Joanna Lohman - Midfielder

Name: Joanna Lohman
Pronunciation: LOW-men
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5-5
Jersey number: 11
Date of birth: June 26, 1982
Age: 31
Hometown: Silver Spring, Md.
Citizenship: USA
Last club: DC United Women
How acquired: Signed as free agent in February 2013
Follow on Twitter: @JoannaLohman
Professional: In 2013, her first season with the Breakers, she was one of only three players on the team to play in all 22 games ... Made 21 starts, logging 1,897 minutes, third highest on team ... Scored 2 goals ... Loaned to Cyprus champions Apollon Limassol following the 2013 NWSL season ... Prior to coming to the Breakers, played for DC United of the USL W-League (2012) and RCD Espanyol of Spain’s top-flight La Liga Feminino (2011/2012) ... Made 21 appearances and scored three goals for Espanyol ... Made five appearances, logging 391 minutes for DC United ... In Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), played for the Philadelphia Independence (2010 and 2011) ... Made 24 appearances (20 starts) in 2010, scoring five goals, which ranked her second on the team ... In 2011, made 10 appearances ... Helped lead the Independence to back-to-back appearances in the WPS Championship ... Debuted in WPS in 2009 for the Washington Freedom and made seven appearances ... Initially drafted by WPS club Saint Louis Athletica in the 2008 WPS General Draft. Rights were later traded to Washington ... Played for Swedish club Balinge (2008) ... Member of 2005 Freedom Reserves ... Played in WUSA Festivals in both Minneapolis and Los Angeles in 2004
International: Has seven caps for the U.S. Women’s National Team ... Trained with USWNT during the 2004 Olympic Residency Training Camp ... Member of U21 U.S. national team from 2000-2005, captaining the squad from 2003-04 ... Helped lead U21 team to three Nordic Cup championships, earning MVP honors in 2002 ... Captained the U23 squad.
College: Played for Penn State University (2000-2003) ... Scored 19 goals and had six assists her senior season at Penn State, finishing career No. 5 in all-time goals scored (41), No. 2 in assists (37), No. 4 in points (114) and first with eight game-winning goals ... Named Big Ten Player of the Year (2003) ... First Team NSCAA Academic All-American (2001-2003) ... Two-time Mac Hermann Trophy and Honda Sports Award finalist (2002-2003) ... First Team All-Big Ten (2000-2003) ... Three-time NSCAA All- America selection ... 2000 Big Ten Freshman of the Year. Named NCAA Woman of the Year in 2004 ... One of three recipients of Penn State’s Outstanding Senior Athlete Award in 2003.
Scholastic: Played at Springbrook High School, graduating in 2000 ... Named Gatorade Maryland Soccer Player of the Year in 1999. 
Personal: With Breakers teammate Lianne Sanderson, founded JoLi Academy in 2010, promoting women’s soccer in developing nations ... Vice President of Tenant Consulting, LLC, a commercial real estate company in Washington, D.C. ... Appeared in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd" on Aug. 25, 2003, after leading U.S. U-21 squad to Nordic Cup championship.

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