Erin McLeod

Erin McLeod
Erin McLeod
Erin McLeod
Goalkeeper
Real Name: Erin McLeod
HT: 5' 8"
Age: 37 (02/26/1983)
Hometown: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

CLUB
2020: Signed by the Pride on Feb. 14 ... 2019: Appeared in 10 matches for Växjӧ DFF ... Registered her first league appearance with Växjӧ on April 17 ... Made her Club debut on Feb. 9 ... 2018: Signed with Växjӧ DFF of the Damallsvenskan on November 18 ... Did not appear for Sand due to injury ... Signed a contract with SC Sand in June of the Bundesliga ... Appeared in eight matches for FF USV Jena ... Registered two clean sheets ... Made her debut for Jena on Feb. 25 ... Signed for FF USV Jena on Jan. 25 for the second half of the Bundesliga season ... 2017: Appeared in 13 matches for FC Rosengård ... Made her Damallsvenskan debut on May 7 in a 5-0 shutout over Göteburg ... 2016: Signed with Swedish side FC Rosengård in February ... Appeared in two matches ... Forced to miss the entirety of the 2016 league season with an ACL injury ... 2015: Made 11 appearances for the Dash ... Registered 60 saves ... Missed nine games due to international duty ... 2014: Traded to expansion side Houston Dash in January ... Played 20 matches for the Dash ... Started 19 ... Recorded 83 saves ... Started in goal for the club’s inaugural match on April 13 against Portland ... Named team captain on April 8 ... 2013: Joined the Chicago Red Stars in January as part of the NWSL Player Allocation ... Started 16 matches for the Red Stars ... Totaled 64 saves ... Registered four clean sheets ... Started the Red Stars first-ever NWSL game on April 14 ... 2011-12: Signed with Swedish side Dalsjӧfors GoIF for the 2011 season ...Appeared in 10 matches for Dalsjӧfors ... Debuted for the Swedish side on August 13 ... Missed the majority of the season due to the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup ... 2010: Made 14 appearances for the Freedom ... Suffered an ACL injury on July 24 forcing the end of her season ... 2009: Signed with the Washington Freedom of the WPS as a post-International Draft discovery claim ... Started 15 matches ... Debuted for the Freedom on May 17 ... 2004-6: Played with the Vancouver Whitecaps in the USL W-League in 2004 and 2006 ... totaled 21 appearances through two seasons

INTERNATIONAL
2019: Appeared in two matches for Canada ... Recorded one clean sheet ... 2018: Made one appearance for the Canadian Women’s National Team ... Earned a shutout in her lone cap ... 2016: Registered three appearances for Canada all at the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifier prior to suffering a torn ACL in her right knee ... Recorded two shutouts ... 2015: Appeared in 12 matches ... Totaled 7 clean sheets ... Named to her third World Cup roster in April ... Started all five of Canada’s 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup contests ... Recorded three shutouts in the tournament ... 2014: Made seven appearances ... Started six ... Earned one clean sheet ... Earned her 100th cap for Canada on November 24 in a shutout victory over Sweden ... 2013: Started 13 matches ... Tallied eight clean sheets ... Named to the Four Nations tournament roster in January ... Started two of the three matches ... Recorded two shutouts ... 2012: Made 13 appearances ... Earned six clean sheets ... Named to her second Olympic roster ... Appeared in five of Canada’s six matches at the Olympic Games ... Secured a shutout in the Bronze medal match to help earn the country’s first-ever medal in women’s football ... 2011: Appeared in 11 matches ... Totaled 10 starts ... Earned five clean sheets ... Named to her second FIFA Women’s World Cup roster ... Appeared in two matches for Canada ... 2010: Made three appearances ... Registered one clean sheet ... Sustained an ACL injury in July to cut her international year short ... 2009: Appeared in one match for Canada against the U.S. on July 22 ... 2008: Totaled 18 appearances ... Recorded six clean sheets ... Represented Canada at the Olympics for the first time ... Played all four matches for Canada before suffering a torn ACL in the quarterfinals against the U.S. ... Recorded three shutouts at the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament in April ... Helped Canada set a CONCACAF record with 509 consecutive shutout minutes ... 2007: Appeared in six matches for Canada ... Tallied two clean sheets ... Named to her second FIFA Women’s World Cup roster ... Started in net for all three of Canada’s matches at the tournament ... Recorded her first shutout at the World Cup against Ghana ... 2006: Made 14 appearances ... Started 13 ... Totaled three clean sheets ... Represented Canada at the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup in November ... Recorded a shutout in the semifinal against Jamaica to qualify Canada for the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup ... 2005: Did not appear ... 2004: Appeared in two matches ... Started one ... Earned her sole cap on January 30 in a Four Nations Tournament match against China ... 2003: Made six appearances ... Started four matches ... Named to her first FIFA Women’s World Cup roster ... Did not appear during the tournament ... 2002: Appeared in six matches ... Tallied two clean sheets ... Debuted for the senior national team on March 3 in Canada’s second match at the Algarve Cup against Wales ... Recorded a 4-0 shutout win in her debut ... Made 14 appearances for the Canadian U-19 National Team ... Started all six of Canada’s matches at the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship ... Named to the FIFA All-Star Team following the tournament ... 2001: Appeared in eight matches for the Canadian U-19 National Team

COLLEGE
Graduated from Penn State University ... 2005: Started 24 matches ... Logged 2,187 minutes ... Recorded 85 saves ... Led the Nittany Lions to an undefeated regular season ... Named a MAC Hermann Trophy Semi-Finalist ... First Team NSCAA All-American honors ... All-Big Ten First Team ... All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team ... Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year ... Totaled 11 shutouts ... 2004: Transferred to Penn State University ... Appeared in 21 matches ... Started 19 ... Led the Big Ten in shutouts with 11 ... Recorded 56 saves ... Third Team NSCAA All-American ... All-Big Ten First Team ... All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team ... 2002: Appeared in 18 games for the Mustangs ... Registered 85 saves ... Totaled four shutouts ... First Team All-WAC ... Earned NSCAA All-Region honors ... 2001: Began her collegiate career at Southern Methodist University ... Made 18 appearances ... Recorded six shutouts ... Tallied 84 saves ... Earned First Team All-WAC honors ... NSCAA All-Region honors ... Named to the All-WAC Tournament Team


 

McLeod returns to the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) after spending the previous four seasons in Europe. Prior to the move overseas, McLeod featured for the Houston Dash as the team’s starting goalkeeper in the first two years of the franchise’s history, captaining the squad during its inaugural year. McLeod started her NWSL career in 2013 with the Chicago Red Stars before being traded to the expansion side. 
 
Over three NWSL seasons, the Alberta native compiled 47 appearances, starting all but one, with eight shutouts and 207 saves - the most in the league over that span. 
 
After 2015, McLeod elected to join FC Rosengård of Sweden’s Damallsvenskan where she featured for the team in 2016 and 2017. There, the goalkeeper helped lead Rosengård to two Svenska Cupen and a Svenska Supercupen titles. In Sweden, McLeod also played with current Pride players Marta and newly-acquired defender Ali Riley. 
 
Following her time with Rosengård, McLeod also had stints with Växjö DFF and German sides SC Sand and FF USV Jena. Earlier in her career, she played for two seasons with the Washington Freedom of the former Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) and won two W-League Championships with the Vancouver Whitecaps Women. 
 
The 36-year-old has had a decorated career on the international stage, featuring in Canada’s 2007, 2011 and 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup teams and its 2008 and 2012 Olympic squads. In 2012, McLeod helped lead the Canadians to the country’s first-ever medal in women’s football, posting a shutout in a 1-0 victory over France to win bronze. 
 
McLeod made her debut with Canada in March 2002 and has gone on to total 118 total caps and 45 clean sheets.
 
Collegiately, McLeod started her academic career at Southern Methodist University before finishing at Penn State University, where she earned First Team NSCAA All-American honors and was Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. 

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