Loredana Riverso
Loredana  Riverso


Mississauga, Ontario

High School:
Loyola Catholic





JUNIOR / 2008
• All-Big Ten first team
Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes Region third team
• Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award
• Academic All-Big Ten
• NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-Central Region
• Ranks fifth on Purdue's all-time lists for career goals (22), assists (14), points (58) and shots on goal (76)
• Put 35 shots on goal, which is the second-highest single-season total in school history
• Dished out game-winning assist vs. Colorado College (9/21) and vs. Ohio State (10/24)
• Led team in points (21), shots (54) and shots on goal (35)
• Tied for team lead with eight goals
• Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 victory at Wisconsin (9/28)
• Led team by putting 64.8% of shots on goal
• Took nine shots, which ranks as second-highest single-game total in school history, in 5-1 win vs. Illinois State (9/5)
• Missed both Big Ten Tournament games after call up to Team Canada for U20 World Cup

• Academic All-Big Ten
Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes Region second team
• Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week (10/1)
• Broke school records for goals (13) and points (34) in single season
• Also led team with eight assists
• Goal and point totals ranked second in Big Ten
• Ranked third in conference in assists
• Broke program record by notching goal in five straight games (11/2-11/16)
• Had separate streak of four straight games with goal (9/21-9/30)
• Tied for team lead with 11 multi-point games
• Recorded career-high five points in 5-0 win vs. Northwestern (9/30)
• Scored four goals in Big Ten Tournament to help lead Boilermakers to title
• Tied for team lead with three game-winning goals
• Put home game winners vs. Oregon (9/21), vs. Western Michigan (9/23) and vs. Illinois in Big Ten Tournament semifinal (11/9)
• Tied single-game school record by dishing out two assists in 4-0 win vs. Oakland (11/16)
• Notched 1,000th point in program history on goal assisted by Jessica Stellhorn vs. Ohio State in Big Ten Tournament final (11/11)

• Started final eight games of season at forward
• First career goal was game winner in 4-0 victory vs. Wisconsin (10/15)
• First career point was game-winning assist on Jessica Okoroafo goal in 2-0 win vs. Baylor (9/3)
• Had season-high three shots in 2-1 wins vs. Northwestern (10/13) and Ohio State (11/2)

• Played club for Dixie 88's
• Involved with Ontario Provincial Team since 2003 and Canadian National Team since 2004
• Part of U18 Canada Games Team (2005) and attended U17 and U20 national camps
• Won 2002 and 2004 Canadian National championships
• Won 2002, 2004 and 2005 Ontario Cup titles
• Won gold medal with Ontario U16 team at 2004 Canadian All-Star Championship

Biographical Information

Full Name: Loredana (Lor-ah-DAN-ah) Elizabeth Riverso (Ri-VER-so)

Major: Elementary Education

Father: Pat Riverso

Mother: Elizabeth Riverso

Brothers: Orlando & Marco


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