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Canada women's national softball team

Canada women's national softball team
Medal record
Competitor for  Canada
Softball at the Summer Olympics
5th 1996 Atlanta
8th 2000 Sydney
5th 2004 Athens
4th 2008 Beijing
Softball at the Summer Universiade
2007 Bangkok
ISF Women's World Championship
1978 San Salvador
2010 Caracas
Softball at the World Games
1981 Santa Clara
Softball at the Pan American Games
1983 Caracas
1987 Indianapolis
1991 Havanna
1999 Winnipeg
2003 Santo Domingo
2007 Rio de Janeiro (tie Venezuela)
2015 Toronto
Canada Cup
1996 Surrey, BC, Canada
2006 Surrey, BC, Canada
2009 Surrey, BC, Canada
World Cup of Softball
2006 Oklahoma City, OK, USA
2007 Oklahoma City, OK, USA
2009 Oklahoma City, OK, USA

Canada's Senior Women's National Softball Team is one of the top ranked softball team in the world. The team competes in ISF World Championship, World Cup and Pan-Am Games events and competed in the U.S.A.. The team has recently come in first place at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

2014 Team Members

  • Jenna Caira
  • Larissa Franklin
  • Jenny Gilbert
  • Sara Groenewegen
  • Megan Gurski
  • Victoria Hayward
  • Sara Hopwood
  • Caitlin Lever
  • Karissa Hovinga
  • Joey Lye
  • Sara Plourde
  • Erika Polidori
  • Kaleigh Rafter
  • Carey-Leigh Thomas
  • Natalie Wideman
  • Megan Timpf
  • Jennifer Yee


  • Canada Senior Women's National Team
  • Canadian Olympic Committee
  • The Sports Network
  • The Star - Beijing Olympics 2008
  • CBC Olympics
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External links

  • International Softball Federation

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