Diana Matheson has represented Canada at two consecutive Olympic Games. A 2012 bronze medallist, Matheson scored the lone goal in a 1-0 victory against France in the bronze medal match.
Matheson is a three-time FIFA Women’s World Cup team member and two-time Pan American Games medallist, capturing gold in 2011 and bronze in 2007.
Matheson made her debut for Team Canada in 2003 and has been playing at the highest level internationally since she was 15 years old. From 2008 through 2010, she played with Team Strømmen in Oslo, Norway.
A major in Economics at Princeton University, Matheson was voted the 2007 Ivy League Player of the Year and the 2008 Princeton Women's Athlete of the Year.
Sibling(s) Name(s) (date of birth):
Kathryn (1986); Stuart (1981)
Senior national athlete since:
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Org./ charities supported:
Because I Am A Girl
Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2011:
2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2010:
First in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying tournament
Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2008:
Quarterfinalist in 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2007:
2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Bronze in Pan Am Games
Career notes prior (excluding Olympic):
4th in 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Pan Am Games results — all events, all Games:
Bronze in 2007 Pan Am Games
World Championship appearances – Best results by year:
2003, 2007 and 2011 FIFA World Cup
4th in 2003 World Cup
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