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NCAA players highlight Canada’s National Women’s Development Team selection camp

Hockey Canada announced Monday the 42 players who have been invited to Canada’s National Women’s Development Team selection camp that will take place Aug. 8-17 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.

From the selection camp, Hockey Canada will choose 22 players for a three-game series against the United States Women’s Under-22 Select Team, scheduled for Aug. 21-24 in Calgary.

The selection camp roster includes six goalies, 12 defensemen and 24 forwards.

Player's Name
Position
School (2013-14)
Ali BinningtonGRIT
Anne-Renee DesbiensGWisconsin
Jaimie LeonoffGYale
Amanda LeveilleGMinnesota
Emerance MaschmeyerGHarvard
Kimberly NewellGPrinceton
Erin AmbroseDClarkson
Melissa ChannellDWisconsin
Hayleigh CudmoreDCornell
Shannon DoyleDBoston University
Renata FastDClarkson
Abbey FrazerDHarvard
Halli KrzyzaniakDNorth Dakota
Cassandra PoudrierDCornell
Ashleigh BrykaliukFMinnesota-Duluth
Hanna BuntonFCornell
Jessica CampbellFCornell
Kristyn CapizzanoFBoston College
Meghan DufaultFNorth Dakota
Emily FultonFCornell
Rebecca KohlerFNorth Dakota
Sarah LefortFBoston University
Shannon MacAulayFClarkson
Sarah NurseFWisconsin
Laura StaceyFDartmouth
Samantha SutherlandFBoston University
Blayre TurnbullFWisconsin
Louise WarrenFBoston University
Taylor WoodsFCornell
Shelby Bram *FMercyhurst
Sarah Edney *FHarvard
Cayley Mercer *FClarkson

* – player selected, but unable to attend

In addition, Cara Morey (Princeton) is an assistant coach for the team and Candice Moxley (Buffalo State) is the team’s video coach.

For the camp, Greg Fargo (Colgate) and Britni Smith (Clarkson) are assistant coaches.


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  • John Terry

    Wow! Rit!

  • Star Mason

    Sure looks like the NCAA is a place Canadian women go to improve their skills.

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