SHC Announces U15 Female Team

May. 30, 2022

SHC Announces U15 Female Team - Sturgeon Fillies

The Sturgeon Hockey Club (SHC)  is pleased to announce the addition of a new U15 female hockey team for the upcoming 2022-23 season.

“We have been working hard to be able to provide the first ever female hockey team in Sturgeon Hockey Club by starting with a team at the U15 level with intentions of growing a female division within our club and teams at each age group,” said Jennifer Lockridge, SHC Coaches Director and U15 Sturgeon Fillies Head Coach. As a coach, I want to provide ample opportunity for skill development and all girls camps at a lower cost in a fun, positive atmosphere.” 

Currently the only options available for female hockey players in Sturgeon Hockey Club is to play on co-ed teams or travel to St. Albert or Fort Saskatchewan. SHC has received great support from smaller neighbouring hockey clubs in the region, such as CNN, CR, Westlock and Barrhead. All of these clubs have expressed that they share the same goal which is to keep girls in the sport by building a female hockey program in our community.

SHC hopes this will give female hockey players more options with less travel to play the sport they love with other girls.  “I wish there was something like this in the community for me when I was younger,” said Natalie Kieser, U of A Pandas female hockey player. 

SHC wants to get the word out about the all female U15 team to Morinville families and surrounding communities. Registration for the 2022-23 season opens June 1, 2022. Female players can register online.


For more information contact:

Jennifer Lockridge

Coaches Director

Sturgeon Hockey Club



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