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2015 CCAA Women’s Volleyball All-Canadians

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2015 CCAA Women’s Volleyball All-Canadians

March 11, 2015 – The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2015 CCAA Women’s Volleyball 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 2015 CCAA Women’s Volleyball National Championship at Cégep Édouard-Montpetit in Longueuil, QC.

Here are the Women’s Volleyball All-Canadians:

Kira Sutcliffe

Capilano Blues, PACWEST

Sutcliffe led the Blues to a second-place finish in the PACWEST with a 17-7 record. In her second year at Capilano, she was second in the conference with 262 kills and second in average total offence. Sutcliffe is an excellent communicator and works with the Blues Spring & Summer camps as an assistant coach.

Tylar Turnbull

VIU Mariners, PACWEST

Turnbull led the PACWEST with 81 blocks. The fourth-year middle blocker from VIU also placed 8th in conference scoring. Turnbull has won a CCAA National Championship as well as a silver medal. Last year, the Mariners captain shaved her head as part of a “Bald is Beautiful” cancer awareness campaign.

Samantha Zacharias

Briercrest Clippers, ACAC

Zacharias led the CCAA in overall kills and kills/set. The outside hitter also led the ACAC in kills, aces and points. She set an ACAC record for service aces in a season and also helped Briercrest set an ACAC record for kills in a season. Zacharias assisted with the Briercrest Sports Camps the past two summers.

Jordan Forrest-Drezet

Grande Prairie Wolves, ACAC

Forrest-Drezet led the Wolves to a first-place finish in the ACAC’s North Division, despite losing many key teammates from the 2014 CCAA silver-medal team. She ranked third in the division in assists and aces. The fourth-year starting setter’s leadership and patience were key to the Wolves resurgence after an 0-5 start to the season.

Thalia Hanniman

Humber Hawks, OCAA

Hanniman captained the Hawks to a perfect 18-0 record and the West Division title in the OCAA. She led the conference in points and kills per set. The fourth-year left side now ranks 4th all-time in Humber scoring. Hanniman, the OCAA Player of the Year, is also a two-time CCAA Academic All Canadian.

Hannah Campbell

Georgian Grizzlies, OCAA

Campbell captained the Grizzlies to a first-place finish in the OCAA’s East Division. The fifth-year middle placed 4th in the conference in blocks and 9th in scoring. Campbell was named the tournament MVP at the Fanshawe Invitational. She finishes her career 2nd all-time in OCAA career blocks. Campbell’s work ethic, determination and sportsmanship is unmatched.

Maud Chapleau

Élans de Garneau, RSEQ

Chapleau led the first-place Élans to an unbeaten season in the RSEQ at 14-0. She led the conference in points/set and led the RSEQ with an average of 3.28 kills/set. Chapleau was named an All-Star at the Couple de l’Est du Canada, which Garneau won. She is an explosive attacker and is also a referee.

Anne-Claudel Rae-Paré

Nordiques de Lionel-Groulx, RSEQ

Rae-Paré led the RSEQ in scoring with 4.35 points/set. She ranked second in the conference in kills per set and third in aces per set. In only her second season of Division 1 play, Rae-Paré established herself as a leader. She is a dedicated athlete who is always looking to improve her game.

Sydney Foy

Holland Hurricanes, ACAA

Foy led the Hurricanes to a second-place finish in the ACAA. The third-year outside finished tied for second in the conference with 3.3 kills/set. She is a team leader with outstanding commitment, work ethic and athleticism. Foy, a two-time ACAA Champion, is devoted to her academics and community.

Meaghan MacDougall

MSVU Mystics, ACAA

MacDougall, a fifth-year setter, led the Mystics to a first-place finish in the ACAA this season. She represented Nova Scotia at the 2013 Canada Games in beach volleyball. MacDougall, one of MSVU’s captains, was also named an All-Canadian in 2014. She has great court-sense and is a true competitor.

The CCAA is a national sport organization enriching the academic experiences of student-athletes through intercollegiate sport.

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