Had a break out season in 2003 at midfield after missing the entire 2002 season due to injuries ... will be a vital player in Notre Dame's attack in 2004 ... athletic player who can control the play in the midfield ... plays with confidence and makes the right plays at the right time ... uses her size and speed to break down opponents in one-on-one situations ... has a strong shot with good accuracy around the goal ... versatile player who also has played on the defensive side at midfield ... was named second team all-BIG EAST after her strong season ... has 15 goals and 10 assists for 25 points in 17 games during her career.
AS A JUNIOR: Fully recovered from injuries that sidelined her during the 2002 season ... became a major offensive threat for the Irish from her midfield position ... finished fifth in scoring with 15 goals and 10 assists for 25 points ... was seventh on squad with 23 ground balls and tied for fifth with 20 draw controls ... caused five turnovers on the year ... had a .357 shooting percentage, getting 15 goals on 42 shots ... was selected second team all-BIG EAST after getting six goals and seven assists in six league contests ... had early-season five-game scoring streak (3/11-3/29) with nine goals and five assists ... scored first career goal in 19-4 win at Ohio University ... had the first of seven multiple-point games (two goals, two assists) in 13-12 win at Boston College ... scored three times in 7-6 loss to 13th-ranked Yale ... followed with a goal and an assist in loss to Ohio State ... closed out streak with second four-point game of the year in 16-13 win at Virginia Tech ... streak was stopped at Syracuse ... bounced back with a goal and an assist in 15-7 win over Connecticut ... scored once in 10-7 loss versus third-ranked Duke ... had one goal in heart-breaking double-overtime loss to Stanford ... had a goal and two assists in overtime loss to Georgetown ... scored one goal in 13-9 home win with Northwestern ... recorded a pair of assists in 13-6 win versus Rutgers and closed the season with a goal and two assists in 22-11 win versus Vanderbilt.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Sat out the entire season due to injuries.
AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in two games during the 2001 campaign ... grabbed one ground ball and one draw control in limited playing time.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-sport athlete at The Hackley School ... earned letters in soccer, basketball and lacrosse each year ... scored game-winning goal in final game of 1999 state soccer tournament ... averaged 13-16 points in each basketball season ... led both lacrosse and soccer teams to undefeated records and conference championships during junior and senior seasons ... named all-conference athlete twice for lacrosse, three times for soccer and four times for basketball ... named to all-county lacrosse team as a senior ... served as basketball team captain senior year ... named basketball team MVP in final scholastic campaign ... daughter of Robert and Rebecca Owen ... has one brother and one sister ... born Sept. 9, 1982, in New York ... design major in the College of Arts and Letters.
Owen's Career Stats
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