| 9 Amy Hallion
Glenelg, South Australia
Sacred Heart College
Started all 16 games... named to All-Academic team and America East Commissioner's Honor Roll... tallied 18 goals and 15 assists... also had 17 ground balls and 20 draw controls... had three goals against Le Moyne (2/28) and Yale... had a season-high four assists at Sacred Heart (3/11)... back-to-back games with six points Yale (3/7) and Sacred Heart (3/11)... season-high four ground balls at Sacred Heart (3/11).
Started all 15 games... tallied 22 goals and nine assists... second on the team with 25 draw controls... tied career-high with seven points (4g, 3a) vs. Duquesne... also had five ground balls and two draw controls vs. Dukes (2/24)... had three ground balls at Brown (3/8)... had two goals and two assists vs. Sacred Heart (3/12)... tallied four goals and four draw controls at Monmouth (3/16)... had five ground balls vs. Vermont (3/22)... had four ground balls vs. American (3/26)... totaled three ground balls and three draw controls vs. UMBC (4/2)... had five ground balls and four draw controls vs. Marist (4/16)... had four ground balls vs. Hofstra (4/22).
Started all 17 games... had 28 goals and six assists... scored in all but two games... had a game high five goals and seven points vs. Binghamton (3/24)... scored two goals in key win over Boston University (4/7)... had three goals over Vermont to clinch share of conference championship (4/28).
Saw action in 17 games, earning one start... scored a goal vs. Mount St. Mary's (2/24)... picked up three ground balls vs. Siena (3/11)... scored a goal vs. Sacred Heart (3/14)... scored and assisted on a goal vs. Boston College (3/16)... assisted on a goal at Binghamton (4/1)... scored a goal at Oregon (4/11)... assisted on three goals vs. Wagner (4/18)... scored a goal vs. Vermont (4/28).
Before Stony Brook:
Spent one year at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia.
Attended Sacred Heart College in Australia... member of U19 Aussie Team, earning a runner-up finish in 2003... three-year member of U17 State Team, earning national title in 2002... two-year member of U21 State Team, posting a runner-up finish in 2005... won a national title in 2002 with the Senior State Team... earned premiership title in 2004 and was runner-up 2000-03 and 2005 as a member of the Brighton A-Grade team.
Amy Kate Hallion... born May 31, 1985, in Adelaide, Australia... daughter of Sue and Geoff Hallion... sister of Sarah... majoring in health science.