18 Dempsey Arsenault
2022 U.S. Women Roster|
One of the nation's best as a collegiate player, Dempsey Arsenault has taken her game to new levels
A dynamic midfielder, Dempsey earned her first U.S. team invite after scoring 103 points in leading Boston College to the NCAA championship game in 2018. She combined for 195 points her final two seasons and never let her foot off the gas pedal.
Former Australia gold medalist and Towson head coach Sonia Judd LaMonica said this after Arsenault led the Baltimore Brave team to the WPLL championship in 2019: "Best player in the world. I’ll make that statement. I’m going to put it out there. It’s bold. But in terms of her versatility, just two-way, she does it all and she is so dominant."
- Made her debut with the senior team at 2018 President’s Cup in Florida alongside college teammate Sam Apuzzo
- Missed the 2021 Fall Classic recovering from an injury
- Two-time first team IWLCA All-American and the 2019 IWLCA Midfielder of the Year from Boston College
- After scoring a combined 25 points her first two years, scored 103 in 2018 and 92 in 2019
- Finished BC career with 220 points (146g, 74a) and 290 draw controls, helping the Eagles reach the NCAA championship game each of her final three years
- No. 2 overall pick in 2019 WPLL College Draft and went on to lead the league in scoring and was the MVP of the 2019 WPLL championship game
- Played in Athletes Unlimited last summer and finished No. 13 on the leaderboard despite missing three games
- Volunteer assistant coach at Harvard under from USA team captain Devon Wills