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Victoria DiMartino

Massapequa Park, NY

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Women's Soccer Falls To Duke, 2-1, OT


Women's Soccer To Host No. 23 Clemson on Sunday

Eagles to host Tigers Sunday at 11 a.m. at Brandeis


Women's Soccer To Host No. 4 North Carolina On Sunday

Eagles-Tar Heels to play at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 13


Women's Soccer To Host No. 1 Virginia Thursday Night

Eagles-Cavaliers at 7 p.m.


Women's Soccer Face Big Game At Clemson

Eagles-Tigers on ESPN, Sunday at 1 p.m.

In 2012
Drafted by Western NY Flash in the third round (22 overall) of the NWSL 2013 College Draft ... Played in all 22 games and started in 19 ... Recorded 1383 minutes for the season ... Scored two goals and had six assists for a total of 10 points ... Recorded one goal in BC's 8-1 win at Harvard on Sept. 15 and another on Oct. 25 at Virginia ... DiMartino had two games with two assists each - both on Sept. 9 at University of Central Florida and on Oct. 18 vs. Florida State ... Was second on the team in shots on goal and third in assists ... Posted 93 career points, enough for third on the all-time list ... Her 34 career goals is third on the all-time list ... The 25 career assists placed her fifth on the all-time list ... The 91 career games is tied for second on the all-time list.

In 2011
Has played in 20 games this season, started 16 ... 1259 minutes of action ... Third on the team in scoring with four goals, five assists for 13 points ... Second on the team in shots with 30 ... Had a goal and assists in the first round of the NCAA Tournament win over Marist on Nov. 13 ... One assist in 2-0 win over Wake Forest on Oct. 27 ... Scored a goal in the 2-3 loss to Miami on Oct. 13 ... Connected for one assist against Clemson on Oct. 2 ... Recorded game-winning, overtime goal in upset win over No. 11 Maryland on Sep. 22 ... Tallied six shots and two assists total in games against Dartmouth on Sep. 14 and against Colgate on Sep. 11 ... Scored team's only goal in season opener against Boston University ... Named to MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List.

In 2010
Selected to the All-ACC first team ... Named to Soccer America MVP's second team ... Earned NEWISA first team honors ... Honored as an ECAC All-Star ... Part of the All-ACC Tournament first team ... Recognized on the NSCAA All-American fourth team ... Earned Soccer America Team of the Week accolades on Sept. 7 ... Led the team in points with 36 and in goals with 14; tied for second in the ACC in both categories ... Second on the team with eight assists ... Ranked fourth in the ACC in shots with 84 ... Registered a goal or an assist in a career-high seven consecutive games from Sept. 8 to Oct. 3; had nine goals and five assists during the run ... Scored a goal in BC's 4-0 NCAA Sweet 16 win over West Virginia on Nov. 19 ... Netted BC's first goal in the 2-1 NCAA First Round win over Boston University on Nov. 12 ... Recorded a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over Clemson on Oct. 17 ... Had the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win at North Carolina on Sept. 23 and added an assist ... Became the first BC player since 2003 to notch a hat trick with her three goals in a 4-1 win over Brown on Sept. 8 ... A member of the Gold Medal Under-20 Women's World Cup team in the summer of 2010.

In 2009
Named All-ACC Freshman of the Year, All-ACC second team and a member of the All-ACC Freshman team ... Earned Soccer America's Freshman of the Year Award along with NSCAA All-America second team honors and Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie first team and Soccer America All-Freshman first team honors ... A 2009 NSCAA All-Southeast Region first team honoree ... Named to the Soccer America Team of the Week on Sept. 8 ... Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Week on Sept. 7 and named to the TDS Team of the Week on Sept. 7 and Sept. 21 ... Named New England Soccer News Women's College Player of the Year and the ECAC's Offensive Player of the Year ... Played and started 24 games ... Led the team in scoring with 14 goals, six assists for 34 points ... Led the team in shots taken (101) and game-winning goals with six ... Notched a goal or assist in 14 of 24 games ... Scored multiple points in 12 games, including two goals and one assist vs. both Brown and Clemson ... Second in the ACC in shots taken (101), fourth in points (34), third in goals scored (14) and second in game-winning goals (6) ... 46th in the country in points per game (1.42 ppg.) and 40th in goals per game (58.3) ... Opened the season by scoring 11 points in the first four games ... Had three game-winning goals against ACC competition ... Owns the record for most shots taken in a single-season with 101 ... The 34 points posted is now tied for third best performance in a single season ... The 14 goals is third best posted in a single season.

Named to the 2009 PARADE All-America team ... Earned the Silver Boot as she scored five goals at the Under 17 Women's World Cup in 2008, in which the US earned a silver medal ... Attended US U-17 National Camp, March -June of 2008 in preparation for the World Cup ... An NSCAA Youth All-American in 2007 ... A member of the Under-16 team which played in Brazil in December 2008 ... In three seasons at Massapequa High, she had 52 goals and 27 assists ... Has been a member of the State Cup Championship team since U-10's ... Named MVP of the Nike ID Camp.

Born on September 4, 1991 ... Victoria is the fourth of Daniel and Patricia DiMartino's five children ... Older sisters Gina and Christina play for the Philadelphia Independence in the WPS ... Enrolled in the School of Arts & Science.


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