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contents Our History............................ 4 School Profile........................ 6 Facilities.................................. 8 Admissions........................... 10 Prep Boys Hockey............... 13 League Info & Results........ 14 Player Profiles...................... 16 Coach Profiles..................... 23 Prep Girls Hockey............... 25 League Info & Results........ 26 Player Profiles...................... 28 Coach Profiles..................... 33 Alumni................................... 34 2

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RIDLEY HOCKEY today The hockey program at Ridley has produced provincial, national, & international champions, as well as well as hundreds of post-secondary hockey careers. As such, we attract promising young student-athletes from across Canada and around the globe who are more than confident that they can continue to develop not only on the ice, but also in the classroom. In recent years, our Prep Boys & Girls Hockey Programs have enjoyed tremendous success including five MPHL Championships (in the past six years) and back-to-back CISAA Championships. Both programs, however, are most proud of the number

OUR history

of student-athletes consistently moving on to post-

F

Preparation for this level of play includes four on-

rom the frozen canal to our new state of the art

The school’s commitment to the game has endured

ice practices per week, as well as multiple off-ice

home, hockey and Ridley have been indivisible for

having built four rinks with the latest addition, Tiger

sessions, which include strength training and active

more than 125 years. For more than a century, the

Arena, opening in January of 2009. Continuing its

recovery. Training and competition are supported

Tigers have played Canada’s game like it was their

tradition of leadership in athletics, Ridley was at the

by a dedicated coaching staff with national and

own. Founded in 1889, the game of hockey has been

forefront of the explosion of women’s hockey in

international experience, Ridley’s athletic therapy and

a part of this school just as long as any of its other

Canada. Playing an organized schedule for the first

school medical team, a strength and conditioning

traditions. Ridley’s first official team (1893) honed their

time in 1993, Ridley girls had been skating since they

coach, and other professional instructors.

skills on the frozen 12 Mile Creek running along the

first joined Ridley in 1973. Now over 25 years into

east side of campus. With few indoor hockey arenas

their own history, the girls program has developed

in this era, the school became a hockey leader when

into one of the top prep hockey programs in North

it built the campus’ first indoor ice surface, Nichols

America.

Hall, in 1903 giving birth to the modern game. Most of Ridley’s early hockey experiences took place in the Niagara Region before becoming part of “The Little Big Four”. This precursor to the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA) that we know today was a breeding ground for top athletes & hockey prodigies.

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Playing hockey at Ridley is much more than a team or an individual pursuit. It is the continuation of one of the longest & most storied sport histories in Canada.

secondary opportunities including the NCAA, OHL, CIS and Tier 2. Ridley College Hockey continues to flourish due largely in part to our first-class facilities and resources.

Away from the ice, players are educated by Ridley’s dedicated professional faculty and supported by academic advisors, tutors, and a residential life staff.

When you're living with teammates, going to class with them, having lunch together, hanging out in the dorms, it really changes how you gel as a team. You grow incredibly close to one another and it translates onto the ice.

Wearing the orange & black connects our athletes to a unique hockey family unparalleled in Canadian school sport.

– Evan DeBrouwer '15 Arizona State (NCAA)

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UPPER SCHOOL SNAPSHOT

8:1

30%:70%

STUDENT: FACULTY

502 STUDENTS

DAY:BOARDING

OUR MISSION: We prepare meaningful and flourishing lives by teaching the habits of mind, body and spirit, and the values needed to lead in a global society.

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INTERNATIONAL BOARDERS

SCHOOL profile

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AVG. CLASS SIZE

30% of students receive some type of funding

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COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

ACCREDITATION •

Ontario Ministry of Education

International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO): IBO

World School, March 2011

Founding member Canadian Accredited Independent

Schools (CAIS)

prepared them for success at some of the top universities and colleges around the world. With 700 students

National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and

from 62 countries, the largest boarding programme in Ontario and the third largest in Canada, Ridley College

The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) member

Since 1889, Ridley has provided students with enriching learning and life-shaping experiences and has

$3 million in Tuition Assistance

75+ co-curricular activities in the arts, athletics, leadership, and community service

is a truly international, co-educational day and boarding school. Students in Junior Kindergarten through a Post Graduate year are engaged in vibrant, challenging, and forward-thinking academic, co-curricular, and residential life programmes.

Ridley is the only independent boarding school in Canada and one of three in North America authorized to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum programme, in addition to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

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ACADEMICS •

Student-centred, inquiry-based learning

Learning Centre and individualized academic support

Guidance and University Counseling (SAT test centre)

150+ academic course offerings

25 IB course options

Additional languages offered: French, Spanish, German,

and Mandarin

Large number of offerings in Group 3 (Business &

Management, Economics, Environmental Systems,

History, Psychology) and Group 6 (Film, Theatre,

Visual Arts)

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PREP BOYS HOCKEY LOCKER ROOM

PREP GIRLS HOCKEY LOCKER ROOM

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CENTRE

facilities • Tiger Arena • Indoor Field House • Griffith & Iggulden Gymnasiums • Fitness & Strength Centre • Henley Island Rowing Facility • Rowing Ergometer Centre • Staples Pool • Squash Courts • Tennis Courts • Playing Fields

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TIGER ARENA

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MORE THAN JUST AN APPLICATION The admissions journey begins with your application and evolves through ongoing communication as we build a relationship and work together to discover if Ridley is the right fit for you. Along the way, we review your profile, provide information, answer questions, and arrange customized visits to the Ridley campus.

Although our admissions process begins with an application, it involves more than just facts and figures on a form. We have designed our process to help us understand each candidate as a student and, more importantly, as an individual. While we value and respect past achievements, we strive to understand future potential, seriousness of purpose, and possible contributions to the Ridley community, as well as to the greater social good.

admissions

YOUR GUIDES THROUGH THE PROCESS Our Admissions Officers are your personal guides through the process. They’ll be with you every step of the way as you discover what the Ridley experience can mean for you. We

Playing at Ridley has allowed me to not only excel at the next level for hockey, but also academically. Without attending Ridley I would not be where I am today. From the coaches I had to my teachers and friends I now call family, my three years at Ridley were unforgettable and I cannot thank the hockey program and the school enough.

understand that there may be unique circumstances that require our consideration and flexibility, and we are always available to

HOW TO APPLY

work with you as needed.

– Summer Rae-Dobson, 17 Meryhurst University

Explore the Opportunities a Ridley Experience Offers. Our admissions process is structured to allow us to get to know you and your family — your experiences, interests,

TUITION ASSISTANCE

needs, and expectations. Through this process, we strive to explore the possibilities for you at the school and

An independent school education is a significant investment in

determine whether Ridley is the best choice for your education.

a child’s future. Although some families are able to make the

CONTACT INFORMATION

investment as part of their financial planning, we understand To complete our application process, prospective students are asked to please submit the following: •

Online application: [www.ridleycollege.com/admissions/how-to-apply]

Year-end academic reports for three years, including the current school year

Confidential Recommendation Form (provided in the “Downloads” section of the application)

English as an Additional Language (EAL) Assessment Form, if English is not your first language

(provided in the “Downloads” section of the application)

that others may need help. Ridley College offers bursaries and

(905) 684-1889 ext. 2207

scholarships to eligible students.

(866) 603-1889

Toll free in North America

DEDICATED AWARDS Each year, alumni, parents, faculty and staff donate to a number of dedicated scholarships and bursaries. As a result of this generosity, Ridley directs more than $3 million to bursaries and scholarships every school year.

Students are encouraged to complete the Character Skills Snapshot to supplement their Ridley application. While not required, the Snapshot will provide the Admissions Office with a more holistic view of the applicant.

REGIONAL AWARDS

Ridley College

P.O. Box 3013, 2 Ridley Road

St. Catharines, ON, Canada,

L2R 7C3

Once your application has been submitted, you will be contacted by the Admissions Office to schedule an interview

Our

and/or a campus visit.

achievement has led to the creation of international and region-

We look forward to

specific, merit-based scholarships. We are proud of the fact that

hearing from you!

If you have any questions about Ridley or the entrance requirements, please contact the Admissions Office.

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admissions@ridleycollege.com

tradition

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promoting

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honouring

academic

over 30% of the Ridley student body receives a merit-based scholarship and/or bursaries each year.

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LEAGUE INFORMATION

The Mid West Prep Hockey League (MPHL), which is made up of prep school teams from, Quebec, Ontario, New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois.

The Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA) league, which is made up of prep school programmes from Ontario and Western New York.

Showcase events across North America as well as the annual National Independent School Championship.

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2015

MPHL Champions

2016

MPHL Champions

CISAA Silver Medalists

NISIC Silver Medalists

2018

MPHL Champions

2019

MPHL Champions

CISAA Silver Medalists

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PLAYER profiles SAWYER PROKOPETZ

NICHOLAS ATHANASAKOS Drafted

Drafted

6TH ROUND

8TH ROUND

Position: Defense Height / Weight: 6'4", 180 lbs Hometown: Port Colborne, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 09/07/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Southern Tier Admirals AAA

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 5'10", 183 lbs Hometown: Unionville, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 03/29/2003 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

JACE LETOURNEAU

JACOB CIELEN-GOUGH Drafted

Drafted

15TH ROUND

15TH ROUND

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6'2", 193 lbs Hometown: Braeside, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 03/04/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Pembroke Lumber Kings AAA

Position: Defense Height / Weight: 5'10", 160 lbs Hometown: St. Catharines, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 02/03/2003 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

KAI DUNITS

LUKE HAYMES Drafted

Drafted

6TH ROUND

8TH ROUND

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 5' 11", 154 lbs Hometown: Ottawa, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 06/26/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Kemptville 73s AAA

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6'1", 177 lbs Hometown: Ottawa, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 07/28/2003 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

LUKE GUALTIERI

HOLDEN WOODCROFT Drafted 10TH ROUND

Position: Defense Height / Weight: 5'10", 170 lbs Hometown: St. Catharines, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 04/09/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Southern Tier Admirals AAA

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Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6'4", 183 lbs Hometown: Geneva, SUI Shoots: Right Birthday: 02/01/2003 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Lausanne U17

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PLAYER profiles JAKE SEDEROFF

OWEN PATTERSON Drafted 9TH ROUND

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 5'7", 155 lbs Hometown: Vaughan, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 03/06/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Toronto Titans AAA

Position: Defense Height / Weight: 5'10", 143 lbs Hometown: Grimsby, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 07/03/2003 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

GREGORY HARLEY

DAVID OVERBEEKE Drafted 14TH ROUND

Position: Defense Height / Weight: 6', 155 lbs Hometown: Syracuse, NY Shoots: Left Birthday: 01/25/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Vaughan Kings AAA

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6'2", 184 lbs Hometown: Wilton, CT Shoots: Left Birthday: 02/25/2003 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Canterbury School

SHAYMUS STEVENSON

KEVIN LIU

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6'3", 185 lbs Hometown: Dryden, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 05/14/2003 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 5'7", 145 lbs Hometown: Mississauga, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 04/02/2003 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

SPENCER DESVEAUX

LANDEN HOOKEY Drafted 8TH ROUND

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6'2", 180 lbs Hometown: Miramichi, NB Shoots: Right Birthday: 07/05/2003 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

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Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6'3", 195 lbs Hometown: Sarnia, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 01/29/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Lambton Jr Sting AAA

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PLAYER profiles COLTON CHIPMAN

JOSEPH IANNIELLO Drafted 8TH ROUND

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6' 1", 180 lbs Hometown: Niagara Falls, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 03/03/2003 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

Position: Defense Height / Weight: 6', 150 lbs Hometown: Woodbridge, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 05/09/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Vaughan Kings AAA

BROCK BEER

LEE PARKS Drafted

Drafted

15TH ROUND

11TH ROUND

Position: Defense Height / Weight: 6'2", 163 lbs Hometown: Komoka, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 10/23/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs AAA

Position: Forward Height / Weight: 6', 181 lbs Hometown: Stittsville, ON Shoots: Right Birthday: 10/16/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Rockland Nationals AAA

MARCUS VANDENBERG Drafted 9TH ROUND

Position: Goaltender Height / Weight: 6', 162 lbs Hometown: Dorchester, ON Shoots: Reg. Birthday: 04/25/2004 Class of: 2022 Last Year’s Team: Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs AAA

CARLO MURARO Position: Goaltender Height / Weight: 6', 176 lbs Hometown: Thiene, ITA Shoots: Reg. Birthday: 03/14/2002 Class of: 2021 Last Year’s Team: Ridley College Tigers

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COACH profiles MIKE MCCOURT Hockey Director & Head Coach mike_mccourt@ridleycollege.com Born & raised in Brockville, Ontario, Coach McCourt has enjoyed an extremely successful playing career followed by a long & distinguished coaching career. McCourt played three seasons with the Brockville Braves of the CCHL before pursing post-secondary hockey at St. Lawrence University where he was a four-year letter winner & captain of the 1991-92 ECAC Champions & NCAA Quarter Finalist Saints. Following graduation, Coach McCourt embarked on an eight-year professional career, which included stops with the Canadian National Team, the American Hockey League and the International Hockey League as well as three seasons in Europe. After a career-ending shoulder injury, McCourt began his coaching career with the Fresno Falcons where he captured a WCHL Championship. McCourt then proceeded to Clarkson University (ECAC) as an Associate Coach before being named Head Coach and General Manager of his hometown Brockville Braves. McCourt’s ability to develop players then led him to Robert Morris University as an Associate Coach before joining the Niagara Ice Dogs of the Ontario Hockey League. Over the course of his coaching career, McCourt has graduated numerous players on to the NCAA, CIS and OHL as well as producing a number of National Hockey League draft picks including first round picks Alex Pietrangelo, Dougie Hamilton, Ryan Strome and Mark Visentin. Mike is currently in his tenth season as Ridley’s Director of Hockey & Head Coach of the Prep Boys Hockey Program. During his tenure, Coach McCourt has led the Tigers to five MPHL Champions (in six years) and multiple CISAA Finals.

ZACK JONES Assistant Coach zack_jones@ridleycollege.com Born & raised in St. Catharines, Ontario, Coach Jones grew up playing varsity hockey in Niagara including four years of Junior B as part of the St. Catharines Falcons and Thorold Blackhawks organizations. Following his playing career, Zack worked as a power skating instructor alongside Kathi Plug and Chris Risi’s and has helped numerous athletes pursue major junior, collegiate and professional opportunities. Zack completed his undergraduate degree in Community Recreation and Leisure studies from Brock University before earning his teaching degree at Medaille College in Buffalo, NY. Zack joined the Prep Boys Hockey program in 2015 and wears many hats as not only a coach, but also a member of both the Residential Life team and Upper School faculty.

JASON BARRON Goalie Coach & Hockey Operations jason_barron@ridleycollege.com Born & raised in St. Catharines, Ontario, Coach Barron grew up playing competitive hockey in Niagara before moving on to become a coach. Jason is a NCCP Goaltending 1 & 2 certified coach and has extensive experience developing goaltenders from Tyke to Major Junior hockey. Jason has been a facilitator of goalie development for the OHL/OHF U15 Program of Excellence as well as the Goalie Coach for Team OMHA at the OHL Gold Cup in 2016, & 2020. Currently the Assistant Director of Player Development for the Erie Otters of the OHL, Jason oversees the development of Erie’s goaltender prospects. Jason has worked with Ben Vanderklok Goaltending for over twelve years and has helped numerous players move on to major junior & collegiate hockey careers. Jason has an undergraduate degree from Brock University in Sport Management.

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LEAGUE INFORMATION JUNIOR WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE

The Junior Women’s Hockey League (JWHL), which is made up of school and club teams from New England, Chicago, and Washington DC in the United States, and British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario in Canada.

The Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA), which is made up of prep school programmes from Ontario and Western New York.

USA Hockey and Ontario Women’s Hockey Association (OWHA) showcase events.

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2017

CISAA Silver Medalists

2018

CISAA Silver Medalists

2019

CISAA Champions

2020

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PLAYER profiles ANNA BARRINGTON

CALLA WOODCROFT

Position: Defense Hometown: St John's, NFLD Shoots: Left Birthday: 3/6/2004 Class of: 2022

Position: Forward Hometown: Geneva, SUI Shoots: Left Birthday: 6/25/2005 Class of: 2023

CARMEN ELLIOTT

AVERY FALARDEAU Committed Holy Cross University

Position: Defense Hometown: Stephenville, NFLD Shoots: Right Birthday: 4/9/2003 Class of: 2021

Position: Defense Hometown: Pelham, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 5/23/2006 Class of: 2024

EMMA PENNER

LUISA WELCKE Committed Ohio State University

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Position: Forward Hometown: Virgil, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 8/6/2002 Class of: 2020

Position: Forward Hometown: Würthemberg, GER Shoots: Right Birthday: 4/29/2002 Class of: 2021

HILLARY TAYLOR

ALIZÉE LEBLANC

Position: Forward Hometown: Grand Falls Windsor, NFLD Shoots: Left Birthday: 9/2/2005 Class of: 2023

Position: Defense Hometown: Dieppe, NB Shoots: Left Birthday: 3/27/2005 Class of: 2023

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MADDY FILLIER

AILIDH BARRY

Position: Defense Hometown: Clarke's Beach, NFLD Shoots: Left Birthday: 1/17/2006 Class of: 2024

Position: Goalie Hometown: Fredericton, NB Shoots: Reg. Birthday: 8/27/2004 Class of: 2022

LILLI WELCKE

MARY SWEETAPPLE Committed

Committed

Ohio State University

Mercyhurst University

Position: Forward Hometown: Würthemberg, GER Shoots: Right Birthday: 4/29/2002 Class of: 2021

Position: Defense Hometown: Burlington, NS Shoots: Left Birthday: 5/6/2003 Class of: 2021

LAUREN TONER

FELICIA PROVENZANO

Position: Forward Hometown: St. Catharines, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 7/5/2005 Class of: 2023

Position: Forward Hometown: King City, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 5/28/2004 Class of: 2022

BROOKE LORANGER

MIA GILES

Position: Goalie Hometown: Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON Shoots: Reg. Birthday: 4/19/2004 Class of: 2022

Position: Defense Hometown: Hammonds Plains, NS Shoots: Left Birthday: 1/8/2005 Class of: 2023

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PLAYER profiles MARIA SHEA Position: Defense Hometown: Stephenville Crossing, NFLD Shoots: Left Birthday: 6/10/2006 Class of: 2024

JESSICA DOROVENIS Position: Defense Hometown: Toronto, ON Shoots: Left Birthday: 1/13/2003 Class of: 2021

COACH profiles AMANDA BENOIT-WARK Head Coach amanda_wark@ridleycollege.com Hailing from Welland, Ontario, Coach Benoit-Wark joined Ridley as the Director of Hockey & Head Coach of the Prep Girls Hockey Program in the Fall of 2008. Prior to her taking the helm, Coach Benoit-Wark had an impressive playing career culminating with a long stint as a member of Canada’s dominant Women’s National Team. Amanda won eight National and 12 Provincial Championships as a member of the Toronto Aeros and Team Ontario during the Canada Winter Games. From there, she was selected as a member of Team Canada winning two World Championships in 1999 & 2000. In 2002, Amanda was an alternate player on Team Canada’s Gold medal winning squad at the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. After completing her playing career, Coach Benoit-Wark jumped into coaching as she looked to share her experience with the next generation of female hockey players. In 2012, Coach Benoit-Wark was invited back to coach several national programs including the Women’s National Team and both the U18 & U22 National Programs adding to her already notable linage with Hockey Canada. In 2015, Amanda helped guide the U22 National Program earn Gold at the Nations Cup in Germany. She also led the U18 National Program to Bronze at the 2017 U18 World Championships in Russia. In 2018, Amanda was invited to Japan as the Head Coach of Team Ontario’s U16 squad. During her time at Ridley, Coach Benoit-Wark has led the Tigers to multiple CISAA Championships and has graduated numerous players on to post-secondary sport.

CELESTE DOUCET Assistant Coach celeste_doucet@ridleycollege.com Born in Memramcook, New Brunswick, Coach Doucet began her Ridley career as an athlete leading the girls’ program to their first ever CISAA Championships in 2006 & 2006. She captained the team in her senior year and was also awarded Ridley’s Female Athlete of the Year. After Ridley, Doucet skated for New Brunswick at the 2007 Canada Winter Games at Whitehorse, Yukon and played for several other New Brunswick provincial teams including the U18 Atlantic Challenge Cup and the Senior Women's Esso National Senior Championships squads. In July 2007, she attended Hockey Canada National Women's Under-19 Program Evaluation Camp in Calgary, Alberta. Following her career at Ridley, Doucet played four years at University of Vermont, earning the Captaincy in 2010-11. Celeste finished her teaching degree at UVM before returning to Ridley in the Fall of 2012.

JASON BARRON Goalie Coach & Hockey Operations jason_barron@ridleycollege.com Born & raised in St. Catharines, Ontario, Coach Barron grew up playing competitive hockey in Niagara before moving on to become a coach. Jason is a NCCP Goaltending 1 & 2 certified coach and has extensive experience developing goaltenders from Tyke to Major Junior hockey. Jason has been a facilitator of goalie development for the OHL/OHF U15 Program of Excellence as well as the Goalie Coach for Team OMHA at the OHL Gold Cup in 2016, & 2020. Currently the Assistant Director of Player Development for the Erie Otters of the OHL, Jason oversees the development of Erie’s goaltender prospects. Jason has worked with Ben Vanderklok Goaltending for over twelve years and has helped numerous players move on to major junior & collegiate hockey careers. Jason has an undergraduate degree from Brock University in Sport Management.

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PREP BOYS HOCKEY

A COMMUNITY AND A LEGACY Your relationship with Ridley College does not end when you graduate. As alumni of Ridley, you are part of a multi-generational community of over 8,000 proud men and women in nearly 100 different countries. Wherever your life takes you, there’s a strong probability that you will come across another ‘Old Ridleian’ (OR).

CLASS OF 2012

CLASS OF 2017

Brett Beauvais – Robert Morris University - Rapid City Rush (ECHL) Michael Gallardi – Niagara Icedogs (OHL) Carl Greco – Westfield State University (NCAA DIII) - Evansville Thunderbolts (SPHL) Matt Pizzo – Hobart College (NCAA DIII) - Strasbourg France2 Sam Quaranta – Brock University (U SPORT)

Carson Edwardson – Erie Otters (OHL) Ryan Mahshie – Rensselaer Polytech Institute (NCAA DI) Andrew McIntyre – St. Lawrence University (NCAA DI) Brandon Skubel – Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL) Brett Thorne – Michigan Tech. (NCAA DI)

CLASS OF 2013

CLASS OF 2018

John Kompson – Conneticut College (NCAA DIII) Kyle Marino – University of Alaska-Fairbanks (NCAA DIII) - Idaho Steelheads (ECHL)

Owen Cole – UMass Lowell (NCAA DI) Jona Hildreth – SUNY-Cortland (NCAA DIII) Evan Johnston – Hawkesbury Hawks (CCHL) Jacob Lutwyche – Manchester Storm (EIHL) Colin Marshall – Ottawa Jr Sentators (CCHL) Garrett McArthur – Brockville Braves (CCHL) Riley McCourt – Flint Firebirds (OHL) - Toronto Marlies (AHL) Riley McCutcheon – University of Vermont (NCAA DI) Lucas Pfeil – Kitchener Rangers (OHL) Nicholas Prestia – Manhattanville College (NCAA DIII) Cameron Warren – Fort McMurray Oil Barons (AJHL)

CLASS OF 2014 Max Balinson – Long Island University (NCAA DI) Jake Coughler – Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL) - Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL) Cam Hackett – RPI (NCAA DI)

CLASS OF 2015 Jake Brien – University of Toronto (U SPORTS) Evan DeBrouwer – Arizona State University (NCAA DI) Trent Fox – Mississauga Steelheads - University of Windsor (U SPORTS) Cam Gray – St. Lawrence University (NCAA DI) - Adrian College (NCAA DIII) Charlie Levesque – UMass Lowell (NCAA DI) Bo Taylor – Baie Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL)

CLASS OF 2016

Shailynn Snow '19 St. Lawrence University U18 Women's World Championship, Gold Medalist

Ryan Mahshie '17 Rensselaer Polytech Institute

Cameron Beaudry – Aurora University (NCAA DIII) Cole Cameron – Kitchener Rangers OHL - University of Guelph (U SPORTS) Carson Edwardson – Erie Otters (OHL) Christian Girhiny – Erie Otters (OHL) - Brock University (U SPORTS) Connor Hill – Niagara University (NCAA DI) Charlie Levesque – Umass Lowell (NCAA DI) Will Lochead – London Knights (OHL) - Springfield Thunderbirds (AHL) Chris McGonigle – Kitchener Rangers (OHL) Andrew McIntyre – St. Lawrence University (NCAA DI) Lucas Pfeil – Kitchener Rangers (OHL) Brandon Skubel – Drummondville Voyageurs (QMJHL) Noah Tooke – Wilfred Laurier University (U SPORTS)

CLASS OF 2019 Maxime Blanchard – Ottawa Jr Senators (CCHL) – Sherbrooke Phoenix (QMJHL) AJ Cook – Niagara Ice Dogs (OHL) Matt Keeley – Wellington Dukes (OJHL) Jacob Lutwyche – Manchester Storm (EIHL) Cole Spencer – Ottawa Jr Senators (CCHL)

CLASS OF 2020 Coleman Bennett – Napean Raiders (CCHL) Alexandre Blanchard – Rockland Nationals (CCHL) Carter Giles – Whitecourt Wolverines (AJHL) Rylee Hlusiak – Hawkesbury Hawks (CCHL) Noah Sedore – Erie Otters (OHL)

PREP GIRLS HOCKEY CLASS OF 2015

CLASS OF 2019

Logan Blake – McMaster University (U SPORTS) Lydia Schurman – St. Francis Xavier University (U SPORTS)

Shailynn Snow – St. Lawrence University (NCAA DI) Janneke Watt – University of Western Ontario (U SPORTS)

CLASS OF 2016

CLASS OF 2020

Emilly McDonald – Brock University (U SPORTS) Lena McDonald – Brock University (U SPORTS) Annie Sheridan – Laurentian University (U SPORTS)

Katherine Culligan – St. FX University (U SPORTS) Catherine Foulem – Boston University (NCAA DI) Abygail Grexton – Dartmouth College (NCAA DI) Hallie McClelland – Arizona State University (ACHA) Avery Penner – University of Prince Edward Island (U SPORTS)

CLASS OF 2017 Megan Forrest – Brown University (NCAA DI) Gracen Mahoney – Kings College (NCAA DIII) Heather Newman – Memorial University (U SPORTS) Summer Rae-Dobson – Mercyhurst University (NCAA DI)

CLASS OF 2018

CLASS OF 2021 Carmen Elliott – Holly Cross University (NCAA DI) Lilli Welcke – Ohio State University (NCAA DI) Luisa Welcke – Ohio State University (NCAA DI) Mary Sweetapple – Mercyhurst University (NCAA DI)

Audra Vanroboys – University of Miami, Ohio (ACHA)

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