Born: Tomslake, British Columbia, January 21, 1960.
Steeped in soccer tradition from childhood, she played for the Tomslake Boys team at the age of 12 and then for the Tomslake Strikers girls team at 15. In 1978, she played in the first U18 Girls Club National Championships for Edmonton Ajax as a starting right fullback. With Heather Rennebohm, she organized a University of Alberta women's soccer club team which evolved into the Edmonton Angels. The Angels achieved considerable success claiming six National club titles in 10 years, five in succession from 1982 to 1986 and was team captain for nine years. She began lobbying the University of Alberta Athletics department for a varsity women's soccer team and helped to organize the women's university soccer league. The first official Canada West Women's soccer league was established in 1983. She was the first president of the CIAU Women's soccer coaches association between 1987 and 1995.
Tracy began coaching the University of Alberta Pandas soccer team in 1985. In her 15 years as head coach, the Pandas won two National Championships (1989, 1997) two silvers (1996, 1998) and three bronze medals (1988, 1991,and 1994). She has been honoured with three Canada West Coach of the Year awards as well as a CIAU Coach of the year award in 1989.
Tracy has also been involved as the Head Coach of many of Alberta's Provincial team programs as well as coaching in the High Performance Centre programs. She graduated from the University of Alberta with a BPE (1982) and a Bed (1995) and is pursuing a Masters Degree in Coaching Studies. She joined the Edmonton Internationale Azzurri team as a player in 1991.
Tracy played for the first Canadian Women's Soccer team in 1986 against the United States in Minneapolis. She played a total of 15 times for Canada between 1986 and 1990. Tracy is a fully certified B Licence coach and is currently the Head Coach of the University of Victoria Vikes Women's soccer team. She is currently the assistant coach of the National U17 Girls team.