U Sports women's soccer championship

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U Sports Women's Soccer Championship
First played1987
Most recently played2018
Current championsOttawa Gee-Gees
Current runners-upTrinity Western Spartans
Most titlesUBC Thunderbirds (6)[1]
Websiteusports.ca/en/championships/soccer/f

The U Sports women's soccer championship is a tournament which involves the champions from each of the four regional sports conferences within Canada's university sports governing body of U Sports. The championship features eight teams in single elimination matches to determine a national champion. The championship hosts 11 games over four days at a predetermined host venue. The host team is automatically qualified for the tournament, as is each of the conference champions, with additional berths awarded for the remaining spots. The Gladys Bean Memorial Trophy is awarded to the winners.

Champions[edit]

Season Winner Score Runner-up Venue
2020 Cape Breton Health Recreation Complex, Cape Breton[2]
2019 Centennial Stadium, Victoria[2]
2018[3] Ottawa Gee-Gees 2 - 1 Trinity Western Spartans Gee-Gees Field, Ottawa
2017[4] Montreal Carabins 1 - 0 CBU Capers Subway Soccer South Complex, Manitoba
2016[5] Laval Rouge et Or 2 - 1 UBC Thunderbirds Raymond Field, Acadia
2015[6] UBC Thunderbirds 3 - 0 Trinity Western Spartans Thunderbird Stadium, British Columbia
2014[7] Laval Rouge et Or 5 - 0 Trinity Western Spartans TELUS-Université Laval Stadium, Laval
2013[8] Trinity Western Spartans 1 - 0 Montreal Carabins Varsity Stadium, Toronto
2012[9] Trinity Western Spartans 1 - 0 PK Queen's Gaels Centennial Stadium, Victoria
2011[10] Queen's Gaels 1 - 0 PK Montreal Carabins Molson Stadium, McGill
2010[11] Queen's Gaels 1 - 0 OT Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks UPEI Turf, Prince Edward Island
2009[12] Trinity Western Spartans 1 - 0 PK Montreal Carabins Varsity Stadium, Toronto
2008[13] Trinity Western Spartans 1 - 0 Brock Badgers Trinity Western
2007[14] CBU Capers 2 - 1 York Lions Cape Breton
2006[15] UBC Thunderbirds 3 - 1 Queen's Golden Gaels Centennial Stadium, Victoria
2005[16] Victoria Vikes 3 - 0 Ottawa Gee-Gees Alberta
2004[17] Trinity Western Spartans 3 - 2 PK McGill Martlets CEPSUM Stadium, Montréal & McGill
2003[18] UBC Thunderbirds 5 - 0 Ottawa Gee-Gees Molson Stadium, McGill
2002 UBC Thunderbirds 2 - 1 OT Alberta Pandas Alberta
2001 Alberta Pandas 2 - 1 McGill Martlets Carleton
2000 Dalhousie Tigers 1 - 0 Ottawa Gee-Gees Acadia
1999 Dalhousie Tigers 2 - 0 Alberta Pandas Wilfrid Laurier
1998 Calgary Dinos 3 - 2 Victoria Vikes Centennial Stadium, Victoria
1997 Alberta Pandas 1 - 0 OT Ottawa Gee-Gees Laval
1996 Ottawa Gee-Gees 1 - 0 OT Alberta Pandas Dalhousie
1995 Laurier Golden Hawks ? - ? N/A Carleton
1994 Dalhousie Tigers ? - ? N/A Alberta
1993 UBC Thunderbirds ? - ? N/A McGill
1992 Laurier Golden Hawks ? - ? N/A McMaster
1991 McMaster Marauders ? - ? N/A Guelph
1990 Acadia Axewomen ? - ? N/A British Columbia
1989 Alberta Pandas ? - ? N/A Acadia
1988 Queen's Golden Gaels ? - ? N/A British Columbia
1987 UBC Thunderbirds ? - ? N/A McGill

Honours[edit]

U Sports Championship MVP[edit]

The selection is made by a committee established by the host of the U Sports championship.

  • 2018 Miranda Smith, Ottawa
  • 2017 Catherine Proulx, Montreal
  • 2016 Joëlle Gosselin, Laval
  • 2015 Jasmin Dhanda, UBC
  • 2014 Joëlle Gosselin, Laval
  • 2013 Vanessa Kovacs, Trinity Western
  • 2012 Jennifer Castillo, Trinity Western
  • 2011 Chantel Marson, Queen's University
  • 2010 Kelsey Tikka, Laurier
  • 2009 Tessa Meyer, Trinity Western
  • 2008 Daniela Gerig, Trinity Western
  • 2007 Kylie Snow, Cape Breton
  • 2006 Amy Bobb, UBC
  • 2005 Carey Gustafson, Victoria
  • 2004 Danielle Day, McGill
  • 2003 Rosalyn Hicks, UBC
  • 2002 Sarah Regan, UBC
  • 2001 Aishatu Alfa, Alberta
  • 2000 Claire Martin, Dalhousie
  • 1999 Stef Finateri, Dalhousie
  • 1998 Stephanie O'Neill, Calgary
  • 1997 Heather Murray, Alberta
  • 1996 Danielle Vella, Ottawa
  • 1995 Camilla Vejvalka, Laurier
  • 1994 Carla Perry, Dalhousie
  • 1993 Tammy Crawford, UBC
  • 1992 Nancy Ferguson, UBC
  • 1991 Lydia Vamos, McMaster
  • 1990 Alison Tuton, Acadia
  • 1989 Jane Wood, Alberta

References[edit]

  1. ^ Past U Sports Champions
  2. ^ a b "U SPORTS announces 10 national championship hosts in rugby, soccer and volleyball over next two seasons". usports.ca. December 11, 2018.
  3. ^ "Gold Medal Game: Gee-Gees capture first national championship since 1996 with win over Spartans". Nov 11, 2018.
  4. ^ Gold medal match: Montreal defeats Cape Breton 1-0 for first national title
  5. ^ Rouge et Or crowned women’s soccer champs after 2-1 win over UBC
  6. ^ Host T-Birds dominate TWU, claim record sixth CIS banner
  7. ^ Host Laval stuns 5-time champs, first Quebec team to win CIS title
  8. ^ Spartans defend title, claim record-tying fifth banner
  9. ^ Spartans triumph in PK, no 3-peat for Gaels
  10. ^ Gaels win on penalty kicks, repeat as national champs
  11. ^ Queen’s Gaels capture Gold over Laurier Golden Hawks 1-0
  12. ^ Spartans repeat as national champions
  13. ^ Host Spartans win second CIS national title
  14. ^ Host Capers claim first Bean Trophy
  15. ^ Birds claim third national title in five years
  16. ^ Victoria captures first CIS title
  17. ^ Spartans crowned following brilliant comeback
  18. ^ UBC repeats champions with 5-0 win over Ottawa

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