Saskatoon Valkyries

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Saskatoon Valkyries
Founded
Based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Home field Griffiths Stadium
League Canadian Football League
Division Prairie
Head coach Jeff Yausie
General manager Michelle Duchene
Grey Cup wins 2011, 2012, 2013
Colours green, white, black, and silver
                   
Website www.saskatoonvalkyries.com

The Saskatoon Valkyries are a women's football team in the Western Women's Canadian Football League competing in the Prairie Conference. Of note, the team was undefeated in its first two regular seasons and have claimed the first three WWCFL championships in league history. The current head coach is Jeff Yausie and the team manager is Michelle Duchene. Games are contested at Griffiths Stadium.

Year by year[edit]

= Indicates Division Title
= Indicates Conference Title
= Indicates League Championship
Season Record Finish Postseason
2011 4-0 First, Prairie Conference League champions, 35–7 vs. Edmonton
2012 4-0 First, Prairie Conference League champions, 64–21 vs. Lethbridge[1]
2013 3-1[2] Second, Prairie Conference League champions, 27-13 vs. Lethbridge

IFAF competitors[edit]

The following recognizes women from the Saskatoon Valkyries that competed in the IFAF Women's World Football Championships

2010[edit]

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2013[edit]

  • Jessie Buydens
  • Julie David
  • Marci Kiselyk
  • Jamie Lammerding
  • Darla Lee-Walde
  • Julie Paetsch
  • Carisa Polischuk
  • Elizabeth Thomson
  • Beth Thompson
  • Kendra Wilson[4]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Julie Paetsch, Most Outstanding Offensive Player, 2011 WWCFL title game

References[edit]