2010-11 Women's Soccer
Tamara Cormier
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Tamara Cormier
No.: 9
Pos.: MF/F
Cl.: Sr.
Ht.: 5-6
Hometown (Last School): Coquitlam, British Columbia (Burnaby)
Rosters: 2010-11 Women's Soccer
2009-10 Women's Soccer
DOLPHINS '10: Saw 16 minutes in the field at Clemson (8/22) in the only game in which she appeared.

DOLPHINS '09: Did not see any action as a junior.

DOLPHINS ‘08: Played in 18 matches, including four starts as a sophomore…scored a goal in overtime loss vs. UNC Asheville (9/14)…finished the season with five shots on goal on eight attempts...earned A-Sun all-conference honors and was named to the Dean’s List.

DOLPHINS ‘07: Started in 16 matches as a freshman…finished second in assists (5) and third in goals scored (2)…started the season with consecutive assists against Presbyterian (8/31) and Indiana (9/2)…scored first collegiate goal in JU’s 2-1 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/9)…recorded the game-winning assist for a 3-2 win over East Tennessee State (9/30)…tallied assists in the 4-0 shutout at Campbell (10/18)…had the lone goal in the 2-1 loss to North Florida (10/31)...earned A-Sun Academic all-conference honors and named to the Dean’s list.

HIGH SCHOOL: Spent two seasons at Burnaby Central High School before attending the British Columbia Soccer Association's Resident School Program of education and soccer excellence for provincial and national Players…while at the resident school, she was the top scorer in the Vancouver Metro Women's Soccer League three times which helped her provincial ODP team take home the 2006 Nike Friendship Cup gold medal…the squad also earned consecutive Surf Cup and Tournament of Champions Gold Medals (2004 & 2005)…was also a member of the Canadian Soccer Association National Training Center and the Canadian National Team Pool from 2004-05… at the club level, she played for the North Shore Select which earned a British Columbia Provincial Gold Medal twice and took the bronze medal at the 2006 Canadian National title…she also played for the Coquitlam City Inferno, which won Provincial, Coastal Cup and League Cup gold medals.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 17, 1989, in Vancouver, British Columbia…daughter of Ron and Sylvia…has two sisters: Candace and Kaylea…majoring is business administration.