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Imani

Dorsey

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Forward/Midfielder
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Elkridge, Md.
High School: Our Lady of Good Counsel

Bio

Professional: Selected by Sky Blue FC with the fifth overall pick in the 2018 NWSL College Draft … One of two Blue Devils selected in the top five of the draft (Rebecca Quinn - No. 3 to Washington Spirit), giving Duke two top five picks for the first time in school history and setting the program record for most first round picks.

Awards/Honors: 2017 ACC Offensive Player of the Year … 2017 United Soccer Coaches National Scholar Athlete of the Year … 2017 United Soccer Coaches First Team All-America … 2017 All-ACC First Team … 2017 United Soccer Coaches First Team Scholar All-America … 2017 nominee for soccer's Honda Award … 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team … 2017 TopDrawerSoccer.com Best XI Second Team … 2017 United Soccer Coaches All-East Region First Team … 2017 MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist … 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team … 2017 Senior CLASS finalist … 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team … 2016 All-ACC Second Team … 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team … 2014 All-ACC Freshman Team … 2014 TopDrawerSoccer.com Preseason Best XI Freshman Team … All-ACC Academic Team (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) … ACC Honor Roll (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018).

National Team Experience: Trained with the U-19 U.S. National Team in January of 2016 … U-18 National Team training camps in 2013 and 2014 … U-17 National Team training camp in 2011 … U-15 National Team training camp in 2011.

2017 - Senior (Stats): 2017 tri-captain … Closed out her collegiate career with one of the best seasons in school history, leading the Blue Devils with 47 shots, 38 points and tied for the lead with 14 goals and five game-winning scores while playing and starting in 25 contests … ACC Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the second player in school history to earn the honor (Casey McCluskey, 2004), as well as All-ACC First Team … Also tabbed United Soccer Coaches First Team All-America, National Scholar Athlete of the Year and First Team Scholar All-America, as well as CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team … Finalist for the Senior CLASS Award, semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy and nominee for the soccer Honda Award … Paced 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) … Set individual marks in the DWS record books as well, finishing fourth with 240 shots, tied for fifth with 22 assists, sixth with 80 points and tied for sixth with 29 goals on the career side … On the single season charts, she came in fourth in shots (87), tied for fourth in points (38) and tied for seventh in goals (14) … Tied the school record for consecutive matches with a goal, scoring in six-straight games from Aug. 20 to Sept. 8 … Led a DWS 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 10 assists contributed to Duke's 51 on the year, which finished sixth nationally … Tallied at least one point in 18 of Duke's 26 contests … Opened the season scoring six goals, one assist and 13 points over the first seven contests, including a career-high seven shots on goal against Auburn (Sept. 3) … Sank the first of four Blue Devil scores at No. 3 West Virginia (Sept. 8), as Duke routed the Mountaineers to end WVU's 43-match winning streak at home in regulation … Named to TopDrawerSoccer.com's Team of the Week three-straight weeks from Sept. 5-19 … Was tabbed the Duke Student-Athlete of the Week Sept. 13 after lead Duke to wins at No. 3 West Virginia and against No. 21 Utah … Scored the game-winning goal against Boston College on Oct. 29 to lead Duke to the ACC Tournament Semifinals … Set a career high with 12 shots and tallied the match's lone goal in the Blue Devils' victory against UNCG (Nov. 11) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament … Tallied one of Duke's seven goals in the win against Oklahoma State (Nov. 17) and tied a career high with two assists for a season best four points, helping lead Duke to the NCAA Round of 16 … Scored the winning goal against Texas in the NCAA Round of 16 (Nov. 19) … Put together a goal and an assist as Duke defeated Baylor (Nov. 24) to advance to the College Cup for the fourth time in school history.

2016 - Junior (Stats): Tallied seven goals, seven assists and 21 points … Started 22-of-23 matches at both the forward and midfield slots … Earned All-ACC second team honors … A CoSIDA Third Team Academic All-America and CoSIDA Academic All-District III first team honoree … Selected to All-ACC Academic Team … Ranked seventh in the ACC in points, 10th in points per game (0.91), tied sixth in assists, tied eighth in assists per game (0.30), fourth in shots (70) and eighth in shots per game (3.04) … Earned TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week in September, after totaling two goals and an assist at Virginia Tech … Posted goals against Wofford, UCF, Coastal Carolina, Wake Forest and NC State … Scored goals in three out of the first four matches … In ACC action, registered four goals over a four-match span … Added assists in the Illinois State and Northwestern matches during the NCAA Tournament … Posted game-winning goals versus Wofford, Coastal Carolina and Wake Forest … Attempted a career-high eight shots versus Northwestern in the NCAA third round … Played in 1,697 minutes.

2015 - Sophomore (Stats): Started 15-of-21 matches on the year … Notched five goals, three assists and 13 points … Scored the game-winning goals against James Madison in the NCAA Tournament first round and at fifth-ranked North Carolina … Added other goals against Fresno State, Pitt and NC State … Collected two assists in a 6-0 win versus Appalachian State … Totaled an assist on the game-winning goal at Miami … Missed the FGCU and Florida NCAA Tournament matches with an injury … ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 20, after totaling the game-winner at UNC … TopDrawerSoccer.com Honorable Mention Team of the Week Oct. 20 … Totaled 1,274 minutes and 37 shots.

Summer of 2015: Helped lead the Washington Spirit Reserves to the W-League Championship … Scored eight goals and had 18 points to lead the team … Selected W-League Rookie of the Year.

2014 - Freshman (Stats): Named to All-ACC Freshman Team … Started 16-of-18 matches as a freshman in the midfield and forward slots … Tallied three goals and two assists for eight points … Netted two goals in her first four collegiate matches against 13th-ranked West Virginia and UAB … Tallied her third goal against Pittsburgh along with an assist … Played 1,231 minutes and took 46 shots … TopDrawerSoccer.com Preseason Best XI Freshman Team.

Regional Team Experience: Maryland ODP First Team and Region I Interregional Team from 2007-10.

High School/Club: NSCAA Girls High School Scholar All-America National Player of the Year in 2014 … Ranked as the No. 3 overall player in the class of 2014 by TopDrawerSoccer.com and listed as the No. 1 overall forward … 2014 and 2013 Fall Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Maryland … Three-time First Team All-Gazette and All-State honoree … As a senior, named NSCAA All-America, Gazette Player of the Year, Met Player of the Year and WCAC Player of the Year … A two-time WCAC First Team selection … Posted 22 goals and seven assists in her senior campaign … Received the Good Counsel Coaches Award … Guided her Good Counsel squad to back-to-back WCAC Championships as a junior and senior, along with the title as a freshman … First Team All-Metro … As a junior, notched five goals and one assist, during an injury-shortened season … Honorable Mention WCAC … Notched 22 goals and eight assists as a sophomore … Earned First Team All-Metro and NSCAA All-Region … Received the Good Counsel MVP award … Led her squad to the WCAC quarterfinals … Totaled nine goals and 14 assists as a freshman … Earned Second Team WCAC and Second Team All-Metro … Competed for Maryland United FC ECNL U18 (formerly Freestate United and SAC United) … ECNL All-Event Team and ECNL Elite 11 Team … U15 National Finalist, U15 Disney Showcase Champions, U15 Jefferson Cup Champions, U15 National League Champions and U14 Regional Champions.

Personal: Full name is Imani Michelle Dorsey … Born March 21, 1996 in Towson, Md. … Daughter of Bruce & Kimberley Dorsey … Has two sisters, Nia (17) and Trinity (11) … Her sister, Nia, is a freshman on the Vanderbilt women’s soccer team … National Honor Society Vice President … A four-time Principal List Honor Roll selection … Named to the Dean’s List at Duke for the Spring of 2015 … Earned ACC Honor Roll accolades in 2015 and 2016 … Graduated in the spring of 2018 with a degree in environmental science and policy along with a marine science and conservation concentration and a energy and evironment certificate.

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