University of Iowa Athletics

#33 Corey Burns

Height 5-5
Class RS Sr.
Hometown Green Oaks, Ill.
High School Loyola Academy
Corey Burns - Women's Soccer - University of Iowa Athletics

2017 Honors — One of three players to share Iowa’s Defensive Player of the Year honor… Big Ten All-Tournament Team selection… Academic All-Big Ten. 2017 — Started 18 games, logging 1,599 minutes — the third-most on the team… notched a goal in Iowa’s 8-1 win over Southern Utah (8/31)… also collected two assists on the year… fired nine shots with four being on goal… letterwinner.

2016 Honors — Academic All-Big Ten selection. 2016 — Saw action in 16 games, including starting the final nine games… logged 909 minutes… firing 10 shots, five being on goal… member of a defense that posted four shutouts… letterwinner.

2015 — Received a medical redshirt after missing all but three games because of injury… logged 192 minutes on the year… tallied an assist in Iowa’s 1-0 win over Pacific on Aug. 21… named to Iowa’s Leadership Council… letterwinner.

2014 — Saw action in 20-of-22 games, starting all 20 games played… logged 1,697 minutes as a defender… netted two goals, scoring her first career goal and first career game-winner in a 1-0 home victory over Northwestern… dished out a team-high seven assists… named to Top Drawer Soccer’s Team of the Week on Sept. 16 after leading Iowa to a pair of shutout victories over Illinois and Northwestern… helped a Hawkeye defense that set the school record for most shutouts in a season (12) and fewest goals allowed in a regular season (16)… Iowa’s defense ranked second in the Big Ten in shutouts and fourth in goals against average (0.75)… helped Iowa advance to the Big Ten Tournament championship game for the second-straight season after helping the defense to a pair of shutout victories over No. 23 Rutgers and Northwestern… Academic All-Big Ten honoree… letterwinner.

2013 — Saw action in six matches… made one start and logged 124 minutes… made her first career start in Iowa’s NCAA Tournament matchup at Notre Dame… member of an Iowa team that posted a school-record 15 victories, advanced to its first Big Ten Tournament championship game and earned the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance… letterwinner.

High School — NSCAA All-American as a senior and was a two-time NSCAA All-Midwest All-American… two-time Pioneer Press Player of the Year… three-time all-conference, two-time all-state and all-sectional honoree… Chicago Sun Times All-Area First Team as a senior… named to the Pepsi Showdown All-Tournament team in 2012… led team to a regional and sectional title as a senior… tallied 29 points with 11 goals and seven assists to earn six state honors as a junior… …Chicago Tribune All-State First Team as a junior…led team to regional championship and conference title…named all-conference as a sophomore with 14 points (four goals, six assists)… led team to regional and sectional championship, and first place conference finish… competed on varsity as freshman… led team to three Catholic Cup championships, and was named Catholic Cup MVP as sophomore… led team to Pepsi Showdown championship as a junior and sophomore… played club soccer for FC United Select… led club team to State Cup finals and to a second-place finish in the Fall MRL Premiership in 2012… team claimed 2013 State Cup title, was a 2013 Midwest Regional finalist and earned 2013 National Championship qualification…played on Illinois Olympic Development Program team that won national championship in 2011… named Loyola Academy Scholar.

Personal — Born June 7, 1995… daughter of Bill and Heidi Burns… cousin, Mike Carlson, played soccer at Marquette… has three siblings, Johnny, Devin and Riley… high school and club coach was Craig Snower… majoring in elementary education.