Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Brandi Warner Sarnia Lady Sting Midget AA Sarnia On
Position
Primary Position Left Defense
Secondary Positions RD, LW
Athlete
PMIN MIN GS GP
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Season 2 - 11 11
offense
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Season 5 5 2
Physical Attributes
Shoots Bench Press (max)
L 130
Ice Hockey Honors

Played boys AAA for Chatham Kent Cyclones, Lambton Sting in the Alliance hockey league in Canada
Played boys AAA with Detroit Little Caesars South 2001 in the Nitro hockey league in USA
Played in prestigious Quebec International Peewee Tournament with the Detroit Little Ceasars.
Played twice in Selects European Tournaments in Helsinki, Finland and in Bolzano, Italy with West Coast Selects 2001

Ice Hockey Additional

Listed in elite prospects.com
Played for Aboriginal Team Ontario in National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Halifax, NS
Will be playing Midget AA (u19) with Sarnia Lady Sting in Stoney Creek midget AA showcase in September.

Academics


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High School
Wallaceburg District Secondary School
School City
Wallaceburg
School State
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Personal


First Name
Kaitlyn
Last Name
Isaac
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Gender
F
Height
5'4"
Weight
125
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Personal Highlights
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