Luce Mongrain

11 January 1971
Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada
173 cm
North Carolina State University McGill University
Where they grew up
Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada
International "A" - CAN WNT
30 Appearances
24 Starts
0 Goals
0 Assists


Luce Mongrain

Luce Mongrain... speaks French and English... soccer family (daughter Anne Perreault)... both her mother Liliane Brousseau and father Théophile Mongrain were both born in Trois-Rivières... she grew up participating in soccer, basketball and hockey... studied international business at North Carolina State University... earned Bachelor, Education (Éducation Physique et Conditionnement Physique) from McGill University in 1994...

honoured by the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2021... honoured by the Quebec Soccer Hall of Fame (Temple de la renommée du soccer québecoise), the Mauricie Sports Hall of Fame, the Mauricie Soccer Hall of Fame, and the Order of the Vérendrye... she was part of the first Canadian team to play at the FIFA Women’s World Cup (Sweden 1995), recognised as a Canada Soccer Team of Distinction...

represented Canada at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Sweden 1995... won three Concacaf medals with Canada (1991 silver, 1993 bronze, 1994 silver)... represented Canada at the World Invitational Women’s Tournament (Chinese Cup 1987)... career 30 international “A” appearances across nine years from 1987 to 1995 with Canada Soccer's Women's National Teamwhen she left international football, she ranked seventh in international “A” appearances with Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team... held the distinction of being Canada’s youngest player at the national “A” level (16 years in 1987) until Christine Sinclair became the next 16-year old national player in 2000...

club career in Canada... a four-time Coupe du Québec provincial championship winner, twice with Dorval United SC (1990 and 1991) and twice with Lakeshore SC (1997 and 1998)... finished as high as third place at Canada Soccer’s National Championships in 1998... a one-time runner up at the CIAU Soccer Championship (1991)... a Canada Games bronze medal winner... a two-time Québec Soccer Senior Player of the Year... a CIAU Second All-Canadian Team (1991)...

said Mongrain in 1989 after her season at Cardinal Gibbons High School as an exchange student, “it was very difficult, harder than I had imagined, but I was too proud to give up and go home. Sports helped me me because they kept me so busy. I never really had a chance to sit around and feel sorry for myself. Plus, they got me involved and helped me make friends”... wrote Sylvie Béliveau in 1995, Mongrain was a “very experienced player, tremendously disciplined... she is a great leader both on and off the field”...

said Mongrain in 2021, “I really liked playing centre back because I liked being aggressive, I liked the physical play and taking on opponents. Canada was well known for working hard and challenging ourselves, but we had no comparisons because we were the first ones. It was a great group, we had a love for the game and we had passion”... said Mongrain in 2021, “it was a real privilege to wear the Canada shirt because Canada is such a great country. With that privilege comes responsibility, a responsibility to be a good ambassador for our country and that’s how we were. I was fortunate to wear the Canada shirt”... also said Mongrain in 2021, “in those years, we rarely had women’s soccer on TV and there were no commercials with women’s athletes, so my inspiration were my teammates and the coaches that helped me out during that journey. They were so generous and I was very fortunate to have exceptional people cross my path, so I am very thankful and grateful to them”...

said Suzanne Muir in 2021 of teammate Luce Mongrain, “she had great speed, good communicator, and a supportive team player. She was really passionate and someone who made people around them better, not just as a player, but also as a player”...

For Country

she was 16 years old when she made her debut for Canada (11 December 1987)... won a silver medal with Canada at the 1991 CONCACAF Women's Championship / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for China 1991... finished third with Canada at the 1993 CONCACAF Women’s Invitational Tournament... won a silver medal with Canada at the 1994 CONCACAF Women's Championship / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for Sweden 1995... represented Canada at the FIFA Women's World Cup Sweden 1995...

For Sport

served as a board member for the Fédération de soccer du Québec...

Individual Honours

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