Six provinces and territories, 10 days, 16 sports, over 1,500 athletes, and one hometown stage: the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games are almost here! With 27 days to go, we're welcoming the 400+ athletes, coaches, managers, technicians and mission staff who will represent Team Sask in Swift Current.

Team Sask Women's Softball


  • Brooklyn Lowenberger, Melville
  • Abby Rutley, Unity
  • Brooke Bentz, Regina
  • Bryn Bohmann, Saskatoon
  • Courtney Botterill, Moose Jaw
  • Erin Kirkland, Tisdale
  • Grace Pollon, Wilcox
  • Hilary Dzioba, Regina
  • Kristen Davyduke, Saskatoon
  • Jorde Chartrand, Weyburn
  • Kailey Ledoux, Saskatoon
  • Kiana Mullner, Prince Albert
  • Leah Weinkauf, Macklin
  • Takoda Morris, Punnichy

Coaching Staff

  • Andrea Wolf, Wapella
  • Lindsay Aramenko, Saskatoon
  • Mikaila Etheredge, Regina


  • "My goal is to play hard and work hard, on and off the field, to represent my province well and contribute to my team's success at the Games. I am working towards bringing home a gold medal. Another goal I have is to continue to work towards pursuing softball at the next level, such as college/university, and to also work toward earning an opportunity to again play with Team Sask at the 2021 Canada Summer Games." Kiana Mullner
  • "My goal for the games is to play a high level of ball, and make new memories with new teammates." Abby Rutley
  • "To perform at my highest potential, to be a positive team member, and help my team to win gold." Brooklyn Lowenberger

The 2019 Western Canada Summer Games will run from August 9th - 18th, with Women's Softball taking place August 9th through 13th at the City Recreation Complex. Tickets can be purchased here. You can catch the Softball sport schedule here.