(Windsor, Ontario) - The St. Clair College women’s indoor soccer team wrapped up their season on Saturday winning the OCAA Silver Medal. The Championship was hosted by Redeemer University in Ancaster.
The Championship game was a rematch against the Humber Hawks from the day before. On Friday, the Saints tied Humber 0-0 in round robin play. In another great match neither team could score in the first half after a couple of great saves by both keepers. Humber got the game’s only goal midway through the second half on a nice individual effort. St. Clair pressured Humber late but could not get the tying goal.
Since coming back into Indoor Soccer in 2014 the St. Clair women have done very well. They have qualified for the provincial Championship all 4 years and have won a Gold (2015) along with their Silver this year.
The men’s indoor soccer team also came home with the Silver Medal for the second year in a row.
In the Championship gold medal game the Saints were taking on the George Brown Huskies. In another entertaining fast paced game the Huskies went up 1-0 halfway through the second half. The Saints put on tons of pressure over the last 10 minutes but could not get one past the George Brown keeper to even the score.
St. Clair’s Beaton was named a Championship All Star. Beaton played every minute in goal for the Saints and allowed only 2 goals against in 6 games. Martin Nyul (Hungary) was also named a Championship All Star. Nyul scored 2 goals in the tournament but was a threat to score every time he was on the field.
Since coming back into Indoor Soccer in 2014 the St. Clair men have done very well. They have qualified for the provincial Championship all 4 years and have now won back to back Silver Medals.