WATCH LIVE ONLINE: Canada Basketball and the host Basketball Saskatchewan have released the official schedule for the 2017 15U Male and Female National Championships.  The event will occur July 24-29, 2017 at the University of Regina campus and features the top players at the 15U age level in Canada.  View the full schedules and official tournament websites at...

15U Female
2Katrina RoganFwd5' 11"Winnipeg159Henry G Izatt Middle School
3Macaila RussellFwd5' 10"Winnipeg159Miles Macdonell Collegiate
4Maltha UwambajimanaGuard5' 5"Winnipeg149Acadia Junior High
5Treyah PaquetteGuard5' 3"Winnipeg127École Lacerte
6Bethany BalaktsisFwd5' 8"Winnipeg149Sargent Park School
7Alycia SosnowskiFwd5' 9"Winnipeg149St. Maurice School
8Aira AbelloGuard5' 6"Winnipeg149Andrew Mynarski School
9Catherine MarquezGuard5' 6"Winnipeg159Oak Park High School
10Alyssa PorcoFwd5' 11"East St Paul138Robert Andrews School
11Izabella MarquezGuard5' 10"Winnipeg149Grant Park High School
12Abby SmithFwd6' 1"Winnipeg149Dakota Collegiate
13Emily MandaminFwd5' 10"Winnipeg149Dakota Collegiate
PPElizabeth DueckFwd5' 11"Winnipeg148École Marie Anne Gaboury
PPMadan FrolekFwd6' 0"Winnipeg159Miles Macdonell Collegiate
HCDarren SampsonHeadWinnipeg
ACJodi SampsonAsstWinnipeg
ACStephen RalkoAsstWinnipeg

15U Male
2Samuel JensenGuard6' 2"Headingley149Sturgeon Heights Collegiate
3Hubert SindikubwaboGuard5' 9"Winnipeg159St. Paul's High School
4Dorien PeiluckGuard5' 10"Winnipeg149Sisler High School
5Kyshawn RamnauthGuard5' 11"Winnipeg149John Taylor Collegiate
6Mason KrausGuard6' 0"Niverville159Sturgeon Heights Collegiate
7Simon HildebrandtGuard6' 4"Winnipeg148Mennonite Brethren Collegiate
8David MutabaziGuard6' 2"Winnipeg159Acadia Junior High
9Daren WattsFwd6' 2"Winnipeg148Munroe Junior High
10Ose IzokunFwd6' 6"Winnipeg1510Vincent Massey Collegiate
11Emmanuel UgbahGuard6' 3"Winnipeg149Elmwood High School
12Lota OfforFwd6' 6"Winnipeg148École George-McDowell
14Jonam KazadiFwd6' 6"Winnipeg149St. Paul's High School
PPColin SalzenFwd6' 8"Winnipeg159Henry G. Izatt School
PPJames RaeGuard6' 1"Winnipeg148École George-McDowell
PPMatthew ForemanFwd6' 5"East Selkirk148East Selkirk Middle School
HCJon GiesbrechtHeadWinnipeg
ACZach GiesbrechtAsstWinnipeg
ACMike IwanchukAsstWinnipeg
ACRobel FeshasionAsstWinnipeg


TORONTO, ON (July 22, 2017) – The 2017 15U Boy’s and Girl's National Championships will be held at the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan from July 24-29. The event is presented by Basketball Saskatchewan, in collaboration with Canada Basketball and the Local Organizing Committee.

At last year’s National Championships, Quebec defeated British Columbia, 61-48, in the 15U Girl’s National Championship game, while Nova Scotia edged Quebec by a score of 83-77 in the 15U Boy’s finals.

The National Championships are a stepping stone to Canada’s national team program. A number of past National Championships participants have gone on to represent Canada internationally – most recently in this summer’s FIBA U19 and U16 competitions.

The 2017 U16 Women’s National Team featured 2016 National Championships MVP Donna Ntambue (QC), as well as all-stars Kenya Côté-Lysius (QC), Yvonne Ejim (AB), Makayla Ennis (ON), Merissah Russell (ON) and Deanna Tuchscherer (BC). Members of the 2017 U16 Men’s National Team included 2016 National Championships all-stars Ben Krikke (AB) and Luka Sakota (ON).

All games will be played at the University of Regina Center for Kinesiology Health and Sport (CKHS). This newly renovated facility has 3 FIBA regulation sized basketball courts with a seating capacity of 2,000 people.

Catch all the action from the 2017 15U Boy’s and Girl's National Championships streaming here.

  • Saturday/ Sunday, July 22/23
    • Team Arrivals / Official Arrivals / Team Practices / Coaches Technical Session / Player Orientations
  • Monday, July 24
    • Preliminary Games
  • Tuesday, July 25
    • Preliminary Games / National Championship Banquet
  • Wednesday, July 26
    • Playoff Games
  • Thursday, July 27
    • Playoff Games
  • Friday, July 28
    • Playoff Games / Classification Games
  • Saturday, July 29
    • Medal Games / Classification Games / Awards Presentation / Closing Ceremonies


All games will be played at the University of Regina Center for Kinesiology Health and Sport (CKHS), in Regina, Saskatchewan. This newly renovated facility has 3 FIBA regulation sized basketball courts with a seating capacity of 2000. Practices will also be held at CKHS in the former home of the Cougars Basketball team, located down the hall from the competition gyms. 
The University of Regina is located at 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, SK. The main entrance to CKHS is from Lot 14.
        Competition Gym 1 / Practice Gym                                          Competition Gym 2
                            Practice Gym


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