Honors and Awards
Walsh was one of 12 Huskers to produce double figures in scoring with 12 points on five goals and two assists. Among her five goals, Walsh posted game-winners in Nebraska's 2-0 win over Denver and the Huskers' 7-1 win over No. 22 Baylor in the Big 12 Tournament. She added goals against No. 12 Conneticut, Tulsa and Iowa State, while producing assists against Colorado and Baylor.
Statistics only tell a small part about Walsh's importance to Nebraska's success in 1999. Walsh earned team Most Inspirational Player, Aerobic Power, Toughness, Aerial Power and Blue Collar awards in voting by coaches and players at the end of the season. Walsh's five team awards were the most on the squad.
Walsh also joined fellow seniors Lindsay Eddleman, Isabelle Morneau and Sharolta Nonen in the Umbro Select All-Star Classic.
A complete player on the field, Walsh was also an outstanding student, capturing first-team academic All-Big 12 Conference honors.
Walsh scored a season-high four points on one goal and two assists, while adding single goals against Southwest Missouri State and Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament. She added lone assists against Loyola-Chicago and Oklahoma State.
A dedicated worker both on and off the field, Walsh shared the Husker Power Award with Christine Gluck and earned Nebraska's Aerobic Power Award. Walsh also garnered honorable-mention academic All-Big 12 Conference honors.
She ranked fourth among the Huskers in goals scored with six and was Nebraska's fifth leading point-getter with 14. She recorded a pair of two-goal performances with the first coming against Arkansas and the second in a win at No. 4 Duke. She added single goals in wins over Missouri and Oklahoma. She posted one of her two assists on the season in the win over Arkansas for a career-high five-point performance. Her first assist came in a win at Colorado.
She earned athlete-of-the-year honors three consecutive years at Richelieu Valley High School. She also competed in basketball, ringette, cross country and track at Richelieu Valley and Champlain College (CEGEP). She won five medals, including a gold, two silvers and two bronze medals as a middle distance runner at Canadian Legion Nationals for 15-17-year olds.
Walsh was a teammate of Morneau on Quebec's Provincial Team and played with Morneau on the Canadian Under-20 National Team in 1996. Walsh also played for the full national team during the summer of 1997.