2 Truly Dorland
2 Truly Dorland
Height: 5-7
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
High School: Bishop Blanchet HS
Position: UTL

2018-2019 (Junior):
Dorland meshed well in her utility role for the Tigers. Suited up in all 27 matches for UOP tallying a career-high 28 goals, 4 assists, and 32 points for the season. The Seattle, Wash. native drew 21 exclusions on the year, tied for third on the team. Had seven multi-goal performances during her junior campaign including a career-high four goals to kick off the season against Fresno Pacific (Jan. 19th). Found her stride towards the end of the season finding the back end in nine out of the Tigers' last 10 matches. Held two streaks of five matches with a goal. Aided Pacific to victory in their GCC Championship match against LMU tallying a hat trick.

2017-2018 (Sophomore):
Suited up in all 26 matches for the Tigers. Recorded 16 goals, five assists, and 21 points on the year. Drew 16 exclusions, ranking second on the team, and tallied 11 steals. Had a season-high three goals against Cal Baptist (March 24) and a two goal, three-steal performance against Concordia (Apr. 7). Dorland finished the year out strong, scoring two pivotal goals in the first half of the NCAA Quarterfinal game against UCLA (May 11).

2016-2017 (Freshman):
A Golden Coast Conference All-Academic selection, Dorland played in all 30 matches for the Tigers. Posted nine goals and four assists for 13 points. Drew 11 exclusions and tallied seven steals. Posted two goals against Pomona-Pitzer (Jan. 21), and added another two against Fresno Pacific (April 20). Picked up a GCC Tournament goal in the quarterfinal win over Fresno Pacific (April 28) with two steals. Added a goal against Pomona-Pitzer in the NCAA Opening Round (May 6) with one steal.

High School:
Dorland, from Bishop Blanchet High School in Seattle, Washington, is a USA Olympic Development Team veteran, and was named the top player at the 2014 Regional Championships where her Pacific Northwest Regional Team finished first in 2012, 2013, and 2014. Attended the Seattle Water Polo in the Junior Olympics from 2011-2015. A multi-sport athlete at Bishop Blanchet, she has earned 10 varsity letters in four different sports; Water Polo, Softball, Golf and Swimming.

Personal:
She also enjoys scuba diving, fishing and hunting and is looking forward to spending time in Yosemite.