Inge Vermeulen

Inge Vermeulen (6 January 1985 – 10 January 2015) was a Brazil-born Dutch field hockey player.

Inge Vermeulen
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Inge Vermeulen during hockey match AHBC - SCHC on 2 November 2014
Personal information
Full name Inge Joanna Francisca Vermeulen
Born 6 January 1985
Americana, Brazil
Died 10 January 2015 (aged 30)
Utrecht
Sport
Country  Netherlands
Sport Hockey

Club career

Vermeulen played as a goalkeeper for HBS and Bloemendaal. In May 2007, she joined SCHC.[1]

International career

Vermeulen made her debut for the Netherlands on 8 April 2008 against Germany and was part of the Dutch national team at the 2009 Women's EuroHockey Nations Championship and the 2009 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy. She won 9 caps and played her final international in 2010.[2]

In her later years Vermeulen played for her country of birth, Brazil.[3]

Vermeulen committed suicide on 10 January 2015, just four days after her 30th birthday.[4]

References

  1. ^ Inge Vermeulen nieuwe keepster SCHC - AD (in Dutch)
  2. ^ Intl stats Archived 2015-01-12 at the Wayback Machine. - Dutch Hockey Federation
  3. ^ Hockeyster Inge Vermeulen (30) overleden - AD (in Dutch)
  4. ^ Oud-keepster Oranje-hockeysters Inge Vermeulen (30) overleden

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