Renegades’ pair signs with Clan

Rachel Proctor and Alana Pineault bring winning pedigree to SFU

A pair of White Rock Renegades will be playing this fall in Burnaby, after signing with the Simon Fraser University Clan last week.

Renegades Rachel Proctor and Alana Pineault, both Surrey residents, were two of three signees last week, joining Langley’s Nicole Ratel, who played in the Fraser Valley Fusion organization.

SFU head coach Mike Renney was excited to bring Proctor, an outfielder, and Pineault, who plays multiple positions, into the fold.

“I have been watching Rachel play for the past couple of years and would best describe her as a strong hitting outfielder,” said Renney in a release.

“She brings with her an outstanding attitude and enthusiasm for the game. She is a welcomed addition to our team who I expect will  make her mark with us in the batter’s box.

“Alana will bring versatility with her ability to play a number of different infield positions and has shown good offensive potential as well.”

With the White Rock Renegades, both Proctor and Pineault were part of two B.C. championship teams, as well as one Canadian Open International Fastpitch Championship-winning club.


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