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#18 Lauren Luke
Position: Forward/Midfield
Height: 5'4"
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Mukilteo, WA
High School: Kamiak
Club: Washington Rush
Experience: 1 Letter
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HIGH SCHOOL: Was a 4-year member of the girls soccer team at Kamiak high school...was the Wesco leading goal scorer as a senior, having tallied 12, along with notching eight assists...helped Kamiak to a third place finish in Wesco South 4A with a 9-5 record in 2011, earning her Wesco first-team honors as well as first-team All-Area accolades...in December of 2011, Luke was named one of 12 finalists of the first ever Inspireum Soccer Award; which celebrates outstanding young athletes, not because of their statistical performances, but because of their ability both on and off the soccer field to inspire teammates, classmate, families and communities...was also a member of the U-18 Washington Rush Club that won the USYSA national championship in 2010 and the 2011 Surf Cup Championship.

Lauren Luke's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2012): Was named All-West Coast Conference honorable mention…also earned a spot on the WCC All-Freshman squad…played in all 20 matches for the Zags, getting the starting nod seven times…finished the season with nine points scoring – third most on the squad…scored a team-tying high four goals and added one assist…of her 25 shots, 13 were on goal…scored the game-winning goal versus in GU’s 2-0 victory over Loyola Marymount University, Oct. 26…also tallied the game-winning goal in the Zags 4-1 win against Eastern Washington University, Nov. 4…notched the lone Zag goal in their 1-1 double-overtime tie against the University of Portland, Oct. 11…scored the first goal in the Bulldogs 2-4 setback to the University of Oregon, Sept 16…played a season high 88 minutes against Saint Mary’s College on Oct. 7.

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