Stacey played minor ball in Saskatoon with Pacific Heights but quickly started playing women’s ball as early as age 14. At a young age, like many athletes, Stacey played several different positions, but as she got older, and playing more elite ball, her focus was on the outfield position.
Attended Women’s Western Canadian Championships (Pizza Hut SR Women’s) ages 14-18
Saskatoon Lorne’s Lazers ages 19-24
Picked up by Regina Panthers for JR Nationals (Edmonton)
SR Ladies – Winnipeg Lightning (1999)
SR Ladies – DBJ Leasing (1996-1999, 2000-2001)
Club Championship Medals:
JR Women’s Gold (Regina Panthers) 1990
SR Women’s Gold (DBJ Leasing) 2000
SR Women’s Bronze (DBJ Leasing) 2001
SR Women’s Nationals Championships All-star Team Outfielder 2001
2000 Kinsmen Team of the Year Nominee (DBJ Leasing Women’s Fastball)
Played intermittently with the Women’s Canadian National Team 1994-1999.
Guatemala City, Guatemala (Bronze)Pan-Am Qualifier (1997)
Medellin, Colombia (Bronze)European Cup (Olympic Revenge) (1997)
Haarlem, NetherlandsSuperball Classic International (1997)
Canada Cup International (1997, 1998, 1999)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (University of Saskatchewan)Stacey still holds the Saskatoon High School Track and Field Senior Girls Javelin record since 1989 (one of the longest-held records) – attribute this achievement to her strong outfield arm.Welcome aboard Stacey!