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The 2015-2016 Complete Guide to the Shawnigan Lake School Ice Hockey Program


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A note from Headmaster David Robertson A note from Director of Hockey Kevin Cooper A note from Director of Sport Tim Murdy School profile Arts profile Boarding profile School features CSSHL Coaches Midget Prep Roster Varsity Roster Bantam Prep Roster The Ice Arena Girls Hockey Head Coach Carly Haggard


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Perhaps one of the oldest pieces of parental advice that many of us received when we were young was that “if you’re going to do something, do it well”. That commitment to quality has set the tone for everything that we do at the School, but more particularly, for the Hockey program since its recent inception as a ‘flagship sport’. As the current steward of this fine institution, I am very proud of the way that our coaches, players, parents and staff have embraced the essential ethos of the School. We are definitely very much on the right track in incorporating a first-class hockey experience into a Shawnigan education. The disciplines, values and the healthy development that any reasonably intense involvement with sport can bring a young person are invaluable and an absolutely key ingredient of a complete education. That is something that I would wish for anyone and something that we can all engineer if we approach all of these opportunities in the right way. The real value of sport lies in engaging the hearts and minds of all who become involved. Ultimately, the sport becomes merely the vehicle that carries the person on to success and fulfillment in life. That’s what we wish for our teams and all the individuals in them. If the Shawnigan Hockey experience proves to be meaningful and significant for all who have anything to do with it then we will all have accomplished our mission. For my part, I remain delighted by the progress that we are making. My best wishes to all,

— David Robertson Headmaster, Shawnigan Lake School

My role was to create, design, and lead a high level hockey program, making it one of the finest in Canada. After one year of building and development, our team entered the Canadian Sports School Hockey League and won our division with a perfect record. Last season, we entered two more teams at the elite level. This momentum is carrying our program forward as this September we are proud to have our first female ice hockey team in the CSHHL. I am a believer in “what’s past is prologue.” My own experiences at New Hampton Prep School and Middlebury College taught me to be accountable through hard work. From this, I had the opportunity to bring a high-performance ice hockey program to Shawnigan and have it reflect our mission statement. This exciting journey, though brief, is a recent addition to the school’s one hundred year old rich history in developing our community, one member at a time, by following the pursuit of personal excellence. We are fortunate at Shawnigan Lake School to provide our student athletes with a unique exposure to high level academics, sport, and fine arts. Our players work hard within their multiple roles, whether in the classroom, on the ice, or in the gym to ensure our school’s values are clearly reflected in their actions. To have success, we all must share the vision and contribute. I want to thank teachers, house directors, transportation, and kitchen staff, who put in many extra hours of care to ensure our program runs smoothly. I also am very grateful to our rink facility staff. I personally thank our parents and young student athletes for choosing Shawnigan. “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” — Pelé

— Kevin Cooper Director of Hockey, Shawnigan Lake School


Palmam Qui Meruit Ferat Let the rewards go to those who worked to deserve them. The Shawnigan Athletic program is one of the essential areas that makes up the Shawnigan student experience. Our belief in the athletic potential of all students allows our coaches to challenge our athletes and push them to levels that they may have thought unattainable. We believe that sport is about the process leading up to competition and, if this process is thoroughly completed then the outcome will be a positive one. We believe having natural athletic ability does not guarantee success — character does. Hard work and commitment along with teamwork are the mainstays of our program. In addition, personal accountability, respect for others, and a positive approach form the character of a true Shawnigan athlete. In competition we learn how to accept success with humility and defeat with grace; we learn individual responsibility and teamwork; we learn that respect for the other team and the rules of the game make us stronger opponents. There is nothing quite like the thrill of a closely fought competition between two equally fierce teams. And there is nothing that can replace the learning that takes place through the challenge of competitive sport. Finally, we believe strongly in the principle of the multi-sport experience for our students. Not only will these different experiences keep our students fresh and challenged, but there are many crossover skills and qualities that will help them to be successful in any athletic endeavour. I feel that following quote from Mr. David Robertson, the school’s Headmaster, best sums the philosophy of Shawnigan Athletics: “The duration of an athletic contest is only a few minutes, while the training for it may take many weeks of arduous work and the continuous exercise of self-effort. The real value of sport is not in the actual game played in the limelight of applause but in the hours of dogged determination and self-discipline carried out alone, imposed and supervised by an exacting conscience. The applause soon dies away, the prize is left behind, but the character you build up is yours forever.”

— Tim Murdy Director of Sport, Shawnigan Lake School


PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS • • • •

A co-educational independent college preparatory boarding school founded in 1916 480 students in grades 8-12 (420 boarders, 60 day students) 80% of students are from Canada and the United States 20% of students are international — more than 30 countries represented on campus

ACADEMICS • • • • •

University preparatory-based education program Student to faculty ratio: 8:1 Average class size: 15 students Faculty Advisor assigned to each student to facilitate academic progress Learning Centre with 5 instructors

ADVANCED PLACEMENT • •

100% of graduates accepted into university More than 85% of graduates accepted to their first choice

CAMPUS • • • •

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380-acre, rural setting Family-style dining in Marion Hall 9 modern boarding houses (5 boys, 4 girls) Wireless campus

28 instructors in music, drama and visual arts 24 extracurricular fine arts options 9 annual Musical Theatre and Drama productions Artist in Residence Program Hugh Wilkinson Studio Theatre

ATHLETICS PROGRAM • • • • • • • • • •

17 AP courses offered, average score: 4.06 73 courses offered within the BC curriculum

UNIVERSITY PROFILE • •

FINE ARTS PROGRAM

15 different sports offerings Nationally acclaimed rowing and rugby programs National level coaches Annual sports tours International-sized rugby field with Pavilion Rowing boathouse and docks (58 rowing shells) 9 full-sized playing fields 6 tennis courts All-weather turf field for field hockey and soccer State-of-the-art indoor athletic facility with 4 squash courts, 2 gyms, high performance weight room, fitness centre and golf simulator

LEADERSHIP • • • • • •

Values-based education Extensive volunteering opportunities Thorough environmental issues approach Annual International service expeditions Whole school one-week ski-trip to the interior In-house residential curriculum


Fine Arts

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Offerings Boatbuilding Dance Debating Digital Arts Drama Environment Club Figure Skating Film Animation Film Production Fly Tying Illustration Independent Music Library Model UN Music Technology Musical Theatre Photography Pottery Robotics Sculpture Service Sewing Strings Ensemble Studio Art Textile Arts Woodwork Yearbook

State-of-the-art recording arts studio

5 annual theatre productions

28 professional instructors

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Boarding at Shawnigan is special because your friendships are developed where you reside.

9 residential houses

One of the greatest pieces of the Shawnigan education is that you learn how to be a good roommate. The students here learn the art of a good compromise and that treating others with dignity and respect will improve the quality of your life.

60+ staff residing on campus

Eric Venables Assistant House Director, Copeman’s

Annual interhouse competitions

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Boarding

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Campus

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Features Family-style dining in Marion Hall

380 acres on Shawnigan Lake

All-weather soccer turfs “Canada Field� for rugby Fitness centre Golf simulator High-performance weight room Organic teaching gardens Research-grade observatory Rowing boathouse & docks

Dedicated robotics lab

Squash courts Studio theatre Shaw Science Centre Water-based field hockey turf

Research-grade observatory

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Our Midget Prep, Varsity and Bantam Prep teams compete in the prestigious Canadian Sport Schools Hockey League. The CSSHL was created in 2009 and includes teams from British Columbia, Alberta and Idaho. It was grown from five sport schools to 13 across six divisions: U18 Prep, U18 Varsity, Elite 15s, Bantam Prep, Bantam Varsity and Female. The CSSHL was specifically designed to enable like-minded players increased level of competition and exposure. The league’s mandate is to provide student athletes with a high-level hockey experience complimenting their academic commitments. Each team plays 25-35 league games and playoffs to determine the final standings for the season. Games are scheduled to minimize school conflicts. Despite a relatively short existence, the CSSHL has already produced seven players selected in the National Hockey League draft and two alumni who have competed in the NHL: Mathew Dumba of the Minnesota Wild and Curtis Lazar of the Ottawa Senators. More than 60 former players have continued to play Major Junior hockey and 16 earned scholarships to NCAA Division I programs. In addition to their CSSHL fixtures, teams also compete in a number of tournaments throughout the season of play. At Shawnigan, we try to have all competitive teams travel out east in Canada or to the U.S. competing against elite private schools and U18, U16 and U14 teams. This provides students with an enhanced hockey experience and greater exposure to NCAA programs. In 201516, the Midget Prep team was invited to the prestigious 33rd Annual MacPherson Hockey Tournament. This is the premier Midget U18 tournament in the country with teams from New York, Pennsylvania, Quebec, Saskatchewan, B.C. and Ontario.

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Head Coach

Coach

Kevin Cooper

Jeff Compton

Paul Morris

Middlebury ’04 Nine-year professional player

University of Victoria University of Ottawa

University of Waterloo Queens University

Coach

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Coach

Coach

James Pollock

James Gaertner

Drafted in 1997 19-year professional player

University of British Columbia


Coach

Coach

Doug Bodger

Brian Passmore

Drafted in 1984 Played 15 years in the NHL

7th Round Draft Pick, 2000 Seven-year professional player

Veronica Brown

Heather Craib, R.N.

Jenn McKinnon

PROGRAM MANAGER

HEAD NURSE

ATHLETIC THERAPIST

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Back row: Ben Berard, Triston LeBrun, Tyler Carpendale, Reid Irwin, Devin Williamson Middle row: Jackson Doucet, Kei Lowes, Keiran Furlonger, Seth Purdey, Jacob Pawlovich, Boo Grist, Carter Miller, Calijah Philip Front row: Merek Pipes, Gavin Yee, Coach Jeff Compton, Noah Crumb, Coach Kevin Cooper, Kyle Bell, Coach Paul Morris, Liam Kennedy, Cael Halvorsen

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NAME

POSITION

HT.

WT.

CLASS

BIRTH YEAR

HOMETOWN

1

Merek Pipes

Goal

5’10’’

140

2016

1998

Victoria, British Columbia

2

Triston LeBrun

Forward

6’2’’

200

2016

1998

Terrace, British Columbia

4

Gavin Yee

Defense

6’2’’

180

2016

1998

Sidney, British Columbia

5

Carter Miller

Defense

5’9’’

160

2018

2000

Abbotsford, British Columbia

6

Kyle Bell

Defense

6’2’’

185

2016

1998

Victoria, British Columbia

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Reid Irwin

Forward

5’11’’

150

2017

1999

Victoria, British Columbia

8

Boo Grist

Defense

6’

162

2017

1999

North Saanich, British Columbia

9

Calijah Philip

Forward

5’9’’

155

2017

1999

Victoria, British Columbia

10

Jake Pawlovich

Forward

6’

155

2017

1999

Abbotsford, British Columbia

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Jackson Doucet

Forward

5’7’’

140

2017

1999

Victoria, British Columbia

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Noah Crumb

Forward

5’10’’

165

2016

1998

Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia

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Devin Williamson

Forward

5’11’’

165

2016

1998

Ottawa, Ontario

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Seth Purdey

Defense

6’

185

2017

1998

Prince George, British Columbia

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Kieran Furlonger

Defense

5’10’’

165

2016

1999

Maple Ridge, British Columbia

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Ben Berard

Forward

5’1’’

185

2017

1999

Duncan, British Columbia

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Typer Carpendale

Forward

6’2’’

180

2018

2000

Powell River, British Columbia

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Liam Kennedy

Forward

5’10’’

195

2016

1998

Cobble Hill, British Columbia

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Kei Lowes

Forward

5’9’’

172

2017

1999

Yakumo, Japan

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Cael Halvorsen

Goal

5’11’’

140

2016

1998

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Ben Berard

Tyler Carpendale

5’1’’ 185 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

5’10’’ 165 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

6’2’’ 180 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

Hometown: Duncan, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Shawnigan Lake B.C. Years at SLS: 3

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Jackson Doucet

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Noah Crumb

Reid Irwin

Liam Kennedy

5’7’’ 140 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

5’11’’ 150 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

5’10’’ 195 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Cobble Hill, B.C. Years at SLS: 3


Triston LeBrun

Kei Lowes

Jake Pawlovich

6’2’’ 200 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

5’9’’ 172 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

6’ 155 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

Hometown: Terrace, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Yakumo, Japan Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Abbotsford, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Calijah Philip

Devin Williamson

5’9’’ 155 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

5’11’’ 165 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Ottawa, Ont. Years at SLS: 2

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Kyle Bell

Boo Grist

6’2’’ 185 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

5’10’’ 165 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

6’ 162 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 4

Hometown: Maple Ridge, B.C. Years at SLS: 3

Hometown: North Saanich, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Seth Purdey

Gavin Yee

Carter Miller

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Kieran Furlonger

5’9’’ 160 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

6’ 185 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

6’2’’ 180 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

Hometown: Abbotsford, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Prince George, B.C. Years at SLS: 3

Hometown: Sidney, B.C. Years at SLS: 2


Cael Halvorsen

Merek Pipes

5’11’’ 140 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

5’10’’ 140 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 3

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Back row: Ethan Hersant, Matthew Kors, Dillon Johnson, Sam Goldberg, Brett Roloson, Noah Taron, Bryce Irwin Middle row: James Petropoulous, Ryan Novecosky, Olin Webb, Cody Friedman, Tyler Knelson, Quinton Waitzner, Chris Norton, Chase Mackenzie, Kurtis Laurion, Ben Rose Front row: Daniel Enge, Cole Konowalchuk, Koltin King, CoachJames Pollock, Tommy Redl, Coach James Gaertner, Liam Kennedy, Dominik Faustino, Brady Thompson

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NAME

POSITION

HT.

WT.

CLASS

BIRTH YEAR

HOMETOWN

1

Daniel Enge

Goal

6’1’’

160

2018

2000

Yellow Knife, Northwest Territories

2

Ryan Novecosky

Defense

5’10’’

150

2018

2000

Courtenay, British Columbia

3

Tyler Knelson

Defense

6’4’’

200

2017

1999

Ladysmith, British Columbia

4

Olin Webb

Defense

6’1’’

165

2017

1999

Mill Bay, British Columbia

5

Chase Mackenzie

Defense

5’10’’

165

2018

2000

Victoria, British Columbia

6

Bryce Irwin

Forward

5’6’’

140

2019

2000

Victoria, British Columbia

7

Noah Taron

Forward

5’8’’

140

2018

2000

Mill Bay, British Columbia

8

Matthew Kors

Forward

5’8’’

187

2017

1999

Los Angeles, California

9

Koltin King

Defense

6’1’’

225

2016

1998

Cowichan Bay, British Columbia

10

Ben Rose

Defense

5’7’’

140

2018

2000

Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia

11

Kurtis Laurion

Forward

5’10’’

160

2017

1998

Leduc, Alberta

12

Tommi Redl

Defense

6’1’’

190

2016

1998

Edmonton, Alberta

13

James Petropoulous

Forward

5’11’’

165

2018

2000

Victoria, British Columbia

14

Dillon Johnson

Forward

5’10’’

150

2018

2000

Penticton, British Columbia

15

Brett Roloson

Forward

5’8’’

135

2019

2000

Newport Beach, California

16

Cody Friedman

Forward

6’1’’

170

2017

1999

Los Angeles, California

17

Dominik Faustino

Forward

5’10’’

183

2016

1998

Victoria, British Columbia

18

Sam Goldberg

Forward

5’10’’

145

2017

1998

Toronto, Ontario

19

Chris Norton

Forward

5’10’’

145

2018

1999

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

20

Quinton Waitzner

Forward

6’4’’

185

2018

2000

Victoria, British Columbia

21

Ethan Hersant

Forward

5’6’’

130

2018

2000

Victoria, British Columbia

31

Brady Thompson

Goal

5’11’’

175

2018

2000

Victoria, British Columbia

39

Cole Konowalchuk

Goal

5’8’’

150

2018

2000

Maple Valley, Washington

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Dominik Faustino

Sam Goldberg

5’10’’ 183 Born: 1998 Class of 2016

6’1’’ 170 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

5’10’’ 145 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2017

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Toronto, Ont. Years at SLS: 1

Ethan Hersant

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Cody Friedman

Dillon Jonson

Matthew Kors

5’6’’ 130 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

5’10’’ 150 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2018

5’8’’ 165 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Penticton, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif. Years at SLS: 2


Kurtis Laurion

Chris Norton

Brett Roloson

5’10’’ 160 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2017

5’6’’ 140 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

5’8’’ 135 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2019

Hometown: Leduc, Alta. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Dubai, U.A.E. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Newport Beach, Calif. Years at SLS: 1

James Petropoulous

Noah Taron

Quinton Waitzner

5’11’’ 165 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

5’8’’ 140 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

6’4’’ 185 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Mill Bay, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

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Koltin King

Chase Mackenzie

6’1’’ 225 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

6’4’’ 200 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

5’10’’ 185 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2018

Hometown: Cowichan Bay, B.C. Years at SLS: 3

Hometown: Ladysmith, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Ryan Novecosky

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Tyler Knelson

Tommi Redl

Ben Rose

5’10’’ 150 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

6’1’’ 190 lbs. Born: 1998 Class of 2016

5’7’’ 140 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

Hometown: Courtenay, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Edmonton, Alta. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Shawnigan Lake, B.C. Years at SLS: 3


Olin Webb

Daniel Enge

Cole Konowalchuk

6’1’’ 155 lbs. Born: 1999 Class of 2017

6’1’’ 160 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

5’8’’ 150 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018

Hometown: Mill Bay, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Yellow Knife, N.W.T. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Maple Valley, Wash. Years at SLS: 1

Brady Thompson 5’11’’ 175 lbs. Born: 2000 Class of 2018 Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

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Back row: Jacson Alexander, Cody Shepheard, Kabore Dunn, Hayden Hurst, Ty Brant, Samuel Huo, John Little Middle row: Malcolm Sheilds, Koby Bujdoso, Kaleb McHugh, Cody Stockton, Jacob Fraser, Gabe Schovanek, Luciano Wilson, Jack Glen, Owen Evers Front row: Will Gurski, Coach Doug Bodger, Nathan Goliath, Karsten Lund, Jo-Jo Tanaka-Campbell, Coach Brian Passmore, Campbell Arnold

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NAME

POSITION

HT.

WT.

CLASS

BIRTH YEAR

HOMETOWN

2

Jacson Alexander

Defense

5’9’’

165

2019

2001

Victoria, British Columbia

3

Cody Shepheard

Forward

5’11’’

150

2019

2001

Qualicum Beach, British Columbia

4

Owen Evers

Defense

5’3’’

130

2020

2002

Victoria, British Columbia

5

Nathan Goliath

Defense

5’10’’

155

2019

2001

Duncan, British Columbia

6

Samuel Huo

Forward

5’10’’

135

2019

2001

Richmond, British Columbia

7

Koby Bujdoso

Defense

5’6’’

133

2019

2001

Saanichton, British Columbia

8

Cody Stockton

Defense

5’9’’

138

2019

2001

Duncan, British Columbia

9

Jacob Fraser

Forward

5’8’’

140

2019

2001

Surrey, British Columbia

10

John Little

Forward

5’11’’

155

2020

2002

Parksville, British Columbia

11

Jo-Jo Tanaka-Campbell Forward

5’9’’

150

2019

2001

Mill Bay, British Columbia

12

Jack Glen

Forward

5’6’’

148

2019

2001

Regina, Saskatchewan

13

Gabriel Schovanek

Forward

5’8’’

130

2019

2001

Comox, British Columbia

14

Kaleb McHugh

Forward

5’7’’

140

2019

2001

Sooke, British Columbia

15

Malcolm Shields

Forward

5’6’’

135

2020

2002

Langley, British Columbia

16

Hayden Hurst

Defense

5’11’’

152

2019

2001

Richmond, British Columbia

18

Ty Brant

Defense

5’9’’

145

2019

2001

Duncan, British Columbia

19

Kabore Dunn

Defense

5’11’’

155

2019

2001

Mill Bay, British Columbia

20

Caleb Parkhouse

Forward

5’11’’

130

2019

2001

Powell River, British Columbia

22

Luciano Wilson

Forward

5’6’’

148

2019

2001

Duncan, British Columbia

29

Campbell Arnold

Goal

5’9’’

141

2020

2002

Nanaimo, British Columbia

31

William Gurski

Goal

6’

165

2020

2002

Duncan, British Columbia

31


Malcom Shields

Samuel Huo

5’6’’ 135 lbs. Born: 2002 Class of 2020

5’8’’ 140 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’10’’ 135 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

Hometown: Langley, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Surrey, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Richmond, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

John Little

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Jacob Fraser

Jo-Jo Tanaka-Campbell

Jack Glen

5’11’’ 155 lbs. Born: 2002 Class of 2020

5’9’’ 150 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’6’’ 148 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

Hometown: Parksville, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Mill Bay, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Regina, Sask. Years at SLS: 1


Gabriel Schovanek

Kaleb McHugh

Cody Shepheard

5’8’’ 130 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’7’’ 140 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’11’’ 150 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

Hometown: Comox, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Sooke, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Qualicum Beach, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Caleb Parkhouse

Luciano Wilson

5’11’’ 130 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’6’’ 148 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

Hometown: Powel River, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Duncan, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

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Jacson Alexander

Koby Bujdoso

5’9’’ 165 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’9’’ 145 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’6’’ 133 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Duncan, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Saanichton, B.C. Years at SLS:

Kabore Dunn

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Ty Brant

Owen Evers

Nathan Goliath

5’11’’ 155 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’3’’ 130 lbs. Born: 2002 Class of 2020

5’10’’ 155 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

Hometown: Mill Bay, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Victoria, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Duncan, B.C. Years at SLS: 2


Hayden Hurst

Cody Stockton

Campbell Arnold

5’11’’ 152 lbs. Born: 2002 Class of 2019

5’9’’ 138 lbs. Born: 2001 Class of 2019

5’9’’ 141 lbs. Born: 2002 Class of 2020

Hometown: Richmond, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

Hometown: Duncan, B.C. Years at SLS: 2

Hometown: Nanaimo, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

William Gurski 6’ 165 lbs. Born: 2002 Class of 2020 Hometown: Duncan, B.C. Years at SLS: 1

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• Bleacher capacity of 400 • Multi-functional lobby area • Four dressing rooms & showering facilities for visiting teams • Enclosed private viewing area • Concessions • Referee lounge • Women’s change room Exclusive SLS amenities • • • •

Three coach offices Video conference room Heamaster’s Lounge with balcony view Two college-sized dressing rooms with dry clothing rooms • Trainers room and warm-up area • Skate sharpening


Shawnigan Lake School welcomes girls hockey head coach Carly Haggard Carly played her minor hockey years in Port Alberni, BC, making the jump to senior women’s AAA hockey at the age of 16, where she attended two Canadian national championships. Haggard attended Dartmouth College, where she graduated with a major in Sociology and a minor in Psychology. She was a standout player, winning many awards, including, a two time finalist for the prestigious Patty Kazmaeir Award, given to the top player in US College hockey, Rookie of the Year, Ivy league and ECAC Player of the Year and named to the All American Team. During her college career, she was a two sport athlete, playing both hockey and softball. In 2002, Haggard was named the Dartmouth Female Athlete of the Year. Haggard also played for the Canadian Under 22 National Team for three years, where she competed in several international challenges. After graduation, Carly continued her hockey career and played for the Oakville Ice in the National Women’s Hockey League. During her playing time, she was also an assistant coach for the Oakville Junior Hockey Team. Carly started the PASS Female Hockey School in BC, where she began to hone her coaching skills. She trained and mentored girls of all ages and levels in their hockey careers. Many of these young players went on to play college hockey. Combining her two passions for travel and hockey, Carly played professional hockey in HC Lugano, Switzerland, where she was named the league’s MVP both seasons. Carly led her team to two league championships and two appearances at the European Cup championships. After retiring, Carly began her coaching career. Haggard did two seasons as an assistant coach with the University of Guelph Gryphon’s women’s hockey team. Carly took over as the interim head coach for the 2011-12 season, where they had the best record in school history with 18 wins. Carly is also a certified fitness trainer. She has developed off ice training programs for female hockey teams and has taught fitness and conditioning. She believes in a strong athletic performance both on and off the ice.

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Shawnigan Lake School is in the initial stages of developing a girls ice hockey program with a competitive Midget ‘AAA’ team starting in September 2016. The team will compete in the prestigious Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) and will play games across southern British Columbia. The CSSHL, one of the top development leagues in Canada, is designed to provide athletes with a highlevel hockey experience that complements Shawnigan’s rigorous academic program. Student athletes will enjoy all the benefits of Canada’s premier college prep boarding schools plus: • • • • •

On-campus ice arena First-class dryland training High-performance weight room Cardio facility Two gymnasiums

For more information, contact Kevin Cooper, Head of Hockey at kcooper@shawnigan.ca 39


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