“Howe Happenings” meets softball lifer Jaman
Written by Gordie Howe Sports Complex staff
August 9, 2022
Photo roundup goes championship season style
Players who ultimately decide to give back to their sports are gems that keep the sports world going.
One of those gems who has found fulfillment in giving back is 20-year-old Saskatoon Shock outfielder Haley Jaman. Jaman has played softball for her whole life and continues to play with the Shock and the University of Saskatchewan women’s club team.
Jaman and the Shock will be playing at Softball Canada’s women’s nationals, which start Wednesday and run through to Sunday at the Gordie Howe Sports Complex along with the under-17 boys’ nationals. That will mark the first time Jaman will get to play in a nationals at home.
Besides playing softball, Jaman has also gotten her feat wet in coaching the game. She coaches regularly with JQFP Softball and the Saskatchewan North Central Softball Academy. In the future, Jaman would like to be the head coach of her own team.
A story on Jaman is our feature piece in August’s upload for “Howe Happenings” blog. The piece talks about how Jaman got into playing the sport of softball and her journey into coaching.
Besides the piece on Jaman, we have a photo roundup that shows a cool championship season mix of sweet happenings that have occurred on our grounds over the past 31 days. The photos include images of local area teams who have had memorable seasons resulting in provincial championship wins.
You can find these items on the “Howe Happenings” blog at howehappenings306.blogspot.com.
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