Yeardley Love Biography – George Huguely Wiki (Photos/Pictures)

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Yeardley Love Biography and Wiki: Yeardley Love is a University of Virginia women’s lacrosse player who was found dead in early May 2010. George Huguely, a male lacrosse player at the school, was charged with first-degree murder.

Yeardley Love
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Defense – D
Senior
High School/Previous College
Notre Dame Prep
Previous Experience

Hometown
Cockeysville, Md.

At Virginia
2009
• Played in 16 games, starting nine
• Start first collegiate game against Virginia Tech

2008
• Played in nine games
• Dished out first career assist in win over No. 12 George Mason

2007
• Saw action in eight games
• Scored first collegiate goal in her first game as a Cavalier, against Virginia Tech

HIGH SCHOOL
• All-County (‘06)
• Four-year member of the varsity lacrosse and field hockey teams at Notre Dame Prep

PERSONAL
• Full name is Yeardley Reynolds Love
• Born July 17, 1987 in Baltimore, Md.
• Daughter of Sharon and John Love
• One sister, Lexie
• Uncle Granville Swope was an All-American lacrosse student-athlete at Virginia

LOVE STATISTICALLY

Year GP/GS Goals Assists Points Shots GB DC CT
2007 8/0 2 0 2 6 3 0 3
2008 9/0 0 1 1 4 4 2 0
2009 16/9 4 0 4 8 11 5 3
Career 39/9
6
1
7
18
18
7
6

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George Huguely Bio and Wikipedia:
George Huguely is a University of Virginia men’s lacrosse player who was charged with first-degree murder in the death of a women’s lacrosse player at the school.

George Huguely
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M – M
Height: 6-2 Weight: 209
Senior
High School/Previous College
Landon
Previous Experience

Hometown
Chevy Chase, Md.

• Can also play attack
• Good stick skills and an understanding of the offense makes him a reliable midfield option

2009
• Ran most of the season on the second midfield
• Tallied three goals and added four assists in 17 games
• Opened season with one goal and one assist versus Drexel
• Scored in back-to-back games vs. Cornell and Vermont

2008
• Appeared in 10 games in an injury plagued season
• Scored once vs. Stony Brook and had an assist against Vermont

2007
• Played on the second midfield
• Four goals and four assists
• Seventh among ACC rookies in goals and points, fourth in assists
• Second among the team’s middies in assist
• Shared the team lead with two assists against Stony Brook in his second game
• Scored his first goal against Princeton to start a three-game streak
• A goal and assist in back-to-back games vs. Mount St. Mary’s and Towson

HIGH SCHOOL
• Dynamic lacrosse and football athlete
• All-American
• Under Armour All-American
• Fifth-leading goal scorer (87) in school history and 12th in points (136)
• First-team Washington Post All-Met after recording 30 goals and 11 assists as a senior
• Also first-team all-county by the DC Examiner and The Gazette
• Team won two league championships
• Quarterback of school’s league championship football team as a senior
• Received all-conference honors that season and was named team MVP
• Three-time honor roll selection

PERSONAL
• Son of Marta Murphy and George Huguely
• Born 9-1-87 in Washington, D.C.
• A younger sister, Teran
• Vice president of Operation Smile
• Anthropology major

HUGUELY BY THE NUMBERS

Year GP GB Sh G A Pts Pen
2007 16 7
27
4
4
8
0
2008 10 3 5 1 1 2 0
2009 17 7 16 3 4 7 1-1:00
Career 43 17 48 8 9 17 1-1:00

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