Daphne Corboz
Daphne  Corboz


Greenbrook, N.J.

High School:
Watchung Hills




Nolan on D. Corboz: “Daphne is one of the top attacking players in the nation and as she goes, so will we. A bad early season injury prevented her from having the year she wanted last year, but she is determined to finish her career on the highest note possible. It will be fun to see her and her sister play together for the first time in their careers.”

2013: A Second Team All-America selection by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America ... The 2013 BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year and an All-BIG EAST First Team selection ... She missed the first five games of the season, but appeared in the last 16 games ... Finished the season leading the team in scoring with 27 points (7 goals, 13 assists) ... Second on the team with seven goals and led the team with 13 assists, which tied the Georgetown single season record ... Fourth in the BIG EAST in scoring and led the league in assists ... Had at least one point in 12 games ... She had three goals in a game twice, first in an 8-0 win over Yale (when she scored two goals), and again in a 7-1 win over Xavier ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star selection.

2012: Named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year after a record-setting season for the Hoyas … Selected a First Team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) at the end of the season … Corboz was the youngest player selected to the 14-player first team … Named one of 15 semifinalists for the Missouri Athletic Club’s (MAC) Hermann Trophy, the highest individual award in intercollegiate soccer … Overall, Corboz set a Georgetown single-season record with 44 points scored … She scored a school single-season record 18 goals while adding eight assists … Corboz ranked 11th in the country in points per game (1.91), 10th in goals per game and tied for seventh in goals scored overall (18) … In 10 BIG EAST Conference games last season, she tallied a league-high 27 points and 12 goals … Corboz, who scored at least one point in six league games, set a BIG EAST record with 11 points in an 8-0 win at Pittsburgh on Sept. 30, scoring five goals.

2011: Established herself immediately with a strong freshman campaign, starting all 21 games and finishing fourth on the team in scoring with 21 points ... Scored 10 goals and had one assist ... An All-BIG EAST Third Team selection and an All-BIG EAST Rookie selection ... Had two multi-goal games, scoring twice against Towson and Villanova ... Had a goal and an assist against Pittsburgh ... Seventh on the team in minutes played (1,502) ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star selection.

Prior to Georgetown: A member of the Region 1 and New Jersey Olympic Development Program ... Her club team, PDA Tsunami, won the Under-17 E.C.N.L National Championship in 2010 and she played for the 2011 Under-19 Regional Champs ... At Watchung Hills, she captained her team to the county and sectional championships, respectively ... Corboz was also named First Team All-State and is an NSCAA High School All American ... Left school as the all-time leader in career goals (97) and assists (57).

Personal: Born in Mobile, Ala. ... The daughter of Michel and Christine Corboz ... Her brother Mael plays soccer at Rutgers and she has a younger sister, Rachel ... Her father played third division soccer in France for Grenoble ... A member of the National Honor Society, English National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society ... Enjoys skiing and reading ... Favorite team is Arsenal ... Lists winning the U17 ECNL National Championship as the most thrilling moment in her athletic career ... Has dual citizenship with France ... Biology major who plans to follow a pre-med track.

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