Kady Dandeneau has always been a passionate basketball player. Before taking up wheelchair basketball, Dandeneau was an all-star standup basketball player in British Columbia, playing for the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves from 2007 to 2013.
She began playing wheelchair basketball in 2015 after being introduced to the game by fellow Pender Island native and former Team Canada coach Tim Frick, once injuries prevented her from continuing with the standup game.
Before taking the court for the National Team, Dandeneau suited up for the BC Breakers and the BC Royals. Every day she continues to strengthen her abilities on the court, making her a force to be reckoned with. In a very short timeframe, after displaying tremendous dedication and drive for the sport, Dandeneau was named to Team Canada.
Having always been an aggressive and physical player in the standup game, Dandeneau brings the same style to wheelchair basketball and believes there’s no better feeling than being able to represent Canada on the world stage while doing what she loves.
- She regards legendary coach Tim Frick as a role model because without him she would not be where she is today.
Major International Competition
|World Championships: 1||0||0||0||5th (’18)|
|Year||GP||Min||M/G||Field Goals||3Pts||Free Throws||Rebounds||AS||TO||ST||BS||PF||FO||PTS||P/G|
Legend: GP = Games Played; Min = Minutes; M/G = Minutes per Game; M/A = Made / Attempted; OR = Offensive Rebounds; DR = Defensive Rebounds; TOT = Total; AS = Assists; TO = Turn Overs; ST = Steals; BS = Blocked Shots;PF = Personal Foul; FO = Foul On; PTS = Points; P/G = Points per Game
|Club (domestic)||Toronto Rollin Raptors||Canada||2017-Present|
|Club (domestic)||National Academy||Canada||2016-Present|
|Club (domestic)||BC Royals/BC Breakers||British Columbia||2015-Present|
2019:1st place at the 2e open feminin handibasket international (Team Canada)…1st place at the Nations Cup (Team Canada)…1st place at the 2019 NWBA Finals with the Toronto Rollin Raptors in Cleveland, Ohio (Named MVP)…3rd place at the 2019 CWBL Women’s National Championship (domestic, named MVP)
2018: 2nd place at the 2018 NWBA National Championship (Div 2) with the Toronto Rollin Raptors (domestic)…3rd place at Continental Clash in Sheffield, GB (Team Canada)…5th place at the 2018 World Wheelchair Basketball Championships (Team Canada)
2017: 1st place at Americas Cup in Cali Colombia (Team Canada)… 4th place at CWBL Women’s National Championship with the BC Breakers and named All-Star in Burlington, Ont. (domestic)…
2016: 4th place at the CWBL National Championship with the BC Royals in Kamloops, B.C. (domestic)… 4th place at the CWBL Women’s National Championship with the BC Breakers in Longueuil, Que. (domestic)…