Sarah Dorl
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Sarah  Dorl

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Dulaney HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
Midfield

Birthdate:
05/06/1995

Experience:
3L

04/16/2017

Lacrosse falls to No. 6/5 Colorado on Senior Day

LAX falls to Colorado on Senior Day

04/12/2017

Scholar-Athletes Honored at Annual Banquet

Aztecs honored at annual S-A banquet

03/05/2017

Lacrosse Downs Boston U., 14-8, for Third Straight Win

LAX wins third straight, beats BU, 14-8

08/02/2016

SDSU Lacrosse Honored for Academic Achievement

Lacrosse honored for academic achievement

05/26/2016

SDSU Lacrosse Earns Nine MPSF All-Academic Nods

Lacrosse Earns Nine MPSF All-Academic Nods

03/10/2016

Women's Lacrosse v Furman University - Photos by Derrick Tuskan

Women's Lacrosse lost a close match to Furman 13-12 Thursday afternoon.

2016:
Academic All-MPSF honoree … Played in nine games … Scored six goals, notching a hat trick against Furman … Also caused a turnover and earned a draw control in that game … Made good on a free position attempt in consecutive road contests against Saint Mary’s and California … Cashed in on the free position against Michigan … Took four of her 10 shots on the season against the Paladins, putting all four on goal.

2015:
Played in three games for the Aztecs ... Scored a free position goal against Campbell (3/6) ... Picked up one ground ball, against Saint Mary's (3/22).

2014:
Appeared in six games ... Recorded two points on one goal and one assist ... Picked up her first-career goal and assist in a victory over LIU Brooklyn (3/12) ... Had a season-high three shots and two draw controls against LIU Brooklyn (3/12).

High School:
A two-year letter winner at Dulaney High in Timonium, Md. ... A first-team all-Baltimore County selection ... Honored as a scholar athlete ... Played club lacrosse for Ravens Lacrosse Club.

Personal:
Born in Baltimore, Md. ... Daughter of Michele and John Dorl ... Also played basketball, where she was a second-team all-Baltimore County selection ... A recipient of the McCormick Unsung Hero award.

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