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Justine Wollner
Justine  Wollner

Downingtown, Pa.

High School:
Downingtown East





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On Wollner: Dynamic playmaker on the frontline ... Creative with the ball and can find a variety of ways to score ... A great leader on and off the field who has a good feel for the game ... Demonstrated a great deal of improvement over the course of her career to become one of the leading players on the Wildcats offensive attack.

Awards: Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational All-Tournament Team (Sept. 10/12, 2010) ... Villanova Classic All-Tournament Team (September 5/7, 2008) ... Penn Invitational All-Tournament Team (Sept. 12/14, 2008) ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2009).

Career: Played in all 76 team games in her career, including 41 starts ... Tallied nine goals and nine assists for 27 points ... Had two career game-winning goals on 81 shots (.111 shot percentage), including 38 shots on goal (.469 shot-on-goal percentage).

BIG EAST Regular Season: Played in 40 games with 24 starts, totaling three goals, two assists and eight points ... Scored one game-winning goal ... Had 33 shots (.091 shot percentage), including 16 shots on goal (.485 shot-on-goal percentage) ... Scored first conference goal at West Virginia in 2008 and added a game-winner at DePaul in 2009.

BIG EAST Championship: Played in first round and quarterfinal games against USF and West Virginia in 2007, recording one shot in each game ... Also saw action in the 2009 conference tournament versus Connecticut (first round) and Marquette (quarterfinals).

NCAA Tournament: Came off the bench in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Washington State in 2009.

2010: Started all 19 games during the season and tallied one goal, two assists and four points ... Tied for third on the squad in both goals and points ... Took 32 shots (.031 shot percentage) and placed 12 shots on goal (.375 shot-on-goal percentage) ... Tallied assists in wins over Wake Forest and Charlotte ... Her assist against Wake Forest came on the game-winning goal in double overtime and helped earn her a spot on the All-Tournament Team at the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational; BIG EAST: Started all11 games and tallied her only goal of the season at West Virginia ... Took 18 shots (.056 shot percentage) and had six shots on goal (.333 shot-on-goal percentage) against conference opponents.

2009: Played in 17 games with one start and tallied one goal, one assist and three points ... Her lone goal was a game-winner ... Took seven shots (.143 shot percentage), of which five were on goal (.714 shot-on-goal percentage) ... Assisted on the game's first goal in an eventual 2-1 victory over Virginia Tech in the Villanova Classic; BIG EAST: Appeared in seven games with one start and scored one goal ... The goal was a game-winner and the only tally in a 1-0 road win at DePaul on the final day of the regular season, securing the Wildcats a home game in the first round of the conference tournament ... Took four shots (.250 shot percentage) and tallied two shots on goal (.500 shot-on-goal percentage); BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP: Came off the bench in conference tournament games against Connecticut in the first round and versus Marquette in the quarterfinals; NCAA TOURNAMENT: Appeared against Washington State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, coming off the bench and playing four minutes.

2008: Moved from midfield to forward and tallied four goals, four assists and 12 points ... Tied for third on the team in both goals and assists ... All four of her goals were the first goal of a game, including the game-winner in the season opener against UMBC ... Registered 25 shots and 15 shots on goal ... Assisted on game-tying and game-winning goals just five minutes apart at Penn; BIG EAST: Played in all 11 games and started 10 ... Registered first career conference goal at West Virginia to give Wildcats a 1-0 lead ... Assisted on game-winning goal against Syracuse ... Attempted nine shots and had seven shots on goal.

2007: Played in all 21 games and earned three starts ... Scored three goals and dished out two assists to finish the year with eight points ... Her assists came in back-to-back games against Robert Morris and St. Peter's early in the season ... Scored her first two collegiate goals in the win over St. Peter's as well ... Added a goal in a win over Penn ... Finished the year with 17 shots and six shots on goal; BIG EAST: Started two of 11 games and registered two shots, with one shot on goal; BIG EAST Championship: Came off the bench in first round game against USF and quarterfinal matchup at West Virginia.

Club Team and ODP Experience: Plays for the FC Pennsylvania Strikers ... Team captain for a squad with a top-10 national ranking ... Seven-year EPYSA ODP member ... Three years on the Region 1 ODP team and one year in the national pool.

Downingtown East High School: Four-year first team all-league and all-area selection ... Three-time All-Southeastern Pennsylvania pick ... Scored 78 goals and had 52 assists in her career, leading the team all four years ... Downingtown was a two-time Chesmont League champion and two-time state quarterfinalist ... One-time state semifinalist and 2006 national ranking of sixth ... Member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Born 11/21/88 in Philadelphia ... Oldest of three children of Jim and Patti Wollner ... Siblings are Brittany (20) and Gabrielle (14) ... Father played football and baseball at Moravian College ... Sister, Brittany, plays college soccer at Temple ... Played against Villanova teammate Amy Greco in high school ... Communications major ... Chose to attend Villanova for its strong academic reputation and the success of the soccer program.