Basketball – Women



PhotoNbrNamePosHtHome Town
Jamie  MuhaMuha, Jamie BEACONSFIELD
Ana MendesMendes, AnaSenneville
Girlie  OwusuOwusu, Girlie
Julie  OO'Neill, Julie POINTE-CLAIRE
Kaylee  WilliamsWilliams, Kaylee VAUDREUIL-DORION
Florence  PariseauPariseau, Florence VICTORIAVILLE
Pooja  GocoolGocool, Pooja LASALLE
Sofia Lytvyn-MaleLytvyn-Male, SofiaKIRKLAND
Natasha  HuntHunt, Natasha
Makenzie  TorresTorres, Makenzie PINCOURT
Zoe  ArvanitisArvanitis, Zoe POINTE-CLAIRE
Elizabeth DonovanDonovan, ElizabethBROMONT
Sabrina  DiaboDiabo, Sabrina KAHNAWAKE
Emily DiasDias, EmilyKIRKLAND
Vanika  EdwardsEdwards, Vanika LACHINE

Schedule and Results

Please be advised we are transitioning to a new website expected to launch mid Sept. In the meantime please refer to the RSEQ link below for the most up to date schedule and results

Thank you for your patience.

League Schedule, standings and official statistics


Mike Hickey is one of the dean of Canadian coaches with over 35 years experience as a head coach at the university and collegiate level as well as nearly two decades of working with National and Provincial Team programs. . He began his coaching career in 1973 when he directed the Sir Georgian Williams University team to back-to-back appearances at the CIAU National Championships with a 56-28 overall record. With the merge of Sir George and Loyola College, he assumed the reins of the women’s team and in a14-year tenure he led the Stingers to five national appearances including two bronze medals capturing five Coach-of-the-Year selections in the process.He also spent eight years working with the Canadian National Team programs and six years as an assistant with the women’s national team including 1996 when Canada participated in the Atlanta Summer Olympics. He was with the men’s team for five years and helped Canada finish sixth in the 1982 FIBA World Championships when he served as the team’s apprentice coach to the legendary Jack Donohue. His career also included stints at Ryerson University, Bishop’s University, Champlain College (Lennoxville) and the University of Manitoba where he served as an assistant coach when the Bisons captured two consecutive national championships. In 1990 he directed the Quebec Provincial Team to a silver medal the Canadian National Championships.A strong believer in fundamentals and individual improvement Hickey has coached numerous players who have played professionally in North America and Europe and also devotes time to running basketball clinics for young players.
Click here to watch the CBC News coverage on the new Women’s Basketball Coach