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Tara Sobierajski   9
Tara  Sobierajski

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Rockaway, NJ

High School:
Morris Catholic

Height:
5-8

Position:
Back


SOBIERAJSKI'S CAREER STATISTICS

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2014:
  • First Team All-MAAC selection
  • One of four Saints to both appear in and start all 20 matches and played all 1,927 minutes
  • Tallied seven points on a goal and five assists (T-4th MAAC)
  • Scored in tie at Vermont (Sept. 17)
  • Assisted on game-winning goal at Saint Peter's (Oct. 4)
  • Led team with both 29 shots and 16 shots on goal

2013:
  • Second Team All-MAAC, All-MAAC Rookie Team and MAAC All-Tournament Team selection
  • Appeared in and started all 21 games at center back as a freshman, playing all but three minutes
  • Tallied 11 points (four goals, three assists)
  • Named MAAC Rookie of the Week (Aug. 26) after scoring three points on a goal and an assist in her collegiate debut, a season-opening win over UMass (Aug. 23)
  • Scored game-winning goals against Niagara (Oct. 9) and in the Saints' MAAC Tournament Quarterfinals upset of Iona (Nov. 1)
  • Dished out a pair of assists in overtime victory over Vermont (Sept. 18)

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Two-time captain and three-time All-State selection for Morris Catholic
  • Named Morris County Coaches Association Player of the Year and Morris County Player of the Year by both the Newark Star Ledger and Daily Recordafter leading Morris Catholic to the New Jersey Non-Public B State Championships as a senior
  • Totaled 53 goals and 69 assists during her high school career despite playing center back
  • Also played three years of lacrosse at Morris Catholic where she amassed 168 goals

PERSONAL:
  • Daughter of Guy and Maureen Sobierajski
  • Aspires to a future in accounting with a background in law

COACH KARBOWSKI SAYS:
    "Tara continues to take on more responsibility each season. She has played nearly every minute over her first two seasons and has been able to balance her defensive responsibilities with a significant involvement on set pieces and runs out of the back. A steady presence, she is one of the most talented players in the conference."
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