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 1 Cape Breton 18-2 
 2 UPEI 17-3 
 3 Acadia 13-7 
 4 UNB 12-8 
 5 Memorial 9-11 
 6 Dalhousie 8-12 
 7 St.Marys 3-17 
 8 St.Francis X. 0-20 
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 1 Regina 17-3 
 2 Calgary 17-3 
 3 Saskatchewan 16-4 
 4 Alberta 15-5 
 5 UBC 14-6 
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 7 Victoria 12-8 
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 2 Carleton 18-5 
 3 Ryerson 17-6 
 4 Queens 15-8 
 5 York 10-13 
 6 Laurentian 7-16 
 7 Toronto 6-17 
 8 Nipissing 3-20 
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 2 Lakehead 20-4 
 3 Windsor 17-7 
 4 Brock 11-13 
 5 Laurier 9-15 
 6 Guelph 9-15 
 7 Waterloo 6-18 
 8 Western 5-19 
 9 Algoma 5-19 
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 2 Concordia 10-6 
 3 McGill 10-6 
 4 UQAM 3-13 
 5 Bishops 2-14 
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Points Per Game
 Hannah BROWN
  Cape Breton
  (185-F-)
  Avg: 26.2
 1. Brown, Cape Breton26.2 
 2. McDonald, Acadia24.0 
 3. Hezekiah, Winnipeg23.6 
 4. Stewart, Memorial21.0 
 5. Grant, Lakehead20.6 
 6. Mongomo, UNBC20.1 
 7. Leclerc, Concordia19.1 
 8. Giannattasio, Victo.18.9 
 9. Claggett, UFV18.7 
 10. Filewich, UBC18.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Vasiliki LOUKA
  UNBC
  (193-F-96)
  Avg: 13
 1. Louka, UNBC13.0 
 2. Santo, UPEI12.6 
 3. Grant, Lakehead12.3 
 4. Brown, Cape Breton12.2 
 5. Diarra, McGill11.4 
 6. Berrouette, Bisho.11.1 
 7. Filewich, UBC10.7 
 8. Penn, UBC10.3 
 9. Korol, UBC Okanagan10.3 
 10. Hezekiah, Winnipeg10.1 
Assists Per Game
 Brooklynn MCALEAR-FANUS
  Ottawa
  (168-PG-)
  Avg: 5.4
 1. McAlear-F., Ottawa5.4 
 2. Botteselle, UBC O.4.7 
 3. Fomina, Lethbridge4.5 
 4. Hanson, UBC4.5 
 5. Blachier, UQAM4.5 
 6. Leclerc, Concordia4.4 
 7. Tatti, Brock4.4 
 8. Robertson, Ryerson4.3 
 9. McMillan, Victoria4.2 
 10. Emond, Laval4.1 
Steals Per Game
 Melissa TATTI
  Brock
  (163-G-)
  Avg: 4.1
 1. Tatti, Brock4.1 
 2. Minaker, Guelph3.0 
 3. Tinnes, Laurentian2.9 
 4. Buttenham, McMas.2.7 
 5. Hezekiah, Winnipeg2.6 
 6. Grant, Lakehead2.5 
 7. Leclerc, Concordia2.5 
 8. Overeem, Waterloo2.5 
 9. Stewart, Memorial2.5 
 10. Giles, Regina2.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Carolina DEL SANTO
  UPEI
  (185-C-)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Santo, UPEI2.4 
 2. McCusker, Regina2.3 
 3. Caron-G., Laval2.2 
 4. Harvey, Manitoba2.0 
 5. Ribarich, Ottawa1.7 
 6. Wright, Memorial1.6 
 7. Osamusali, Windsor1.6 
 8. Siwek-Smith, Laurier1.5 
 9. Lavergne, Queen's1.4 
 10. Diarra, McGill1.4 
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Historic win for the Saskatchewan Huskies - Mar 20, 2016


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Dalyce
Emmerson
The University of Saskatchewan Huskiesare the 2016 ArcelorMittal-Dofasco CIS Women's Basketball Champions. The Huskies take home the gold medal and the Bronze Baby trophy, which is emblematic of national university women's basketball supremacy. The Huskies defeated the Ryerson University Rams 85-71, before a national television audience and more than 1000 fans, at the University of New Brunswick's Richard J. Currie Center, in Fredericton. Fifth year Huskie Dalyce Emmerson (190-F-93) was named to the tournament all-star team and was also tournament MVP. She said the veterans helped settle down the whole team. "We were composed. Those emotions have been a factor when I have played in previous national finals, but this time, the senior girls led the way." Ryerson had a 22-18 lead in the first quarter, but Saskatchewan took a two-point lead into the half. "We were never in doubt," said Emmerson. "We weathered the storm, and kept coming. The turning point had to be going into the half by a one or two, and knowing we could keep the lead." By half-time, Saskatchewan led 42-40, and had an edge in rebounds 22-18. The Huskies kept the lead through the third quarter 69-61, and the edge in rebounds 30-24. Huskies coach Lisa Thomaidis was emotional after the game. The championship was the first for the Huskies women's basketball team. "Winning this makes you realize how special it is in this league, and how many things have to fall into place in order to win," said Thomaidis, who has also coached on the international scene. "This is different than international, where you are together for a summer or a season. This is big because we have a lot of time invested in the players, and the players have a lot invested in the program. In some cases, we have been together everyday for the past five years." At half-time Thomaidis said she told her players they had turned the corner. "I said, Ryerson has thrown their best at us in the first half, and in the second half we could lock it down." The Huskies have 4 players graduating. "The senior players showed their leadership. And the young players learned a lot from being here. You can't win this tournament with first year players. You need those veterans to bring that." Ryerson's Keneca Pingue-Giles (170-G) had 26 points in the losing cause. "I shot a lot,but they weren't falling for me, unlike other games in this tournament. They played us tough and things fell in for them." Ryerson coach Carly Clarke gave credit to Saskatchewan for finding a way to win. "They disrupted our flow. They brought a balanced attack and three or four players who could deliver," she said. Clarke was emotional after the game. "I'm proud of winning the silver. It's huge, but we were right in this game," she said. Ryerson was in its first national women's basketball final, so earning the silver medal was historic. "The silver is a testament to the hard work our team has done," said Clarke. "We held our own today, and all of us are proud of our time on the team," she said. Keneca Pingue-Giles was player of the game for Ryerson, and Laura Dally (183-G-92), who had 25 points and six rebounds, was the player of the game for Saskatchewan. Tournament All Stars were also named: Regina Cougars Charlotte Kot (183-F-95), Ryerson Rams Silvana Jez (185-G) and Keneca Pingue-Giles, and Saskatchewan Huskies Laura Dally and Daylce Emmerson. Total attendance for today's final game was 1066.

Courtesy of: cis-sic.ca

CIS All-Canadian 1st Team 2016
Keneca Pingue-Giles
Pingue-Giles
Paloma Anderson
Anderson
Laura Dally
Dally
Jessica Lubin
Lubin
Danielle Boiago
Boiago

All-Tournament MVP: Dalyce Emmerson (6'3''-F-93) of Saskatchewan
Player of the Year: Keneca Pingue-Giles (5'7''-G) of Ryerson
Rookie of the Year: Brooklyn Legault (6'1''-F) of Alberta
Defensive Player of the Year: Kennisha-Shanice Luberisse (G) of St.Mary's
Sylvia Sweeney Award: Ainsley MacIntyre (5'11''-F) of Dalhousie
Tracy MacLeod Award: Krista Van Slingerland (5'10''-G) of Ottawa
Coach of the Year: Ryan Thorne of McGill

1st Team
G: Keneca Pingue-Giles (5'7''-G) of Ryerson
G: Paloma Anderson (5'1''-G) of Acadia
G: Laura Dally (6'0''-G-92) of Saskatchewan
C: Jessica Lubin (6'1''-C) of UQAM
G: Danielle Boiago (5'7''-G) of McMaster

2nd Team
PG: Jessilyn Fairbanks (5'7''-PG) of Alberta
F: Kayli Sartori (6'1''-F) of UFV
C: Alexandria Kiss-Rusk (6'4''-C-93) of McGill
F: Alison Keough (6'1''-F-95) of Cape Breton
F: Charlotte Kot (6'0''-F-95) of Regina

All-Rookie Team
F: Brooklyn Legault (6'1''-F) of Alberta
F: Julia Curran (6'1''-F) of Western
G: Kaylee Anagnostopoulos (5'7''-G) of Windsor
G: Gladys Hakizimana (5'7''-G) of McGill
F: Maria Mongomo (5'10''-F-95) of UNBC

All-Tournament Team
F: Charlotte Kot (6'0''-F-95) of Regina
G: Silvana Jez (6'1''-G) of Ryerson
G: Keneca Pingue-Giles (5'7''-G) of Ryerson
G: Laura Dally (6'0''-G-92) of Saskatchewan
F: Dalyce Emmerson (6'3''-F-93) of Saskatchewan   



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