Excellence in Academics, Athletics and Community Service







Sixteen players from the 2018/2019 University Ringette Team were awarded $45,000 in Ringette Scholarships from sources noted below. These young women demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and excellence in ringette, as well as making significant contributions to various community service programs.

The University Ringette Team places a very strong emphasis on academic achievement and, as such, a variety of steps are taken to assist players in achieving strong academic performance. During the 2018/2019 season, a total of fourteen Academic All Canadians (GPA 3.2 or higher) were members of the University Ringette Team. The combined academic average of the 2018/2019 scholarship recipients referred to above was an astonishing GPA of 3.6!

No longer does ringette have to stop after high school. University Ringette offers young women a chance to continue playing at a competitive level with opportunities at an extensive array of post-secondary ringette scholarships.

The University Ringette Team expresses its deepest appreciation to the following sponsors for their ongoing support of the Team's scholarship program.

  • Altex Industries Ltd.
  • Blackstone Solid Solutions Ltd.
  • Dittrich Machine Services Ltd.
  • Friends of Ringette Society
  • Jim Orser
  • Jim & Sandra Mones
  • J.K. McKenzie Holdings Ltd.
  • KBH Chartered Accountants
  • Key K2 BOP Inc.
  • MFP Mohawk Fuel Products Ltd.
  • Robin Serson
  • Stawnichy's Holdings Ltd.
  • Tod Beaulne Professional Corporation
  • Ted & Grace Telicki
  • Tri-Service Oilfield Manufacturing Ltd.
  • Wally Kuchar Foundation
  • Wasnea Development Corporation Ltd.
  • Wildrose Animal Clinic Ltd.
  • Gerry and Sharon Yuen


The Agnes Jacks Scholarships are named in honour of Mrs. Agnes Jacks who, following the untimely passing of her husband Mr. Sam Jacks (ringette's founder), picked up the gauntlet and became a dedicated and tireless promoter of the sport. Mrs. Jacks was a well known and well loved figure in the ringette community and over the years became known across Canada as ringette's "goodwill ambassador".

Sponsored by Ringette Canada, this program provides a number of $1,000 scholarships toward post-secondary education for ringette players, coaches and officials who demonstrate a strong commitment to the sport of ringette. The number of scholarships offered each year is determined by Ringette Canada's Board of Directors.


The Cara Brown Scholarship, which recognizes and rewards combined performance in ringette and scholastics, is awarded to registered ringette players who are actively playing ringette at the elite level, who are entering a Canadian university on a full-time basis for the first time, and who combine academic excellence with a strong commitment to the sport of ringette. Two annual scholarships of $1,000 each are provided.


The Friends of Ringette Society scholarship program supports and encourages excellence in academics and ringette by post secondary student athletes who are members of the University Ringette Team. A significant number of scholarships totaling $50,000 are available on an annual basis.


Ringette Alberta Scholarships are for post-secondary ringette players who have demonstrated strong academic performance and a commitment to the sport of ringette through active participation and involvement. Five scholarships of $1,000 are awarded annually.

A Google search of "ringette scholarships" will reveal that several other scholarships are now also available.



The University Ringette Team is comprised of student athletes attending the University of Alberta and MacEwan University. The various fields of study being pursued by these 18 players include: engineering, nursing, physiotherapy, law enforcement, education, medicine, kinesiology and veterinary medicine.


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