Emily Sonnett

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Emily Sonnett
Emily Sonnett (cropped).jpg
Sonnett with the United States national team in 2016
Personal information
Full name Emily Ann Sonnett
Date of birth (1993-11-25) November 25, 1993 (age 26)
Place of birth Marietta, Georgia, United States
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Playing position Defender, Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Orlando Pride
Youth career
2003–2013 NASA 12 Elite II
College career
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2012–2015 Virginia Cavaliers 98 (6)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2016–2019 Portland Thorns FC 78 (8)
2017–2018Sydney FC (loan) 11 (1)
2020– Orlando Pride 0 (0)
National team
2011–2012 United States U18
2013–2015 United States U23 6 (0)
2015– United States 44 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of January 8, 2020
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of February 9, 2020

Emily Ann Sonnett (born November 25, 1993) is an American soccer player who currently plays for Orlando Pride in the NWSL and the United States national team.

Early life and education[edit]

Sonnett was born in Marietta, Georgia to Bill and Jane Sonnett. She has a twin sister, Emma, who played soccer for the University of Georgia.[1]

North Atlanta Soccer Association (2003–2013)[edit]

Sonnett, along with her sister, began playing for North Atlanta Soccer Association (NASA) in 2003.[2] With NASA, the Sonnetts earned back-to-back Georgia State Cup Championship titles in 2007 and 2008 and also the Region III League Championship title in 2008.[2] In the 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, NASA 12 Elite II placed third in U-17 standings, and Sonnett was named to the U-17 Best XI as a midfielder.[3][4][5][6]

In 2013, Sonnett, playing in the midfield position, helped NASA 12 Elite II win the U-19 national title at the 2013 US Youth Soccer National Championship Series in Overland Park, Kansas.[7] At the conclusion of the tournament, she was named to the U-19 Best XI and also earned the Golden Ball award as the best player at the tournament.[8]

Fellowship Christian School (2008–2012)[edit]

Sonnett attended Fellowship Christian School in Roswell, Georgia, graduating in 2012.

In 2011 during Sonnett's junior season, Fellowship Christian's varsity girls soccer team reached the Final Four of the Class A state tournament, losing 0–2 to the eventual state champions, First Presbyterian Day School, in the semi-final.[9][10] The following year, Fellowship Christian, with Sonnett as captain, reached the 2012 Georgia state championship game and again faced First Presbyterian Day School ultimately losing 0–1.[9][10] Sonnett ended her career at Fellowship Christian as the school's leading scorer with 113 goals and 41 assists.[11]

She was also named the 2011-2012 Gatorade Georgia Girls Soccer Player of the Year;[12][13] Sonnett was the first ever athlete from Fellowship Christian School to win the award.[14][15] Sonnett was also selected as 2011 Youth All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and was also named to both 2011 and 2012 ESPN Rise 1st Team All-American.[12][11]

In early February 2012, Sonnett signed her national letter of intent to play for the University of Virginia in the fall of 2012 on an athletic scholarship.[2]

University of Virginia (2012–2015)[edit]

In her first season in 2012, UVA Cavaliers won the regular season Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) title and made it to the round of 16 in the 2012 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament.[16][17] Sonnett herself was named to the ACC All-Freshman and All-Tournament Team.[18] Though she was recruited as a center midfielder, Sonnett transitioned to the center back position early in her freshman year due to various injuries leaving the UVA back line bare and played in that position the remainder of her college career.[1][19]

During her sophomore season, Sonnett earned 2 goals and 5 assists and started all 26 games, playing a total of 2,341 minutes and setting single-season record at UVA.[18] She was also named to 1st Team All-ACC Team.[18] Sonnett helped lead UVA to their first College Cup in 22 seasons, losing in the tournament's semifinal after double overtime to UCLA in penalty kicks, 1–1 (2–4).[20]

In her junior year, Sonnett again started in all 26 games during the 2014 season and earned a total of 5 goals and 3 assists.[1] UVA placed as runners-up to the ACC 2014 title, losing 0–1 to Florida State.[21] At the conclusion of the tournament, Sonnett was named to the ACC All-Tournament Team.[18] During quarterfinal of the 2014 NCAA Women's Tournament, Virginia defeated the defending champion, UCLA 2–1 with Sonnett scoring the opening goal in the 33rd minute ultimately ending UCLA’s 969-minute shutout streak.[1][22] In the semifinal match-up against Texas A&M, Sonnett again scored with a header off a corner kick, giving UVA a 2–1 lead.[23] UVA ultimately defeated Texas A&M 3–1, earning a place in the university's first women's College Cup final.[23] UVA ended their season with a 0–1 loss to Florida State in the national championship.[1][24] Sonnett was then named the tournament's Most Outstanding Defensive Player and was also named a Third-Team NSCAA All-American.[18][24]

In 2015, Sonnett was named team captain at the beginning of her senior year.[25] Mid-season in October 2015, Sonnett earned her first call-up and started her first cap (as center back) for the senior United States women's national soccer team against Brazil.[25][26][27]

UVA were again runners-up to the 2015 ACC title, losing 2–2 (PK 6–7) to Florida State, and Sonnett was again named to ACC All-Tournament team.[28] She led UVA to the quarterfinals of the 2015 NCAA Women's Tournament, losing to Rutgers University after double overtime in penalty kicks (6–7). Sonnett ended her senior season at UVA with 3 goals and 1 assist and was named a finalist for the Hermann Trophy.[27][29] Additionally, Sonnett was named the 2015 ESPNW Soccer Player of the Year, Honda Sports Award Nominee, NSCAA first-team All-American, ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and first team All-ACC selection.[1][27][30][31]

Sonnett left Charlottesville a semester early to enter the NWSL (after being drafted as the number one pick by Portland Thorns FC in January 2016) but ultimately did graduate with a degree in sociology from UVA.[1][32]

Club career[edit]

Portland Thorns FC (2016–2019)[edit]

On January 15, 2016, Sonnett was selected by Portland Thorns FC as the first overall pick in the 2016 NWSL College Draft.[33][34][35][36] She made her debut with the Thorns on April 17, 2016. Her first professional goal came in the NWSL championship semi-final to bring the Thorns level with the Western New York Flash, though the Flash would go on to score the winning goal and ultimately win the championship.

Sonnett scored again in the NWSL post-season in the 2017 season, helping the Thorns to a 4–1 win over the Orlando Pride in the semi-final. They would go on to win the championship, with Sonnett tallying an assist on Lindsey Horan's game-winning goal.

In 2018 Sonnett appeared in 22 games for Portland, scoring one goal. Portland reached the NWSL Championship Game for the second straight year, but lost to North Carolina 3–0. She was named to the NWSL Team of the Month for March and April. Sonnett was one of four Portland Thorns named to the NWSL Best XI and was a finalist for Defender of the Year.[37]

Loan to Sydney FC (2017)[edit]

On October 24, 2017, it was announced that Sonnett signed for Sydney FC for the 2017–18 W-League season.[38] In her first appearance, she scored a penalty kick.[39] During the semifinal against Newcastle Jets, she made a box to box run to assist Lisa De Vanna's game winning goal in extra time.[40]

Orlando Pride (2020–present)[edit]

On January 8, 2020, Sonnett was traded to Orlando Pride along with the NWSL rights to Caitlin Foord and two draft picks in exchange for Orlando's No. 1 overall selection in the 2020 NWSL College Draft.[41]

Sonnett during halftime at friendly in 2017

International career[edit]

Youth national team (2011–2015)[edit]

In April 2011, Sonnett participated in the Southeast's Region III Olympic Development Program in Costa Rica.[42] Sonnett received her first call-up to the United States U18 training camp as a midfielder in June 2011.[12][13][43]

Sonnett received call-ups for the United States women's national under-23 soccer team training camps in April and December of 2013.[44][45] She later represented the United States as a center back at the U23 level during the 2014 Six Nations Tournament in March 2014.[19][46][47] Sonnett appeared in all three games, helping the team ultimately win the tournament title in the final against Norway.[48][49][50]

In February 2015 Sonnett again appeared in all three games in the 2015 U-23 Six Nations International Tournament in La Manga, Spain helping the team earn their second consecutive tournament title and serving as captain in their match against Norway.[51][52][53] Although Sonnett was called-up to the USWNT U-23 training camp in Lakewood Ranch, Florida in April 2015, she was not named to the roster for the 2015 Four Nations International Nordic Tournament held in May 2015.[54][55]

Senior national team debut (2015)[edit]

On October 16, 2015, Sonnett received her first senior call-up to the U.S. women's national soccer team (USWNT) from Jill Ellis.[25] She received her first cap and start (while still a student at UVA) for the USWNT on October 25, 2015 at center back during a friendly against Brazil as part of the USWNT's 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup victory tour.[26][56] She earned three more caps with the USWNT before the end of 2015 in friendlies against Trinidad and Tobago and China.[57][58][59]

2016[edit]

In January 2016, Sonnett joined the national team for their first training camp of the year at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, California and earned her second start in a friendly against the Republic of Ireland that same month.[60][61][62][63] In February 2016, Sonnett was named to the USWNT roster for the 2016 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying tournament, playing in two of the five games in the tournament.[64][65][66] The USWNT's semi-final win over Trinidad and Tobago qualified the team for the 2016 Rio Olympics.[67] The USWNT then went on to win CONCACAF title for the fourth consecutive year.[68]

Sonnett was named to the roster for the 2016 SheBelieves Cup that took place in March 2016.[69] Sonnett played the full 90 minutes in the tournament's opening match against England on March 3, 2016.[70] The USWNT would go on to win the 2016 SheBelieves Cup after defeating Germany 2–1 in the final.[71]

Sonnett was called up to all three training camps held in the spring and summer of 2016 and was named to rosters for friendlies against Colombia, Japan, and South Africa, appearing as a substitute for Becky Sauerbrunn during one of the friendlies against Colombia.[72][73][74][75]

2016 Olympics[edit]

In July 2016, Sonnett was named an alternate for the USWNT at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, along with Ashlyn Harris, Sam Mewis, and Heather O'Reilly.[76][77] The USWNT drew against Sweden in the quarterfinal but ultimately lost in a penalty shootout, 3–4, resulting in elimination from the tournament.[78]

Post Olympics[edit]

For the remainder of 2016, Sonnett continued to earn caps for the USWNT, appearing in friendlies against Thailand, the Netherlands, and Switzerland.[79][80][81]

2017[edit]

Sonnett dropped out of the USWNT rotation for the majority of 2017 and did not earn any international caps during the calendar year.[82] Sonnett was called up for both the January and February training camps and was named to the roster for the 2017 SheBelieves Cup tournament in March but did not see any playing time.[83][84][85] She was left off the USWNT roster entirely from April to October of 2017 by coach, Jill Ellis.[56] In November, Sonnett received her first call-up in over eight months for the pair of friendlies against Canada but did not earn any caps.[56][86]

2018[edit]

In January 2018, Sonnett was called up to her third consecutive January training camp with the USWNT.[87] She then returned to the pitch for the USWNT as a substitute for Taylor Smith at left-back in the January friendly against Denmark, earning her 13th cap for the USWNT (and making her first appearance in well over a year).[56][88]

In February she attended the pre-SheBelieves Cup training camp and was ultimately named to the 23-player roster for the 2018 SheBelieves Cup for the third consecutive year.[89][90] Sonnett appeared in two of the three USWNT matches in the tournament, and made her first start in over a year and played the full 90 minutes against England in the tournament's final on March 7, 2018.[56][91][92] In April she earned two starts in a pair of friendlies against Mexico but was left off the roster for the friendlies against China in June.[93][94][95]

Sonnett attended the USWNT July training camp and was soon after named to the roster for the 2018 Tournament of Nations.[96][97] Sonnett started all three games at right-back during the Tournament of Nations and registered an assist to Alex Morgan's goal in the 26th minute against Japan.[98][99] Sonnett was also named to the 20-player roster for the 2018 CONCACAF Women's Championship in September.[100][101] She appeared in three of the five match-ups during the tournament, including the game (6–0 win over Jamaica) which ultimately qualified the USWNT for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.[102][103][104] Sonnett closed out 2018 with the USWNT appearing in international friendlies against Portugal and Scotland.[105][106]

2019[edit]

Sonnett attended the USWNT training camp in January held in Portugal and started in the friendlies versus France and Spain that same month.[107][108][109] Sonnett was named to the 23-player roster for the 2019 SheBelieves Cup and appeared as a substitute for Kelley O'Hara in two of three matches in the tournament.[110][111][112]

In April during the friendly against Australia, Sonnett started as right-back and registered two assists to Tobin Heath's goal in the 53rd minute and Mallory Pugh's in the 67th minute.[113] She remained on the USWNT roster and appeared as a substitute in the World Cup send-off matches against South Africa and Mexico in May 2019.[114][115]

2019 FIFA Women's World Cup[edit]

On May 2, 2019, Sonnett was named to the 23-player roster that represented the United States at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.[116] Sonnett earned one cap in the second group stage game against Chile, entering the game at the 82nd minute to replace Abby Dahlkemper.[117] The United States went on to defeat the Netherlands 2–0 in the final, winning back-to-back World Cup titles and the fourth overall World Cup title for the United States women's national team.[118]

Post World Cup[edit]

Sonnett saw more playing time during the World Cup Victory Tour friendlies, appearing as right-back in four of the five match-ups and starting in three of these appearances.[119][120][121][122] In November, Sonnett was called up for Vlatko Andonovski's first training camp as USWNT head coach.[123] She played all 90 minutes as a full-back in both international friendlies against Sweden and Costa Rica.[124][125]

2020–present[edit]

Sonnett attended her fifth consecutive January training camp that was held in Tampa, Florida, the first lead by Andonovski.[126] Following the January camp, she was named to the 20-player roster for the 2020 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying tournament to be held in Texas and California in late January/early February 2020.[127]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of October 20, 2019[128]
Club League Season League Playoffs Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Portland Thorns NWSL 2016[129] 15 0 1 1 16 1
2017[130] 24 3 2 1 26 4
2018[131] 20 1 2 0 22 1
2019[132] 13 2 1 0 14 2
Total 72 6 6 2 78 8
Sydney FC (loan) W-League 2017–18[133] 9 1 2 0 11 1
Orlando Pride NWSL 2020 0 0 0 0
Career total 81 7 8 2 89 9

International[edit]

As of February 9, 2020
United States
Year Apps Goals
2015 4 0
2016 8 0
2017 0 0
2018 14 0
2019 14 0
2020 4 0
Total 44 0

Honors[edit]

International[edit]

USWNT

Club[edit]

Portland Thorns FC

Personal

College[edit]

  • MAC Hermann Trophy Finalist: 2015[27]
  • Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Defensive Player of the Year: 2015[137]
  • ESPNW Soccer Player of the Year: 2015[30]
  • Honda Sports Award Nominee: 2015[31]
  • NSCAA First Team All-American: 2015[18]
  • College Cup Most Outstanding Defensive Player: 2014[18]
  • Second Team All-ACC: 2014[18]
  • First Team All-ACC: 2013,[138] 2015[27]
  • Second Team TopDrawerSoccer.com Best XI: 2013, 2014[18]
  • ACC All-Tournament Team: 2012, 2014[18]
  • ACC All-Freshman Team: 2012[18]

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