Women’s Basketball on their way to Provincials
The women’s basketball team qualified for the RSEQ Division 2 provincial championships as they went 2-2 in the South West Conference finals to claim the fourth and final playoff berth.
The Islanders opened with a solid 80-51 in over St. Jerome Friday night at Abbott as Annie Pollender led all scorers with 25 points while Andrea Batrla and Kelly Corsi chipped in with 17 and 10 points respectively.
The action switched to Ahuntsic Saturday as the Islanders dropped a 74-57 decision to St. Jean. Pollender was the top scorer with 15 points. The Isles punched their ticket to Chicoutimi with a 79-40 win over Heritage College, with Pollender (19 points), Girlie Owusu (15) and Aaliyah Hamilton (10) all scoring in double figures in the victory.
Abbott closed out the weekend with an 85-63 defeat at the hands of the Montmorency Nomades. Darnelle Noel was top scorer with 20 points while Alexis Maniatis tallied 16 points and Pollender added 10.
Hockey Pushed Edouard Montpetit to the Limit
In a must win game at home on Friday night the Isles came away with a 5-4 overtime win. Hailey Burns had a hat trick and 2 assists, while Sara Levesque scored the overtime winner and potted 2 assists. This pushed the series to a deciding game 3 at Edouard Montpetit on Saturday night.
The Isles could only score once in the deciding game a goal by Jessica Bouchard in the third period but the Lynx already had a 3 goal lead. With the 3-1 loss the Isles season comes to a close.
Men’s Volleyball Season Comes to a Close
With a 1-2 record at the Conference finals, the Isles fail to qualify for Provincials. An easy win against Marianopolis (25-18, 25-18), did little to prepare them for what was to come. A driven Edouard Montpetit team came out and the Isles could not find an answer for the high hitting offence, losing 17-25, 21-25.
Now in a must win game against Montmorency the Isles fought back from an early 7-1 deficit to win the first set 26-24. The Nomades took the second set 19-25 to force a deciding third set with the provincial berth on the line. The Isles had the early lead and momentum at the side switch, up as much as 10-6, but the Montmorency team were able to capitalize on some untimely unforced errors by the Isles to take the match 14-16. Good luck to graduating players Justin Pemberton and Markus Nitka.
Cheer wraps up their season at Conference Finals
With another 8th place finish the Cheer team will not qualify for provincials at the end of the month.
For more information please contact Chris Hunter at 514-457-6610, ext. 5787 or email@example.com
The purpose of John Abbott College is to provide students with educational opportunities which will permit them to achieve, as individuals, their highest potential. This includes not only the acquisition of academic and professional skills but also the pursuit of personal growth and development.
Since its beginning, the College has actively supported participation in sports endeavors as one of the important avenues in the growth of the individual and his/her well being. The specific aim of the Sports and Recreation Department is to implement programs which will meet student needs and interests in the areas of recreation, intramural, and inter-collegiate activities. The department also provides for student involvement in the development and organization of these activities.
The dedication of the athletes, the quality of coaching and the professional approach of staff members responsible for the sports programs have all combined to thrust the College to the forefront in terms of overall excellence and achievement, both at the provincial and national levels. We are justly proud of our accomplishments and the following pages are a tribute to those John Abbott people associated with our effort in the area of athletics.
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Sports and Recreation Staff
|Chris Hunter||Manager Sports & Recreationfirstname.lastname@example.org||5787|
|Sunil Ramgulam||Assistant Sports & Recreationemail@example.com||5321|
|Lester Torres||Assistant Sports & Recreationfirstname.lastname@example.org||5324|
|Stephen Giovannoni||Casgrain Center Daytimeemail@example.com||5784|
|Shawn Malcolm||Casgrain Center Eveningfirstname.lastname@example.org||5780|
|Kristin Harmidy||Casgrain Poolemail@example.com||5756|
|Dr. Richard Germain||Team Physician||5308|
|Audrey Doyon-Lessard||Head Athletic Therapistfirstname.lastname@example.org||5086|
|Nina Benisty||Athletic Therapistemail@example.com||5086|
|Catherine Berryman||Athletic Therapistfirstname.lastname@example.org||5086|
|Anthony Haddad||Baseball General Manageremail@example.com|
|Dave King||Men’s Basketball Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mike Hickey||Women’s Basketball Head Coachemail@example.com|
|TBD||Cheerleading Head Coach|
|Micheal Foy||Cross Country Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Saadia Ashraf||Flag Football Head Coachemail@example.com|
|Patrick Gregory||Football Head Coach||JACfootball@johnabbott.qc.ca|
|Joel Fitleberg||Golf Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Noémi Marin||Women’s Hockey Head Coachemail@example.com|
|Ken Cave||Lacrosse Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thomas Suchorski||Men’s Rugby Head Coachemail@example.com|
|Wade Ashworth||Women’s Rugby Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Carlos Carvalho||Men’s Soccer Head Coachemail@example.com|
|Valmie Ouellet||Women’s Soccer Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dave Emory||Swimming Head Coachemail@example.com|
|Sunil Ramgulam||Men’s Volleyball Head Coachfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Shawn Hughes||Women’s Volleyball Head Coachemail@example.com|