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 McLeod played in the under-19 team's first international tournament, the third annual adidas Cup, in May 2001.  She started in goal for the May 29 match against China, which they lost 3–0.  She was the starting goalkeeper in a match against Japan on May 31, helping to record the first international win for Canada's under-19 team.  During Canada's final game of the tournament on June 2 against Finland, McLeod subbed in for Anne Ogundele during the second half.
She has stated that the transition was difficult for her due to the great depth of goalkeepers already with the national team, noting she often took the back seat to more experienced players, which affected her confidence.  In October 2002, McLeod was named to the 18-player roster for the 2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the qualifying tournament for the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup.  McLeod made one appearance during the tournament in Canada's first match against Haiti, allowing one goal in the 11–1 win.  McLeod was forced to leave the tournament early to return to her Southern Methodist University team in order to maintain her scholarship.  2003–2006: The struggle for caps From 2003 to 2006, McLeod made 22 appearances for the Canadian national team, four of those being in major tournaments.
 McLeod made the 18-player roster for the 2003 Algarve Cup in Portugal held March 14–20, 2003 and made one appearance during the team's final match against Greece.  She was the starting goalkeeper in four of five additional appearances for the national team in 2003, allowing six goals and recording one shutout.  In September 2003, McLeod represented Canada at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup though she did not make an appearance during the tournament.
 McLeod was named to the 22-player roster that represented Canada during the 2006 CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup in November, which served as the qualifying tournament for the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup.  As the starting goalkeeper for the semi-final match against Jamaica, she recorded a shutout, earning Canada the win and a berth to the championship final and 2007 World Cup.  In the championship final against the United States, McLeod was the starting goalkeeper and allowed one goal in regular time, leading to a tie after 90 minutes.
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McLeod and Masar have matching tattoos, which they received in the summer of 2015 following their wedding. The tattoo is simply composed of the word "one" located on the side of her ring finger. Player statistics World Cup and Olympic appearances Updated through 2016-06-16 Match Date Location Opponent CS Result Competition 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup 1 2007-09-12 Hangzhou, China Norway 2 90 1–2 L Group stage 2007-09-15 Ghana 4–0 W 3 2007-09-20 Chengdu, China Australia 79 2–2 D 2008 Women's Olympic Football Tournament 4 2008-08-06 Tianjin, China Argentina 2–1 W 5 2008-08-09 China 1–1 D 6 2008-08-12 Beijing, China Sweden 7 2008-08-15 Shanghai, China USA 19 Quarter-final 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup 2011-06-26 Berlin, Germany Germany 2011-06-30 Bochum, Germany France 0–4 L 2012 Women's Olympic Football Tournament 2012-07-25 Coventry, England Japan 2012-07-31 Newcastle, England 12 2012-08-03 Great Britain 2–0 W 2012-08-06 Manchester, England 120 3–4 L Semi-final 14 2012-08-09 1–0 W Bronze medal match 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup 15 2015-06-06 Edmonton, Canada 2015-06-11 New Zealand 0–0 D 17 2015-06-15 Montréal, Canada Netherlands 18 2015-06-21 Vancouver, Canada Switzerland Round of 16 2015-06-27 England Honours W-League Championship: 2004, 2006 Summer Olympics: 2021; bronze medal: 2012 International Tournament of São Paulo: 2010 Cyprus Cup: 2008,  2010,  2011 Individual All-WAC Tournament Team: 2001 NSCAA Central All-Region Team: 2001, 2002 All-WAC First-Team: 2001, 2002 Academic All-WAC Team: 2002 NSCAA All-American Third Team: 2004 All-Mid Atlantic Region First team: 2004,  2005 All-Big Ten First Team: 2004,  2005 NSCAA All-American First Team: 2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Third-Team: 2005 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year: 2005 M.
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