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Duke Women's Soccer 2017: By The Numbers
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 12/15/2017
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DURHAM, N.C. – The 2017 season was one for the record books for Duke women’s soccer. From trophies to individual honors, broken records and everything in between, the 29th year for the DWS program will go down as one of the best in history.

It’s time to take a look back at the historical season with Duke Women’s Soccer 2017: By The Numbers.

382 | Overall victories for the Duke women’s soccer program after its 29th year.

219 | Career wins at Duke for 2017 ACC Coach of the Year Robbie Church.

402 | Overall career victories (men’s & women’s) for Church.

.904 | Winning percentage in 2017, which crushed the previous school record of .815 set in 2011. The mark finished tops in the ACC and second in the nation.

23 | Total number of victories in 2017, a school record. Also, the number of NCAA Tournament appearances after this season.

3 | ACC regular season championships after claiming the 2017 title. Also represents the number of United Soccer Coaches All-Americans (Imani Dorsey, Rebecca Quinn & Schuyler DeBree) in 2017, the most selections in a single season in school history.

10-0-0 | ACC record as Duke became the first school since Virginia in 2013 to finish with a perfect mark in conference play.

4 | NCAA College Cup appearances in program history after the 2017 trip, the second in the last three seasons. Also the number of United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Americans in 2017, the most in the nation and in program history.

15-0-0 | Home record in 2017, marking a new school record for most home victories in a single season and the fourth time in program history that the Blue Devils went undefeated at home.

4-0-0 | Record against Big 12 opponents, highlighted by wins against Oklahoma State, Texas and Baylor in the NCAA Tournament.

19 | Consecutive wins from Aug. 20 to Nov. 3, marking the longest winning streak in school history.

9 | Program record and league high All-ACC selections in 2017, including ACC Offensive Player of the Year/All-ACC First Team Imani Dorsey, ACC Defensive Player of the Year/All-ACC First Team Schuyler DeBree and ACC Midfielder of the Year/All-ACC First Team Rebecca Quinn.

13 | Team records broken by the 2017 DWS squad.

28 | Combined goals of Imani Dorsey and Kayla McCoy, who each tallied 14 on the year. That makes them the second-highest scoring tandem in school history behind Laura Weinberg and Kim DeCesare in 2012, as each tallied 16 goals for a total of 32.

20 | Goal differential in ACC matches, setting a new school record. Duke outscored conference foes 23-3 in 2017.

29 | Points scored by opponents in 2017. That is the fewest in school history, with the previous record coming in 1988 with 32.

2 | Number of times Duke was shutout this year. That is tied for the fewest in school history with the 1994 campaign. Also represents the number of losses this year, the least in school history, and the highest top 25 ranking of 2017.

10 | Goals allowed this season, the least in school history. The previous record came in 2011 (13). Also stands as the number of ranked wins in 2017, a school best.

18 | Total shutouts registered in 2017, the most in school history and topping the previous record of 16 set in 2011.

8 | A school-record eight shutouts in ACC play this year. Also the total number of goals scored within the first 15 minutes of play, all resulting in wins.

34 | EJ Proctor’s career number of shutouts, which set a school record.

14 | Proctor’s single-season shutouts total, which also set a school record.

9 | Shutouts in NCAA Tournament play from Proctor, a school record.

0.38 | Season goals against average, besting the previous record of 0.48 set in 2011.

0.65 | Proctor’s school record career goals against average, besting the previous record of 0.87 set by Allison Lipsher from 2004-07.

0.35 | Proctor’s single-season GAA, which too set a school best. She finishes her career owning the No. 1, No. 3 and No. 4 spots on the single-season GAA chart.

50 | Proctor's career victories, becoming just the second keeper in school history to reach the 50-win mark (Tara Campbell, 2009-12, 54).

6 | Consecutive games from Aug. 20 to Sept. 8 in which Imani Dorsey had a goal, tying the school record set by Casey McCluskey in 2004.

11 | Points accumulated by Imani Dorsey in the 2017 NCAA Tournament, a program best for points in a single postseason.

15 | Duke's goal total in NCAA Tournament play.

7 | Goals against Oklahoma State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the most in postseason play in school history as the Blue Devils cruised to the NCAA Round of 16 with a 7-0 win.

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0 | Total number of goals allowed in NCAA Tournament play, a first in program history.

45 | Yardage from which Schuyler DeBree’s free kick at Boston College on Oct. 13 sailed before heading into goal, marking her first-career score and the No. 6 play on SportsCenter’s Top 10.

5 | Blue Devils who scored their first-career goal in 2017: Kat McDonald, Schuyler DeBree, Karlie Paschall, Anna Munro and Tess Boade. Also the number of CoSIDA Academic All-District honorees for Duke this year, the most by any team in the nation.

22 | Games in which the Blue Devils scored first, resulting in 21 victories.

43 | West Virginia had won 43-straight home matches in regulation until the Blue Devils visited Morgantown on Sept. 8, defeating the Mountaineers 4-0.

2:37 | Quickest goal scored this year, courtesy of Ella Stevens against Florida State Oct. 8.

102:11 | Latest goal scored in 2017, as Ashton Miller buried the golden goal at Louisville Sept. 29.

1 | Duke's lone MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalist prior to 2017 (Natasha Anasi, 2012), when Imani Dorsey and Rebecca Quinn were named to the list Nov. 28.

17 | Years between ACC Tournament championship game appearances before Ella Stevens headed home a goal in the 47th minute against Virginia in the ACC Tournament Semifinals.