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    Courtesy of ocaa.com: https://www.ocaa.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/10302022ocaarecap The following post from October 30, 2022 courtesy of ocaa.com https://www.ocaa.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/10302022ocaarecap. OSHAWA, Ont. - The 2022 OCAA Women's Soccer Championship came to an end on Sunday, with the Humber Hawks winning their first gold medal since 2012. In the bronze medal match, Niagara was playing for their first OCAA medal in program history. Durham was looking to earn bronze for the first time since 2018. In the ninth minute of the match, Megan Morgado put the Knights ahead 1-0....

    Courtesy of ocaa.com: https://ocaachampionships.prestosports.com/championships/msoc/2022-23/newsFiles/10292022final The following post is courtesy of the ocaa.com website https://ocaachampionships.prestosports.com/championships/msoc/2022-23/newsFiles/10292022final from October 29, 2022. VAUGHAN – As the top two collegiate teams in the province kicked off to battle for the OCAA championship, the Hawks were looking to win their 15th OCAA gold in program history. Humber knew their clash against the Sting would be tough as Seneca was the only other team with a perfect season; however, the jam-packed bleachers at the Ontario Soccer Centre were...

    The following post from October 28, 2022 is courtesy of ocaa.com https://ocaachampionships.prestosports.com/championships/msoc/2022-23/newsFiles/10262022sf. The powerhouse Humber Hawks and the dominant Seneca Sting have booked their spots in the 2022 CCAA national championship tournament, hosted by Langara College November 8th to 12th. But first, these two squads will compete in the OCAA championship final on October 29th at the Ontario Soccer Centre in Vaughan, Ontario. Kick-off is set for 3 p.m. and will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network. Semifinal...

    DATEAWAYHOMESTATUSLINKSOCTOBERWed. 26St. Lawrence *1Fanshawe6FinalRecap  Photos Game 2 Durham *1Humber5FinalRecap  Photos Game 1 Conestoga *1George Brown1Final - PK HomeRecap  Photos Game 4 St. Clair *1Seneca2FinalRecap  Photos Game 3Fri. 28Fanshawe * Humber 12:00 PM Game 5 George Brown * Seneca 3:00 PM Game 6Courtesy of ocaa.com: https://ocaachampionships.prestosports.com/championships/msoc/2022-23/index In the first full season post pandemic in the OCAA, it has been a season full of heathy surprises, welcome backs, heartbreaks and triumphs. There have been disappointments, but not in the quality of soccer played at the 2022 OCAA Provincial Championships hosted by Humber College at the Ontario Soccer Center. All three of last year's...

    Courtesy of ocaa.com: https://www.ocaa.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/10272022ocaarecap The following post is from October 27, 2022 courtesy of the OCAA website https://www.ocaa.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/10272022ocaarecap. The 2022 OCAA Women's Soccer Championship, hosted by Durham College, is through its first day and four teams remain ahead of the semi-finals on Saturday. Sydney Sica opened the scoring for the Niagara Knights in the first quarter-final of the day against the Algonquin Wolves in the the first 10 minutes. Only seconds later, Sica scored her second goal of the match to...

    Photo Credit OCAA.com: https://www.ocaa.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/10262022ocaapreview The following post is courtesy of the OCAA website on October 26, 2022 https://www.ocaa.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/10262022ocaapreview. OSHAWA, Ont. - Durham College plays host to the 2022 Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Women's Soccer Championship beginning Thursday at Vaso's Field in Oshawa, Ont. The host Lords haven't won a provincial championship since 2007 as they look to break through against some worthy competition. Three undefeated clubs will make the trek to Oshawa including the Seneca Sting who have won...

    Photo Credit: Diego Guillen Courtesy of OCAA.com: https://www.ocaa.com/sports/msoc/2022-23/releases/10252022ocaapreview The following post is from October 25, 2022 on OCAA.com https://www.ocaa.com/sports/msoc/2022-23/releases/10252022ocaapreview. VAUGHAN, Ont. - Humber College plays host to the 2022 Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) Men's Soccer Championship beginning Wednesday at the Ontario Soccer Centre in Vaughan, Ont. All three of last year's OCAA medalists return to the big stage, including the defending provincial and national champion Humber Hawks, runner-up George Brown Huskies, and bronze winner Seneca Sting. Both Humber and...

    Courtesy of the OCAA.ca: https://www.ocaa.com/sports/wsoc/2022-23/releases/10172022wsocrankings Postcoach.ca: Julian Carr Ask anyone in the OCAA, it’s been a very interesting year, the first full year back from COVID with a normal schedule and full run of games. The OCAA welcomed back Cambrian and Algonquin into the league and the year has been about excitement. The playoffs should not disappoint either. The Seneca women appear to be the team to beat and the odds on favorite to go back to the National...

    Courtesy of OCAA.com: https://www.ocaa.com/sports/msoc/2022-23/releases/10172022msocrankings Postcoach.ca: Julian Carr Ask anyone in the OCAA, it's been a very interesting year, the first full year back from COVID with a normal schedule and full run of games. In a year where the coaches and administrators alike have made mistakes with regards to player eligibility and understanding about said eligibility. Where clerical errors have cost teams playoff positions because game sheets were not completed properly, so others were given the opportunity...

    Photo Credit Courtesy: League 1 Ontario Head Coach Patrice Geshar discusses the inevitable changes and expectations for this upcoming season. Story By Andrew Skerritt August 15, 2022 Seneca College will be tested this upcoming season as they approach unfamiliar changes to critical areas of their team. As one of Canada’s most pristine post-secondary soccer programs, Seneca College is gearing up for a challenging season ahead. Patrice Geshar, the head coach of the men’s team, expressed the possible changes fans will see in their...