Jacqueline Johnson Atom Coach for our 2018-2019 Season, News (Belleville Bearcats Hockey)

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Jacqueline Johnson Atom Coach for our 2018-2019 Season
Submitted By Angela Rogers on Mon 03 26, 18

Bearcats Atom A Coaching Staff Bios


Jacqueline Johnson


Jacqueline Johnson grew up on her family’s farm north of Marmora.  Throughout her youth she excelled at a number of different sports, but her two main passions were hockey and volleyball.  In hockey she played a combination of boys’ church league hockey and girls’ rep. A; winning numerous tournaments and provincial championships.  In the sport of volleyball, she played on the regional team, midget provincial development team and played for York University in her first year of eligibility.

In her second, third and fourth year of university, Jacqueline returned to the sport of hockey where she and her teammates won OUA gold, silver and bronze.  Jacqueline was named assistant captain in her final two years of her varsity career.  After her university hockey career, she played three seasons in the CWHL. 

Jacqueline completed a specialized honours degree in kinesiology and health science while also completing a three-year Certificate in Coaching.  After her undergraduate degree, Jacqueline completed her bachelor’s degree in education and has been a physical and health education teacher at the secondary level since 2001.  Jacqueline values the benefits and life lessons that athletics has to offer young people.


Since retiring from competitive hockey, Jacqueline has played in multiple men’s hockey leagues, played for a number of senior women’s teams and ball hockey teams; including Team Canada Masters Ball Hockey team where she won gold at the World Championships.  Throughout two decades of coaching, Jacqueline has coached intro. tyke, tyke, novice and atom in the OMHA, varsity high school hockey, volleyball, badminton and track and field.  Jacqueline is excited to be able to “give back” to the sport that she loves and be a positive female role model to the Atom Bearcats.


Annie Moynes  BScKin, R.Kin, B.Ed. 


Annie Moynes grew up on the family farm in Prince Edward County.  She is a Belleville Bearcats alumni, having played 12 season with the Bearcats, culminating with 2 years as team captain for the Midget AA team.  During her time as player she also refereed in the BDGMHA and BMHA system.  Her passion for hockey continued with 4 seasons of varsity hockey with the UOIT Ridgebacks, where she completed her undergraduate degree in kinesiology.  In April 2017 she obtained her certification as a Registered Kinesiologist.  In July 2017 she graduated from Queen’s with a Bachelor of Education.  Combining her love for hockey with her passion of working with children, she is excited to be part of the Atom team.


Brandice Moniz

Brandice grew up in Oakville, Ontario and started playing hockey at the age of 7 with the Oakville Hornets organization. She further went on developing skills with different, well established organizations in the Greater Toronto Area. Brandice suited up as a member of the Toronto Jr. Aeros (PWHL) in 06 & 07 winning both Provincial and League Championships both consecutive years. As a member of Team Ontario in the 2006, she won the Under-18 National Championships. Brandice then went on to become a full scholarship student athlete at Quinnipiac University (NCAA D-1.)  Brandice has worked as a hockey instructor for 5 years with the Canlan Ice Sports Hockey Academy in Oakville, Ontario teaching power skating skills, elite conditioning and high performance puck handling. She also worked as an instructor for Howe Hockey, traveling to different towns and initiating hockey development programs.

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