Honors and Awards
A senior and second-team all-conference selection, LeBlanc's career goals against average of 0.54 ranks seventh in NCAA Division I history, while her scoreless streak (710:22), which was snapped on Oct. 8, against Texas A&M, was the 11th longest in NCAA Division I history. Her name is also on the list at No. 14, after holding opponents scoreless from Sept. 26, 1999 to Oct. 10, 1999 (650 minutes).
LeBlanc, a native of Maple Ridge, British Columbia, earned national player-of-the-week honors from Soccer Times for the week of Sept. 25 - Oct. 1, after she posted her fifth and sixth consecutive shutouts against No. 24 Missouri (Sept. 29) and Kansas (Oct. 1). On the season, LeBlanc posted a school-record 14 1/2 shutouts.
She finished her career at Nebraska with a record of 60-6-3 (.870). The only other Big 12 goalkeeper with more wins is former Texas A&M keeper Melanie Wilson, who posted a career mark of 66-19-1 (.773) from 1996 to 1999.
In regular-season conference action, LeBlanc allowed four goals in 10 games (0.41). Through her career, LeBlanc posted a 0.42 goals-against average in league play (13 goals in 2,777 minutes), and recorded a 28-2-0 record.
Also the starting goalkeeper for the Canadian National Team, LeBlanc, who earned two assists in 2000, recorded 74 saves on the year, upping her school-best career total to 207.
LeBlanc did not allow a goal for six straight games from Sept. 26 through Oct. 10, a span of 650 minutes. She posted shutouts in seven Big 12 games and allowed only three goals in 10 regular-season conference games.
LeBlanc was even better in the NCAA Tournament, surrendering just one goal in 330 minutes with shutouts of Minnesota and Texas A&M, before posting a season-high 10 saves against Notre Dame.
LeBlanc earned first-team academic All-Big 12 honors for the second straight year and earned Nebraska's Most Improved Player award.