Brooke Elby

Brooke Elby
Brooke Elby
Brooke Elby
Real Name: Brooke Elby
HT: 5' 4"
Age: 25 (05/24/1993)
Birthplace: Arcadia, CA
Hometown: Arcadia, CA

Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): 2018 Dispersal Draft

Boston Breakers (2016-2017): Free signing

Melbourne Victory (2015-2016): International signing

Boston Breakers (2016): 2016 NWSL College Draft


Professional Career:

2017: Appeared in 13 games, logging 848 minutes...Finished her time with the Boston Breakers with over 26 appearances...has played a total of 26 games in the NWSL.

2016: Started 11 of the 13 games she appeared in and logged 919 minutes...Made her professional debut with Melbourne Victory, playing all 90 minutes in her first game.


College Career:

2014: Played four seasons for the University of North Carolina (2011-2014) ... Appeared in 73 games ... Finished career with three goals and seven assists ... As a senior in 2014, played 10 games, logging 748 minutes and registering one assist before going down with an injury

2013: Played in 22 games for the Tar Heels ... played 888 minutes as a key reserve all over the field ... scored the second goal of the game in the 3-0 win over Duke, her first goal since the Connecticut match early in 2012 ... assisted on Crystal Dunn's game- winning goal in the 79th minute a 1-0 victory over No. 2 UCLA ... played 77 crucial minutes off the bench in the NCAA Tournament win over Texas A&M ... named to Dean's List in spring semester of 2014 ... academic team captain for 2013-14.

2012: Played in 22 games, logging 905 minutes ... played all three positions on the field at some point in the campaign ... started five games in the early part of the season (Notre Dame, Marquette, San Diego, Virginia, Virginia Tech) ... made arguably the biggest play of the season in Carolina's 2-1 double overtime win over BYU in the NCAA quarterfinals ... in the first overtime period she made a remarkable dead sprint run from midfield to deny the game-winning goal by the Cougars, clearing the ball off the line at the last second on a BYU breakaway behind the entire UNC defense ... Carolina went on to win in the second overtime ... scored the insurance goal in UNC's 2-0 win over UConn ... assisted on Maria Lubrano's game-winning goal in the 1-0 win at Notre Dame two days later ... notched a pair of assists in the victory over San Diego ... named to Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week after her defensive performance in the win over BYU.

2011: Played in 19 games, logging 692 minutes ... scored her first career goal in 6-1 win over Houston ... assisted on a goal against Texas A&M with a corner kick that was converted by Crystal Dunn into a last first-half tally ... named to the 2011-12 ACC Academic Honor Roll. 

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