Team Canada selection camp to be held in Edmonton, AB
Ottawa, ON – April 29th, 2022 – Canada’s top ringette athletes will gather in Edmonton on May 19th in the hopes of securing a spot on Ringette Canada’s Senior National Team. Following the selection camp, athletes moving on to the next phase of selection will be announced. They will then continue to train for the upcoming 2022 World Ringette Championships. The final roster will be announced following the final selection camp which will take place, July 29-31 in Dartmouth, NS.
“We are looking forward to bringing together Canada’s best athletes in this exciting next step of our national team program,” said Frances Losier, Ringette Canada’s High-Performance Director. “These athletes will be leaving it all on the ice at this camp and we are excited to build a strong and capable team that we are confident will be set for success at the upcoming world championships.”
The athletes vying for a spot on Ringette Canada’s senior national team are as follows:
Full Name – Hometown, Prov – NRL Team
Ann Sauve – Strathmore, AB – Calgary RATH
Breanna Beck – Red Deer, AB – Calgary RATH
Danielle Bechard – Spruce Grove, AB – Black Gold Rush
Gillian Dreger – Lacombe, AB – Edmonton WAM!
Lauren Chown – Calgary, AB – Calgary RATH
Melissa Misutka – Lacombe, AB – Edmonton WAM!
Molly Chorney – Rivière Qui Barre, AB – Black Gold Rush
Nicole Pelletier – Edmonton, AB – Black Gold Rush
Robyn Gillespie – Sherwood Park, AB – Waterloo Wildfire
Torrie Shennan – Edmonton, AB – RNK in the SM league in Finland
Melanie Thomas – West Vancouver, BC – Edmonton WAM!
Nina Tajbakhsh – North Vancouver, BC – Edmonton WAM!
Brett Van Nieuw Amerongen – La Salle, MB – Manitoba Herd
Britney Snowdon – Moncton, NB – Atlantic Attack
Isabelle Cormier – Dieppe, NB – Atlantic Attack
Jasmine LeBlanc – Dieppe, NB – Atlantic Attack
Jenny Snowdon – Moncton, NB – Atlantic Attack
Miguelle Proulx – Dieppe, NB – Atlantic Attack
Grace MacKenzie – Stillwater Lake, NS – Atlantic Attack
Sydney Granger – Dorchester, ON – Calgary RATH
Cam Schnarr – Waterloo, ON – Waterloo Wildfire
Erika Kiviaho – Whitefish, ON – Waterloo Wildfire
Lydia Duncan – Mitchell, ON – Waterloo Wildfire
Émily Chénier, Gatineau, QC – Gatineau Fusion
Marie-Pier Blanchard – Ste-Julie, QC – Montreal Mission
Camille Dumont – Beaconsfield, QC – Rive Sud Revolution
Camille Lavoie – Saint-Basile-le-Grand, QC – Rive Sud Revolution
Chantal St-Laurent – Gatineau, QC – Gatineau Fusion
Emilie Cunial – Beaconsfield , QC – Rive Sud Revolution
Julie Vandal – Gatineau, QC – Gatineau Fusion
Laurence Larocque – Vaudreuil Sur Le Lac, QC – Rive Sud Revolution
Laurianne Bourke – Varennes, QC – Rive Sud Revolution
Laurie St-Pierre – Boucherville, QC – Rive Sud Revolution
Lorrie Horne (Sherwood Park, AB) leads the senior national team as head coach, along with assistant coaches, Chris Belan (Calgary, AB), Julie Blanchette (Montreal, QC), Heather Konkin (Edmonton, AB), Jacinda Rolph (Parkland County, AB). Connie Klassen (Victoria, BC) is the team’s athletic therapist. Good skill to all our athletes. Looking forward to seeing you all in Edmonton for this next stage of our selection process.