Annual Quebec Awards
sive rebounds per game, while being responsible for defending the opposition’s top player. Roy is the third Gaiter ever to be named Defensive Player of the Year, following Anouk Boulanger and France Lanoie, and the first since 2006.
«Jessy has had an outstanding year,» said Alex Perno, the Gaiters’ head coach. «She is without a doubt our leader on offence and defence. On defence, this year, she has been unbelievable. She is a lock-down defender. She is our field general on the floor.»
Chamberland, 21, led the Gaiters, and was fourth in the province, with 11,9 points per game. The exVolontaire was second in Quebec with a 0.358 three-point shooting percentage, and third in the league with 1.6 threepointers per game. She scored in double figures ten times in 16 games this year.
Fortin-tremblay, 21, started 15 of 16 league games for the Gaiters this year. The six-foot centre tied for second in the league with 14 blocked shots in 16 games. She finished third on the Gaiters with 6.6 points per game, and averaged 3.3 rebounds per contest. Her season was highlighted by a 17-point, six-rebound performance on January 20 at UQAM.
Katz, 20, started all 16 league games for Bishop’s. She finished with 6.3 points and 3.9 rebounds per game. She was tied for tenth in the province with six blocked shots. She posted her first career double-double on January 7 at UQAM, as she scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.