Natasha Anasi and Kim DeCesare recently started their professional careers in Iceland and Sweden, respectively.DURHAM, N.C. – As the summer comes to an end, former Duke standouts continue to make an impact in the soccer world.
Mollie Pathman – Duke '14
Forward, Boston Breakers
Pathman continues to see action for the Breakers, appearing in 17 games and starting 14. She has logged 1159 minutes so far, contributing one assist. Boston will face the Western New York Flash Friday, July 25 at 7:30 p.m.
Rebecca Moros – Duke '06
Midfielder, Portland Thorns FC
Moros has appeared in 15 of 20 games for the Thorns, starting 10. During 905 minutes of action, she took eight shots, four on goal. Portland currently owns an 8-6-6 record, good for third in the National Women's Soccer League. The Thorns will face Seattle Reign FC Sunday, July 27 at 4 p.m.
Natasha Anasi – Duke '14
Defender, IBV of Iceland
Anasi just recently signed with IBV of Iceland and has recorded 70 minutes thus far through one match. She scored a goal in a 4-2 loss to Breidablik in her professional debut. IBV currently ranks seventh in the Women's Premier League in Iceland with 12 points.
Kim DeCesare – Duke '13
Forward, Eskilstuna United DFF
DeCesare recently signed a professional contract with Eskilstuna United DFF of the Damallsvenskan League, which is the highest division of women's soccer in Sweden. Eskilstuna United DFF resumed training July 21 after having a 12 day break. DeCesare and Eskilstuna United DFF will return to action August 9 as they take on Vittsjö. DeCesare also saw limited action with the Boston Breakers before heading to Iceland.
WPSL and W-League:
New York Athletic Club (WPSL), 8-3 (1st in Tri-State Conf.)
- Katy Colas, Senior, M-F
o Colas has seen limited action this summer, appearing in only two games
- Audrey Gibson, Redshirt Junior, M-F
o Has played in one game this summer and has one assist
- Libby Jandl, Duke '13, D
o Jandl has seen action in two games
- Callie Simpkins, Duke '13, F
o Simpkins has not played this summer
Santa Clarita Blue Heat (W-League), 4-8 (6th in Western Conf.)
- Krysia Sikora, Sophomore, M
o Sikora has seen action in 10 games this summer for a total of 436 minutes. She also scored one goal and had one assist.
Colorado Rush Women (W-League), 6-3-3 (4th in Western Conf.)
- Lizzy Raben, Sophomore, D
o Raben concluded season with 12 games played, 1035 minutes, and one goal.
Alabama FC (WPSL), 6-4 (2nd in Southeast Conf.)
- Toni Payne, Sophomore, M-F
o Payne has appeared in five games this season, scoring three goals
Washington Spirit Reserve (W-League), 10-2-0 (1st in Northeastern Conf.)
- Kara Wilson, Junior, M
o Wilson has appeared in 10 games this summer, scoring two goals and one assist
- Gilda Doria, Redshirt Senior, M
o Doria has appeared in five games this summer for a total of 196 minutes
Oklahoma City FC (WPSL), 7-2-1 (2nd in Big Sky Conf.)
- Anastasia Hunt, Senior, D-F
o Hunt has appeared in two games this summer