|High School:||CEGEP Eduard Monpetit|
In 2012: Achille started all 17 games for the Black Bears in her rookie campaign… She was named the 2012 America East Rookie of the Year… Also named to the 2012 All-America East Second Team and 2012 All-Rookie Team… Achille tallied two goals and three assists for seven points… Registered her first career goal in a 1-1 tie at UMBC (9/30)… Her second goal came in a 3-3 tie against Albany (10/18)… She tallied assists in three games; in a 5-1 win over the Citadel (8/24), in a 2-1 win at Rhode Island (9/16), and in a 3-1 win at Binghamton (10/7).
Before Maine: Represented Canada at the 2010 U17 Women’s World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago… Member of the Canadian National Training Center (Laval, Qc)… Represented Team Quebec at Canadian All-Stars in 2008 and 2009… Member of the of the Quebec Provincial Soccer team from 2007-2010… Represented Team Quebec at the 2009 Canadian All-Stars… As a member of the Patriotes de Longueuil Soccer Club for 14 years, she has helped lead her team to a first place finish at the Canadian Club National Championships in 2011 and second place in 2008… Voted the Women’s 2010 Patriotes de Longueuil club MVP... A member of the Quebec National Training Center Sport Etude program where she studied and trained with the best soccer prospects in the province… Received honors of “Best Global Performance”, Nominated for “Best Newcomer” in the 2006.
Personal: Born March 18th, 1994… daughter of Richard Achille and Julie Morasse… Sister to Laurie, Maude, and Penelope… First language is French... Plans to major in food and nutrition.
Charlene on UMaine: “I chose UMaine because I really enjoyed my visit. The staff and the team have a great program that fit me. Also, I think that the University of Maine will help me with my future; my education, and also help me become bilingual. I think that after my 4 years I will be well educated and have achieved my soccer goals.”
Coach Atherley on Charlene: “Charlene is an exciting player. Her vision and distribution skills, coupled with her natural athletic qualities make her a dangerous attacking player. Her versatility will afford us the opportunity to use her in multiple positions”.