2008-09 Women's Soccer
Lorna Brownlie
Lorna Brownlie
No.: 00
Pos.: GK
Cl.: So.
Ht.: 5-7
Hometown (Last School): Fife, Scotland (Adam Smith College)
Rosters: 2008-09 Women's Soccer
2007: Started the first 11 games of the season in goal for the Dolphins before missing the rest of the year due to injury…played 936:34 minutes in goal during the season…finished the year with a 4-7 record, a .813 save percentage and 1.83 goals allowed average…her 84 saves is tied for fifth in the Dolphins’ career record books…ranked 10th in the nation with 7.64 saves per game…picked up her first career win in the Dolphins 4-2 victory over Presbyterian (8/31)…also led the Dolphins to victories over Coastal Carolina (9/9) and conference opponents USC Upstate (9/28) and East Tennessee State (9/30)...the win over USC Upstate was her first career shutout…made 18 saves in a loss to UNC-Wilmington (9/16), which tied for the fourth-most saves in a single game in Dolphins’ history.

Prior to JU: Attended Adam Smith College but did not participate in any sports.

High School: Named “Player of the Year” at Hamilton Academical in 2000-2001…named team captain and “Player of the Year” in 2003…first choice goalkeeper for Scotland U-17 team that reached the finals in the Six Nations Tournament…earned “Best Achiever” honors for club performances…won League Cup as a member of the Edinburgh Ladies squad…member of Scotland U-19 squad.

Personal: Born April 18, 1989, in Lanarkshire, Scotland...daughter of Robert and Hilda...has a brother, Darrin; and a sister, Claire...majoring in exercise science..