Hollis Burman, Dulaney, soccer

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September 06, 2006|By Katherine Dunn

Dulaney senior Hollis Burman earned second-team All-State honors last fall in soccer and was second-team All-Baltimore County in lacrosse after helping the Lions to a second straight Class 4A state title. She carries a 3.2 grade point average. Although she had planned to play lacrosse at Maryland, Burman decided on Delaware after coach Cindy Timchal left the Terps last month. What did you do on your summer vacation? I spent a lot of time with my boyfriend this summer. We went to the beach. I played a lot of lacrosse. I didn't stop playing lacrosse until the end of July. What are you looking forward to most about your senior year? All the events that happen during senior year like senior barbecue, prom and senior week all together, and having a good time my last year and doing well in school. For the soccer team this fall, what kind of goals do you all have? Really to play like a team. I feel like if we all come together and be one, we can make it pretty far, but we have to encourage each other and keep each other on the right page. What would you like to take away from this soccer season? I just want to have fun with it and have a good time. It's my senior year. I'd like to win, but if it doesn't happen, as long as we try our hardest, whatever the outcome is, I'm fine with. How hard was it to make the final decision to play lacrosse in college? Not very hard actually. I felt like I had had my fill of soccer, even though I love the sport more than anything. Lacrosse, I feel like there's a lot more action, and it was a newer sport to me and I'm not as lacrossed out as I was in soccer. Why Delaware? I just loved Delaware since I was a sophomore and I went up there for camp. I loved the coach, I loved the girls, I loved my surroundings. I feel like it's a really great fit for me and what I want to do. What do you want to do? Photography. I love photography ... or something involving sports like sports management or physical therapy. I just want to stay in sports. What do you do when you're not playing sports? I hang out with my friends a lot. I like spending time with my family, but lacrosse and soccer do take up most of my time, so it's hard to fit anything else in.

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