Tremblay, a 2013 graduate of MCLA, was a prolific scorer during the program’s highest time of success.
Tremblay burst onto the scene at MCLA as she became the first Trailblazer to be named the MASCAC rookie of the year. Tremblay's emergence helped lift MCLA to their first ever NCAA appearance in 2010 as they captured the MASCAC tournament championship. Her success didn't end there. Tremblay would go on to become a member of the 1,000 point club and eventually led the conference in scoring as a senior.
A prolific scorer, Tremblay is second all-time in total points at MCLA only trailing hall of famer Jen Wehner. Her final two seasons she tallied 822 points in a Trailblazer uniform alone. Her career stats read:
- 1,355 points
- 162 Three point field goals made
- 449 rebounds
- 263 assists
- 227 steals
Upon graduating, Tremblay became an assistant coach at Bard College and then later at Sage. After a brief move to Asheville, NC, Tremblay has since returned home to her native New York.