Height: 5'6"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Grootegast, Netherlands
High School: Johan Cruyff College
Other College: Lindsey Wilson College
Experience: 1st Year


Honors & Awards:

  • Dean's List – 2017 Fall Semester
  • Athletic Director's Honor Roll – 2017 Spring Semester

2017: Played in 11 matches with four starts to accumulate over 500 minutes on the field … Led the team in goals with three … Fired 18 shots with 12 on goal for a .677 shots on goal percentage … Had a season-high four shots against both Appalachian State and Texas State … Had a season-high three shots on goal against Coastal Carolina, Appalachian State, and Chattanooga … Attempted and scored one of GSU’s two penalty kicks this season.

2016 (Lindsey Wilson): Played in 16 matches with six starts … Scored 12 goals, including three game-winners … Posted 49 shots with 30 on target for a .612 shots on goal percentage … Led the team in shots and tied for first in goals … Tied for first on the team in assists with seven … Two-time selection as Mid-South Conference Player of the Week … Led the team to two consecutive conference championships.

2015 (Lindsey Wilson): Appeared in 21 games, including 19 starts, for the Blue Raiders … Second Team NAIA All-American … NAIA Player of the Week (Sept. 30) … Selected to NAIA All National Tournament Team … Named NAIA Tournament Top Offensive Player after scoring six goals in the tournament … Named Mid-South Conference Freshman of the Year… First Team All Mid-South Conference … Three-time selection as Mid-South Conference Player of the Week … Scored 24 goals, the sixth-most by a Blue raider in a single season … Accrued the seventh-highest single-season point total with 55 … Tied the single-season game-winning goal record with eight … Scored her first goal in a 3-0 victory over Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) on Aug. 22 … Scored a hat trick in a 6-3 victory over Martin Methodist (Tenn.) on Sep. 26 … Scored four goals for Lindsey Wilson in the Mid-South Conference Tournament … Scored four times in a 5-0 victory over Point Park (Pa.) in the opening round of the NAIA Tournament.

Personal: Yvonne Ploeg was born on April 18, 1995 in Grootegast, Netherlands … Daughter of Jetse and Anny Ploeg … Has three sisters, Annette, Hilda, and Jessica, and a brother, Dennie … Plans to major in sport administration.

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