Calgary Wins WCSA Championship

Calgary is the 2022 WCSA Champion! WCSA championship weekend wrapped up on Sunday with the final set of games. In the final game, Calgary Dinos came from behind with 3 runs in the bottom of the 7th to beat UBCO 7 to 6 and win the WCSA Championship. Calgary was led by Chloe Maher and Gabriela Coderre each with 3 hits. Taylor Roeseler had a double and 3 RBIs for UBCO. Calgary was a well rested team playing their first game of the day. UBCO was playing their third game having worked their way back after their opening loss to Lethbridge on Saturday.

UBCO got to the final with a victory over Regina in the 10 a.m. game 6 to 4. Chelsea Mosher hit a 3 run home run, and Kasey Wright had 3 hits with 2 doubles. In the bronze medal game, Victoria and UBCO played a close game. The pitching was strong with Andi Zehr and Jessica Heutink for Victoria, and Taylor Roeseler for UBCO. Devon Rees had two hits for Victoria. Sheyanne Lawrence had a triple, and Taylor Roeseler had two doubles including the winning RBI. The game finished 2 to 1 for UBCO.

On the consolation side, SAIT had a great day. SAIT started the day with a 9 to 8 victory over Lethbridge. Lethbridge was led by Molly Mitchell and Megan Hunter. SAIT had contributions all over the lineup with multiple hits by Sloane Gordey, Tenaya Trowell, and Jordan Maloney. In the consolation final, SAIT beat Saskatchewan 14 to 4. Julia Lavier hit a home run for Saskatchewan. SAIT had many players with multiple hits including Emma Dousett, Kaya Knight, Tenaya Trowell, Jordin van Vlaanderen, and Jayden Segstro.

Congratulations to Calgary Dinos and UBCO Heat for qualifying for Nationals for 2023! Those two teams will be traveling to St. Clair in Windsor, ON on Thanksgiving weekend to complete for the 2022 CCSA National Championship.

Final Playoff Standings:

  1. University of Calgary – Gold medal
  2. UBC Okanagan – Silver medal
  3. University of Victoria – Bronze medal
  4. University of Regina
  5. SAIT
  6. University of Saskatchewan
  7. University of Lethbridge
University of Calgary Dinos Gold Medalists
UBC Okanagan Heat Silver Medalists
University of Victoria Vikes Bronze Medalists