Micah grew up on Vancouver Island and played integrated minor hockey before moving away at 15 to attend the Okanagan Hockey Academy. For post-secondary Micah played for Cornell University where she was a 3 year captain and her team ended the 2020 campaign ranked #1 in the nation prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Micah graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, and a minor in English while continuing to play with the Women’s National Team throughout her college years. She is a World Under 18 Gold and Silver medalist and a 2019 World Championship Bronze Medalist. Going into her sixth season with the senior national team Micah is centralized in Calgary with her sights set on Beijing 2022 while also eyeing a masters in Sport & Performance Psychology following the Olympics. Outside of hockey Micah has a passion for coaching and mentoring the next generation of young girls in her home province of British Columbia.

Sport has been a pillar of my entire life, however I learned at a young age that the best part of sport extends far beyond winning and losing. I have been fortunate enough to meet people from all over the world through hockey and learn valuable lessons of respect, leadership, teamwork, and dedication. It is these things that lead me to supporting KidSport as it is my hope that kids of all backgrounds and circumstances should have the opportunity to experience the positive impact of sport.