Nolan on Durkee: "Caitlin is one of our leaders on the field ... Technically, she is very smooth on the ball, helps protects our back line and has become a much greater danger on offense over the last few years ... She has worked very hard to become a better player and leader on our team."
2009: Selected to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Team for the second-straight season ... Appeared in and started all 20 games ... Scored four goals and had four assists for 12 points ... Sixth on the team in scoring ... Second on the team in shots (47) and second on the team in shots on goal (25) ... Seventh on the team in minutes played (1,638) and was one of eight players to log more than 1,500 minutes last season .. Tallied goals against Bryant, Penn, Seton Hall and scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win against West Virginia ... Selected to the BIG EAST Academic Honor Roll ... A member of the Georgetown University Student-Athlete Academic Honor Roll.
2008 - Played in every game for GU, starting 17, and was a BIG EAST Honorable Mention selection ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District choice ... Tied for the team lead in assists with 10 and was tied for fourth in the conference ... Her 10 assists also tied her for third most during a single season and pushed her into the top 15 all-time at GU ... Handed out a season-high three helpers in a Senior Day win over DePaul ... Scored her only goal of the season in the BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinal against UConn ... Assisted on the game-winning goal against non-conference foe Ohio.
2007 - Played in every game for the Hoyas and tied for fifth on the team with four goals and tied for fifth with eight points... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll... Had multi-goal game, including the game-winner, against BIG EAST opponent Cincinnati... Earned her first collegiate points when she scored the game-winner in a non-conference game against American... Scored in the team's next game, a win over Saint Joseph's (Pa.)
Prior to Georgetown - Durkee was listed as one of the top 100 incoming freshman in the country by SoccerBuzz. A two-time member of the Region II ODP team and the Minnesota ODP program, Durkee enjoyed success as a student at Como Park High School where she had a very successful career. She was twice named as an All-State selection and Conference MVP while also being named the Star Tribune Scholar Athlete of the Year and winning the St. Paul Athena Award. She also played for the St. Croix Eclectic, one of the premier teams in the Midwest.
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