U18 Development Team Coaching Staff and camp invitations announced
Ringette Canada is pleased to announce the coaching staff and invitations to 40 athletes to compete at the 2023 u18 Development and Selection Camp from August 7 – 14, 2023 in Calgary, Alberta.
From the forty (40) athletes, thirty-four (34) athletes will be selected to represent Canada in the International Development Program hosted during the World Ringette Championship at WinSport from October 26 – November 4, 2023 in Calgary, Alberta.
u18 Development Team / Équipe de développement u18
|J #||Name / Nom||P||Hometown/ Ville d’origne||2022-23 Team / Equipe 2022-23|
|2||Charlotte Anderson||C/F||Ajax||ON||u19AA Ajax Pickering|
|3||Katelyn Barteaux||F/D||Kanata||ON||West Ottawa Wild|
|19||Janie Bourque||D||Grand-Barachois||NB||u19AA Team New Brunswick|
|7||Jessica Chapman||D||Waterloo||ON||Waterloo Wildfire|
|14||Dayna Dingwell||D||Chepstow||PEI||PEI Canada Games, PEI u19 Wave|
|10||Mia Fiorvanti||C/F||Stittsville||ON||WORA u19AA|
|6||Morgan Forrest||C||Orleans||ON||GCRA – Gloucester Cumberland|
|26||Bailie Frigault||F||Cocagne||NB||Team NB and CWG NB|
|99||Gabrielle Gosselin||F||Memramcook||NB||Team NB AA and CWG NB|
|16||Maya Howard||F||Ottawa||ON||GCRA u19AA and Ontario AA|
|12||Cynthia Leblanc||D||Haute-Aboujagane||NB||CWG Team NB|
|31||Amadea Llewellyn||G||Fortune Bridge||PEI||U19AA PEI Wave|
|17||Cassidy MacLeod||F/C||Cocagne||NB||Team NB CWG and Team NB u19|
|64||Emma Mason||C/D||Belwood||ON||Guelph Predators|
|77||Leah Mombourquette||F||Stillwater Lake||NS||Nova Scotia CWG|
|22||Sofia Morello||C||Pointe-Claire||QC||Lac Saint-Louis|
|91||Zoe Nagy||F||Boucher Ville||QC||Rive-Sud|
|9||Geneviève Robichaud||D||Ottawa||ON||GCRA u19AA and Team Ontario (CWG)|
|9||Tobi Albert||D||Saskatoon||SK||Saskatoon Blazers|
|3||Tayte Arlinghaus||F||St Albert||AB||St Albert Mission|
|8||Tessa Brown||C||Calgary||AB||Calgary Fusion|
|17||Riley Chapman||D||Calgary||AB||Calgary AA Rise|
|14||Karley Clark||D||Strathmore||AB||u19AA Zone 2|
|21||Talisa Cowley||F||Langdon||AB||U19AA Zone 2|
|16||Madison Fitzpatrick||F||Calgary||AB||Team AB / Calgary Rise|
|77||Tessa Galandy||F||Strathmore||AB||Zone 2 Blaze|
|29||Julia Harvie||G||Surrey||BC||U19AA Team BC|
|1||Cadence Howe||G||Regina||SK||Regina Bandits|
|6||Olivia Hwang||D||St Albert||AB||St Albert Mission|
|22||Taylor Johnston||D||Regina||SK||u19AA Regina Bandits|
|26||Lauren Lesko||F||Calgary||AB||Team Alberta/Calgary AA Rise|
|33||Aeva Lott||G||Red Deer||AB||Red Deer Rush|
|15||Leah Marlborough||D||Calgary||AB||u19AA Calgary Fusion|
|5||Dylan Pighin||C||Water Valley||AB||Zone 2AA Blaze|
|11||Anjali Risbud||F||Calgary||AB||Calgary u19AA Fusion|
|13||Jemma Sangha||C||Anmore||BC||Team BC u19 AA|
|24||Brianna Shupe||C||Regina||SK||Regina Bandits|
|18||Ava Will||D||Calgary||AB||Calgary u19AA Fusion|
|u18 Coaching and Support Staff || Entraîneurs et personnel de soutien|
|Head Coach/ Entraîneure en chef||Tracey Tulloch||Halifax||NS|
|Assistant Coach / Entraîneure adjointe||Sarah Ianni||Toronto||ON|
|Assistant Coach / Entraîneure adjointe||Jessica Boisvert||Ottawa||ON|
|Head Coach/ Entraîneure en chef||Danielle Brassington||Vancouver||BC|
|Assistant Coach / Entraîneure adjointe||Caley Mineault||Calgary||AB|
|Assistant Coach / Entraîneure adjointe||Daina Seymour||Regina||SK|
Originally from Bedford, NS and now living in Halifax, NS. Tracey Tulloch has been coaching ringette for 24 years. Tracey has coached at the provincial level for much of that time and has had the opportunity to be a part of the NS Canada Winter Games team staff over three cycles. Tracey has also been a part of the team staff of the National Ringette League’s Atlantic Attack since 2019. Tracey has been a part of the 2010 and 2017 Senior National Team programs as Team Leader, and was most recently a Head Coach at the 2022 U17 La Releve. Tracey is excited at the prospect of continuing to work with some of these U18 athletes in their introduction to the International level. When asked about the opportunity, Tulloch shared, “I’m excited to be a part of this new program that should help to prepare our Canadian players to compete on the world ringette stage.”
Sarah Ianni is returning to the National Team Program after being a part of the bench staff for the 2015 and 2017 U21 Programs. As an athlete, Sarah has represented Canada in three National Team Programs, was an assistant captain in 2002 when Canada won the World Championships and is a member of Ringette Canada’s Hall of Fame in the athlete and team category. Sarah is currently the head coach for the U19AA team in Richmond Hill where she has coached for the past 12 seasons and is a high school mathematics teacher in Toronto.
Jessica Boisvert is an accomplished coach in Ontario, medaling at the Ontario Winter Games and winning provincial championships. Jessica brings experience from playing in the National Ringette League and coaching at the Canadian Ringette Championships at the U16, U19 and NRL levels. She is currently coaching the Nepean Ravens NRL team in Ottawa where she works as a physical education teacher in the Ottawa Carleton District School Board.
Dani Brassington is an Intelligence Analyst from North Vancouver, BC. She has been involved in the high performance ringette community in BC for over 25 years as a player and now as a coach. In recent years she led the BC Provincial Excellence program, has prepared multiple teams for the Canadian Ringette Championships at the U19 and NRL level, and worked with Team BC for the 2019 and 2023 CWG cycles. Dani is excited to be a part of the U18 National Development Program and to work with the next generation of Canadian athletes.
Daina Seymour is rejoining the national team program after previously serving as an alternate with the 2000 National Team and an apprentice coach with the 2007 National Team. Daina was part of the coaching team that led Saskatchewan to a Bronze Medal at the 2023 Canada Winter Games, 24 years after earning Team Sask’s last bronze medal in 1999. Daina has won several medals and was selected to the all-star lineup multiple times at the Western and Canadian Ringette Championships as an athlete. Daina works in the Education Profession and she also currently operates a ringette skills and development camp and offers instruction opportunities for former and current players to contribute to the sport.
Caley has been coaching within the Calgary AA Ringette Association at the U16 and U19 levels for the past 9 years. During this time she has earned a variety of medals at the Canadian Ringette Championships. Caley has been a part of two Winter Games coaching teams earning a Gold Medal at the 2020 Alberta Winter Games, and recently a Silver Medal at the 2023 Canada Winter Games. Outside of ringette, Caley is a junior high teacher for the Calgary Board of Education.