w-soccer Julia Hajjar Bio - Loyola University Maryland Official Athletic Site

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Julia Hajjar

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

High School:
Sir Robert Borden

Height:
5-5

Position:
F


2012 (RS Sophomore):Made season debut at Michigan State...Played in 18 games as a junior midfielder...Recorded first point of the season with an assist from a through ball sent to Van Dyke for the finish (8/26)...Scored first career goal in 1-0 win at Manhattan, as Donohue brought the ball from the back line, to Hajjar to finish off...Notched her first career assist in a 2-1 win at Oakland (8/26).

2011 (RS Freshman): Played in 14 games at forward for Loyola in her redshirt freshman season... Made her collegiate debut in the season-opener against Towson (8/20).

2010: Did not play due to injury.

High School: The leading scorer for the Ottawa Fury in 2007 and 2008 and was selected to the Fury's W-League Team in 2009... In 2008, she, along with current women's soccer player, Tessa McClenahan, led the Fury to the United States National Cup Finals, and the USL Super-Y League North American Finals, while also being selected to the ODP National Camp for Super Y Leaguers... That same year, she received the Charlotte and Alex McCurdy Trophy for being named the Ottawa Fury Club Top Goalscorer Award recipient... Played basketball, volleyball and track and field all four years and was a three-time High School Female Athlete of the Year... On the track, Hajjar ran the 100- and 200-meter dashes, as well as the 100-meter relay where she placed in the top five in Eastern Ontario.

Personal: Julia Marie Hajjar... Daughter of George and Margo Hajjar... Has two siblings, Kathryn and Alexander.

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