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Rebecca Quinn

Teams: Washington Spirit
Position: Midfield, Defense
Hometown: Toronto, CND
Age: 22 (08/11/1995)
Height: 5-9
College: Duke

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*Drafted by the Washington Spirit with the third pick of the 1st round (No. 3 overall) in the 2018 NWSL College Draft

AWARDS/HONORS
2017 United Soccer Coaches First Team All-America … 2017 ACC Midfielder of the Year … 2017 All-ACC First Team … 2017 MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist … 2017 United Soccer Coaches All-East Region First Team … 2017 TopDrawerSoccer.com Best XI First Team … 2015 United Soccer Coaches All-East Region Third Team … 2015 All-ACC Third Team … 2015 All-ACC Academic Team … 2014 & 2017 ACC Honor Roll.

INTERNATIONAL
Selected to Canadian Olympic Team to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, helping lead her squad to a bronze medal … competed for Canada in the 2017 Algarve Cup … named to Canada National Team for June friendly matches … helped lead Canada to the Algarve Cup title in March of 2016 … selected to Canada National Team for the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship … took the spring semester of 2015 off to train with the Canada National Team as the squad prepared for the World Cup … represented Canada in the 2015 Pan American Games … competed with the Canada National Team in March for the 2015 Cyprus Cup … represented her home country of Canada in January of 2015 during the China’s Four-Nation Cup … named to Canada’s U-20 Women’s National Team that advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup in her home country … she started every match on the defensive end … started for the Canada National Team versus the U.S., May 8, 2014 and played the entire 90 minutes on defense … competed with Canada’s full national team at the Cyprus Cup in March of 2014, seeing action in three matches … trained with the U-20 National Team in January, February, April and May of 2014 … traveled to Denmark in 2013 with Canada’s U-20 National Team … member of the U-17 Canadian National team in 2011 and 2012 … one of seven nominees for the Canadian U-17 Player of the Year in 2012 … led Canada to a quarterfinalist finish at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan in September of 2012 … silver medalist at the CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in Guatemala in May of 2012 … made her first appearance in the Canadian National youth program in 2010 at the game of 14.

DUKE UNIVERSITY
2017 – Redshirt Senior (Stats): United Soccer Coaches First Team All-America … became the first player in school history to be named ACC Midfielder of the Year … tabbed a semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy along with Imani Dorsey, as the two become the second and third players in DWS history to earn the honor … earned her second All-ACC honor, grabbing first team laurels … played in 22 of Duke’s 26 contests, drawing 21 starts and helped lead Duke to its fourth NCAA College Cup appearance … went the full time in seven matches … tied a career high with three goals, while setting career marks with 10 points and four assists … assisted on one of Duke’s four goals in a shutout victory at No. 3 West Virginia (Sept. 8), snapping WVU’s 43-match home regulation winning streak … scored on a 25-yard strike for the game-winning goal against No. 21 Utah (Sept. 11) … scored her second goal of the year on Senior Day against Miami on Oct. 15 … tallied one of Duke’s seven goals and assisted on two more (career best) for a career-high four points in the squad’s 7-0 victory against Oklahoma State (Nov. 17) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, earning TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week Honorable Mention honors … tabbed Preseason All-ACC … named to TopDrawerSoccer.com’s First Team Preseason Best XI. 2016 – Senior (Stats): Appeared in only four matches due to injuries and the Olympics in Rio … in four matches, helped the Blue Devils to three shutouts against Coastal Carolina, North Carolina and Minnesota … attempted 10 shots and notched two assists versus Coastal Carolina and Boston College … started three of the four matches she played … a Hermann Trophy watch list selection in the preseason along with preseason TopDrawerSoccer Best XI third team selection . 2015 – Junior (Stats): NSCAA All-Southeast Region Third Team … All-ACC Third Team … TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week … All-ACC Academic Team … started 20-of-22 games played … missed three matches with an ankle injury … helped lead a Duke defense that led the ACC with 14 shutouts, while ranking tied seventh nationally … that defense allowed only five goals over final 12 matches on its way to the NCAA College Cup … notched a key goal at fifth-ranked Florida to even the score, 1-1, in the NCAA Sweet 16 … scored the lone goal at Boston College in a 1-1 draw … attempted 11 shots and logged 1,974 minutes. 2014 – Sophomore (Stats): Started 12-of-14 matches played in the midfield … netted goals against eighth-ranked Penn State and NC State, including the game-winner in Raleigh, N.C. … added assists versus 18th-ranked Arkansas and LSU … played 1,060 minutes … missed four matches due to injury … attempted 27 shots. 2013- Freshman (Stats): Saw action in seven matches, starting four … notched one assist against Boston College Oct. 6 … injured against New Mexico Sept. 1 and missed next eight games … took four shots … played a career-high 90 minutes during Duke’s 1-0 win over Texas A&M Aug. 23 … saw action at Colorado College in the NCAA Tournament, but was injured … tallied 368 minutes played.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
Earned the Havergal College Suzanne Curtis Memorial Trophy and Athlete of the Year awards as a senior … member of the Erin Mills Eagles Soccer Club U-15 and U-16 teams … Canadian National U-16 Club Champions in 2011 … Ontario Provincial champions in 2010 and 2011 … member of the Scarborough Blues Basketball Club from 2009-13 … Ontario Provincial U-17 silver medalists in 2012 and U-16 gold medalists in 2011 … a four-year letter winner in basketball … MVP in 2010-11 … led her team to the CISAA Championship in 2009 and 2012 … a four-year letterwinner in volleyball … her team won the CISAA Championship in 2011.


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