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  Sarah Flynn
Sarah Flynn

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Towson

Height:
5-6

Position:
Attack/Midfield

As a Junior in 2010: Stanford's leading scorer with 44 goals ... a first team All-MPSF selection ... started all 21 games, scoring at least once in 18 games ... recorded 14 multi-goal games on the season ... also tallied 14 assists ... second on the team with 58 total points ... twice scored five goals in a game, including the NCAA play-in game, a 15-12 win over Massachusetts (5/8) ... had 29 draw controls, third best for the Cardinal ... also recorded 28 ground balls for the season.

As a Sophomore in 2009: Started all 18 games leading the Cardinal attack with 36 goals ... also tallied seven assists for 43 points, second on the team ... scored a career-high five goals in a 18-9 win over William & Mary (3/8) ... finished the season with six three-goal games ... earned her first hat trick of the season in a 15-10 win over Albany (2/18) ... scored three more goals in a 20-3 at UC Davis (2/25) ... earned her fourth hat trick of the season in a 10-7 win over Johns Hopkins (3/27) ... scored three goals and dished out an assist in a 17-10 win over Denver (4/10) ... earned a hat trick in a 13-4 win over Cal (4/12) ... earned the MPSF Player of the Week honor for March 23-29.

As a Freshman in 2008: Was sixth on the team in scoring in her first season ... scored 16 goals on only 30 shots ... had a shot percentage of .533, the most for a regular player ... had a goal and three assists in collegiate debut vs. Le Moyne (2/2) ... scored in each of her first three games, all off the bench ... scored collegiate-high three goals (on four shots) off the bench in a victory over eventual NCAA Tournament team Notre Dame (3/2) ... Stanford went 4-1 with Flynn in the starting lineup ... was the team's second-leading freshman goal-scorer.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Towson (Md.) High School ... A four-year letterwinner in soccer and lacrosse, as well as a two-year letterwinner in basketball and one-year letterwinner in track ... captained the soccer team and lacrosse team in senior season ... led soccer team to two state tournaments ... a two-time first-team All-Baltimore County and all-region choice ... named First Team, All-Division in 2006 and 2007 ... named MVP of the Baltimore County Senior All Star Game ... Academic All-American ... Baltimore Sun Spotlight Athlete of the Week in 2006.

Personal: Born in Baltimore, Md. ... daughter of John and Monica Flynn ... has six siblings ... older sister Emilee played lacrosse at Canisius College ... considering a career in public heath ... A 2010 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll honoree.


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