Player bio: Sonia Judd :: Women's Lacrosse

  Sonia Judd
Sonia Judd
Player Profile

Darlington, S. Australia

High School:




On Judd: Second-year player with outstanding speed and a strong shot … got better as the year progressed in her freshman campaign … expected to play an even larger role in ’01 … joins former prep teammates Jen Adams and Courtney Hobbs as one of three native Australians on the team.

2000 (Freshman): Played in all 22 games … led all freshmen in scoring with 14 points … had nine goals and five assists … had one of the biggest goals of the season as she scored the game winner in overtime against Georgetown (5/14) in the NCAA quarterfinals … her strong play carried over into the next round as she scored two goals in the semifinals versus Loyola (5/19) … two goals were a season high (accomplished twice – against Loyola (5/19) and Temple (5/7)).

Prep: A graduate of Brighton High School in Brighton, Australia … was a teammate of current Terp standout Jen Adams on the Brighton lacrosse club team … a member of the Australian Under-19 National team, Judd was an all-star selection in 1997 and ’99 … was a teammate of Courtney Hobbs on the Under-19 team that played in the World Cup … was a member of the U-21 state and senior state teams in 1997 … was also a member of the U-16 state team in 1996.

Personal: Sonia Lee Judd was born April 27, 1980 … is the daughter of James Judd and Marijke van Gyen … majoring in letters and sciences.

Career Stats

Year	GP	G	A	Pts.

2000	22	9	5	14

Career Highs
Goals: 2 vs. Loyola (5-19-00); vs. Temple (5-7-00)
Assists: 2 vs. Georgetown (4-13-00)

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