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Andrea Vandersall
Andrea  Vandersall


Hampton, NH

High School:




Johns Hopkins Defeats Haverford, 2-1, in OT in Centennial Semifinals

Pothast Scores Game-winner 1:35 into First Overtime

2009: Started all 19 games • scored three goals and added four assists for 10 points • named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • finished career tied for 10th in program history in points (67), 11th in goals (25) and tied for 13th in assists (17) • co-captain • scored first goal of the season in shutout at Virginia Wesleyan • notched a pair of assists, including one on the game-winner, in shutout of Kenyon • scored off a rebound in win over #13 Gettysburg • scored at Haverford • notched assists in back-to-back games against Bryn Mawr and 18th-ranked Christopher Newport.

2008: Started all 21 games • tied for 14th in JHU history with 57 career points • also ranks 12th in career goals (22) and tied for 15th in career assists (13) • posted career-highs in goals (12), assists (8) and points (32) • finished second on the team in all three categories • notched at least one point in first three games of the season, against #10 Christopher Newport, Delaware Valley and Roanoke • put together a three-game point streak against #15 Gettysburg, Swarthmore and Virginia Wesleyan • tallied five goals and one assist during three-game stretch • scored the game-winning goal and notched two assists in shutout of Haverford • assisted on game-winner against Washington College • scored a pair of goals in shutout at Bryn Mawr to ignite a four-game scoring streak • named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA All-Academic Squad.

2007: Started all 20 games • tied for third on the team in goals (7) and fifth in points (10) • had back-to-back multi-point games against FDU and Drew • scored and assisted on game-winner at Washington College • picked up an assist in win over Muhlenberg • scored in loss at #6 Ursinus in regular season finale • scored two goals in Centennial Conference title game loss at #4 Ursinus • named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA All-Academic Squad.

2006: Played 21 games and started one • finished the season with three goals and two assists for eight points • scored first career goal in loss at Christopher Newport • scored a goal and tallied first career assist in shutout of College of Notre Dame • scored in win at Franklin & Marshall • assisted on game-winning goal versus McDaniel in Centennial Conference semifinals.

Personal: Andrea B. Vandersall • born February 20, 1988 • daughter of Scott and Amy Vandersall • scored 16 goals and added 10 assists in senior season in leading team to a 13-1 record • captained team as a senior • also played lacrosse and ran track • won a state championship in lacrosse • volunteer for Barack Obama campaign • SAAC • Dean's List student majoring in international relations with a minor in economics.