Awards

Tournament Awards

Gold
Cégep de Sainte-Foy Dynamiques
Gold - Team Photo
Silver
Mount Saint Vincent University Mystics
Silver - Team Photo
Bronze
Dawson College Blues
Bronze - Team Photo

MVP

  • 10 Catherine Groleau, Cégep de Sainte-Foy

1st Team All Stars

  • 12 Émilie Cloutier, Cégep de Sainte-Foy
  • 8 Katherine Brien, Mount Saint Vincent University
  • 10 Marilène Lapierre, Dawson College
  • 4 Sam Scull, Sheridan College
  • 8 Kimberly Lee, SAIT Polytechnic

2nd Team All Stars

  • 9 Katie Woodman, UBC Okanagan
  • 6 Paige Bowman, Lethbridge College
  • 7 Amencie Mercier, Dawson College
  • 4 Marie-Line Petit, Cégep de Sainte-Foy
  • 13 Amy Peveril, Mount Saint Vincent University

Fair Play Award

The CCAA Fair Play award recognizes a team or individual who has demonstrated the spirit of sportsmanship and respect for their opponents, officials and the game of basketball during the national championship.

  • Mount Saint Vincent University

Player of the Game

Game 1 Game 2
Dawson College
Marilene Lapierre #10
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Lethbridge College
Paige Bowman #6
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MSVU
Katherine Brien #8
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SAIT Polytechnic
Kimberly Lee #8
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Game 3 Game 4
UBC Okanagan
Madison Kaneda #23
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Cégep de Sainte-Foy
Marieline Petit #4
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Sheridan College
Danisha Young #10
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Camosun College
Chelsea McMullen #15
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Game 5 Game 6
Letbridge College
Ann Mercer #8
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SAIT Polytechnic
Kimberly Lee #8
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Camosun College
Chelsea McMullen #15
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UBC Okanagan
Katie Woodman #9
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Game 7 Game 8
Dawson College
Ameni Mercier #7
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MSVU
Kaili van Vulpen #5
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Cégep de Sainte-Foy
Emilie Cloutier #12
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Sheridan College
Nakia Arthur #32
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Game 9
Game 10
UBC Okanagan
Meghan McGill #21
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Dawson College
Janice Quintos #5
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Sheridan College
Sam Scull #14
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SAIT Polytechnic
Kim Lee #8
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Game 11
Bronze Medal Game
Camosun College
Kymber Gale #14
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Lethbridge College
Anne Mercer #8
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Sheridan College
Sam Scull #14
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Dawson College
Serginha Estimé #11
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Finale du championnat
  MSVU
Katherine Brien #8
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Cégep de Sainte-Foy
Catherine Groleau #10
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Women's Basketball Player of the Year

Women's Basketball Player of the Year

Kim Lee from SAIT Polytechnic is the winner of the 2010 CCAA Women's Basketball Player of the Year.

Kim Lee Lee a fifth year guard and the driving force on the Trojan team has dominated the ACAC with stellar offence and defensive skills. She was on the ACAC South Division leader board in nearly every major category. Lee led the South, and the ACAC, in points per game with 20.37 and placed first in her division for field-goal percentage, 52.6 and steals, 4.00, per game often defending the opponents' best player. She also placed third in the South for assists per contest at 4.05.

Kim’s accomplishments, which include guiding the Trojans to an ACAC title, have earned her recognition such as being named to the ACAC South Division All-Conference first team, named an ACAC Athlete of the Week and CCAA Athlete of the Month.

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Women's Basketball Coach of the Year

Women's Basketball Coach of the Year

The 2010 CCAA Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year is Trevor Williams, from Dawson College.

Trevor has guided the Blues to a solid and successful season capturing the FQSE crown and posting a season record of 17-3. Though their season record stayed the same as the previous year, the team as a whole improved. Areas of improvement included strengthening the Blues defensive side of the game.

Coach Williams’s goals are clear; when you develop better basketball players and better students, you will develop better people in the process. Williams offers his full support to any student-athlete who wishes to play and study at a higher level in order to achieve their goals. Trevor enforces the mandatory study hall for student-athletes twice a week.

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