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Stella is the longest running women’s ultimate team in eastern Canada.
In 1996 the Ottawa Women’s Program retired the name Horizont’elle and Stella was born. [Tour, The Ottawa Ultimate Review, June 1996, pages 8 and 9]
Why the name Stella? Check out her [origin story].
Horizont’elle was using the term
In 1997, Stella was the first Canadian team to qualify for the Ultimate Players Association (now USAU) Championships. The team was led by Nikki Clarke (Brackstone) and Justine Price.
Stella has qualified for the USAU Club Championships twice and competed in the Fall Series four times.
While Stella has been the top women’s competitive team in Ottawa, she has had a few sister teams.
Those who have had sisters know that you can like them or fight them - but you can’t ignore them. Sisters can be nosy and irritating. They seem to know how to pester you ’till you feel surly. But would our lives be any fun without sisters? Stella doesn’t think so.
Hometown: Ottawa / Toronto
Summer: 2007, 2011
2005 – 2010
Captains: Jaime Boss, Marie Celine St-Jacques, and Justine Price
1996? – 1997?
What we know: [Tour, The Ottawa Ultimate Review, May 1997, Page 23]
What we know: [Tour, The Ottawa Ultimate Review, November 1995, Page 6]