• Catriona LeMay Doan

    Catriona Le May Doan, O.C.

    Saskatoon’s Catriona LeMay Doan has been a force in women’s speed skating ever since she took up the sport at age nine. She joined the Saskatoon Lions Speed Skating Club in 1980 and was soon showing signs of greatness in Read more →

  • Iris Fletcher

    Iris Fletcher

    Iris Fletcher began speed skating in her hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba when she was eight years old. She was an outstanding skater, winning Manitoba championships in various age divisions. Fletcher moved to Regina as an adult in 1965, and became Read more →

  • Brenda Staniforth

    Brenda Staniforth

    Brenda Staniforth began her softball career in 1969 as an outfielder with the Lashburn Bluebirds. She played on teams that competed in the Canadian Softball Championships every year from 1974 to 1987. Brenda pitched and played outfield for the 1978 Read more →

  • Darlene Solie

    Darlene Solie

    Darlene Solie was born in Saskatoon, spent time in Sedley and then was raised in Regina. She played her minor softball with the St. Patrick’s Redwings, O’Neill High School, and in the Regina Northside Girls Softball League. She led her Read more →

  • Millie Warwick McAuley

    Mildred “Mille” (Warwick) McAuley

    Mildred McAuley, “Mille” was an all-around athlete as a youngster and competed in many sports. She took part successfully in track and field, softball, basketball, gymnastics, volleyball, and speed skating. Her softball skills at third base became her ticket to Read more →

  • Laura Malesh

    Laura Malesh

    Laura started her catching career with the Assiniboia Belles and the Regina Govins. In 1954, she played with the Regina Legion at the nationals and won All-American honours with a batting average of .368. Laura played in Vancouver (1956 through Read more →

  • Shirley (Shockey) Kowalski

    Although Shirley Kowalski was born in Saskatoon and raised in Vanscoy, most of her involvement in sports as a builder occurred in Regina. After establishing an outstanding record as a softball player at various levels, Shirley turned to the administrative Read more →

  • Nada Hlohovsky

    Nada Hlohovsky

    Like so many of the female softball players raised in Regina, Nada Hlohovsky began her playing career with the Regina Minor Girls Softball League.  Hlohovsky played ten years in this league and helped her teams garner three consecutive Regina City Read more →

  • Audrey (Jones) Turner

    Audrey Turner first gained recognition by winning the Saskatchewan Junior Diving title in 1937 and retained the title in 1938.  Turner went on to become the Saskatchewan Senior Champion nine times between 1939 to 1948. She also became a three-time Read more →

  • Kathleen (Rollo) Seaman

    Kathleen Seaman held the Saskatoon and provincial age group titles in diving from 1964 to 1969 (ages 13 to 18) and was open champion for the one and three-metre boards between 1967 and 1972. Between 1967 and 1972, Kathy entered Read more →

  • Muriel Coben

    Muriel Coben

    Raised on a farm at Tessier, Saskatchewan, Coben was born into a family of talented ball players. Coben started her career for the Tessier Millionaires in 1936 and had a successful season as they went undefeated. From 1938 to 1945, Read more →

  • Muriel (Armstrong) Youngson

    Muriel Youngson joined the Caledonian Ladies Curling Club in 1931.  In both 1943 and 1945, she won the Grand Aggregate in the Regina Ladies Bonspiel. Youngson was elected president of the Caledonian Ladies Curling Club in 1945, 1946, and 1947, Read more →

  • Eva (Robert) Kerr

    In 1973, Eva Kerr skipped the Saskatchewan ladies’ team at the first Canadian Senior Ladies Curling Championship in Ottawa, placing third.  Eva was a charter member of the Regina Ladies Curling Club (RLCC), serving as president from 1959 to 1960.  Read more →

  • Lofstrom Karin

    Karin Lofstrom

    Photo Credit: Marie – Chantale Ledoux Karin Lofstrom competed nationally in both field hockey and ice hockey while she was a student at the University of Saskatchewan, but it was the example set by then-faculty member Pat Lawson that would Read more →

  • Lawson Patricia

    Patricia “Pat” Lawson

    Pat Lawson won provincial open titles in tennis, track and field, speed skating, swimming, and basketball. Pat went on to win national championships in two sports, speed skating and basketball. In speed skating, she was Canadian intermediate and senior champions Read more →