Brittany Bock

Brittany Bock
Brittany Bock
Brittany Bock
Real Name: Brittany Bock
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 30 (04/11/1987)
Birthplace: Naperville, Illinois
Hometown: Naperville, Illinois

Central midfielder selected by the Houston Dash with the first pick in the 2014 NWSL Expansion Draft.

2015 NWSL: Made 5 appearances (all starts) this season after returning from ACL injury on 5/15 vs. Chicago Red Stars 

2014 NWSL: Underwent surgery to repair left ACL tear on 4/25 and is expected to miss remainder of season... Started in season opener vs. Portland Thorns FC, was substituted in the 23rd minute with a left ACL injury

2013 NWSL: Appeared in seven games, starting five while battling injuries for Sky Blue FC

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Drafted fifth overall by the Los Angeles Sol (WPS) in 2009 and won the regular season championship the same year … First pick in 2010 Dispersal Draft to Washington Spirit (WPS) after Los Angeles Sol folded … Signed by Western New York Flash (WPS) in 2011 and won regular season and league championships … Signed with Colorado Rush (W-League) in 2012, named to All-Conference Team … Made a short stint at the end of 2012 with Vittjö GIK in the Damallsvenskan (Sweden)

INTERNATIONAL: Member of several U.S. youth national teams (U-16, -17, -19, -21, -23), including a fourth-place finish at the 2006 FIFA U-20 World Championship … Has had several call-ups to senior team training camps (2007, 2009, 2011), but is yet to appear in a match

COLLEGE: Played under Randy Waldrum at Notre Dame from 2005-2008 … Freshman All-American (2005) … All-American and Academic All-American (2007, 2008) … MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist (2007, 2008) … Big East Offensive Player of the Year (2007) … Lowe's Senior Class semifinalist (2008) … NCAA Division I runner-up (2006, 2008) … NCAA Final Four (2006-2008)

PERSONAL: Graduated in May 2009 with a degree in marketing from Notre Dame … Worked as independent distributor of jewelry following in the footsteps of her mother, Kelly, and her sister, Jenny … The Bock sisters won the National 3-vs.-3 soccer tournament in 2002 at the Disney Complex, in Orlando

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