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2019 OCAA Hall of Fame Inductee - Tracy Wong

2019 OCAA Hall of Fame Inductee - Tracy Wong

Category: Athlete
Sport: Badminton
Institution: Humber College
Inducted: 2019

Tracy Wong is the most decorated badminton student-athlete in OCAA history, having never lost a match in conference play. She is a five-time OCAA individual gold medalist, winning an additional four gold medals as part of Humber team championships. Nationally, she also won five CCAA medals and was named an All-Canadian on four occasions and CCAA Player of the Year twice.

Tracy made her OCAA championship debut in women's singles in 2011, winning OCAA gold before claiming the CCAA bronze medal. She became the first individual in eight seasons to defend her OCAA singles championship the following year and improved on her national ranking with a CCAA silver medal.

Tracy partnered with Renee Yip in women's doubles in 2013, and once again reached the top of the OCAA podium. She then capped off her season with the elusive CCAA gold medal. She was honoured as OCAA Athlete of the Year for her efforts.

Tracy made her move into mixed doubles in 2014, partnering with Andrew Lau. The end result was another OCAA gold medal and her second CCAA silver medal. She remained in mixed doubles in her final season, this time partnering with Adam Dong. Tracy ended her career with double gold, winning both the provincial and national championships.

Tracy is a four-time OCAA All-Star and four-time OCAA Women's Player of the Year.