2014 CCAA Women’s Soccer All-Canadians


2014 CCAA Women’s Soccer All-Canadians

Nov. 4, 2014 – The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2014 CCAA women’s soccer 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 CCAA Women’s Soccer National Championship at Medicine Hat College.

Here are the 2014 women’s soccer All-Canadians::

Marni McMillan

Douglas Royals, PACWEST

McMillan led the Royals to a 10-4-1 record in the PACWEST. She tied for fourth in the PACWEST with four goals. McMillan is a dynamic and technical front runner with lots of pace and scoring ability. She leads by example on and off the field.

Bronte Fitzsimmons


Fitzsimmons led the Mariners to first place in the PACWEST with an 11-3-1 record. The third-year striker led all PACWEST players with seven goals. Fitzsimmons was an All-Canadian in 2011 as well. She is a very passionate athlete who leads by example and encourages her teammates to push themselves.

Cailyn Newman


Newman returned to the Ooks this season to lead the team to a perfect 10-0 record. Newman was a key defender for a NAIT team that allowed only three goals against all season. She reads the game exceptionally well and her timing and physical presence make her very difficult to play against.

Kayla Michaels


Michaels broke the ACAC scoring record for goals in a season (26) and tied the record for goals in a game (seven). She led the undefeated Ooks to a league-record 75 goals. Michaels was named the NAIT Female Athlete of the Week twice. Michaels is a very determined and extremely humble athlete.

Tiffany Johnson

Cambrian Gold Shield, OCAA

Johnson led Cambrian team to its best ever finish. The first-year striker was the OCAA scoring champion (16 goals) and Player of the Year. Johnson is a multisport varsity athlete (basketball) in high academic standing. Her greatest strengths are her natural athleticism and speed. She is also an excellent role model for her peers.

Amy Savage

Algonquin Thunder, OCAA

In her fifth year at Algonquin, Savage led the Thunder to a perfect 8-0 record in OCAA play. She scored five goals and was the core part of the Algonquin midfield. The Thunder did not allow a single goal all season. Savage has a tremendous work ethic and is a tenacious tackler and ball winner.

Chloe Ricciardi

John Abbott Islanders, RSEQ

Ricciardi played in every minute of every game this year for the Islanders, who vastly improved in RSEQ play. The team captain was the commander of the defensive line. Ricciardi has excellent heading skills and technical ball control. She is always counted on to push forward into the attack.

Audrée Carty

Indiens d’Ahuntsic, RSEQ

Carty led Ahuntsic to a second-place finish in the RSEQ with a 7-1-2 record. She was named a provincial all-star in 2013 and 2014. Carty is a reliable defender who took on a leadership role in her third year with the Indiens.

Jessica Partridge

MSVU Mystics, ACAA

Partridge led the Mystics to a first-place finish in the ACAA with a 10-1-1 record. She scored 22 goals in 12 games. The fourth-year striker is one of the quickest players in the league. With her quick feet, technical skill and speed, Partridge is an offensive threat at all times.

Allison Avis

UKC Blue Devils, ACAA

Avis captained a Blue Devils team that finished 8-0-4 in the ACAA and allowed only six goals against all season. She has calm composure and a great ability to defend, win the ball and quickly start the counter attack. Avis is a constant voice on the pitch during games and training sessions.

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Scott Harrigan
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