Dayle Colpitts

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  • Dayle
  • Colpitts

  • Position
  • Class
  • Height
    5' 7
  • High School/Other
  • Club Team
    Fredericton CAPS
  • Hometown
    New Brunswick, Canada
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Updated: December 13, 2013

General: Holds career records at Virginia Tech in shutouts (29), wins (46), goals-against-average (1.15) and minutes (7,329) ... Ranks third all-time at Tech in saves (274) ... Set Virginia Tech single-season records for shutouts (11), wins (19) and goals-against-average (0.77) in 2013 ... 2010 ACC All-Freshman Team.

2013: Started all 27 matches in goal for the Hokies … Served as team captain … Set single-season records at Virginia Tech in wins (19), shutouts (11) and goals-against-average (0.77) … Played all but 72 minutes on the season … Gave up more than two goals in just one match … Notched back-to-back shutouts on four occasions … Named ACC Player of the Week on October 15 following a 1-0 victory over No. 9 Notre Dame … Recorded five saves in a 3-0 win over Duke to reach the NCAA College Cup … Tallied a season-high eight saves in regulation, then saved three of four penalties in a shootout to advance past No. 9 Santa Clara in the third round of the NCAA Tournament … Made six saves in a 2-1 2OT victory over No. 19 Notre Dame in the ACC Quarterfinals … Racked up seven saves in a loss at No. 1 Virginia during the regular season … Recorded seven saves in a loss to No. 1 North Carolina at home … Recorded three consecutive road shutouts against No. 21 Maryland, Boston College and NC State to propel the Hokies into the national rankings … Named to the Team of the Week on Dec. 3 after the 3-0 victory over Duke in the NCAA Quarterfinals.

2012: Started all 15 games played ... Finished the season with 55 saves, seven shutouts and allowed 18 goals for a 8-6-1 racord ... Shutout then-No. 7 Wake Forest and recorded two saves ... Made five saves against then-No. 14 Virginia ... Charted a season-high seven saves in the scoreless tie against Miami ... Stopped four shots in the 4-1 win over Oklahoma ... Charted five saves in the 3-2 overtime loss to then-No. 9 Duke ... Shutout then-No. 18 Maryland and recorded four saves ... Recorded five saves and faced 18 shots against then-No. 4 Boston College ... Took her first loss of the season against then-No. 18 North Carolina ... Notched four saves and her 15th career shutout in the 3-0 win over NC State ... Was named to the Team of the Week for shutting out Illinois and Massachusetts ... Earned her first shut out of the season her first game back at American ... Missed the first four games this season, as she competed for Team Canada in the 2012 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Japan.

2011: Played in 19 games, making 19 starts … Earned a spot on the ACC All-Academic team for the second straight year ... Posted a 9-7-1 season record … Recorded seven shut outs this season, while setting a new Tech record for a single season … Charted four saves against Virginia in the third round of the NCAA Tournament … Tallied five saves against Texas A&M in the second round of NCAAs … Made three saves and recorded the shut out against West Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … Stopped six shots against top-seeded Duke in the ACC Tournament … Shut out then-No. 8 North Carolina, while making six saves … Shut out NC State and Clemson … Posted five saves in the win against Miami … Shut out then-No. 5 Wake Forest, making a season-high 10 saves … Recorded eight saves against then-No. 13 Boston College … Earned her first shut out of the season in the season opener against UNC Greensboro.

2010: Started all 21 games for the Hokies … Earned ACC All-Freshmen and ACC All-Academic team honors ... Selected team's co-Rookie of the Year ... Recorded two saves against Dayton in the NCAA Tournament … Tallied four saves against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals … Shut out NC State in the final regular season game … Charted five saves at Clemson, while also earning a shut out … Tallied three saves against then-No. 23 Duke … Played a career-high 110 minutes in net against then-No. 19 Wake Forest, making three saves in the first tie of her career … Recorded six saves in Tech’s 2-1 win over then-No. 4 Boston College … Was the difference-maker for Tech, earning her third shut out of the season after tallying five saves in the Hokies’ defeat of then-No. 7 Maryland at home … Made four saves at then-No. 1 North Carolina … Tallied eight saves against then-No. 11 Virginia … Charted three saves against James Madison … Shut out LSU at ACC/ SEC Challenge … Tallied two saves against Kentucky and Long Beach State … Recorded 11 saves at then-No. 9 Texas A&M … Earned first career shut out in home opener against American.

High School: Two-year letterwinner at Fredericton before joining the U20 National Team and the Women’s Canadian National Team … Helped her U20 team to the CONCACAF championships in Guatemala, while also assisting the women’s team to a 2009 Cyprus Cup championship … Participated in the New Brunswick Canada Games … Spent her final summer before college playing for the Ottawa Fury.

Personal: Born April 18, 1992, in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada … Daughter of Kim and Mark Colpitts … Has one brother, Ryan, and two sisters, Alyson and Lauryn … Majoring in biology.