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Stine Schoening
Stine Schoening


Woodinville, Wash.

High School:

Last College:
UNC Greensboro



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2012 (Junior):
Was one of four players to play in all 90 minutes in the season-opener at Seattle U ... started at Colgate and Syracuse ... scored the game-tying goal at Syracuse in the 63rd minute, assisted by Jaclyn Softli and Lindsay Elston ... it was her first goal as a Husky and second collegiate goal, scoring one her freshman year at UNCG ... anchored the back line that posted shutouts at Gonzaga and vs. Notre Dame ...named the Student-Athlete of the Week on Sept. 3 ... named Defensive MVP of the Husky/Nike Invitational ... named a Primetime Performer of the Week by College Soccer 360 ... played in all 90 minutes vs. La Salle, helping UW to a shutout ... played all 90 minutes vs. Fresno State ... started at Utah State and BYU ... played in all 100 minutes in the Pac-12 opener at USC ... played all 91 minutes on the back line at Colorado ... played all 90 minutes at Utah ... missed the Arizona and ASU games with a concussion ... played every minute on the back line vs. No. 3 UCLA ... played all 90 minutes at No. 25 Cal and took one shot ... played all 90 minutes at No. 2 Stanford.

2011 (Sophomore): In her first year as a Husky, she played and started in all 20 games on the back line ... named the teams Unsung Hero ... helped UW to two shutouts on the year and allowed top-ranked teams such as Stanford, UCLA, Wisconsin, Cal and Portland to score just once each.

UNC Greensboro

2010 (Freshman): Played her freshman season at UNC Greensboro in Greensboro, N.C. ... the team went 19-2-1 and 11-0 in Southern Conference play, earning the automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament, falling to South Carolina 2-1 in the First Round ... helped the team to a No. 13 ranking by Soccer America ... the Spartans also jumped in the NSCAA poll for the first time since 1997 at No. 24 on Oct. 5, reaching as high as 10 ... they had a school record 16-game winning streak ... she played in 22 games, making 18 starts with six points, one goal, four assists and 16 shots ... named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team and was also on the Dean's List and Chancellors List.

High School/Club
Was a three-time All-King County selection for Woodinville High School, earning first-team honors as a senior ... helped the Falcons to a state runner-up finish ... team MVP in 2009 ... also ran track for a year ... was a four-year honor roll student and a member of the National Honor Society and served as junior class secretary ... played for the Crossfire Premier club team ... helped the team to a pair of Washington state championships and a Far West Regional championship in 2009 ... team advanced to the USYSA National Championships.

Stine Marie Schoening ... born July 7, 1992, in Seattle, Wash. ... daughter of Klev and Becky Schoening ... has and older brother, Kohl ... father was on the US Ski Team ... brother played two years of soccer for the Huskies ... cousin Jens Bracht is a former Husky golfer.

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