|Date of birth:||27. Nov. 1991||Nationality:||Canada|
|Home Town:||London Canada||Closest int. Airport:||#|
|Position:||point guard||Height:||180 cm|
|Year:||2017-18||Team:||Wasserburg D2 Germany|
|Stats||9 games, 34 min per game, 7,2 PPG 4 RPG 1,3 SPG 4 APG|
|Year:||2015-16||Team:||Würzburg, Germany D2|
|Stats:||8,2 pp 3,9 rpg 4,8 apg 2,1, spg|
|Year:||2013-15||Team:||University of Windsor CIS|
9.4 ppg, 4.6 apg, 3.8 rpg, 2.8 spg, 3PT: 32.7%,
FT: 82.6%-OUA Champion 2014 & 2015
-CIS National Champion 2014 & 2015 -Team Captain 2014-2015
|Year:||2009-2012||Team:||University of Vermont NCAA D1|
University of Vermont NCAA D1 (2009-2012):
AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Was a starter in 27 games, ranked 3rd among the America East leaders in minutes played, averaging 37.1 minutes per game. Averaged 7.6 points, 4.9 assists (ranked 2nd in the America East), and 3.8 rebounds per game.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Saw action in all 30 games and made 25 starts. Ranked seventh among the America East leaders in minutes played, averaging 36.4 minutes per game. Played 40 minutes or more 12 times. Handed out a career-best 104 assists and ranked second among the league leaders in assist per game (4.6). Scored a career-high nine-teen points at UMBC (1/15/11). Finished the season averaging 5.9 points and 4.2 rebounds per game.
AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Helped her team make it to the NCAA tournament, making school history with a first round win over Wisconsin. Played in 23 games. Made her collegiate debut in a win over Dartmouth, came off the bench to play 18 minutes and contributed nine points and three rebounds. Scored a season-high ten points versus Binghamton. Played 19 minutes in a win over Albany at Patrick Gym. Earned her first career start in the America East Quarterfinals versus Albany and played a season-high 21 minutes.
Canadian Development National Team Tryouts:
Lalonde was invited to participate in the National Team Tryouts in 2015 & 2016.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lalonde spent three years playing at Lasalle Secondary School in Sudbury ... As a senior she was invited to play for Canada Basketballâ€™s National Elite Development Academy (NEDA) and attended St. Mary's High School in Hamilton, Ontario ... Lalonde made the varsity basketball team at Lasalle as a ninth grader ... She helped Lasalle win three city championships, three regional championships and advance to the provincial championships three times ... As a member of the Ontario Provincial team she guided the team to four gold medals at the National Championship Tournament ... In 2006, Lalonde was named to the First Team All-Canadian squad and was the leading scorer in the OFSAA Championships, averaging 22 points over five games ... As a junior, she led the league in scoring, three-point shooting and free throw percentage ... She averaged 16 points, 10 assists and three steals per game in 2007-08 ... As a senior, she was one of 12 high school players in Canada selected to participate in the NEDA program ... The NEDA teams compete against a variety of opponents: Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) and Canadian College (CCAA) teams; select NCAA teams; American Junior College teams; prep schools; AAU teams; elite womenâ€™s club teams; and local high school boys teams.