Norah Swanson
Norah  Swanson


Alamo, Calif.

High School:
San Ramon Valley



Nolan on Swanson - "Norah has improved every year she has been here and just gets better and better! Blessed with good pace and excellent attacking instincts she has everything I want in an outside back. She has emerged as a great team leader and will be our captain this year."

2008 - Played in every game, starting a career-best 18 on the backline ... Part of a defensive unit that set a school record for fewest goals allowed in a season (14) ... Scored her first goal as a Hoya in a BIG EAST win over DePaul.

2007 - Played in 14 games... Assisted on the game-winner in the season-opener against Richmond

2006 - Played in 15 games for Georgetown, starting 11 of them... Recorded her first collegiate point when she assisted on the second goal in GU's 2-0 win over BIG EAST preseason favorite Connecticut... Notched her second assists of the season in a BE win over DePaul... Was named to the 2006 D.C. Invitational All-Tournament Team.

Prior to Georgetown - Letterwinner at San Ramon Valley High School ... Led team to East Bay Athletic League Championship, one of the most competitive women's soccer leagues in California, as well as the California North Coast Sectional Championship ... Two-time winner of the North Coast Section Scholar-Athlete Award ... Member of the Mustang Blast Club Team since 1998 ... Last year led team to fi fth NOR-CAL State Cup Championship and second Far Western Regional Championship ... 2004 US Youth Soccer National Champion.

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April 21
12:00 PM
George Washington
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