Senior duo tabbed finalists for top award in college lacrosse
On Dobbie: One of the top returning players in the country ... outstanding ability to gain possession of the draw ... one of the most creative and exciting sticks in the game.
2006 (Junior): Named a first team All-American by IWLCA/US Lacrosse, Inside Lacrosse, and WomensLacrosse.com ... finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy ... 2007 ACC Player of the Year ... nominee for the Honda Sports Award ... member of the All-ACC Academic Team ... started all 20 games for the Terps ... second on the team with 53 goals and 69 points ... led the team with 39 ground balls and 79 draw controls and was third on the team with 24 caused turnovers ... ranked fourth in the nation with 3.95 draw controls per game ... scored a goal in all 20 games and recorded a draw control in all but one ... scored three or more goals nine times ... three goals, five caused turnovers, and four ground balls against Princeton (5/2) ... three goals, two assists, and five draw controls at Virginia Tech (4/22) ... two goals with at least two ground balls in three straight games at Northwestern (4/16), against Loyola (4/13), and at Penn State (4/8) ... three goals against Stanford (3/28) ... career-high nine points on six goals and three assists while adding a season-high 11 draw controls against Johns Hopkins (3/21) ... career-high seven goals at Dartmouth (3/16) ... posted a hat trick in three-straight games against Brown (3/10), at Richmond (3/7), and against Duke (3/3) ... scored six goals and secured 10 draw controls in the season opener at UMBC (2/19).
2005 (Sophomore at Ohio): Started 12 of the 14 games she played in for Ohio ... first-team All-American Lacrosse Conference ... second-team all-region selection ... led the Bobcats with 37 goals, 13 assists, and 50 points ... led the country with 5.14 draw controls per game and secured 72 through the season ... scored six points in two different games and recorded five other hat tricks ... set school record with 18 draw controls against Virginia Tech.
2004 (Freshman at Ohio): First-team All-American Lacrosse Conference honoree ... named to the womenslacrosse.com All-Freshman Team ... named one of the top five freshman in the country by U.S. Lacrosse ... led the team with 14 assists and was second with 34 goals and 48 points ... led the squad with 57 draw controls ... scored seven points on two separate occasions ... set a school record with 15 draw controls at St. Mary's.
Prep: Earned letters in basketball, rugby, hockey, and badminton at Center Wellington ... Athlete of the Year as a junior ... captain of the 2003 Canadian Junior U-19 ... led team Canada in scoring and was second in scoring at the 2003 World Championships when Canada won bronze ... named Player of the Game versus Japan ... member of the 2005 Senior Canadian World Cup Team that finished fourth at the World Cup in Annapolis.
Personal: Dana Marie Dobbie was born September 30, 1984 ... daughter of Cathy and Garry Dobbie ... has an older brother, Jason ... selected Maryland because of the history of the program ... majoring in family studies.
Dobbie's Career Statistics