The Concordia Stingers women's hockey team won all three of its games at the annual Theresa Humes Women Hockey Tournament over the holidays.
The U Sports No. 1-ranked Stingers outscored their three opponents 14-1, including a 4-1 victory over the No. 5-ranked UPEI Panthers on Dec. 28.
The following day, Concordia defeated the Long Island University Sharks 5-0. The NCAA Division 1 opponent had a 5-12 win-loss record coming into the tournament, including games against the Yale Bulldogs and University of Connecticut Huskies.
On Dec. 30, the Stingers took down the Bishop’s Gaiters, also by a 5-0 score.
Captain Claudia Dubois was the leading scorer in the tournament with two goals and four assists in three games.
All three of the Stingers’ goaltenders played – Alice Philbert, Madison Oakes and Caroline Gosling – and recorded victories.
Concordia out shot its opponents 100-34.
The Stingers now have an 11-0 record in non-conference play and a 20-0-1 record overall. The only loss coming in a shootout to the Carleton Ravens in RSEQ action on Nov. 22.
Long Island 0-2
Concordia 4, UPEI 1
McGill 6, Long Island 1
Concordia 5, Long Island 0
UPEI 4, Bishop’s 0
Concordia 5, Bishop’s 0
UPEI 4, McGill 3