2015 CCAA Women’s Basketball All-Canadians


2015 CCAA Women’s Basketball All-Canadians

March 18, 2015 – The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2015 CCAA Women’s Basketball 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 Basketball National Championship at Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, BC.

Here are the Women’s Basketball All-Canadians:

Sienna Pollard


Pollard led the Mariners to a 16-5 record and second-place finish in the PACWEST. The third-year forward led the conference in scoring with 18.48 points/game and ranked fifth in rebounds/game with 8.33. Pollard also anchored VIU’s defence with her shot-blocking ability. She leads by example and has a team-first mentality.

Shayna Cameron

Quest Kermodes, PACWEST

Cameron captained the Kermodes to a first-place finish in the PACWEST with a perfect record of 21-0. She finished 2nd in the conference with 17.38 points/game and was among leaders in assists (55). The PACWEST Player of the Year has started every game in her four years at Quest and is the University’s all-time leading scorer. Cameron is an excellent communicator.

Torrey Hill


Hill anchored the Ooks to a 20-4 record and a second-place finish in the ACAC North Division. She led the division in points/game (14.5) and field goal percentage (56.1). Hill also led the division in rebounds (201) and was second in blocks (21). She has a tireless work ethic and is also an example of academic excellence with a 4.0 GPA.

Alicia Cameron

Lethbridge Kodiaks, ACAC

Cameron led the Kodiaks to a 22-2 record and first-place finish in the ACAC South Division. Despite battling nagging injuries all season, she was second in points/game (22.62) and also ranked third in steals/game (3.57) in the division. The fifth-year guard was named the ACAC Player of the Year. Cameron’s maturity, composure and leadership is unmatched.

Shannon Kennedy

St. Clair Saints, OCAA

Kennedy led the Saints to a 12-6 record and third-place finish in the OCAA’s West Division. She set a St. Clair record with seven 3-point shots in a game vs. Redeemer. The second-year guard/forward was second in the OCAA with 19.3 points/game. The Saints captain was also among conference leaders with 146 rebounds. Kennedy volunteers with youth basketball clubs.

Lindsay Panchan

Durham Lords, OCAA

Panchan won the OCAA scoring title in her first year at Durham, averaging 25.0 points/game – the second-highest PPG average in OCAA history. She had an 80.7% free-throw percentage and was among conference leaders in steals (50) despite missing three games to injury. Panchan is competitive and motivates her teammates to do be their best.

Sarah St-Fort

Dawson Blues, RSEQ

St-Fort led the Blues to a second-place finish in the RSEQ with a 13-3 record. She was 7th in the conference in points/game (12.7) and was among league-leaders in rebounds (138), assists (40) and steals (38). St-Fort and the Blues captured silver at the Dawson College Winter Classic. The third-year guard inspired teammates with her intensity and determination.

Julie Dufresne

Dynamiques de Sainte-Foy, RSEQ

Dufresne led the Dynamiques to a 12-4 record and third-place finish in the RSEQ. She was third in conference scoring with 14.4 points/game and her 81.8% free-throw percentage ranked first. The third-year shooting guard was also among league leaders in rebounds (124) and steals (40). Dufresne has developed into an incredible defender with a great attitude.

Kelly Vass

St. Thomas Tommies, ACAA

Vass receives All-Canadian honours for the second straight season, after leading the Tommies to a second-place finish in the ACAA at 15-3. The fourth-year guard led the conference with 5.8 assists/game and sat third in steals/game with 3.67. She was also among the scoring (14.93) and rebound (8.0) leaders. Vass, a co-captain at STU, is a fierce competitor.

Jazlin Barker

Holland Hurricanes, ACAA

Barker led the Hurricanes to a second-place finish in the ACAA with a record of 14-4. The second-year point guard was 6th in the conference with 15.0 points/game and second in assists/game (5.43). Barker, the 2014 ACAA Rookie of the Year, plays a huge role in the Hurricanes program.

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Scott Harrigan
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