2019-20 Women's Soccer Roster
#6 Brooke VanDyck
Hometown South Bend, IN
High School Penn High School
AS A SOPHOMORE
- Played in 18 games and made 11 starts in the midfield during her second season with the Irish.
- Tallied one goal, two assists, four points over 765 minutes played.
- Scored the third goal in Notre Dame’s 4-0 win at home over St. John’s.
- Her first assist of the season came on Eva Hurm’s second goal of the afternoon in the 4-0 home win over Northwestern.
- Had the assist on Autumn Smithers’ game-winning-goal in the 2-1 comeback win on the road over Western Michigan.
- VanDyck tallied a career-high 90 minutes in the road win over Western Michigan.
AS A FRESHMAN
- Appeared in all 18 games and made 11 starts during her first season with the Irish.
- Had a breakout performance in the season opener, earning the start and scored the game-winning goal in the first half.
- One of six freshmen to start and one of three to score a goal this season.
- Notched her first career assist on the road against Butler on fellow freshman Olivia Wingate’s first career goal.
- Scored her second game-winning goal of the season in the second half of Notre Dame’s 1-0 road win over Wake Forest.
- Ranked #97 by TopDrawer Soccer in their Midseason Top-100 Freshman List.
PREP AND PERSONAL
- Played three seasons at Penn High School, guiding her team to a 66-1-4 record and ending her career on a 47-game unbeaten streak.
- Won two state championships and was the state runner-up as a freshman.
- Was named First Team All-State twice and a United Soccer Coaches High School All-American as a junior.
- Was a two-time team captain.
- Scored 29 goals and collected 41 assists (second-most assists in Penn High School history) in her three-year career.
- Graduated in three years with academic honors.
- Graduated from Penn High School in 2018.
- Brooke DeAnn VanDyck is the daughter of Andy and Amy VanDyck. She has a brother AJ and a sister Ashlyn.