2014 CCAA women’s golf All-Canadians


2014 CCAA women

Oct. 14, 2014The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2014 CCAA Golf All-Canadians.

The student-athletes, who are selected by their conference based on performance and contribution to the sport and their team, were honoured at a banquet during the 2014 PING CCAA Golf National Championships in Quebec City.

Here are the 2014 womens’ golf All-Canadians:

Jennifer Woods


Woods won the PACWEST individual title by 10 strokes. She placed first at the UBC Okanagan tournament with matching rounds of 79 to win by nine shots. Woods is the leader and anchor for the Cascades, who successfully defended their PACWEST title with a 26-shot victory.

Carolyn Lee

Okanagan Heat, PACWEST

Lee led a young Heat women’s team to a second-place finish in the PACWEST. Individually, Lee finished second overall in the PACWEST; she was victorious at the Douglas College tournament. Lee, who puts academics ahead of varsity golf as a priority, was rewarded with the Scholar Award in 2013-14.

Lisa Reid

Lethbridge Kodiaks, ACAC

Reid was victorious at the 2014 ACAC Women’s Championship. She also captured three MJT events in 2014. Reid also finished second in Cities. Her goal is to graduate from business with honours and go on to play golf at a college in the United States.

Sydney Johnson-Parker

MacEwan Griffins, ACAC

Johnson-Parker finished second in the ACAC order of merit rankings. This is her second CCAA All-Canadian Award. She was also honoured in 2012. Johnson-Parker has been the foundation of the Griffins team which has won ACAC team championships in each of the last four seasons.

Lorelle Weavers

Niagara Knights, OCAA

Weavers won an individual silver medal at the OCAA Championships. The three-time female Athlete of the Week at Niagara was victorious at the Durham and Fanshawe Invitationals and also won the Knights Fall Classic. At Fanshawe, she fired a career-best 70. Weavers finds a great balance between being respectful and encouraging others while still being a determined competitor.

Adrienne D’Alessio

Humber Hawks, OCAA

D’Alessio has won back-to-back OCAA individual gold medals. At this season’s provincial championships, she led from start to finish and capped off her great performance with a hole-in-one. D’Alessio, a very humble and thankful athlete, led the Hawks to a third-place showing in the team event.

Noémie Ouellette

Champlain St. Lawrence Lions, RSEQ

Ouellette finished in the Top 5 in all five RSEQ events. She was victorious in two of the events with rounds of 73 and 74. Ouellette, in her first season at Champlain St. Lawrence, became a well-respected leader on a Lions team that is ranked No. 3 in the CCAA.

Océane Jacques

Champlain St. Lawrence Lions, RSEQ

Jacques was incredibly consistent in provincial play this fall. In four RSEQ events, she finished second twice and third two times. The Champlain St. Lawrence rookie has great drive and determination.

Jaylene Holmes-Tang

Holland Hurricanes, ACAA

Holmes-Tang’s rookie season at Holland College was one to remember. She captured the ACAA individual championship. In September, she was victorious at all three ACAA events. Holmes-Tang brought a quiet and determined focus to the ACAA golf scene this fall.

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