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Play it Forward Sport has relationships with hundreds of elite athletes at the professional and college level. These are among the top hockey, lacrosse, basketball, soccer, tennis and professional and division 1 college players in the country and the world. 

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Breanne Wilson-Bennett

Breanne is a professional hockey player for the Toronto Six of the National Women's Hockey League. When she was a collegiate athlete at Colgate University, Breanne discovered she had Type 1 Diabetes. Since her diagnosis, Breanne has graduated Magna Cum Laude, continued to play high level and professional hockey in North American and Sweden, and has become a "student of the disease." She does not let diabetes rule her life, and is an inspiration to all those with the disease and to young girls and women everywhere.

Read Breanne's story: HERE

Women’s Professional Ice Hockey Player

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Mikyla Grant-Mentis

Mikyla is a forward on the Toronto Six National Women's Hockey League franchise. In May 2020, Mikyla joined the Six before the team's first season and in the 2021 NWHL bubble she led her team and the league in scoring. Prior to playing professionally, Mikyla went to Merrimack College and played four years for the Warriors where she became just the second player in program history to score 100 points. After leaving Merrimack as the program leader in points, assists, and second in all-time goals, Mikyla played for the Buffalo Beauts of the NWHL in 2019-20.

Women’s Professional Ice Hockey Player

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