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Height: 6'1"
Year: Redshirt Freshman
City/State: Norfolk, Mass.
High School: The Rivers School


National Team Experience: Traveled to Spain in March of 2017 with the U-20 National Team … member of the 2016 U-20 Women’s National Team that competed in the U-20 World Cup in Papua New Guinea … traveled to England in July of 2016 with the U-18 National Team … worked with the U-20 National Team in June of 2016 … trained with the U-18 National Team in April and May of 2016 … traveled to La Manga, Spain to compete with the U-18 National Team in February and March of 2016 … attended the U-20 National Team camp in January of 2016 … on the U-20 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying roster in San Pedro Sula, Honduras that won the championship … trained with the U-20 National Team in August of 2015 and then in September of 2015 was in the Honduras Camp where she collected her first international shutout … made first international cap in an August Mexico City Camp in 2015 with the U-18 National Team … member of U-17 National Team in 2013 … U-15 and U-14 Girls National Team pool.

2017 - Redshirt Freshman (Stats): Appeared in six contests (two starts), earning two wins and four saves on 14 total shots faced … registed one solo shutout and three combined clean sheets with senior EJ Proctor … made her debut on Aug. 20 in Duke's 2017 home opener against Xavier, making one save en route to leading the Blue Devils to a 3-1 win … started and went the full 90 against UNCW (Sept. 1), making one save and registering the first solo shutout of her career … spent the final 26:45 in goal in Duke's 7-0 victory against Oklahoma State in the NCAA Tournament Second Round.

2016 - Freshman: Redshirt the season due to being with the U.S. U-20 National Team at the World Cup.

Regional Team Experience: Traveled to Russia in 2014 with the ’96 Region I Team … member of ’98 Region I Team that went to Costa Rica in 2013 … ’98 Interregional Event (2012-14) … ’98 Region I Team (2011-14) … ’98 Massachusetts ODP team (2010-14) … ’97 Region I Player Pool (2010-11) … ’97 Massachusetts ODP team (2009-10).

High School/Club: Ranked No. 24 in the class of 2016 by … is No. 2 overall in the Northeast Region rankings … tabbed as the top goalkeeper in the class … Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year for 2015-16 … 2015 NSCAA All-America … 2015-16 ALL-USA Girls Soccer First Team … two-time First Team All-ISL as a junior and senior … collected 49 shutouts in 58 high school appearances for The Rivers School … led her squad to back-to-back ISL Championships in 2014 and 2015 … NEPSAC Class B Champion in 2013 and 2015 … as a senior, tallied nine shutouts in 11 matches … First Team All-State and All-New England … allowed only two goals in 10 matches and recorded shutouts in all three NEPSAC tournament games … selected to play in the Girls All-America Game … co-captain … collected 13 shutouts in 17 matches as a junior … ISL finalist … NEPSAC Class B semi-finalist … registered 13 shutouts in 15 matches as a sophomore … ISL finalist … as a freshman, tallied a career-high 14 shutouts in 15 matches … NEPSAC Class B and ISL finalist … played with the New England Futbol Club (NEFC) since 2008 … U-18 NPL National Champion in 2015 … U-18 State Cup Champion in 2015, U-18 Regional Cup Champion in 2015 … U-16 Mass State Cup finalist in 2014 … U-15 Mass State Cup semifinalist in 2013 … U-14 Mass State Cup finalist in 2012 … U-13 Mass State Cup Champion in 2011.

Personal: Full name is Brooke Elizabeth Heinsohn … born March 11, 1998 in Newton, Mass. … daughter of Paul and Carmel Heinsohn … has two sisters, Danielle (24) and Victoria (21) … her grandfather, Tommy, played for the Boston Celtics (1956-65), coached with the Celtics (1969-79) and has been the television announcer for the Boston Celtics since 1980 … her father, Paul, played football at Duke (1978-80) and graduated in 1982 … her mother, Carmel, graduated from Duke in 1982 … her sister, Danielle, played soccer at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (2010-13) … The Rivers School Honor Roll from 2012-15.

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