D'Agostino's Career Stats (through 2010) | D'Agostino's Game-by-Game Stats (through 2010)
Started all 24 games for Wake Forest this season, totalling two goals and nine assists ... Was named co-captain of the 2010 squad ... Assisted on Katie Stengel's game-tying goal against Maryland in the ACC Championship game ... Scored Wake Forest's opening goal against Florida State in the ACC Championship quarterfinals ... Assisted on Katie Stengel's game-winning goal against No. 6 Maryland in the regular season ... Had an assist on Katie Stengel's goal against Virginia Tech ... Recorded a multi-point game in Wake's 3-1 victory at Miami, scoring the game-winning goal and assisting on Katie Stengel's second goal ... Named to ACC/SEC Challenge All-Tournament Team ... Assisted on Rachel Nuzzolese's game-winning goal against ECU.
Started all 24 games during the 2009 season ... Scored two goals and also added six assists on the season ... Called into U.S. U-23 Women's National Team training camp in early December ... Had a superb start to the 2009 season, scoring a goal and adding two assists against High Point ... Scored a goal and an assist in victory against East Carolina ... Assisted on Jill Hutchinson's game-winning goal against Penn State ... Notched fifth assist of the season on Jackie Logue's goal against Miami ... Contributed on Jill Hutchinson's goal against Virginia Tech.
Played in 20 games, including 15 starts, in first season in a Wake Forest uniform ... Finished the season with three goals and two assists ... Made first start as a Demon Deacon against UNC-Wilmington (8/31) ... Scored first goal of the season, a game-winning goal, and added an assist against Charlotte (9/12) ... Added another game-winning goal against Cal State Fullerton (9/14) ... Named to Wake Forest Nike Tournament All-Tournament Team ... Earned ACC Player of the Week honors (9/16) and Soccer America National Team of the Week accolades (9/16) ... Tallied third goal of the season against UNC Greensboro (9/19) ... Added second assist of the season at Duke (10/9) ... Selected to travel to England with United States U-23 Women's National Team in July ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.
2007 (Freshman at Penn State)
Added one assist while playing in 23 games, including nine starts.
Played high school soccer at The Loomis Chaffee School where she scored 76 goals with 44 assists in 65 games ... High school team posted consecutive undefeated seasons ... Named a Parade All-American in 2007 ... Twice named a NSCAA High School All-American and was named Connecticut Player of the Year following the 2006-07 season ... High school squad won three consecutive Class A New England Championship titles ... Selected for the U-14 and 17 National Team Pools and was a Region I ODP member from 2002-07 ... Ran track for one season while in high school.
Born January 11, 1989 ... Daughter of Tom and Vincenza D'Agostino ... Majoring in communication with a minor in entrepreneurship and social enterprise ... Brother Francesco played soccer at James Madison University.