|Pascale Pinard - 7
SENIOR SEASON (2011)
Started 17 matches as a midfielder ... scored UAB's first two goals of the season, a career-high ... totaled a season-high 26 shots, 12 on frame ... served as one of the team's captains ... named to the Conference USA All-Academic First Team.
JUNIOR SEASON (2010)
Started 18 matches ... scored her first career goal, the game-winner, against Southern Miss ... tied for second on the team with five assists ... totaled eight shots on the season, four of them on frame ... earned the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal and was named to the Commissioner's Honor Roll ... named to the C-USA All-Academic Team.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009)
Started 19 matches ... played a key role in UAB's seven shutouts ... took six shots on the season.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2008)
Stepped into a starting role in 16 games at defender for the Blazers ... also took seven shots during the season, including three shots-on-goal (.429) ... was named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... also earned the league's Academic Medal.
An experienced player who has competed in many international competitions ... a two-year member of the W-League's Laval Comets ... captained Quebec's team in 2004, where they finished second ... helped the U15 Developmental National Team finish second at an international tournament in Germany ... has been training at the National Training Center since 2004.
Full name is Pascale Pinard ... born March 9, 1990 in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada ... daughter of Raymond Pinard and Rejeanne Giguere ... has a younger sister, Caroline ... majoring in exercise science.