Director of Goalkeeping
A Bedford, NH native, Ouellet has worked with several girls teams for Queen City FC in both the spring and fall seasons, and is the club’s Girls Director of Goalkeeping. Currently, Ouellet is the Girls Soccer Head Coach at Rice Memorial High School, and previously served as the goalkeeping coach at Burlington High School. In all three seasons at the helm of Rice Memorial she has led the Green Knights to the Vermont Division II State Championship game, winning the title in 2019. In her first season (2017) with the Green Knights, Ouellet led the team to its first State Championship in 18 years. The Green Knights fell in penalty kicks to Milton in the state final after 2OT's and a 0-0 score. The team finished with a 15-3 record, and Ouellet was named the 2017 Lake Division Coach of the Year. In the 2018 season, the Green Knights fell 2-1 in 2OT. In 2019, she led the Green Knights to a third straight Championship appearance, ultimately capturing the schools first State Championship title in 20 years. During her tenure at Rice, Ouellet has coached 6 All-State players including a recent 2019 All-New England selection.
Ouellet spent her playing career at Saint Michael’s College, where she was the Purple Knights’ starting goalkeeper. Prior to Saint Michael's College, Ouellet played at Bedford High School in New Hampshire where she was a 4-year starting goalkeeper. In 2009 and 2010 she was selected for the NH High School All-State team. In addition, she was a 2011 Twin State Selection. On the club circuit, Ouellet competed for Granite FC C.O.E Wanders, and played in the former MAPLE league and NEP. She was a 2010 New Hampshire State Cup Champion with Granite FC.
Ouellet holds licensure through the United States Soccer Federation as she has acquired a USSF "E" License.