Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Toronto Forward Tegan Stairs Named CIS Women's Field Hockey Player of the Year

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Toronto Forward Tegan Stairs Named CIS Women's Field Hockey Player of the Year

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Toronto forward Stairs named top CIS player

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VICTORIA - University of Toronto forward Tegan Stairs was named the CIS player of the year in women's field hockey Wednesday night.

Stairs led the Blues with 13 goals while helping Toronto compile a stellar 11-1 record.

The fifth-year criminology student, who played two seasons with the Guelph Gryphons before joining the Varsity Blues, picked up OUA rookie-of-the-year honours in her university debut, has been named an OUA all-star every season and is a four-time all-Canadian.

"Tegan is the player every coach dreams of having," said Varsity Blues head coach John DeSouza. "She is fast, creative and unselfish. Her speed helps our team transition into offence very quickly. Her creativity and unselfish play helped this Blues team become a goal scoring threat every time we get the ball. …

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