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Humber’s Women’s Gold Team Goes on to Win Its 11th OCAA Championship

Dominating from start to finish, the Humber women's golf team captured its 11th OCAA Championship on Sept. 22 at Crimson Ridge Golf Course. For the Hawks, it was also their third title over the last four seasons.


Hayley McCallum became just the sixth female OCAA golfer to repeat as the individual champion, shooting a final round-low four-over-par (76) to win the 54-hole event by seven strokes. McCallum is now a three-time CCAA All-Canadian, joining Bev Peel and Shauna Wilde as the only players in program history to complete the feat.

Madison Ouellette, making her first OCAA championship appearance, shot a final-round 83 to capture the individual silver medal. Second-year player Elaine Surjoprajogo finished eight strokes back in a tie for third, earning her second straight individual bronze medal. It's just the first time since 2007 that the same school claimed all three medal spots, a feat Humber accomplished 14 years ago.

All three Humber players were named to the all-tournament team.

Humber beat St. Clair by 45 strokes, while Durham finished third 65 strokes back.

Tournament Scores

Hayley McCallum: 80-85-76 – 241
Madison Ouellette: 82-83-83 – 248
Elaine Surjoprajogo: 78-92-86 – 256

Women's golf team holding up the provincial championship plaque

What's Next?

Humber will now set its sights on the 2021 CCAA National Championship at the Ambassador Golf Club in Windsor from Oct. 12-15.

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