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Holly Lorman
12   Holly Lorman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Saskatoon, Canada

High School:
Walter Murray HS

Height:
5-4

Position:
Forward/Midfield

Birthdate:
05/05/1983

Experience:
3L


TULSA ? A two-year letterwinner and starter . . . has started 35 of 39 career games . . . career numbers include nine goals and three assists for 21 points.

SOPHOMORE (2002) ? Started 15 of 19 games played and produced three goals and two assists for eight points . . . tied for second on the team in assists and was third for goals scored . . . scored one goal each against Boise State, Nevada and Oklahoma State . . . tallied both of her assists against Rice . . . her second assist against the Owls led to Danielle Fauteux?s game-winning goal.

FRESHMAN (2001) ? Started all 20 games . . . completed her first season with six goals and one assist for 13 points . . . ranked third on the team in both goals and scoring . . . named to the all-tournament team and selected as offensive MVP of the 2001 AT&T Wireless Oklahoma Shoot-out . . . tallied two goals against Fresno State in the WAC Tournament . . . scored the game-winning goal vs. Arkansas . . . picked up her lone assist of the season against St. Bonaventure.

PRIOR TO TULSA ? Was a four-year member of the Walter Murray High School soccer team . . . played on the U19 Canadian National Pool Team . . . was team MVP and team captain as a senior . . . was the Saskatchewan Female Athlete of the Year in 1999 for club youth soccer . . . played eight years for the Lakewood Sharks Club Team . . . was the leading scorer in prep soccer in the city of Saskatoon four straight years . . . led her club team to six consecutive provincial and city championships.

PERSONAL ? An arts and sciences major . . . born May 5, 1983 . . . one of two children of Albert and Heather Lorman . . . her grandfather, Victor Lynn, played for the National Hockey League?s Toronto Maple Leafs from 1940-57.

Lorman?s Career Totals
Year	G-GS	Shots	Goals	Asts	Pts
	2001	20-20	  53	   6	  1	13
	2002	19-15	  31	   3	  2	 8
	Totals	39-35	  84	   9	  3	21