Ringor Joins Windsor Lancers Hockey for 2021-22 Season
Head Coach Deanna Iwanicka and the Windsor Lancer women’s hockey team are kicking off 2021 on the right skate with the commitment of Rorie Ringor for the 2021-22 season.
A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, the 5’8’ centre joins the blue and gold from the RINK Hockey Academy of the Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL).
Ringor is a versatile athlete that will bring a presence at both ends of the ice. “As we strive to build a championship program, it is essential that we add elite student- athletes like Rorie to our roster,” said Iwanicka. “Rorie has proven herself at a national level and will bring that level and experience to our program.”
With RINK, Ringor finished the 2019-20 season with 18 points in 18 games played (11 goals, 7 assists). She also played for Team Manitoba at the 2018 Canada Games, and again with the squad the following year in 2019.
Graduating from high school with distinction, she aims to have a career in medicine and will study Behavioural Cognition and Neuroscience in the fall while also contributing to the blue & gold. “I believe my competitiveness and leadership on and off the ice will be an asset for the Lancers,” she said. “I also look to academically achieve my degree in a new program that will help me to move forward into medicine.”
“I chose Windsor because I believe the Lancers women hockey program is building towards something great in the next few years, which I would love to be a part of.”
Ringor is the second athlete from the CSSHL to join the blue and gold for next season, joining Elissa Benjamin from the Northern Alberta Xtreme who announced her commitment in November.