2005: Loughrin scored six goals and 12 points through 13 matches before being sidelined with a season ending knee injury. She had three match winners including winning tallies against Wis.-Green Bay (Sept. 4), Loyola (Ill.) (Sept. 20) and Notre Dame (Sept. 30). With two goals against Notre Dame, she earned BIG EAST Player of the Week on October 3. Loughrin was named Second Team Academic All-District by ESPN The Magazine and CoSIDA. With 13 career goals, she is tied for ninth all time in school history.
2004: Loughrin continued her role as a potent sub in her second season. She was second on the team in goals scored, netting five, while only starting two matches. She had her biggest match of the season scoring three times on six shots against Charlotte (Oct. 8) in a 4-0 win. She also scored a goal in the next match against East Carolina (Oct. 3). Loughrin logged her final goal in a 3-0 win over Houston (Oct. 17). She was also named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District V Second Team.
2003: Loughrin proved to be a speedy, dependable attacker in her first season at Marquette. She played 17 times, starting in her collegiate debut. She was tied for second on the team in goals. Her first collegiate tally came against Wis.-Green Bay (Sept. 16), scoring the first in a 2-1 win. In Marquette's next match, she claimed her second goal of the season, scoring against Tulane (Sept. 19). She totalled seven shots of 12 on the season in those two matches.
At Appleton Xavier: A three-time letter winner at Xavier High School, Loughrin missed her senior year due to an injury to her left ACL before the season. She spent two years rehabilitating, serving as a student manager on the Marquette women's soccer team in her first year on campus. As a defender, she added to her offense's scoring punch, providing 23 goals and 17 assists in her three years. She was a two-time team Most Valuable Player and was a three-time all-conference selection. She was named second team all-area as a junior. Her team had strong success while she was a member, earning three trips to the regional finals. Loughrin also lettered in volleyball and basketball, earning all-conference selections in both. She was very active academically as well. She was a member of the National Honor Society, German Honor Society, Key Club and received the 2002 Academic Athlete award from Xavier.
Personal: Alison Rose Loughrin was born on August 20, 1983, in Covington, Va. She is the daughter of Patrick and Rose Loughrin. She has three siblings, Nicholas, Casey and Eric. She is a nursing major.
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