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Abby Omdahl
Abby  Omdahl


Bethlehem, Pa.

High School:
Saucon Valley




Highlights | Women's Basketball vs Holy Cross

Loyola University Maryland women's basketball defeated College of the Holy Cross, 58-45, on March 2, 2016.

2017-18 (Junior)
 Played in 16 games
 Scored 13 points
 Contributed a season-high five points at Bucknell
 Recorded a personal-best two blocks and two steals at William & Mary

2016-17 (Sophomore)

• Played 21 games, including starting against Boston University
• Finished the season with 24 points and 28 rebounds
• Had a career-best six points at Navy, connecting on a pair of 3-pointers
• Pulled down a personal-best seven rebounds against Lipscomb
• Earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2015-16 (Freshman)
• Appeared in 16 games for the Greyhounds
• Scored a season-best four points against Army West Point
• Brought down two rebounds in four games against Lipscomb, Fairfield, Mount St. Mary’s, and St. Francis Brooklyn

Before Loyola

• Earned six letters at Saucon Valley High School – four in basketball and two in track
• Missed junior season due to an ACL tear, but came back as a senior to be the Saucon Valley’s leading scorer and rebounder
• Led her high school team in 3-point field goals as a senior (33)
• Guided the team to the district playoffs for three-straight seasons, earning a spot in the conference tournament in 2014-15
• Named second-team All-Conference in 2012, earning a spot on the first team during her senior campaign
• Earned a spot on the 2014-15 Via All-Area All-Star Team, as well as the Lehigh Valley Live All-Area Team
• AAU team, Lehigh Valley Fever, took fifth at the national championships in 2013, after winning the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships that same year
• Played for the Philadelphia Comets, wining the 2014 Black Diamond Tournament

• Daughter of Matthew and Mary Kathryn Omdahl
• Has one sister, Allison; and one brother, Ryan
• Plans to major in business administration.





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