After the Women’s National Team won bronze at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto last July the program de-centralized, with the fall and winter on the horizon. But elsewhere, hockey season was in full swing.
Former Field Hockey Canada chief executive Karen O’Neill has been named to the 2015 Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) Most Influential Women list.
With 2016 Junior World Cup qualification on the line in Toronto in May, the year ahead carries a lot of weight, which is why having a core group of athletes centralized in Vancouver beginning this week is the key ingredient to a successful year.
Eighteen athletes have been named to the Canadian Under-21 Women’s National Team set to compete in the Junior Women’s Pan American Championships – a 2016 Junior World Cup qualifier – from March 29th to April 10th in Trinidad and Tobago.