Canada West Champion | November 2 - 5

2017 FHC Women's Field Hockey Championship

2016 Women's Field Hockey Participating Teams

 

NO. 1 UBC THUNDERBIRDS (Canada West champions)

Head Coach: Robin D’Abreo (3rd season)

Regular season record: 6-0-2

Regular season standing: Canada West champions

Playoff record: No playoffs in CW

Playoff finish: No playoffs in CW

Overall record vs. teams at CIS championship: 2-0-2 vs. Victoria

Conference award winners: Rachel Donohoe (MVP), Gabriella Switzer (Goalkeeper)

Conference all-stars: Rachel Donohoe (M), Hannah Haughn (M/F), Sarah Keglowitsch (M)

CIS championship appearances (including 2016): 37th 

CIS championship best result: 17-time champions (2015, 2014, ‘13, ‘12, ‘11, ‘09, ‘06, ‘04, ‘03, ‘01, ‘99, ‘98, ‘90, ‘83, ‘82, ‘80, ‘78)

CIS championship last appearance: 2015 (champions)

CIS championship sequence: 19th straight appearance (29th in 30 years)

 

 

NO. 2 TORONTO VARSITY BLUES (OUA champions)

Head Coach: John DeSouza (11th season)

Regular season record: 11-1

Regular season standing: 1st OUA

Playoff record: 3-0

Playoff finish: OUA champions

Overall record vs. teams at CIS championship: 2-1 vs. Guelph

Conference award winners: Rachel Spouge (rookie), Alison Lee (outstanding contributor)

Conference all-stars: Alison Lee (D), Emma Wingrave (M)

CIS championship appearances (including 2016): 39th

CIS championship best result: 11-time champions (2010, ‘07, ‘96, ‘93, ‘88, ‘86, ‘85, ‘81, ‘79, ‘77, ‘75) 

CIS championship last appearance: 2015 (fourth)

CIS championship sequence: 3rd straight appearance (12th in 13 years)


 

 

NO. 3 VICTORIA VIKES (Canada West runners-up)

Head Coach: Lynne Beecroft (33rd season)

Regular season record: 4-2-2

Regular season standing: Canada West runner-up

Playoff record: No playoffs in CW

Playoff finish: No playoffs in CW

Overall record vs. teams at CIS championship: 0-2-2 vs. UBC

Conference award winners: Emily Wong (rookie), Annie Walters-Shumka (outstanding contribution), Lynne Beecroft (coach)

Conference all-stars: Rosie Beale (D), Lizzie Yates (D), Kristina Walters-Shumka (D), Kathleen Leahy (D/M), Amanda Kurianowicz (F)

CIS championship appearances (including 2016): 35th

CIS championship best result: 11-time champions (2008, ‘02, ‘00, ‘97, ‘95, ‘94, ‘92, ‘91, ‘89, ‘87, ‘84)

CIS championship last appearance: 2015 (silver medal)

CIS championship sequence: 5th straight appearance (32nd in 34 years)

 

 

 

NO. 4 GUELPH GRYPHONS (OUA silver medallists)

Head Coach: Michelle Turley (13th season)

Regular season record: 9-1-2

Regular season standing: 2nd OUA

Playoff record: 2-1

Playoff finish: OUA silver medallists

Overall record vs. teams at CIS championship: 1-2 vs. Toronto

Conference award winners: Olivia Lane (MVP)

Conference all-stars: Olivia Lane (F), Ciara Condon (D)

CIS championship appearances (including 2016): 11th

CIS championship best result: Finalists (2007) 

CIS championship last appearance: 2015 (bronze)

CIS championship sequence: 10th straight appearance