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Team celebrates bronze medals at Ryerson.
2018-19 bronze medallists

HISTORY AT U SPORTS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

8 appearances:

BRONZE: 2018-2019, 2011-2012

5th Place: 2004-2005

6th Place: 2012-2013, 2003-2004

7th Place: 2015-2016, 2009-2010, 2008-2009

HISTORY AT OUA/OWIAA CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP

2 championship wins

6 silver medals

GOLD: 2011-2012, 2003-2004

SILVER: 2018-2019, 2015-2016, 2009-2010, 2008-2009, 2004-2005, 1974-1975

BRONZE: 2012-2013, 1976-1977, 1975-1976, 1973-1974

Women's basketball team celebrates with 2012 OUA championship banner at Montpetit Hall.

Team with OUA banner and trophy at Montpetit Hall.  

ALL-CANADIANS:

Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus - 2019-2020, Second Team, G: 15.8 points, 6.8 assists per game

Hannah Sunley-Paisley - 2011-2012, First Team, F: 18.5 points, 9.5 rebounds per game

Hannah Sunley-Paisley - 2010-2011, Second Team, F: 15.9 points, 11.5 rebounds per game

Hannah Sunley-Paisley - 2009-2010, Second Team, F: 18.9 points, 10.8 rebounds per game

Stella Ighorewo - 1996-1997, Second Team, F: 17.9 points, 11.7 rebounds per game

Stella Ighorewo - 1995-1996, Second Team, F: 20.3 points, 13.1 rebounds per game

 

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR:

Hannah Sunley-Paisley - 2011-12 - 18.5 points per game, 9.5 rebounds per game

 

NATIONAL ALL-ROOKIE TEAM:

Brigitte Lefevbre-Okankwu -  2017-18: 12.3 points, 6.8 rebounds per game

Kellie Ring - 2011-12: 8.6 points, 5.7 rebounds, 4.8 assists per game

 

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: 

Hannah Sunley-Paisley - 2011-12

Hannah Sunley-Paisley - 2010-11

Hannah Sunley-Paisley - 2009-10

 

CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:

Kellie Ring - 2011-12

 

CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:

Maddie Stephen - 2013-14

Bess Lennox - 2011-12

 

CONFERENCE TRACEY MACLEOD AWARD FOR DETERMINATION, PERSERVERANCE, UNWAVERING SPIRIT

Krista Van Slingerland - 2015-16

Kellie Ring - 2014-15

Sarah Nolette - 2010-11

 

CONFERENCE JOY BELLINGER AWARD FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE AND ACADEMICS

Bess Lennox - 2011-12

 

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR:

Andy Sparks - 2018-19

Andy Sparks - 2015-16

Andy Sparks - 2012-13

Andy Sparks - 2011-12

Andy Sparks - 2008-09

Angie McLeod - 2003-04 

 

40 Points in a Game:

46 - Luce Mercier vs Laurier, at Laurier, Jan 17 1981

45 – Luce Mercier vs Ryerson, at Ryerson, Jan 16 1981

41 – Fabienne Perrin vs UNB, at Laval, Oct 31 1993

40 - Luce Mercier vs Carleton, at Carleton, Jan 27 1981

40 – Coleen Dufresne vs Windsor, at Montpetit Hall, Feb 21, 1975

 

30 Points in a Game:

36 – Hannah Sunley-Paisley vs Ryerson, Jan 29 2010 (and 17 rebounds)

34 – Stella Ighorewo vs Windsor, March 4 1994 (OWIAA QF)

34 - Luce Mercier vs Windsor, at Montpetit, Nov 22 1980

32 – Stella Ighorewo vs Ryerson, Jan 22, 1994

31 - Pam Coburn vs Guelph, Nov 1976

31 – Coleen Dufresene vs York, Jan 21, 1972

30 - Jen Stoqua vs Nipissing, Feb 20, 2015 (all on three-pointers)

30 – Hannah Sunley-Paisley at Guelph, Nov 26 2011

30 – Hannah Sunley-Paisley vs Toronto, Jan 30, 2010

30 - Sarah von Hooydonk vs RMC, Feb 9, 2008

30 - Moriah Trowell vs Ryerson, Feb 6, 2004

30 - Alexandra Johnson vs Ryerson, Oct 22, 2001

30 – Lori Messer vs Laurentian, Nov 15, 1996

30 - Stella Ighorewo vs Sherbrooke, Oct 20, 1995 (exhibition)

30 – Stella Ighorewo vs Manitoba, Nov 13, 1993

30 – Fabienne Perrin vs McMaster, Nov 21, 1993

 

Triple Doubles

Brooklynn McAlear Fanus, vs Ontario Tech, Jan 18 2020 : 19 points, 13 assists, 10 rebounds

 

Double-Doubles of >20 points and >15 rebounds

27-17 – Stella Ighorewo vs York, January 1995

 

20 Rebounds in a Game:

20 - Trish Hannon

100 Point Games (Wins and Losses)

L 66-101 Feb 24 1979 in Sudbury vs Waterloo OWIAA 3rd place game

W 119-39 Jan 16 1981 in Toronto vs Ryerson regular season

W 113-46 Jan 17 1981 in Waterloo vs Laurier regular season

W 106-50 Jan 24 1981 in Ottawa vs Carleton regular season

L 53-103 Nov 24, 1983 in Montreal vs UNB exhibition

L 54-101 Nov 25, 1983 in Montreal vs Concordia exhibition

W 110-22 Feb 21, 1992 vs Carleton regular season

L 73-103 Jan 13, 2001 vs Laval regular season

L 63-101 Feb 24 2001 vs Toronto regular season

W 103-42 Oct 16, 2018 vs Waynesburg exhibition

W 101-34 Jan 18, 2020 vs Ontario Tech, at Montpetit Hall regular season

 

Lowest scoring games:

L 14-79 Jan 11, 1986 in Sudbury vs Laurentian

W 92-13 Nov 15 2014 in North Bay vs Nipissing

 

Conference All-Stars: 

1980-81: Luce Mercier, Pat Hannon (2nd team)

1982-83: Angelina Thomas (2nd team)

1984-85: Louise Dube (2nd team)

1986-87: Louise Dube

1987-88: Louise Dube

1988-89: Janet Swords

1990-91: Linda Cuda

1991-92: Fabienne Perrin

1992-93: Fabienne Perrin

1993-94: Fabienne Perrin

1993-94: Stella Ighorewo

1994-95: Stella Ighorewo

1995-96: Stella Ighorewo

1996-97: Stella Ighorewo

1996-97: Lori Messer

1997-98: Irene Vandoros

1998-99: Lori Henderson

2002-03: Kristen Moyle (2nd team)

2003-04: Julie Rodrigue Moriah Trowell (2nd team)

2004-05: Julie Rodrigue Moriah Trowell

2008-09: Émilie Morasse (2nd team)

2009-10: Hannah Sunley-Paisley

2010-11: Hannah Sunley-Paisley, Jenna Gilbert (2nd team)

2011-12: Hannah Sunley-Paisley, Bess Lennox (2nd team), Jenna Gilbert (2nd team)

2012-13: Jenna Gilbert, Kellie Ring, Maddie Stephen (2nd team)

2013-14: Maddie Stephen, Stephanie MacDonald (2nd team), Angela Tilk (2nd team)

2014-15: Stephanie MacDonald, Krista Van Slingerland (2nd team)

2015-16: Kellie Ring, Catherine Traer (2nd team), Julia Soriano (2nd team)

2016-17: Sarah Besselink (2nd team)

2017-18: Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus (3rd team)

2018-19: Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus, Sarah Besselink (2nd team), Brigitte Lefebvre-Okankwu (3rd team)

2019-20: Brookylnn McAlear-Fanus, Katherine Follis 

 

First season: 1970-1971 - Ottawa Ladies Basketball League Champions

W 44-27 vs Carleton, Nov. 3 - 16 points by Marilyn Yeates

W 34-32 vs Teachers, Nov. 6 - 11 points by Marilyn Yeates, 10 by Mary Murphy

L 46-57 vs Queen's at Lisgar HS, Nov. 13 - 16 points by Liz Jeffery, 12 by Marilyn Yeates

W 59-44 vs Montreal, Jan. 30 - 20 points by Marilyn Yeates, 12 by Mary Murphy 

L 51-64 vs Queen's, Feb. 7 - 12 points by Marilyn Yeates, 9 by Mary Murphy

W 62-39 at Carleton, Feb. 10 - 19 points by Marilyn Yeates

W 89-42 vs Ottawa Seniors, March 18 - 20 points by Marilyn Yeates, 18 each by Liz Jeffrey and Mary Murphy, 15 by Dominique Theriault

W 59-53 vs Reivers, March 22 - 15 points by Liz Jeffrey, 11 by Loretta Anne Dooher

W 56-52 (OT) vs Reivers, March 24 - 14 points by Marilyn Yeates, 12 eeach by Liz Jeffrey and Mary Murphy

 

First season in OUA: 1971-72 (then OWIAA)

Notes: Coleen Dufresne led the league in scoring with 190 points in 10 games. The Gee-Gees were 9-1, tied for 1st place in the East Division (Laurentian won the tiebreaker for playoff seeding). Ottawa had a league-best 614 points for, and 376 against. Warren Sutton was head coach.

W 57-50 vs Guelph at Philemon Wright HS, Nov 5 - 17 points by Mary Murphy, 16 by Coleen Dufresne

W 76-47 vs Queen's at Philemon Wright HS, Nov 6 - 17 points by Coleen Dufresne, 14 by Carol Hyer, 11 by Loretta Anne Dooher

W 77-42 vs Waterloo at Philemon Wright HS, Nov 7 - 25 points, 12 rebounds by Coleen Dufresne, 11 points by Liz Jeffrey, 10 by Loretta Anne Dooher

W 74-41 vs Queen's, Nov. 28 - 23 points by Coleen Dufresne

W 86-14 vs Carleton at Lisgar HS, Jan 18 - 20 points by Coleen Dufresne, 16 by Liz Jeffrey - game marked 15th straight win

W 65-37 vs York, Jan. 21 - 31 points by Coleen Dufresne - game marked 11th straight league win

W 52-47 at Queen's, Jan 28 - 15 points by Coleen Dufresne

PLAYOFFS:

L 56-77 vs Western at Waterloo, Feb 24

L 48-58 vs Laurentain at Waterloo, Feb 25 

 

1972-73 (OWIAA East)

Notes: Coleen Dufresne led the league in scoring with 161 points (72 FG, 17 FT) in 10 games. Glynne Turner was second on the team and 6th in the East Division with 100 points (42 FG, 16 FT) in 10 games. The Gee-Gees were 7-3, and placed second in the OUA East with 471 points for and 352 against. Bob Butler was head coach.

Game Results:

L 35-43 vs Queen's, Nov. 17 - 10 points by Coleen Dufresne

W 41-31 at Carleton, Nov 28

W 46-33 vs Laurentian, Dec. 2

W 76-23 at York, Jan. 20

L 39-41 at Toronto, Jan. 21

W 47-46 at Queen's, Feb 10

PLAYOFFS:

L 55-74 vs Western, Feb 23

L 43-44 vs Toronto, Feb 24

 

1973-74 (OWIAA East)

The Gee-Gees were 8-2, finishing second in the East Division. Coleen Dufresne led the team and was second in the East Division in scoring with 15.0 points per game, while Yonna Suttton ranked third in the league at 14.0 points per game. Roster: Raymonde D'Amour (32), Coleen Dufresne (25), Sue McDonald (22), Marylyn McAvoy (13), Kathy Murray (15), Heather Neff (23), R. Ralston (12), Yonna Sutton (30), Salome Tam (21), Glynne Turner (24), Warren Sutton (Head Coach), Peggy Schmitter (Manager).

Game Results:

L 49-50 vs Queen's

W 58-37 vs Toronto

W 76-21 vs York

W 51-49 at Laurentian, Jan. 12

W 40-14 at York, Jan. 18

W 64-50 at Toronto, Jan. 19

W 73-29 vs Carleton, Jan. 29

W. 67-57 at Queen's, Feb. 2

L 27-34 vs Laurentian, Feb. 9

W 62-40 vs Carleton, Feb. 19

PLAYOFFS:

W 52-43 vs Waterloo, Feb. 23

L 56-63 at Western, Mar. 1

W 41-33 vs Guelph at Western, Mar. 2 (OWIAA 3rd place)

 

1974-75 (OWIAA East)

Coleen Dufresne led the OWIAA in scoring with 208 points in 10 games, establishing a team record. The Gee-Gees were 7-3, finishing second in the East Division with 590 points for and 423 points against. Ottawa led the league in rebounding collecting 161 offensive rebounds (1st), and 262 defensive rebounds (1st).

Game Results:

L 52-29 at Laurentian, Nov. 16

L 75-62 vs Queen's, Nov. 22

W 64-20 vs Carleton, Nov. 26

W 61-30 at York, Nov. 29

W 46-29 at Toronto, Nov. 30

L 29-64 vs Laurentian, Jan. 11

W 61-39 vs Toronto, Jan. 17

W 70-50 at Queen's, Jan. 31

W 70-50 at Queen's, Feb. 1

W 104-41 vs York, Feb. 7 

PLAYOFFS:

W 85-72 vs Windsor

W 49-42 vs Western

L 42-57 vs Laurentian (OWIAA silver medal)

 

1975-76 (OWIAA East)

The Gee-Gees were 10-5 and placed tied for second in the East Division, winning a tie-break against Queen's for playoff seeding. Ottawa scored 665 points (52.7 per game) and allowed 596 (47.3), and were third in the entire OWIAA in field goal percentage (30.3).

Game Results:

L 44-34 at Guelph, Nov. 7

W 34-30 at Waterloo, Nov. 8

L 19-69 at Laurentian, Nov. 15

W 39-33 vs York, Nov. 21

W 50-36 vs Toronto, Nov. 22

L 37-42 vs Western, Nov. 28

W 60-36 vs Windsor, Nov. 29

L 43-46 at Queen's, Dec. 2

W 58-28 vs Carleton, Jan. 20

W 49-36 at York, Jan. 23

W 65-38 at Toronto, Jan. 24

W 51-41 vs Queen's, Jan. 27

L 36-49 vs Laurentian, Jan. 31

W 45-23 at Carleton, Feb. 10

W 45-42 at McMaster, Feb. 14

PLAYOFFS:

W 53-48 vs McMaster, Feb.21

L 47-49 at Western, Feb. 27

W 47-40 vs Queen's at Western, Feb. 28 (OWIAA 3rd place)

 

1976-1977 (OWIAA East)

The Gee-Gees were 12-3 and placed second in the East standings.

PLAYOFFS:

L 54-67 vs Western at Laurentian, Feb. 25 - 16 points by Pam Coburn

W 60-55 vs Waterloo at Laurentian, Feb. 26 - 13 points by Cindy Tyrlick (OWIAA 3rd place)

 

1977-1978 (OWIAA East)

Pam Coburn recorded 59 rebounds in her rookie season.

1978-1979 (OWIAA Tier One)

The Gee-Gees were 5-7 and finished fourth of seven teams in Tier 1 with 598 points for and 776 against. Pam Coburn led the team in points, 147, and rebounds, 72, with T Kowal and Trish Hannon adding 111 and 102 points, respectively. C. Tyrlik led the team with 22 assists, and was the top free throw shooter with a 70 per cent average. Coburn's points total was sixth in the league, with Kowal ninth and Hannon tenth. Guelph also had three players in the top ten scoring that season.

1979-1980  (OWIAA Tier One)

Roster: M. Carr, B. Comeau, Sandy Entwistle, R. Fretts, C. Guimond, Trish Hannon, L. Hurteau, Deanna Monaghan, A. Murphy, E O'Donoughue, Sue Racine, Debbie Tully.

Trish Hannon led the team with 12 points per game, and was also the top rebounder with 85 in 12 games, while Sue Racine pulled down 69 in ten games. S. Entwistle was the team's assist leader with 9. The Gee-Gees were 0-12 in Tier One with Erik Anderson in his third season as head coach.

1980-1981 (OWIAA Tier Two)

Moving down to the OWIAA's Tier Two, Ottawa was 9-3 in regular season play, outscoring opponents 957-599 to finish second in Tier Two. Luce Mercier set a league record with 311 points in 11 games, or 28.3 points per game. Trish Hannon was second in Tier Two scoring with 17 points per game, and second in rebounding with 104 in 12 games. Roster: Debbie Tully (4), Angela Pompeo (5), Sandy Entwistle (6), Shannon Quinn (7), Trish Hannon (8), Carm Timpano (9), Sandy Herrick (10), Charlot Guimond (11), Ruth Fretts (12), Luce Mercier (13), Elizabeth Arnold (14), Sue Racine (15), Erik Anderson (Head Coach), Cathy Knights (Assistant Coach), Wanda Pilon (Assistant Coach), Audrey Dixon (Manager).

Game Results:

W 72-65 at Queen's (OT), Nov. 14

L 61-69 vs McMaster, Nov. 21 - 18 points by Trish Hannon, 16 by Luce Mercier

W 76-54 vs Windsor, Nov. 22 - 34 points by Luce Mercier

W 64-62 at Western, Nov. 28 - 26 points by Luce Mercier, 16 by Trish Hannon (exhibition)

L 45-63 vs Dalhousie at Western, Nov. 29. (exhibition)

W 56-51 vs Queen's at Western, Nov. 29 (exhibition)

W 119-39 at Ryerson, Jan. 16 - 45 points by Luce Mercier, 17 by Sue Racine, 16 by Trish Hannon

W 113-46 at Laurier, Jan. 17 - 46 points by Luce Mercier, 21 points by Trish Hannon

W 78-54 vs Queen's, Jan. 23 - 24 points by Luce Mercier, 9 rebounds by Sue Racine, 9 rebounds by Sandy Herrick.

W 106-50 at Carleton, Jan. 27 - 40 points by Luce Mercier, 26 points by Trish Hannon

L 39-44 at McMaster, Jan. 30

L 44-45 at Windsor, Jan. 31 - 16 points by Luce Mercier

W 91-44 vs Laurier, Feb. 6

W 77-49 vs Ryerson, Feb. 7 - 25 points by Trish Hannon, 14 by Angela Pompeo

W 81-40 vs Carleton, Feb. 10 - 26 points by Luce Mercier, 11 points by Trish Hannon

PLAYOFFS

W 67-66 vs Brock at McMaster, Feb. 13 - 26 points by Luce Mercier

L 49-55 vs Western at McMaster, Feb. 14 - 17 points by Trish Hannon, 14 by Luce Mercier 

 

1981-1982 (OWIAA East)

The Gee-Gees were 3-9, finishing sixth of seven teams in the East Division. Liz Arnold led the team with 12 points per game, which was fourth in the East. Sue Racine led the team with 71 rebounds, with Wendy Hansson grabbing 63 to rank in the division's top ten. This was the final of five seasons with Erik Anderson as head coach. Roster: Sue Racine (15), Angelina Pompeo (5), Lynda Callaghan (21), Wendy Kai Hansson (14), Debbie Tully (4), Sandy Herrick (10), Shannon Quinn (7), Suzanne Leclaire (12), Linda Smith (8), Jan Carwardine (9).

1982-1983 (OWIAA East)

Roster: Debbie Tully (4), Lynda Callaghan (21), Wendy Kai Hansson (14), Angelena Thomas (15). Head coach David Thornhill.

The Gee-Gees were 3-9, finishing sixth of seven teams in the East Division. The team scored 524 points and allowed 801. Angelena Thomas led the Gee-Gees and ranked fourth in the OWIAA East with a points per game average of 15.3. Debbie Tully ranked third in the division with a 78.9 per cent free throw percentage, and Lynda Callaghan led the Gee-Gees with 6.5 rebounds per game. Roster: Lynda Callaghan, Wendy Kai Hansson, Carol Seguin, Shannon Quinn, Suzanne Leclair, Angelena Thomas, Debbie Tully, Angelina Pompeo, Sharon Catto, Mary Ellen Agnel, Nicol Charette, Samahta Harwood, Cathy Mulvihill, Caren Uhlik, David Thornhill (Head Coach), Marie Bobyn (Assistant Coach), Cheryl Kryliuk (Assistant Coach), Jennie Campbell (Manager).

1983-1984 (OWIAA East)

The Gee-Gees were 1-11 with the one victory coming against Ryerson. Roster: Lynda Callaghan (21), Sharon Catto, Carole Séguin (13), Caren Uhlik, Louise Dubé, Michelle Cournoyer (14), Adrianne Jordan (8), Candy Forsyth, Angie Pompeo, Dave Thornhill (Head Coach). Linda Callaghan was team captain.

1984-1985 (OWIAA East)

Roster: Adrienne Jordan, Diane Boisvert (14), Mary Hogan (11), Louise Dubé (5), Caren Uhlik, Lynda Callaghan, Suzanne Leclair, Rachel Sheehan (7), Candy Forsyth, Diane Hilko (Head Coach), Mary Lee Smith (Manager), Murielle Metz (Assistant Coach), Michelle Lepage (Therapist). Louise Dubé was the team's leading scorer, registering 20 points or more at least six times in league play, including two games where she registered 27 (against York on Nov. 18 and against Carleton on Jan. 15).

1985-1986 (OWIAA East)

Roster: Kelly Laurence (10), Randa Zeitoun (12), Sarah Torrible (13), Diane Boisvert (14), Mary Hogan (11), Louise Dubé (5), Terry Gollert (15), Caretta Williams (4), Tracey Prentice (6), Rachel Sheehan (7), Alanda McNamara (8), Natalie-France Roger (9), Diane Hilko (Head Coach).

1986-1987 (OWIAA East)

The Gee-Gees were 4-8 and finished fourth of seven teams in the OWIAA East, scoring 548 points and allowing 683. Roster: Caretta Williams, Mary-Lou Boudreau, Annette Bondy, Nancy Lamonica, Rachel Sheehan, Mary Hogan, Alana McNamara, Randa Zeitoun, Patty Dumas, Louise Dubé, Karen Spalding, Line Mercier, Sue Crowe, Wanda Pilon (Head Coach), Karen Lofstrom (Manager), Sylvie Audet (Trainer), Michelle Lepage (Trainer).

1987-1988 (OWIAA East)

Louise Dubé led the team in scoring with 12.3 points per game, while ranking second in the league in field goal shooting with 57.9 percent success. Debbie MacInnis led Ottawa with 6.4 rebounds per game. Roster: Carretta Williams, Rachel Sheehan, Alana McNamara, Patty Dumas, Louise Dubé, Karen Spalding, Debbie MacInnis, Michelle Potvin, Elise Adolphe, Joanne Runte, Joanne Duhamel, Lyne Vokes, Chantelle Pombert, Wanda Pilon (Head Coach), Marg Jones (Assistant Coach), Karin Lofstrom (Manager), Sylvie Audet (Trainer).

1988-1989 (OWIAA East)

The Gee-Gees were 6-6, outscoring opponents 685-669 and finishing fourth of seven teams in the OWIAA East. Roster: Janet Swords, Debbie MacInnis, Chantal Pombert, Lynne Vokes, Colleen Campbell, Carretta Williams, Peggy Obertheir, Jacqueline Rasenberg, Vivianne Ellis, Anne Legault, Alana MacNamara, Sarah Shilts, Wanda Pilon (Head Coach), Norie Spence (Assistant Coach).

1989-1990 (OWIAA East)

Roster: Janet Swords (10), Debbie MacInnis (11), Tish Anderson, Fabienne Perrin, Colleen Campbell, Carretta Williams, Peggy Oberthier, Johanne Morin, Vivianne Ellis, Carolyn Frielink, Anne Legault, Sarah Shilts, Wanda Pilon (Head Coach), Louise [Dubé] Tousignant (Assistant Coach), Denise Dignard (Assistant Coach).

1990-1991 (OWIAA East) 

Roster: Danielle Larose, Julie Smith, Peggy Oberthier, Vivianne Ellis, Linda Cuda, Fabienne Perrin (8), Anne Legault (12), Caroline Frielink, Wanda Pilon (Head Coach), Louise [Dubé] Tousignant (Assistant Coach).

1991-1992 (OWIAA East)

Roster: Vivianne Ellis (7), Jennifer Cox (4), Tina Setter (11), Candice Tyson (12), Danielle Larose (10), Fabienne Perrin (8), Paula Horsford (15), Rosalind Kurlicki (13), Wanda Pilon (Head Coach)

1992-1993 (OWIAA East)

Roster: Jennifer Cox (4), Fabienne Perrin (8), Stella Ighorweo (9), Christine Zaritsky (12), Tina Setter (11), Danielle Larose (10), Julie Stoppa (5), Paula Horsford (14), Patrice Bellrose, Wanda Pilon (Head Coach), Paul Carriere (Assistant Coach).

1993-1994 (OWIAA East)

Roster: Fabienne Perrin, Natalie Jirouard, Stella Ighorewo, Julie Stoppa, Shannon Chinn, Christine Zaritsky, Melanie Owen, Melanie Oehling, Snue Snider, Christine Haverkate, Danielle Larose, Patrice Bellerose, Stephanie Suter, Wanda Pilon (Head Coach).  

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TEAM RECORDS (under construction)

Career Scoring Leaders Per Game (regular season) - at least two seasons required

18.6 - Coleen Dufresne (1971-1975, 559 points, 30 games)

13.6 - Hannah Sunley-Paisley (2007-12, 1483 points, 109 games) 

 

Career Rebound Leaders Per Game (regular season)

9.1  - Hannah Sunley-Paisley (2007-12, 993 rebounds, 109 games) 

 

Single Season Points per Game (regular season)

28.3 - Luce Mercier (1980-81, 311 points, 11 games) - League Scoring Leader

20.8 - Coleen Dufresne (1974-75) - League Scoring Leader

20.3 - Stella Ighorewo (1995-96)

19.1 - Stella Ighorewo (1994-95)

19.0 - Coleen Dufresne (1971-72) - League Scoring Leader

18.9 - Hannah Sunley-Paisley (2009-10) - League Scoring Leader

17.5 - Lori Messer (1996-97)

17.1 - Stella Ighorewo (1996-97)

17.3 - Fabienne Perrin (1993-94)

16.9 - Louise Dubé (1984-85)

16.1 - Coleen Dufresne (1972-73) - League Scoring Leader

 

Single Season Rebounds per Game (regular season)

13.1 Stella Ighorewo (1995-96)

12.6 Stella Ighorweo (1994-95) - League Leader

11.5  Hannah Sunley-Paisley (2009-10)

10.0 Stella Ighorweo (1993-94) - League Leader

7.1   Lynda Callaghan (1984-85)

 

Single Season Assists per Game (regular season)

6.5 - Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus (2019-20)

 

Career Points Leaders (regular season)

1483 - Hannah Sunley-Paisley (2007-12, 109 games)

937 - Louise Dubé (1983-1988)

850 - Sarah Besselink (2013-19, 92 games)

826 - Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus (2015-20, 90 games)

559 - Coleen Dufresne (1971-75, 30 games)

520 - Trish Hannon (1977-81, 51 games) 

 

Career Rebounding Leaders (regular season)

993 - Hannah Sunley-Paisley (2007-12, 109 games)

687 - Stella Ighorewo (with 2 games remaining) - CIAU Record at the time

250 - Sue Racine (1979-, 29 games)

246 - Trish Hannon (1977-1981, 51 games) 

 

Career Assist Leaders (regular season)

424 - Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus (2015-2020, 90 games)

356 - Kellie Ring (2011-2016, 80 games)