Humber, which lost two players to red cards in the first 30 minutes beat Capilano, 5-3, in a shootout after a scoreless draw to win Canada's CCAA men's title in a battle of perennial powers.
Humber won its fifth title while Capilano has won a record six CCAA crowns.
Humber advanced to the title game by not allowing a goal, beating Champlain, 6-0, and from Algonquin, 1-0.
Capilano defeated Holland College, 3-2, then went on a scoring rampage in a 5-1 semifinal win over B.C. rival Kwantlen.
In the first 10 minutes, the Hawks lost Dominic Roberts
after his second yellow card and Hawk star Joshua Paredes-Proctor was red carded in the 30th minute.
With Humber leading 4-3, goalkeeper Eugenio Garro made the save that decided the shootout. Hawk veteran Michael Aigbokie then scored to clinch the title.
were named to the Championship All-Star team: Gerardo Magno, Jesse Assing and Janeil