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Lydia  Harlan
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Lydia Harlan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Saint Louis, Mo.

High School:
Visitation Academy/Denison

Height:
5-8

Position:
Midfielder

Club Team:
STL Gallagher


Career:

  • Played in 37 matches and made seven starts in her three years at Denver
  • Found the back of the net twice for the Crimson and Gold, with both goals coming in her sophomore campaign
  • Part of a senior class that finished the regular season as the 11th-winningest senior class in the nation

2014:

  • Played in three matches, seeing 26 minutes of action
  • Missed second half of the season with an injury

2013:

  • Played in 17 matches, seeing 302 minutes of action.
  • Recorded eight shots, with a season-high of two vs. South Dakota State (10/25/13).

2012:

  • Started in 7-of-17 games played in, seeing 621 minutes.
  • Scored goals against UC Irvine (9/9/12) and UTSA (10/19/12).

2011 (Denison):

  • Started 17-of-18 games for Denison.
  • Led the team with 72 shots and co-led with 4 goals.
  • Logged a hat trick in a 3-0 victory at regional rival Otterbein (9/14/11).
  • Scored the game-winning goal at Centre (9/24/11).
  • Named Second Team All-Region, First Team All-NCAC, and First Team All-Ohio.
  • Played basketball as well, scoring double figures 7 times in 22 games.

BEFORE DENISON:

  • Attended Visitation Academy.
  • Won high school State Championships in 2009 and 2010
  • Scored 14 goals and tallied 14 assists in her senior campaign
  • Was a captain in 2010 and earned First Team All-Missouri honors
  • Two-time first-team all-conference selection
  • Played basketball and field hockey in high school as well

PERSONAL:

  • Born May 4, 1993 in Saint Louis, Mo.
  • Daughter of John and Kaye.
  • Has three brothers, Stuart, Peter and Wyatt.
  • Chose the University of Denver because she enjoyed the environment and the vibe of the city and campus from her times visiting family in the area.
  • Media Studies major.

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