Carolyne Prevost has been a hockey scoring ace since she
was a youngster. She made the Sarnia Starfires at age
six and was so good she was soon skating on boys’ teams,
where she once played against future NHL goal scoring
champion Steven Stamkos.
She enjoyed a spectacular college career, which included
winning an NCAA
championship. She also skated with a U18 gold medal
winning Canadian hockey team.
Carolyne has also been a star in soccer, where she
played with a pair of London provincial championship
squads and tae kwon do, where she was a six-time Ontario
champion. If all that wasn't enough, she was a national
champion ball hockey player with the Toronto Shamrock.
She now plays professional hockey with the Toronto
Furies of the Canadian Womens' Hockey League.