Competitive Clubs

Figure Skating

The Figure Skating Competitive Club is entering its 19th season of competition and is a recognized Skate Canada club. Our 2019-20 season runs from September 10th 2019 to March 2nd, 2020. We practice four times per week at the Carleton University Ice House and compete in three Ontario University Athletics (OUA) interuniversity competitions each season.

The Figure Skating Competitive Club is comprised of a two-tiered competitive team. We are currently recruiting high level free skaters, ice dancers, and skaters with Intermediate or Open level synchronized skating experience or above. The minimum test level standard is Jr.Silver/STAR 8.

Figure Skating Eligibility Certificate 2019-20

2019-2020 Competitions Schedule
1) Fall Invitational: November 21st, 2019 @ Carleton
2) Winter Invitational: January 21 & 22, 2020 @ Aylmer
3) OUA Championships: February 10 & 11, 2020 @ Ryerson
4) Skate Ontario Synchro Series: February 29,2020 @ KRC

2019-2020 Shows/ Exhibitions

1) Synchro Showcase: December 1, 2019 @ Bob Macquarrie Rec Complex (Orleans)
2) Holiday Skate: December 7th, 3-4pm @ Carleton 

2019-2020 Season Practice Times
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 6:30am – 8:00am (Ice House, Rink B)
Fridays 8:30am – 9:30am (Ice House, Rink B)
Dryland training TBC

Coaching Staff:

Laura Kilpatrick (Head Coach)
Sara Davidson (Assistant Coach)


Wallis Rudnick
Tanner White

What our Athletes have to say

My university career would not have been complete if I wasn’t a member of the Carleton figure skating team. Figure skating is an individual sport so coming from a competitive background I always longed to be a part of something bigger than myself in a team environment. I met some of my best friends on this team and I wouldn’t change my experience for the world. Not only did the early morning practices allow me to get a head-start on my academics for the rest of the day, but they also allowed me to continue to pursue my spot after my competitive career. If you’re looking to get more involved in University extracurricular activities, enjoy team atmospheres, wish to challenge yourself in new disciples of the sport, are looking to maintain participating in an athletic activity, all while giving your mind a well deserved break from your studies, the CU figure skating team is an excellent opportunity to do so. The support you receive from your coaches and teammates is unparalleled and the memories that you make on this team will last a life time. Once a Raven, always a Raven.

  • Cailin McDowell, Team Member 2013-2017


Being on the Carleton Figure Skating Team was one of the best things I did during my time at Carleton. School can be very stressful at times and it’s easy to make excuses and say “oh I don’t have time for this” but waking up every day, typing up my laces and stepping on that ice made all that stress go away, even if it was just for an hour or two. Being on the team also taught me how to balance school with being a competitive athlete and it’s helped me far beyond my time at Carleton. I would 100% recommend joining the Carleton Ravens Figure Skating Team!

  • Meagan Simpson, Team Member 2011-2015

You can also learn more about the CollegiateSkate program stream through Skate Ontario.

2019 OUA Championship recap

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