2019 CCAA Women’s Soccer All-Canadians

2019 CCAA Women’s Soccer All-Canadians

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) is proud to announce the 2019 CCAA Women’s Soccer 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 Women’s Soccer National Championship, hosted by Concordia University of Edmonton in Edmonton, AB.

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

Kanae Yamamoto


Chloe Gummer


VIU Mariners


VIU Mariners

The PACWEST Player of the Year led the Mariners to an 8-1-3 record and first-place finish in the conference. Yamamoto, a second-year forward, tied for second in PACWEST scoring. She is a consistent performer who is tough, technically competent and tactically intelligent. Yamamoto is very ambitious, yet such a kind and humble person. Her positivity and work ethic is infectious. Yamamoto is always eager to participate in community events and coaches with Nanaimo United.


Gummer, a fourth-year forward, led VIU to its second straight regular season title with an 8-1-3 record in the PACWEST. The two-time CCAA All-Canadian led the conference with seven goals. Gummer, the PACWEST Player of the Year in 2018, is a super role model and a dedicated student-athlete. She was a recipient of the 2018-19 CCAA National Scholar Award. Gummer is very well respected and took on a leadership role this season with the Mariners.

Christine Moser


Marissa Webb


Lethbridge Kodiaks



Moser led the 9-1-2 Kodiaks to a first-place finish in the ACAC South Division for the first time in 24 years. The third-year student-athlete is a complete central midfielder who can create, score and is able to tackle and win possessions. Moser, the ACAC South Division Player of the Year, earned CCAA Academic All-Canadian honours in 2018-19. Her leadership qualities are exemplary on the field as she consistently lifts up her Lethbridge teammates.


The ACAC Player of the Year led the Ooks to an 11-1 record and first-place finish in the ACAC North Division. Webb, a fifth-year forward, finished tied for the ACAC lead in goals with 19 and tallied five game-winning markers. The Ooks captain has tremendous leadership skills and is a leader not only with her team but within the entire NAIT Athletics department. Webb assists with Ooks prospect clinics and also suits up for the Edmonton Victoria club team.

Jade Kovacevic


Sona Makulova


Fanshawe Falcons


Seneca Sting

Kovacevic, the OCAA Player of the Year, led the conference in scoring with 24 goals. The fifth-year striker led the Falcons to the top of the OCAA West Division standings with an 8-0-1 record. A four-time CCAA All-Canadian, Kovacevic set a new all-time record in the OCAA with 103 career goals. She has the ability to motivate others to perform and develop at a higher level, and is in constant communication with the coaching staff in order to filer messages or support team principles.


Makulova led the Sting to a perfect 9-0 record and first-place finish in the OCAA East Division. The second-year midfielder tied for the division lead with 12 goals. Makulova is a fierce competitor who elevates her game in high pressure situations. She is calm and reserved and leads by example with her actions on the field. Makulova helps bring out the best in her teammates with her determination on the pitch, where she displays respect for all players and officials.

Noémi Paquin


Mia Tessier


Champlain Cavaliers


Indiens d’Ahuntsic

The RSEQ Player of the Year led Champlain Saint-Lambert to a 5-1-2 record and its first ever regular season title in the conference. Paquin, a second-year midfielder who was a member of the 2018 CCAA National Champion Cavaliers, scored eight goals in seven games this season. She is an exceptional student-athlete with an incredible presence on the pitch. Paquin is a quiet leader who has played a key role in building team chemistry at Champlain.


Tessier ranked first among RSEQ scorers with nine goals in eight games. She led Ahuntsic to a 3-2-3 record in the always competitive Quebec conference. The Indiens earned a spot in the RSEQ semi-finals but were ousted in a thrilling shootout by the defending CCAA National Champion Cavaliers. Tessier is a leader at Ahuntsic with a team-first mentality. The RSEQ All-Star has committed to Troy University in Alabama for 2020.

Mariah Wright


Nikki Roberts


MSVU Mystics


Holland Hurricanes

Wright scored five goals for the Mystics and embraced her role as a playmaker, also tallying 11 assists. The second-year striker led the Mount to a third-place finish in the ACAA with a 5-4-3 record. Wright, a two-time CCAA All-Canadian, has made a significant impact with the Mystics and in the ACAA with her exceptional leadership skills. She sets herself apart with her impressive soccer IQ, tenacious work ethic and ability on the ball.


The ACAA Player of the Year led the Hurricanes to the top of the ACAA standings with a remarkable 11-0-1 record. Roberts, a fifth-year centre midfielder, has an outstanding work ethic and contributes in every facet of the game. The Holland captain is a role role model for her teammates on and off the pitch. In her final year of eligibility, Roberts truly exemplified work ethic, fair play and leadership with the Hurricanes.