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Julia Sirianni   19
Julia  Sirianni

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

High School:
Saratoga

Last College:
UAlbany

Height:
5-7

Position:
Defense


SIRIANNI'S CAREER STATISTICS

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2014:
  • Second Team All-MAAC and MAAC All-Academic Team selection
  • Appeared in and started all 17 games, tallying 22 points on 20 goals
  • Ranked second in the MAAC with 75 draw controls and tied for 18th nationally averaging 4.41 draw controls per game
  • Added 24 groundballs and 10 caused turnovers
  • Netted a hat trick and added four groundballs, six draw controls, two caused turnovers and scored the game-winning goal in victory over Quinnipiac (4/19)
  • Won a season-high 10 draw controls in season finale at Iona (4/26)
  • Won six or more draw controls seven times including each of the final four games
  • Tallied two hat tricks and record six multi-point games

2013:
  • Second Team All-MAAC, MAAC All-Tournament Team and MAAC All-Academic Team selection
  • Appeared in and started all 16 games
  • Broke both the Siena and MAAC record with 89 draw controls
  • Ranked seventh nationally averaging 5.6 draw controls per game
  • Added a goal and two assists, 10 groundballs and 10 caused turnovers
  • Won five or more draw controls 11 times
  • Captured a season-high nine draw controls in win over Detroit (2/22)

2012 (At UAlbany):
  • Saw action in two games
  • Won a draw control and caused a turnover

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Two-time Suburban Council All-Star, Times Union All-Star and Troy Record All-Star at Saratoga High
  • Tallied 65 points including 50 goals as a senior
  • Registered 127 career goals and 44 assists for 171 points in high school
  • Selected to Empire State ADK girls lacrosse team as a junior
  • New York State Scholar Athlete
  • Captained both the soccer and lacrosse teams
  • Member of the National Honor Society and Student Council

PERSONAL:
  • The daughter of Joe and Beth Sirianni
  • Younger sister, Briana, is a sophomore on the Siena Women's Lacrosse team
  • Majoring in Education-American Studies and minoring in Communications

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