2019 CCAA Women’s Basketball All-Canadians

2019 CCAA Women’s Basketball All-Canadians

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association is proud to announce the 2019 CCAA Women’s Basketball 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 2019 CCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship, hosted by Cégep de Sainte-Foy in Sainte-Foy, QC.

Here are the 2019 CCAA Women’s Basketball All-Canadians:

Rachel Beauchamp

 

Amber Lease

 

Douglas Royals

 

VIU Mariners

Beauchamp led the PACWEST with 19.3 points per game and 13.1 rebounds per game. The PACWEST Player of the Year is now a three-time CCAA All-Canadian. Beauchamp, a fifth-year forward, epitomizes the true meaning of student-athlete. She is a past recipient of the CCAA Academic All-Canadian and CCAA National Scholar awards. In addition to her impact on the court and in the classroom, Beauchamp continues to give back on campus and in the community with several volunteer initiatives.

 

Lease led the Mariners to a 17-1 record and first-place finish in the PACWEST. The third-year guard ranked first in the conference with 79 assists and second with 37 steals. Lease has a passion and a level of compete that are second to none. She is relentless in every facet of the game and is able to play at a fast pace, yet with a sense of calmness. Defensively, Lease creates havoc and she is also an excellent passer and shooter.



Brittney Thibeaux

 

Jessica Haenni

 

Olds Broncos

 

Augustana Vikings

Thibeaux led the ACAC with 27.2 points per game and also ranked third in the conference with 205 rebounds. The ACAC Player of the Year led the Broncos to a 17-4 record and second-place finish in the ACAC South Division. Thibeaux, a fourth-year forward, became the fastest player in ACAC history to reach 1,000 career points in. Since her arrival at Olds, Thibeaux has been an inspirational force. The co-captain’s play drives the Broncos at both ends of the court.

 

Haenni was second in the ACAC North Division with 14.7 points per game and ranked among the conference leaders with 70 assists. The second-year point guard led the Vikings to a 15-9 record and tie for third place in the division. Haenni is always the first in the gym and the last player shooting when it’s time to leave. She is a former Basketball Alberta athlete who leads her team with an insatiable love for the game and thirst to improve.


Chuot Angou

 

Rita Sibo

 

Fanshawe Falcons

 

Algonquin Thunder

Angou led the Falcons to a 19-1 record and first-place finish in the OCAA West Division. The fourth-year guard was named the OCAA Player of the Year. Angou led the conference with 31.4 points per 40 minutes. She is an elite athlete who is a student of the game and knows what it takes to win. Angou is an intense competitor but she is willing to sacrifice her own personal success for that of the team which immensely reflects her character and team-first mentality.

 

Sibo led the Thunder to a first-place finish in the OCAA East Division with a 15-2 record. In her first season at Algonquin, the third-year point guard led the Thunder with 14.1 points per game, 4.3 assists per game and 2.9 steals per game. Sibo led all OCAA players with an impressive three-point shooting percentage of 41.8. Her leadership helped propel a young Thunder team up the standings.


Donna Ophombo
Ntambue

 

Roxane
Makolo

 

Nomades de Montmorency

 

Dawson Blues

Ntambue became the first female player ever to earn RSEQ Rookie, Defensive and Player of the Year honours in the same season. The first-year forward led the conference with 16.7 points per game and 3.3 steals per game and averaged 9.5 rebounds per game. Ntambue led the Nomades to an 11-3 record and third-place finish in the competitive RSEQ. Her consistency both offensively and defensively combined with her ability to put tons of pressure in the transition game make her a very dangerous player anywhere on the court.

 

Makolo led the Blues to a 12-2 record and tie for first place in the RSEQ. The two-time CCAA All-Canadian was among the conference Top 5 leaders with 14 points per game, 8.4 rebounds per game and 3.4 assists per game. Makolo’s ability to see the court and recognize situations places her in a position to excel. The second-year point guard knows when to step up and how to involve her teammates in giving the team the best opportunity to succeed.


Maria Carroll

 

Bridget Frazee

 

MSVU Mystics

 

St. Thomas Tommies

The ACAA Player of the Year led the Mystics to a perfect 21-0 record and first-overall finish in the conference. Carroll, a fifth-year point guard, was among ACAA leaders with 12.9 points per game, 3.3 assists per game and 2.9 steals per game. Carroll is an active leader of the Student Athletes Mental Health Initiative (SAMHI), a volunteer coach at MSVU camps and a head coach with the Nova Scotia Mercury Basketball Club, where her positive and competitive attitude are on full display when coaching.

 

Frazee led the Tommies to a second-place finish in the ACAA with a 17-4 record. The third-year guard ranked second in the conference with 15 points per game. Frazee has a quiet personality, but she has developed into a leader who uses her voice at the right times and leads by example with her work ethic. She is a very conscientious student-athlete who also works hard in the classroom and represents St. Thomas and the ACAA with integrity.