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Ana Bengoechea
Ana  Bengoechea


North Bethesda, MD

High School:
Stone Ridge




Bengoechea, Van de Loo Earn NSCAA All-America Honors

Seniors Duo Lands Second Team Honors


Williams Tops Johns Hopkins, 2-1, in NCAA Round of 16

Bengoechea's First-Half Goal Gives JHU Early 1-0 Lead, but Ephs Rally for Win


Johns Hopkins Lands Three on NSCAA All-Region Team

Meg Van de Loo Recognized as First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region


Four Blue Jays Honored by Centennial Conference

Ana Bengoechea Joins List of 15 Players to be Named First Team All-CC Three Times


Women's Soccer Beats Ursinus 4-0 at Home

Blue Jays Shutout Opponent for the Second Time this Week

2016: Team Captain • NSCAA All-America Second Team • NSCAA Scholar All-America • ECAC All-Star First Team • Hero Sports All-America • CoSIDA Academic All-District II • NSCAA All-Region First TeamAll-Centennial First Team • Started all 22 games for the Blue Jays at midfield •  Scored 11 goals and nine assists on the season •  Dished out three assists at Washington College (9/17) • Scored two goals on two occassions: Shenandoah (10/12) and Christopher Newport (11/13) • Scored the lone Hopkins goal in the NCAA Tournament Third Round loss at Williams (11/19).

Team captain • First Team All-Centennial Conference for the third-straight season • Second Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • battled injuries for most of the season, but still played in 17 games and made 14 starts • finished tied for fifth on the team in points (10) and tied for second in assists (4) • two of her three goals served as game winners as she tallied decisive goals vs. Washington (9/19) and vs. Ursinus (10/10) • collected a season-high three points vs. Frostburg St. (9/6) and vs. Ursinus (10/10.

Non-stop, high-energy midfielder who specializes in causing havoc for opponents in middle of the field and controlling possession for her team • NSCAA second team All-American • second team All-American • First Team All-Centennial Conference • First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • started all 25 games on the season • tallied a goal and an assist in 4-0 win over Ursinus (10/11) • assisted on lone goal in Haverford win (10/18) • found back of the net in 5-0 win over Bryn Mawr (10/25) • tallied assists in conference tournament games against Ursinus and Swarthmore.

2013: Emerged as a talented, high-motor midfielder during freshman season • named first freshman NSCAA All-American (Third Team) in Hopkins history • NSCAA First-Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • First-Team All-Centennial Conference • Centennial Conference Rookie of the Year • started in 16 games while appearing in 21 total contests • made first career start against Carnegie Mellon (9/8) • recorded an assist on the game-winning goal vs. Messiah • had an assist in win over Muhlenberg (11/8).

High School: Four-year team member • Team captain for two seasons • Named ISL All-League all four seasons • Helped lead team to ISL championship during sophomore and senior seasons • Won the sportsmanship award as a senior • Played club soccer for the Bethesda Soccer Club, where she was a team captain and won 2009 Maryland state championship • Coached by KJ Spisak and Dave Nolan.

Personal: Ana Bengoechea • daughter of Ventura Bengoechea and Betty Romero • majoring in public health.