Emily Sonnett

Emily Sonnett
Emily Sonnett
Emily Sonnett
Defender
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Real Name: Emily Sonnett
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 25 (11/11/1994)
Hometown: Marietta, Ga

CLUB
2020: Traded to Orlando from the Portland Thorns on Jan. 8 in exchange for the first overall pick in the 2020 NWSL College Draft ... 2019: Made 14 appearances for Portland ... Started 13 matches ... Scored two goals ... Helped Portland to the NWSL Playoffs ... NWSL Second XI Selection ... 2018: Started all 22 matches for the Thorns ... Scored one goal ... Added one assist ... Reached the NWSL Championship for the second-consecutive year ... NWSL Best XI Selection ... NWSL Defender of the Year Finalist ... Named to NWSL Team of the Month for March and April ... Signed with Sydney FC for the 2017-18 W-League season ... Appeared in 11 matches ... Scored from the penalty spot in her first appearance ... Helped Sydney to the Grand Final to finish as league runners-up ... 2017: Started all 26 games for Portland ... Scored four goals ... Added an assist ... Won the NWSL Championship ... Recorded an assist on the game-winner in the final ... 2016: Made 16 appearances for Portland ... Scored her first professional goal in the semifinals of the NWSL Championship against the Western New York Flash ... Recorded her professional debut on April 17 ... Selected first overall by the Thorns at the 2016 NWSL College Draft

 

INTERNATIONAL
2019: 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion ... Appeared in 14 matches for the U.S. ... Registered eight starts ... Tallied two assists ... Made her World Cup debut on June 16 against Chile entering the match as a substitute ... 2018: Made 14 appearances for the U.S. ... Started nine matches ... Added one assist ... Made three appearances in the 2018 Women’s CONCACAF Championship to help qualify the U.S. WNT to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup … Started all three matches in the Tournament of Nations … 2017: Did not appear ... 2016: Made eight appearances ... Started four matches ... Named an alternate for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games ... 2015: Appeared in four matches for the senior national team ... Tallied one start ... Made her senior national team debut on October 25 in a friendly against Brazil ... Received her first senior call-up on October 16 ... Appeared in all three matches in the 2015 U-23 Six Nations International Tournament ... Captained the U-23s against Norway ... 2014: Represented the U-23s at the Six Nations Tournament in March ... 2013: Received call-ups to the U.S. U-23 training camps in April and December ... 2011: Received her first call-up to the U.S. U-18 training camp in June

 

COLLEGE
Graduated from the University of Virginia … 2015: Started all 21 matches for the Cavaliers ... Scored three goals ... Added one assist ... ESPNW National Player of the Year … MAC Hermann Trophy Finalist … Honda Award Nominee … First-Team NSCAA All-American … First Team NSCAA All-Southeast Region … ACC Defensive Player of the Year … All-AAC First Team selection … 2014: Started each of Virginia’s 26 matches ... Netted five goals ... Tallied three assists ... Led the Cavaliers to a College Cup runner-up finish ... College Cup Most Outstanding Defensive Player … Third-Team NSCAA All-American … Second-Team All-ACC … First-Team NSCAA All-Southeast Region … ACC All-Tournament Team ... Scored the game-winning goal against Texas A&M at the College Cup semifinal ... 2013: Totaled 26 starts ... Set a UVA single-season record with 2,341 minutes played ... Scored two goals ... Added five assists ... First-Team All ACC … First-Team NSCAA All-Southeast Region … 2012: Made 24 appearances ... Started 16 matches ... Scored her first collegiate goal on Oct. 25 against Boston College for the game-winner ... NSCAA Third Team All-Southeast Region ... ACC All-Freshman Team ... ACC All-Tournament Team 

 

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