Oct 01, 2014
OTTAWA (CIS) – Frédérique Latraverse, a cross-country runner from Laval University, and Kodie Curran, a hockey player from the University of Calgary, are the ArcelorMittal Dofasco CIS female and male athletes of the week for the period ending Sept. 28, 2014.
Latraverse, a second-year nutrition student from Ville-Marie, Que., was crowned individual champion and led the Laval women to the team title at the Vert & Or Invitational, last Saturday in Sherbrooke. The 21-year-old sophomore, who was sidelined with a series of injuries a year ago in her rookie season, completed the six-kilometre race in 21:46.03 to finish seven seconds ahead of UQTR’s Sarah Bergeron-Larouche, the reigning RSEQ overall champion. Her performance helped the Rouge et Or (50 points) edge McGill (53) and host Sherbrooke (56) in the tight team standings.
Memorial soccer player Emily Bailey, Queen’s rugby player Laura McEwen and Manitoba soccer player Bruna Mavignier were also nominated for the women’s award.
Curran, a fifth-year arts student from Calgary, had back-to-back three-point performances as the nationally second-ranked Dinos opened their Canada West schedule with a two-game sweep against visiting Manitoba. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound defenceman tallied a goal and two assists in each win, 6-1 last Friday and 4-1 the following night. Curran had just two practices with the Dinos under his belt prior to the doubleheader after returning from the Tampa Bay Lightning rookie camp in Florida.
Soccer players Cooper Coats of Acadia, Armel Dagrou of UQAM and Nirun Sivananthan of Toronto were the other male nominees.
AUS: Emily Bailey, soccer, Memorial
RSEQ: Frédérique Latraverse, cross country, Laval (recipient)
OUA: Lauren McEwen, rugby, Queen’s
CWUAA: Bruna Mavignier, soccer, Manitoba
AUS: Cooper Coats, soccer, Acadia
RSEQ: Armel Dagrou, soccer, UQAM
OUA: Nirun Sivananthan, soccer, Toronto
CWUAA: Kodie Curran, hockey, Calgary (recipient)
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