Sophomore scores six goals, dishes five assists in opening weekend
Schonk ties a career high with four goals
Chandler scores four goals and Schonk dishes out five assists
In 14 days, Commodores open season at Kennesaw State
Commodores last three ALC Tournament losses have come by a combined four goals
February 7, 2014
2013:One of just two freshmen to start all 17 games, Schonk was one of the brightest spots on offense... She finished second on the team in points (35), third in goals (25) and fourth in assists (10)... Her shooting percentage (.510) was third-best among those with 10 or more shots... She also tied for fourth by winning 16 draw controls... Her 18 ground balls was the sixth-most... She caused 13 turnovers - fourth-most on the team... The first goal of her career, in the second game against Kennesaw State, proved to be the difference in a 22-3 win and was just the second game-winning goal of the season for the Commodores... She had four games with a hat trick and scored a career-high four goals at Boston College... One of her best defensive games came against Kennesaw State with five caused turnovers and three ground balls... The five caused turnovers were the most by a Commodore in a game all season... Named to SEC's First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL:Three-year starter for Coach Chris Robinson... After being inserted into the starting lineup as a sophomore, the Eagles did not a lose game fore more than two seasons... Helped Eagles to two ESPN Powerade Fab 50 Girls national championships... As a senior, she scored a goal and added an assist in a championship game win over Roland Park and future college teammate and current Commodore sophomore Meggie Ramzy, who had three goals and an assist... The duo also played on the same club team - coach Michael McLaughlin's Sky Walkers... Also a captain on the soccer team... Was a five-time honoree on the school's Dean's List.
PERSONAL:Mallory Danielle Schonk... Born Sept. 8, 1994, in Owensboro, Ky.... Daughter of Edward and Teresa Schonk... Has one older brother, Peter (23)... Undecided on a major.
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