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Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
City/State: Springfield, Va.
High School: West Springfield


Career: Finished her career ranking second on the Duke all-time points (95), goals scored (40) and shots (233) lists ... her 15 assists ranks tied for ninth on Duke’s list ... a four-time first team All-ACC selection, becoming only the 15th ACC player to be selected four times and the second Duke athlete.

Senior (2004): Named second team Soccer Buzz All-America, ACC Offensive Player of the Year, first team All-ACC, second team District III CoSIDA Academic All-America and NSCA and Soccer Buzz first team All-Region ... registered 16 goals and eight assists for 40 points ... her 40 points tied the Duke single season record ... notched Duke records for most consecutive games with a goal (6), most consecutive two-goal games (4), while tying the Duke record for points in a game (7) and goals in a game (3) ... selected MVP of the Duke/adidas Classic and Outrigger Soccer Classic ... 

Junior (2003): Scored five goals and delivered five assists for 15 points, second best on the team ... selected Soccer Buzz All-America honorable mention ... earned a spot on the All-ACC first team as well as the ACC All-Tournament team ... named to the Soccer Buzz Southeast Region first team ... scored two goals, including the game-winner against Stephen F. Austin ... registered the game-winning goal against Oregon State ... contributed one goal and one assist in a 6-0 victory over Campbell ... assisted on Duke’s only goal in a 1-0 victory over Virginia. 

Sophomore (2002): Recorded a team-high 10 goals and 22 points ... also had two assists ... moved into the season record charts with 22 points (t9th), 10 goals (t6th) and 76 shots (4th) ... registered a team-high four game-winning goals ... among ACC leaders in goals per game (8th, 0.50), shots per game (3rd, 3.80) and game-winning goals (t4th, 4) ... named to the first team All-ACC and 2002 All-Tournament Team ... scored fourth game-winning goal of the season against 16th-ranked Wake Forest ... scored ninth goal of the season against High Point ... notched two goals, including game winner, in a 3-0 shutout over 20th-ranked N.C. State ... scored the first goal of the game at the 3:20 mark against 17th-ranked Florida State ... scored both goals for Duke in a 2-1 sudden death overtime victory over 14th-ranked Florida ... posted first assist of the season against Wofford ... scored first goal of game just 3:59 into the match against 11th-ranked Washington ... had unassisted game-winning goal against 15th-ranked Tennessee just 3:20 into sudden death overtime. 

Freshman (2001): Earned ACC Rookie of the Year, first team All-ACC and ACC All-Freshman team honors ... named first team All-Southeast, first team Freshmen All-America and Southeast Freshman of the Year by ... led the Blue Devils in scoring with nine goals for 18 points ... recorded three two-goal games vs. Missouri, Old Dominion and 14th-ranked Florida State ... also notched tallies vs. Charlotte (first career goal), Georgia and 19th-ranked Wake Forest ... scored six goals over a four-game stretch ... appeared in all 19 matches, starting the final 15.

Prep: First team All-Met at West Springfield High School in Fairfax, Va. ... earned first team All-State honors ... named All-District and All-Region selection ... played for five-time state champion Elite ... team also captured regional championship ... led BRYC Omni to its first state championship in the fall of 2000 ... member of Region I ODP squad ... was an NSCAA All-America selection ... member of 2001 under-18 National Pool.

Personal: Born March 10, 1983 ... is the daughter of Robert McCluskey and Kelly Walsh ... majoring in sociology with a minor in Spanish ... also obtaining a markets and management certificate ... spent the first session of 2004 summer school in Madrid to complete her Spanish minor ... nominated to graduate with honors.

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