7 - Marian Dalmy
Marian Dalmy
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lakewood, Colo.
High School: Green Mountain
Position: Defender

AS A SENIOR IN 2006: Team tri-captain and outside back started 20 of team's 21 matches in 2006 ... became fifth Bronco to be named WCC Player of the Year after leading all WCC defenders with six goals, six assists, and 18 points ... also named to All-West Region and All-WCC First Team ... vital member of defense which shutout 11 opponents ... netted a goal on a penalty kick on Nov. 4 at Saint Mary's ... named WCC Player of the Week after scoring two goals and adding an assist in 4-0 win over San Francisco on Oct. 29 ... recorded pair of assists against Gonzaga on Oct. 22 ... netted the equalizer on a penalty kick in 3-2 win over Portland on Oct. 19 ... assisted on second goal of 2-0 win over San Diego on Oct. 8 ... scored her first two goals of the season on Sept. 24 in 2-0 win over CS Fullerton ... was named to Soccer Buzz National Team of the Week for her performance, and alos for being part of team's shutouts of Titans and UCLA ... second goal came on penalty kick in 61st minute ... her corner kick directly resulted in game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Utah on Aug. 27.  

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Team captain ... earned All-America honorable mention honors from Soccer Times and Soccer Buzz Magazines ... also named second-team All-West Region by Soccer Buzz ... earned First-Team All-WCC honors ... named to the all-tournament team at the ACC/WCC Challenge at Wake Forest ... scored two goals and recorded two assists on the season ... season was cut short in NCAA Third Round against Boston College as she suffered a torn ACL in 21st minute ... scored on a penalty kick in first round against Fresno State ... netted a goal against Virginia Tech.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: A first-team All-WCC selection... a Soccer Buzz and NSCAA/adidas second team All-West Region honoree... started 23 contests at all three field positions, and saw action in all 25 matches... took four shots at Cal Poly... earned All-Tournament team honors at the SCU adidas Classic... has taken 28 shots on the season... posted a goal and an assist against No. 7 California... followed with another goal against the Bears, this time in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... scored with less than 30 seconds before intermission with a header off a corner kick... called into the U.S. U21 National Team training camp in March.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Named to the Soccer Buzz West Region All-Freshman team... earned SCU adidas Classic All-Tournament Team recognition... honored by teammates as the squad's Coaches Award recipient... started 14 contests and saw action in 17 matches... did not play against Cal Poly after pulling leg muscle against USC... suffered high left ankle sprain at San Diego, and missed the remaining six conference matches... split time between forward and midfield roles... scored six goals and two assists for 14 points... scored first collegiate goal at San Jose State in first-half action... added first assist in second period... scored against Pacific... had four shots on goal vs. the Tigers... tied match against Penn State with score in 76th minute... slipped a pass through three Georgia defenders to assist on Broncos' third goal... added a score against Notre Dame... scored game-winner at Stanford in the first half... posted fifth goal of season at CS Fullerton... returned to action against Stanford in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... entered the match to start the second half and scored the game-winner just 13 minutes later... returned to the starting line-up against Portland in the NCAA Third Round.  

NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: A member of the 2001 U19 Olympic Development Program pool... participated in the ODP Interregional Tournament on two occasions... was a member of the 2001 USYSA All-America Team that traveled to Germany, Holland, Belgium and England... a member of the U16 ODP pool in 2000.  

CLUB TEAM: Led team to the U18 National Championship in July 2002... team was regional finalist for three seasons... State Cup Champions from 1996-99, and again in 2001 and '02... won league titles in 1999, 2000 and '01... won the MVP award for State Cup on four occasions.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played under coach John Brovsky at Green Mountain High School in Lakewood, Colo... a 2003 Parade Magazine High School All-American... a two-time NSCAA/adidas All-American... scored a goal in the 2003 McDonald's All-America Game, assisted by new teammate Tiffany Roberts... led team to state championship in 2003 and the league championships in 2000 and '02... the three-year team captain earned MVP honors for prep team in 2001 and '02 while also earning all-state and all-conference honors in her senior season... named MVP of Jeffco in 2002... also volunteers with the Meals on Wheels program and is studying to obtain the Coaches E license.  

PERSONAL: Full name is Marian Antal Dalmy... born in Denver, Colo... parents are Adam and Diane Dalmy... has two siblings... great uncle, Imre Antal, was a member of the 1938 Hungarian National Team... majoring in communication.

 

 

Dalmy's Career Statistics

 

Year M-S Goals Assists Points Shots GW Goals
2003 17-14 6 2 14 20 2
2004 25-24 2 1 5 28 0
2005 23-23 2 2 6 22 0
2006 20-20 6 6 18 30 2
Career 85-81 16 11 43 100 4