Amanda Bourgoin (Davey) was born and raised in Brampton and was a member of the Blazers organization for a number of years beginning in 1992. Amanda played on several championship teams during her time as a Blazer and credits much of her success to the coaches she had during those years.
A Mayfield Secondary School grad, Amanda attended Canisius College on a softball scholarship. She later transferred to St. Bonaventure University to finish out her playing career. After graduation Amanda was a Graduate Assistant Softball Coach at Wayne State College in Nebraska where she earned her MBA.
Amanda went on to become the Head Coach at Husson University where she coached 7 seasons and taught Sport Management at the University. In 2018, Amanda was inducted into the Husson University Sports Hall of Fame for coaching, after winning 5 consecutive conference championships and going 117-16 in conference play. Amanda is the North Atlantic Conference’s and Husson University’s all-time winningest (188-108-1) coach.
Amanda currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Kevin who coaches for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and their two sons, Brendan and James.