Kitson and Langille are the first All-Americans in program history and were part of a club that set school-records for wins, goals scored, assists and goals-against-average. Cumberland finished the season 19-3-0 overall, netting 91 goals and 65 assists while allowing just 12 total goals by opponents, a 0.54 GAA.
Kitson tied for fifth nationally in goals-against-average (0.52), racking up 18 victories in net and making 78 saves. The Edmonton, Alberta, native was incredible at the end of the year, recording 13 saves against third-ranked Lindsey Wilson in a 2-1 victory in the Mid-South Conference Championships title game. Kitson also had 15 saves in CUs 1-0 loss versus Concordia [OR] University in the second round of the NAIA Championships.
Langille led the nation in points (82), goals (37), shots per game (7.18) and shots on goal per game (4.18) and ranked second in the country in game-winning goals (8). The Ardrossan, Alberta, native registered 12 matches with multiple goals, including six outings with at least three goals, four games with at least four goals and one contest with five goals. Langille also added eight assists for the Bulldogs.