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Isabelle Morneau (born April 18, 1976 in Greenfield Park, Quebec) is a defender on the Canada women's national soccer team.

Morneau has been a member of Team Canada since 1995 and has played for her country in over 75 international matches which includes three Women's World Cups.[1] A gritty and hardworking player who has overcome many injuries throughout her entire career, Morneau is one of the veterans on the team and brings tremendous experience and know-how.[2]

Away from international soccer, Morneau played NCAA soccer at the University of Nebraska (1996–1999) and is one of the most decorated players to have graduated from the program. She was an All-American, All-Conference, All-Academic player who led Nebraska to its best NCAA Tournament finish during her Senior Year. She graduated from Nebraska with a degree in Psychology carrying a 3.6 GPA and received a scholarship from the Big 12 Conference for post-graduate studies.

Morneau currently resides in Longueuil, Quebec where she works as a physiotherapist when not playing soccer.

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