9 Dorthe Hoppius
Dorthe  Hoppius


Dorsten, Germany

High School:
Gymnasium Petrinum





#1-Spartans Knocked Out Of MW Tournament On Penalty Kicks

The Spartans came from behind twice in the match.


Spartans Go Streaking Into Mountain West Tournament

The Spartans are taking a six-match winning streak into the MW Tournament.


Six Spartans Earn All-Mountain West Honors; Hanson Wins Coach Of The Year

Lauren Hanson is the MW Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons.


Spartans Make History With 1-0 Win On Senior Day

The Spartans won their program-record ninth match during conference play.


Spartans Beat Colorado College, 3-2; Can Clinch Regular Season Title Sunday

Dorthe Hoppius and Jamilecxth Becerra both scored goal number five of the season in the win.

AT SJSU: Back-to-back All-Mountain West First Team in 2015 and 2016 ... Heading into her senior campaign in 2017 she is tied for fourth on SJSU's career list for goals (18), fifth in points (44) and fifth for game-winners with six ... Received one of the highest academic honors in the sport in 2016 when she was a National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-American. 

INTERNATIONAL SOCCER: Made her international soccer debut with her native German Women’s National Team at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea … Germany Defeated Mexico 3-0 in her debut (Nov. 16, 2016) when she played 10 minutes … Called upon to play the final 23 minutes of Germany’s quarterfinal match (Nov. 25, 2016) against France which ended in a 1-0 defeat.

2016: An All-Mountain West first-team forward for the second year in a row … A National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Pacific Region second-team choice … One of just 37 players in the country to make the NSCAA Scholar All-America list … An Academic All-Mountain West honoree … Led the Spartans in points (21), goals (8) and assists (4) … Tallied game-winning goals in victories over Seattle U (8/28) and Colorado State (10/16) … Averaged 3.47 shots per game to lead the team … 27-of-66 (40.9) shots on goal for the year.

2015: A First-Team All-Mountain West selection after scoring five of her eight goals during conference play … Led the conference with three game-winners in league play … Second on the team with 19 points and eight goals … Scored game-winners on the road at Air Force (10/8) and in overtime at New Mexico (10/16) … Her game-winning goal at home versus Nevada punched SJSU’s ticket to the Mountain West Tournament, which they went on to win … Assisted Darriell Franklin’s game-winning goal in the conference opener at Wyoming (9/25) … Finished the season with eight goals, three assists, 19 points, three game winners and put 26 of 59 shots on goal … One of the leaders on the team in minutes with 1778 over the course of 22 matches played and 21 starts.

2014: Started all 19 matches in her freshman season as a forward … Scored two goals including the game-winner in a 3-0 win over Colorado State (10/17) … Scored a goal in the Spartans’ 3-2 win over Colorado College (10/24) … Second on the team with 26 shots … finished with 10 shots on goal … Ended the season with 1,282 minutes played.

Played for the Bochum side (Coach Sabrina Gesell) in Germany's Second Women's Football League Bundesliga during the 2013-14 season ... Scored nine goals in 22 games ... Attended Gymnasium Petrinum in Dorsten, Germany.

 Goes by Didi (Dee-Dee) ... A justice studies major ... Would like to become a policewoman ... The native of Recklinghausen, Germany was born on May 22, 1996.