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Emma Ebert ‘20 Recruiting Profile

  • Kingwood High School
  • Women's Soccer
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Emma Ebert's Women's Soccer Recruiting Profile
Houston Dash DPL 01/02 (U19)
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Personal Statement

Growing up, I played many sports and was generally good at most of them.  I am not sure how I settled on soccer, but I knew I didn’t like sucking in my stomach and pointing my toes in gymnastics.  I gave up swimming when I realized I would never finish better than second to my sister.  Softball was OK, but it was a bit slow and there were too many cheers to learn.  I didn’t try basketball and volleyball until middle school because I am a triplet and my parents couldn’t get us to any more activities.  From an early age, though, I always played soccer!  I liked the action, I loved being around my teammates, and I scored a lot of goals.

Our family moved to the Houston, TX area in 2015 and soccer helped tremendously with the transition.  While in Louisiana, I was part of a strong club (Mandeville Soccer Club) and a good team.  All my teammates were committed to the sport and our team enjoyed good success in the state of Louisiana and regionally at the Premier Level.  It was hard to move and I was sad to leave the team.

Finding a soccer club in our new community was more difficult than I thought.  The two clubs with the best reputation in the area were quite a distance from where we lived and I knew it would be hard to balance my time between school and soccer.  The first club I tried out for was not a good fit and I left the field crying.  The other club was even further away, but by coincidence they were forming new teams in my town.  While I decided to try out for that club, I knew I would be taking a chance because it was a new team, we would be competing at a lower level than my former team, and I had no idea if the team would be good, bad, or terrible.

I joined the new team and it turned out to be a great decision.  I quickly made friends and they were very welcoming.  Although we competed at a lower level, the transition forced me to become more of a leader on and off the field.  I was named one of the team captains and I improved my game on the field as well.

In 2016-17, I was the only freshman to make the varsity team for the Kingwood Mustangs.  Many of my club teammates were on the team and that made the experience easier.  I was a leading scorer on the team.  It was an amazing feeling to score our only goal and game tying goal in the Texas High School Playoffs that eventually helped our team to regionals on penalty kicks.

I love soccer and want to continue my soccer career in college.  I have been able to balance soccer with my academics and managed an 4.0 GPA (unweighted) my freshman year.  I am in many AP and Pre-AP classes including Human Geography, Biology, English, and Geometry.  With my advanced classes, I have a weighted average GPA of 5.3.  I am ranked 23 out of 697 students.

I am undecided about my college major but I want to attend an institute that offers competitive academics, as well as, athletics.  I would really like to push my abilities in both areas.  I still can’t beat my sister at swimming, but I do know I would be a great addition to a college or university and its soccer program. 


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 3 years
  • Varsity Starter:
  • 2 years
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #20
  • Individual Awards:
    2nd Team All-State, 1st Team All-Conference, UIL Disctrict 22-6A Offensive MVP
  • Team Awards:
    , Regional 2nd Place, Sectional Champs, Conference Champs
  • Season Schedule
  • 2018 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #20
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-Region, 1st Team All-Conference, Academic All-District, Co-Offensive MVP Team
  • Team Awards:
    Sectional Champs, Conference Champs
  • Season Schedule
  • 2017 Varsity Team
  • Jersey: #6
  • Individual Awards:
    2nd Team All-Conference, Varsity Newcomer of the Year
  • Team Awards:
    Regional 3rd Place, Sectional Champs, Conference Champs

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 4 seasons
  • 2019 Houston Dash DPL 01/02 (U19) (Development Player League)
  • Season Schedule
  • 2018 Houston Dash DA 00/01 (Development Academy )
  • 2018 Houston Dash Youth FDL U19 (Frontier Development League)
  • Notes: The Frontier Development League (FDL) is designed to expand the Girls Development Academy (DA) player pool for participating clubs. The league creates a highly professional training environment and competitive model for aspiring DA players, bridging the gap between club soccer and Development Academy soccer. The FDL provides a clear pathway for players who show the potential to make the jump to the DA level of play. The FDL teams will offer players who excel to have the opportunity to be called up as a Development Player for their respective DA teams. This structure provides an expanded pool of aspiring DA players with more exposure to the DA training model and level of play, while allowing them the time they need to develop as well as offering the flexibility to play high school soccer. Founded on the ideology of the full DA program, the FDL provides a development structure that focuses on playing more meaningful games with professional game day environment, more training, high-level coaching, development before winning attitude, and great exposure in major college showcases events.
  • Season Schedule
  • 2017 Houston Dash Youth Soccer (01 Pre Academy)

Coach References

  • Club Coach
  • Gene Van Ness
  • Club Coach
  • Randy Evans
  • High School Head Coach
  • Pres Holcomb
  • Club Coach
  • Darron Rush
  • Club Coach
  • Jamie Bell
  • Club Coach
  • Michael Ortner



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High School Information

High School:
Kingwood High School
(281) 641-6900

Academic Accomplishments

AP Classes:
Yes. 11th Grade English AP U.S. History AP PreCalc PreAP A/B Accounting PreAP Physics PreAP 10th Grade English 2 PreAP Algebra 2 PreAP Chemistry PreAP World History AP Accounting I AH 9th Grade English I PreAP Biology PreAP Geometry PreAP Human Geography AP
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • National Honor Society
  • Award
    • 2017-18 K-Award Winner: PreAP English (Most Outstanding Student in Class)
  • Award
    • 2017-18 K-Award Nominee: Chemistry
  • Award
    • Spanish National Honor Society
  • Award
    • 2018-19 K-Award Winner: PreCalc PreAP A/B

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Statistic 2019 Varsity Te 2018 Varsity Te 2018 Houston Da 2017 Varsity Te
Goals 33 31 31 11
Assists 17 12 12
Games Played 29 29 29 26
Record 24-2-3 25-2-2 25-2-2


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