On Judd: All-American candidate who enters this season as one of the team’s most reliable performers … team captain who will spend time on the attack and in the midfield this season … a 36-game career starter with outstanding speed and a strong shot … a streaky scorer … one of the most aggressive players on the team … third-leading scorer among returnees from last year … joins Tess McLeod as one of a pair of native Australians on the team.
2002 (Junior): A starter in all 21 games … team’s third-leading scorer with 53 points (34 goals, 19 assists) … averaged 2.52 points per game … ranked tied for seventh in the ACC with 19 assists … collected 37 ground balls, caused 13 turnovers and controlled 25 draws … had nine multiple-goal games and five that were hat tricks or better … team-high 47 fouls … named ACC Player of the Week after posting 10 points in wins over No. 9 Dartmouth (3/19) and No. 16 Old Dominion (3/23) … had a goal and a career-high three assists against the Big Green … had six points and three of the game’s first four goals in the win over ODU … followed up the ACC honor with career highs in points (7) and goals (5) against Harvard (3/26) … had a hat trick and was the team’s leading scorer in a near upset of then-No. 1 and eventual national champion Princeton (4/24).
2001 (Sophomore): Saw action in 18 games, starting 15 … missed five games and was affected down the stretch by a stress fracture in her right shin … still finished with 25 points, including 19 goals and six assists, despite the injury … averaged 1.39 points per game which tied for fifth-best on the team … had five multiple-goal outings … had hat tricks versus UMBC (3/21) and Johns Hopkins (4/14) … Hopkins game also marked her season-high for points (4) … had a pair of goals and an assist in the national championship game versus Georgetown (5/20) … collected 19 ground balls, caused nine turnovers and had 28 draw controls (fourth-most on the team) … 36 fouls were third-most 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 assistant coach 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 studio art … mom is a professional stunt woman who most notably worked in the movie The Matrix.
Year GP G A Pts. 2000 22 9 5 14 2001 18-15 19 6 25 2002 21-21 34 19 53 Career 61-36 62 30 92
Career Highs Goals: 5 vs. Harvard, 3-26-02 Assists: 3 vs. Dartmouth, 3-19-02 Points: 7 vs. Harvard, 3-26-02