Ann Marie Lynch
Ann Marie  Lynch


Arlington Heights, Ill.

High School:
Rolling Meadows




No. 15 Golden Eagles fall to Northwestern, 1-0

MU Drops First Regular Season Home Match Since 2010


Women's Soccer Continues Spring Season

MU hosted the U16 Ontario Canadian National Team and the Chicago Red Stars

Career Highlights

  • BIG EAST All-Academic (2013-14, 2014-15)

2015 (Sr.): Started all 20 matches as a senior ... Notched only point of season on assist in 2-1 win over Northern Arizona (9/11) ... Played a total of 1,766 minutes in the midfield for the Golden Eagles as a senior and ended her career with a total of 71 appearances with one goal and five assists.

2014 (Jr.):
Started 19 of 21 games as a junior and recorded two assists and five shots on net ... Made her season debut in MU's season-opening win vs. Loyola-Chicago (8/22) ... Notched a shot against Northwestern (8/24) ... Notched an assist in MU's victory over Creighton (9/25).

2013 (So.): Recorded one shot on goal, and one assist in a 6-0 victory against Providence (10/27) ... Scored her second goal of the season and the final goal for Marquette in a 2-0 victory over DePaul in the title match of the BIG EAST Conference Tournament (11/10).

2012 (Fr.): Made MU debut in season opener against St. Bonaventure (8/17) ... Assisted on Mary Luba's goal vs. the Bonnies.

Prior to Marquette: Lynch was a four-year letterwinner and three-time team captain in both soccer and basketball at Rolling Meadows High School in Arlington Heights, Illinois ... In soccer, she has earned all-conference and all-area accolades the final two seasons as well as all-sectional honorable mention following her 2011 campaign ... In her high school career, the Mustangs midfielder scored 30 goals and recorded 18 assists ... Lynch plays her club soccer with Sockers FC, and helped the club capture back-to-back Illinois State Cup titles (2010-11) ... Following its state cup championship in 2011, Lynch's Sockers FC team won the U.S. Youth Soccer Regional Championship ... At Rolling Meadows, she was a member of the National Honor Society, student council president and four-year class president.

Personal: Daughter of Dan and Joanne Lynch ... Has two brothers ... Majors in finance with a minor in operations and supply chain management.

Career Statistics


Meet the 'Family' - August 2015

What does being a part of the ‘FAMILY’ mean to you?
It means that I have 34 sisters that are always there for me on and off the field.

What accomplishment during your time at Marquette are you most proud of to-date?
Sweet 16 appearance in 2012.

After the conclusion of your collegiate career, what are your professional goals (soccer, career, etc.)?
I plan on pursuing my career in supply chain management in Chicago, and playing in some rec soccer leagues!

How did you spend your summer?
I was a supply chain intern at a Fortune 500 company. Ran a lot of hills and went to the beach with friends and family.

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat?

Are there any pre-game rituals or superstitions that you have on match day?
Warm-up line has to be in the same order (I am in between Erin and Devine).

Who is your biggest inspiration (athletic or otherwise)?
My parents

Favorite professional sports team?
Chicago Blackhawks!

Favorite sport other than soccer?

If you had to win at a random sport, which teammate would you select to play with?
Morgan Proffitt

Best athlete (non-teammate) at Marquette?
Mike Mache, Men's Basketball

Favorite meal/food?
Favorite Milwaukee eatery? Smoke Shack

Favorite thing to do in Milwaukee?

Funniest or most unique teammate?
Erin Holland

Most talented teammate outside of soccer (what area/discipline)?
Cali P is very artistic

Favorite vacation destination?

What type of music do you prefer to listen to? Any favorite artists?
Variety of music, I like everything! Favorite artist is Dave Matthews Band.

Favorite class taken at MU?
General psychology


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