Canadian Women’s Hockey Gold Medalist
Micah Zandee-Hart wears #28 for the Canadian Women’s National Ice Hockey Team, recently helping the team win a Gold Medal at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Micah played integrated minor hockey before moving away at fifteen to attend the Okanagan Hockey Academy. An Olympic dream led her to continue her hockey career and pursue further education at 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.
In addition to being an Olympic Gold Medalist, she is a World Under 18 Gold and Silver medalist, a 2019 World Championship Bronze Medalist, and a two-time Ivy League champion. Beyond medals, Micah made history when she stepped on the ice in Beijing as the first woman from British Columbia to represent Canada at the Olympics in women’s hockey. Outside of her hockey career, Micah has a passion for writing, speaking, coaching, and mentoring the next generation of young girls looking to make their dream their reality.