Women's Basketball Announce 2019-2020 Recruit Class

Women's Basketball Announce 2019-2020 Recruit Class

The Thunder Women’s Basketball program is pleased to announce the incoming recruits and transfer students for the 2019-20 season.  The commitments of the following high school athletes and transfers will compete for roster spots this coming fall. “Myself and assistant coaches are thrilled to have so many student-athletes wanting to be a part of our program. We lost some key pieces from last year’s team but I’m very excited to have all these new faces as part of our family and culture.” Said Coach Valpreda. With many young and talented incoming athletes, the coaches are very eager to get the season started.

High School Recruits:

Kaitlyn Kluttig: 5’7 Point Guard Paul Kane High School, St. Albert

Brooke Froemont: 5’6 Guard St. Albert Catholic High School, St. Albert

 

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Kyleigh Kornak: 5’10 Forward, St. Albert Catholic High School, St. Albert

 

Amberley Spencer: 5’7 Guard, Bev Facey High School, Sherwood Park

 

Caitlin Paul: 5’9 Guard, Fairview High School

Taylen Hryniw: 5’8 Guard, Salmon Arm Secondary High School, British Columbia

Laura Stalzey: 5’6 Point Guard Mornville Community High School, Mornville

 

Transfer Student Athletes:

Kaelyn Bryks: 5’6 Guard Nait OOKS 2016/17, 18/19,

Jasmine Jones: 5’7 Guard Nait OOKS 2017/18

Naomi Casteleijn 6’2 Forward Dawson Community College, Montana / Breda Netherlands

Leah Piekman: Macewan University 2015/16, Archbishop MacDonald High School

After finishing the regular season with a 15-9 record tied for 3rd in the ACAC north, the women's basketball team will look to once again be a contender this coming season. Thunder Athletics and the women's basketball program are excited to welcome these student athletes to campus this coming fall.

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Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder Athletics

The Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder Athletics program has a proud history of excellence at the highest levels both provincially and nationally. The Thunder have been a part of the Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference (ACAC) since 1992 and have more than 200 student-athletes representing the school in the sports of badminton, basketball, cross country running, curling, golf, hockey, indoor track, soccer and volleyball. To learn more about Thunder Athletics, please visit http://www.gothunder.ca/.

For more information, please contact:

Joel Mrak, Director of Athletics & Recreation

Concordia University of Edmonton, Thunder Athletics & Recreation Department

Phone: (780) 479-9321

Email: joel.mrak@concordia.ab.ca