Game 5: Mystics from Mount Saint Vincent University bow to Humber Hawks
Mount Saint Vincent University’s Mystics (ACAA), from Halifax, were pitted against the Hawks from Humber College, 8 time conference champions in the OCAA.
The Hawks established a comfortable lead early in the game and kept increasing their advance in an easy three set win over the Mystics 25-11, 25-10 et 25-14.
Hawks’ outside player Thalia Hanniman (14), Player of the Year in the OCAA conference and 2015 All Canadian, was selected as Player of the Game for her team (three aces, 14 kils and seven blocks). Meaghan MacDougall, setter for the Mystics and Player of the Year in the ACAA was chosen Player of the Game for Mount Saint Vincent (one block, 9 digs).
Game 6: Camosun Charge Back to Steal Win from LYNX
After winning the first two sets (25-9, 28-26), host team Édouard-Montpetit’s Lynx, led by coach Pascal Murray, lost a heart-breaking game to Camosun’s Chargers. The third set was decisive with a 37-35 win for the Chargers. They never looked back after winning this epic battle taking the last two sets 25-19, 15-12.
Setter Erika Sheen (10) was named player of the Game (one ace, one kill, one block and 9 digs)
Édouard-Montpetit’s libero, Marilou Marchessault (8) played an outstanding game, keeping her team in the match with 21 digs.
Game 7: Élans win their Spot in Gold Medal Game over Second Seed Mariners
In the first semi-final game, VIU ‘s Mariners took the first set 17-25, over the RSEQ conference Champions FX Garneau’s Élans. But the Quebec team fought back to win three straight sets 25-16, 25-19 and 25-21 to guarantee their place in the 2015 Gold medal game.
Player of the game for the winning team the Élans, Myriam Adam (9) (one ace, ten kills, two blocks, three digs) played an exceptional game.
Tylar Turnbull (1) from the Mariners was named the best player for her team. (seven kills, seven blocks, three digs).
Game 8: Red Deer College Queens meet Grande Prairie Wolves in Second Semi-Final Game
ACAC Champions Red Deer College Queens were set for a rematch of the conference’s 2015 championship game since they were matched against the Grande Prairie Wolves in the second semi-final game of the evening.
CCAA 2014 Champions, Queens lost the first set to their rivals from Alberta 25-27, but then stepped up to win the second set 25-19. The Wolves led at the beginning of the third set, but Red Deer College’s team staged a spectacular comeback from a deficit of 2-10 to a huge win at 25-23. At the conclusion of a well-fought game, Queens ran away with the win in the 4th set 25-15.
For the Wolves, center Amy Norman (11) was chosen as Player of the Match (13 kills and six blocks), and for the winning team, Leah Koot (10), an outside player, was selected as the best player for Queens (one ace, 13 kills and 12 digs).
Saturday: Gold and Bronze Final Games and Closing Ceremonies
On Saturday at 10, the Chargers will be facing the Mariners and then the Hawks will meet the Wolves at 12 to win a spot in the Bronze Medal Game. At 2, Host team Édouard-Montpetit’s Lynx will challenge the Mystics from Halifax for a place in the final standings. The Championship game set to begin at 8 will feature last year’s Champions, Queens who will be facing Quebec’s team, les Élans.
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