15 - Karen Bonilla
Karen Bonilla
Height: 5-0
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Manassas, Va.
High School: Osborn Park
Position: MF
Major: Management Information Systems & Marketing

2010: All-PBC Second Team ... Started all 17 games for the Bobcats in the midfield ... Notched a pair of assists with 30 shots ... Both of her assists came in the same game, the 4-0 win over West Georgia Sept. 25 ... PBC Presidential Scholar.

2009: Played in 16 games with five starts … Tallied an assist and six shots … Her assist came on the very first goal of the season, the game winner in the 2-0 victory over Queens University. 

2008: Started 13 games while seeing action in 17 ... Had three assists, one goal and five points as a freshman ... Her first career goal came against North Alabama in a 5-0 victory ... First Team All-PBC. 

High School: Was a four-year member of the soccer squad at Osborn Park High, earning Second Team All-Region twice under head coach Robert Watters ... Also was selected to the all-district team three times, including a pair of first-team nods ... Led the squad in goals in 2006 and 2007, earning the team's MVP in 2008 ... Team was District Champions in 2006 ... Graduated a year early. 

Personal: Daughter of Valentin and Sandra Bonilla ... Born Oct. 21, 1990 ... Majoring in management information systems & Marketing ... Member of the BYRC Blue Thunder club team ... Was an all-district selection at ODP in 2005 and 2004 ... Lists Ricardo Kaka and Lucio as her favorite athletes ... Chose Georgia College because of soccer ... Likes any movies with Adam Sandler or Denzel Washington, with her favorite being "The Wedding Singer" ... Has “Hakuna mutata” for her motto to live by ... Nickname Bon Bon ... Current ringtone is "Who's That Chick: by Rihanna ... Her biggest sports thrill is scoring ... Before every game she has to tie her right cleat before her left ... Lists favorite song as "Jammin" by Bob Marley ...Has "Desperate Housewives" as her favorite TV show.

 

 

  GP-GS Goals Assists Pts GW
2008 17-13
1 3 5 0
2009 16-5 0 1 1 0
2010 17-17 0 2 2 0
Totals 50-35 1 6 8 0