National Ringette League Award Finalists
The awards program recognizes the performance of NRL athletes during regular season play with trophies for Rookie of the Year, Most Valuable Player, Top Forward, Top Centre, Top Defense, and Top Goalkeeper. These awards along with awards for Coaching Staff of the Year, NRL Top Scorer, NRL Scoring Champion and NRL Volunteer of the Year will be announced at the CRC closing banquet on April 15, 2023.
Nominees for the NRL awards include the following:
Rookie of the Year (the most outstanding athlete in their first year of NRL competition)
- Brittany Lanouette – Rive-Sud Revolution
- Erin Ung – Calgary RATH
- Manon Vautour – Atlantic Attack
- Taylor Lorenz – Saskatchewan Heat
Most Valuable Player (the athlete judged to be the most valuable to their team)
- Annie Debaji – Edmonton WAM!
- Jenny Snowdon – Atlantic Attack
- Kaitlyn Youldon – Calgary RATH
- Laurence Larocque – Rive-Sud Revolution
Top Centre (the most outstanding athlete that played predominantly the centre position)
- Gillian Dreger – Edmonton WAM!
- Justine Exner – Calgary RATH
- Kelsey Youldon – Waterloo Wildfire
- Molly Lewis – Nepean Ravens
Top Forward (the most outstanding athlete that played predominantly forward position)
- Ann Sauve – Calgary RATH
- Audrey-Anne Plante – Rive-Sud Revolution
- Britney Snowdon – Atlantic Attack
- Jamie Bell – Edmonton WAM!
Top Defense (the most outstanding athlete that played predominantly the defense position)
- Camille Dumont – Rive-Sud Revolution
- Julie Vandal – Gatineau Fusion
- Melissa Misutka – Edmonton WAM!
- Rachel Ung – Calgary RATH
Top Goalkeeper (the most outstanding goalkeeper)
- Anjuman Grewal – Edmonton WAM!
- Brea Beck – Calgary RATH
- Jasmine LeBlanc – Atlantic Attack
- Laurie St.Pierre – Rive-Sud Revolution
Team Personnel of the Year (the most outstanding coaching staff group of the year, this award is voted on by the teams)
- Atlantic Attack
- Calgary RATH
- Nepean Ravens
- Saskatchewan Heat
About the National Ringette League
The National Ringette League (NRL) is the showcase league for ringette in Canada and strives to be the premiere women’s sports league in the country. The objectives of the NRL are to move ringette into the mainstream of Canadian sports activity, encourage greater public awareness of ringette, create more and better competitive opportunities for athletes. For more information on the NRL, including schedules, team rosters and athlete profiles, please visit our website at www.nationalringetteleague.ca.