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Allie Torru


Diablo, Calif.

High School:
The Athenian School



Allie  Torru


Women's Soccer Celebrates at Annual Banquet

Lafayette handed out its team awards and recognized its seniors this past weekend


Women's Soccer Leads League with 23 on Honor Roll

Craver, Wissler lead the way with 4.00 Fall GPA's


Draw Ends Season for Women's Soccer

Leopards finish year with 110 minutes of scoreless action


Women's Soccer Falls at Boston U.

Terriers show offensive prowess in 6-1 defeat


Lehigh Holds On to Trip Up Women's Soccer

Leopards came on strong late, but time slipped away


Lafayette at UMBC

Lafayette 0, UMBC 0 2OT


Women's Soccer Class of 2016

Women's Soccer Class of 2016

2014: Made 17 appearances for Lafayette, starting in 16 games...Recorded an assist against St. Peters on 9/26...had an assist against Lehigh on 10/1...had three shots on goal

Appeared in all 17 games, drawing 14 starts...tied for third on the team with seven points (two goals, three assists)...tallied a goal in loss to Columbia (10/15)...scored and registered an assist in 3-3 tie at Loyola (11/2)...had assists on both game-winning goals at NJIT (9/8) and at Lehigh (10/2).

Played in 17 games making 12 starts as a freshman...made her first collegiate start and tallied her first collegiate point against St. Peter's (9/2)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

At The Athenian School:
Played club soccer for Mustang Rampage for 10 years...member of the Cal North ODP State Team...played on the U16 ECNL All-Event Team at PDA, which had a 2012 ECNL top five national ranking...helped her team to a 2010 ECNL National Championship, Cal-North State Cup Championships from 2005-2007 and 2009-2011...squad was also a USYSA Far West Regional Finalist in 2006-2007 as well as a 2009 San Diego Surf Champion...named FirstTeam All-League...member of the Honor Roll...NCS Scholar Athlete...also a Second Team All-League basketball player and ran cross country.

Personal: Daughter of John and Katharine Torru...born on June 30, 1994.

Why Lafayette? - I knew that Lafayette was where I wanted to spend my next four years the moment I stepped off campus after my unofficial visit.I was especially drawn to Lafayette's academicrigor,Division I soccer, the ability to create a unique major with a blend of business and marketing/advertising along with its beautiful campus located on the East Coast.