1999 MAC Hermann Trophy Winner
College: University of Santa Clara
Hometown: San Diego, CA
A two-time First-Team All-American, Clemens played in 95 games at Santa Clara and scored 67 goals to go with 67 assists. Both her goals and assists totals are tops in Bronco history.
In her senior season of 1999 she was award the Hermann Trophy and was named NSCAA Division I Player of the Year and the Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year. That year she set Santa Clara records for most assists in a season with 23 and points with 71 while finishing second in goals with 24.
Clemens won three straight WCC Player of the Year awards starting in her sophomore season and was named First-Team All-WCC each of those seasons as well as being Second-Team as a freshman. Clemens is tied for the Santa Clara all-time lead with 16 multi-goal games. Her 199 career points are 36 more than the next closest player.
In her four seasons on the Mission campus, the Broncos advanced to the College Cup each year. In NCAA Tournament play Clemens is second in Santa Clara history with eight goals scored and 25 points and third in assists with seven.
In 2000, Clemens was among the twenty founding players of the Women's United Soccer Association, (WUSA), the first official professional women's soccer league in the United States. From 2001–2002, she played for the Philadelphia Charge. After her second season in Philadelphia, team coach Mark Krikorian traded Clemens to San Jose CyberRays in exchange for a fourth round draft pick.
With the demise of WUSA, Clemens signed for pro–am Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) team San Diego WFC SeaLions for the 2004 season. In 2007 she joined WPSL team Ajax America Women.
Clemens's first appearance on the United States women's national soccer team was on February 24, 1999, in a 3–1 win over Finland in Orlando, Florida. She collected a total of five caps over the following three years.