The Edmonton Tsunami Water Polo Club is very excited to congratulate Robyn Currie who has committed to play NCAA Division 1 water polo at Mount St. Mary’s University! Robyn will be the first Canadian female athlete to join this program and will make an immediate impact as both an athlete and a leader. The Mount will add Robyn to their roster next season where she plans to pursue a degree in psychology.


Robyn has been a valued member of the Tsunami community for the past seven seasons.  During this time Robyn has distinguished herself as a talented athlete, exemplary student, natural leader and passionate coach. Throughout her highly decorated career Robyn has medaled at every Western and National Championship she has competed at. Her defensive versatility, playmaking capabilities, strong sense of the game, and leadership will transition her seamlessly to the NCAA.



“I am thrilled to see that Robyn will be joining the NCAA next season. Robyn has an exceptional work ethic and has earned this accomplishment through years of daily actions of excellence. Not only am I confident that Robyn will be an impact player in the water, but I know she will be a strong ambassador for Tsunami as she has repeatedly shown me her courage, grit and integrity. Robyn, I look forward to seeing you compete for The Mount and continuing to make Tsunami proud!”
– Raine Paul, Tsunami Head Coach


Over the course of Robyn’s club career she has proven herself to be a crunch-time player who steps-up under pressure. When other players begin to feel the heat, Robyn’s calm and confident demeanor acts as a beacon for her team. Scoring big goals in do-or-die moments, Robyn is the player you want in the water when the game is on the line. As both a defensive powerhouse and strong offensive contributor, Robyn’s game will continue to escalate in this next chapter of her career.


Aside from her accomplishments in the pool, Robyn’s actions outside the water will leave a lasting impact at Tsunami. As the 2019 and 2020 winner of Tsunami’s Outstanding Leadership Award, Robyn embodies all the values our club stands for. Time and time again our club has witnessed Robyn be there for her teammates and lead by example in difficult situations. While Tsunami will miss her strong leadership presence, we know that through the example she has set at our club we will see future leaders follow in her footsteps. Additionally, Robyn was recognized as the 2020 Student Athlete of the Year and 2019 Teammate of the Year.


“Robyn, congratulations on all your hard work paying off. You’ve earned this opportunity fully by committing to becoming the best water polo player and teammate you can be. The Mount has gained an integral piece! Good luck!”
Milan Laban, Tsunami NCL Coach


“The Mount has acquired a great asset with Robyn. Her passion, determination and leadership will serve her well as she makes the transition to the NCAA. Robyn, you will be missed on the Tsunami pool deck but we can’t wait to see what the next chapter has in store for you.”
– Emily Riddle, Tsunami NCL Coach


“Congratulations Robyn on signing with Mount St. Mary’s. Tsunami is extremely proud of you for furthering your education and continuing your water polo career. Robyn brings a calm focus to the game where her teammates come before her. Robyn is a selfless player that The Mount will be lucky to have in any situation. Keep up the hard work Robyn, you deserve it!”
– Vuki Radosavljevic, Tsunami NCL Coach


“Robyn has the maturity of a seasoned player and will be a great asset to any team or program. All the best Robyn!”
– Marina Radu, Tsunami NCL Coach


Beyond the club level Robyn is a four-time Alberta Provincial Team athlete where she has traveled to California and New Zealand to compete. As a Nationally identified athlete, Robyn has also trained at the Water Polo Canada Edmonton Regional Development Centre for the past three years. 


In addition to her strong presence as an athlete and leader, Robyn has been a coach at Tsunami and Riptides since 2018. Over the years Robyn has grown as a coach and empowers athletes through her passionate, supportive and experienced coaching style. As Riptides’ U12 Girls Assistant Coach this season Robyn has given her young athletes an exemplary example of resiliency, dedication and a team-centered attitude. 


Congratulations Robyn and best of luck in this next chapter. We look forward to cheering you on at The Mount over the next four years!

Robyn Currie Awards and Recognitions:

  • U19 NCL Girls Regular First Place Finish (2020)
  • MLWP Women National Championship Qualification (2020)
  • Edmonton Tsunami Outstanding Leadership Award (2020)
  • Edmonton Tsunami Student-Athlete of the Year (2020)
  • U19 NCL National Championships Silver Medalist (2019)
  • U19 NCL Western Championships Silver Medalist (2019)
  • Edmonton Tsunami Teammate of the Year (2019)
  • Edmonton Tsunami Outstanding Leadership Award (2019)
  • U19 NCL National Championships Bronze Medalist (2018)
  • U19 NCL Western Championships Silver Medalist (2018)
  • U16 NCL Western Championships Bronze Medalist (2018)
  • Team Canada Age-Group National Team Long-List Alternate (2018)
  • U16 Girls Defensive Player of the Year (2017 & 2018)
  • U16 NCL Western Championships Bronze Medalist (2017)
  • U14 NCL Western Championships Silver Medalist (2016)
  • Team Alberta (2015-2018)


  1. Grampa on April 30, 2021 at 9:45 am

    Congratulations Robyn! You set a goal and worked very hard to achieve it. I am so very proud of you! Now for that next goal!🙂

  2. Jennifer Casner (Robyn's Grandmother) on April 30, 2021 at 3:35 pm

    Robyn I am so proud of you, I will pray for you everyday for your success.

  3. Joseph Cang (Grandpa) on May 3, 2021 at 12:02 pm

    God Bless you today and always in your future endeavors. Love you Robyn…from: Lola and Lolo

  4. Betty Rawding on May 3, 2021 at 12:54 pm

    Wishing you all the very best in your endeavours, Robyn. May the road ahead be one of a life well-lived, full of adventure and well-deserved successes!

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