She is also a former player of the Ottawa Fury Women. Club
In January 2013, Nault signed a one-year contract with Swedish Damallsvenskan club KIF Örebro. She had been without a club since 2010, after her third stint with the Ottawa Fury ended.
Nault initially agreed to play for Quebec City Amiral South Carolina in 2012 if she was not selected to the Olympic team
She was included in Canada"s training camp in April and was later selected as an alternate player. She resigned for KIF Örebro DFF for the 2015 season.
Nault made her first appearance for the Canada women"s national soccer team on January 24, 2004, against China in the 2004 Four Nations Tournament. She represented Canada in the 2011 Fédération internationale de football association Women"s World Cup, playing in two games against Germany and Nigeria.
At the 2012 Olympics, head coach John Herdman initially selected Nault as an alternate, excluding her from the 18-woman squad.
However after Robyn Gayle and Emily Zurrer were injured in the group stage, Nault and fellow alternate Melanie Booth were selected as replacements. She would play in all of Canada"s remaining matches, including their bronze medal-winning match against France.