|Title:||Director of Soccer Operations|
|College:||New Hampshire '13|
Monique LaMotte, a four-year starter with the University of New Hampshire women’s soccer team and a 2012 graduate, signed on as the director of soccer operations for the women’s soccer program in August 2013.
Prior to assuming her current role, LaMotte had a distinguished career with the Wildcats. As a freshman, the Florida native started 18 of the 19 games she played in and registered five points on a pair of goals and one assist. She was named to the America East All-Rookie Team and the America East All-Conference Second Team as well as being an America East Academic Honor Roll selection. In her sophomore year with the team, LaMotte started all 20 games and notched eight points with three goals and two assists. Her third goal of the season came in the America East Quarterfinal matchup at Albany. She was honored as an America East Second Team All-Conference selection and was named to the All-Championship Team.
In her junior year, LaMotte started all 19 games played and totaled four points with a goal and a pair of assists. Her goal came in a 5-3 victory over Albany with a strike from well outside of the box. As a senior, LaMotte recorded four points on four assists. She was also named to the America East Academic Honor Roll as a senior.
Most recently, LaMotte was promoted to the Boston Breakers Reserve Team of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). She has also competed for the Seacoast United Phantoms of the Women’s Professional Soccer League from 2010-2013.