Women's Soccer

Elizabeth Bollinger

Medina, Ohio

High School:
Walsh Jesuit


Elizabeth  Bollinger


Marquette Splits Road Games at Iowa on Saturday

Golden Eagles outshot both Iowa and Western Illinois


Marquette Earns Two Victories in Its Spring Schedule

The Golden Eagles allowed no goals in two contests


Team Gold claims Indoor Championship

Madigan scores nine goals & eight assists


No. 10/13 Marquette Earns 10th NCAA Championship Berth

MU to host Toledo in the first round Saturday

Career Highlights

  • 2012-13 BIG EAST All-Academic Team

2012: Played in 13 games... took 3 shots on goal

2011: Played in 11 games ... Registered two assists in MU's 9-0 win over North Dakota ... Recorded six shots, one on goal.

Prior to Marquette:Bollinger earned four varsity letters at Walsh Jesuit High School, where she started every game of her career. As a senior captain she helped her team to the Ohio State Championship title as well as the ESPN Rise National Championship. Before capturing a state title in her senior season, Bollinger's team won the district championship four times (2007-10), regional championship three times (2007, 2009-10) and were state semi-finalists twice (2007,2009). As a junior, Bollinger was recognized as a Top Drawer's Soccer Player to Watch and was named 2009 ESPN Top Ohio Player. Bollinger graduated Walsh Jesuit 10th on the all-time goals list. Her club team, Cleveland FC, was the five-time State Cup champions (2006-2010) and three-time Midwest League champions (2008-2010).

Personal: Bollinger is the daughter of Peg and Gregg Bollinger. She has one brother Christopher. Bollinger has not yet decided on her major.

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