Mary-Frances Monroe
Mary-Frances Monroe

Player Profile

Tariffville, CT

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2000 (UConn) —?Started all 26 games for the Huskies …?First-team NSCAA/adidas All-American …?Also selected as an NSCAA/adidas Academic All-American …?One of 11 players named to Soccer America’s Collegiate MVP squad …?Named a Hermann Trophy and M.A.C Award finalist …?First-team All-Big East selection …?NSCAA/adidas first-team All-Northeast Region selection … Finished the season ranked third on the team in scoring with 16 points (6g, 4a) …?Ranks sixth all-time in scoring at UConn with 117 points …?Tied for fourth all-time in goals with 45 and ranks eighth all-time in assists with 27 …?2000 tri-captain.

? 1999 (UConn) —?Played in all 25 games for the Huskies, starting in 24 …?Lead the team in points with 36 and goals scored with 15, plus added six assists … Nailed four game-winning goals versus West Virginia, Vanderbilt, William & Mary and Boston College in overtime at the BIG EAST Championships … Capped her 100th career-point in a win over Boston College in the NCAA Third Round, ending the season with 101 career-points … Earned 1999 All-BIG EAST First Team honors … Was named to the 1999 NSCAA/adidas All-America Second Team, to the NSCAA/adidas All-Northeast First Team and was a NEWISA All-New England First Team selection … Named to the Soccer America Team of the Week (10/20) and was named to the KeyBank Classic All-Tournament Team and the UConn/FILA Classic All-Tournament Team … Was named a finalist for the Hermann and M.A.C awards.

1998 (UConn) —? Leading scorer for the Huskies with 65 points on 24 goals and 17 assists and set the UConn single-season scoring record … First- Team All-America, All-Northeast and All-BIG EAST selection … BIG EAST Rookie of the Year … Nation's fourth leading scorer … Started all 25 games for UConn … Registered a point in all but three of UConn's contests … Holds school record for consecutive games with a point (15), scoring in each of UConn's first 15 games … MVP of the UConn Classic … Named to the Rutgers Classic All-Tournament team after posting five goals and three assists in two games … Selected BIG EAST Player or Rookie of the Week three times … Registered the game-winners in both of Connecticut's two NCAA victories, both of which came in the last 90 seconds of regulation.

U.S. National Team Experience — Traveled with Team USA to Australia in January of 2000, helping the U.S. win the Australia Cup ... Made her National Team debut against Australia on Jan. 13, 2000 ... Started for the U.S. on the 2000 U-21 Nordic Cup team, which won the championship in Germany ... Also played with the U-21 team in France in 2000.

High School/Club —? Was tabbed an All-American as a junior and senior at Northport High School … Led NHS to a state championship in 1996 and was team captain in 1997 … MVP in the county championship game in 1996 and 1997 … Ended career with 85 goals and 43 assists … National Honor Society member and a four year scholar athlete at Northport HS.

Personal —?Full name is Mary-Frances Monroe …?Daughter of Robert and Eileen Monroe …?Has three brothers, Jeff, James and Tim …?Also has a twin sister named Jean-Marie …?Majoring in sociology … Born February 7, 1980 in West Islip, NY.