- U.S. National Team: WNT
- Position: Midfielder
- Date Of Birth: April 11, 1987
- Height: 5-7
- Hometown: Naperville, Ill.
- Club: Washington Freedom
Played in 92 games during a stellar career at Notre Dame, scoring 46 goals with 29 assists as she played multiple positions … One of 17 Notre Dame players to reach 100 career points (finished with 121) ... Shares the Irish record for career goals in the NCAA Tournament (10) ... Her 23 career points in NCAA tournament play rank fourth … She holds two interesting records in the NCAA record books 1) her goal vs. Georgetown in 2005 sparked the quickest three-goal span by one team in NCAA history (0:51) 2) Her goal at North Carolina in a 2007 NCAA Round of 16 game sparked fastest back-to-back scores by one team in NCAA Championship history (0:14) ... As a senior, she was an ESPN the Magazine First-Team Academic All-American selection and a Hermann Trophy semifinalist ... She earned All-Big East First-Team honors ... Played in 22 games while making 17 starts and finished with six goals and nine assists for 21 points as Notre Dame’s third leading scorer … Scored the game winner at second-ranked North Carolina in Notre Dame’s 1-0 win ... Scored two goals against Marquette in a span of 86 seconds … Battled through injuries in the postseason, but returned at the College Cup to help Notre Dame reach the NCAA Championship … As a junior, she was named an NSCAA First-Team All-American ... Also named an ESPN the Magazine Third-Team Academic All- American ... Was co-recipient of the Big East Offensive Player of the Year as she scored a career high 16 goals ... Named as a final-15 Hermann Trophy candidate and a First-Team All-Big East selection as she led the conference with 10 goals during league play … As a sophomore, she was Second-Team All-Great Lakes Region and Second-Team All-Big East … She missed first four games while playing for the USA in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, but still finished third on the team in scoring and sixth in the Big East with 12 goals and seven assist for 31 points ... Tied for team lead with six game-winning goals ... Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team after helping the Irish to the NCAA championship game … As a freshman, she was named Second-Team All-Big East while racking up 33 points on 12 goals and nine assists … Had points in 12 of final 13 games (8g, 5a in final 11) … Started 17 of 24 matches she played and scored Notre Dame’s lone goal in the 3-1 loss to Portland in the quarterfinals of the 2005 NCAA Tournament … Did not play high school soccer as a junior, instead gaining unique experience by playing with the Chicago Magic U-17/18 boys team … Returned to high school soccer at Neuqua Valley as a senior, helping her team win the state title ... Totaled 24 goals and seven assists in 24 games played … NVHS trailed defending champ New Trier 3-0 in title game before amazingly rallying in second half for 6-3 win ... A two-time Parade All-American and three-time NSCAA All-American.
Full name is Brittany Christine Bock … Involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Graduated in May 2009 with a degree in marketing from the Notre Dame … Received the Leader of Distinction Award … She is always listening to music and loves to dance ... Favorite color is green ... Loves the outdoors and hiking ... Enjoys reading ... Fascinated by outer-space and watching the “Planet Earth” documentaries ... Her Grandma O’Neal is her inspiration ... Has a very large sweet tooth … Can’t get enough of Grandpa Bock’s “old school” home cooking ... Aspires to be a sports/fitness model ... Favorite animal is a turtle … Has had five pet turtles: Speedy, Jenny, Willie, Mac and Segundo (aka Squirt) ... Family has a golden retriever Grizzly ... Worked as independent distributor of jewelry following in the footsteps of her mother, Kelly, and her sister, Jenny ... Jenny played on the Eastern Illinois soccer team … The Bock sisters won the National 3-vs.-3 soccer tournament in 2002 at the Disney Complex, in Orlando ... Brother Erik is a sophomore studying theology at Notre Dame … Her father, Brian, was standout baseball player at Illinois.