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Honored for earning 3.7 GPA or higher during 2012-13 academic year
McCormick registers team-high three points; Cyr, Mosketti net two goals each
Lechner (3g), McCormick (1g, 2a) lead Penn State with three points each
Penn State completes first undefeated regular-season home campaign in 22 seasons
Lions return hom to face Lafayette on Wednesday
PENN STATE CAREER
2012 (Redshirt Junior): Made first career appearance in Penn State's season-opening game against Bucknell Feb. 15.
Played at Hershey High School...As a junior, was named the Most Valuable Goalkeeper and a First-Team All-Star in the Mid-Penn Conference...Allowed less than five goals per game...Distinguished as an Honorable Mention U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American...Also played field hockey and basketball...In field hockey, collected an overall record of 68-20-9 in net...Shut out opponents more than 50 times during her high school career...Had a goals-against average of 0.65 and saved 84 percent of shots faced...Awarded First-Team All-State in 2007...Led squad to two Mid-Penn Keystone Division championships (2004, 2005)...Named Second Team Big 11 by the Harrisburg Patriot-News...Earned First-Team Mid-Penn Conference All-Star honors in 2007...Was the winner of the Academic Speech Award, Academic Achievement Choir Award, Choral Conductors Award and Hershey's Female Athlete of the Year.
Four-year letter-winner for Penn State's field hockey team...Ayla Rose Haus was norn on October 18, 1989 in Reading, Pa...Mother is Joanne Halus...Has two older brothers, Joseph (31) and Andrew (27), and two older sisters, Brita (34) and Domenica (32).
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