The 38 members of Alabama's 2011 National Championship football team that earned a place on the honor roll was eight more than the next closest school and included a dozen starters
2010 (JUNIOR): Was named a first-team NSCAA All-South Region selection ... named to the All-SEC first-team ... broke the Alabama all-time career saves record of 301 (Amy Pseja, 1994-96) ... also broke the Alabama career shutout record (Laura Lowman, 2001-04) ... started and played in 14 matches ... logged over 1318 minutes ... tallied five shutouts and 77 saves ... posted a .828 save percentage ... sported a 1.09 goals against average, allowing 16 goals in 1318:20 minutes ... had nine games in which she allowed one goal or less ... went 6-6-2 in the box on the season ... collected nine saves and allowed one goal in the season opening victory against Samford ... tallied her first shutout of the season at UAB (Aug. 22) ... after returning from Team Canada World Cup training camp she posted four straight shutouts ... was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week and garnered TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week honors after back-to-back shutouts against Mississippi (Sept. 24) and Mississippi State (Sept. 26) where she combined for 17 saves on the weekend ... tallied seven saves in a double-overtime scoreless draw at LSU (Oct. 1) ... recorded 10 saves and permitted one goal in a draw against No. 6 Florida on Oct. 8 ... tallied three shutouts and 63 saves during conference play ... posted a 1.29 goals against average and a .808 save percentage in 1048:20 minutes during that span.o:p>
2009 (RS-SOPHOMORE): Was named to the All-SEC second team ... led the SEC in saves per game (6.44) and ranked second in total saves (116) ... her 116 saves were tied for the fourth most in school history in a single season ... started and played in all 18 games, recording all 1664:14 minutes in goal ... posted a 1.41 goals against average, allowing 26 goals ... has nine games in which she allowed one goal or less, posting four shutouts on the season ... recorded eight or more saves on nine different occasions, including three instances of 10 or more stops ... was named to the Red Raider Classic all-tournament team after she allowed just one goal in 199 minutes of action, including a shutout in the championship game against TCU ... tallied 10 stops and did not allow a goal for the entire 110 minutes against Arkansas (Oct. 4) ... recorded a clean slate against Kentucky in 2-0 win (Oct. 16) ... made a season-high 11 saves in the season finale at Mississippi (Nov. 1) ... led the team with 1014:16 minutes played during SEC action ... posted a 1.42 goals against average and tallied 83 saves.
2008 (SOPHOMORE): Took the season off at Alabama to play for Team Canada at the U-20 World Cup in Chile.
2007 (FRESHMAN): Was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team ... rewrote the Alabama record books with 145 saves which ranks first all-time in the UA single-season annals and fourth all-time in the SEC ... ranked 10th in the nation in saves with 145, 11th in the nation in saves per game with 7.63 and 48th in save percentage with an .838 ledger ... set a UA Soccer Complex record with 16 saves against Tennessee on Oct. 25 ... that single game total also tied for the 24th most saves in a single contest in the nation ... was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week, garnered Soccer Buzz Team of the Week honors and was named Soccer America Goalkeeper of the Week for her efforts against Vanderbilt and Kentucky ... played 210 minutes in those two contests and allowed two goals and made 13 saves in the back-to-back games ... started and played in 19 games as a true freshman ... logged 1644:25 minutes in between the pipes ... allowed 28 goals for a 1.53 goals against average ... tallied an 8-10-1 record in net and recorded five shutouts ... recorded five or more saves on 16 occasions and over 10 saves four times ... first career collegiate appearance was at Duquesne where she tallied a shutout and recorded eight saves in a 1-0 victory on Sept. 2 ... blanked Mercer on the road in another 1-0 victory for her second shutout on Sept. 9 ... had back-to-back shutouts against Southern Miss and Mississippi Valley State on Sept. 21 and 23, respectively ... first career SEC victory came against Kentucky where she made 13 stops in a 2-1 win on Sept. 30 ... blanked Arkansas for her eighth victory of the season on Oct. 12 ... tallied 13 saves in a 1-1 tie against Vanderbilt on Sept. 28 ... recorded 11 stops against LSU on Oct. 14 ... played and started in all 11 SEC games ... logged 1020 minutes during SEC play ... allowed 21 goals for a 2.04 goals against average ... made 94 saves and had one shutout during the SEC slate ... is a member of the U-20 Canadian national team that won the CONCACAF team title and qualified for the U-20 World Cup in Chile.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Attended St. Ignatius of Loyola High in Oakville, Ontario ... played for the Toronto Lady Lynx in the W-League for coach Danny Stewart ... played for the Canadian National Team (U-18, U-17, and U-16) ... played for the Ontario provincial U-21 team ... was named the W-League Goalkeeper of the Year in 2006 ... was an All W-League honoree in 2006 ... was named to the All W-League Eastern Conference Team ... named the Lady Lynx Rookie of the Year ... provisional U-21 team was League Cup champions ... was a member of the Ontario provincial National All-Star team ... U-17 and U-21 Ontario Cup finalist ... gold medalist at the U-16 national all-stars in 2005 ... born March 20, 1989 ... daughter of Chris and Kim Bernier ... has one brother, Kristopher, and one sister, Danielle ... sister Danielle played for the Crimson Tide in 2007 ... also played ice hockey and basketball in high school and was the team captain for both squads.
Season GP Minutes GA GaAvg Saves Save% W L T Sho
2007 19 1644:25 28 1.53 145 .838 8 10 1 5
2009 18 1664:14 26 1.41 116 .817 6 11 1 4
2010 14 1318:20 16 1.09 77 .828 6 6 2 5
TOTAL 51 4626:59 70 1.36 338 .828 20 27 4 14