2013 Canadian Women’s National EXCELeration Camp
2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Participant
2012 U-17 New Zealand Women’s National Team
2011 U-17 New Zealand Women’s National Team
2010 U-15 Canadian Women’s National Team
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the premier attacking midfielders in North America to join the NCAA Division I ranks for the Class of 2013 … Has competed at the highest levels of youth soccer worldwide as part of the Women’s National Team systems in both Canada and New Zealand … Invited to train with the best Under-20 players in Canada as part of the country’s three national EXCELeration camps held in Portland, Ore., Morgantown, W. Va., and Vancouver, British Columbia in the spring of 2013 … A veteran of the 2012 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan as a member of New Zealand’s U-17 Women’s National Team under the direction of head coach Paul Temple … Saw action in all but five minutes of group play at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in matches against Brazil, Japan and Mexico … Has earned eight caps as a member of the U-17 New Zealand Women’s National Team … Earned international experience in 2010 as a member of the U-15 Canadian Women’s National Team … Received an invitation to join head coach Dave Benning and the U-15 Canadian Women’s National Team in Florida for a two-week training camp in August 2010, where she was first identified by the LSU coaching staff … Attended the National Training Center in Vancouver at the U-14, U-15 and U-16 divisions while training with national coaches during her developmental years … Earned the title of “Player of Distinction” in the U-16 division while training at the National Training Center … A four-year member of the British Columbia Provincial Team from U-13 through its completion at the U-16 level from 2008-11 … Led British Columbia’s U-16 Provincial Team to a third-place finish at the 2011 Canadian National Championships held in Hamilton, Ontario, while assisting four goals during the tournament … Guided her U-15 Provincial Team to tournament titles at the Nike Friendship Cup in Portland, Ore., and the Western Canadian Prairie Invitational in Winnipeg, Manitoba, during the spring and summer of 2010 … Selected to the 2010 Prairie Invitational All-Star Team for her performance … A member of the U-14 British Columbia Provincial Team that won a silver medal at the 2009 BMO Canadian All-Star National Championships … Coached at the provincial level by Marcus Reinkens and Ken Garroway … A standout performer with the Vancouver Whitecaps club program during her brilliant youth career … Moved to Vancouver in 2011 to join the Elite Girls residency program with the Vancouver Whitecaps under the direction of coaches Hubert Busby and Jesse Symons … Competed in two Final Four events as a member of the Whitecaps … Coached by her father, Stefan Fletcher, at the club and metro levels as a member of the Victoria Capitals … Captained the Victoria Capitals to back-to-back third-place finishes in the U-16 Vancouver Metro League during the 2010 and 2011 seasons … Totaled 14 goals and 14 assists in 2010 and 10 goals and 15 assists in 2011 while leading the Victoria Capitals in scoring … Has traveled to such countries as Argentina, Azerbaijan, England, Germany, New Zealand, Switzerland and the United States while serving at the club, provincial and national levels … Also proved herself as a standout on the basketball court during her prep career at Semiahmoo High School in White Rock, British Columbia … Received a $1,000 scholarship as an Amazing Kid award winner by a local TV station in Vancouver for her many accomplishments.
Full name is Emma Shane Fletcher … Nickname is “Fletch” … Born on Feb. 4, 1995 … Parents are Stefan and Peggy Fletcher … Has two brothers, Harrison and Sam … Has maintained an impressive 3.8 cumulative grade-point average during her prep career at Semiahmoo High School … Is a passionate supporter of Liverpool Football Club … Also enjoys listening to music and reading in her spare time … Currently undecided on a major.