Making history and securing their names among the all-time greats, the Humber Hawks women's basketball team triumphed over the Fanshawe Falcons in the OCAA gold medal match Sunday evening.
With a final score of 69-54, the Hawks became only the second team in Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) history to win four straight provincial titles.
Miea Campbell-Johnson, with 13 points and seven rebounds, was named Humber's Player of the Game. Aleena Domingo led the team in scoring with 17 points and 14 rebounds, Leticia Lopez finished with ten points and Ceejay Nofuente had 11 points and 13 rebounds.
Both Lopez and Domingo were named tournament all-stars for Humber.
For her dominant performance throughout the championship, Nofuente was named tournament MVP. Nofuente is the second player in OCAA history to be named tournament MVP three years in a row, adding to her status as one of the most decorated CCAA athletes ever.
Also setting records Sunday was head coach Ajay Sharma, the first coach in program history to win four provincial titles.
From here, the Hawks head to Mount Alison University in New Brunswick to try to claim the national crown at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association championship. The tournament begins March 15.