Tulsa — A returning letterwinner and starter.
FRESHMAN (2002) — Started 18 of 19 games and turned in one of the best seasons in school history by a freshman . . . registered 11 goals and three assists for 25 points . . . her 25 points was the ninth-best point total in a single season and the second most by a freshman . . . her 11 goals tied her for seventh place for goals in one season . . . led the team in both goals and scoring and tied for second in assists . . . a first team all-WAC selection . . . became just the second freshman in school history to be named to the all-conference first team . . . named to the NSCAA Central Region Third Team . . . selected to the Soccer Buzz Central Region All-Freshman Team . . . twice named the WAC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 30; Oct. 21) . . . became the first freshman to earn the weekly WAC award twice in one season . . . selected as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year . . . named to the Golden Hurricane Classic all-tournament squad . . . tied a school record with three hat tricks in a single season with three goals each against Arkansas-Little Rock, Drury and Rice . . . recorded game-winning goals against Drury and Rice . . . registered one goal and one assist for three points vs. Arkansas . . . her assist against Arkansas came on Julie Twellman’s game-winning goal . . . also picked up the assist on Twellman’s game-winning goal against Fresno State . . . named TU’s “Player of the Game” against Arkansas-Little Rock, Drury and Rice.
PRIOR TO TULSA — A Canadian National Pool member . . . played on the U19 Canadian National Team . . . played high school soccer at Westsyde Secondary High School for four years . . . led her prep team to two AA Provincial gold medals and one bronze medal . . . was a two-time first-team all-star and led the league in goals as a junior . . . led her club team, the Kamloops Sharks, to four Provincial Championships and one gold medal, one silver medal and one bronze medal during her club career . . . also played for the Burnaby Canadians Club Team for one season . . . played two seasons for the British Columbia U17 all-stars . . . also played basketball, volleyball and track.
PERSONAL — A biology/pre-med major . . . born January 29, 1984 . . . daughter of Micheal and Arlene Fauteux . . . named to the TU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.
Fauteux’s Career Totals Year G-GS Shots Goals Asts Pts 2002 19-18 96 11 3 25
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