On March 24-30, 2017, Canada Basketball will be hosting their annual age-group assessment camp at Humber College in Toronto, ON.

The tryout will incorporate a national training environment along with an international focus, with an eye on loading the U16 and U19 National teams.

“We look forward bringing this group of new and returning nationally identified athletes into our camp, to see them compete and provide direction on their individual performance plans,” said Denise Dignard, director of women’s high performance.

Fifty-six athletes from across the country will look to make the cut for either of the two teams and not only represent their country, but also improve upon Canada’s current 4th rank internationally at the age-group girls’ level.

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The following is a list of the athletes that have been invited to participate:

Aiden Rainford2017
Alyssa Jerome2017
Dana Inglis2017
Emily Dewey2017
Hailey Brown2017
Hanna Hall2017
Kyla Shand2017
Louise Forsyth2017
Raizel Guinto2017
Sage Stobbart2017
Sarah Donovan2017
Shaina Pellington2017
Andrea Torres2018
Brianna Breedy2018
Carly Ahlstrom2018
Christina Morra2018
Georgia Alexander2018
Julia Chadwick2018
Justina King2018
Kate Moran2018
Keishana Washington2018
Kylee O'Hara2018
Laura Donovan2018
Mikayla Funk2018
Naomi Ganpo2018
Niyah Becker2018
Rachel Farwell2018
Taya Hanson2018
Myriam Leclerc2019
Aerial Wilson2019
Briar MacDonald2019
Brynn Masikewich2019
Claire Signatovich2019
Deanna Tuchscherer2019
Ella Stanley2019
Kaillie Hall2019
Kennedy Dickie2019
Laeticia Amihere2019
Makayla Ennis2019
Micah Dennis2019
Olivia Morgan-Cherchas2019
Taisha Exanor2019
Aaliyah Edwards2020
Cassandra Joli-Coeur2020
Kayla Drummond2020
Laura MacKinnon2020
Maryama Turkstra2020
Merissah Russell2020
Rebecca Demeke2020
Roxane Makolo2020
Yvonne Ejim2020
Donna Ntambue2021
Kenya Cote-Lysius2021
Sarah Te-Biasu2021
Clara Bergeron2022
Lisa Tesson2022

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