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Alumnae Aplenty: 67 Players With U18 Nationals Experience to Attend U18 and U22 Camps
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August 10, 2012
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When Canada’s top young female players converge on Calgary for the National Women’s Under-18 Team and National Women’s Under-22/Development Team selection camps early in August, there will be no shortage of National Women’s Under-18 Championship alumnae in attendance.

Of the 80 players who received invites to the two camps, 67 represented their province or region at the U18 Nationals, combining for 107 appearances and 28 gold medals – all, of course, from Ontario Red, which is seven-for-seven at the tournament, winning every national title.

The list includes 36 of the 40 U22 hopefuls and 31 with U18 aspirations, including forward Kennedy Ottenbreit-Daunheimer, who is the only player at the U18 camp with experience at more than one national championship; she represented Saskatchewan as a 14-year-old at the 2009 nationals in Surrey, B.C., and last year in Saguenay, Que., at the age of 16.

Other notables include 2010 Olympic gold medallist Marie-Philip Poulin, who finished her National Women’s Under-18 Championship career as the tournament’s all-time leading scorer, racking up 30 points (12 goals, 18 assists) in three appearances with Quebec, and a trio of players at the U18 camp – Kristyn Capizzano, Hilary Lloyd and Sarah Nurse – who helped Ontario Red to gold at last year’s nationals in Saguenay as underagers.

All 40 of the players invited to Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team selection camp are eligible to play in the 2012 National Women’s Under-18 Championship, Nov. 7-11 in Dawson Creek, B.C.

NATIONAL WOMEN’S U18 CHAMPIONSHIP ALUMNAE ATTENDING U22 SELECTION CAMP

  • Erin Ambrose, D – Ontario Blue, 2008; Ontario Red, 2009/2011
  • Kelly Babstock, F – Ontario Red, 2009
  • Christine Bestland, F – Manitoba, 2007/2008/2009
  • Shelby Bram, F – Manitoba, 2009
  • Jessica Campbell, F – Saskatchewan, 2007/2008/2009
  • Mellissa Channell, D – Ontario Red, 2011
  • Hayleigh Cudmore, D – Ontario Red, 2008/2009
  • Mélodie Daoust, F – Quebec, 2007/2008/2009
  • Gabrielle Davidson, F – Quebec, 2008/2009
  • Sarah Davis, F – Atlantic, 2007/2008/2009
  • Ann-Renée Desbiens, G – Quebec, 2009/2011
  • Roxanne Douville, G – Quebec, 2007/2008
  • Shannon Doyle, D – Ontario Blue, 2007; Ontario Red, 2008/2009
  • Meghan Dufault, F – Manitoba, 2008/2009/2011
  • Sarah Edney, D – Ontario Blue, 2009
  • Brittany Esposito, F – Alberta, 2008
  • Laura Fortino, D – Ontario Red, 2007/2008
  • Kaleigh Fratkin, D – British Columbia, 2007/2008/2009
  • Emily Fulton, F – Ontario Red, 2009
  • Erica Howe, G – Ontario Red, 2009
  • Brianne Jenner, F – Ontario Blue, N2005; Ontario Red, 2007/2008
  • Rebecca Kohler, F – Ontario Red, 2011
  • Brigette Lacquette, D – Manitoba, 2008
  • Sarah Lefort, F – Quebec, 2011
  • Shannon MacAulay, F – Atlantic, 2009/2011
  • Emerance Maschmeyer, G – Alberta, 2011
  • Isabel Ménard, F – Ontario Blue, 2007; Ontario Red, 2008
  • Carly Mercer, F – Ontario Red, 2008/2009
  • Saige Pacholok, D – Alberta, 2007/2008
  • Cassandra Poudrier, D – Quebec, 2007/2008/2009
  • Marie-Philip Poulin, F – Quebec, N2005/2007/2008
  • Jamie Lee Rattray, F – Ontario Blue, 2007; Ontario Red, 2008/2009
  • Jillian Saulnier, F – Atlantic, 2007/2008/2009
  • Laura Stacey, F – Ontario Blue, 2009; Ontario Red, 2011
  • Kelly Terry, F – Ontario Red, 2008/2009
  • Kayla Tutino, F – Quebec, 2008/2009
  • NATIONAL WOMEN’S U18 CHAMPIONSHIP ALUMNAE ATTENDING U18 SELECTION CAMP

  • Taylor Accursi, F – Ontario Blue, 2011
  • Geneviève Bannon, F – Quebec, 2011
  • Taryn Baumgardt, D – Alberta, 2011
  • Ashleigh Brykaliuk, F – Manitoba, 2011
  • Hanna Bunton, F – Ontario Blue, 2011
  • Kristyn Capizzano, F – Ontario Red, 2011
  • Robyn Chemago, G – Alberta, 2011
  • Emily Clark, F – Saskatchewan, 2011
  • Catherine Daoust, D – Quebec, 2011
  • Catherine Dubois, F – Quebec, 2011
  • Samantha Fieseler, D – British Columbia, 2011
  • Karly Heffernan, F – Alberta, 2011
  • Jesse Keca, F – British Columbia, 2011
  • Emma Korbs, D – Ontario Blue, 2011
  • Halli Krzyzaniak, D – Manitoba, 2011
  • Breanna Lanceleve, F – Atlantic, 2011
  • Hilary Lloyd, F – Ontario Red, 2011
  • Nicole Martindale, F – Ontario Blue, 2011
  • Hayley Masters, F – Ontario Blue, 2011
  • Sydney McKibbon, F – Ontario Blue, 2011
  • Hannah Miller, F – British Columbia, 2011
  • Eden Murray, F – Alberta, 2011
  • Kimberly Newell, G – British Columbia, 2011
  • Sarah Nurse, F – Ontario Red, 2011
  • ennedy Ottenbreit-Daunheimer, F – Saskatchewan, 2009/2011
  • Alexa Ranahan, D – British Columbia, 2011
  • Sydney Smith, D – Alberta, 2011
  • Sarah Steele, D – Atlantic, 2011
  • Samantha Sutherland, F – Alberta, 2011
  • Brianna Veerman, F – Ontario Blue, 2011
  • Chelsea Ziadie, D – Quebec, 2011

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