Jocelyn Cater is the youngest player to ever play for the Canadian National Team. In both 2010 and 2011 Cater represented Canada at the WBSC Women’s Pan Am Qualifier winning a silver medal at each event. In 2015 Cater and the Canadian team played again in the Pan Am Championships this time coming home with a gold medal and the first ever for Canadian softball at this event. Cater played minor softball with the White Rock Renegades. In 2012 at the Canadian Championships Jocelyn’s team again came home with a gold medal. As a member of the University of Washington Huskies in 2013, Cater and the Huskies finished 3rd place at the NCAA Division I Women’s College World Series. Looking to pursue academics, Cater made the move to Syracuse University, in Syracuse New York where she completed her standout college playing career in the Power Five, Atlantic Coast Conference and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Forensic Psychology.
Upon completion of her playing career, Jocelyn wasn't yet done with college athletics and accepted the job as pitching coach for NCAA Division I Canisius College in Buffalo, New York where she spent two seasons helping the pitchers improve their stats in the circle including ERA, strikeouts, and walks allowed.
In addition to her role as pitching coach for the UBCO, Jocelyn is a lead pitching instructor with Beyond the White Lines Softball, pitching coach for the Canada Futures collegiate experience team and recently accepted the position of assistant coach for Team B.C. that will compete at the 2020 North American Indigenous Games in Halifax, Nova Scotia.