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Head Coach

Alberta Centre for Performance
 
Background

Employment History

  • Assistant Coach
    Lethbridge
  • Assistant Coach
    Queen
  • Captain
    Queen
  • Assistant Coach
    University of Alberta Pandas
  • Head Coach
    Alberta Basketball
  • Captain
    The Gaels

Education

  • bachelor of education degree
    Gaels
  • bachelor of arts
  • bachelor of arts Degree
    Gaels
  • master's of education , coaching
    University of Victoria
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Claire Meadows is set to ...
www.vernonmorningstar.com, 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.
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Claire Meadows will become the school's second coach since UBC Okanagan started Canada West competition in 2011.
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"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.
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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.
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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.
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"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.
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Meadows will officially start April 1, but will start immediately identifying and connecting with recruits.
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Meadows to lead new era of Heat basketball
Claire ...
www.gohorns.ca, 3 Nov 2012 [cached]
Claire Meadows
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Claire Meadows Assistant Coach
Phone: 403-332-3121 Email: claire.meadows@uleth.ca
Claire spent the 2011-2012 season as an assistant coach for the University of Alberta Pandas as part of her Masters of Education in Coaching degree from the University of Victoria. Prior to her arrival in Alberta, Claire lived in Kingston, Ontario. During her time in Kingston, Claire was an assistant coach for the Queen's women's basketball team for two seasons, while teaching Physical Education and Science at the high school level. Claire also played 5 years of CIS basketball at Queen's University, while she completed her BA, BPHE and BEd.
Queen's Women's Basketball - Game Reports - Winter 2006
www.queensbasketball.net, 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.
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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.
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Guards Keohan and Meadows traded baskets.
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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.
Claire Meadows to lead the U15 ...
basketballalberta.ca, 18 July 2014 [cached]
Claire Meadows to lead the U15 Girls at the 2014 Nationals
Claire Meadows spent the 2011-2012 season as an assistant coach for the University of Alberta Pandas as part of her Masters of Education in Coaching degree from the University of Victoria. Prior to her arrival in Alberta, Claire lived in Kingston, Ontario.
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During her time in Kingston, Claire was an assistant coach for the Queen's women's basketball team for two seasons, while teaching Physical Education and Science at the high school level. Claire also played 5 years of CIS basketball at Queen's University, while she completed her BA, BPHE and BEd.
Claire is currently in her second season at the UofL as the full-time lead assistant and was the 2013 Head Coach for Centre for Performance program in Lethbridge.
Welcome to Queen's Athletics - Interuniversity - Women's Basketball
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For Queen's no player scored in double figures with Claire Meadows, Sarah Barnes and Erin Skippon each recording 9 points.
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Queen's defence did not allow any other Laurentian player to score more than five points while getting 25 from captain Claire Meadows and 20 from teammate Sarah Barnes.
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Queen's countered with great play from captain Claire Meadows who scored 25 points and Sarah Barnes who scored 20.
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The game will feature two OUA all stars going against each other in Queen's fifth year player Claire Meadows and fourth year Laurentian forward Cassandra Carpenter.
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Meadows finished her OUA regular season career as a Gael with 990 points and she enters the post season with a 15.18 points per game average in 2006-07.
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On February 2nd in Sudbury the Voyageurs won 57-56 with Carpenter scoring 17 and Meadows scoring 18.
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Kingston, ON (February 16, 2007) - Queen's Golden Gaels fifth year captain Claire Meadows was named a first team OUA East division all star Friday night.Meadows who scored 990 points in her career and averaged 15.18 ppg this season is joined on the first team by Cassandra Carpenter of Laurentian, Laura McCallum and Kimberley Gibbs of York and Christine Cho of Toronto.
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With Ottawa leading 55-51 with 7 seconds left the Gaels scored on a shot by Claire Meadows and then fouled Tina Ethier.
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Ethier made one of the two free throws but Meadows three point shot at the buzzer missed giving Ottawa their fifth win in a row to close their regular schedule.
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Meadows added 13 for Queen's giving her 969 for her career.
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Barnes and teammate Claire Meadows led all scorers with 22 points while Carleton's Ines Jelic had 17, Tanya Perry 13 and Killoran 11.
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Fifth year star Claire Meadows continues to roll for Queen's scoring 18 points on Saturday in the loss to York, giving her 934 in her career as she tries to reach the 1000 point plateau.Teammate Jessica Selinger continues to be the best in Canada from the free throw line, shooting at a 92.9 % clip, making 52 of her 56 attempts.
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No Gael scored in double figures with Jessica Selinger and Anne Murphy leading the way with 9, Claire Meadows with 8 and Sarah Barnes with 6.
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Top scorers for the Gaels were Sarah Barnes and Claire Meadows both with a game high 18 points with Jessica Selinger chipping in with 10 points.
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Claire Meadows and Jessica Selinger continue to lead the Gaels averaging 14 and 12 ppg respectively.
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Claire Meadows led the Gaels with 19 points including 3 for 3 from three point land.
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Claire Meadows added 10 points for the Gaels with Jessica Hiew leading Toronto with 15 points and Christine Cho adding 10.
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Gael Sarah Barnes led all scorers with 19 points with teammate Claire Meadows adding 16.
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In their earlier meeting in Toronto the Gaels won 73-58 behind 18 points from Claire Meadows and 16 points from Anne Murphy.
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Carleton again closed to six with just 1.4 seconds left in the half but Claire Meadows hit a shot at the buzzer to send the Gaels into the locker room up 33-25.
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Queen's controlled the game on the boards outrebounding Ottawa 47-28 with Gael point guard Teddi Firmi pulling down 10 with Claire Meadows and Anne Murphy adding seven each.
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Claire Meadows led all scorers with 17 points, Lyndsey Gauley added 7, Jessica Selinger and Erin Skippon both had 6.
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Queen's captain Claire Meadows regained her scoring touch in the last two games scoring 37 points, hitting 12 of 30 shots from the floor and all seven free throws, adding 10 rebounds.Gaels forward Sarah Barnes and guard Jess Selinger are helping Meadows at the offensive end.
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The Gaels had three players in double figures with Sarah Barnes scoring 19 points, Claire Meadows scoring 16 and Jessica Selinger scoring 14 but they couldn't contain Toronto's Christine Cho who scored 18 and added 7 rebounds.
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Leading the way was Claire Meadows who bounced back from two low offensive outputs last weekend to score 18 points including 2 for 3 from behind the three point line.
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Queen's veteran Claire Meadows the team's scoring leader was held to single digits in each of last weekend's games and as a result will be looking to bounce back.
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For Queen's Erin Skippon had 12 while Sarah Barnes scored 10 and Gaels leading scorer Claire Meadows was held to just 4 points, 11 below her scoring average.
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Leading scorers for the Gaels were Jessica Selinger with 19 and Claire Meadows with ten points and 5 rebounds.
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Gaels captain Claire Meadows followed up her 37 point performance Friday with a game high 22 on 8 for 13 shooting.
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Windsor guard Dranadia Roc and Queen's forward Claire Meadows accounted for 79 of the game's 163 total points.Roc scored a game high 42 points and was 9-17 from behind the three point line and was fouled on two other attempts which she converted into 6 made free throws.Meadows was equally as brilliant scoring 37 points on 13 of 19 shooting including 4-5 from the three point line and 7-7 from the foul line.
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The Gaels were led by Meadows with 15 points, Barnes with 14 and Anne Murphy adding 10.
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Claire Meadows led a balanced Queen's attack with 10 points and 6 rebounds, while Teddi Firmi and Sarah Barnes each had 8 points and 7 rebounds.
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The Gaels who needed a buzzer beater from Claire Meadows the night before in beating Waterloo, were in control of this one from the opening tip.Jessica Sellinger of Queen's led all scorers with 23 points while Meadows added 14 and Teddi Firmi scored 12.
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Kingston, Ont (November 10, 2006) - The Queen's Golden Gaels received a running 15 foot shot from Claire Meadows at the buzzer to defeat the Waterloo Warriors 65-64 in OUA action Friday night at the Bartlett Gym.The Gaels trailed 52-41 after the third quarter but a 9-1 run to open the fourth put them within three of the visitors.With 1:23 left Meadows hit a jump shot coming out of a timeout to put the Gaels ahead 63-62 but Waterloo's Melanie Belore hit a jumper with 11 seconds left to give the Warriors a 64-63 lead and set up the last second dramatics.
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Meadows with time running down drove to her left and released a high arching shot that went in as the buzzer sounded.Waterloo's Kimberley Lee led all scorers with 27 points while her teammate Gillian Maxwell had 12 points 9 rebounds and 5 blocks, Meadows led the Gaels with 18 points and Anne Murphy had 9 rebounds and was one of four Queen's players to score 8 points.
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Queen's Jessica Selinger led all scorers with 12 points, while Teddi Firmi and Claire Meadows each added 11, RMC's Jennifer Donofrio also scored 11 in a losing cause.
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Queen's fifth year forward Claire Meadows scored 14 points as did teammate Sarah Barnes, with Laura Clarke of St. FX also scoring 14.
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The Gaels lost captain Claire Meadows early in the third quarter with an ankle injury.
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In the win over UQAM Jessica Selinger led all scorers with 21, Sarah Barnes added 16 with Claire Meadows scoring 15 for a Gaels team that was tied 28-28 at halftime.
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Meadows was named tournament MVP scoring 44 points total for the three games, Sarah Barnes was named an allstar due to her 12 point 5 rebound average for the tourney.
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Queen's was led offensively by Claire Meadows (5th year Phys.
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Claire Meadows led Queen's scorers with 16 points, also making five rebounds (2 off.
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Leading the scoring for the Gaels was Jessica Selinger with 15 points, followed closely by Claire Meadows at 14 points.
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Jessica Selinger and Claire Meadows led Queen's offensive output, each posting 16 points.
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Meadows added ten rebounds (2 off., 8 def.).
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Also in double digits were Jessica Selinger with 14 points and Claire Meadows with 11.
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Meadows also amassed seven assists in the losing effort.
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Also in double digits for the Tricolour were Claire Meadows (16 points) and Lindsay Robb (10 points).
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Claire Meadows led Queen's scorers with 13 points, and was the top rebounder with ten (1 off., 9 def.). Jessica Selinger was also in double-digit scoring for the Gaels with 11 points.
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Claire Meadows dominated the game for the Tricolour, being the lone Queen's scorer in double digits for both points (18) and rebounds (10 - 2 off., 8 def.).
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Claire Meadows led Queen's scorers with 11 points while Anne Murphy grabbed eight rebounds (4 off., 4 def.).
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Team captain Claire Meadows was kept t
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