Claire Yearian enters her freshman campaign at LMU... versatile enough to play multiple positions... good on the ball... very smart player...
four-year letterwinner at Bellarmine Prep for coach Joe Waters... named to all-area team as a junior and a senior... three-time All-Narrows League selection... earned First Team All-State honors as a senior... helped Bellarmine Prep to three Narrows League titles and four state tournament appearances, including twice advancing to the quarterfinals... won 2008 Washington State championship with Washington Premier club team... US Club Regional finalist in 2005 and 2006... played for Washington State ODP team and was selected for the Region IV camp in 2005... also competed for four years on the track team...
Claire Patricia Yearian was born on June 25, 1991 in San Francisco... parents are Philip and Mary Yearian... oldest of four children with younger sister Caroline and younger brothers Jack and Will... chose LMU over Lehigh, Villanova, Vassar, and Swarthmore... earned Washington State Honors Award... member of the National Honor Society... earned President's Award for Academic Excellence and Army Scholar-Athlete Award... volunteered as National Honor Society tutor, TOP soccer coach, and special needs classroom assistant for grades kindergarten-2nd... majoring in natural science...
W. Soccer - 3/30/2017
Women’s Soccer Announces New Signees
W. Soccer - 3/29/2017
2017 Iggy Awards Set For April 24
W. Soccer - 3/24/2017
LMU’s Bolden Called Up to USWNT U-23 Camp
W. Soccer - 3/1/2017
Spring Season Kicks off With 2-0 Win
W. Soccer - 2/8/2017
Women’s Soccer Adds Joey Hoffman to Coaching Staff
W. Soccer - 11/30/2016
Bolden Named to 2016 NSCAA Division I Women's All-West...