Team Canada selection camp to be held in Mississauga ON

Ottawa, ON – April 27thThirty-six of Canada’s top ringette athletes will gather in Mississauga at the end of May in the hopes of securing a spot on Ringette Canada’s junior national team.

Following the selection camp, which runs from May 19-23, in Mississauga ON, the roster will be announced. They will then continue to train for the upcoming 2022 World Ringette Championships in Espoo, Finland.

“Our junior national team selection camp brings together our top under-21 athletes from across the country for a chance at securing a spot on Team Canada,” said Frances Losier, Ringette Canada’s High Performance Director. “These athletes have been waiting a long time for this opportunity and will be giving it everything they have. We are looking forward to providing them with a training environment that allows them to reach their goals.’


The athletes vying for a spot on Ringette Canada’s junior national team are as follows:

Full Name – Hometown

Tatum Allen – Kitchener, ON

Kaylee Armstrong – Calgary, AB

Vittoria Barbieri – St.Albert, AB.

Geneviève Belliveau – Dieppe, NB

Mikyla Brewster – Calgary, AB

Noémie Brochu – Boisbriand, QC

Sophie Chenier – Gatineau, QC

Katherine Eamon – Calgary, AB

Olivia Edissi – Ottawa, ON

Megane Fortin – Blainville, QC

Madison Galeski – Calgary, AB

Nicole Girardin – Winnipeg, MB

Alexsi Kavvadas – Winnipeg, MB

Emma Kelly – Nepean, ON

Vail Ketsa – Sturgeon County/St. Albert, AB

Holland Kozan – White City, SK

Quinn Ladoon – Calgary, AB

Isabella Larocque – Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac, QC

Cloé LeBlanc – Memramcook, NB

Jalena Marelic – Ottawa, ON

Kaitlyn McGillen – Ajax, ON

Regan Meier –  Calgary, AB

Jasmine Menard – Gatineau, QC

Erika Neubrand – Bornholm, ON

Belle Paisley – Manitoba

Rachael Pelisek – Ottawa, ON

Sydnie Rock –  Calgary, AB

Josée Roy – Ste-Agathe, MB

Paige Roy – Calgary, AB

Katharine Shaughnessy – Cambridge, ON

Alexandra Trudel – St-Colomban, QC

Jaimie Tuininga – Edmonton, AB

Erin Ung – Calgary, AB

Manon Vautour – Dieppe, NB

Jazmine Waldal – Calgary, AB

Marla Wheeler – Dalemead, AB


Mark Beal (Cap Pele, NB) leads the junior national team as head coach, along with assistant coaches Keely Brown (Kitchener, ON), Andrea Ferguson (Winnipeg, MB) & Colleen Hagan (Manotick, ON).  Melinda Krulicki (Red Deer, AB) is the team’s athletic therapist and Jocelyn MacLeod (Winnipeg, MB) is the team manager.

Good skill to all our athletes.  Looking forward to seeing you all in Mississauga in May.

Territory acknowledgement

While we are a proud Canadian organization, we acknowledge that our head office is located on traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg People, and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Ringette Canada extends our respect to all First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples for their valuable contributions to this land. We are committed to moving forward in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.

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