Game-by-Game: Assisted on Shaun Banta's goal, the second goal of the game, in a season-opening 3-1 win over Old Dominion (8-25) that gave Penn State its first win over ODU since 2003....Scored both the game-tying and game-winning goals to help rally the Nittany Lions from a 1-0 deficit in a 3-1 win at Virginia (8-26)....Assisted on another Banta goal in the win at Princeton (9-5)....Scored a goal in the win over West Chester (9-14)....Took a season-high seven shots and scored the third Penn State goal of the game in a 5-0 win over Northwestern (9-30)....Assisted on Britney Long's goal, which was the eventual difference in a 3-1 win over Syracuse (10-3)....Assisted on Mallory Weisen's game-winning goal on a penalty corner at Indiana (10-7)....Scored the lone goal of the game just before halftime in a 1-0 win at Lafayette (10-10)....Helped out on Allison Scola's goal vs. Michigan State (10-14)....Scored the game-tying goal off a penalty corner at Iowa (10-20).
2006: A first team All-Big Ten Selection for the second straight year....Also named All-Mideast Region first team by the NFHCA for the second straight year....Became Penn State's 78th overall and 47th first team NFHCA All-American....Also named a second team All-American by womensfieldhockey.com....Has played in all but one game in three years and has started every game that she has appeared in in her career, a total of 62 games....One of five players to start every game in 2006....Fourth on the team in points (20) and tied for third in goals (7)....Fifth on the team in shots (25)....Put 17 of her 25 shots on goal for a .680 percentage....Was named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team....Team went 9-1 in games that she recorded a point in.....Named Academic All-Big Ten for the second straight year.
Game-by-Game: Scored the second Penn State goal of the game in a 2-0 win at Lock Haven (8-31), just 1:15 after Britney Long's goal, the shortest time in-between two goals for Penn State this year....In the next game, scored a goal in a 5-1 win over Northeastern....Assisted on Shaun Banta's first goal in a win over Lafayette (9-15)....Recorded the final Penn State goal of the game in a 6-0 win at West Chester (9-17)....Assisted on Shaun Banta's eventual game-winning goal vs. Penn (9-20) that came on an untimed penalty corner at the end of the first half....Had a season-high three points off a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win at Syracuse (9-27). She scored the game-tying goal with Penn State down 2-1 and then assisted on Natalie Blasco's game-winning goal about seven minutes later....Scored her fifth goal of the year in the game at Ohio State (10-8) that gave the Nittany Lions a brief lead in that game....Assisted on Allison Scola's goal, the only goal of the game, in Penn State's 1-0 win over Iowa (10-27)....Scored the first goal of the game and what would eventually be the game-winner in the 2-0 win over Northwestern in the Big Ten quarterfinals and also assisted on the other goal of the game by Mallory Weisen....Scored the game-winning goal over eight minutes into the first overtime to lead Penn State to a 2-1 win over Michigan State in the Big Ten semifinals....Assisted on Shaun Banta's goal against North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament first round win (11-11).
2005: Started all 21 games....Converted stroke against William & Mary (8-28) after scoreless double overtime....Scored one goal and had one assist against Connecticut (9-4)....Recorded three assists in three-game stretch from Sept. 9 to Sept. 14....Led the Nittany Lions to a 6-0 victory over West Chester (9-18) with two goals and an assist....Scored one goal against Northwestern (9-24)....Had one assist at Michigan (10-2)...Tallied one assist vs. Bucknell (10-18)....Tallied an assist as well as the game-winner in overtime at Indiana (10-28)....Scored once at UNC (10-30) to push game to OT ....Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (10-31).
2004: Started all 19 games she played....Scored her first career goal on one shot vs. North Carolina (9-12)....Tallied one goal and one assist in the Lions' 4-0 win over Temple (9-15) for a season high three points....Recorded three shots vs. Lafayette (9-17)....Tallied one assist against Syracuse (9-22)....Registered three shots over two games vs. Princeton (9-28) and Indiana (10-2)....Notched an assist against West Chester (10-3)....Recorded her third goal and fourth assist of the season against Bucknell (10-26).
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