Player Profile

Rosalie LaLonde

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Hometown :Saint- Clec, Quebec, Canada
Year In School :Sophomore
Major :Human Development and Family Sciences
  • 1Years On Team
  • Started Playing Adapted Athletics
  • BIO
  • Accomplishments in sport and/or school include:

    • Helped 2017-18 women’s team to a runners up finish at Nationals held in Marshall, Minn.
    • Averaged 10.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game in 2017-18.
    • Scored 14 points in the championship game versus Texas-Arlington.
    • Helped Alabama advance to the finals with 15 points in the semifinal win over Illinois.
    • Was presented the Stephanie Wheeler Performance Award and the Defensive Player of the Year Award following the 2017-18 season.
    • Has represented Canada in National competition.
    • In 2017, was a member of Team Canada squad that won first place at the Americas Cup in Cali, Colombia.
    • Claimed the title at the CWBL National Championship with Gladiateurs de Laval in Montreal in 2017.
    • Competed in the 2016 Paralympics held in Rio de Janeiro. At 19, was the youngest player on the team.
    • Named Wheelchair Basketball Canada Junior Athlete of the Year in 2016.
    • Won a silver medal at the 2015 Parapan American Games in Toronto.
    • Won the championship of the Canada Games with Team Quebec in Prince George, B.C. in 2015.

    Fun Facts:

    • Has traveled to more than 13 countries.
    • Plays the violin.
    • Claims that her French is 100% better than her English.
    • Played soccer for eight years.
    • Lists one of her skills as being able to do the wave with her tongue.
    • Would like to be a rehabilitation counselor upon graduation.

Accomplishments in sport and/or school include:

  • Helped 2017-18 women’s team to a runners up finish at Nationals held in Marshall, Minn.
  • Averaged 10.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game in 2017-18.
  • Scored 14 points in the championship game versus Texas-Arlington.
  • Helped Alabama advance to the finals with 15 points in the semifinal win over Illinois.
  • Was presented the Stephanie Wheeler Performance Award and the Defensive Player of the Year Award following the 2017-18 season.
  • Has represented Canada in National competition.
  • In 2017, was a member of Team Canada squad that won first place at the Americas Cup in Cali, Colombia.
  • Claimed the title at the CWBL National Championship with Gladiateurs de Laval in Montreal in 2017.
  • Competed in the 2016 Paralympics held in Rio de Janeiro. At 19, was the youngest player on the team.
  • Named Wheelchair Basketball Canada Junior Athlete of the Year in 2016.
  • Won a silver medal at the 2015 Parapan American Games in Toronto.
  • Won the championship of the Canada Games with Team Quebec in Prince George, B.C. in 2015.

Fun Facts:

  • Has traveled to more than 13 countries.
  • Plays the violin.
  • Claims that her French is 100% better than her English.
  • Played soccer for eight years.
  • Lists one of her skills as being able to do the wave with her tongue.
  • Would like to be a rehabilitation counselor upon graduation.