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Six Lions find the back of the cage for the squad's seventh win of the season
Reddig records 25th career assist, Amy scores 60th career goal
Co-Captains Hannah Allison and Ayla Halus joined their choach
Penn State takes on the U.S. U-21 National Team and JMU this weekend
Lions begin working towards defending their Big Ten Championship title.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012: Appeared in five games during her first season as a Nittany Lion ... Made her career debut against No. 4 Princeton (9/6) ... Registered her first shot in a 5-1 win over Temple (9/8) ... Penn State went 4-1 in games she played, while outscoring opponents 27-5.
HIGH SCHOOL: Varsity letterwinner for the State College Little Lions ... Served as team captain during her senior campaign and was named a Tri-Valley League first team All-Star ... Two-time PIAA District IV State Champion during high school career ... Advanced to the quarterfinals in 2009 ... Played for the East Coast Field Hockey club team and earned her Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.
PERSONAL: Full name is Alexandra Joanne Lauth ... Born on Aug. 28, 1994 in State College, Pa. ... Parents are Susan and Eddie Lauth III ... Has a brother, Eddie, and a sister, Natalie ... Father, Eddie, played soccer at Rollins College ... Both siblings attended Penn State ... Currently undecided on a major.
ON CHOOSING PENN STATE: "I grew up in State College, and always dreamed of playing on the Field Hockey team. I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. Penn State is just different than any other school."
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