location:...............................................................................Kingston, Ont. Enrollment:.........................................................................................22,477 Founded:................................................................................................ 1841 Colours:...............................................................................Gold, Blue, Red University Website:.....................................................www.queensu.ca Athletics Website:................................................www.gogaelsgo.com Conference: ................................ Ontario University Athletics (OUA)

L 1-3 W 3-0

Team Information Head Coach:...........................................Dave McDowell (23rd Season) Inaugural Season:................................................................................ 1984 Home Field: ............................................. Richardson Stadium (Grass) Overall Record:.......................................................... 255-72-65 (.753%) Record 2009-10:................................................................... 16-4-2 (.773) League Champions:........................................ 2002, 2001, 1988, 1984 National Champions:......................................................................... 1988

Michael Grobe Communications and Sports Information Officer (p) 613.533.6000 x 77369 (c) 613.484.6763 (e) comm.sio@queensu.ca

Jamie Howieson Sports Information Assistant (p) 613-533-6000 x 75360 (c) 613-449-8385 (e) qsports@queensu.ca

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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QuEen’s Gaels - Roster #

Last Name

First Name

Pos.

Hgt

Elig Yr.

Course

Hometown

High School

Bache

Lisa

Striker

5-2

2

Physical and Health Education

Burlington, Ont.

Notre Dame Catholic SS

Buckham

Sara

Defender

5-6

4

Kinesiology

Burlington, Ont.

M.M.Robinson HS

24

Carew

Sabrina

Goalkeeper

5-3

1

Biology

Thunder Bay, Ont.

St. Ignatius HS

16

3

Chamberlain

Kelli

Striker

5-3

4

Physical and Health Education

North Bay, Ont.

Widdifield SS

21

Clemens

Saffia

Midfielder

5-6

1

Arts & Science

Vancouver, B.C.

Prince of Wales HS

1

Corry

Elena

Goalkeeper

5-10

4

Kinesiology

Hamilton, Ont.

Westdale HS

14

Cory

Julia

Midfielder

5-9

2

Life Sciences

Vancouver, B.C.

Lord Byng SS

20

Crnic

Kayla

Striker/Midfielder

5-6

1

Commerce

Milton, Ont.

Bishop PF Reding CSS

12

Filion

Riley

Midfielder

5-8

2

Kinesiology

Alexandria, Ont.

Glengarry District HS

8

Gonzalez-Milroy

Victoria

Defender

5-8

2

Sociology

Vancouver, B.C.

Kitsilano SS

18

Hutchinson

Jennifer

Midfielder

5-3

3

Biology

St. John's, NL

Gonzaga HS

22

Jordan

Joanna

Midfielder

5-6

1

History

Vancouver, B.C.

Lord Byng SS

17

Jung

Melissa

Midfielder

5-7

1

Physics

Mississauga, Ont.

St. Aloysius Gonzaga SS

6

Kampman

Mary

Midfielder

5-4

4

Geography

Penticton, B.C.

Penticton HS

2

Kay

Mikyla

Defender

5-8

2

Kinesiology

West Vancouver, B.C.

West Vancouver SS

30

Marson

Chantel

Goalkeeper

5-3

4

Physical and Health Education

London, Ont.

London Central SS

13

McFetridge

Chantal

Midfielder

5-8

2

Kinesiology

Kelowna , B.C.

Okanagan Mission SS

9

McKinty

Alexis

Midfielder

5-6

2

Concurrent Education

Burlington, Ont.

M.M.Robinson HS

5

Raddysh

Meredith

Defender

5-5

2

Physics

Salt Spring Island , B.C.

Gulf Islands SS

7

Rybicki

Summer

23

Semple

Devin

Defender

5-6

2

Biology

Burlington, Ont.

Aldershot HS

Goalkeeper

5-7

1

Physical and Health Education

Ajax, Ont.

Ajax HS

10

Shaw

4

Sullivan

Brienna

Defender

5-6

3

Civil Engineering

Vancouver, B.C.

Kitsilano SS

Angela

Midfielder

5-6

3

Sociology

Scarborough, Ont.

Pope John Paul II CSS

19

Tessier

Jacqueline

11

Waintraub

Michelle

Striker

5-7

2

Music

Peterborough, Ont.

St. John's Ravenscourt

Defender

5-7

3

Political Studies

Richmond Hill, Ont.

Bayview SS

15

Wong

Paula

Defender

5-7

2

Kinesiology

Ottawa, Ont.

St. Joseph Catholic HS

cOACHING sTAff Head Coach: Dave McDowell (23rd Year) Assistant Coaches: Marco Giacomello, Hanna Schoichet, Justin Hall

NUMERICAL ROSTER #

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 30 -

Name

Student Trainer: Jaime Smith Strength Coach: Rodney Wilson

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Position

Elena Corry Goalkeeper Mikyla Kay Defender Kelli Chamberlain Striker Angela Sullivan Midfielder Meredith Raddysh Defender Mary Kampman Midfielder Summer Rybicki Defender Victoria Gonzalez-Milroy Defender Alexis McKinty Midfielder Brienna Shaw Defender Michelle Waintraub Defender Riley Filion Midfielder Chantal McFetridge Midfielder Julia Cory Midfielder Paula Wong Defender Lisa Bache Striker Melissa Jung Midfielder Jennifer Hutchinson Midfielder Jacqueline Tessier Striker Kayla Crnic Striker/Midfielder Saffia Clemens Midfielder Joanna Jordan Midfielder Devin Semple Goalkeeper Sabrina Carew Goalkeeper Chantel Marson Goalkeeper Sara Buckham Defender

#

Name

Pronunciation

1 Elena Corry

AH-LAY-NAH COR-EY

2 Mikyla Kay

MEH-KAI-LA KAY

3 Kelli Chamberlain 4 Angela Sullivan 5 Meredith Raddysh

KELLY CHAMBER-LEN ANGELA SULLIVAN

#

Name

17 Melissa Jung 18 Jennifer Hutchinson 19 Jacqueline Tessier 20 Kayla Crnic

Pronunciation

MELISSA YOUNG JENNIFER HUTCH-IN-SON JACK-LIN TESS-E-EH KY-LA SIR-NIC

MARE-EH-DITH RAD-DISH

21 Saffia Clemens

SAF-FIA CLE-MENS

6 Mary Kampman

MARY CAMP-MAN

22 Joanna Jordan

JOE-ANN-NA JORDAN

7 Summer Rybicki

SUMMER RYE-BIC-KEY

23 Devin Semple

DEV-IN SEMP-LE

8 Victoria Gonzalez-Milroy VICTORIA GONE-ZA-LEZ MILL-ROY

24 Sabrina Carew

9 Alexis McKinty

AH-LEX-IS MIC-KIN-TY

30 Chantel Marson

10 Brienna Shaw

BREE-ENNA SHAW

11 Michelle Waintraub 12 Riley Filion 13 Chantal McFetridge 14 Julia Cory 15 Paula Wong 16 Lisa Bache

Sara Buckham

SA-BREE-NA KA-ROO SHON-TELL MAR-SON SARA BUCK-EM

MICHELLE WAYNE-TROB RYE-LY FILL-EON SHON-TAL MC-FET-RIDGE JULIA COR-EY PAUL-A WONG LISA BAY-SH

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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ALL-TIME RECORD - SOCCER (W) CONFERENCE RECORD

CONFERENCE PLAYOFFS

CIS/CIAU CHAMPIONSHIP

OVERALL

SEASON

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

GP

W

L

GF

GA

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

PCT.

COACH

CONFERENCE

2010

16

14

0

2

50

10

3

2

1

5

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

19

16

1

2

55

12

0.894

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2009

16

13

1

2

39

5

3

2

1

6

3

3

1

2

0

3

3

22

16

4

2

48

11

0.773

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2008

14

8

4

2

22

9

2

1

1

2

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

9

5

2

24

10

0.625

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2007

16

8

1

7

26

4

1

0

1

0

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

17

8

2

7

26

6

0.676

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2006

16

12

1

3

44

12

3

2

1

5

1

3

2

1

0

4

4

22

16

3

3

53

17

0.795

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2005

12

7

0

5

26

8

4

3

1

5

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

10

1

5

31

11

0.781

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2004

12

8

1

3

36

3

3

2

1

4

2

3

2

1

0

5

4

18

12

3

3

45

9

0.750

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2003

10

8

0

2

34

3

3

2

1

8

5

2

0

1

1

1

2

15

10

2

3

43

10

0.767

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2002*

10

7

1

2

25

3

3

3

0

5

2

2

0

2

0

0

5

15

10

3

2

30

10

0.733

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2001*

10

5

1

4

24

9

3

3

0

4

0

3

0

2

1

3

6

16

8

3

5

31

15

0.656

Dave McDowell

OUA East

2000

10

6

3

1

21

7

3

2

1

2

2

2

0

1

1

0

1

15

8

5

2

23

10

0.600

Dave McDowell

OUA East

1999

12

8

1

3

38

4

1

0

1

1

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

13

8

2

3

39

8

0.731

Dave McDowell

OUA East

1998

12

11

0

1

37

8

3

2

1

5

3

2

0

1

1

0

2

17

13

2

2

42

13

0.824

Dave McDowell

OUA East

1997

12

7

4

1

28

12

3

2

1

4

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

15

9

5

1

32

16

0.633

Dave McDowell

OUA East

1996

12

5

1

6

32

9

3

2

1

5

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

15

7

2

6

37

13

0.667

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1995

12

8

1

3

33

7

3

2

1

4

5

2

1

1

0

1

3

17

11

3

3

38

15

0.735

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1994

12

6

3

3

?

?

1

0

1

3

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

13

6

4

3

3

4

0.577

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1993

10

8

1

1

33

7

3

2

1

4

5

-

-

-

-

-

-

13

10

2

1

37

12

0.808

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1992

10

7

2

1

38

7

1

0

1

2

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

11

7

3

1

40

9

0.682

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1991

10

6

3

1

36

9

1

0

1

0

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

11

6

4

1

36

10

0.591

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1990

10

7

1

2

?

?

2

0

2

3

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

12

7

3

2

3

4

0.667

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1989

10

7

2

1

?

?

3

2

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

13

9

3

1

?

?

0.731

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1988*^

10

7

2

1

28

6

3

3

0

7

2

2

2

0

0

5

3

15

12

2

1

40

11

0.833

Dave McDowell

OWIAA East

1987

10

7

1

2

29

4

2

1

1

4

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

12

8

2

2

33

8

0.750

Patricia Peebles

OWIAA East

1986

8

8

0

0

45

5

1

0

1

0

3

x

x

x

x

x

x

9

8

1

0

45

8

0.889

Patricia Peebles

OWIAA East

1985

6

5

0

1

18

8

5

3

2

10

6

x

x

x

x

x

x

11

8

2

1

28

14

0.773

Aldo Popazzi

OWIAA East

1984*

3

2

0

1

12

1

1

1

0

4

0

x

x

x

x

x

x

4

3

0

1

16

1

0.875

Sue Hofman

OWIAA

TOTALS

301

205

35

61

754

160

67

42

25

102

74

24

8

12

4

22

33

392

255

72

65

878

267

0.753

CIS/OUA AWARDS CIS All-Canadians: Renee MacLellan (2009), Eilish McConville (2006, 2005, 2004, 2003), Stacy Malloch (2003), Cecily Clarke (2002), Nuala Grieve (2001, 2000), Joanna Hackett (2000), Raeleen Dunne (1999, 1998), Audrey McKay (1999), Judith Trepanier (1998, 1996), Angie Crockford (1998), Jennifer Sarginson (1997), Sharon Jameson (1995), Martha Hall (1995, 1993), Vicki Lowes (1992), Catherine Angus (1990, 1989), Lisa Napolitano (1990), Cathy Redshaw (1989, 1988, 1987), Michelle Notaro (1988) CIS Player of the Year: Renee MacLellan (2009), Eilish McConville (2006), Raeleen Dunne (1999) CIS Rookie of the Year: Eilish McConville (2003) CIS Coach of the Year: Dave McDowell (1998, 1993) OUA Most Valuable Player: Jacquline Tessier (2010-East), Renee MacLellan (2009-East), Elish McConville (2006-East), Elish McConville (2005-East/ West), Elish McConville (2003-South/East). OUA Rookie of the Year: Riley Filion (2009-East), Brienna Shaw (2007-East), Laura Baker (2005-East/West), Elish McConville (2003-South/East), Ashley Barrett (2002-South/East).

OUA Coach of the Year: Dave McDowell (2010-East, 2009-East), Dave McDowell (2002-South-East), Dave McDowell (1998-North-East, 1995-North-East, 1993-North-East, 1990-North-East OUA All-Stars: Jacqueline Tessier (2010), Kelli Chamberlain (2010, 2008), Jennifer Hutchinson (2010, 2008), Brienna Shaw (2010, 2009, 2008), Mikyla Kay (2010), Riley Filion (2009), Renee MacLellan (2009, 2007, 2006), Victoria Gonzalez-Milroy (2009), Angela Sullivan (2008), Kate McKenna (2008), Hannah Shoichet (2007), Janine Clarke (2006), Eilish McConville (2006, 2005, 2004, 2003), Andrea Pigozzo (2006), Anna Singer (2004), Sarah Barradas (2004), Kate Chambers (2004), Stacy Malloch (2003), Ashley Barrett (2002), Cecily Clarke (2002), Nuala Grieve (2001, 2000), Audrey McKay (2001, 1999, 1998), Joanna Hackett (2000, 1997), Raeleen Dunne (1999, 1998), Chantal Duke (1999), Judith Trepanier (1998, 1996, 1995), Angie Crockford (1998), Jennifer Sarginson (1997), Sharon Jameson (1995, 1993, 1992), Martha Hall (1995, 1994, 1993), Jen Lawetz (1993), Vicki Loews (1992, 1991, 1990, 1988), Lisa Napolitano (1992, 1991, 1990), Heather Worthy (1991), Ala Lysyk (1990), Cathy Redshaw (1990, 1989, 1988, 1987), Catherine Angus (1990, 1989, 1987), Michele Notaro (1988), Dede Hunt (1988), Sarah Boswell (1987, 1986), Victoria Johnson (1986), Karen Newell (1986), Kim Johnson (1986)

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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Queen’s gaels - Women’s SOCCER CIS WOMEN’S SOCCER - FINAL Standings OUA East Division GP W L Queen’s 16 14 2 Ottawa 16 12 1 Toronto 16 8 4 Carleton 16 7 6 Laurentian 16 6 5 Nipissing 16 5 7 Ryerson 16 4 6 RMC 16 2 12 Trent 16 0 15

T 0 3 4 3 5 4 6 2 1

GF 50 37 28 20 15 35 14 11 4

GA 10 7 11 17 18 26 22 46 57

PTS 42 39 28 24 23 19 18 8 1

Win % 0.875 0.844 0.625 0.531 0.531 0.438 0.438 0.188 0.031

GP W L 14 11 1 14 8 4 14 5 4 14 5 6 14 6 8 14 4 6 14 3 6 14 3 10

T 2 2 5 3 0 4 5 1

PF 28 18 14 16 14 14 10 9

PA 10 10 11 12 18 15 16 31

PTS 35 26 20 18 18 16 14 10

Win % 0.857 0.643 0.536 0.464 0.429 0.429 0.393 0.250

GP W L UPEI 13 10 0 Dalhousie 13 10 1 Cape Breton 13 8 3 StFX 13 6 5 Saint Mary’s 13 4 5 Moncton 13 4 6 UNB 13 4 7 Mount Allison 13 2 6 Acadia 13 2 7 Memorial 13 1 11

T 3 2 2 2 4 3 2 5 4 1

PF 20 23 24 11 14 11 14 12 4 3

PA 1 4 9 14 11 18 22 16 17 24

PTS 33 32 26 20 16 15 14 11 10 4

Win % 0.885 0.846 0.692 0.538 0.462 0.423 0.385 0.346 0.308 0.115

CANADA WEST GP W L Alberta 14 10 2 Trinity Western 14 9 3 UFV 14 8 5 UBC 14 8 5 Saskatchewan 14 7 6 Calgary 14 6 5 Victoria 14 5 6 Regina 14 5 7 Manitoba 14 1 9 Lethbridge 14 1 12

T 2 2 1 1 1 3 3 2 4 1

PF 32 26 24 23 25 23 15 10 10 8

PA 9 11 18 12 23 20 24 18 21 40

PTS Win % 32 0.786 29 0.714 25 0.607 25 0.607 22 0.536 21 0.536 18 0.464 17 0.429 7 0.214 4 0.107

QSSF GP W L Montreal 14 10 1 McGill 14 9 0 Laval 14 8 2 Sherbrooke 14 8 3 UQAM 14 4 7 Concordia 14 2 9 UQTR 14 1 10 Bishop’s 14 1 11

T 3 5 4 3 3 3 3 2

PF 46 36 39 28 11 7 7 7

PA 8 9 17 13 19 34 38 43

PTS 33 32 28 27 15 9 6 5

OUA West Division Laurier McMaster Windsor Western York Brock Guelph Waterloo

AUS

Win % 0.821 0.821 0.714 0.679 0.393 0.250 0.179 0.143

MEDIA notes - 2010 REGULAR SEASON STATICTICS - QUEEN’S GAELS (2010-11) ##

Player

GP

G

YC

RC

19

JACQUELINE TESSIER

16

18

2

0

3

KELLI CHAMBERLAIN

16

10

0

0

10

BRIENNA SHAW

15

4

0

0

18

JENNIFER HUTCHINSON

14

4

0

0

6

MARY KAMPMAN

16

2

0

0

9

ALEXIS MCKINTY

15

2

0

0

14

JULIA CORY

14

2

0

0

17

MELISSA JUNG

13

2

0

0

12

RILEY FILION

12

2

0

0

4

ANGELA SULLIVAN

16

1

1

0

13

CHANTAL MCFETRIDGE

13

1

0

0

15

PAULA WONG

13

1

0

0

20

KAYLA CRNIC

10

1

0

0

2

MIKYLA KAY

14

0

1

0

1

ELENA CORRY

13

0

0

0

7

SUMMER RYBICKI

13

0

0

0

16

LISA BACHE

11

0

0

0

30

CHANTEL MARSON

11

0

0

0

11

MICHELLE WAINTRAUB

6

0

0

0

8

VICTORIA GONZALEZ-MILROY

5

0

0

0

5

MEREDITH RADDYSH

5

0

0

0

21

SAFFIA CLEMENS

3

0

0

0

22

JOANNA JORDAN

3

0

0

0

23

DEVIN SEMPLE

1

0

0

0

OUA LEADERS - 2010-11 Rank

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Players

GP

G

YC

RC

1

19

Jacqueline Tessier - Queen’s

16

18

2

0

2

3

Kelli Chamberlain - Queen’s

16

10

0

0

3

18

Leesa Church - Nipissing

16

9

1

0

4

14

Elisabeth Wong - Ottawa

15

9

0

0

5

19

Nicole Arromba - Nipissing

16

8

0

0

6

6

Larissa Bruzzese - Brock

14

8

1

0

7

6

Amanda Ngwafusi - Carleton

16

7

1

0

8

0

Courtney Stocks - Western

13

7

0

0

9

13

Shayla Lavecchia - Carleton

14

6

1

0

10

0

Erin Grand - Western

14

6

0

0

11

8

Julia Marchese - Laurier

10

6

2

0

12

20

Christine Hardie - Ottawa

16

6

1

0

13

10

Calaigh Copland - Ryerson

15

5

2

0

14

14

Tara Dawdy - McMaster

14

5

0

0

15

20

Kate Crowley - Toronto

14

5

0

0

16

10

Candace Garrod - Windsor

12

5

1

0

17

8

Leanne Adams - Laurentian

14

4

0

0

18

11

Jennifer Dunn - Guelph

13

4

1

0

19

0

Amanda Mithrush - Laurier

11

4

1

0

20

14

Tara Chadwick - Waterloo

14

4

1

0

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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MEDIA notes - 2010

CIS CHAMPIONSHIP INFO

OPPONENTS - BRIEF LOOK

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

Cape Breton Capers (AUS Champions: 8-3-2 regular season / 3-0 playoffs)

Cape Breton Capers (AUS champions: 8-3-2 regular season / 3-0 playoffs)

The Capers come into this year’s championships as one of the hottest teams in the country as they are 10-0-2 in their last 12 games and haven’t lost a game since September 19th when they lost 1-0 to Acadia. After finishing third in the AUS during the regular season, Cape Breton upended Acadia in the Quarter-finals before knocking off last year’s champion, the Dalhousie Tigers, in the Semifinals. The Capers then took out the top team in the AUS, the UPEI Panthers, in the final match to claim the Atlantic championship.

Montreal Carabins (RSEQ champions: 10-1-3 regular season / 2-0 playoffs) Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks (OUA champions: 11-1-2 regular season / 3-0 playoffs) Fraser Valley Cascades (CWUAA champions: 8-5-1 regular season / 2-0 playoffs) UPEI Panthers (AUS finalists: 10-0-3 regular season / 1-1 playoffs) Laval Rouge et Or (RSEQ finalists: 8-2-4 regular season / 1-1 playoffs) Queen’s Gaels (OUA finalists: 14-2-0 regular season / 2-1 playoffs) UBC Thunderbirds (CWUAA finalists: 8-5-1 regular season / 1-1 playoffs) CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE (All times LOCAL: Atlantic Time) Wednesday, Nov. 10 6:00pm All-Canadian Awards Banquet Thursday, Nov. 11 10:00am Quarter-final 1: Cape Breton vs. Queen’s (SSN Canada webcast) 1:00pm Quarter-final 2: Fraser Valley vs. Laval (SSN Canada webcast) 4:00pm Quarter-final 3: Wilfrid Laurier vs. UBC (SSN Canada webcast) 7:30pm Quarter-final 4: Montreal vs. UPEI (SSN Canada webcast) Friday, Nov. 12 1:00pm Consolation 1: Loser QF 1 vs. Loser QF 2 (SSN Canada webcast) 4:00pm Consolation 2: Loser QF 3 vs. Loser QF 4 (SSN Canada webcast) Saturday, Nov. 13 1:00pm Semifinal 1: Winner QF 1 vs. Winner QF 2 (SSN Canada webcast) 4:00pm Semifinal 2: Winner QF 3 vs. Winner QF 4 (SSN Canada webcast) 7:00pm Consolation final (SSN Canada webcast) Sunday, Nov. 14 10:00am Bronze medal (SSN Canada webcast)

Montreal Carabins (RSEQ Champions: 10-1-3 regular season / 2-0 playoffs) The RSEQ champions have been one of the top teams in Canada all year, finishing the season ranked No. 2 in the country behind the Queen’s Gaels. The Carabins outscored their opponents 46-8 during the regular season, with their only blemish coming at the hands of the Laval Rouge et Or. After finishing first in the RSEQ, Montreal defeated Sherbrooke in the semifinals before overcoming the Rouge et Or is the championship match. Eva Thouvenot led the Carabins in scoring this year with 10 goals in 14 games. Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks (OUA Champions: 11-1-2 regular season / 3-0 playoffs) Laurier is returning to the national championship after a one year hiatus. The Golden Hawks come in as the surprising OUA Champions, after defeating the No. 1 Queen’s Gaels in the final match of the OUA Final Four tournament last weekend. With only one defeat on the season, that to the Windsor Lancers, the Golden Hawks will be a favourite to win the championship. Laurier’s lineup includes OUA West Player of the Year Tania Pedron, whose play in the OUA Championship match earned her Game MVP as she shutdown the Gaels potent offensive attack. Fraser Valley Cascades (CWUAA Champions: 8-5-1 regular season / 3-0 playoffs) First year head coach Rod Biesbrecht has the Canada West Champions playing their best soccer of the season as they come into the CIS Championship. Despite being unranked all season, the upstart Cascades mowed down the competition in the playoffs, knocking off the two-time CIS Champions, the Trinity Western Spartans, in the semifinals before defeating UBC in the championship match. Similar to the Brock Badgers in 2008, Fraser Valley will be an up-andcoming team to watch at this year’s tournament. UPEI Panthers (AUS Finalists: 10-0-3 regular season / 1-1 playoffs) The host Panthers come into the CIS Championship after seeing their unbeaten run ended in the AUS Championship by the Cape Breton Capers. UPEI finished the season ranked No. 7 in Canada and will be making their second consecutive appearance in the national championship after finishing sixth last year. Laval Rouge et Or (RSEQ Finalists: 8-2-4 regular season / 1-1 playoffs) Laval has the ability to make some noise at this year’s tournament after handing the No. 2 team in the country, the Montreal Carabins, their only loss of the season. Making their first appearance since a fifth place finish in 2007, Laval will look to Marwa Chebbi and Melissande Guy to lead their team after the two finished with nine and eight goals respectively this year.

1:00pm Championship final (SSN Canada webcast)

UBC Thunderbirds (CWUAA Finalists: 8-5-1 regular season / 1-1 playoffs) Championship Website: http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/wsoc/index

The winners of five national championships, the Thunderbirds are another team that surprised the competition in the playoffs to advance to Charlottetown. UBC upset the top-ranked team in Canada West, the Alberta Pandas, 2-1 in the semifinals after finishing the season fourth in the conference. Look for Janine Frazao to play a big role in any success that the Thunderbirds have here this week.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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MEDIA notes - 2010

MEET THE QUEEN’S GAELS

#1- Elena Corry Goalkeeper Hamilton, Ont.

#2- Mikyla Kay Defender West Vancouver, B.C.

#3- Kelli Chamberlain Striker North Bay, Ont.

#4- Angela Sullivan Midfielder Scarborough, Ont.

#5- Meredith Raddysh Defender Salt Spring Island , B.C.

#6- Mary Kampman Midfielder Penticton, B.C.

#7- Summer Rybicki Defender Burlington, Ont.

#8- Victoria Gonzalez-Milroy Defender Vancouver, B.C.

#9- Alexis McKinty Midfielder Burlington, Ont.

#10- Brienna Shaw Defender Vancouver, B.C.

#11- Michelle Waintraub Defender Richmond Hill, Ont.

#12- Riley Filion Midfielder Alexandria, Ont.

#13- Chantal McFetridge Midfielder Kelowna , B.C.

#14- Julia Cory Midfielder Vancouver, B.C.

#15- Paula Wong Defender Ottawa, Ont.

#16- Lisa Bache Striker Burlington, Ont.

#17- Melissa Jung Midfielder Mississauga, Ont.

#18- Jennifer Hutchinson Midfielder St. John’s, NL

#19- Jacqueline Tessier Striker Peterborough, Ont.

#20- Kayla Crnic Striker/Midfielder Milton, Ont.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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#21- Saffia Clemens Midfielder Vancouver, B.C.

Sara Buckham Defender Burlington, Ont.

#22- Joanna Jordan Midfielder Vancouver, B.C.

MEDIA notes - 2010

#23- Devin Semple Goalkeeper Ajax, Ont.

#24- Sabrina Carew Goalkeeper Thunder Bay, Ont.

#30- Chantel Marson Goalkeeper London, Ont.

Dave McDowell Head Coach 23rd Season

TEAM PHOTO

Back Row (L-R): Kayla Crnic, Jennifer Hutchinson, Jacqueline Tessier, Melissa Jung, Alexis McKinty, Chantal McFetridge, Riley Filion, Mikyla Kay, Summer Rybicki, Julia Cory, Sara Buckham, Paula Wong, Victoria Gonzalez-Milroy, Sabrina Carew, Devin Semple, Meredith Raddysh Front Row (L-R): Chantel Marson, Melissa Waintraub, Kelli Chamberlain, Mary Kampman, Angela Sullivan, Brienna Shaw, Joanna Jordan, Lisa Bache, Saffia Clemens, Elena Corry, Jamie Smith (Trainer)

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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MEDIA notes - 2010

PLAYERS TO WATCH Kelli Chamberlain #3 - Striker Hometown: North Bay, Ont. Program: Physical and Health Education Year: 4th High School: Widdifield SS Club Team: Kamloops Heat

Jacqueline Tessier #19 – Striker Hometown: Winnipeg, Man. Program: Music Year: 2nd High School: St. John’s Ravenscourt Club Team: Kingston FC

Named a 2010 OUA East First Team All-Star... Finished with 10 regular season goals which placed her second in the OUA behind teammate Jacqueline Tessier (Winnipeg)... Finished tied for 10th place in OUA scoring with six goals in 2009... Named a 2008 OUA East Second Team All-Star... Played in 10 games in rookie season... First career goal came in a 3-2 loss to Nipissing on Sept. 13, 2008 (75th min). Year

GP

G

YC

RC

2010-11

16

10

0

0

2009-10

16

6

0

0

2008-09

13

3

0

0

2007-08

10

0

0

0

TOTAL

55

19

0

0

Recipient of the 2010 OUA East Most Valuable Player... Named a 2010 OUA East First Team All-Star... Led the nation in scoring with 18 goals in 2010... Tallied two goals in 2010 OUA playoffs... Scored overtime goal against Nipissing to advance Queen’s to 2010 OUA Final Four ... Scored lone Gaels goal in CIS Bronze Medal game in 2009... Tallied three goals in rookie season (2009) playing in 12 games with the Gaels... First career goal came in a 3-0 win against Ryerson on Sept. 5, 2009 (25th min). Year

GP

G

YC

RC

2010-11

16

18

2

0

2009-10

12

3

0

0

TOTAL

28

21

2

0

Mikyla Kay #2 –Defender Hometown: West Vancouver, B.C. Program: Kinesiology Year: 2nd High School: West Vancouver S.S. Club Team: Fraser Valley Action

Jennifer Hutchinson #18 – Midfielder Hometown: St. John’s, Nfld. Program: Biology Year: 3rd High School: Gonzaga HS Club Team: Kingston FC Named a 2010 OUA East First Team All-Star... Tallied a career high four goals in 2010 season (previous high was three in 2009)... Named a 2008 OUA East Second Team All-Star... Recorded two goals in rookie season (2008) playing in 14 regular season contests... First career goal came in a 2-0 win against RMC on Sept. 3, 2008 (37th min).

Named a 2010 OUA Second First Team All-Star... Named 2009 CIS Championship Tournament All-Star... Scored lone goal in Gaels 1-0 win over St. FX in quarter-final of 2009 CIS Championship... Recorded first career goal against Trent on Sept. 27, 2008 (90th min). Year

GP

G

YC

RC

14

0

1

0

Year

GP

G

YC

RC

2010-11

2010-11

14

4

0

0

2009-10

15

1

0

0

TOTAL

29

1

1

0

2009-10

16

3

0

0

2008-09

14

2

0

0

TOTAL

44

9

0

0

Brienna Shaw #10 – Defender Hometown: Vancouver, B.C. Program: Civil Engineering Year: 3rd High School: Kitsilano SS Club Team: North Vancouver PCSL Named a 2010 OUA East First Team All-Star... Named a 2009 OUA East Second Team All-Star... Registered a career high four goals in 2010... Selected to represent Canada at the 2009 Summer Universaide in Belgrade, Serbia... Awarded OUA East Rookie of the Year Award in 2008... Named a 2008 OUA East First Team All-Star... Recipient of the 2008-09 Alfie Pierce Award as Queen’s female rookie of the year. Year

GP

G

YC

RC

2010-11

15

4

0

0

2009-10

11

0

0

0

2008-09

15

0

0

0

TOTAL

41

4

0

0

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: 1988 • PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 2002 2001 1988 1984

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