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Varsity Girls Hockey



Girls hockey at Stanstead College is recognized as one of the top prep school programs in North America. Five-time consecutive NAPHA champions, the team currently plays in the JWHL (finalists 2022). The team consists of actively recruited scholar-athletes and benefits from a dynamic schedule and outstanding coaching. All players graduate and move on to university. The very best move on to earn NCAA or U SPORTS commitments, with a number of players contributing to provincial and national teams. In 2021-22, the Spartans won the Female World Sports School Challenge in Winnipeg. 

2023-24 Schedule

List of 35 events.

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Girls Hockey News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Three Spartans Invited to Team Canada Camps

    Three Stanstead College Varsity Girls Hockey Spartans have been invited to National Women’s Development Team training camp and National Women’s Under-18 Team selection camp in August. 
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  • Athlete of the Week: Karel Prefontaine

    This Grade 12 athlete from Gatineau, Quebec was a force over the weekend in Washington. She led the varsity girls hockey team to 4-0 record in pool play at the JWHL Challenge Cup. Her big contribution came in their game against NAHA where she found the back of the net twice. The team competed with just 12 or 9 players, and Karel dominated play in almost every shift she played. Athlete of the week, from Varsity Girls Hockey, Karel Prefontaine.
  • Athletes of the Week: Alexia Aubin & Arianne Leblanc

    On December 30, 2022, two of our Spartans traveled overseas to compete in the U18 Women’s Hockey World Championship in Ostersund, Sweden as proud members of Team Canada. Sixteen days later, after an experience of a lifetime shared with new teammates and their traveling families, these two Spartans were gold medal winners and U18 world champions. Congratulations to Grade 12 student-athlete Arianne Leblanc, who notably earned a game-winning shutout vs Finland in Game 1 of the tournament. And congratulations to Grade 11 student-athlete Alexia Aubin, who notably scored two goals in the championship game over host team Sweden. Felicitations les filles!
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Coaches 2023-24

Bernie Pimm, head coach

Martin Labonté, assistant coach

Shannon Pimm, assistant coach