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2015 Female U18 Strength and Conditioning Camp Roster
Friday, June 26, 2015

BC Hockey announced the 27 players that have been invited to the 2015 Female U18 Strength and Conditioning camp at the Richmond Olympic Oval from June 27 – 30, 2015

The athletes selected include participants from the Female U18 BC Cup, U18 Provincial Camp and two (2) players from the U16 BC Cup (Courtney Vorster and Camryn Wong).  The selected players also include nine (9) members of the 2015 Female U18 Team BC that participated at the 2015 Canada Winter Games (Maegan Beres, Whitney Dove, Olivia Knowles, Alyssa MacMillan, Kirsten Martin, Amy Potomak, Alexandra Rempe, Leona Sim and Morgan Skinner).

Strength and Conditioning Camp Roster

The Strength and Conditioning Camp is a four (4) day camp run by the Team BC staff who will be conducting high performance training with the staff at the Richmond Olympic Oval.  Following the camp, players will be evaluated during the beginning of the 2015-2016 season with their club team as well as participating in the September Preparation Camp.  Twenty players will be selected to participate on Team BC for the Women’s U18 National Championship in November 2015 in Huntsville, Ontario.

To stay up to date on the 2015 Strength and Conditioning Camp, you can follow live updates from the BC Hockey Female Twitter feed at

The BC Hockey U18 level is the final step in the BC Hockey Female High Performance program, and the athletes in attendance at the camp represent the best BC has to offer in that age group.  Many have progressed through the Female U16 program where they were introduced to training techniques and expectations that they have carried forward to the U18 level.

BC Hockey’s Female High Performance Program was established to identify and train athletes and team personnel for possible participation at Provincial, National and International events.  

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