Goalkeeper Erin McLeod has represented Canada at two consecutive Olympic Games.
A 2012 bronze medallist, she started five out of six games for Canada posting a 2W-2L-1D record en route to the bronze medal in London.
McLeod was also Canada’s starting goalkeeper at the 2008 Olympic Games. She started every match for Canada during the tournament, posting a 2W-0L-1D record through the group stage.
McLeod has been in net during some of the biggest moments for Canadian women’s soccer. She was there when the upstart Canadian U-20 team made it all the way to the 2002 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Championship Final in Edmonton, where a record 47,000+ fans came out to watch. She was also the starter for Canada during the past two World Cups, in China in 2007 and in Germany in 2011.
A former goal keeper for the Vancouver Whitecaps, she never lost a regular-season match in her three seasons in Vancouver and captured two W-League titles in 2004 and 2006.
An Alberta-born “Right To Play” ambassador, McLeod played college soccer at Southern Methodist University and Penn State University.
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