The University of New Mexico graduate will play in her first U.S. Women's Open after surviving a 2-for-1 playoff for the final spot in a 36-hole qualifier in her native country of Belgium on May 29, making par on the first extra hole after shooting 2-under 140. De Roey won the Mountain West Conference title for the Lobos in 2012 and helped New Mexico capture a team title two years later. She represented Belgium in the 2014 Women's World Amateur Team Championship in Japan. De Roey turned professional in 2015 and has captured five worldwide titles, including the 2022 Aramco Team Series - Bangkok on the Ladies European Tour. De Roey earned her LPGA Tour card for the 2023 season via the Q-Series. She also continues to compete on the Ladies European Tour.