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ACAA Female Athletes of the Year 2016-17

ACAA Female Athletes of the Year  2016-17

Crandall University
Madison McHatten

A 2 sport athlete who won Women’s Basketball MVP honors and a Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Year award is a 3rd year player from Woodstock, NB


Holland College
Briar Roberts

A third year midfielder from Kinkora, PE, led the ‘Canes to their fourth ACAA soccer championship and first since 2013. The ‘Canes would go on to nationals and finish in eighth place. Roberts led the conference in scoring this year; she was also named the ‘Canes women’s soccer most valuable player.


Mount Saint Vincent University
Christina Day

An outstanding student athlete who has given 5 years of varsity volleyball to the Mount. She was a captain, 1st team ACAA All-Conference,  ACAA Women’s Volleyball Player of the Year, CCAA All Canadian and dedicated student athlete.  She played her best matches at the CCAA nationals boasting 41 kills in 3 matches. She was named to the 2nd team All Star team at CCAA nationals.


Mount Allison University
Kiersten Mangold

Mangold ranked third in the ACAA with 14.2 points per game and 9.2 rebounds per game. She was also second in the conference in blocks per game. The second-year forward led Mount Allison to an 11-7 record and a third-place finish in the ACAA. Mangold is described by her coach as having a tremendous work ethic, drive, and humility. She has emerged as an important on-court leader and wonderful teammate. She is a strong student who epitomizes “Mountie Pride.”



University of King’s College
Candace Reynolds

Reynolds comes from Sydney, Nova Scotia and had her best year, being named to the ACAA First All-Star team and finishing second in the ACAA Women’s Basketball scoring race.


University of Sainte Anne
Jolyane Chamberlain

A 3rd year setter from Petit-Rocher, NB, who was named on the 2nd Team All-Conference. Her great skills and contagious work ethic helped the Dragons to qualify for the ACAA playoffs.


**Saint Thomas University and University of New Brunswick Saint John awarded Female Athletes from the AUS.