ZURICH, Switzerland - Ryerson University women's hockey coach Lisa Jordan won a silver medal with Canada's women's national hockey team at the 2011 IIHF World Championship in Zurich, Switzerland.  Jordan served as an assistant with Team Canada, who fell 3-2 in overtime to arch-rival United States in the gold medal game on Monday. 

Jordan was recently appointed head coach at Ryerson after 14 seasons behind the bench at Saint Mary's University. A two-time AUS coach of the year and CIS coach of the year in 2003, she guided the Huskies to an impressive record of 118 wins, 52 losses and 11 ties over the last nine seasons.

The Canadians were 3-0 in the preliminary round, before defeating Finland 4-1 in the semi-finals on Saturday. The Team Canada roster featured two players from the CIS (Charline Labonté - McGill; Haley Wickenheiser - Calgary) as well as two CIS coaches (Jordan - Ryerson; Dan Church - York).

Canada and the U.S. have met for the gold medal at the worlds all 13 times the tournament has been contested. Canada has won gold nine times, but the Americans have captured the last three titles.