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Height: 5'2"
Year: Sophomore
City/State: Lehighton, Pa.
High School: Lehighton Area


2007: Saw action in all 20 games, getting one start ... tallied two goals on the year for four total points ... netted her first career goal versus Ohio University in the season-opening Champions Challenge (Aug. 25) ... also scored against Delaware (Oct. 20) ...

PREP: A member of the USA Field Hockey Futures Elite and Olympic Development Select squads in 2006-07 ... competed in Olympic Development Select U19 Argentina Tour ... a two-time first team All-State selection ... three-time first team All-Area ... helped Lehighton Area to three consecutive Mountain Valley Conference titles and the District 11 Championship in 2005-06 ... received Player of the Year recognition by Fox News, Blue Ridge TV and the Times-News in 2006 ... four-time National Indoor Tournament participant... AAU Junior Olympic Participant...four year National Futures Championship participant... a Scholar-Athlete and team captain as a senior ... netted 71 career goals ... also lettered four years in track as a sprinter ... holds the 100-meter dash school record (12.4) ... state finalist as the anchor on 4X100 meter relay ...

PERSONAL: Born February 3, 1989 ... daughter of Lisa Krause and Daniel Dagorn ... favorites include the color blue, calamari, John Mayer and The Pursuit of Happyness ... would like to spend a day with Will Farrell ... sports hero is younger brother, Danny ... most memorable field hockey moment was scoring the game-winning goal for the league championship against a rival team ... aspires to be a Secondary English Teacher and High School Coach of both Field Hockey and Track ...

COACH’S QUOTE: “Camille is very driven to impact Duke’s success. She has quick hands and feet and has very tight and skillful stick work and the desire to make a difference. It’s a potent combination for an attack player.”

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