Allie Emala

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  • Allie
  • Emala

  • Position
  • Class
  • High School/Other
    Bryn Mawr
  • Hometown
    Baltimore, Md.
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General: Set a new all-time career draw controls record with 248 in her Tech career … Ranks second all-time at Tech with 187 career points and 138 career goals … Holds the No. 5 spot in the record books with 49 career assists.

2011: Started and played in all 18 games … Named to the All-ACC team … Earned fourth consecutive All-ACC Academic team honors ... Named team’s co-MVP … Scored at least one goal in each of Tech’s 18 games and finished the year with a 22-game scoring streak that dates back to the 2010 season … Scored three goals in each of her final three games, including Boston College in the ACC Tournament and No. 1 Maryland on Senior Day … Buried two goals and won three draws at Lehigh … Put away two goals and assisted three more at Liberty … Scored three goals, assisted another and won a season-high eight draw controls … Tallied two points while also causing four turnovers and scooping up three ground balls at No. 16 William & Mary … Scored three goals and assisted two more against No. 16 Boston College … Put away two goals and assisted two more at American … For her efforts against BC and American, was named ACC Offensive Player of the Week … Tallied three goals and two assists while also causing two turnovers against George Washington … Buried two goals against No. 9 James Madison … Scored two goals at Davidson … Assisted two goals and scored two of her own at Presbyterian College … Opened the season scoring five goals and winning seven draws at High Point.

2010: Started all 17 games … Was named to the ACC All-Academic team and VaSID All-State second team … Led the team in assists (45), points (47) and draw controls (88) … Put away one goal in the first round of the ACC Tournament against then-No. 4 Virginia … Scored two goals against then-No. 3 Maryland … Tallied three scores and an assist against Longwood, also winning eight draw controls … Buried two goals, assisting another against then-No. 5 Virginia … Scored one goal and assisted two more against Old Dominion … Tallied six points, three goals and three assists against Davidson … Scored a career-high six goals against then-No. 18 William & Mary … Tied a season-high winning of 10 draw controls, while also adding two scores against Boston College … Scored four goals and assisted two more, also winning 10 draw controls against Presbyterian College.

2009: Started all 17 games for the Hokies … Finished the season second on the team in scoring with 35 goals and second in assists with 15 … Led the team in draw controls with 63 … Scored a goal in the first round of the ACC Tournament against Virginia … Netted two goals while picking up a season-high three ground balls against Oregon … Scored three goals and assisted two against Longwood … Scored two free position goals on three attempts while winning seven draw controls and tallying five points off of three goals and two assists … Won a season-high 15 draw controls while also scoring and assisting four goals … Netted a season-high five goals, two of which were free position goals, against George Washington … Scored three goals in the first game of the season at Drexel.

2008: Appeared in all 18, starting 17, as a rookie … Was third on the team in goals (28) and points (31) … Scored her first collegiate goal against Drexel … Tied for third on the team with 10 multi-goal games on the year … Tallied a six-game scoring streak which ranked as the fourth-best on the squad … Scored a season-high four goals against then-No. 8 Duke … Named the team’s Rookie of the Year … Tied for first on the team with 34 draw controls … Picked up 15 ground balls and caused four turnovers on the year … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

High School: Three-sport athlete at Bryn Mawr … Named First Team All-City as a sophomore and senior while picking up Second-Team honors as a junior … Earned Second Team All-Metro and IAAM All-Star accolades in 2007 … Named a Bryn Mawr School Scholar-Athlete … Received Towson Times and Messenger Athlete of the Year award … Played for the North Baltimore Club team … Played field hockey and basketball.

Personal: Born on Nov. 1, 1988, in Baltimore, Md. … Daughter of David and Jeannie Emala … Has a sister, Nina, and two brothers, Davey and Ned … Majoring in human development.