Lianne Bobal
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Lianne Bobal

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Annandale, N.J.

High School:
North Hunterdon

Position:
M


09/25/2009

LOUISVILLE LACROSSE CLINIC DEMONSTRATION

Louisville/Bellarmine Lacrosse Clinic/Demonstration

Junior Season (2010): Started nine games, but season was cut short due to injury ... registered 21 goals and two assists during that span ... tallied at least one goal in each contest ... had four man-up goals ... recorded 15 draw controls and 10 ground balls ... registered two man-up goals at home versus Oregon ... scored a season-high four goals twice - first in the season-opener against Binghamton and again versus Ohio State ... also had four draw controls and three ground balls against Binghamton.

Sophomore Season (2009): Started all 17 games ... set a career high in goals with six against Villanova ... also scored four goals twice (UC Davis and Georgetown) ... finished the season with 13 multi-goal games ... was second on the team in goals (39) ... had a .419 shooting percentage and a .710 shots on goal percentage ... scored three game winners, which ranked second most on the team ... had 24 ground balls and 15 draw controls ... was a BIG EAST Honor Roll selection three times during the season.

Freshman Season (2008): Started all 16 games ... fourth on the team in draw controls (27) and fifth on in goals (22), points (30) and assists (8) ... scored a season-best three goals three times (Robert Morris, La Salle and UC Davis) ... tallied a season-high three assists against Bryant ... had four draw controls apiece in wins over Davidson and Cincinnati.

High School: Lettered three years in lacrosse at North Hunterdon High for coach Amy Dalgewicz ... played club lacrosse for T3 Lax ... named first team all-area ... NHHS Most Outstanding Senior (Female) Athlete ... Lions Pride Most Spirited Scholarship Award... National Girl's and Women in Sports Honoree ... first North Hunterdon Division I women's lacrosse player.

Personal: Daughter of David and Sherry Ann Bobal ... birthday is June 29 ... has one brother ... majoring in exercise physiology.

    American Athletic Conference NCAA University of Louisville
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