- U.S. National Team: U-23 WNT
- Position: Forward
- Date Of Birth: May 9, 1991
- Height: 5-9
- Hometown: Tualatin, Ore.
- Previous National Teams: U-20 WNT
- Club: Stanford
A regular call-up for the U.S. U-20s in 2009, she was not a member of the team at the CONCACAF Women’s Championships in Guatemala, but worked her way back into the mix through camps and games in 2010 … Has played forward and outside back for the U-20s … Played in 13 total matches for the USA before the U-20 Women’s World Cup, including eight internationals, and scored twice … One of the leading scorers for the U.S. U-17s in 2008, scoring 12 goals in 13 career international matches including four scores at the U-17 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand … Played in every game in New Zealand and scored against Paraguay, two against South Korea and the winning goal in the 81st minute against Germany in the 2-1 semifinal victory that sent the Americans to the championship game … Started four matches at 2008 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championships, leading the team in scoring with six goals while finding the net in three of the five matches … Scored against New Zealand in January of 2008 in the Future Stars Tournament … Played for the U.S. U-16 Girls’ National Team in 2007, scoring four goals including two in a win over the University of Florida.
Played from U-17 with the FC Portland Sapphire until she left for college … Played U-11 through U-16 with the Southside Strikerz … Won State Cup titles with the Strikerz as U-12s in 2003, U-13s in 2004 and U-15s in 2006.
Played in all 26 games for Stanford as a freshman, starting eight and scored four goals with six assists … Helped the Cardinal to an undefeated regular season and a berth in the NCAA Championship Game … She was named to the Pac 10 All-Freshman Team … Attended Tualatin High School where she scored 93 goals and had 31 assists, including 34 goals as a freshman, but only played in one game as a senior due to National Team commitments … Had two goals and three assists in that one HS game … A 2009 Parade All-American … Named Gatorade Oregon State Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007 ... Named Oregon's 6A Player of the Year by The Oregonian in 2006 … As a junior, she was First-Team All-State the Pac-9 Player of the Year as well captain of the Oregon ODP Team … As a sophomore, she was the Oregon State Gatorade Player of the Year and the Multnomah Athletic Club sophomore scholar athlete of the year … As a sophomore, she was the Pac-9 Player of the Year, First-Team All-State, the Oregon 6A Player of the Year and the MVP of the state championship game … As a freshman, she was Second-Team All-State … Scored two goals in her first high school game against the defending state champion.
Full name is Courtney Reneé Verloo … Nickname is Court … Major is undecided … Was a member of the National Honor Society … Was a member of the Key Club, a community service organization … On the honor roll as a freshman, sophomore and junior … Likes to spend time with her family and fiends and travel, especially on vacation … Being from the northwest, she loves Oregon and the outdoors.