Birth date: October 1st, 1984
Canadian Club: Dollard Water Polo Club
Hometown: Beaconsfield, QC
Education: Undergraduate Degree from Loyola Marymount University
Years on the National Team: 5
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Rosanna started playing water polo over 10 years ago. She began just for fun at Windermere Pool in the summer and started playing at the club level in Dollard, Quebec at age 13. She made the Quebec team at age 15 and made the Junior National Team at 17. Rosanna eventually became a part of the Senior National team at age 20.
Rosanna started her international water polo career on the right foot with a gold medal at the 2003 Junior World Championships in Calgary, Alberta. As one of the five players selected for the shoot out in the gold medal game versus the USA, Rosanna has showed her ability to perform under pressure. That goal is definitely one of the highlights of her career.
There have been many highlights since then, but the one in most recent memory is the silver medal at the World Championships in Rome in 2009.
When she isn't training, Rosanna enjoys singing, playing her guitar, reading, writing, watching good movies, going on adventures with great friends, and thinking of ways that she can change the world.
Rosanna obtained her Bachelors of Science in Biology with a minor in Music at Loyola Marymount University, and has started a Master of Liberal Studies at the University of Southern California.
Several National Championship titles as a member of the Dollard Water Polo Club.
2001 Junior National Championships – 1st
2002 Youth National Championships – 1st
2002 Junior National Championships – 1st
2004 Senior National Championship – 1st
2007 Senior National Championship – 1st
2nd Junior Pan Ams - 2002
1st Junior World Championships - 2003
1st at Commonwealth Games in 2006
2nd at Pan American Games in 2007
4th at Olympic Qualifications in 2008
4th at World League in 2008
2nd World League Super Final in 2009
2nd FINA World Aquatic Championships in 2009