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Bianca Rojas

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Alan Wilson announces the addition of new head women’s lacrosse coach Bianca Rojas to the Point University coaching staff, effective July 11, 2019.

Wilson commented, “We are excited to welcome Coach Rojas as our next women’s lacrosse coach. She brings with her experience at both the high school and college levels, and we look forward to seeing the program grow as it did under our previous coach, Shelby Sanderson. Bianca shares our vision, values and goals and will be a huge asset to our University.”

Sanderson's husband, Patrick, who serves with the United States Air Force, has been transferred to New Mexico. Coach Sanderson and Coach Rojas were college teammates for two seasons (2013-14) at Shorter University. Sanderson (nee Beverly) was a five-year member of the Shorter women's lacrosse program (2013-17) and ranks second in Shorter history with 121 goals; third with 154 career points; fifth with 33 assists; seventh with 53 caused turnovers and ninth with 130 career ground balls.

Rojas ranks fifth in Shorter lacrosse history with 107 career goals; third with 37 assists and sixth with 144 career points. She ranks first with 235 career ground balls and fifth with 55 caused turnovers She holds the Shorter record for most points in a game with 10 (7 goals and 3 assists) against Agnes Scott College in 2011. As a freshman in 2011, Rojas received All-Conference first team honors in 2012, she was to the All-Conference honorable mention team.

Coach Rojas graduated from Shorter in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and earned a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Columbus State University in 2017. She is a 2010 graduate of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Ga., and played lacrosse during all four seasons of her high school career.

Rojas served as an assistant girls’ lacrosse coach under Coach Kathy Ezzell for five seasons at North Cobb High School from 2015-19, and also was volunteer assistant coach at Oglethorpe University (Ga.) in 2016.

“I am very excited to be given the opportunity to join Point University’s athletic department,” Coach Rojas remarked. “I feel blessed to be able to continue both of my passions -- mentoring young women and coaching lacrosse. I look forward to building relationships on and off the field with students and the local community. I’m also inspired to be able to do this while continuing to grow my relationship with the Lord. “