Some of the best players in Utah women's basketball history have come from north of the border.

Julie Brosseau 2018-Present G Repentigny, Quebec
Niyah Becker 2018-Present G/F Winnipeg, Manitoba
Andrea Torres 2018-Present F Terrebonne, Quebec
Maurane Corbin 2017-Present F Saint-Bruno, Quebec
Daneesha Provo 2015-Present G Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Emily Potter 2013-2018 F Winnipeg, Manitoba
Paige Crozon 2012-2017 G Humboldt, Saskatchewan
Michelle Plouffe 2010-14 F Edmonton, Alberta
Taryn Wicijowski 2009-15 F Regina, Saskatchewan
Sasha McKinnon 2005-10 G Langley, B.C.
Jessica Perry 2004-08 F Guelph, Ontario
Marie Warner 2004-07 F Hamilton, Ontario
Shauna Brouillard 2003-07 F Sudbury, Ontario
Shona Thorburn 2002-06 G Hamilton, Ontario
Kim Smith 2002-06 F Mission, B.C.
Katherine McColl 1998-2002 F Hamilton, Ontario
Erin Gibbons 1998-2002 G Salmon Arm, B.C.
Amy Ewert 1997-2001 G/F Vancouver, B.C.

Eighteen Canadian-Born student-athletes have played for the Utes since 1997-98, with at least one on the squad each year and at least two playing together since 2009-10.

Whether it is the FIBA Americas, the Commonwealth Games or the Olympics, the Utes have been well represented by Team Canada in recent years.

Kim Smith, Shona Thorburn and Michelle Plouffe have played for the Canadian National Team in recent years with Emily Potter and Daneesha Provo getting action on the senior team in a four-game exhibition series in Asia in 2018.

Smith, Thorburn and Plouffe went to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio as Canada placed seventh. They also played for Canada when it defeated the Unites States for the gold medal in the 2015 Pan American Games and captured gold at the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship.

Gaucher and Thorburn played significant roles for the Canadians during the 2012 Summer Olympics when they finished eighth. Gaucher averaged 13.8 points per game, while Thorburn averaged 10.5 points and 4.5 rebounds during the tournament.