2017 CCAA Women’s Golf All-Canadians

2017 CCAA Women’s Golf All-Canadians

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2017 CCAA Men's Golf All-Canadians.

The student-athletes, who are selected by their conference based on performance and contribution to the sport and their team, were honoured at a banquet during the 2017 PING CCAA Golf National Championships, hosted by Durham College in Oshawa, ON.

Here are the 2017 Men's Golf All-Canadians:


Emery Bardock


Hannah Dirksen


UFV Cascades


UFV Cascades

In her first season with the Cascades, Bardock was victorious in two of the PACWEST’s four tournaments en route to the conference’s individual crown. She also led UFV to a team championship. Bardock made a return to the varsity golf scene this season after suiting up for the SFU Clan several years ago. Bardock was a positive presence on the Cascades roster this season.


Dirksen won the Camosun Invitational on her way to a second-place overall finish in the PACWEST women’s individual standings. She also captained the Cascades to a dominating team conference title. Dirksen is now a three-time CCAA All-Canadian. The four-year veteran at UFV sets a tremendous example to her teammates with her work ethic.


Shaye Leidenius


Elizabeth Stewart


Red Deer Queens


MacEwan Griffins

Leidenius captured the individual title at the ACAC Championships and was also victorious at the South Regionals event. The Queens co-captain led Red Deer to a bronze medal at the conference championships. Leidenius is a team player who leads by example. She is an intense competitor but has a high level of integrity, honesty and fair play morals.


Stewart led the Griffins to a team title at the ACAC Championships. MacEwan captured four ACAC team banners in her five seasons with the institution. Stewart was victorious at the South Regional event with the lowest round in Griffins history (74). The team captain is now a two-time CCAA All-Canadian. Stewart is a vocal leader on and off the course and is a great mentor to the younger student-athletes.


Sheila McKeen


Emilie Tyndall


Humber Hawks


Georgian Grizzlies

McKeen captured team gold and individual silver at the OCAA Championships. The fourth-year player has been one of the most consistent golfers in Humber history, contributing individual podium finishes and having her scores count in numerous team successes, including team gold in 2015 at CCAA Nationals and silver last year. McKeen has the respect of all coaches, teammates and opposition she meets.


Tyndall fired a hole-in-one in the second round of the OCAA Championships en route to the individual gold medal. In her fifth and final year, she led Georgian to team victories at the Fanshawe, Lakehead and Niagara Invitationals. Tyndall, now a two-time CCAA All-Canadian, is the definition of what a varsity student-athlete should be. Her sportsmanship, dedication and positive attitude are unmatched.


Sarah-Eve Rheaume


Audrey Côte


St. Lawrence Lions


St. Lawrence Lions

The Lions rookie was the RSEQ individual champion with a five-round average score of 72. She also led Champlain St. Lawrence to the team title in the conference. Rheaume finished third at the Quebec Provincial Junior Championship and was a member of the gold-medal winning team at the Canada Games. Her calm attitude and personal drive are her biggest attributes.


Côte finished fifth in the RSEQ individual standings and paced the Lions to the team title in Quebec. The third-year player fired a season best 74 on Day 1 at the conference championships. Côte’s easygoing attitude was a key component to Champlain St. Lawrence’s success this year. Her positivity is contagious and helps her teammates during difficult times.


Darcy Fuller


Daria Leidenius


UNB Varsity Reds


Holland Hurricanes

Fuller was the individual runner up at all three ACAA events, including the conference championship. The first female member of the Varsity Reds program, she continues to develop each season. Fuller has a positive attitude and a strong desire to compete. She brings an infectious enthusiasm to the team, always encouraging her teammates.


In her second season with the Hurricanes, Leidenius captured the individual title at the ACAA Championships for her fifth career win. She led Holland to a team conference title as a rookie in 2016. Leidenius’ biggest attribute is her drive to always improve. She approaches her game like a tour pro in her practice methods as she strives to take her game to the next level.