Updated 23 March 2024


We acknowledge the achievements of all our members


  Heather has been awarded the Brian Kilrea Lifetime Achievement Coaching Award at the Ottawa Sports Awards.
  Heather is a past head coach of both the Canadian Junior Women and the Canadian Senior Women's squash teams, including at at the 1998 Commonwealth Games and the 2004 Pan American Championships, and multiple World Championships. Locally she has been the teaching pro at  Goodlife Queensview, for over 20 years and has developed many young squash Ottawa players of note to national and international levels. An NCCP level 4 coach. She has organized over 15 international events at Queensview in addition to many national and provincial tournaments. Heather is a member of the Squash Canada Hall of Fame thanks to her stellar career as an athlete, which included winning eleven straight Canadian Championships. A Pan American gold medallist and a world championship bronze medallist, she was inducted into the Ontario Squash Hall of Fame in 2007 and was named one of Ottawa's top 100 athletes of the twentieth century.
Heather Wallace    

  Samantha will be inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame as a PLAYER.
   Between Samantha's junior and senior playing careers she won 17 provincial and 9 national singles titles, with another two hardball doubles provincial titles. Sam has also won 13 professional competitions and represented Canada on the senior national team for 11 years, bringing home the GOLD for Team Canada in the Pan American 2011 games. Samantha achieved a highest world ranking of #22
Samantha Cornett      



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