2022 Team Alberta


Every summer, Team Alberta unifies players from all over our province under one banner to represent Alberta, creating a lifetime of memories as they partake at elite events hosted in locations from B.C. to Atlantic Canada. Team Alberta has a proud history, winning numerous medals over the years, and its alumni have gone on to excel at the highest levels of the hoops, from post-secondary to professional and even the Olympic Games. Our provincial team program’s goal is to identify athletes who have the potential to develop and reach the next levels in our sport. This may include attending post-secondary programs, National Team programs and professional leagues.

 Age Categories

Tryouts

Upcoming Competitions

Previous Results

 

2022 Age Categories

  • 15U 2007-2008
  • 17U 2005-2006
  • 18U 2004 or later

 

Coaching Staff

18U Boys

HC - Reagan Wood

AC - Shayne Midford

AC - Brandon Brock

18U Girls

HC - Robyn Fleckenstein

AC - Isabel Ormond

AC - Lauren Green

17U Boys

HC - Mike Myers

AC - Pat Boulin

AC - Jay Tomlinson

17U Girls

HC - Fatih Akser

AC - Todd Warnick

AC - Samantha Ringuette

15U Boys

HC - Neil Nystrom

AC - Mat Hale

AC - Nathan Kravetsky

15U Girls

HC - Sarah Neufeld

AC - Mary St.Amand

 

Tryouts 

18U - 15U Men's

18U - 15U Women's

January 16th, 2022

Open ID

January 9th, 2022

Open ID

January 23rd, 2022

Assessment

January 16th, 2022

Assessment

March 26th & 27th, 2022

Final Selection

April 2nd & 3rd, 2022

Final Selection

 

Times and Locations will be announced soon.

 

Upcoming Competitions:

2022 15U & 17U Men's and Women's National Championships

 

2022 Canada Summer Games

Held once every two years, alternating between winter and summer, the Canada Games represent the highest level of national competition for up and coming Canadian athletes. The Games have been hosted in every province at least once since their inception in Quebec City during Canada’s Centennial in 1967

The 2022 Canada Summer Games will be held in the Niagara Region of Ontario. More information can be found at CanadaGames.ca

The 2022 Canada Games Technical Package has been release!

 

Previous Results:

Canada Basketball National Championships

Year

15U Men's

15U Women's

17U Men's

17U Women's

  Location Result Location Result Location Result Location Result
2002 Lethbridge 2nd Fredricton 1st Lethbridge 4th Fredericton 5th
2003 Halifax 6th Halifax 2nd Halifax 2nd Halifax 2nd
2004 Halifax 5th Halifax 4th Halifax 4th Halifax 2nd
2005 Calgary 3rd Calgary 4th Canada Summer Games
2006 Vancouver 2nd Sherbrooke 2nd Vancouver 6th Sherbrooke 3rd
2007 Sherbrooke 9th Vancouver 2nd Sherbrooke 1st Vancouver 2nd
2008 Kamloops 5th Kamloops 6th Kamloops 2nd Kamloops 2nd
2009 Kamloops 3rd Kamloops 3rd Canada Summer Games
2010 Winnipeg 5th Toronto 4th Winnipeg 5th Toronto 5th
2011 Toronto 5th Winnipeg 4th Toronto 4th Winnipeg 6th
2012 Sherbrooke 6th Fredricton 8th Sherbrooke 5th Fredricton 7th
2013 St. John’s 4th St. John’s 9th Canada Summer Games
2014 Edmonton 5th Edmonton 5th Edmonton 9th Edmonton 3rd
2015 Halifax 6th Edmonton 5th Halifax 8th Edmonton 5th
2016 Winnipeg 6th Regina 5th Winnipeg 7th Regina 5th
2017 Regina 4th Regina 5th Canada Summer Games
2018 Kamloops 4th Fredericton 7th Kamloops 5th Fredericton 4th
2019 Fredericton 3rd Victoria 5th Fredericton 6th Victoria 2nd


Canada Games 

Year

Event

Location

Female Results

Male Results

1975 Canada Winter Games Lethbridge 5th 6th
1979 Canada Winter Games Brandon 10th  
1981 Canada Summer Games Thunder Bay   3rd
1983 Canada Winter Games Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean 5th 9th
1985 Canada Summer Games Saint John 4th  
1987 Canada Winter Games Cape Breton 5th 9th
1989 Canada Summer Games Saskatoon 7th 5th
1993 Canada Summer Games Kamloops 7th 6th
1997 Canada Summer Games Brandon 3rd 4th
2001 Canada Summer Games London 5th 3rd
2005 Canada Summer Games Regina 2nd 9th
2009 Canada Summer Games Prince Edward Island 1st 8th
2013 Canada Summer Games Sherbrooke 4th 10th
2017 Canada Summer Games Winnipeg 4th 2nd

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