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    Dominique Masters
    Dominique Masters


    Canterbury, United Kingdom

    High School:
    The King's School



    2013: Started all 20 matches ... Ranked second on the team with eight goals and 20 points ... Earned a starting nod in NU's season-opener at Providence (8/30), recording a team-high five shots ... Scored first collegiate goal in a win at No. 15 Northeastern (9/1) ... Assisted on a goal in a victory over Miami (Ohio) (9/9) ... Tallied the game-winning goal while posting eight shots in a win at Ball State (9/10) ... Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week Sept. 24 after assisting on the game-winning goal at No. 9 Duke (9/22) ... Recorded first collegiate hat trick, including scoring the game-tying goal with 1:47 left in the second half, in a 4-3 overtime victory over No. 14 Iowa (9/27) ... Scored both of the team's goals in a 2-0 win at Central Michigan (10/27) en route to being named Big Ten Freshman of the Week Oct. 29.

    High School: Helped the team to four consecutive county championships while making five appearances at regionals ... Member of Kent County U-15 (national champions, 2008) and U-17 (national runners-up, 2009) teams ... Represented England vs. Ireland, Germany and Belgium on U-18 squad (2011-12) ... Competed in 2012 UK School Games ... Saxon Tigers England Regional team U-15, U-16, U-17, U-18 ... The King's School scholarship recipient 2008-13 ... Member of Canterbury Field Hockey Club for 13 years ... Team captain and MVP in both field hockey and netball ... House monitor.

    Personal: Born Dominique Louis Masters in Tokyo ... Daughter of Paul and Wendy Masters ... Older brother, Jack, competed in 4 Nations Rugby for England U-16 ... Older sister, Stephanie, played regional field hockey and national cricket ... Younger sister, Genevieve, is a member of England U-18 field hockey team ... High school teammate of Francesca Berry.