Lacrosse Canada announces roster for upcoming Women's World Super Sixes Event

Lacrosse Canada is pleased to announce the roster for the upcoming 2023 World Lacrosse Women's Super Sixes event. The event will take place in Oshawa, Ontario, from October 6-8. 


The event grows this season, going from three nations to six. The six attending nations will be Canada, USA, Haudenosaunee, India, Kenya, and Haiti. 


With the inclusion of United States this year, it will be the first time since the 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Alabama that Canada and USA will go head to head. It is a highly anticipated rematch after both teams put on a show in the finals last year, with Canada ultimately coming out on top 14-12. Expect another high speed, high intensity game when these two nations meet again. 


Canada's roster has women from all across the country. Many of these girls are familiar with representing their country. Star athletes like Dana Dobbie, Brooklyn Walker-Welch, Megan Kinna, and goaltender Lauren Spence, all return to represent Canada, along with many others.


Along with the team, we are also announcing the coaching staff for the event. The coaches and roster are included below. 

Coaching Staff

Shawn Williams, Head Coach, Toronto, Ont.

Currently the head coach and general manager of the NLL’s newest franchise, the Las Vegas Desert Dogs, Williams has a long and storied career in lacrosse, and with Team Canada. The head coach of the 2022 Minto Cup champion Whitby Warriors, he was inducted into the NLL Hall of Fame as a first-ballot nominee in 2021. He was a member of the 2006 men’s championship field national team that captured gold, and his other accolades include being a 2x NLL champion, 2x Mann Cup champion, MLL Champion, and 6x NLL All-Star.


Jessica Markew, Oshawa, Ont.

Markew had a national team career that spanned over a decade, including playing in the 1999, 2001, 2005, and 2009 world championships, and being the assistant manager of the 2013 team. A graduate of James Madison University (2005), she was team captain and finalist for female athlete of the year. Markew has remained heavily involved in lacrosse, coaching all levels of field lacrosse from youth to elite for over 20 years, and development of the grassroots level of box lacrosse.


Katie Ranger (née Guy), Whitby, Ont.

Katie Ranger was an athlete in the women’s national team program for over 13 years and an assistant coach for the 2019 FIL U-19 Women’s Field Lacrosse World Championships.  On the field, she was named to the All-World Team at the 2013 FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Championship as a defender and was co-captain of the senior women’s team during their 2017 campaign. While playing at Penn State University, Ranger was the team’s captain and ranked in the top-25 in NCAA Division I for ground balls and caused turnovers. Ranger is also a national-level referee in women’s field lacrosse.


Ashley Bull, Langley, BC

Bull was a member of Team Canada’s 2011 U-19 bronze medal team, and would go on to coach the 2013 and 2015 Team BC junior female box lacrosse teams to national championship gold medals. A graduate of Canisius College, she was a 4x Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) champion, 3x First Team All-MAAC, and 2014 MAAC defensive player of the year. She has coached Team BC field lacrosse since 2013, and was named head coach of the female program in 2021. Bull was the head coach of the first-ever female BC box lacrosse team to compete in the Canada Summer Games, where they would finish with a silver medal. She is currently the associate head coach of the Team BC women’s field lacrosse senior team.


Tami Rayner, General Manager, Oshawa, Ont.

Tami Rayner, having coached both the Senior and U-19 teams previously has now stepped into the new role of General Manager. Rayner has coached women’s national teams to bronze, silver and gold medals and now brings her leadership in a new role. An alumna of the program, she has competed in both world championships and world cups representing Canada five times as a player. A long-time head coach with the U-19 Team Ontario women's field program and also newly named GM of the 2024 Women's Box Team, Rayner holds bachelor's degrees in psychology and elementary education, as well as a master's in educational leadership.




Local Organization/Province




Orillia Lady Kings Ontario




Clarington and Whitby Minor lacrosse Ontario

University of North Carolina



Peterborough Minor Lacrosse/Kawartha Womens Lacrosse Ontario




Maple Ridge Burrards British Columbia

Northwestern University



Kawartha Womens Lacrosse Club Ontario

Canisius College



Lady Blue Knights Ontario

Umass Amherst



Mission Minor Lacrosse British Columbia

University of Oregon/University of Albany



Fergus and Orangeville Minor lacrosse Ontario




3D Colorado

Loyola Maryland



Team Alberta Lacrosse

University of Oregon

Isabella (Bella)


Burnaby Devils Field Lacrosse British Columbia

Arizona State University

Giulianna (Gigi)


Burnaby Devils (field) and Burnaby Lakers (box) British Columbia

Arizona State University



About Lacrosse Canada


Founded in 1867, Lacrosse Canada is the governing body responsible for all aspects of lacrosse in Canada. Our organization is comprised of 10 Member Associations representing nearly 85,000 individual participants, including coaches, officials, and athletes of all ages and abilities. Lacrosse Canada’s mission is to honour the sport of lacrosse and its unique nation-building heritage, by engaging our members, leading our partners, and providing opportunities for all Canadians to participate. Lacrosse Canada oversees the delivery of numerous national championships and the participation of Team Canada at all international events sanctioned by World Lacrosse. Lacrosse Canada is proud to be affiliated with partners that share the same vision and values, including our corporate partners - NormaTec Recovery Systems, RockTape, OPRO, Canadian Red Cross, Westjet, and Baron Rings - as well as our funding partners the Government of Canada, the Coaching Association of Canada, and the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation.


For more information, please contact:

Kealan Pilon
Communications Coordinator
Lacrosse Canada

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