2018 CCAA Women's Golf All-Canadians

2018 CCAA Women's Golf All-Canadians

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2018 CCAA Women's Golf All-Canadians.

The student-athletes, who are selected by their conference based on performance and contribution to the sport and their team, were honoured at a banquet during the 2018 CCAA Golf National Championships, hosted by Medicine Hat College in Medicine Hat, AB.

Here are the 2018 Women's Golf All-Canadians:


Samantha Copeland

 

Rebecca Reitsma

 

UBC Okanagan Heat

 

UBC Okanagan Heat

Copeland was victorious in two of three tournaments during the regular season and earned an individual silver medal at the PACWEST Championships, losing in a playoff. She led the Heat to gold in the women’s team event. In her first season with UBC Okanagan, Copeland concentrated on balancing the vigor’s of competition, traveling and training for the golf team while maintaining strong academic habits.

 

Reitsma just began playing golf this year and led her high school team to a provincial championship last spring, before making the university team at UBC Okanagan. She was victorious in a regular season PACWEST tournament before earning individual bronze medal at the conference championships. While studying at UBC Okanagan, Reitsma is also training with the Women’s Volleyball team, a perennially nationally ranked team in U SPORTS.


   

Becky Martin

 

Kennedy Turcotte

 

Medicine Hat Rattlers

 

Concordia Thunder

The ACAC Female Golfer of the Year fired rounds of 74 and 76, cruising to individual gold at the ACAC Championships. Martin was also instrumental in Medicine Hat’s team victory at the conference championships. She is a true competitor who plays with honour and integrity. Martin is keenly aware of the little details it takes to continually play at a high level.

 

In her first season with the Thunder, Turcotte earned an individual silver medal as well as bronze in the team event at the ACAC Championships. Turcotte, who also plays badminton at Concordia, is an excellent student-athlete who is dedicated to improving. She gives her time with fundraisers and community events at Concordia and has also volunteered as a curling and volleyball coach in Falher, AB.


 

Alyssa Stoddart

 

Hayley McCallum

 

Fanshawe Falcons

 

Humber Hawks

Stoddart earned individual first-place finishes at the Fanshawe, Lakehead and Georgian Invitationals before capturing gold at the OCAA Championships. She also led the Falcons to gold in the team event at the conference championships. The pair of OCAA gold medals were Fanshawe’s first ever in Women’s Golf. Stoddart is a first-year student-athlete in the Golf and Club Management program at Fanshawe.

 

In her first season with the Hawks, McCallum had three runner-up finishes in the OCAA and never finished lower than fourth place. She fired a tournament-best 76 in the final round of the OCAA Championships en route to individual and team silver medals. Since joining the team at Humber, McCallum has established herself as a leader with the Hawks.


   

Emily
Romancew

 

Camille
Lapierre-Ouellet

 

John Abbott
Islanders

 

Boomerang
d’André-Laurendeau

Romancew fired rounds of 75 and 76 to finish first overall at the RSEQ Championships. She also earned victories this season at the Future Links Quebec Championship and the Classic Optimiste and placed third at Junior Provincials. Romancew, who is ranked 10th in the National Junior Order of Merit, is the undisputed leader at John Abbott. She is always has a positive attitude.

 

Lapierre-Ouellet led the Boomerang to a first-place finish in the team event at the RSEQ Championships. She was the runner-up in individual play, carding rounds of 75 and 78. Lapierre-Ouellet is ranked 18th in the National Junior Orders of Merit. She is a calm student-athlete who is consistent in all phases of her game. Lapierre-Ouellet does not make many mistakes on the golf course.