Shot by WF Hulda Arnarsdottir, SAVE Brooke Heinsohn. All rights reserved, Blue Devil Sports Network from Learfield IMG College Affiliates, video platform powered by CBS Sports Digital. Cosme, Sophie
National Team Experience: Trained with the U-14 National Team. DU substitution: Taylor Racioppi for Tess Boade. Choose a Player: ... 2018 ACC Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... First player in Duke women's soccer history to take part in the ACE Program. For GU: #1 SCHECHTMAN, Arielle, #4 CARUSA, Kyra, #27 LIVINGSTONE, Kelly, #10 GERMINO-WATNICK, P., #18 FARRELL, Caitlin, #23 NALLY, Meaghan, #16 NIZIALEK, Carson, #3 ROYSON, Jenna, #25 STAUDT, Jenna, #2 TRISSEL, Sarah, #12 NGUYEN, Grace.
Awards/Honors: ACC Honor Roll (2017, 2018). Header GOAL by DU Kat McDonald, Assist by Ella Stevens, goal number 1 for season. DU substitution: Lily Nabet for Mackenzie Pluck. Shot by GU CARUSA, Kyra, SAVE Brooke Heinsohn. DU substitution: Mackenzie Pluck for Taylor Racioppi. GU substitution: JACKSON, Boo for STAUDT, Jenna. Shot by DU Tess Boade, SAVE SCHECHTMAN, Arielle. SCHECHTMAN, Arielle at goalie for Georgetown. Blue Devil Sports Network from Learfield IMG College Affiliates, video platform powered by CBS Sports Digital. DU substitution: Marykate McGuire for Chelsea Burns. Box Score of Women's Soccer vs Duke on 11/18/2018.
There is no additional information to display: View Full Bio. All rights reserved, … 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team … 2017 ACC All-Tournament Team … 2015 All-ACC Freshman Team … 2015 TopDrawerSoccer Best XI Freshman Team …. Paschall, Mia Nabet, Robbie WF substitution: Estelle Laurier for Hannah Betfort. GOAL by GU FARRELL, Caitlin (FIRST GOAL), Assist by GERMINO-WATNICK, P., goal number 18 for season. *assisted by Grace Nguyen from top of box, shot by Kyra from top of box. Shot by GU GERMINO-WATNICK, P., SAVE Brooke Heinsohn. Shot by DU Marykate McGuire, SAVE SCHECHTMAN, Arielle. 1 Georgetown in the NCAA Round of 16, which also moved her into a tie for seventh with four-career assists in postseason action … Top five in program history with 18 NCAA Tournament points (2nd) and seven NCAA Tournament goals (7). DU substitution: Kat McDonald for Ella Stevens. LOU substitution: Brooklynn Rivers for Sarah Feola. Corner kick by LOU Allison Whitfield [03:55]. Stephenson, © 2020 Duke Athletics.
1 player in the Midwest Region and No. The official 2020 Women's Soccer Roster for the Duke University Corner kick by DU Karlie Paschall [44:52]. 58 in the class of 2016 by TopDrawerSoccer.com … Listed No. The official 2018 Women's Soccer Roster for the Syracuse University Orange Davis, Erin … Named to Dean’s List at Duke in the Spring of 2016 … Majoring in cultural anthropology with a minor in chemistry. Video Platform Powered By CBS Sports Digital, | The Official Site of Demon Deacon Athletics |. WF substitution: Abby McNamara for Estelle Laurier. Duerr, Julia GU substitution: GERMINO-WATNICK, P. for NIZIALEK, Carson. 2016 - Freshman (Stats): Saw action in seven matches as a rookie on the defensive end … Turned in a season-high 55 minutes in the season-opener versus Wofford … Attempted two shots versus Wofford and Pitt.
DU substitution: Mackenzie Pluck for Tess Boade.
GOAL by DU Kayla McCoy, Assist by Kat McDonald, goal number 7 for season. GOAL by GU GERMINO-WATNICK, P., Assist by CARUSA, Kyra, goal number 7 for season. Saw a season-high 17 minutes in Duke's 7-0 NCAA Tournament Second Round victory against Oklahoma State (Nov. 17). Nonie Frishette at goalie for Wake Forest. Church, Kieran Coles, Ruthie GU substitution: CAROLAN, Amanda for GERMINO-WATNICK, P.. DU substitution: Lily Nabet for Kat McDonald. WF substitution: Giovanna DeMarco for Peyton Perea. Photo Galleries. For DU: #16 Sydney Simmons, #12 Kayla McCoy, #3 Taylor Mitchell, #18 Karlie Paschall, #17 Ella Stevens, #22 Delaney Graham, #8 Tess Boade, #7 Taylor Racioppi, #9 Kat McDonald, #1 Brooke Heinsohn, #2 Chelsea Burns. LOU substitution: Sarah Feola for Emina Ekic. GOAL by DU Delaney Graham, Assist by Kayla McCoy. Jones, Tess DU substitution: Tess Boade for Lily Nabet. DU substitution: Marykate McGuire for Kat McDonald. The official 2019 Women's Soccer Roster for the Duke University . GU substitution: SHAVER, Meghan for TRISSEL, Sarah. For DU: #1 Brooke Heinsohn, #2 Chelsea Burns, #3 Taylor Mitchell, #7 Taylor Racioppi, #8 Tess Boade, #9 Kat McDonald, #12 Kayla McCoy, #16 Sydney Simmons, #17 Ella Stevens, #18 Karlie Paschall, #22 Delaney Graham. Shot by DU Ella Stevens, SAVE Gabrielle Kouzelos. Shot by DU Kayla McCoy, SAVE Gabrielle Kouzelos. DU substitution: Ella Stevens for Lily Nabet. WF substitution: Ryanne Brown for Giovanna DeMarco. DU substitution: Lily Nabet for Ella Stevens. 1 forward in the class by TopDrawerSoccer.com … NSCAA All-America in 2013 … Played club soccer for Eclipse Select and Sockers FC Chicago … A three-time team captain for her club team … Did not play high school soccer … An ECNL All-Elite Team selection and top 11 honoree … Led her club team to the national finals, Dallas Cup championship, “best 11” at US Nationals and Region II Championship in 2011 … Helped guide her club team to the State Cup Championship in 2009 and 2011 … ID2 National Champions and U14 National Champions in 2010. 7 overall in the South Atlantic Region … Slated as the seventh-best defender in the class … Finished her prep career with 108 goals and 36 assists … Gwinnett Daily Post Co-Girls Players of the Year in 2016 along with teammate Ella Stevens … NSCAA All-America … Notched 21 goals and 13 assists as a senior … Three-time Gwinnett County All-Region Midfielder of the Year in 2013, 2014 and 2015 … Three-time Goal Club Coaches All-County Team … Served as captain as a sophomore, junior and senior … Tallied 24 goals and 11 assists as a junior … NSCAA All-Region selection … Gwinnett Super Six honoree … Her team posted a 15-5-0 mark … Scored a career-best 35 goals and added seven assists as a sophomore … The 35 goals was a school record for a season … Gwinnett Super Six selection … Helped her squad finish with a 19-3-0 mark … As a freshman, scored 27 goals and had five assists … Helped lead her Parkview H.S. DU substitution: Taylor Mitchell for Remi Swartz. Shot by DU Kat McDonald, SAVE Nonie Frishette. DU substitution: Lily Nabet for Taylor Racioppi. Gabrielle Kouzelos at goalie for Louisville. Stam, Mackenzie View Full Bio. LOU substitution: Sarah Feola for Brooklynn Rivers. Stevens, Karlie Mitchell, Remi McGuire, Emmy WF substitution: Ryanne Brown for Hulda Arnarsdottir. DU substitution: Caitlin Cosme for Ella Stevens. 2017 - Junior (Stats): All-ACC First Team and United Soccer Coaches Second Team Scholar All-American that helped lead Duke to its fourth NCAA College Cup appearance … Paired with Imani Dorsey, the two tallied 28 combined goals to become the second highest scoring tandem in school history … Appeared and started in all 26 matches after missing the final 14 matches of the 2016 season … Recorded 14 goals on the year, tied for the team lead, while posting seven assists for 35 total points, finishing second for the Blue Devils … Her 14 scores finished third in the ACC and 12th nationally, while her 35 points came in at fourth in the conference and 10th in the NCAA … Also finished top five in the ACC with 0.54 goals per game and 1.35 points per game … Led a Blue Devil attack that made waves throughout the DWS record book, finishing tied for fourth in goals (60), placing fifth in shot percentage (.152), sixth in points (171), tied for sixth in assists (51) and ninth in shots (396) … Paced a Duke offense that finished second nationally in points with 171 and third with 60 goals, while tallying a 2.31 scoring clip that came in ninth in the NCAA … Her seven assists contributed to Duke's 51 on the year, which finished sixth nationally … Finished tied for sixth in single-season points and tied for seventh in goals … Recorded two multi-goal games, which finished tied for eighth in school history … Represented five game-winning goals, which is tied for fifth in school history and moves her career total to 10, which is tied for seventh … Recorded at least one point in six of the first eight games of the year, including two goals at No.
2018 - Senior (Stats): United Soccer Coaches First Team All-American that led Duke to the NCAA Round of 16 for the eighth-straight season … Capped her career as a leader of the all-time winningest class in Duke history, pacing the squad to 68 wins, highlighted by two NCAA College Cup showings … Started in all 22 of Duke’s contests in 2018, playing 1,691 minutes and recording a team-leading 12 goals, 61 shots and 36 attempts on goal along with eight assists (T5th ACC, 37th NCAA) … Led the team with 32 points, finishing second in the ACC and 24th nationally … Her 1.45 points per game average finished second in the ACC and 48th nationally … Finished tied for first in the ACC and 35th in the NCAA in goals, along with 0.55 goals per game that rounded out at second in the conference and 60th nationally … Tallied five game-winning goals on the year, finishing tied for second in the ACC and 25th in the country … Led the ACC with eight goals and finished second with 19 points in league matches … Paced a Blue Devil squad that recorded 16 wins, good for fifth in program history and putting all four teams she played on in the top five in single-season wins … The 2018 team also recorded 11 home wins, finishing third in program history … Recorded the fifth four-point game of her career and first since Oct. 22, 2017 with two goals against Wake Forest (Oct. 4) … Ended her career tied for fifth in Duke history with five career multi-goal game … Recorded the game-winning score in Duke’s 1-0 NCAA First Round win against Rutgers, rounding out her career with 15-career game winners, third in DWS history … With her goal in Duke's NCAA Second Round win against Lipscomb (Nov. 16), she finished with 38 goals for her career, coming in at fourth in program history … Finished fourth in DWS history with 93-career points after tallying an assist against No. Beyond the Buzzer (Student-Athlete Support). © 2020 Duke Athletics. DU substitution: Marykate McGuire for Kayla McCoy. The official box score of Women's Soccer vs Duke on 10/4/2018 Women's Soccer vs Duke on 10/4/2018 - Box Score - Wake Forest University Athletics Skip To Main Content
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