Cristina De Zeeuw 17
Cristina  De Zeeuw

Overland Park, Kan.

High School:
St. Teresa's Academy





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2017 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
2016 Second Team All-SEC
SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 26, 2016)
2016 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
2016 SEC Preseason Watch List

Appeared in and started 18 games for the Commodores as a senior defender... Played 1593 total minutes at center back, including 90 or more minutes in 17 of her 18 appearances... Totaled three shots on the season.

 Played and started in all 19 competitions… Second Team All-SEC…  Earned a spot on TopDrawer Soccer’s Team of the Week… Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 26…  Voted on 2016 SEC Preseason Watch List… Led the team in minutes with 1694 accumulated in her junior campaign… As a defender earned one goal on two shots on goal… Second career goal came against LSU in the 55th minute on De Zeeuw’s lone shot of the outing, a header… Earned assist against in-state rival, Tennessee, for the game-winning overtime goal by Boyd… Helped generate four shutout wins in the regular season, including a 2-0 upset over then-No. 14 Texas A&M 2-0 and a 3-0 conference victory against LSU.

Played and started in all 21 games... At center back, crucial part of Vanderbilt defense allowing just 23 goals - fewest since 2006...She logged 1,952 minutes - second-most on the team - and played 19 full games... Scored first career goal against Gonzaga as she kicked in a shot six yards away after receiving a corner kick.   

Played in 14 games, immediately seeing action as a freshman defender... Missed five games due to concussion... Notched first career assist in 3-2 overtime victory against Cincinnati... Set up fellow freshman Colby Ciarrocca for equalizer in 81st minute, sending in cross and Ciarrocca headed in to force overtime... Also took eight shots on the season - most among defenders.

Ranked as the No. 32 player in the IMG Academy 150 by Top Drawer Soccer and second-best player in the Heartland Regional... Named second-team All-State the last two seasons at St. Teresa's Academy and honorable mention All-State in 2011 as a freshman.... Team captain as a senior... As a junior, she led St. Teresa's all the way to the Missouri state championship game. She made the Mo-Kan All-Tournament team three straight years and the Heart of America All-Tournament team in 2011.

CLUB:Played for KCFC Fury, which finished fourth at nationals in 2012... Also played for Sporting BV and placed fifth at ECNL National Championship in 2013.... Reached the U16 Elite Clubs National League Final Four. There she played against future Vanderbilt teammate and fellow 2014 signee Colby Ciarrocca.

PERSONAL:Cristina De Zeeuw... Born March Sept. 23, 1995 in Kansas City, Mo. ... Daughter of Steven and Elizabeth De Zeeuw... Has one brother, Alex (24) and three sisters, Patricia Guevara (30), Rocio (28), and Isabella (10)... Alex played soccer at Creighton and Loyola Chicago... Undeclared on a major

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