2012 Canadian Women's National Team Training Camp
2012 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Participant
2012 U-17 Canadian Women's National Team
2012 CONCACAF Championships Silver Medalist
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the bright young stars emerging in the Canadian Women's National Team system ... A dynamic striker who joins the NCAA ranks as one of the world's top young scorers at the Under-17 level ... One of three members of Canada's U-17 Women's National Team invited to train with the full national team during its December training camp in 2012 ... Leading scorer for the U-17 Canadian Women's National Team during the 2012 season under the direction of head coach Bryan Rosenfeld ... Led her country to the quarterfinals at the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup held in Azerbaijan ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 51st minute in a 1-0 shutout of Colombia in Canada's second group play match on Sept. 25, 2012 ... Also cracked Canada's starting 11 in its first group play match against Nigeria and quarterfinal match against North Korea at the 2012 FIFA U-17 Canadian Women's National Team ... Set the Canadian U-17 national record with six goals scored at the 2012 Confederation of North, Central American & Caribbean Association Football Women's U-17 Championships held in Guatemala ... Guided the U-17 Canadian Women's National Team to a World Cup berth with her effort at the CONCACAF Women's U-17 Championships as she led the team to a silver-medal-winning second-place finish during the tournament ... Identified as one of the top prospects in Canadian football as a four-year veteran of the British Columbia Provincial Team from the U-13 through the U-16 levels ... Led British Columbia's U-16 Provincial Team to a third-place finish at the 2011 Canadian National Championships held in Hamilton, Ontario ... Top scorer for British Columbia while leading the team to the Western Canada Games Championship ... Coached at the provincial level by the likes of Markus Reinkins, Don Sparks, Ken Garraway and Steve Weston during her developmental years ... Joined the U-18 Elite Girls residency program with the Vancouver Whitecaps under the direction of Jesse Symons ... Coached at the club level by her father, Clive Clarke, with the Richmond Red Hot Selects ... Guided the Richmond Red Hot Selects to a pair of provincial championships at the U-16 and U-18 levels ... Also led the club to five-straight metro championships from the U-14 through the U-18 levels ... Top scorer in the metro league for three-straight seasons ... Also helped her club team earn a berth into the U-16 quarterfinals at the Canadian Club National Championships ... Has been a member of the TSS Premier Elite Team in the Pacific Coast Women's League under the direction of Colin Elmes ... Also plays soccer for her high school team at R.C. Palmer Secondary School.
Full name is Summer Anne Clarke ... Born on Sept. 15, 1995 ... Parents are Clive and Lisa Clarke ... Has one older brother, Caleb, and three younger sisters, Jade, Ebony and Aliya ... Brother plays professional soccer for the Vancouver Whitecaps Football Club and internationally for the Under-20 Canadian Men's National Team ... An honor roll student at R.C. Palmer Secondary School for three years from the eighth grade through the 10th grade ... A Super G Award recipient for grades Nos. 1-10 ... Honored with Richmond Recognition for outstanding personal achievement and Board of Education certificate of special recognition ... Currently undecided on what major she will pursue at LSU.