Senior Women (17+)

Girls/Women's Team Alberta Rosters

Senior Women's Team Alberta
Hailey Coumont
Alexis Galloway
Kaley Gilham
Saige Hall
Paige Hildebrandt
Carrie Jespersen
McKinlee Kaulbach
Kelsey Lalor
Hayley Lalor
Nicole Luchanski
Trinity Michael
Kennedy Roblin
Kaitlyn Ross
Madison Willan
Head Coach: Drew Boyer

Senior Women's Team pre-event training will take place in Spruce Grove on July 31st - August 2nd. Senior Women's National Championships are on August 3rd - 7th in Windsor, Ontario.

Senior Women's Baseball National Championship:
August 3-6, 2017
Windsor, ON

Eligible players for Senior Women's must be born in at least 2000

Congratulations to the 2014 Team Alberta Senior Women who won the Gold Medal at the Baseball Canada National Championships!

Gold Medal: Alberta 6 Ontario 2
There is a new champion at the Senior Women Invitational as Alberta knocked off two-time defending champions Ontario 6-2 to win their first ever title at the event. Melissa Armstrong (Saskatoon, SK) pitched five and two-thirds strong innings before giving way to Heather Northcott (Clive) who went the final inning and one-third to lead the westerners to victory. Alberta opened the scoring with four runs in the third highlighted by a Kelsey Lalor (Red Deer) triple with the bases loaded. Lalor came into score on a Carrie Jesperson (Spruce Grove) RBI single and Alberta did not look back en route to the gold medal. Ontario got one of the runs back in the top of the fourth, but Meagan Cornelssen’s (Grande Prairie) two run single in the bottom of the inning put the game out of reach.  Nicole Garner (Burlington) had three hits for Ontario, while Ashley Stephenson (Oakville) and Cindy Saavedra (Toronto) had two apiece.

From this tournament, Team Alberta had 6 female athletes selected to the Team Canada National Women's Team
  that will be competing in the Women's World Cup in Miyazaki, Japan later this month.  Melissa Armstrong (Saskatoon), Meagan Cornelssen (Grande Prairie), Kelsey Lalor (Red Deer), Nicole Luchanski (Edmonton), Heidi Northcott (Rocky Mountain House), and Bradi Wall (Swift Current) will all go represent Canada at the World Cup.