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Eight Signees for the Class of 2021
Church Adds Eight Signees for the Class of 2021
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 02/06/2017
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DURHAM, N.C. – Duke University women’s soccer head coach Robbie Church announced Monday the addition of eight signees to the Blue Devil program.  Consisting of representatives from six states, Duke’s 2017 recruiting class has been tabbed No. 5 nationally by TopDrawerSoccer.com.

“We welcome the class of 2021 into our Duke family,” said Church.  “First and foremost, the quality of these young ladies is unbelievable.  All of them bring something different and they are wonderful young ladies that will really represent Duke University and our women’s soccer program in a first class manner.”

Tess Boade of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Gabi Brummett of Bow, N.H., Caitlin Cosme of New Hyde Park, N.Y., Taylor Mitchell of Tarzana, Calif., Lily Nabet of Los Angeles, Calif., Karlie Paschall of Brentwood, Tenn., Remi Swartz of Sanford, N.C., and Natasha Turner of Chapel Hill, N.C., will all attend Duke University in the fall and play soccer.

“This class is very diverse, which we need,” commented Church.  “We lost a really good group of seniors, but we have some key players coming back.  The class of 2021 has all played at a high level with youth soccer and high school soccer.  We expect them to have an impact in our program.”

In the latest TopDrawerSoccer.com individual rankings, Paschall is listed No. 10 overall and the No. 3 midfielder.  In ranking the top defenders in the class, Mitchell (5) and Cosme (7) were listed in the top 10, while Brummett (16) and Boade (18) were in the top 20 forwards ledger.  

A player-by-player listing is below:

Tess Boade
5-4  •  Forward/Midfielder  •  Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Valor Christian H.S.)

National Team Experience:  
Trained with the U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team … traveled with the U.S. U-17 Women’s National Team to South Korea in 2014 … participated in U.S. U-15 National Team training in 2014.

Regional Team Experience:  
Member of ODP Region IV team from 2012-13 … Colorado State ODP squad from 2011-13.

High School:
Ranked No. 40 overall in the TopDrawerSoccer rankings … listed No. 18 overall forward in the 2017 class … ranked No. 3 in the Rocky Mountains and Southwest … will play high school soccer in the spring of 2017 … did not play high school soccer as a sophomore and junior … as a freshman, missed half of the season due to an injury but still totaled four goals and four assists in seven matches … lettered in track & field as a sophomore and junior … All-State selection as a junior and All-Conference as a sophomore and junior … ran the 100m and 200m … lettered as a point guard from freshman through senior campaigns in basketball … helped lead her squad to two state championships and was second team All-Conference as a junior.

Club:  
ECNL Best XI in 2016 … attended the Nike National Training Camp in 2014, 2015 and 2016 … member of 2009 3v3 National Championship squad … participated in U.S. Club Soccer National id2 Training Camp in 2012 and 2013 … Rush Select ’98-99 semifinalist at the Presidents Tournament in 2012.

Personal:  
Full name is Theresa Stephanie Boade … born February 3, 1999 in Dallas, Texas. … daughter of Harold and Ellen Boade … has one brother, Roby (21) and one sister, Meg (14) … her mom played basketball at Columbia University (1984-86) … received Cum Laude honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior in high school.

Church on Boade:
“Tess is a very versatile player. She’s a wide player and is very tricky on the ball. We love players who can run at players, especially our attacking players. She plays with a great team called Real Colorado and they play in a great league.  She scores a lot of goals in her ECNL league. Tess has a really great opportunity to come in and see some major minutes for us. We’re really, really excited to have Tess join our program.”

Gabi Brummett
5-7  •  Forward  •  Bow, N.H. (The Derryfield School)

National Team Experience:  
Attended the U.S. Soccer U-14 National Team training camp in 2013.

High School:  
Ranked No. 25 overall in the TopDrawerSoccer class of 2017 rankings … No. 12 forward in the class … listed as No. 1 in the Northeast Region … 2016 American Family Insurance All-USA Preseason Girls Soccer Team … 2015 All-America selection … competed in the Girls All-America game and scored two goals in 2016 … set the New Hampshire girls soccer state scoring record with 226 goals … a three-time Gatorade New Hampshire Girls’ Soccer Player of the Year (2013, 2014, 2015) … received the Golden Boot award in 2013, 2014 and 2015 … three-time New Hampshire All-State First Team and Granite State South All-Conference Team … a two-time All-New England selection … as a junior, registered 86 goals and was named the NSCAA New Hampshire Player of the Year … two-time New Hampshire Division IV State Champion … tallied 70 goals as a sophomore and was a New Hampshire State Champion … MVP of the State Championship game … in her freshman season, notched 66 goals and was selected Rookie of the Year … earned TopDrawerSoccer Player of the Week in October.

Club:  
In the summer of 2016, competed on the FC Stars WPSL team … named one of the top 11 players at the ECNL National Training Camp … notched 23 goals during the ECNL season … FC Stars U-21 NE Premiership Champion … ECNL PDP Northeast New England … in 2015, selected one of top 11 players at the Nike National Training Camp … earned U-16 Best XI at the ECNL National Finals … her squad was a finalist at the ECNL National Finals  … collected 35 goals during the ECNL, which led the U-16 league … ECNL New Jersey Best XI Performers … ECNL PDP Northeast New England … helped her FC Stars team to the finals at the ECNL National Finals 2015 … in 2014, scored 28 goals during the ECNL season … TopDrawerSoccer Combine Best XI New England … in 2013, selected to Super Y ODP Select First Team … ECNL regular season Golden Boot Award … totaled 41 goals during the ECNL season … helped her team to a semifinals appearance in the ECNL National Finals … FC Stars Players’ Player of the Year.

Personal:  
Full name is Gabrielle Megan Brummett … born March 19, 1999 in Philadelphia, Pa. … daughter of Russ and Michelle Brummett … has two brothers, Mason (19) and Austin (12), along with two sisters, Adrienne (14) and Sheridan (12) … Austin and Sheridan are twins … her father played football at Harvard (1988-91) … her mother played soccer at Harvard (1987-90) … her brother, Mason, is a sophomore on the Holy Cross men’s soccer team ... member of the National Honor Society, Key Club and Gender Equality Club … University of New Hampshire Innovation Challenge winner … member of Highest Honor Roll all semesters.

Church on Brummett:
“The one thing Gabi does is score goals. Gabi has been a big time goal scorer on every level -- the high school level, the club level, she’s led ECNL in scoring in the past and she’s taken her team to the national championship of the ECNL. Gabi scores goals, but she doesn’t need a lot of chances to score goals. She doesn’t need five or six chances to score one goal. We’re excited about Gabi. She’ll come in, and she’ll play as a No. 9 position as a forward up high with us. We may play one or two next year, but Gabi really has an opportunity to see major minutes and make a major impact in our program.  I know she’s working really hard at this point. We’re excited to watch her transition from a very, very good youth player into the college game playing in the ACC.”

Caitlin Cosme
5-5  •  Defender/Forward  •  New Hyde Park, N.Y. (Herricks H.S.)

National Team Experience:  
Member of the U.S. U-15 and U-14 National Teams.

Regional Team Experience:  
ODP Interregional/Regional team/pool … participated in three ID2 camps … participated in two PDP for Northeast.

High School:
Ranked No. 32 in the TopDrawerSoccer 2017 class ledger … listed as the No. 5 defender in the class by TopDrawerSoccer.com and No. 1 player from the state of New York … All-America and Conference Player of the Year as a senior … tallied 11 goals and three assists … All-County and All-Long Island First Team … competed in the East/West All-American game and became the first defender to be selected MVP for the East squad … as a junior, notched 16 goals and five assists … All-County selection … helped lead her Herricks H.S. squad to the quarterfinals in the state playoffs as a junior and senior … registered eight goals and four assists as a sophomore … received All-Class accolades … competed in the 2015 and 2016 Nike National Camp, while earning 2016 Nike National Camp Top 11 Player honors.

Club:  
Member of the 2014-16 Long Island Fury WPSL team … competed with Team Albertson Fury … helped lead the Fury to the 2015 Elite Eight and 2016 playoffs.

Personal:  
Full name is Caitlin Cosme … born January 19, 1999 in New York … daughter of John and Hemel Cosme … has one sister, Taylor (19) … her father played tennis at Hampton University and Brooklyn College, before playing professionally from 1984-86 … her mother played tennis at University of Santa Barbara and then played professionally from 1988-91 … her sister plays tennis for Brown University where she is a sophomore.

Church on Cosme:
“Caitlin is a very unique player. She is one of the best leaders that we’ve ever seen as a youth player. She directs, she talks and she communicates.  Typically a center back, Caitlin is good on the tackle and she is strong. She comes from another one of our favorite clubs, the Albertson Fury. We’ve had a long line of girls (Maddy Haller, Cody Newman, Lorraine Quinn, Rebecca Moros) come in who played with Paul Riley. She’s tough, she’s going to give us some aggressiveness, she’s good with the ball and she’s got long service from the back.  Overall, she has a great skill set. We look forward to her battling and really pushing our players to be able to see minutes. I think Caitlin can have a major impact on our program.”

Taylor Mitchell
5-8  •  Defender/Midfielder  •  Tarzana, Calif. (Sierra Canyon School)

National Team Experience:  
Trained with the U-18 U.S. National Team … traveled to Spain and England with the U-18 National Team.

Regional Team Experience:  
Participated in the ODP program.

High School:
Rated as the No. 52 player in the class of 2017 by TopDrawerSoccer … in the defender rankings, listed No. 9 overall and is No. 13 in the Southern California region … a three-time First Team All-League selection … currently playing her senior season and has 14 goals and 11 assists through eight matches … two-time First Team All-CIF Southern Section as a sophomore and junior … tallied 19 goals, 10 assists and 48 points as a junior … nominated for California Gatorade Player of the Year … League MVP … helped lead her H.S. team to a 20-2-3 record and CIF quarterfinal appearance … as a sophomore, notched 18 goals, three assists and 39 points … led Sierra Canyon School to a 27-2-1 record, Division V CIF Southern Section champions and regional champions … registered six goals, six assists and 18 points during her freshman season.

Personal:  
Full name is Taylor Shelby Mitchell … born December 16, 1998 in Pasadena, Calif. … daughter of William and Shelle Mitchell … Head of School honors list as a freshman and senior … Dean’s List selection as a sophomore and junior … received the Trailblazer Award her junior season.

Church on Mitchell:
“Taylor is a back, but she can also play a number of different positions. She can play as a center back and she can play as a wide back. She’s very, very athletic. She’s good with the ball. She’s not only just a defender, she’s an attacker, which we really demand from our back players. She can get forward as she plays an attacking position at her high school and has been able to score a lot of goals.  So it’ll be interesting for us to find out what’s going to be the best fit for Taylor when she comes in. She’s been playing on national teams for the last couple of years, so she’s been playing at a very high level, and she plays at a very high level at club, while making a major impact there. We’re really excited to have Taylor in, we’re really anxious to figure out what’s going to be her best position since she’s so versatile and can play a number of different positions. We really think she’s going to have a great impact on our program.”


Lily Nabet
5-2  •  Midfielder  •  Los Angeles, Calif. (Chaminade H.S.)

Regional Team Experience:  
ODP team for the state of California.

High School:
Currently playing her senior season at Chaminade H.S. … as a junior, totaled seven goals and three assists … tallied three goals as a sophomore … earned Excalibur Tournament All-Tournament honors … opened her high school career as a freshman by registering two goals and two assists …

Club:  
Played for Real So Cal club team … qualified for U15 and U16 regionals … during the U18 season, tallied three goals and one assist in 12 matches.

Personal:  
Full name is Lily Shayan Nabet … born September 24, 1999 in Tarzana, Calif. … daughter of David and Shadi Nabet … has two brothers, Amin (24) and Matin (18).

Church on Nabet:
“We’re very excited to have Lily come in. Lily joined us a little bit later, but the number one thing that jumps out when you see Lily play is that there’s not a harder-working player on any team she’s ever been on. She is a box-to-box midfielder. She’s ferocious on the tackle. She’s not that tall, but she is very, very good in the air. She can play with her feet, also, so we’re very excited to have Lily come into the program. We think she’s going to really bring a lot of competitiveness to our program. She can play as both a low midfielder and a high midfielder. We are excited about Lily and look forward to her coming in and seeing where her role is on the 2017 team.”


Karlie Paschall
5-5  •  Forward/Midfielder   •  Brentwood, Tenn. (Ravenwood H.S.)

National Team Experience:  
Competed on the U-14 through U-19 U.S. Women’s National Teams with seven CAPS … competed with the 2014 and 2015 U.S. U-17 Women’s National Teams in the NTC Invitational Championships  and in Belfast, Ireland with the U-18s in 2016.

Regional Team Experience:  
2014, 2013 and 2012 Region III ODP … 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010 Tennessee State ODP.

High School:  
Listed as the No. 9 overall recruit in the 2017 class by TopDrawerSoccer … No. 4 midfielder in the 2017 class … in the TopDrawerSoccer regional rankings, listed No. 1 in the South … 2015 & 2016 NSCAA Youth All-America … 2016 Preseason All-America … 2016 High School All-America Game MVP … 2016 District 11-AAA Most Valuable Player … 2015 Tennessee Gatorade State Player of the Year … a three-time THSSCA All-State Team selection (2014, 2015, 2016) … 2014, 2015 and 2016 NSCAA All-South Regional Player … 2013, 2014 and 2016 Class AAA Tennessee TWSA All-State forward … 2013 and 2014 Tennessee Mid-State First Team honoree … helped lead her high school team to the 2013 and 2014 Region 6-AAA Championships … as a senior, notched 18 goals and 13 assists … totaled 10 goals and five assists during her junior campaign … as a sophomore, collected 42 goals and 19 assists … District 11-AAA finalist … District 11-AAA Player of the Year … posted 14 goals and four assists as a freshman … District 11-AAA Most Valuable Offensive Player … AAA Tennessee State Champion finalist.

Club:  
A 2016 Inductee into the Tennessee Soccer Hall of Fame … 2016 U.S. Youth Soccer U-18 National Champion … selected to 2016, 2014, 2013 and 2012 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship Best XI teams … 2016 U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championship MVP as the top scorer … U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Champions in 2016, 2014, 2013 and 2012 … seven-time Tennessee State Soccer Champion … 2015 U.S. Youth Soccer Region III finalist … 2014 U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional All-Star Team … 2013 U.S. Soccer Region II Midwest Region League Champions … 2012 U.S. Youth Soccer National finalists, while earning top scorer and Best XI honors … 2012 U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Premier League champions.

Personal:  
Full name is Karlie Allison Paschall … born January 22, 1999 in Murray, Ky. … daughter of Danny and Sharon Paschall … has one sister, Kelsie (21).

Church on Paschall:
“We are very excited for Karlie to come into our program. Karlie is a very versatile player. She has played a number of positions with her club team in Tennessee and they’ve won a couple of national championships. She has been on winning teams and she’s got a winning mentality.  Karlie works extremely hard and is very coachable. We see her as an attacking player and as a wide player.  She has a good pace, she can take on players, she’s got a great shot, she strikes a great ball across and she can shoot from outside. We think she can score goals from long distances for us.  She is able to beat players off the dribble, so we really like Karlie’s skill set. Now the national team has played her a lot in the back the last couple years, which is exciting for us because it leaves a little versatility. I don’t know if we’ll see that this year, but maybe over the course of four years she may end up there as a wide attacking back or even sometimes as a center back. But she has a lot of versatility and we are looking forward to bringing that into our program. We think Karlie will make an impact in our program early.”

Remi Swartz
5-9  •  Defender   •  Sanford, N.C. (Cary Academy)

Regional Team Experience:  
2015 USYSA National Training Camp participant … 2014 ODP Region III Player pool … 2013 and 2014 ODP Region III Camp selection … member of North Carolina ODP State Team from 2010-15.

High School:  
Ranked No. 64 in the TopDrawerSoccer South Atlanta region … has yet to player senior season of high school … a three-time NCISAA 3A All-State, NCISAA 3A All-Conference, NCSCA All-State, NCSCA All-Region and TISAC All-Conference selection … as a junior, totaled 15 goals and 11 assists, while playing in the midfield … registered two assists in a 2-0 semifinal win to lead high school team to the finals of NCISAA State Championship … team captain … notched seven goals and 12 assists as a sophomore … her squad advanced to the semifinals of the NCISAA 3A State Tournament … led her team to a 16-2 overall and 9-1 league mark … tied the school record for assists in a game with three as a sophomore and junior … as a freshman, notched four goals and seven assists, while playing defense … named Cary Academy Defensive Player of the Year … advanced to the finals of the NCISAA 3A State Tournament … became the first freshman at Cary Academy to receive All-State honors … only freshman in the state of North Carolina to be selected to the NCSCA All-State team in 2014.

Club:  
2016 and 2017 CASL ECNL U-18 Team Captain … 2016 ECNL Champions League qualifier … 2015 and 2016 Mid-Atlantic Conference, Chesapeake Division Runners-up … 2015 ECNL North American League qualifier … 2014 ECNL U-15 Champions League qualifier … 2013 and 2014 Mid-Atlantic Conference, Chesapeake Division Runners-up 2013 ECNL U-14 Champions League qualifier.

Personal:  
Full name is Remi Michele Swartz … born January 7, 1999 in Sanford, N.C. … daughter of Michael and Audra Swartz … has one brother, Andon (13) … selected to Headmaster’s Honor Roll each of her four years … National Honor Society as a junior and senior … member of Cary Academy Leadership Council as a senior and Beta Club each of her four years.

Church on Swartz:
“Remi’s another young lady who’s from CASL. We’re excited about Remi’s commitment. She’s a great young lady, always positive, always a fun person to be around. She is a defensive player.  Remi gets herself up and down the outside. She loves to attack from the outside. She has a good service and she’s a good one-v-one player. We’ve got a good group of back players coached by Carla Overbeck, so she’ll be a very fortunate young lady to come in and have Carla coaching her. We think Remi can really make an impact and we’re excited to have her come in and join our program.”


Natasha Turner
5-10  •  Defender/Midfielder   •  Chapel Hill, N.C. (Carrboro H.S.)

High School:  
A three-time All-Conference selection as a freshman, sophomore and junior … is currently playing her spring season … All-Region honoree as a sophomore and junior … received All-State recognition as a sophomore … two-time captain as a junior and senior … helped guide her Carrboro H.S. team to a 21-1-2 overall and 10-0 conference mark during her junior season … notched nine goals and nine assists from the defensive center mid position … guided her team to the state championship … MVP of her team … totaled 25 goals and six assists as a sophomore … helped her team to a 21-0-1 record and 10-0 conference ledger … MVP of her team … helped lead her squad to the state championship … her Carrboro H.S. team allowed only two goals, which was a NCHSAA record … registered two goals and six assists as a freshman.

Personal:  
Full name is Natasha Katrina Turner … born June 24, 1999 in Nyon, Switzerland … daughter of Graham and Caroline Turner … has two brothers, Christopher (27) and Sebastian (20) along with two sisters, Benedikte (19) and Chloe (16) … her uncle, Kristian Park received his PhD from Duke in 2000.

Church on Turner:
“Natasha Turner, probably of all the girls, has grown the most over the last two or three years and we are excited for Natasha to come into our program. We look at her right now as probably a center back for us. You know, we deal with Lizzy [Raben] graduating last year and Rebecca [Quinn] coming back, but Rebecca could play in the back or could play in midfield. Natasha can come in and make in impact with our program right away. She is good in the air, she can play with her feet and she is aggressive. She plays with CASL in Raleigh, which has been a great club for our program over the years. Christina [Gibbons] came from CASL so we look for Natasha to come in and make an impact.  We expect her to grow over the next four years and we are very excited to have Natasha in our program.”

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