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  Lise Léveillé
Lise Léveillé

Player Profile

Burnaby, British Columbia

High School:
Handsworth Secondary




As a Junior in 2003: Competed in 10 meets as an all-arounder ... Placed 33rd in the all-around (38.70), tied for 25th on vault (9.825), tied for 27th on bars (9.80) and recorded a 9.775 on beam in the preliminary round of NCAA Championships ... Tied for ninth place on vault (9.825) and bars (9.80) at NCAA Regional Championships ... earned all-conference honors as an all-arounder ... Matched career mark of 9.90 on vault to tie for fifth, took second place on beam (9.95) and matched career-high on floor (9.975) to tie for third en route to a third-place 39.675 all-around score at Pac-10 Championships ... matched career-high 9.90 on vault four times ... Scored a 39.125 or better in 10 all-around competitions, recording four first-place finishes ... tallied 11 first-place finishes overall ... Tallied a 9.90 or better 17 times overall ... Tied for first on vault (9.90), bars (9.925), beam (9.95), floor (9.95) and in the all-around (39.725-career high) against Arizona State ... Tallied first-place finishes on vault (9.90) and floor (9.925) versus OSU, SJSU, SPU ... Won the beam (9.95) and took second on vault (9.825) and floor (9.875) at Maui Invitational ... NACGC Academic All-American.

As a Sophomore in 2002: First Team All-American on beam ... Named a Second Team All-American on floor exercise as a result of her 9.875 showing at the NCAA Championships ... Recorded a 9.838 at NCAA's on balance beam to take sixth place honors overall ... Tied for first place with Lindsay Wing on beam (9.900) at NCAA Regionals ... Finished third at NCAA Regionals on floor with a 9.925 ... Scored a 9.900 on beam at Pac-10 Championships to tie for first place on the event with Wing ... Earned 2002 All-Pac-10 honors for beam ... Collected seven first place finishes for Stanford and her 9.950 against Arizona on Feb. 1 represented the highest Cardinal score on beam ... Against Denver, recorded a 9.875 on bars for her highest score in that event ... On floor, notched scores of 9.900 or better on five different occasions ... Earned NACGC Academic All-America honors.

As a Freshman in 2001: Put herself atop the Stanford record books after putting up a 9.975 on beam at the Pac-10 Championships, finishing in a first place tie with teammate Lindsay Wing ... First Team All-American led the Cardinal with an 11th place finish on floor in the NCAA event finals (9.850) ... Snagged first place at NCAA Regionals after scoring a 9.950 on the floor exercise ... Chalked up a 9.950 on the floor exercise at Pac-10 Championships to tie for second and help the Cardinal earn its second conference title in four years ... Competed in the All-Around five times, and posted a career-high 39.425 twice, most recently against Arizona State ... Named to Pac-10 All-Conference team for beam and floor ... Recorded a 9.900 or better on ten of her last eleven floor routines, including a 9.975 against rival California ... Finished tied for second place on the floor exercise with a score of 9.900 at NCAA Championships ... Also at NCAA Championships, finished tenth in the All-Around (38.900), tied for 16th on the vault (9.775), tied for 29th on the uneven bars (9.675) and 35th on the balance beam (9.550).

Club/High School: Member of the 2000 Canadian Olympic Team, and was a gold medalist at the 1999 Pan-American Games ... Helped Canada to a ninth-place showing in Sydney, placing 34th on beam and 51st in the all-around ... Placed fifth in the all-around in the 2000 Canadian Olympic Trials ... Has competed in 18 Canadian and international meets since 1995 ... At the 2000 Team Challenge in Rodez, France, featuring Canada, Germany, England and France, placed second on beam and led her team to a third-place finish ... Gold medalist on beam at the 1999 Pan-American Games ... Also finished fifth on bars at that competition as Canada won gold ... At the 1999 Stars of the World competition in Moscow, Russia, won bronze medal on beam while finishing eighth in the all-around ... Won bronze on beam (both individual and team) at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ... Took fourth on beam as Canada finished fourth at the 1998 Pacific Alliance Championships ... At the 1997 Junior Pacific Alliance Championships, won gold on beam and silver on vault ... Honor Roll student all four years at Handsworth Secondary ... Provincial Exam Scholarship Winner.

Personal: Born April 14, 1982 ... Daughter of Patti and Michel Léveillé.

Léveillé Year-by-Year High Marks

Year VaultBars BeamFloor AA
20019.850 9.8509.975 9.975 39.425
2002--- 9.8759.950 9.925 ---

Getting to Know Lise Léveillé
What is your favorite class taken at Stanford? ME 101 - Visual Thinking

What do you like most about the academic environment at Stanford? Everyone isn't insanely smart, like you would expect, and there is always somewhere to go and get help if you need it.

What do you see yourself doing in 40 years? Hopefully I'll have a big happy family, a job that I love doing, and be starting to think about my retirement. - 40 years from now is a long time...I'll be 60!

What would be your ideal career? I would like to be an orthopedic surgeon. Having been an elite athlete, I think it would be really cool to work with top-level athletes and be associated with a sports team.

What is your quirkiest study habit? I make up stories and songs to help me memorize things.

What is your best "get rich quick" plan? Apply for a copyright with Shelly for our Grandma Moses Greetings Company and sell baked goods, arts and crafts and really cool greeting cards.