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This profile was last updated on 9/17/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Phone: (250) ***-****  
Local Address:  British Columbia , Canada
2366 Main Mall (New Lab Extension)
Vancouver , British Columbia V6T 1Z4

Company Description: The University of British Columbia, established in 1908, educates a student population of 50,000 on major campuses in two cities and holds an international...   more

Employment History

  • Assistant Coach
    Lethbridge AB
  • Head Coach
    Alberta Center for Performance
  • Captain
  • Assistant Coach
  • Coach
    University of Lethbridge Lead Assistant
  • Assistant Coach
    University of Alberta Pandas
  • Head Coach
    Alberta Basketball


  • bachelor of education degree
  • bachelor of arts
  • bachelor of arts Degree
  • master's of education , coaching
    University of Victoria
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Contact Athletics and Recreation | UBC's Okanagan campus, 9 Sept 2015 [cached]
Claire Meadows 250.864.2811
Claire ..., 26 Jan 2015 [cached]
Claire Meadows Assistant Coach 403-332-3121
The 5-foot-11 Korol, who transfered to ..., 10 April 2015 [cached]
The 5-foot-11 Korol, who transfered to VSS from Kalamalka Lakers for Grade 11, joins a new-look Heat roster including head coach Claire Meadows.
Meadows, a 30-year-old from Brantford, Ont., will become the school's second women's basketball head coach since UBC Okanagan started Canada West and CIS competition in 2011. She replaces Heather Semeniuk, who held the position for the past 21 years.
Korol has enjoyed a few light conversations with Meadows, last seeing her at the Okanagan Valley high school all-star game two weeks ago.
"Claire has a clear drive of where she wants to take the program."
Following a one-year assistant coach role with the University of Alberta Pandas, Meadows was hired by Basketball Alberta as head coach of the Alberta Center for Performance in the south. She has also spent the last three seasons as the lead assistant coach of the University of Lethbridge women's Pronghorns. She is known for being defensive-oriented with emphasis on work ethic and communication.
Meadows, who offcially began working for UBCO on April 1, watched Korol at a light game-day VSS practice in January and pored over game film before asking for a commitment.
"Even from watching game film, I could see she was a great presence inside and she uses her body well which is a huge benefit," said Meadows, who starred for Queen's University Gaels in Kingston, finishing as captain and the Gaels' second all-time leading scorer.
Claire Meadows is set to ..., 9 Jan 2015 [cached]
Claire Meadows is set to become the new head coach of the UBC Okanagan Heat women Claire Meadows is set to become the new head coach of the UBC Okanagan Heat women's basketball team.
Claire Meadows will become the school's second coach since UBC Okanagan started Canada West competition in 2011.
"It has been a dream of mine to coach in the CIS since I played at this level in university," said Meadows. "I am fortunate to be given a position to be able to influence and shape young women and future leaders in the community."
Meadows played five years at Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., earning first and second team OUA East All-Star awards, and finishing her career as captain and the Gaels' second all-time leading scorer.
Following a one-year assistant coaching role at the University of Alberta, Meadows was hired by Basketball Alberta as head coach of the Alberta Centre for Performance in the South, and has spent the last three seasons as the lead assistant coach of the University of Lethbridge women's team.
In the end however, Claire was our unanimous choice.
"Claire presented a comprehensive plan on how she will start from the foundation Heather has created and continue to build the strongest possible program at UBC Okanagan.
In addition to her coaching experience at the U of A and Lethbridge, Meadows was an assistant coach at Queen's and a head coach for Alberta Basketball and the U17 Jr. Horns team in the Prairie Elite Basketball League (PEBL), experience that should serve her well with the growing Jr. Heat program in the Okanagan.
With the UBC Okanagan program still in its early stages in Canada West, Meadows is excited to have the opportunity to shape the program and build on what has been implemented by Semeniuk.
"Coach Semeniuk has created a strong foundation for the program in the CIS and I look forward to having the opportunity to build on that," said Meadows.
Meadows will officially start April 1, but will start immediately identifying and connecting with recruits.
Meadows to lead new era of Heat basketball
Queen's Women's Basketball - Game Reports - Winter 2006, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
One absolutely amazing aspect of this game was that Queen's captain Claire Meadows was able to play at all.Claire had injured her foot against York late in the season, and played in pain through the remaining games.Then, in the playoff against Carleton, she aggravated the injury, being barely able to walk after that game, and not being able to put weight on her foot.She played very well against the Ravens, then had to ice her foot for the next three days, getting in little if any useful practice.The Queen's Athletics Trainer made the trip to Toronto, and gave Claire a freezing injection half an hour before the game.Her foot was heavily taped, and she took the 20-minute warmup, to test it out.It seemed OK.Then, she went out and was the best player on the floor, playing a game-high 39 minutes, and led the Gaels with 16 points, five rebounds, five assists, a steal, and no turnovers.By any reckoning, this was one of the gutsiest performances by any Gael in the more than 130 years Queen's has been playing interuniversity sports!Bravo, Claire!!
Toronto played close attention to Meadows and guard Jess Selinger, who has been playing very well in recent games.
Queen's rallied with a baby hook from Meadows, a trey by Selinger, and a short jumper by Northcott, to pull within 37-36, early in the fourth quarter.
Guards Keohan and Meadows traded baskets.
Then Toronto guard Alaine Hutton, OUA East Rookie-of-the-Year, and Meadows traded three-point-plays, leaving Queen's still down by one at 43-42, with six minutes remaining.
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