Swan City product Spencer Pommells made his last year of eligibility with the CIS’ University of Windsor Lancers men’s hockey team one to remember.
The 25-year-old, who was the winner of the CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport) scoring race with 50 points – 16 goals and 34 assists – was named the CIS Men’s Hockey Player of the Year last Wednesday, claiming the Senator Joseph A. Sullivan Trophy.
In addition, Pommells was also named a first-team all-Canadian and an OUA West Division first-team all-star.
The CIS men’s hockey awards were handed out during the a gala held in Halifax prior to the start of the 2015 University Cup on March 11.
“It’s very humbling. When I came to Windsor four years ago, I couldn’t have imagined getting this award. It’s definitely a great feeling,” said Pommells.
The 5’10”, 175-pound forward, and liberal studies student, graduated from Grande Prairie Composite High School in 2008 .
He played for the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Sherwood Park Crusaders and St. Albert Steel, as well as in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League before joining the Lancers.
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