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Mallory Weisen
Mallory  Weisen


Middleburg, Pa.

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Career honors
- Second team NFHCA All-Mideast Region (2006)
- First Team NFHCA All-Mideast Region (2007)
- Academic All-Big Ten (2006, 2007)
- Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9-5-06)
- Weekly Honor Roll (9-5-06)
- NFHCA Senior All-Star Game (2007)
- NCAA All-Tournament Team (2007)
- Third Team NFHCA All-American (2007)
- Third Team All-American (2007)

Lion Career
2007: Named a third team All-American by both the NFHCA and named to the NCAA All-Tournament team....Named first team NFHCA All-Mideast Region....Part of a defense that recorded a Big Ten-leading nine shutouts and that had a 1.26 goals against average, which ranked 13th in the country and second in the Big Ten....Set a new career high for goals in a season with 11....Ranked second on the team in goals (11) and third in points (22)....Also led the team in shots (70) and shots on goal (45) as she was the primary striker on penalty corners....Led the team and the Big Ten in game-winning goals with eight as she was the second straight Penn State player to lead the conference in that category after Allison Scola did so in 2006....Had two game-winning goals in Big Ten play, which tied for the conference lead for Big Ten games only....Also tied for seventh in the Big Ten in goals and was tied for fourth in shots and was seventh in shots per game....Also made one defensive save on the year, which ranked tied for fourth in the Big Ten....Ended her career perfect on penalty strokes (7-for-7)....Played in every game and has started every game in each of the last two years....Recorded her first career multiple-goal game vs. Temple (9-12)....Played every minute of every game in all but two contests this year....One of two Penn State seniors named to play in the NFHCA Senior All-Star game on Saturday, November 17 but did not play due to Penn State advancing to the national championship game...Scored a goal in three out of four games from 9-26 to 10-7 and scored a goal in five of the last eight games of the year....An Academic All-Big Ten selection for the second straight year.

Game-by-Game: Scored the first Penn State goal of the year, which was the eventual game-winner at Old Dominion (8-25)....Recorded a career high 11 shots vs. James Madison (9-7)....Had her first career multi-goal game vs. Temple, scoring both of Penn State's goals on just three shots in a 2-0 win (9-12)....Scored the game-winning goal against Lock Haven (9-26) to complete the comeback from a two-goal deficit....Got the game-winners in back-to-back games vs. Syracuse (10-3) and at Indiana (10-7)....Scored the second PSU goal of the game in the win at Bucknell (10-23)....Netted the lone goal of the game to help Penn State top Ohio State (10-26)....Converted on a penalty stroke, the first Penn State stroke of the year, in the Big Ten Tournament win over Ohio  State (11-1)....Scored the game-winning goal vs. Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11-10)....Netted the game-winning goal vs. Wake Forest (11-16) in the national semifinal.

2006: Named second team NFHCA All-Mideast Region....Finished third on the team in points (22), tied for the team lead in assists (8) and tied for third in goals (7)....As Penn State primary shooter on penalty corners, led the team in shots (69) and shots on goal (38)....Tied for ninth in the Big Ten in assists and was ninth in conference in assists per game (0.38)....Surpassed her previous career high for points in a season after just the seventh game of the year....Set a career high for goals and assists after not having a single assist entering the season....Played in and started 21 out of 22 games....Missed the game vs. Syracuse (9-27) with an injury....Recorded goals in back-to-back games once and had assists in five straight games at one point during the year....Recorded at least one point in eight straight games from September 2 through September 29, not including the game she missed....Remains perfect in her career on penalty strokes after converting 3-for-3 on the year....Named Academic All-Big Ten.

Game-by-Game: Assisted on Britney Long's goal vs. Ohio (8-28)....Scored the game-tying goal in the win over Northeastern (9-2)....Scored the lone goal of the game in the 1-0 win over #9 UConn (9-3)....Was named the Big Ten co-Offensive Player of the Week on 9-5 for her performances vs. Northeastern and UConn and was also named to the weekly honor roll for that week on on Natalie Blasco's game-winning goal vs. Princeton (9-6), the first of the five straight games in which she recorded an assist....Helped out on Carey Maser's only goal of the year, the game-winner vs. Lafayette (9-15)....Assisted on Shaun Banta's first goal of her natural hat trick vs. West Chester (9-17)....Assisted on Banta's second goal in the win over Penn (9-20)....Recorded two assists in the win over Michigan State (9-23), assisting on the first and last Penn State goals of the game by Banta and Blasco....Netted her third goal of the year by converting on a penalty stroke in the win over Michigan (9-29), the only penalty stroke of the year for Penn State....Scored the game-tying goal in Penn State's upset win over North Carolina (10-13)....Recorded points in all three of Penn State's games at the BIg Ten Tournament....Scored a goal vs. Northwestern (11-3), assisted on Shaun Banta's game-tying goal with under two minutes to play vs. Michigan State (11-4), and converted a penalty stroke for a goal against Iowa (11-5)....Also had a defensive save vs. Northwestern (11-3)....Converted her third penalty stroke of the year for Penn State's first goal of the game vs. North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament (11-11)....Recorded a team-high two shots vs. Maryland in the NCAA second round (11-12).

2005: Penn State's penalty stroke specialist, Weisen went a perfect 3-for-3 on strokes on the year....Saw action in 15 games....Started at Michigan (10-2)....Nailed stroke at William & Mary after scoreless double overtime (8-28)....Tallied one goal at Northwestern (9-24)....Made a penalty stroke at Iowa (10-8)....Came off the bench injured and converted penalty stroke vs. Ohio State to seal the win (10-22).

2004: Appeared in all 20 games, starting 17 of them....Made first career start in the Lions' 2-0 win vs. James Madison (9-10)....Started the last 16 games of the year....Recorded first goal as a Nittany Lion against Northwestern (10-22)....Scored a goal vs. Bucknell (10-26).

High School
Scored 94 career goals and 60 assists while lettering all four years in high school....Was a four-time Tri Valley League All Star and four-time first team all-state selection....Earned regional All-America honors....Was two-time NFHCA All-American in 2002 and 2003....Played on the U-16 national team in 2000 and 2001....Competed on the Under-19 National Team in 2004 and was a Kelly Cup Keystone State Games winner....Played in Junior Olympics from 2000-02....Four-time Daily Item All-Star....Two-time Daily Item Player of the Year....Two-time Harrisburg Patriot Big 11 Team....Also was a four year varsity starter in softball.

A kinesiology major with the teacher prep option....The daughter of Keith and Gloria Weisen....Has one sister, Amber (23)....Full name is Mallory Megan Weisen....Born on April 28, 1986.

Char Morett on Mallory Weisen
"Mallory brings a wealth of experience into her senior season. Mallory has excellent game sense and a keen vision of the field. Her creative passing skills help us to move the ball in all directions to develop an attack. She is our primary corner shooter who not only can score the goal but also recognize a pass to set up and assist. We're looking for Mallory to have a presence on the field in both the attacking and defensive ends of the field."


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