CAREER: Has 10 points, four goals (two game-winning) and two assists. Has 35 career starts in 53 games.
2004: Started 16 and appeared in 17 contests...key contributor in the Panther midfield...registered her first assist in a 4-1 win over Duquesne (Sept. 3)...posted seven shots on the season...had a season-high two shots in a 1-0 win over St. Francis (Pa.) on Oct. 19.
2003: Jennifer DeLaHoz appeared in 17 contests while starting 14...recorded a career-best four goals and 17 shots on the season...ranked second on team in goals scored (four), including two game-winning goals...scored her first career goal on an assist from Erin Hills in Pittsburgh's 5-1 victory against Jacksonville (Sept. 1)...teamed with Hills again for her second career goal in the following game against Maryland-Baltimore County (Sept. 6)...scored the Panthers' lone goal on a penalty kick, tying the score at 1-1 and sending the game into overtime against St. John's (Sept. 19)...DeLaHoz scored the first goal in the Panthers' victory against Robert Morris (Oct. 15).
2002: Played in all 19 contests and made five starts...finished with one assist for one point and 11 shots...registered first career point on an assist in the Panthers' 2-0 shutout of crosstown rival Duquesne (Sept. 6).
HIGH SCHOOL: Played on the amateur New York Magic squad as well as for the Olympic Development Program and the Yorktown Jaguars club team after moving from Miami...scored 52 goals and added 34 assists in her first two years of high school in Miami...earned all-Miami Dade County honors as a freshman in 1998 as well as all-conference honors after leading the nation in scoring with 82 points on 32 goals and 18 assists...three-year starter for the New York Magic and one of the Jaguars' leading scorers in club soccer...played on the under-19 Long Island All-Star team under head coach Tony DiCicco...competed in cross country and a state qualifier six consecutive years...a member of the National Spanish Honors Society and earned Christian Athlete of the Year award while at Somers High School in Amawalk, N.Y.
PERSONAL: Born February 27, 1984...daughter of Luis and Iliana DeLaHoz...has one sister...psychology major.
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