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Dominique Penaranda
Dominique Penaranda

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Santa Clarita, Calif.

High School:
Hart HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
F

Experience:
3V



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Briefly...
Dominique Penaranda begins her fourth year with the LMU program... a team player who will sacrifice and give everything for the benefit of the team... a blue collar, hard working player who is transitioning from forward to outside back...

At LMU...

2009...
made one appearance (vs. Northern Arizona on Aug. 30) before suffering injury...

2008...
appeared in two games... did not record a shot or a point... saw action vs. UC Irvine (Sept. 5) and Cal State Bakersfield (Sept. 12)...

2007...
appeared in eight games, all off the bench...

High School...
a 2007 graduate of Hart High School in Santa Clarita, CA... four-year letterwinner for coach Luis Romero... team captain as a junior and senior, leading Hart to consecutive Foothill League titles and back-to-back all-league honors... named one of the Top 200 recruits by Soccer Buzz Magazine... played for So Cal United/Real So Cal club team... participated as a member of the Cal South State ODP program for five years and on the USYSA Region IV team for two years... played for current LMU assistant coach Michelle Myers and the `89 Cal South State team which won the ODP regional championship in 2006... also ran two years of track... four-time Academic Achievement Award winner...

Personal...
Dominique Marchella Penaranda was born on February 8, 1989 in Burbank, CA... daughter of Edgar and Jody Penaranda... oldest of four children, all girls, with younger sisters Pilar, Sophia, and Isabella... also recruited by UCLA, UNLV, Texas A&M, Miami, and UC San Diego... works for the Burbank Police Department as a cadet... picked LMU because it was always her dream to be a Lion... a political science major.

Career Stats

	GP-GS	Sh	G	A	Pts
2007	8-0	0	0	0	0
2008	2-0	0	0	0	0
2009	1-0	0	0	0	0
Totals	11-0	0	0	0	0 

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