BY THE NUMBERS
The number of silver medals that the McGill Martlet basketball and hockey teams won at the CIS National Championships this past Sunday.
McGill point guard Dianna Ros’ dismal shooting percentage in the CIS National Women’s Basketball Championship game. The Martlets came up short against the Windsor Lancers, due in part to their shooting woes.
Shots turned away by Martlets goaltender Taylor Hough on her way to her first career shutout in McGill’s 1-0 semifinal win over St. Francis Xavier at CIS Nationals.
Tribune Athletes of the Week
Junior – Management
The 2013 RSEQ Rookie-of-the-Year has come a long way in two years. After leading the Quebec league in scoring, Davidson added another dimension to her already impressive game this season, tallying 34 assists to go along with 31 goals. She took it to another level in the playoffs, recording 14 points over nine games—none more important than her clutch game-winning goal against St Francis Xavier to propel McGill into the CIS gold medal game. While the Martlets couldn’t overcome a strong Western squad, Davidson’s accomplishments this season are nonetheless impressive. She was named a second team All-Canadian, and first team All-RSEQ on the strength of a dazzling 65-point campaign. Entering her fourth year, Davidson will bring a veteran presence to next season’s Martlet squad, and will look to lead the team back to the CIS finals for another shot at the title.
(Photos courtesy of McGill Athletics)