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 Lisa Faulkner
Lisa Faulkner
Hometown:
Oregon City, Oregon

Last College:
Vanguard '05

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
2nd season

10/15/2013

Women's Basketball To Host Meet The Team Day

Fans are invited to watch practice on Sunday, October 20

11/05/2012

Q & A with Coach Erik Johnson

Coach Johnson talks about the upcoming season.

07/26/2012

Q&A With Katie Zenevitch

"We're going to get after it this season!"

05/07/2012

Women's Basketball Camp Registratin Is Open

Eagles to host summer camp sessions

05/07/2012

Women's Basketball Camp Registration Is Open

Eagles to host summer camp sessions

AS A COACH

• This will be Coach Faulkner's second season at Boston College.

• Was an assistant with Coach Erik Johnson at the University of Denver from 2008-12, and joined him on the BC staff in 2012-13.

• Faulkner's first season at BC saw the team go from winning just seven games to a 12-19 record in the 2012-13 season. BC improved in ACC action, earning five regular season conference games.

• In non-conference action, BC earned key wins over Big East perennial power Rutgers as well as BYU.

• This season, the team won two straight ACC road games - at Virginia Tech and at Clemson - for the first time since entering the conference.

• BC won the final regular season ACC game vs. Georgia Tech, the first win over the Yellow Jackets since Jan. 17, 2010.

• Boston College also defeated Virginia twice - once during the regular season and the second win in the first round of ACC Tournament. It marked the first time BC earned a win over UVA in the ACC Tournament

• With Faulkner's assistance, Kristen Doherty developed into a solid all-around player for the Eagles. The junior led the team in scoring, steals and was second in assists and rebounds.

• Faulkner helped freshman Nicole Boudreau emerge as a scorer last season. Boudreau, who earned All-ACC Freshman team honors, was second on the team in three-pointers made and led all conference rookies in minutes played and three-pointers made. She was also the second highest scoring rookie in the conference during the regular season.

• Faulkner, a native of Oregon City, OR, was also assistant coach at her alma mater Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California. In her two seasons as an assistant, Vanguard went 62-3 and the team advanced to the 2006 and 2007 NAIA Final Four.

AS A PLAYER

• Played for two years at Vanguard.

• Was a two-time all-conference selection and as well as being named a NAIA Co-Player of the Year and Kodak All-American as a senior.

• Was the Vanguard Female Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior and the Golden State Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 2004.

• Earned her bachelor's degree in sociology from Vanguard in 2005 and a master's degree in leadership and organizations at the University of Denver in 2012.

THE FAULKNER FILE

Education
CollegeVanguard (2005)
Playing Experience
2003-05Vanguard - NAIA Kodak All-American, first team
Coaching Experience
2012-presentAssistant Coach
Boston College
2008-2012Assistant Coach
Denver
2007-08Assistant Coach
North Arizona
2005-2007Third Assistant Coach
Vanguard University

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