Soccer star Christine Sinclair named Canadian women's top player for 14th time
35 year-old led Canada in scoring for the 15th time in 19 years
Christine Sinclair has been voted Canadian women's soccer player of the year for the 14th time.
Sinclair has scored 177 goals in 274 appearances for Canada.
On the club front, she played all 2,160 minutes for the Portland Thorns as they finished second in the NWSL. She scored nine goals and finished tied for third in the league with six assists as the Thorns reached the league championship game.
The award was decided by a vote of Canadian media and coaches. The men's winner will be announced Wednesday.