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Women's Edition Thursday, August 21, 2014
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NAIT Wins Second Straight ACAC Championship

After winning their first ACAC women's hockey title last season, the NAIT Ooks are now back-to-back champions.

On Friday, February 21st at Confederation Arena in Edmonton, Sasha Lutz tallied twice and Sydney Tomlinson notched the winner at 4:43 of the third overtime for the MacEwan Griffins as they edged the NAIT Ooks 3-2 in triple overtime.

On Saturday, February 22nd at the NAIT Arena in Edmonton, Haley Vandepoele netted a powerplay marker at 15:43 of the first and Jill Diachuk stopped 23 shots to post the shutout as the Ooks blanked the Griffins 1-0.

On Friday, February 28th at Confederation Arena in Edmonton, Breanna Frasca bent the twine at 4:13 of the middle stanza and Jill Diachuk made 22 saves to record the shuout as NAIT blanked the MacEwan 1-0.

 

On Saturday, March 1st at the NAIT Arena in Edmonton, Breanna Frasca and Jamie Fedler gave the Ooks a 2-0 advantage en route to a 2-1 victory over Griffins.

MacEwan had won the two previous playoff series between the teams including the most recent - a semi final series in 2011-12.

  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
at Edmonton
 
  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
at Edmonton
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  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28
at Edmonton
 
  SATURDAY, MARCH 1
at Edmonton
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NAIT Ooks
2
1 2 3 0T3
2 0 0 0
G: Fialova, Bowles
RDC Queens
0
1 2 3
0 0 0
G:  
NAIT Ooks
1
1 2 3
0 1 0
G: Frasca
RDC Queens
1
1 2 3
0 0 1
G:

Tassone

 

A: Mastna, Dyck, Frasca, Boey A:   A: Rammel A: Schulz
Goal: Diachuk (24 saves, 3 GA, 94:43) Goal: Glover (27 saves, 1 GA, 60:00) Goal: Diachuk (22 saves, 0 GA, 60:00) Goal: Glover (25 saves, 2 GA, 60:00)
RDC Queens
3
1 2 3 0T3
0 1 1 1
G: Lutz (2), Tomlinson
NAIT Ooks
1
1 2 3
1 0 0
G: Vandepoele
RDC Queens
0
1 2 3
0 0 0
G:  
NAIT Ooks
2
1 2 3
1 1 0
G: Frasca, Fedler
A: Lutz A: Fialova, Dyck A:   A: Fialova, Vandepoele, Dyck
Goal: Glover (43 saves, 2 GA, 94:43) Goal: Diachuk (23 saves, 0 GA, 60:00) Goal: Glover (26 saves, 1 GA, 59:30) Goal: Diachuk (21 saves, 1 GA, 60:00)
2013-14 ACAC Women's Hockey Playoff Schedule

BEST OF THREE SEMI FINALS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14
NAIT 1, Red Deer 0

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15
NAIT 3, Red Deer 2 (OT)

(NAIT wins best of three series 2-0)

BEST OF FIVE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
MacEwan 3, NAIT 2 (3OT)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
NAIT 1, MacEwan 0

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28
NAIT 1, MacEwan 0

SATURDAY, MARCH 1
NAIT 2, MacEwan 1

(NAIT wins best of five series 3-1)

2013-14 ACAC Award Recipients

FIRST TEAM ALL CONFERENCE SELECTIONS

GOALTENDER
Camille Trautman, Red Deer

DEFENSE
Carlin Boey, NAIT
Casey Nicholson, Red Deer

FORWARD
Sherri Bowles, NAIT
Sasha Lutz, MacEwan
Jade Petrie, Red Deer

 

SECOND TEAM ALL CONFERENCE SELECTIONS

GOALTENDER
Morgan Glover, MacEwan

DEFENSE
Tori Spencer, MacEwan
Cora Sutton, SAIT

FORWARD
Kailey Curran, MacEwan
Becca Glackin, SAIT
Rachael Hoppins, Red Deer

COACH OF THE YEAR

Lindsay McAlpine, MacEwan

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Sasha Lutz, MacEwan

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Carlin Boey, NAIT

TOP SCHOLASTIC PLAYER

Kaitlyn Whaley, NAIT

PLAYOFF MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

Jill Diachuk, NAIT

Grant MacEwan Griffins NAIT Ooks Red Deer Queens SAIT Trojans
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