The George Washington University: Women's Soccer

Lina Proska
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Lina Proska

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Chatham, NJ

High School:
Chatham

Height:
5-4

Position:
Midfield

Major:
Biology



11/05/2013

GW Women's Soccer Gears Up for A-10 Championship

Seventh-Seeded Colonials to Face Second-Seeded La Salle in Quarterfinals on Thursday Morning

10/11/2013

GW Women's Soccer Shuts Out Defending A-10 Champ La Salle, 1-0

Wallis, Colonials Snap Explorers' Unbeaten Streak Dating Back to 2010

09/27/2013

GW Women's Soccer Tops Howard, 3-1

Sophomore Brooke Bean Tallies First Collegiate Goal

09/06/2013

Proska Leads GW Women's Soccer to 2-1 Win Over Old Dominion

Rookie Tallies Two Goals to Lift Colonials

08/22/2013

GW Women's Soccer Kicks Off 2013 Slate at American on Friday

Colonials Have Won 11-of-16 Over Eagles

09/24/2013

GW vs. Loyola (9.24.2013)

GW vs. Loyola (9.24.2013) Photos by Mitchell Layton

09/01/2013

GW vs. Saint Francis (9.01.2013)

GW vs. Saint Francis (9.01.2013) Photo by: Greg Fiume

High School: Three-time New Jersey Girls' Soccer Coaches Association All-State selection...Earned all-state statistics leader status in 2011...Named to All-Independence First Team in 2011 and 2012...During sophomore season earned spot on All-NJAC Second Team, All-Morris County Third Team and All-Independence Honorable Mention honors...Named All-Morris County Forward of the Year and All-Morris County First Team in 2011...Earned New Jersey Girls' Soccer Coaches Association sectional recognition and was named to All-Morris County Third Team in 2012...Also competed for FC Copa Real...Owned a 4.0 grade-point average...Member of German National Honors Society and was a three-year member of German Club.

Personal: Born Paulina Rose Proska on Jan. 29, 1995 in Chapel Hill, NC...Daughter of Paula and Daniel Proska...Has one brother, Kenny...Intends to major in biology.

Head Coach Sarah Barnes on Lina: "A smart, crafty dribbler, Lina is a scoring threat in the attacking third. She spent her early years in Germany, developing her vision, a solid understanding of movement off the ball and the ability to run at defenders. The competitive training environment surrounding her club team has prepared her to make an impact."

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