24 Years Old
Born: May 21, 1993
Hometown: Lake Lenore, SK
Dayna grew up on a farm near Marysburg, SK. While in school, Dayna was involved in many activities. She was in dance (jazz, ballet, hip hop and tap), played saxophone, was a member of the SRC, and played many sports including soccer, cross country, basketball, fast ball and track. Dayna was also one of the few girls to play hockey in Lake Lenore at that time. After completing high school in 2011, Dayna went to St. Peter’s College for her first year of university and then continued her education at the University of Regina where Dayna received her degree in Kinesiology and Health Studies. Dayna then moved to Calgary in 2014 to attend Mount Royal University where she completed her Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy.
After completing university Dayna moved to Saskatoon in June 2016 and at this time, worked with the Saskatchewan SWAT lacrosse team for her practicum and with the Saskatchewan Rough Rider training camp. Once hockey season started, she was excited to sign a contract with the Humboldt Broncos. Dayna continued with SWAT in the hockey off season. Dayna’s great sense of humour, her easy smile and sunny, loving personality endeared her to everyone who came into her life. People of all ages and animals were drawn to her fun-loving nature. Her passion for athletics and her independent, tenacious spirit earned the respect of colleagues and teammates wherever she played or worked.