[Ed. Note: Stephanie Sluys is a former Renison resident and star goaltender for the Waterloo Warriors Women's ice hockey team]
From an article by University of Waterloo Athletics (click for original)
Two former OUA rookies of the year will be joining the 2012 OUA coach of the year Shaun Reagan at Hockey Canada's Development Camp. Rachel Marriott (Waterloo) and Stephanie Sluys (Clinton) who were named the OUA's top rookies in 2014 and 2015 respectively will attend the development camp in Calgary taking place from August 5-14.
The event, which will include a CIS team, serves as a tune-up for Canada's best university players looking to cement their spots for the Canadian women's hockey roster at the 2017 Winter Universiade in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The CIS squad will play four games twice against Canada's Women' Development Program, and a pair of contests against Team Sweden.
The players will also be eligible to be selected for Canada's Women's Development Team's three-game exhibition series against the United States, August 17-20 in Calgary.
"Rachel and Stephanie join Shaun in Calgary with an opportunity to gain valuable experience both on and off the ice with the best female hockey players in the nation," said director of athletics and recreation, Roly Webster. "They have worked extremely hard to be the best in their sport and I know they will make the most of this opportunity and be a positive reflection on the Warrior hockey program."
Hockey Canada extended the invitation to CIS women's hockey giving the student-athletes a rare opportunity to be evaluated against many of the best in the country. The 12 days will also allow Reagan and the rest of the team Canada coaching staff to select a team that will be represent our country at the 2017 World University Games.
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