2014 CCAA Women’s Cross-Country All-Canadians


2014 CCAA Women

Nov. 7, 2014The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2014 CCAA Women’s Cross-Country 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 Cross-Country National Championships in Calgary.

Here are the 2014 women’s cross-country All-Canadians:

Jamie Wigmore

Grande Prairie Wolves, ACAC

Wigmore captured her second straight individual silver medal at the ACAC Championships and led the Wolves to the women’s overall team title. She was named the GPRC Female Athlete of the Year in 2013-14. Wigmore, also an All-Canadian in 2013, was a co-captain with the Wolves this season. She is a natural leader and fun-loving teammate.

Mirelle Martens

Grande Prairie Wolves, ACAC

Martens won individual gold at the ACAC Championships and led the Wolves to their first women’s title in 10 years. She completed a perfect season after finishing first in all four Grand Prix races this year. Martens was also a starting defender on the ACAC bronze-medal winning Wolves women’s soccer team. She is very humble and appreciative.

Lindsay Webster

Humber Hawks, OCAA

Webster was sensational in her return to Humber this season. She captured individual gold and led the Hawks to the women’s team title at the OCAA Championships. She also won individual gold at Seneca and bronze at the McGill University Invitational. Webster led the Hawks to team gold at Seneca and Fanshawe. She is extremely committed to the sport.

Nicole Bernardi

Fanshawe Falcons, OCAA

Bernardi ran to an individual silver-medal finish at the OCAA Championships. She led the Falcons to a seventh-place showing at provincials. Bernardi also captured silver at the Fanshawe and Seneca Invitationals this fall. She is a great leader who is supportive of her teammates. Bernardi has a collected and confident attitude.

Jessy Lacourse

Vulkins de Victoriaville, RSEQ

Lacourse captured individual gold at the RSEQ Championships and led the Vulkins to an eighth-place finish. She was victorious three times in collegiate competitions this fall. Lacourse was a provincial junior champion in 2013 and went on to place sixth at the Canadian juniors in Vancouver. She is a very meticulous and determined student-athlete.

Kloé Gervais-Pépin

Diablos de Trois-Rivières, RSEQ

In her first season at Trois-Rivières, Gervais-Pépin captured individual bronze at the RSEQ Championships. She led the Diablos to a seventh-place finish at provincials. Gervais-Pépin finished second in both North East Division races this fall and also went on to win silver at the division championship race. She has a great work ethic.

Hannah Arseneault

Dalhousie Rams, ACAA

Arseneault dominated the East Coast this season. She was victorious in all four of her races this year, including the ACAA Championships in Moncton. In 2014, the Rams placed second in every race, including a silver-medal performance at provincials. It was Arseneault’s first year at Dalhousie, where she has two academic scholarships.

Marya Peters

Mount Allison Mounties, ACAA

Peters won her second individual ACAA silver medal and led the Mounties women’s team to their fourth straight conference championship. She is a dual sport athlete, also competing in varsity swimming at Mount Allison. Peters is involved with the Right to Play initiative, volunteers for Community Living in Moncton and also coaches at the Sackville Swim Club.

CCAA All-Canadian winners on November 7, 2014 at SAIT Polytechnic. Photo by Andrew Crossett

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Scott Harrigan
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