Megan LeBlanc wins collegiate scoring title, named academic All-Canadian

Megan Leblanc of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology Ooks (NAIT) was the Alberta Collegiate Athletics Conference’s (ACAC) women's hockey top scorer for the 2019-20 regular season. 

In her third year at NAIT, LeBlanc, who hails from Estevan, led the ACAC during the regular season with 25 points. She had 14 goals and 11 assists in 21 games played. The personal fitness training student was also named an ACAC second team all-conference player.

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"I think Meg is one of the most entertaining players to watch in the ACAC. Her ability to accelerate and then stickhandle through multiple players, eventually finding a way to put the puck in the back of the net, is impressive," said NAIT head coach Stef Thomson.

"I'm super proud of how much she has developed and improved since last season."

She was also one of four players named an Academic All-Canadian by the ACAC. These athletes have achieved the highest success in both athletics and academics by being named to an ACAC All-Conference team as well as achieving academic honours standing at their respective institutions. 

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