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Schuyler DeBree

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Position: Forward, Defense
Hometown: Fair Haven, NJ
Age: 21 (09/05/1996)
Height: 5-8
College: Duke

Schuyler DeBree was drafted by the Washington Spirit with the first pick of the 2nd round (No. 11 overall) in the 2018 NWSL College Draft

PROFESSIONAL

Helped lead the Washington Spirit Reserves to the W-League Championship in 2018 … played in 10 matches and started on defense.

INTERNATIONAL

In May of 2015, trained with the U.S. U-19 National Team … competed with the U.S. U-20 National Team in April of 2015 during a training camp … invited to train with the U-18 National Team in July of 2014 … U-15 National Team Training in 2011 … U-14 National Team Training in 2010.

DUKE UNIVERSITY

Awards/Honors: 2017 United Soccer Coaches Third Team All-America … 2017 ACC Defensive Player of the Year … 2017 All-ACC First Team … 2017 United Soccer Coaches First Team Scholar All-America … 2017 United Soccer Coaches All-East Region First Team … 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team … 2017 TopDrawerSoccer.com Best XI Second Team … 2017 ACC All-Tournament Team … 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team … 2016 ACC All-Academic Team … 2015-17 ACC Honor Roll.

2017United Soccer Coaches First Team All-America … ACC Defensive Player of the Year … played and started in 26 matches during Duke’s 2017 season that culminated in the program’s fourth trip to the NCAA College Cup … played in a team-high 2,341 minutes and went the distance in a team best 22 contest…2016: Started all 23 matches on the defensive end … selected to All-ACC Academic Team … helped the Blue Devils register 11 shutouts on the season … tallied 1,924 minutes played, which ranked third on the squad … a CoSIDA Academic All-District III first team selection…2015: Started eight of her first 11 matches, before suffering a torn left ACL at Boston College Sept. 24 on the road … missed the remainder of the season … selected to TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week Sept. 22…2014: Made an immediate impact as a freshman starting all 18 matches on the defensive end … posted assists against eighth-ranked Penn State and Wake Forest … attempted five shots … helped lead the Duke defense to six shutouts on the season … played 1,315 minutes.