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Three Nittany Lions post 4.0 GPA; 285 Honorees in 2013-14 Nittany Lions' Second-Highest
Penn State finishes second varsity season 4-29-3 as RIT sweeps series, 2-0
A graduate student, Reihl has played in 69 career games in the blue and white
Penn State looks to upset the ninth-ranked Colonials in the final series of the regular season
Five senior were honored after Penn State's final home game of the 2013-14 campaign
Penn State women's hockey celebrated Senior Day vs. No. 8 Mercyhurst on Feb. 16, 2014.
Penn State and Vermont skated to a 3-3 tie on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013.
Penn State women's hockey fell to Lindenwood, 3-1, on Friday, Feb. 8, 2013.
Penn State women's hockey fell to Princeton, 3-0, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Photos by Steve Hass.
Penn State women's hockey defeated Sacred Heart, 6-0, on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.
2013-14 ASSISTANT CAPTAIN
NITTANY LION CAREER
2013-14: Played in 35 of 36 games, blocking 55 shots (second best on the team) and dishing an assist...Tallied an assist and a plus-one rating in Penn State's 4-2 win at Vermont (10/5)...Blocked a season-high five shots in a 1-1 tie with Maine (11/30).
2012-13: Appeared in all 35 games as an assistant captain of the inaugural Penn State team...Tallied first point in a 6-1 victory over Sacred Heart (10/20) on an assist...Blocked 35 shots, fourth most on the team...Fired 12 shots.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Participated on the Penn State women's club team since 2009, earning team Defensive Player of the Year award as a freshman, sophomore and junior...Helped Penn State club hockey win the ECWHL regular season title in 2011-12...Played club hockey for the Connecticut Polar Bears from 2002-09.
Lindsay Brooke Reihl was born September 23, 1991 in New Haven, Conn. to Rob Reihl and Heather Musante...Has an older brother, Brent Reihl...Completed a bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in kinesiology...Enrolled in a Master's program with the intent to pursue a career in sports psychology.
QUOTING REIHL ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because of the excellent academic opportunities offered to me and the ability to continue playing hockey."