Name: Katie Schoepfer
Jersey number: 88
Date of birth: Nov. 10, 1988
Hometown: Waterford, Conn.
College: Penn State University
Last Club: Sky Blue FC (WPS)
How acquired: National Women’s Soccer League Supplemental Draft (2nd Round, 11th overall)
Professional: In 2014, started 12 of the 17 matches she appeared in ... Played 989 minutes ... Scored four goals, which ranked her fourth on the team, and was the fourth straight season in which she scored at least two goals ... First goal of 2014 came on June 12 in a 2-0 win over the Washington Spirit ... Recorded her three other goals in a span of 13 days (July 6 in a 3-2 loss at Seattle, July 11 in a 2-1 loss at Houston, and July 20 in a 6-3 loss at Portland) ... In 2013, started 14 of the 20 games she appeared in ... Tallied 2 goals and 1 assist ... One of 10 Breakers to play more than 1,000 minutes as she logged 1,080 minutes ... In 2012, finished second on the team in scoring (7 goals, 6 assists) ... Appeared in 14 games (14 starts), logging 1,057 minutes ... In 2011, had a breakout WPS season, scoring two goals (on six shots on goal) and adding two assists ... Appeared in 13 games (nine starts) ... Scored first WPS goal in a 2-1 win over magicJack on June 5, 2011 ... Tallied one goal and one assist in 2-0 win over Atlanta Beat on July 10, 2011 ... In 2010 with Sky Blue FC, appeared in five games, playing 45 minutes (2010).
International: Member of the US U-23 National Team (2008-2011) ... Scored game-winning goal in the championship match vs. England as a player on the U.S. Under-17 national team in Ireland.
College: Starred at Penn State from 2006-2009 ... First team NSCAA Scholar All-American as a senior (2009) ... Second team NSCAA All-American as a senior (2009) ... Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year as a senior (2009) ... Big Ten All-Conference player (2007-2009) ... Third team NSCAA All-American as a sophomore (2007) ... Big Ten All Freshman Team (2006).
Scholastic/Club: South Central Premier, CT. (2003-2007); State Cup Champions (2005-2006); Disney Classic Champions (2004) ... Western Mass Pioneers, W-League, All-Conference and U-19 Player of the Year (2006) ... SoccerPlus Reds, WPSL, Runner-Up National Championship (2007); All-Conference (2008) ... Played at Waterford High School ... Named Gatorade and NSCAA Girls Soccer Player of the Year for Connecticut ... Soccer Buzz Top 50 recruit ... NSCAA High School and Youth All-American ... Holds state record for goals scored (157).
Personal: Daughter of Martin and Mary Jane Schoepfer