Canada women's national field hockey team

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Coach Giles Bonnet
Captain Kate Wright
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The Canada women's national field hockey team participates in international field hockey competitions. In 1991, the Canadian men's and women's programs united under the national umbrella of Field Hockey Canada to share funding and infrastructure. [2] The women's team made its first international appearance at the 1978 Women's Hockey World Cup in Madrid, Spain, finishing in fifth place. They were the runner-up at the 1983 Women's Hockey World Cup and the bronze medalists at the 1986 Women's Hockey World Cup.

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The Canadian women's team participated in the women's international tournament for the first time in 1956. In 1979 Canada hosted 18 countries in Vancouver for that world event; Canada placed 8th. The 1978 Canadian team was the first to enter the Women's World Cup, and placed 5th.

Current Roster

The following 18 players were named in the Canada squad for the FIH Series Finals in Valencia, Spain from 19–27 June, 2019. [3]

Head coach: Giles Bonnet

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsClub
1GK Kaitlyn Williams (1989-08-15) 15 August 1989 (age 30)149 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Royal Victory
2GK Lauren Logush (1995-03-21) 21 March 1995 (age 24)48 Flag of the Netherlands.svg LOHC

8DF Elise Wong (1998-01-21) 21 January 1998 (age 22)21 Flag of the United States.svg Princeton University
9DF Danielle Hennig (1990-12-23) 23 December 1990 (age 29)200 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Royal Victory
14DF Karli Johansen (1992-03-26) 26 March 1992 (age 27)145 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Royal Léopold
17DF Sara McManus (1993-08-14) 14 August 1993 (age 26)187 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg KHC Leuven
25DF Shanlee Johnston (1990-02-05) 5 February 1990 (age 29)127 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Gantoise

6MF Anna Mollenhauer (1999-09-18) 18 September 1999 (age 20)14 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg University of Victoria
16MF Natalie Sourisseau (1992-12-05) 5 December 1992 (age 27)149 Flag of the Netherlands.svg THC Hurley
20MF Nikki Woodcroft (1996-01-30) 30 January 1996 (age 23)66 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg White Star HC
21MF Amanda Woodcroft (1993-10-09) 9 October 1993 (age 26)127 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg KHC Leuven
22MF Madeline Secco (1994-03-15) 15 March 1994 (age 25)139 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Royal Victory

3FW Katherine Wright (C) (1989-08-14) 14 August 1989 (age 30)228 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg KHC Leuven
11FW Rachel Donohoe (1994-10-17) 17 October 1994 (age 25)88 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Gantoise
13FW Hannah Haughn (1994-09-04) 4 September 1994 (age 25)191 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Royal Victory
19FW Holly Stewart (1993-05-18) 18 May 1993 (age 26)99 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Hockey Namur
23FW Brienne Stairs (1989-12-22) 22 December 1989 (age 30)175 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg KHC Leuven
26FW Stephanie Norlander (1995-12-20) 20 December 1995 (age 24)126 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg KHC Leuven

Tournament records

Olympic Games [4]
YearHost cityPosition
1980 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Moscow, Soviet Union N/A
1984 Flag of the United States.svg Los Angeles, United States 5th
1988 Flag of South Korea.svg Seoul, South Korea 6th
1992 Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona, Spain 7th
1996 – 2020 Did not participate
Commonwealth Games [5]
YearHost cityPosition
1998 Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 10th
2002 Flag of England.svg Manchester, England 7th
2006 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Melbourne, Australia 7th
2010 Flag of India.svg New Delhi, India 6th
2014 Flag of Scotland.svg Glasgow, Scotland 8th
2018 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Gold Coast, Australia 5th
2022 Flag of England.svg Birmingham, England TBD
Pan American Cup [6]
YearHost cityPosition
2001 Flag of Jamaica.svg Kingston, Jamaica 3rd
2004 Flag of Barbados.svg Bridgetown, Barbados 3rd
2009 Flag of Bermuda.svg Hamilton, Bermuda 5th
2013 Flag of Argentina.svg Mendoza, Argentina 3rd
2017 Flag of the United States.svg Lancaster, United States 4th
2021 Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg Tacarigua, Trinidad and Tobago Qualified
World League [7]
YearRoundHost cityPosition
2014–15 Round 1 Flag of Mexico.svg Guadalajara, Mexico 1st
Round 2 Flag of Ireland.svg Dublin, Ireland 2nd
Semifinal Flag of Spain.svg Valencia, Spain 9th
2016–17 Round 2 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg West Vancouver, Canada 5th
World Cup [8]
YearHost cityPosition
1974 – 1976 Did not Participate
1978 Flag of Spain.svg Madrid, Spain 5th
1981 Flag of Argentina.svg Buenos Aires, Argentina 5th
1983 Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2nd
1986 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Amsterdam, Netherlands 3rd
1990 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Sydney, Australia 10th
1994 Flag of Ireland.svg Dublin, Ireland 10th
1998 – 2018 Did not Participate
Pan American Games [9]
YearHost cityPosition
1987 Flag of the United States.svg Indianapolis, United States 3rd
1991 Flag of Cuba.svg Havana, Cuba 2nd
1995 Flag of Argentina.svg Mar del Plata, Argentina 3rd
1999 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Winnipeg, Canada 3rd
2003 Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 5th
2007 Flag of Brazil.svg Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 5th
2011 Flag of Mexico.svg Guadalajara, Mexico 4th
2015 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Toronto, Canada 3rd
2019 Flag of Peru.svg Lima, Peru 2nd
Champions Trophy [10]
YearHost cityPosition
1987 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Amsterdam, Netherlands 4th
1989 Flag of Germany.svg Frankfurt, West Germany 6th
1991 – 2018 Did not Participate
Hockey Series [11]
YearRoundHost cityPosition
2018–19 Open Flag of Mexico.svg Salamanca, Mexico 1st
Final Flag of Spain.svg Valencia, Spain 2nd

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