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#3 | CAPRICE DYDASCO


Position: Defender

Date of Birth: 8/19/1993 (age 27)

Height: 5’4”

Hometown: Honolulu, HI

Country: USA

College: UCLA

Acquired: Trade with Washington Spirit (1/10/19)

Pronouns: she/her/hers

#3 Caprice Dydasco Defender Gotham FC

Player Biography

CLUB | 2021: 3 key passes, 9 clearances, 1 block, 7 interceptions in 5 appearances for 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup 2020: Missed season due to injury 2019: Traded to Sky Blue FC...14 key passes,  42 clearances, 10 blocks, 38 interceptions in 23 appearances 2018: 26 key passes, 65 clearances, 7 blocks, 60 interceptions in 24 appearances 2017: 31 clearances, 2 blocks, 23 interceptions in 16 appearances 2016: 2 assists, 14 key passes... 49 clearances, 10 blocks, 37 interceptions in 14 appearances... 2016 NWSL Championship Runner-Up 2015-2016: Signed by Washington Spirit in NWSL...loaned to Australia’s Newcastle Jets of W-League… 1 goal in 12 appearances 2013-2014: Played semi-professionally for Pali Blues of the USL W-League...17 appearances... 2013 W-League Champion

COLLEGE | Played for UCLA from 2011-2014... ended Bruins career with 94 appearances (10th UCLA history)... 23 assists (8th UCLA history) 2014: 3 goals, 7 assists in 24 appearances...named to Top Drawer Soccer’s Team of the Week...helped Bruins earn a school record-tying 19 shutouts and goals against average of 0.245... part of a defense that had a six-game shutout streak to start the season and a 10-game shutout streak at the end of the season 2013: 2 goals, 6 assists in 26 appearances... 2013 NCAA Champion...helped UCLA defense rank first nationally in goals against average (0.30) and set a school record with 18 shutouts... TopDrawerSoccer’s Team of the Week 2012: 6 assists in 23 appearances... All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention...helped UCLA defense to only 13 goals against for season (first in the Pac-12) and helped rank first in the conference in goals against average (0.55) and shutouts (14) 2011: 4 assists in 21 appearances... Pac-12 All-Freshman Team

YOUTH INTERNATIONAL | Represented the United States U-23, U-20, U-19, U-17 Women’s National Teams... 2015 Six Nations Tournament Champion

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