Brent Mutis, CapU Sport Information & Compliance Officer
Natalie LeClerc and Brooklynn Doucette finished their Blues soccer careers as leaders on the field and in concluding their academic careers at CapU, they turned out to be leaders in their respective fields of study as well.
LeClerc and Doucette were recognized by University president Paul Dangerfield during June's convocation with the Dean's Award of Excellence for having the highest grade-point average (GPA) of all students in their respective areas of study. LeClerc's award was in the business administration degree program while Doucette's was for communications.
The honours are just the latest in decorated careers for both student-athletes. LeClerc was named the Blues Female Athlete of the Year for the 2019-20 season and for her career, the native of Port Coquitlam was a three-time Academic All-Canadian including this past season and a two-time CCAA National Scholar. She was a 2019 PACWEST conference all-star.
Doucette was a 2019 Academic All-Canadian, the same year she was named the CapU Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The Coquitlam product was a 2018 PACWEST conference all-star and was twice named a CCAA National Scholar.