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2023-2024 PNAHA Girls Development Camp Information

The 2023-2024 PNAHA Girls Development Camp will be held in Olympic View Ice Arena (22202 70th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043) December 21st - 23rd (Thursday Evening thru Saturday).

Changes this year:  TBD

Check in: Will be at the rink this year and the rink prior to your players first ice slot.

Event Location:  Olympic View Ice Arena
Address:  22202 70th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

Schedule: "Coming Soon"

Details:  All girls in eligible birth years playing for a PNAHA association will be invited to participate in the event.  If you are a Washington resident and are playing outside of the Pacific District and are interested in attending the camp, please register.

If you are a Washington resident playing in another state in the Pacific District, you will need to follow the procedures of the state you are playing in.

Eligible birth years for both Girls camps are:
Birth Year 2011 (12U Players)
Birth Year 2010 (Can Qualify for District Camp Only)
Birth Year 2009 (Can Qualify for District Camp & National Camp)
Birth Year 2008 (Can Qualify for District Camp & National Camp)
Birth Year 2007 (Can Qualify for District Camp & National Camp)

We recommend the following hotels: Please call the hotel directly at these numbers.

"Coming Soon"                

Katelyn Parker


PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp 2023-2024


Welcome to PNAHA's registration process for girls players participating in the PNAHA Washington State Girls Development Camp. Note: Players must register on this Girls/Women Page. Do NOT use the link on the Youth Development Camp page to register if you are a girl. PNAHA is required to utilize the Rocky Mountain Register to register players for the PNAHA Development Camps. Rocky Mountain Register is the registration process of choice of USA Hockey. Once you have registered your player in this system your information will remain in the database, and each year that your player is eligible for the PNAHA Camp and/or Pacific District or USA Hockey National Camps you will only need to enter your Login (your email address) and password to register your player and/or players and edit their information if necessary. So, be sure to keep this information so that you can retrieve it for future use.

The deadline for registration is November 22, 2023 for the 2023-24 Camp. Note that the PNAHA Washington State Girls Development Camp is a prerequisite for attending the Pacific District Tryout/Development Camp. If we do not receive enough registrations to support the camp, we will revert to the Pacific District Development Camp selection process used in previous years, and your PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp registration fee will be returned. Please note that players who do not register for the PNAHA Washington State Female Development Camp will not be considered for selection to the Pacific District Multi-District Development Camp.  The exemption process for players unable to attend are found at the bottom of this page.  We encourage all players to attend.  If a player who attends the camp receives the same scores as an exempt player preferential treatment will be giving to the player who attends the camp.

Please have your Visa or MasterCard available prior to beginning this registration process. After you enter your information you will need to pay for the registration. Note that by beginning this process you are demonstrating your player’s commitment to attend the camp. Registration fee for the PNAHA Washington State Girls Development Camp is $165.00. This fee is nonrefundable. There are no exceptions.


Have the following information available before you begin the registration process, as you will be entering your Player’s Profile:

• Player’s current coach’s name, address, and phone number.
• Player's statistics (goals, assists, goalie save percentages).
• Insurance information including provider’s address, phone number, and policy number.
• A current Visa or Master Card.

Many of the forms needed for the camp require similar information. This system can automatically fill out the registration forms based on your responses to the Player Profile questions. When you arrive at the Summary Sheet (Example at the bottom of this page) you will be directed to print the “USA Hockey Consent to Treat/Medical Release” form. Be sure to have the player’s legal guardian sign this form, and bring it to the Development Camp with her. Note that under "Contact Information" there is a button that allows you to update your player’s information. If you have two players attending the camp, click the button under the "Player Information" section; billing information is located at the bottom of this page. Your registration is not final until payment has been made and cleared. On this page, you can locate your account number, and you can print out your receipt

When you have gathered the questionnaire information noted above, and have a valid Visa or MasterCard; please begin the registration process by clicking on the "Rocky Mountain Register" button below. The registration process will be complete once you print out your player’s registration forms.





Example of Registration Page

FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

What is the PNAHA Washington State Girls Development Camp?

  • The PNAHA Washington State Girls Development Camp is the precursor to the Multi-District Tryout/Development Camp. In order to attend the Multi-District Camp, players must attend the PNAHA State camp and be selected by the group of evaluators to move forward. From there, players shall be selected to attend the USA Hockey National Camp.

Who is the State Camp for?

  • The Camp is for ALL Washington State girl players, who are US citizens, born in designated birth years, who play ice hockey. Most team schedules have been adjusted to not conflict with the Camp, so we encourage every age-appropriate girl to attend.

What else will the State Camp do for me?

  • Players will have the opportunity to improve and test their skills by playing with and against other girls players from the state in skill sessions (first day) and scrimmages (second day). Additional ice time, exposure to a broad pool of players and coaches, and the opportunity to compete at a higher level will aid in players’ growth and development.  Whether or not a player is selected to move on to subsequent USA Hockey camps, she will gain from this unique, fun and challenging hockey experience.

How will this help my goal to play collegiate hockey?

  • Additional opportunities to play at the state, district and national level always helps with exposure to collegiate scouts. Moreover, additional ice time benefits your game, allowing you to progress to your next goal, whether that is making a local rep team or working towards a spot on a collegiate roster.

Is there still time to sign up?

  • This camp fills quickly, so please register to reserve your jersey / spot.

Registration Process

  • Registration and payment will be online on this page. Read and follow the instructions above. When you are ready to register, click on the Rocky Mountain logo.
  • Please note that player statistics do not need to be comprehensive. They can be updated later in the season for players who successfully progress to the Pacific District Tryouts.
  • NOTE: Attendance at the PNAHA WA State Camp is a requirement for attending the Pacific District Tryout/Development Camp, now called the Multi-District Tryout and Evaluation Camp. No exceptions.

More questions?

Exemption Process

Girls PNAHA State Player Development Camp Exemption Policy

The following information provides the established Girls PNAHA State Camp Policies for those players that are playing out of state. These policies are applicable to all Washington players that play out-of-state or for players who have Tier I or Tier II conflicts.
There are no exceptions to these policies.


Please note that cost is not an acceptable rationale for requesting an exemption. We expect players to make it to the Girls Washington Player Development Camp unless there is a legitimate conflict, which includes but is not limited to: the player is injured, the player would be forced to leave a Tier I or Tier II, prep school, or junior team still playing its season to attend the Girls Washington Camp. Exemptions WILL NOT be granted for family vacations or class trips. It is the practice of the Girls Washington Player Development Camp to send the best players to the Girls Pacific District Player Development Camp, regardless of where they are playing.


State Camp Exemptions

Exemption requests must be filed in complete and player must be fully registered for the state camp:  November 22, 2023.

The preference is that all players attend the Girls Washington State Camp. Washington players that are playing out of state, cannot attend the Girls Washington State Camp, and are playing outside of the Pacific District can request an exemption from attending.  Washington players that are playing out of state, cannot attend the Washington Camp, and are playing inside the Pacific District need to attend the camp in the state they are playing in (Girls playing for a California team, for example, have to attend the California camp).  Players must first attempt to follow this process and any request for an exemption must be fully explained, including the efforts taken to follow the process and why they are requesting an exemption.


Any player applying for an exemption to the Girls Washington State Camp must register and pay in full for the camp and provide all requested exemption information to be considered. Requests must fully explain the reason for the conflict that prevents the player from attending. In addition, the request and details stated in the “Required Information” section below must be provided. The payment is a non-refundable application fee. Note the following:

  • Exemptions will not be granted until after the Washington State Camp is completed.
  • Exemptions will be reviewed and ranked by the Girls State Camp Evaluation Team, in consultation with the PNAHA President and PNAHA Female Representative.
  • The final determination of which players go to the Pacific District Player Development Camp, including both the players who attended the Washington Player Development Camp and the players who have applied for the exemption, will be made by the Girls State Camp Evaluation Team, in consultation with the PNAHA President and PNAHA Female Representative. It is the practice of the Washington Player Development Camp to send the best players to the Pacific District Player Development Camp, regardless of where they are playing their season.
  • If the number and quality of Washington Camp and exemption players merits it, the PNAHA Female Representative will work with the District Camp Director to bid for additional slots. NOTE: Additional slots are only available if other states return allocated slots. We have no idea of the number of additional slots available until announced by the District Camp Director and he/she cannot determine the number until the last state camp is completed.
  • Exemption Requests need to be emailed to, do not send requests in until after registering for the camp.  Once your request has been emailed it will not be considered without a confirmation email confirming that your email has been received and that you have registered for the camp.  Exemptions will be considered after the camp has completed.  If you do not receive a confirmation email please follow up with the female representative.

Required Information - Hockey Resume – Including the following:

Following is minimum set of information that must be provided when requesting an Exemption or At-Large request:

  1. Player Name (First and Last)
  2. Player Date of Birth
  3. Position
  4. Statement that clarifies if the player did or did not attend any previous National Camp
  5. School or League Playing in the current USAH season
  6. Current Level of Play
  7. Current Head Coach’s Name (First and Last)
  8. Coach’s Email and phone number
  9. Parent Name (First and Last)
  10. Contact Phone Number
  11. Contact Email
  12. Fully explain, including the efforts taken to follow the process and why an exemption or at-large slot is being requested.
  13. Two Letters of recommendation – one must be from the player’s head coach
  14. Player’s stats with documented backup. For example, Leagues that use electronic scoring capabilities can download the player’s stats and include a copy in the request package.
  15. One full period of a single game that the player participates in with a "normal" amount of shifts.  Please provide details on the player number, color, and jersey [Please do not provide links to Live Barn - Live Barn links expire after 30 days]

Incomplete packages will NOT be processed.

2023 PNAHA State Camp Allocations

2023 PNAHA State Camp Allocations

PNAHA Girls State Camp Selections – 2023

2009 Players
Chloe Church
Anais LiChong
Mickayla O'Hara
Sienna Rogers
Annabelle Yoo

Madison Grudzien
Eliana Mast
Audrey Spencer
Himari Weiby
Makena Simonds

Ziva Clemson

2008 Players
Jess Bobiles
Mae Glanzer
Paloma Gonzales
Raegan Mayberry
Mackenna McDougall
Emma Nodello
Savanna Stamp
Eva Rosenbloom

Claire Martincic
Avery McCormick
Jordyn Miller
Calle Shanahan

Keira O'Brien

2007 Players
Kiernan Ledoux
Esme Lichong
Grace Littler
Brooklyn O'Brien
Addison Tremel
Sidney Pettersen
Vika Cormick

Lola Macuiba
Darby Marshall
Vivi McDonnell
Paiton Miller
Kennedy Jensen
Teagan Williamson

Aubry Borchers
Jojo Levin

2006 Players
Sophie Costello-Krakowski
Dani Karinen
Talia Stein
Megumi Whisman
Ava Beard
Joely Connell

Christa Bashinski
Ophelia Mast
Maya Garetson

Samantha Mayberry


2022 Girls Development Camp Selections for Pacific District:

The girls named below their love of hockey in the following state associations:  Whatcom, Everett, Seattle Junior, WWFHA, SnoKing, Tri Cities, Wenatchee, Spokane, Vancouver and Kent.  These girls call your rinks home regardless of where they play now.  Please send your support and encouragement to all.  We are so proud of every single one of them!

PNAHA Girls State Camp Selections – 2022

2008 Players
Jessica Bobiles
Maealie Glanzer 
Allison LeBret
Raegan Mayberry 
MacKenna McDougall
Savanna Stamp

Mackenzie Demoors 
Sydney Hermanson
River Kirk
Calle Shanahan 

Alternates Requests 
Jordyn Miller – Forward 
Kate O’Brien – Forward 
Keira O’Brien – Defense 

2007 Players
Victoria Cormick
Kiernan Ledoux
Esme LiChong
Grace Littler
Brooklyn O’Brien
Addison Tremel

Darby Marshall
Vivian McDonnell
Olivia Tucker
Teagan Williamson

Aubry Borchers

2006 Players
Haya Bolotski
Dani Layne Karinen 
Megumi Whisman

Christa Bashinski
Dakota Ormiston

Alternate Requests
Emily Orleans - Forward
Ophelia Mast - Defense

2005 Players
Lily Kollodge 
Isabelle Orleans
Andrea Welliver

Julia Lyrintzis

Gabriella deVita 

For more information on the Pacific District Girls Player Development Camp, please see this link.