Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Canada
High School
Ecole Secondaire Felix-Leclerc

2007 SEC All-Tournament Team
2007 ESPN The Magazine Second-Team Academic All-District IV
2006 U-20 Canadian National Team Member
2006 Soccer Federation of Quebec Senior Excellence Award
2006 NSCAA College Women Scholar All-South Second-Team
2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2005 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2005 SEC Academic Honor Roll

One of the most important players to ever wear the purple and gold … Helped lead the Tigers to their most successful season in school history as a senior … LSU won its first ever SEC Western Division title and earned its first ever trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2007 … Appeared in 70 games while making 66 starts from 2004-07 … Played primarily as a defensive midfielder and outside back with the Tigers … Scored two goals and recorded 10 assists for 14 points in four seasons … Represented LSU on an international stage while competing with the U-20 Canadian National Team … Played every minute for Canada in three games at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championships in Moscow, Russia … Competed in 12 international friendlies at the U-20 level … Earned four varsity letters during her career in Baton Rouge … A standout in the classroom, was also named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll twice.

Cracked the starting lineup in 19 of 20 matches in which she appeared during her senior season … Played primarily in the defensive midfield and along LSU’s back line … A defensive specialist whose job it was to man mark the top offensive threat on the opposing side in SEC play and during the postseason … Finished the season with one assist and one point … Credited with an assist on LSU’s first goal of the match in a 2-2 draw with Auburn in the first round of the SEC Tournament … Was named to the SEC All-Tournament Team for her performance … Attempted seven shots with two shots on goal during the 2007 season … Missed four games in the middle of the season due to illness … Earned ESPN The Magazine Second-Team Academic All-District honors for her performance in the classroom during the 2007 season … Earned her fourth varsity letter.

Missed the first game of the season while competing with the U-20 Canadian National Team at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championships … Played every minute for Canada during its stay in Moscow, Russia … Canada was eliminated from group play after earning a 1-2 record against China, Finland and Nigeria … Earned additional international experience while competing in a total of 12 friendly matches in Mexico (Jan. 18-27), Brazil (April 18-24), Finland (June 6-9) and Canada (Aug. 12) … Was presented the Senior Excellence Award by the Soccer Federation of Canada in December as the premier female soccer player in the province for 2006 … Was Quebec’s only representative at the U-20 Women’s World Championships … Started all 14 games in which she played for the Tigers during the 2006 campaign while playing as both a defender and defensive midfielder … Made her return to the lineup in LSU’s 2-0 shutout of in-state rival UL-Lafayette on Aug. 29 … Credited with an assist in LSU’s 1-1 draw against SEC Western Division rival Ole Miss on Oct. 1 … Forced to sit out five matches due to a high ankle sprain … Has scored two goals and 13 points during her career in Baton Rouge … Was rewarded for her dedication in the classroom by being named to the College Women Scholar All-South Second-Team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America … Earned her third varsity letter.

One of the key players in leading LSU to its first SEC Tournament appearance since 2002 … Started at midfielder in all 18 games she played in this season … Scored one goal and led the team with six assists for a total of eight points … Finished the season tied for fourth in the SEC in assists … Scored the game-winning goal in LSU’s 2-0 shutout of Belmont on Sept. 9 … Attempted 21 total shots on the season, including seven shots on goal … Has scored two goals and recorded eight assists in her LSU career for a total of 12 points … Named First-Team All-Louisiana … Earned her second varsity letter.

Played in 18 games with 15 starts during the season … Had one goal on 13 shots and two assists … Scored her goal against SEC opponent Alabama on Oct. 15 … Went home to Canada to workout with the U20
Canadian National team in Nebraska and Vancouver during the spring season … Spent the summer playing with a Women’s League team in Vermont … Also toured Mexico with the U20 Canadian National team over the summer … Earned her first varsity letter.

Came to LSU with an extensive international resume … Was a member of the U-19 Canadian National Team in 2004 and a member of the Quebec Provincial Team from 2000-04 … Won the silver medal at the Canadian National Championships in 2001 and a bronze medal in 2002 … Was the Provincial Defender of the Year in 2001 … Named a Soccer Buzz Top 20 International Recruit in 2004.

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