Powerhouse Stingers win another Theresa Humes tournament

Theresa Humes team


Last weekend at the Theresa Humes tournament, the Concordia women's hockey team won their eighth championship in as many years, beating the University of Calgary Dinos 4-3 in a hard-fought final game before 250 fans at the west-end arena. Corinne Swirsky set up the first two Stinger goals and then scored the third and fourth goals of the game. The fifth-year Exercise Science major scored eight goals and added six assists for 14 points in three games to lead the tournament in scoring, and was named MVP of the tournament for the fourth straight year. The CIAU named Swirsky outstanding women's hockey player in 1997 and 1998.


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