Four-time letter winner as a high-scoring midfielder • one of nine international players on the roster • finished career with 51 points on 18 goals and 15 assists • ranked second in program history with 80 all-time games played and five game-winning goals • fifth all-time with 15 career assists and sixth with 143 career shots • graduated in May 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics.
All-CAA Second Team and All-Tournament Team selection • started all 21 games while guiding the Blue Hens to their second straight CAA Finals appearance • second on the team with 13 points on three goals and five assists • assist total good for sixth in the CAA • also second for Delaware with 38 shots and 16 shots on goal • tied a career-high with two assists in 2-2 tie versus Fairfield (Aug. 30) • registered goals against Seton Hall (Sept. 9), Northeastern (Oct. 17), William & Mary (Oct. 31) and Elon (Nov. 13).
One of three Blue Hens to play in and start in all 20 games for Delaware in the 2014 season • recorded six goals and six assists during his junior season • his goal total was the second highest on the team • his six assists was tied for the team lead with Ben Asante • established new career-highs in goals, assists, points, and shots on the season • collected three game-winning goals, a total good for 52nd nationally • tallied season-high two assists in UD's wins against William & Mary and Drexel • scored a goal in four straight games from Sept. 4 - Sept. 14 • recorded 40 shots on the season, which was the second-highest total on the team • scond team All-Colonial Athletic Association • CAA Player of the Week (Sept. 15) • ECAC Player of the Week (Sept. 15) • CAA All-Tournament Team.
Played in all 20 games at midfield for the Blue Hens and started 15 times • recorded 12 points to rank fourth on the team • scored five goals and tallied two assists while getting off 36 total shots • had four points with two goals at Iona on Sept. 25 • scored game-winners at Iona on Sept. 25 and at #7 UMBC on Oct. 1 • led a Delaware offense that ranked No. 2 in the nation with 2.25 goals per game • part of team that set a school record for wins in a season (14-5-1) and made its second trip to the NCAA Tournament in three years.
Saw action in all 19 games, starting in 18, as a freshman • led the Blue Hens in scoring with eight points on three goals and two assists and had 29 total shots • scored first collegiate goal on Sept. 2 vs. Duke • dished out first collegiate assist on Sept. 29 at Georgia State • registered a .621 shot on goal percentage • registered team's only multiple goal effort with two in 3-2 setback to Towson • also dished out assist vs. UNCW in season finale • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Nov. 5) • CAA Rookie of the Week (Nov. 5).
Played for Carshalton Athletic Club team for most of his young career • team reached last 32 in the Football Association Youth Cup when he was 16 • also played for Fulham and Chelsea Club teams as well as Queens Park Rangers (QPR) Football Club • attended London Freemen's School.
Joseph Remo Dipre [duh—pree] • son of Paul and Clare Dipre • born Sept. 2, 1993 in Epsom, England • finance major at Delaware • father works in publishing • mother is a homemaker • has an older sister, Jasmin • began playing soccer at age three • selected Delaware because of its academics and soccer program • lists father as biggest influence • self-proclaimed great dancer, singer and performer.
Points: 4 – 2x, last vs. Drexel (10/29/14)
Goals: 1 – 18x, last vs. Elon (11/13/15 – CAA Tournament)
Assists: 2 – 3x, last vs. Fairfield (8/30/15)
Shots: 7 vs. Seton Hall (9/10/14)
SOG: 4 vs. Seton Hall (9/19/12)
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