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Sophie Leslie

Age: 20

Height: 5′ 8″

Nationality: Scottish

Position: Guard

Number: 10

Previous Club

School/College/University

Grande Prairie Regional College, Alberta Canada

First game for Caledonia Pride

Seasons Played

2020 – 2021

Present & Previous Clubs
and Achievements

Caledonia Pride (2021 – present)

University of Edinburgh (2021 – present)

Grande Prairie Regional College, Alberta Canada (2018-2020)
Dedication to the Pack Award 2019/2020

Wolves Basketball Club, Alberta Canada (2015-2017)

Charles Spencer High School, Alberta Canada (2015-2018)
2X League Champions
4A Provincial Championships Attended (2015-2018)
2015/2016 Most Improved
2016/2017 Top Offence + GPRC All-Star game selection
2017/2018 MVP + GPRC All-Star game selection

Interesting Facts

Biggest accomplishment on or off the court
My biggest accomplishments on the court would be receiving the Female Athlete of the Year Award at my High School and receiving a scholarship to play college basketball at Grande Prairie Regional College.

My biggest accomplishment off the court would be receiving an ACAC Academic Athlete Award for both years I attended GPRC.

Favourite Basketball memory
Playing in the final of the GPRC High School Basketball tournament and getting to play on the main court of the college that I later went on to play for.

Who would be your four dream dinner guests?

My 3-year-old sister Lily because she talks non-stop and is always doing something to make everyone laugh. She also loves to sing and dance and would no doubt provide some dinner entertainment.

Kobe Bryant because he had so much wisdom and inspiration to share with the world. I admired him for his approach to life and the way he dedicated himself to being the best he could possibly be in all aspects of his life.

Sabrina Ionescu because her achievements in college basketball made a huge statement for female basketball players. S​he became the first NCAA player ever (male or female) with over 2,000 points, 1,000 assists, and 1,000 rebounds in her college career.

Lewis Capaldi because I love his music and I think he would be hilarious to sit down and talk to. I admire that he doesn’t take life too seriously and that he isn’t afraid to be himself.