As a senior (?02): Injured her knee and was medically red-shirted?five points and five goals shy of becoming FAU?s all-time points and goals leader.
As a junior (?01): Played in 18 games, starting eight...was third on the team in scoring with seven goals and two assists for 16 points...scored game-winning goal against Campbell University (11/9) in the A-Sun quarterfinals...was named to the A-Sun 2001 All-Conference First-Team...was also named to the Third-Team of the 2001 NSCAA South Regional Team?five points and five goals shy of becoming FAU?s all-time points and goals leader.
As a sophomore (?00): Led the team in total points with 40 and goals with 17, while setting the single-season total points record and tying the goals record...had three goals in a game twice during the season...in both wins, scored all of FAU?s goals...also scored two goals in a game against Mercer (10/1/00)...had a season-high two assists against Jacksonville State (10/6)...was named Atlantic Sun Offensive Player of the Week twice...named to the Second-Team All-Conference and Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team.
As a freshman (?99): Attended St. Thomas University...played in 17 games and scored 17 goals and had eight assists...named Regional Player of the Year...selected Second-Team All-America and was a member of the All-Tournament Team at the NAIA National Championship...was also a member of the Jamaican National Team.
High School: Attended Dunoon Technical.
Personal: Finance major...born on January 6, 1978 in Kingston, Jamaica?daughter of Clifford and Olive Peart.
Peart's Career Stats
Five Owls Garner All-Conference USA Honors
Baker Named Conference USA Co-Coach of the Year
Owls Earn No. 3 Seed in C-USA Tournament
Owls Named TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week
Drinkwater Ties Record as Owls Draw at WKU
Claire Emslie Named CoSIDA Academic All-District
Women's Soccer Wraps Up Regular Season at WKU