FIRST SOCCER MEMORIES
My memories of my early soccer life are more like snap shots. I remember being 5 years old and sitting in a circle with my team, “The Strawberries,” and listening to our coach discuss positions.
Unfortunately what I remember most about that day was not listening to the coach, but rather starring at his leg muscles and being impressed by how big they were!!!!
Linda Consolante, who played for Canada in 2003, was also on that same team. She was by far the tallest player, but my only memory of her playing was when she wandered off the field picking dandelions. She has come a long way since then.
Chosen as the Greater Montreal Athletic Association's Most Valuable Soccer Player in 2000...Played for the Quebec Provincial Team from 1997-99...Was tabbed as MVP in '99 after helping club to silver medal at nationals.
Won two silver medals at the national club championships in 1997 and 1998 while playing for Lac St. Louis Lakers.
Attended National Training Center Camp for the Under-19 Canadian National Team in 2001..Was finalist for Player of the Year accolade in 1999 after being selected as the Most Valuable Forward on the U-19 Ballon
Member of the 1997 BKRA Ringuette Regional team in the Quebec Winter Games... Competed
with the Lakeshore A Feminin ice hockey team.
Selected 1998 - 1999 to the Quebec provincial Junior Rugby team ...