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Debra ("Deb") Covey-Barnett (born September 7, 1961 in Biggar, Saskatchewan) is a former field hockey midfielder from Canada, who was a member of the Women's Senior National Team from 1985 to 1994. She earned a total number of 109 international caps for her native country.[1] Covey-Barnett has been assistant coach of the Junior Women's National Team since April 1996. She was the recipient of one of the most prestigious coaching awards, the 3M Coach of the Year, in 1996.[2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] International senior competitions 1986 – World Cup, Amstelveen (Bronze Medal) 1987 – Champions Trophy, Amstelveen (4th) 1987 – Pan American Games, Indianapolis (Bronze Medal) 1988 – Olympic Games, Seoul (6th) 1990 – World Cup, Sydney (10th) 1991 – Pan American Games, Havana (Silver Medal) 1992 – Olympic Games, Barcelona (7th) 1994 – World Cup, Dublin (10th) References ^ "Covey, Deb". Biggar Encyclopaedia. Wet Paint. 2009-10-24. http://biggarencyclopaedia.wetpaint.com/page/Covey%2C+Deb. Retrieved 2009-10-24.  ^ "2009 Field Hockey Coaching Staff - University of Calgary Dinos". University of Calgary Athletics. 2009. http://www.godinos.com/coaches.aspx?rc=114. Retrieved 2009-10-24.  ^ "Alberta Sport Hall of Fame Museum". Member Profile; Covey-Barnett, Debra (A). http://www.albertasportshalloffame.com/default.aspx?p=member&mid=51. Retrieved 2009-10-24.  ^ "Championship History: 2009 CIS Women's Field Hockey Championship". Canadian Interuniversity Sport. 2009. http://www.universitysport.ca/e/championships/w_fieldhockey/2009/past.cfm. Retrieved 2009-10-24.  ^ "Deb Covey". Wikipedia. wiki/Deb_Covey. Retrieved 2009-10-24.  ^ [|Rothbauer, Kevin] (March 30, 2000). "The Gauntlet Sports - Coach Covey-Barnett announces resignation". Gauntlet Publication Society. http://www.thegauntlet.ca/a/story/2352. Retrieved 2009-10-24.  ^ "University of Alberta Centenary 2008: Bakewell Trophy". Most Outstanding Female Athlete. University of Alberta. 2008. http://www.ualbertacentennial.ca/achievements/athletics/pandas/bakewell.html. Retrieved 2009-10-24.  ^ "Where are they now? - New Trail Magazine - University of Alberta". Debra Covey-Barnett, ’83 BPE, ’89 MA volleyball and field hockey. University of Alberta UofA Web Project. 2002–2009. http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/newtrail/nav03.cfm?nav03=65866&nav02=65853&nav01=65852#sidebar7. Retrieved 2009-10-24.   Canada squads v · d · eCanada squad – 1986 FIH World Cup 1 Bayes · 2 Berube · 3 Covey · 4 Lyn · 5 Branchaud · 6 Andrews · 7 Johnson · 8 Ballantyne · 9 Bauer · 10 Schleppe · 11 Conn · 12 Czenczek · 13 Forshaw · 14 Charlton · 15 Blaxland · 16 Creelman · Coach: Van der Merwe v · d · eCanada squad – 1987 Champions Trophy 1 Bayes · 2 Baker · 3 Covey · 4 Lyn · 5 Branchaud · 6 Levy · 7 Johnson · 8 Ballantyne · 9 Audet · 10 Schleppe · 11 Conn · 12 Czenczek · 13 Cuncannon · 14 Charlton · 15 Blaxland · 16 Creelman (c) · Coach: Van der Merwe v · d · eCanada squad – 1988 Summer Olympics 1 Bayes · 2 Baker · 3 Covey · 4 Lyn · 5 Branchaud · 6 Levy · 7 Johnson · 8 Slade · 9 Cooper · 10 Schleppe · 11 Conn · 12 Czenczek · 13 Forshaw · 14 Charlton · 15 Ballantyne · 16 Creelman (c) · Coach: Van der Merwe v · d · eCanada squad – 1990 FIH World Cup 1 Whitten · 2 Capperauld · 3 Covey · 4 Holt · 5 Croxford · 6 Levy · 7 Low · 8 Richardson · 9 Roebere · 10 Press · 11 Conn · 12 Kopeck · 13 Brough · 14 Gaiga · 15 Ballantyne · 16 Creelman (c) · Coach: Van der Merwe v · d · eCanada squad – 1992 Summer Olympics 1 Whitten · 2 Porteous · 3 Covey · 4 Low · 5 Croxford · 6 Levy · 7 Reid · 8 Jones · 9 Thomson · 10 Bowyer · 11 Conn · 12 Kopeck · 13 Brough · 14 Gaiga · 15 Field · 16 Creelman (c) · Coach: Van der Merwe Persondata Name Covey, Deb Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1961 Place of birth Date of death Place of death