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first_img F Erika Crouse Ryerson Kirkland Lake, Ont. Criminology Story Links G Tory Micklash UBC 3 East St. Paul, Man. Kinesiology Pos. First Name Last Name School Elig. Hometown Program First Team F Breanne Trotter Mount Royal Okotoks, Alta. University Entrance option All-Rookie Team F April Clark Western 4  St. Mary’s, Ont. Kinesiology F Jessica Cormier Montreal 5 Cap-Aux-Meiles, Que. Business For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics.  Print Friendly Version F Katryne Villeneuve Moncton 5 Casselman, Ont. Leisure, Sport & Tourism  Management D Lindsey Donovan StFX 3 Miramichi, N.B. Arts F Autumn MacDougall Alberta 4  Cole Harbour, N.S. Kinesiology, Sport & Recreation G Kendra Woodland UNB Kamloops, B.C.  Arts Pos. First Name Last Name School Elig. Hometown Program D Cristine Chao Toronto 4 Toronto, Ont. Commerce D Claudia Fortin Concordia 4 Quebec City, Que. Exercise Science F Tyra Meropoulis StFX Edson, Alta. Business Admin. Fourth-year University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s hockey defenceman Cristine Chao was named a second team all-Canadian at the 2019 U SPORTS awards gala on Wednesday night (March 13) in Charlottetown, P.E.I.Chao becomes the first Varsity Blue to earn all-Canadian honours since standout goaltender Nicole Kesteris in 2013-14.”Cristine has been solid for us this season, both defensively and on the attack,” said Varsity Blues head coach Vicky Sunohara. “She worked hard on her fitness during the off season and it has definitely paid off. We call on her to play in all situations and shut down our opponent’s top line.”The Toronto native was named both the OUA defenceman of the year and the most sportsmanlike player, while also earning OUA first team all-star honours this season.A commerce major, Chao led all OUA defencemen in goals (7) and points (17) in 24 regular season games this year. Now a three-time OUA all-star, Chao quarterbacked Toronto’s powerplay to a No. 1 rating, all while amassing only four penalty minutes all season.The Blues open the 2019 U SPORTS championships versus the top-seeded Alberta Pandas on Friday at 2 p.m., EST. The game will be streamed live on TROPHY (Player of the Year): Alex Poznikoff, AlbertaROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Erika Crouse, RyersonMARION HILLIARD AWARD (Student-Athlete Community Service): Jenna Gray, YorkFOX 40 COACH OF THE YEAR: Howie Draper, Alberta2019 U SPORTS WOMEN’S HOCKEY ALL-CANADIANS D Jenna MacLean UNB Wilcox, Sask.  Kinesiology D Rylind MacKinnon UBC Cranbrook, B.C. Kinesiology Pos. First Name Last Name School Hometown Program F Alex Poznikoff Alberta 4 Edmonton, Alta. Kinesiology, Sport & Recreation Second Team F Jade Downie-Landry McGill 3 St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Que. Psychology D Erica Rieder Manitoba 5 Regina, Sask. Environment, Earth & Resources G Tricia Deguire McGill 3 Sherbrooke, Que. Kinesiologylast_img read more