Women's Soccer Evan Daum, CW Communications

WSOC: 2019 all-star squads announced

EDMONTON – The 2019 Canada West men's and women's soccer all-star and all-rookie teams were unveiled Thursday, as the conference gets set for playoff action this weekend.

The Trinity Western Spartans led the women's charge, with a combined six all-stars and all-rookies. Among TWU's all-stars were four first teamers, including standout Jenaya Robertson, who led the conference with 14 goals.

Also posting big numbers were the MacEwan Griffins, and Calgary Dinos, who each took a combined six spots.

The conference soccer playoffs open this weekend with play-in and quarter-final action in women's play. You can watch the action by tuning into Canada West TV Presented by Co-op, beginning Friday.


WOMEN'S FIRST ALL-STAR TEAM
9616

Player / School / Year / Hometown / Program

  • Goalkeeper
    • Emily Burns / MacEwan / 5 / Sherwood Park, AB / Arts
  • Defending players
    • Kristen Sakaki / Trinity Western / 5 / Surrey, BC / Business
    • Jamie Erickson / MacEwan / 5 / Edmonton, AB / Science
    • Amy Mikuska / Calgary / 4 / Calgary, AB / Arts
    • Elizabeth Hicks / Trinity Western / 4 / Surrey, BC / Arts
    • Morgan Corbett / Alberta / 5 / Edmonton, AB / Kin., Sport, & Rec.
  • Attacking players
    • Jenaya Robertson / Trinity Western / 5 / Delta, BC / Business Admin.
    • Montana Leonard / Calgary / 4 / Richmond, BC / Arts
    • Rachel Hutchinson / Trinity Western / 5 / Cloverdale, BC / Biology
    • Suekiana Choucair / MacEwan / 5 / Edmonton, AB / Science
    • Maya Gabruch / Saskatchewan / 4 / Saskatoon, SK / Kinesiology 

WOMEN'S SECOND ALL-STAR TEAM
9617

Player / School / Year / Hometown / Program

  • Goalkeeper
    • Lauren Houghton / Calgary / 3 / Calgary, AB / Kinesiology
  • Defending players
    • Rachel Baird / Victoria / 5 / Nanaimo, BC / Social Sciences
    • Kristyn Smart / MacEwan / 4 / Edmonton, AB / Science
    • Brooklyn Tidder / Trinity Western / 5 / White Rock / Science
    • Talia White / Calgary / 4 / Calgary, AB / Kinesiology
    • Mara McCleary / UNBC / 4 / Victoria, BC / Physics & Chemistry
  • Attacking players
    • Brittney Zacharuk / Fraser Valley / 5 / Delta, BC / Arts
    • Megan Lemoine / MacEwan / 4 / Edmonton, AB / Commerce
    • Kelsie MacDonald / Calgary / 4 / Calgary, AB / Science
    • Nicole Davis / Manitoba / 2 / Winnipeg, MB / University 1
    • Kathryn Harvey / Trinity Western / 4 / Coquitlam, BC / Human Kinetics

WOMEN'S ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
9619

Player / School / Hometown / Program

  • Jessica Tsai / Manitoba / Wininpeg, MB / Science
  • Bryana Buttar / Fraser Valley / Abbotsford, BC / Arts
  • Sofia DiGiacomo / MacEwan / Calgary, AB / Arts
  • Katie Lampen / Fraser Valley / Chilliwack, BC / General Studies
  • Nisa Reehal / UBC / New Westminster, BC / Arts
  • Jordan Vanderveen / Alberta / Sherwood Park, AB / Open Studies
  • Nikki Virk / Victoria / Surrey, BC / Social Sciences
  • Alison Pedersen / Calgary / Calgary, AB / Science
  • Halle Krynowsky / Saskatchewan / Calgary, AB / Arts & Science
  • Stefanie Young / Manitoba / Kelowna, BC / University 1
  • Olivia Gables / Regina / Regina, SK / Business Admin.

WOMEN'S ALL-STARS AND ALL-ROOKIES BY TEAM
School / First Team All-Stars / Second Team All-Stars / All-Rookies = TOTAL

  • Trinity Western: / 4 / 2 / 0 = 6
  • MacEwan Griffins: / 3 / 2 / 1 = 6
  • Calgary Dinos: 2 / 3 / 1 = 6
  • Fraser Valley Cascades: 0 / 1 / 2 = 3
  • Manitoba Bisons: 0 / 1 / 2 = 3
  • Alberta Pandas: 1 / 0 / 1 = 2
  • Saskatchewan Huskies: 1 / 0 / 1 = 2
  • Victoria Vikes: 0 / 1 / 1 = 2
  • UNBC Timberwolves: 0 / 1 / 0 = 1
  • Regina Cougars: 0 / 0 / 1 = 1
  • UBC Thunderbirds: 0 / 0 / 1 = 1