In 2014 Emily Routhier was part of the Canadian team that finished third in the North American Zone of the IHF Trophy. She was also the second leading scorer for her fifth-place Sherbrooke club in the Circuit Quebecois D1 that season with 67 goals in 13 games. At the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Routhier led all Canadians with 16 goals scored in five matches, helping Canada to a seventh-place finish. Playing with Handball Estrie in the Circuit Quebecois D1, she led the league in scoring with 100 goals in the 2018-19 season, helping them to a second-place finish.
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT EMILY
Getting into the Sport: Started playing handball at age 8 or 9… Was drawn to the complexity of the sport… Outside Interests: Enjoys watching TV, running and doing other sports… Works as a social worker at a youth centre… Odds and Ends: Nickname: Emil… Inspired by 2010 Olympic bronze medallist figure skater Joannie Rochette for her perseverance… Collects keychains from her international travels… Favourite quote: Nothing great ever came that easy!
Notable International Results
Pan American Games: 2015 – 7th
Pan American Championships: 2013 – 9th
Pan American Junior Championships: 2014 – 5th; 2012 – 4th