StFX X-Women Hockey - National Championship History

StFX X-Women Hockey - National Championship History

The StFX X-Women have appeared in the national championship 15 times and have an overall U SPORTS championship record of 10 wins and 32 losses in 42 games played, having won 1 silver medal (2011), 1 bronze medal (2013), along with 2 fourth place, 2 fifth place, 7 sixth place and 1 seventh place finish.

They have won the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) championship 11 times, the most of any other team in the AUS. Their most recent AUS title came in 2020. A complete history of AUS champions can be found by CLICKING HERE.

X-Women Hockey U SPORTS Championship Summary
Standing # Years
Gold Medal 0 n/a
Silver Medal 1 2011
Bronze Medal 1 2013
Fourth Place 2 2015, 2006
Fifth Place 2 2009, 2005
Sixth Place 7 2018, 2010, 2008, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999
Seventh Place 1 2017
Not Awarded* 1 2020
Total Appearances 15  

*U SPORTS Championship cancelled after 2 quarterfinal games due to COVID-19 pandemic

YEAR W L GP GF GA
2020 1 0 1 3 2
2018 1 2 3 6 18
2017 0 2 2 1 5
2015 1 2 3 5 6
2013 2 1 3 5 7
2011 2 1 3 10 11
2010 0 3 3 2 6
2009 1 2 3 7 11
2008 0 3 3 7 13
2006 1 2 3 6 6
2005 1 2 3 5 13
2002 0 3 3 6 13
2001 0 3 3 1 20
2000 0 3 3 1 14
1999 0 3 3 3 21
TOTALS 10 32 42 68 166

 

X-WOMEN HOCKEY
U SPORTS Championship History - By Team 
 
TEAM WINS LOSSES GP GF GA
Alberta 0 3 3 3 12
Calgary 0 2 2 1 9
Concordia 1 4 5 7 39
Guelph 1 1 2 5 7
Manitoba 1 2 3 6 8
McGill 0 9 9 10 35
Montreal 1 3 4 5 12
Ottawa 1 1 2 11 11
Queen's 2 1 3 6 6
Regina 0 2 2 0 8
Toronto 2 2 4 6 10
Wilfrid Laurier 1 2 3 8 9
TOTALS 10 32 42 68 166

 

X-WOMEN HOCKEY
U SPORTS Championship History - By Year
YEAR RECORD PLACING GAME RESULTS HOST
2020* 1-0 n/a Quarter-Final Defeated Montreal 3-2 (OT) UPEI       
Charlottetown, PE
2018 1-2 6th Consolation Final Lost to Montreal 7-1 Western                 London, ON
Consolation SF Defeated Queens 4-3 (OT)
Quarter-Final Lost to Concordia 8-1
2017 0-2 7th Consolation Final Lost to Queen’s 2-0  Queen's            
Kingston, ON
Quarter-Final Lost to McGill 3-1
2015 1-2 4th Bronze Medal Lost to Montreal 2-1  Calgary                           Calgary, AB
Semifinal Lost to McGill 1-0
Quarter-Final Defeated Guelph 4-3
2013 2-1 Bronze Bronze Defeated Toronto 3-2 (OT) Toronto                  Toronto, ON
Pool Play Lost to Calgary 4-0
Pool Play Defeated Queen’s 2-1 (OT)
2011 2-1 Silver Gold Medal Lost to McGill 5-2 Wilfrid Laurier              Waterloo, ON
Pool Play Defeated Wilfrid Laurier 4-3 
Pool Play Defeated Manitoba 4-3 
2010 0-3 6th Fifth Place Lost to Montreal 1-0 StFX                         Antigonish, NS
Pool Play Lost to Wilfrid Laurier 3-2  
Pool Play Lost to Alberta 2-0
2009 1-2 5th Fifth Place Defeated Ottawa 5-4 (OT)  StFX                         Antigonish, NS
Pool Play Lost to Manitoba 2-1 (OT) 
Pool Play Lost to McGill 5-1
2008 0-3 6th Fifth Place Lost to Ottawa 7-6 (SO) Ottawa                           Ottawa, ON
Pool Play Lost to Manitoba 3-1 
Pool Play Lost to McGill 3-0
2006 1-2 4th Bronze Medal Lost to McGill 3-2 (SO) StFX                         Antigonish, NS
Pool Play Defeated Toronto 2-0
Pool Play Lost to Alberta 3-2 (SO)
2005 1-2 5th Fifth Place Defeated Concordia 2-1 McGill                       Montreal, QC
Pool Play Lost to Alberta 7-1 
Pool Play Lost to McGill 5-2
2002 0-3 6th Fifth Place Lost to Concordia 8-4 Regina                              Regina, SK
Pool Play Lost to Laurier 3-2 (OT) 
Pool Play Lost to Regina 2-0
2001 0-3 6th Fifth Place Lost to Calgary 5-1 Calgary                           Calgary, AB
Pool Play Lost to Regina 6-0 
Pool Play Lost to Concordia 9-0 
2000 0-3 6th Fifth Place Lost to Guelph 4-1 Concordia                       Montreal, QC
Pool Play Lost to Toronto 5-0 
Pool Play Lost to McGill 5-0
1999 0-3 6th Fifth Place Lost to McGill 5-2 Toronto                  Toronto, ON
Pool Play Lost to Toronto 3-1 
Pool Play Lost to Concordia 13-0

*U SPORTS Championship cancelled after 2 quarterfinal games due to COVID-19 pandemic