2019 CCAA Women’s Golf All-Canadians

2019 CCAA Women’s Golf All-Canadians

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) is proud to announce the 2019 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 2019 CCAA Golf National Championships, hosted by Cégep André-Laurendeau, in Sorel-Tracy, QC.

Here are the 2019 Women’s Golf All-Canadians:


Kassidy Turcotte


Kennedy Turcotte


Concordia Thunder


Concordia Thunder

After Top 5 finishes at the ACAC North & South Regionals, Turcotte peaked at the right time, earning individual gold at the conference championships. The ACAC Player of the Year also led the Thunder to the team title at the ACAC Championships. As a fifth-year golfer, Turcotte has been an excellent leader at Concordia and has been an amazing ambassador for the institution.


In her second season with the Thunder, Turcotte teamed up with her sister to capture gold in the team event at the ACAC Championships. The two-time CCAA All-Canadian placed first individually at the ACAC North & South Regionals and earned a silver medal at the conference championships. Turcotte is gaining confidence in her ability and growing into a leader at Concordia.


Hayley McCallum


Shannon Coffey


Humber Hawks


St. Clair Saints

McCallum, now a two-time CCAA All-Canadian, captured individual gold at the OCAA Championships. She fired a career-best 70 at the Lakehead Invitational. McCallum led a young Hawks team to six victories this season, including a team title at the conference championships. Humber was dominant thanks in part to her leadership and dedication to helping her teammates improve each tournament.


Coffey moved up the leaderboard on the final day of the OCAA Championships to earn an individual silver medal. In her first season with the Saints, Coffey proved to be a quiet leader who works very hard at her game on and off the course. Coffey is a coachable student-athlete who requires very little direction or guidance and is well respected by her male and female teammates at St. Clair.


Elizabeth Labbé


Emily Romancew


St. Lawrence Lions


John Abbott Islanders

Labbé captured the individual title at the RSEQ Championships with a thrilling playoff victory. She fired a course-record 66 at the Club de golf de Lorette during the club championship. Labbé earned a silver medal at the Provincial Junior Championship and placed fourth at the Provincial Amateur Championship. She is very engaged in practice and training and leads the way with her work ethic and eagerness.


Romancew earned two individual victories in the RSEQ this season and finished tied for first at the conference championships, ultimately losing in a playoff. She is now a two-time CCAA All-Canadian. After capturing the individual CCAA title last fall, Romancew cemented herself as the leader at John Abbott this season. She holds herself to a high standard and has high expectations of herself.