June 9, 2017
Girls High School All-American powered by Atavus Selection Camp
The Girls High School All-American powered by Atavus Selection Camp will be held June 27-30 at the Grande Sports Complex in Casa Grande, Arizona. Thirty six players were invited to camp to prepare the team for the Can-Am Series July 29 to August 6 in Ottawa, Ontario.
The GHSAAs are scheduled to play against Canada Aug. 1 and 5, with the AIG Women’s Junior All-Americans also playing two matches against their under-20 Canadian counterparts.
Atavus has supported the GHSAAs to ensure equitable opportunities in rugby for young women. Atavus will continue to sponsor the team’s preparation and travel to play in elite tournaments across the U.S. and select international competitions. Four GHSAA alumnae – Kayla Canett, Lilly Durbin, Tess Feury, and Richelle Stephens – have gone on to earn senior caps for the Women’s Eagles (XVs) and Women’s Eagles Sevens teams since the program began, with more than a handful of others graduating to the WJAAs.
“This competition with Canada is an incredible opportunity for our young players,”
Girls High School All-Americans powered by Atavus – Can-Am Selection Camp
Giovanna Agliardo, Ubaida Ahmed, Cassidy Bargell, Madylyn Becker, Malery Billingy, Kate Buzby, KC Byrd, Gracie Cartwright, Naomi Colin, Alexis Costa, Jordan Cowan, Kateleen Dela Paz, Isabella Devore, Alexandra Dimarco, Morgan Freeman, Margaret Gold, Haley Harris, Fane Haungatau, Emily Henrich, Madison Jumper, Allison Koenig, Grace Martin, Sharilyf Mayer, Leilani Mendoza, Kiarah Mosley, Marjane Pasioles, Julia Riekena, Anne Rolf, Marion Sellier, Kathryn Stowers, McKenna Strong, Samantha Tancredi, Salote Tausinga, Charity Tenney, Brianna Vasquez, Elizabeth Wilson, Erin Wright
Girls High School All-Americans powered by Atavus – Coaching Staff
Farrah Douglas – Head Coach
Emilie Bydwell – Assistant Coach
Ricardo Ramirez – Assistant Coach
Craig Wilson – Video Analyst
Katherine Henry – Physiotherapist
Annemarie Farrell – Manager
Anna Kunkel – Program Manager