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Ella Goldschmid

This past weekend was an important one for the Camosun College Chargers as the team continued its push to reach the playoffs. With more games on the road than at home left to play, the Chargers were counting on this weekend’s home games improve their 3-6 record and make the move up the conference standings.

Second-year student-athlete Ella Goldschmid was a large contributor to the Chargers’ ability to defeat the visiting Langara Falcons and Douglas Royals. On Friday, Goldschmid posted 15 pts, 4 rebounds and 2 steals. The following day, the fiery 5’6” wing/point led the Chargers with 14 pts, 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal.

Goldschmid was a major force in helping Camosun reduce their turnovers, increase their shot totals and improve their attempts at reaching the foul line. “We were lucky to play well against both teams and Ella helped to lead the way in what we hope will be the start to a successful restart to our season,” commented Head Coach Brett Westcott.