CAREER: Registered six goals (four game-winning), seven assists and 19 career points...started 24 career games while appearing in 51.
2005: Recorded two goals, one assist and one game-winning goal on the year...set an individual career-high with three points with a goal and assist at Georgetown...one game winning goal vs. Georgetown...registered her second goal vs. Toledo.
2004: Started 16 of the 17 contests...led the team in goals (four), assists (four), points (12), and game-winning goals (three)...scored her first goal of the season on an assist from Rachel Vecchio during a 2-0 win vs. Bowling Green (Aug. 29)...recorded a season-high of three points in a contest with one assist and one goal in a 4-1 win vs. Duquesne (Sept. 3)...her third goal came unassisted in the 1-0 vistory over Old Dominion (Sept. 12)...registered the game-winning goal over St. Francis (Pa.) Oct. 19...supplied the only assist against Boston College (Sept. 26)...assisted Corina Sebesta during the contest with Villanova (Oct. 24).
2003: Appeared in 16 games for the Panthers...finished the season with two assists for two points and 13 shots...recorded her first career assist in the Panthers' 5-1 win against Jacksonville (Sept. 1)...assisted the game-winning goal against Georgetown (Sept. 26)...named a 2003-04 Big East Academic All-Star.
HIGH SCHOOL: Finished her four-career at Paul VI Catholic High School with 50 goals and 9 assists...two-time MVP award winner and PVAC All-Star Team during her freshman and sophomore years...named second Team All-Conference as a senior and Third Team All-Conference as a junior...earned the Women's Sports Foundation Washington, D.C. Community Action Program Team of the Year Award as member of the Washington International School Team...featured in the Washington Post's Sports Spotlight for scoring 10 goals in three games in one week as a sophomore...member of the BRYC Electra team for two years including winning the state championship in 2002...named most valuable player in basketball her freshman and sophomore years...member of the track and field team...president of the French Honor Society...recipient of the French Award and Environmental Science Award as a junior.
PERSONAL: Born November 24, 1984...daughter of Adeline and Jocelyn Francois...has one brother...family is originally from Haiti...majors in marketing.
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