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Allison Boris
Allison  Boris


Shavertown, Pa

High School:
Lake Lehman




2006: Started all 21 games on offense...Scored 14 goals, while adding nine assists for a total of 37 points...Names to the All-BIG EAST Second Team...BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 28)...Tied for sixth in the BIG EAST in points per game with 1.75...Ranked sixth in the BIG EAST in goals per game with .65...Ranked ninth in the BIG EAST in assists per game with .45...Recorded nine points, four goals and one assist, in a 6-1 win over West Chester (Sept. 13)...Registered three goals and two assists in 5-1 win over Appalachian State (Aug. 26)...Had four multiple-goal games...Named to the NFHCA Academic Squad.

2005: Selected as NFHCA and BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... Made a splash as a rookie, playing in all 20 games and starting 12 ... Was the leading rookie scorer with seven goals and two assists for 24 points ... Tallied multiple goals twice, against La Salle (Sept. 30) and then-no. 13 Louisville (Oct. 15) ... Also scored against Georgetown (Aug. 29), Monmouth, and Providence (Oct. 23) ... Recorded her assists versus Monmouth (Oct. 5) and U of L for a five point game against the Cardinals.

Lake Lehman High School: Earned four varsity letters as a forward on coach Jean Lipski's field hockey team and another four as a distance runner on the track and field team ... Joined high school's first swim team ... named first team All-State in 2004, second team All-State in 2003 and honorable mention in 2002 ... Team captain of the field hockey, swimming and track & field teams as a senior ... Started on the state championship team in 2002 and was member of the state runner-up team in 2001 ... Medalled in the Keystone State Games three times (Gold in 2002 and 2004, bronze in 2003) ... Namedas aCitizen's Voice field hockey first team All-Star in 2003 and 2004 ... Won the EDNA Award for Senior Leadership, the Sportswoman of the Year Award, the PIAA Student-Athlete Award, and the Killer Bee Student-Athlete Awardin 2004 ... Earned the Pete Gray Award for Overcoming Adversity andthe Buddy Award for Strength and Determination in 2003 ... Was the field hockey team's top scorer in 2004 with 20 goals and 18 assists ... Recognized as the second-highest scorer in the Wyoming Valley Conference that same year ... Was a track & field state qualifer as a senior ... Holds school track & field records in the 800m, the 4x400m relay and the 4x800m relay ... Member of the National Honor Society from 2002-2005 ... Was a Best and Brightest finalist for Service to the Community.

Personal: Biology major ... Middle daughter of Frank and Susan ... Sister, Lindsay, played as a midfielder on the Brown University field hockey team ... Born on March 2, 1987.