Duke Women's Soccer BIO
13 Lorraine Quinn
Senior (2008): Earned Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region first team honors for the second year in a row ... named to the NSCAA/adidas All-Region Third Team, Duke/Adidas Classic Offensive MVP, and Second Team All-ACC ... also selected to the Soccer America Preseason All-America team and MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List ... started all 24 contests, tallying five goals and seven assists ... recorded a hat trick against Georgia ... also scored against fourth-ranked Notre Dame and Clemson ... assisted the game-winning goal against Ohio State in the regular season and game-winning goals versus Radford and Virginia in the NCAA College Cup ... had assists in games against Kentucky, Florida State, and UCLA ... logged second most minutes on the team with 1,958 ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
Member of 2008 U.S. U-23 Nordic Cup squad, which claimed the championship with a 3-0 win over Germany ... missed the 2005 season due to a foot injury.
Junior (2007): Named to the Soccer Buzz All-America fourth team, Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region first team and Soccer America MVP second team ... also received NSCAA/adidas All-Southeast Region second team and first team All-ACC ... selected to the Duke Classic All-Tournament team in addition to the WCC/ACC Challenge All-Tournament team ... started all 23 games, recording four goals and three assists ... notched goals against Elon, Boston College, Maryland and South Carolina ... also had an assist against Elon ... tied with Elisabeth Redmond for the most minutes logged on the season with 2,056 ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
Sophomore (2006): Played in all 21 games, starting 19, for the Blue Devils ... tied for second on the team with four assists ... scored her only goal of the year against third-ranked Florida State, while also tallying an assist ... other assists came against Kansas, Virginia Tech and N.C. State.
Summer of 2006: Led the Long Island Fury to the WPSL Championship.
Sophomore (2005): Received a medical redshirt due to a foot injury.
Freshman (2004): Earned All-ACC Freshman team honors ... named to Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region All-Freshman squad ... started all 23 games for the Blue Devils ... member of Outrigger Soccer Classic All-Tournament team ... led the freshmen with three goals and five assists for 11 points ... scored her first goal, the game-winner, in the second match of the season against Elon ... notched a goal and an assist against Davidson ...provided a goal and an assist in a 9-3 win over Virginia Tech ... contributed an assist in a 3-0 victory against 18th-ranked Wake Forest ... assisted on the only goal in a victory against Kennesaw State.
Prep: A five-year varsity starter at Farmingdale High School ... member of the Under-19, Under-17 and Under-16 United States Women’s National Teams ... 2003 Gatorade N.Y. State Player of the Year ... member of 2004 McDonald’s All-America team ... two-time NSCAA All-America ... two-time Parade All-America (2002 and 2003) ... ranked as the 22nd-best recruit in the nation by Soccer America ... selected to the EA Sports High School All-America team ... finished her high school career with school records in goals (38) and assists (65) ... four-time All-State, All-County and High School MVP ... received the 2002 Mike Clarke Award as the County Player of the Year ... 2002 New York State Player of the Year ... captain of her high school team from her sophomore through senior years ... played club soccer for the HBC Fury ... as a junior, collected 12 goals and 16 assists leading Farmingdale to a 13-1-1 record ... led the Fury to six state championships, three regional championships, Jefferson Cup and Disney Cup Championships, while being ranked No. 1 in the nation.
Personal: Lorraine Sylvia Quinn was born on August 14, 1986, Bethpage, N.Y. ... daughter of John and Cathleen Quinn ... has one sister, Jacqueline (24), and one brother, John (19) ... majoring in sociology with a minor in psychology ... a three-time member of the ACC Honor Roll.