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CCAA – The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce its Female Apprentice Coach Program apprentices and mentors for its 13th season.

Thirteen apprentices in five different sports will be mentored by CCAA coaches across the country during the 2017-18 season. They will be monitored throughout the year via progress reports.

“The caliber of mentor and apprentice coach has consistently improved over the years,” said Sandra Murray-MacDonell, CCAA Executive Director.

“The apprentices are a committed group who are motivated to take on the new role of a coach at the post-secondary level with the aid of their head coach mentors, who’s experiences and qualifications exceed the level expected to be part of this program,” she said.

The following is a list of the apprentices and mentors who have been selected for 2017-18:

Apprentice

Mentor

Institution

Conference

Sport

 Sophie Bergeron-Leblanc *

 Sylvain Noel

 Bois-de-Boulogne

 RSEQ

 Volleyball

 Gabriella Farallo

 Eric Beaudoin

 Champlain Saint-Lambert

 RSEQ

 X-C Running

 Danielle Carriere

 Bill Carriere

 Fanshawe

 OCAA

 Basketball

 Katharyn Avery

 Bradley Graham

 Georgian

 OCAA

 Volleyball

 Charlene DeVries

 Brad Douwes

 Redeemer

 OCAA

 Volleyball

 Ayah Abdeldayem *

 Adam Hassen

 U of T Mississauga

 OCAA

 X-C Running

 Nicole Brockman

 Greg Ryan

 U of A Augustana

 ACAC

 Volleyball

 Rachael Smillie *

 Kevin MacAlpine

 Concordia

 ACAC

 Badminton

 Kaity Letwiniuk

 Jim Loughlin

 Medicine Hat

 ACAC

 Soccer

 Cassidy Taal

 Todd Warnick

 NAIT

 ACAC

 Basketball

 Keri Alcorn

 Grace Scott

 The King’s

 ACAC

 Volleyball

 Adelia Paul *

 Steve Beauchamp

 Douglas

 PACWEST

 Basketball

 Kelsey Acaster

 Chris Laxton

 Douglas

 PACWEST

 Soccer

 *pictured above

“The FACP encourages alignment in the Canadian Sport System by creating a pathway for graduated female student-athletes to continue in their sport as a coach,” said Murray-MacDonell.  

“The FACP mentors and apprentices are effectively building capacity in the CCAA and in the Canadian Sport system, as evidenced by the numerous CCAA coaches from the program feeding other levels of sport in the country,” she said.

Profiles on our apprentices and mentors will be released prior to the 2017-18 season. To follow our apprentices throughout the year, search #CCAAfacp on Twitter.

2017-18 Media Kit

ENGLISH: http://bit.ly/2u1Xai6

 

 

Rodney Wilson  

Communications & Events Coordinator
Coordonnateur des communications et des événements

 

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