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Sponsored Athletes

Just Field Hockey are proud to sponsor local league organisations, local clubs and the following players.

David Carter

Playing Experience: Current goalkeeper for the Canadian Men’s National Team (96 Caps), Rio Olympic Games (2016), FIH World Cup (2010), Commonwealth Games (2010, 2014), Pan-American Games Silver (2010), Pan-American Cup Gold (2009), BC Provincial Player, UBC Varsity Athlete

Kaitlyn Williams

Kaitlyn Williams, or Rocky has she’s known to her teammates, has been a staple between the pipes for the Women’s National Team since making her debut in 2011.

Later that year she was part of the Canadian team that just missed the podium at the Pan Am Games in Guadalajara. In 2013 she helped Canada win bronze at the Pan American Cup and then competed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

In 2015 she was part of the Canadian team that won bronze at the 2015 Pan American Game in Toronto Ontario, the first time since 1999 the Canadian women took home a medal at the event. Also in 2015, she won goalkeeper of the tournament at World League round 2 in Ireland.

While playing for the University of Victoria, Williams won the 2007 Joyce Slipp Award as CIS Rookie of the Year for women’s field hockey. She was then part of the Vikes national title run in 2008. In 2011 she was named Canada West Goalkeeper of the year.

  • Began playing in 2003 for the Surrey Sharks Field Hockey Club
  • Currently has 149 caps
  • Placed 4th at the Pan American Cup in 2017
  • Field Hockey BC Senior Player of the Year award winner 2017
  • Placed 5th at the Commonwealth Games in 2018
  • Placed 2nd at the Pan American Games in 2019
  • -Currently plays in Belgium for the Royal Victory Hockey Club
  • -Uses hi rebound plus kickers and hi rebound legguards

Steph Gardiner

Steph has been sponsored by Just Field Hockey since 2012. She attended and represented the University of Maine (2008 - 2012). Former player for the Canadian women's national team. Steph currently coaches with the Polar Bears and Crofton House School while also competing with the Vancouver Hawks on the women's premier league team.