Bégin-Cyr named Female Athlete of the Year
The Concordia Department of Recreation and Athletics is pleased to announce Rosalie Bégin-Cyr of the women’s hockey team and Adam Vance of the football team are the Stingers’ Athletes of the Year.
Bégin-Cyr is the recipient of the Sally Kemp Award as the Female Athlete of the Year. A second-year forward from St. Georges, Que., she was a first team U Sports all-Canadian, the RSEQ MVP and a Quebec conference all-star. She was also invited to Hockey Canada’s U22 Summer Camp.
She led the country in scoring with 15 goals and 13 assists for 28 points in 20 games. She averaged 1.4 points a game.
Bégin-Cyr helped Concordia earn the No. 1-ranking in U Sports women’s hockey for 14 consecutive weeks. She contributed significantly to the Stingers’ posting a 15-3-2 RSEQ record and an 11-0 record in non-conference competition. She was also instrumental in helping Concordia win its first RSEQ regular season championship since 2004-05.
“Rosalie was dominant in all situations for us as she is a complete 200-foot player,” said women’s hockey head coach Julie Chu. “She is also a very balanced player for us in that she can set up teammates for goals and score goals herself. She is a big reason for our success this year.”
The Concordia Department of Recreation and Athletics is pleased to announce Rosalie Bégin-Cyr of the women's hockey team and Adam Vance of the football team are the Stingers' Athletes of the Year.