StFX’s Oddy named U SPORTS women’s hockey MVP

StFX’s Oddy named U SPORTS women’s hockey MVP

LONDON, Ont. (U SPORTS) – StFX forward Daley Oddy was honoured with the Brodrick Trophy as U SPORTS women's hockey Player of the Year Wednesday night, as the national award winners were celebrated at the annual All-Canadian gala.

Nipissing forward Maria Dominico captured Rookie of the Year honours while Ryerson forward Ailish Forfar earned the Marion Hilliard Award for Student-Athlete Community Service for her outstanding contribution both on and off the ice. Finally, Manitoba bench boss Jon Rempel was named Coach of the Year. 


BRODRICK TROPHY (Player of the Year)
: Daley Oddy, StFX

A fifth-year human kinetics student from Cranbrook, B.C., Daley Oddy is the U SPORTS Player of the Year. The captain of the X-Women, Oddy led the nation in both points (31) and goals scored this season (16). 

An AUS all-star in all five seasons she has played at StFX, the versatile forward helped guide the X-Women to a first-place finish in the regular season, with a 20-2-2 record, and the team did not miss a week being ranked in the U SPORTS Top 10.

Oddy's plus-minus rating of plus-24 was also the highest in the country, while her six game-winning goals and six power play markers were tops in all of U SPORTS.  

"Daley is very deserving of the U SPORTS Player of the Year award because of the way she plays the game," said StFX head coach Ben Berthiuam. "She is one of the hardest working players on the ice who works just as hard on the defensive side of the puck as the offensive side. She is the type of player who can take over a game, and she has scored some huge goals for us this year. Daley has also turned into a great leader for our team which will be a big asset to her in the future." 

2018 U SPORTS WOMEN'S HOCKEY ALL-CANADIANS
(AUS student-athletes in bold.)

First Team

 

Pos.

First Name

Last Name

School

Elig.

Hometown

Program

F

Daley

Oddy

StFX

5

Cranbrook, B.C.

Human Kinetics

F

Katrina

Manoukarakis

Queen's

3

Scarborough, Ont.

Physical and Health Education

F

Autumn

MacDougall

Alberta

3

Dartmouth, N.S.

Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation

D

Lindsey

Donovan

StFX

2

Miramichi, B.C.

Arts

D

Zosia

Davis

Nipissing

4

Cobden, Ont.

Biology

G

Jessica

Vance

Saskatchewan

2

Prince Albert, Sask.

Kinesiology

 

Second Team

 

Pos.

First Name

Last Name

School

Elig.

Hometown

Program

F

Jessica

Cormier

Montreal

4

Cap-Aux-Meules, Que.

Business Admin.

F

Breanna

Lanceleve

Saint Mary's

5

Middle Sackville, N.S.

Business

F

Ailish

Forfar

Ryerson

5

Sharon, Ont.

Radio & TV Arts: Sport Media

D

Erica

Rieder

Manitoba

4

Regina, Sask.

Environment, Earth & Resources

D

Alexandra

Woods

St. Thomas

2

Courtice, Ont.

Arts

G

Rebecca

Clark

Saint Mary's

3

Keswick, Ont.

Geography

 

All-Rookie Team

 

Pos.

First Name

Last Name

School

Elig.

Hometown

Program

F

Maria

Dominico

Nipissing

1

North Bay, Ont.

Social Work

F

Emerson

Elliott

StFX

1

Aurora, Ont.

Arts

F

Lidia

Fillion

Concordia

1

Sherbrooke, Que.

Exercise Science

D

Gabrielle

De Serres

Toronto

1

Mont-Royal, Que.

Commerce

D

Christine

Deaudelin

Ottawa

1

Beloeil, Que.

Criminology

G

Lauren

Taraschuk

Manitoba

1

Steinbach, Man.

Arts

 

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