Cowgirls' honors include Coach of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year
UW Took First-Ever Shootout 4-2
Senior Lucie McDowell Scored Ninth Goal of the Season
Wyoming Records Season-High 19 Shots
Cowgirls looking for third-straight home win
Junior (2013): Was one of three Cowgirls to start all 22 matches during the season... played in 2,097 of the 2,104 total minutes on the season, which is best all-time for a single season for UW...recorded a goal at Portland and an assist against Weber State for three points on the season... took 10 shots with three on goal.
Sophomore (2012 at Tennessee): Saw significant playing time in Tennessee's 3-2 win over Georgia ... a strong contributor in the Lady Vols' overtime win against William & Mary ... played a season-high 70 minutes in a win over Alabama.
Freshman (2011 at Tennessee): Saw action primarily as a defender, playing in eight games and starting four en route to 317 total minutes during the season ... was a major contributor to UT's defensive efforts in five straight shutouts, including one over No. 18 Texas A&M ... played a season-high 83 minutes in a win at Kansas.
High School: Was a multi-sport athlete at Kelvin HS, including cross country, basketball and ultimate frisbee ... was also a member of the Canadian U-17 women's national team, helping the team to a gold at the 2010 CONCACAF women's U-17 championship ... represented Canada at the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup ... was a member of the Manitoba Provincial Team from 2005-09 and team captain for the Canada Summer Games squad in 2009 ... in club soccer, helped the 2008 Bonvital Flames U-18 squad, the 2009 South End United team and 2010 WSA North Stars to national club titles ... also recruited by North Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Personal: Born March 23 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Her parents are Brendan and Nancy Clarke and has two siblings, Emily and Hugh. Has a Canadian Senior Coaching License. Career Stats