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Natalie Sourisseau

Position Midfield
Program Women’s National Team
Home Town Kelowna, BC
Birth Date December 5, 1992
Caps 109
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Natalie Sourisseau is a fierce competitor and has become a mainstay in the Canadian midfield since making her senior international debut in 2011.

In her first year, she was part of Canada’s near-podium performance at the Pan Am Games in Guadalajara. In 2015, her and her teammates earned a bronze medal at the Pan Am Games in Toronto, becoming the first Canadian women’s team since 1999 to win a medal at the event.

As part of the junior national team, she won silver at the 2012 Junior Pan American Championship and then competed at the 2013 FIH Junior World Cup. She achieved a career highlight by helping the senior squad win bronze at the 2013 Pan American Cup. Representing the University of British Columbia, she was part of the Thunderbirds’ CIS Championship runs from 2011 to 2013 after winning the Joyce Slipp Award as the CIS women’s field hockey Rookie of the Year in 2010.