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22 Christina de Vries
Christina  de Vries


Westlake Village, Calif.

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HONORS: 2005--ACC All-Tournament Team ... 1st Team VaSID All-State ... ACC All-Academic Team ... ACC Player of the Week (9/26) ... Soccer America Team of the Week (9/27). 2004--ACC Tournament Co-MVP ... 2nd Team All-ACC ... ACC All-Tournament Team ... 1st Team VaSID All-State. 2003--ACC Honor Roll.

AT VIRGINIA: Career--enters the 2006 season with the highest career GAA in school history (0.780) ... her 23 career shutouts is most in school history and ranks fifth in ACC history. 2005--Started 24 games on the season ... made two saves in shutout of West Virginia ... two saves in shutout of James Madison ... three saves at Penn State ... four saves vs. Tennessee ... one save vs. Dayton ... four saves in shutout at Wake ... two saves in shutout at Duke ... three saves in shutout of Florida State ... had 14 saves at North Carolina, most by a UVa keeper since 1987 ... shutout at Virginia Tech ... shutouts vs. Maryland and NC State ... four saves vs. Wake (ACC) ... shutout vs. Florida State (ACC) ... shutout vs. Tennessee (NCAA). 2004--started all 22 games and played all but 20 minutes of the season ... set UVa season shutout record with 13 ... set UVa single season GAA record with 0.58 ... made first career start vs. East Carolina and posted first career shutout ... also had shutouts against Miami, Liberty, West Virginia, George Mason, William & Mary, Florida State, Maryland, James Madison (twice), Virginia Tech (twice), Clemson and NC State ... made a career high six saves vs. Clemson ... saved a penalty kick by Mary McDowell of North Carolina in the sixth round of the shootout to clinch Virginia's first ever ACC Tournament title. 2003--made collegiate debut at Dartmouth ... appeared in three games off the bench ... made one save and allowed zero goals in 102 minutes of action.

PREP & PERSONAL: Four year letterwinner at Westlake H.S. while playing goalkeeper, forward, and center midfield ... led the Warriors to four Marmonte League Championships and the 2003 CIF Championship ... five year starter for West Valley Samba club team ... teammate of fellow second-year Shannon Foley on West Valley Samba ... helped West Valley Samba to 2002 U-16 National Cup Championship ... named to 2002 National Cup All-Tournament team and won Golden Glove Award for top goalkeeper ... two year member of the state ODP team and member of the regional ODP pool ... also earned three letters in tennis at Westlake and named all-conference in doubles in 2001 ... received the President's Education Award in 2003 and Academic Excellence Award in 2002 ... full name is Christina de Vries ... born August 11, 1985 in Tarzana, Calif ... daughter of Mark and Joanne de Vries ... father played soccer at UCLA.


Year GP/GS Min. Saves GA GAA ShO
2003 3/0 102 1 0 0.00 0
2004 22/22 2009 40 13 0.58 13
2005 24/24 2044 63 23 1.01 10
Career 49/46 4155 104 36 0.78 23


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