The Women's Indoor Soccer team captured the OCAA Championship for the second time in three years, defeating the Fanshawe Falcons 1-0.
Following a scoreless first half, Hilda Chmait scored midway through the second half to provide the Sting with all of the offense they would need.
Championship All-Star and Championship Top Goalkeeper Kaitlyn James shut the door on the Falcons, completing a two-day championship which saw her allow just one goal in five matches.
Jamie Smith was named the Championship MVP for her efforts, leading the Sting defense against the provinces' top teams.
The Sting stamped their ticket to the championship match by defeating the Humber Hawks 1-0 in overtime. Elaine Kereakou was the hero for the Sting, notching the winner in the extra session.
The Sting completed the championship 4-0-1 including a 2-0-1 record in pool play. Following an opening 1-0 win over the Centennial Colts, the Sting drew with Sheridan 1-1 before completing pool play with a 2-0 win over the reigning OCAA Champion St. Clair Saints.
This is the fourth time the Sting have played in the Indoor Soccer Championship match over the last five years, capturing two golds and two silvers. The Sting have also played in the last three Outdoor Soccer Championship match, capturing one championship and two silver medals.