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Sara Kovac

Sara Kovac

Sara Kovac led the Loyola Marymont Lions of the NCAA in kills in the 2018-19 season with 448, helping them to the second round of the NCAA tournament

Megan Cyr

Megan Cyr

Megan Cyr helped Canada win bronze at the 2018 Pan American Cup, the team’s first medal at the tournament since 2002

Adam Zaruba

Adam Zaruba

Adam Zaruba is a powerhouse on the pitch, with size and speed that make him a lethal scoring machine.

Brennig Prevost

Brennig Prevost

Brennig Prevost was a 2017-18 Canadian University All-Star and silver medallist and 2018-19 bronze medallist with the University of Victoria.

Josiah Morra

Josiah Morra

Josiah Morra made his international debut for Canada an 18-year-old at the World Rugby Sevens Series in Cape Town in 2016.

Luke McCloskey

Luke McCloskey

Luke McCloskey made his senior national team debut at the World Rugby Sevens Series leg in Wellington, New Zealand in 2016.

Cooper Coats

Cooper Coats

Cooper Coats represented Canada at the Rugby Americas North Sevens tournament in Georgetown, Cayman Islands in July 2019, helping Canada clinch their first ever men’s sevens Olympic berth for Tokyo 2020.

Phil Berna

Phil Berna

Phil Berna brings a contagious energy to the Canadian squad with pace to spare. Berna’s long strides make him a weapon on the wing, making defenders pay with one wrong move.

Temitope Ogunjimi

Temitope Ogunjimi

Temitope Ogunjimi is an accomplished multi-sport athlete who first found success for Canada as a wrestler, winning gold at the 2014 Junior Pan American Championships and competing as recently as the 2018 Pan American Championships.

Breanne Nicholas

Breanne Nicholas

Breanne Nicholas has been a strong asset to Canada’s national women’s sevens team since making the roster for the 2017 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series.

Kaili Lukan

Kaili Lukan

Kaili Lukan’s rugby path mirrors that of her older sister Megan, as she crossed over from playing NCAA basketball to suit up for Team Canada on the pitch.

Tausani Levale

Tausani Levale

Heading into the 2019 Pan Am Games, Tausani Levale has two caps for Canada’s national women’s 15s team and two caps for Canada’s national women’s sevens team in her career.

Asia Hogan-Rochester

Asia Hogan-Rochester

Asia Hogan got her start in rugby at 17 and the 2019 Pan Am Games marks the first time she will play at the national level with Canada’s women’s sevens senior squad.

Caroline Crossley

Caroline Crossley

Caroline Crossley has been a standout since joining the senior women’s national sevens squad, participating in the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco.

Emma Chown

Emma Chown

Emma Chown has been a key member of Team Canada after capturing a gold medal at the Kitakyushu Sevens in 2019 and qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Biarritz Sevens later that season.