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Allison Scola
Allison  Scola

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hummelstown, Pa.

High School:
Hershey

Height:
5-5

Position:
M


Career honors
- Third Team NFHCA All-American (2007)
- Second Team Womensfieldhockey.com All-American (2007)
- First Team NFHCA All-Mideast Region (2007)
- Second Team All-Big Ten (2007)
- NCAA All-Tournament Team (2007)
- Big Ten All-Tournament Team (2006)
- NFHCA National Academic Squad (2005, 2006, 2007)
- Academic All-Big Ten (2006, 2007)

Lion Career
2007: Named a third team NFHCA All-American and a second team womensfieldhockey.com All-American....Honored on the NFHCA All-Mideast Region first team....A member of the NCAA All-Tournament team....Named second team All-Big Ten....Started every game on the season and for the last two years, and in her career has played in all but one game....Also started the last 64 consecutive games for the Nittany Lions....Saw time at all three field positions, at forward, in the midfield and also a little bit of time at back....Fourth on the team in points (19) and second in assists (11) and along with Jen Long, became the first Penn State players since TiMarie Legel in 2003 to record 10 or more assists in a season....Tied for third in the Big Ten in assists and was seventh in the Big Ten in assists per game (0.46)....Also ranked 36th in the country in assists per game....In Big Ten games only, tied for first in the conference in assists (3) and assists per game (0.50)....Scored four goals on just six shots on goal....Recorded a point in a stretch of five out of seven games twice during the season....In the four games in which she has scored goals, did so on her only four shots of those games....Named to the Academic All-Big Ten team for the second straight year and to the NFHCA National Academic Squad for the third straight year....Went to Argentina for an exhibition tour with the U.S. Under-21 National Team.

Game-by-Game: Assisted on Mallory Weisen's and the first Penn State goal of the year at Old Dominion (8-25)....Scored the game-winning goal at Princeton (9-5)....Recorded assists in two straight games beginning with a helper on Mallory Weisen's game-winning goal vs. Temple (9-12)....Followed that up with an assist on Natalie Blasco's game-winning goal vs. West Chester (9-14)....Scored the game-tying goal and then, just under two and a half minutes later, scoring the eventual game-winning goal to help Penn State overcome a two-goal deficit in the win over Lock Haven (9-26), which was the first of three straight games with a point....Assisted on Kiersten Wood's goal vs. Northwestern (9-30)....Recorded an assist on another Mallory Weisen game-winning goal, this one vs. Syracuse (10-3)....Scored a goal and assisted on the other PSU goal by Bethany Marvel vs. Michigan State (10-14)....Assisted on Kiersten Wood's goal vs. Iowa (10-20)....Scored a goal and assisted on the other Penn State goal of the game vs. Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament (11-1)....Assisted on Mallory Weisen's game-winning goal vs. Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11-10)....Also assisted on Mallory Weisen's game-winning goal vs. Wake Forest (11-16) in the national semifinal.

2006: Was one of five players to start every game....Tied for the team lead in assists (8) and was second on the squad in goals (10) and points (28)....Led the team and the Big Ten in game-winning goals with five....Ranked sixth in the Big Ten in points, eighth in points per game (1.27), tied for seventh in goals and tied for eighth in assists....In Big Ten games, she led the conference in points (15), points per game (2.50), goals (6), goals per game (1.00) and game-winning goals (3)....Scored her 10 goals off just 23 shots on goal and 28 shots overall....Put over 82 percent of her shots on goal and scored on her shots 35.7 percent of the time....Five of her 10 goals were unassisted....Had two multiple-goal games on the year and has three for her career....Recorded points in 11 consecutive games from September 6 through October 27....Her streak included nine goals and seven assists....Named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team....Named Academic All-Big Ten and to the NFHCA National Academic Squad....Was a member of the U.S. National Under-21 field hockey team for the second straight year.

Game-by-Game: After not recording any points in the first three games of the year, she recorded a goal (game-winning) and an assist, helping out on Mallory Weisen's game-tying goal, in the win over Northeastern (9-2)....Assisted on Shaun Banta's goal vs. Princeton (9-6)....Helped out on Carey Maser's game-winning goal vs. Lafayette (9-15)....Recorded two goals, the first two of the game, in the 6-0 win over West Chester....Scored the final Penn State goal of the game in the win over Penn (9-20)....Scored the game-winning goal unassisted vs. Michigan State (9-23)....Helped out on Kiersten Wood's game-tying goal in the win over Syracuse (9-27)....Recorded the final Penn State goal of the game in the 4-0 win over Michigan (9-29)....Assisted on all three of Penn State's goals vs. Ohio State (10-8), becoming just the second Penn State player since 2001 to record three helpers in a game....Assisted on Mallory Weisen's game-tying goal in Penn State's upset win over North Carolina (10-13)....Recorded a natural hat trick, the second one for a Penn State player this year, by scoring all three Nittany Lions goals in the 3-1 win over Northwestern (10-20), which was her first career hat trick and third career multi-goal game....Scored her second and third goals of that natural hat trick in a three-and-a-half minute span....Netted her 10th goal of the year by scoring the only goal of the game in Penn State's 1-0 win over Iowa (10-27), giving her four straight Penn State goals in the two games.

2005: Started the last 18....Scored first career goal in first game at Old Dominion (8-27)....Converted stroke at William & Mary (8-28) after scoreless double overtime....Tallied one goal vs. Villanova (9-9)....Scored twice vs. Bucknell (10-18)....Scored one goal vs. Ohio State (10-22).

High School
All-time leading scorer at Hershey with 53 goals....Led the Trojans to three Mid Penn championships....Qualified for the state tournament all four years....Made it to state final four freshman year, final eight senior year....Finished third in District III freshman and senior years....NFHCA high school second team All-America and All-Mideast senior year....Member of the US Under 21 National Team senior year....Pennsylvania All-State first team member sophomore through senior years....Patriot News Big 11 first team junior and senior years....Mid Penn All-Star first team all four years....Member of the US U-16 National Team in 2002....Named to Patriot News All-Underclass team freshman and sophomore years....Participated in the Futures National Indoor Tournament from 2002-05....Played in the National Futures Tournament from 2002-05....Participated in National Hockey Festival for four years....Also competed in gymnastics....Won the PA Classic all-around, vault and beam titles.

Personal
Full name is Allison McNeile Scola....Born on March 8, 1987, in Langhorne, Pa....Parents are John and Tami Scola....Has one brother, Andrew (22)....Father and uncle both graduated from Penn State....Majoring in business.

Char Morett on Allison Scola
"Allie continues to light up the field with her speed on the ball. She has keen passing skills but can also take the ball aggressively into the circle when needed. Allie will be able to interchange positions throughout the game. That is what will make her so dangerous and will cause problems for our opponents. As an elected captain, her competitive spirit will surely be something you notice on the field."

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