2013-2014 Women’s Basketball Roster

WBB Team Photo 2013-14

Women’s Varsity Basketball

Back Row (L to R): Jaslyen Singh, Chloe Chapman, Kendra Arnold, Hailey Kendall, Kaitlyn McDonald, Courtney Bartel, Aieisha Luyken, Tessa Hart, Celeste Dyck, Sara Kurath

Front Row (L to R): Shayna Litman, Nataliia Gavryliuk, Kaitlyn Brink, Sarah Wierks, Samantha Kurath, Kayli Sartori, Nicole Wierks

The UFV Cascades Women’s Basketball team compete in Canada West www.canadawest.org and CIS www.cis-sic.ca. The Basketball season runs from September to March. The team play its home games in the Envision Athletic Centre.

1Nataliia GavryliukForward5-112General Studies2Kiev, UkraineOdessa College
2Kendra ArnoldGuard5-61General Studies2Abbotsford, BCUniversity of Victoria
3Aieisha LuykenGuard5-85Bachelor of Kinesiology4Mission, BCMission Secondary
4Courtney BartelGuard5-95Bachelor of Kinesiology4Chilliwack, BCChilliwack Secondary
5Sarah WierksForward6-24Bachelor of Kinesiology4Chilliwack, BCChilliwack Secondary
6Kaitlyn McDonaldGurad5-91Bachelor of Kinesiology1Chilliwack, BCGW Graham Secondary
7Kayli SartoriForward6-03General Studies3Chilliwack, BCMJ Mouat Secondary
8Shayna LitmanForward5-112Business2Coquitlam, BCCentennial
9Tessa HartGuard5-84Bachelor of Arts4Mission, BCMission Secondary
10Nicole WierksForward5-105Bachelor of Science3Chilliwack, BCChilliwack Secondary
11Celeste DyckGuard5-64Business4Abbotsford, BCYale Secondary
12Kaitlyn BrinkForward6-12Bachelor of Arts1Abbotsford, BCMJ Mouat Secondary
14Hailey KendallGuard5-81General Studies1Abbotsford, BCYale Secondary
15Samantha KurathForward6-25General Studies3Abbotsford, BCWJ Mouat Secondary
RSJaslyen SinghGuard5-63Bachelor of Science3Abbotsford, BCWJ Mouat Secondary
RSSara KurathForward5-111General Studies2Abbotsford, BCKwantlen Polytechnic University

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