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 37 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 U16 Volleyball


  • Jordyn McEachern, Regina
  • Reese Ethier, Saskatoon
  • Cassadi Klapak, Lanigan
  • Rosetta Cyr, Punnichy
  • Macy Mayerle, Saskatoon
  • Jayda Lees, Lumsden
  • Jenna Mohr, White City
  • Kali Krieger, Denzil
  • Avery Tonnies, Swift Current
  • Ava Wagner, Saskatoon
  • Montana Holmes-Belhumeur, Strasbourg
  • Madison Krieger, Lanigan
  • Abby Sauder, Swift Current
  • Elyse Allard, Fort Qu'Appelle
  • Mya Helgason, White City

Coaching Staff

  • Todd Carignan, Regina
  • Jayden Weber, Saskatoon
  • Wallace Chow, Regina


  • "I'm looking forward to watching all the different multi sport athletes in a high performance environment. Stay focused, stay healthy and keep our team goal in mind." Elyse Allard
  • "To play high competition volleyball and represent my province and all First Nations female athletes." Rosetta Cyr
  • "To be a part of a great new team and represent Saskatchewan playing a sport I love." Mya Helgason

The 2019 Western Canada Summer Games will run from August 9th - 18th, with Volleyball taking place August 14th through 18th at the Innovation Credit Union iPlex. Tickets can be purchased here. You can catch the Volleyball sport schedule here.