Pope recently graduated as an undergrad in Criminal Justice where she was the student assistant coach for the Women's soccer team at LSU Shreveport. Now she will continue her education working towards her Masters in Liberal Arts as she begins her second season on the LSUS Soccer Coaching Staff, this time as a Graduate Assistant.
Pope was born in Ontario, Canada where she grew up in a small town called Belleville. Pope began playing soccer at the early age of 4. At the age of 7 she believed that girls' soccer was not aggressive enough so she decided to play on a boy's competitive team until the age of 16. At the age of 17 Pope decided to join a provincial team where they traveled every summer and throughout the year to play competitive soccer with a higher level of females. In high school she was named MVP for the girls soccer team all four years of high school and Athlete of the Year her senior year.
After high school she received a scholarship to attend Lon Morris Junior College where she led the team as a captain her sophomore year. Academically, she was on the honor roll both years that she attended Lon Morris College, and also was a part of Phi Theta Kappa for academic excellence. She graduated with an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice.
Pope played two seasons for the LSU Shreveport Lady Pilots soccer team where she received First-team All- Conference her senior year. She started every game her two years in the Lady Pilot Uni, where she scored 12 goals her senior year and lead the team with 8 assists.