Kelsey grads help UBC to national title

Cowichan Valley field hockey products and Frances Kelsey Secondary grads Sarah Keglowitsch and Kelsi Parker helped the UBC Thunderbirds to their fourth consecutive Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship, capped off with a 2-0 win over the University of Toronto in the final on Nov. 2. Keglowitsch scored UBC’s insurance goal in the championship game, and was the T-Birds’ Player of the Game.

At the same tournament, Cowichan Secondary grad Stef Langkammer and Shawnigan Lake School alumna Lizzie Yates helped UVic to the bronze medal.

Langkammer, a rookie in the CIS, scored twice in the bronzemedal game against Guelph.

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