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WSOC vs. USNA
WSOC at American
WSOC 1, BU 0
WSOC vs. BU
WSOC vs. Lehigh
Sophomore Kelsey Targarona scores her first career goal as Loyola tops Towson 1-0
Loyola women's soccer hosted DePaul on Sunday, August 31, 2014.
Loyola Women's Soccer vs. George Mason
Loyola hosted UMBC on September 10, 2013
The Loyola University Maryland women's soccer team opened the 2013 season with a 2-1 victory at Towson University.
2013 (Freshman): Became the seventh player under head coach Katherine Remy-Vettori to start in 15-plus games as a freshman... With classmate Nicole Wahlig, the pair became only the second duo under Vettori to start in 15 or more games as freshmen... Became the first women's soccer player in program history to earn Patriot League weekly honors, being named the rookie of the week on August 26, 2013, after helping the defense hold Towson University scoreless in the first 20 minutes... Made a header block in that same game, helping the Greyhounds to a 2-1 win over the Tigers... Tallied first collegiate point off an assist to classmate Maddie Boccio at George Washington... Took three shots and two on goal, while also leading the back line to a 1.53 goals against average... Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
Before Loyola:Earned First Team All-State honors her senior year, finding a spot on the Baltimore Metro First Team... Named the Howard County Times/Columbia Flier Player of the Year... Was on the first team All-County roster her junior year, and second team All-County her sophomore year... Won the County Championship for Marriotts Ridge High School in 2010... Played on the Freestate United club team with fellow Greyhound Maddie Boccio, helping the team to the 2013 ECNL National Playoffs... Finalist at the National Championships in 2011... Finished third at nationals in 2010... Also played lacrosse her freshman year, while participating on the dance team freshman and sophomore years.
Personal: Morgan Alexandra Crable... Daughter of Judy and Michael Crable... Has one brother, Chase... Was a member of the National Honor Society, and was named a four-year scholar athlete... Volunteered for Special Olympics... Major is undecided.