2011: Enters final season at GW ranked 10th in program history in both ground balls (88) and caused turnovers (41) ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall and spring semesters.
2010: Second Team All-Atlantic 10 selection ... Started all 16 games and led GW with 29 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers ... Recorded at least one ground ball in 15-of-16 games ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters.
2009: Team quad-captain ... Sat out season due to injury ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters.
2008: One of two returning 2009 players to start all 16 games in 2008 (K. Honeyford) ... Second on team with 12 caused turnovers and tied for second with 27 ground balls ... Pitched in assist in 21-10 rout at Saint Mary's (CA) (3/17) ... Grabbed two-or-more ground balls in 11 games, including season-high four against No. 9 Johns Hopkins ... Equaled career-high three caused turnovers against Denver (4/13) ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters.
2007: Led rookie class with 18 starts, 32 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers ... Scored first collegiate point with assist in 7-6 victory at Temple (4/15), program's first over the Owls ... Grabbed two-or-more ground balls in 11 games, including career-high five at Mount St. Mary's (3/1) ... Season-high three caused turnovers in 9-1 rout of Saint Joseph's (4/22) ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall semester.
High School: First team All-Olympic Conference American Division as a senior, second team selection as a junior ... 2006 First team All-South Jersey and 2005 First team All-Upper Atlantic ... Led Lenape High to 14-5-1 final record and appearance in South Jersey Group A quarterfinals in 2006 ... Named team MVP as a senior and participated in New Jersey All-Senior Jamboree.
Personal: Laura D. Dominiak ... Born October 19, 1987 in Hopewell, NJ ... Daughter of Mary and Richard Dominiak ... One brother, Rich (26), played soccer at Rowan University (NJ) ... Majoring in finance, with double minor in art history and psychology.