Born: November 3, 1971 in Scotland.
Grew up and went to school in Brantford, Ontario. Played 29 times for Canada. Clubs: University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) 199194, Raleigh Wings (WLeague) 1998-99. An outstanding midfield player, she was a member of the Canadian team at the 1995 Women's World Cup in Sweden, and played in all three games. Played on four University of North Carolina NCAA national championship teams with an overall record of 97 wins, one tie and one defeat. She was also a four-time Atlantic Coast Conference regular season and tournament winner at the school, and a Soccer News first team All-American in 1994. Won the WLeague championship with the Raleigh Wings in 1998 and 1999. On retiring, she was named head coach at the University of Tennessee late in 1999, has compiled an impressive record as a coach and has lifted the Lady Vols to a level in the U.S. college game never before accomplished. Today, she is one of the finest coaches in U.S. college soccer.