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Seven Ravens set to compete at 28th Winter Universiade in Kazakhstan

Written by Carleton Sports Information

OTTAWA, ON — Seven Carleton Ravens representatives have been named to the 122-member U Sports delegation set to compete at the 28th Winter Universiade in Almaty, Kazakhstan from January 29 – February 8, 2017.

Four members of the Ravens men’s hockey team – Corey Durocher (Ottawa, ON), Michael McNamee (Perth, ON), Ryan Van Stralen (Prescott, ON) and Brett Welychka (London, ON) – along with head coach Marty Johnston, Nordic skier Carrington Pomeroy (Chelsea, QC) and Alpine skier Hannah Schmidt (Dunrobin, ON) will embark on a once-in-a-lifetime sporting experience to Central Asia to compete against the world’s top university student-athletes.

Carleton’s men’s hockey program will be well represented on the international stage, as four of its top five scorers will lead the Canadian front line on a team comprised of the top players from the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) conference. Ravens bench boss Marty Johnston, now in his seventh year as Carleton head coach and tenth year overall with the team, will serve as an assistant coach.

Nordic skier Carrington Pomeroy, who has been named an OUA All-Star in each of his first three seasons of university competition, will participate in his first Winter Universiade. Pomeroy’s success with Carleton includes three team podium finishes at the OUA Championships, including one OUA gold medal (2014-15) and two silver medals (2013-14 and 2015-16). Pomeroy also won a bronze medal with teammates Brendon Howard at last year’s Canadian College and University Nordic Championships.

Ravens Alpine skier Hannah Schmidt will take to the slopes in Almaty as she joins a talented group of Canadians looking to medal in a variety of racing events. Schmidt, the Ravens Alpine team captain, had a stellar 2015-16 season with several podium finishes on the RSEQ circuit last year, including a first-place showing at Le Relais. Schmidt won the RSEQ Newcomer of the Year along with being named a First-Team All-Star after completing the year ranked third overall in the standings.

Past Carleton Ravens representatives at FISU Games (2003 to 2015):

Three members of Carleton’s 2014 CIS gold medal winning team – (starting second from left) Lauren Horton, Lynn Kreviazuk and Jessica Armstrong – took home silver at the 2015 Winter Universiade in Granada, Spain.

27th Winter Universiade – Granada, Spain & Štrbské Pleso/Osrblie, Slovakia (February 4 – 14, 2015

Curling
Jessica Armstrong – Athlete – Silver Medal
Lauren Horton – Athlete – Silver Medal
Lynn Kreviazuk – Athlete – Silver Medal
Douglas Kreviazuk – Coach – Silver Medal

Women’s Hockey
Nadine Smith – Athletic Therapist – Silver Medal

26th Winter Universiade – Trentino, Italy (December 8 – 21, 2013)

Nordic Skiing
Peter Beisel – Athlete
Leeland Hawkings – Athlete
Kendra Murray – Athlete

25th Winter Universiade – Erzerum, Turkey (January 27 – February 6, 2011)

Women’s Hockey
Mandi Duhamel – Assistant Coach – Gold Medal

Men’s Hockey
Brandon MacLean – Athlete – Bronze Medal
Ryan Berard – Athlete – Bronze Medal

Snowboarding
Mackenzie Carter – Athlete

Cross-Country Skiing
Colin Abbott – Athlete
Adele Lay – Athlete

24th Winter Universiade – Harbin, China (February 18 – 28, 2009)

Cross-Country Skiing
Alana Thomas – Athlete

Women’s Hockey
Nadine Smith – Athletic Therapist – Gold Medal

23rd Winter Universiade – Turin, Italy (January 17 – 27, 2007)

22nd Winter Universiade – Innsbruck, Austria (January 12 – 22, 2005)

Cross-Country Skiing
Skeets Morel – Athlete

21st Winter Universiade – Tarvisio, Italy (January 16 – 26, 2003)

Cross-Country Skiing
Megan McTavish – Athlete

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