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Coffey, Lazo and Loizeaux earn IWLCA academic honors
Eight post perfect 4.0 GPAs during 2014-15 academic year
Penn State's Missy Doherty tabbed ECAC Division I Coach of the Year; Tatum Coffey, Maggie McCormick earn ECAC All-Star nods
Senior midfielder Tatum Coffey set to represent the North Team on June 6
Penn State earns highest overall ranking since 2005 following NCAA Quarterfinal appearance, Big Ten Tournament title
The No. 7 Penn State women's lacrosse team fell, 11-8, in the NCAA Quarterfinals at No. 2 UNC. Photos by Spencer Herlong.
Penn State Wins the Big Ten Tournament over Ohio State -- Photos by Ben Solomon
No. 7 Nittany Lions Knock Off Northwestern, 13-10, in Big Ten Semifinals Photo by Ben Solomon
Named IWLCA All-Region First Team, IWLCA All-American Third Team, All-Big Ten Team, Big Ten All-Tournament Team, Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Mar. 30), and Big Ten Watch list ... Started in all 21 games ... Scored 43 goals, had 11 assists ... Collected 26 ground balls and caused 25 turnovers ... Had an average of 4.14 goals per game ... Led the team in goals (43), shots taken (87), free-position goals (10), and caused turnovers (25) ... Had the second-highest amount of points on the team (54) ... Had three consecutive hat tricks beginning with Stanford (March 24), Rutgers (March 28), and ending with Ohio State (April 4) ... Scored four goals against both Johns Hopkins (May 8) and Virginia (May 10).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2014
Started in all 18 games ... Scored 25 goals ... Recorded a goal in 13 of 18 games ... Tied for second on the team in free-position goals (4) and third on the team in assists (14) ... Collected 18 ground balls, 16 draw controls and 8 caused turnovers ... Tallied a season-high five goals in the season-opening win vs. Bucknell (Feb. 19) ... Recorded a hat trick with three assists vs. Michigan (March 23) ... Produced a five-point afternoon in a 13-8 win over Cornell (April 8), scoring twice with three assists ... Notched a hat trick vs. Johns Hopkins (May 1) ... Tallied two goals in the NCAA First Round vs. Princeton (May 9) ... Earned Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and a spot on the Academic All-Big Ten team.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013
Named a CoSIDA Academic All-American ... Named an Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American and to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... Earned WomensLax.com Player of the Week honors April 1 ... Appeared in all 21 games ... Recorded a point in every game ... Scored a goal in 20 of 21 games ... Second on the team in shots (80) and third on the team in assists (11) ... Recorded 33 draw controls, 26 ground balls and 17 caused turnovers ... ALC Academic Honor Roll.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012
Was the only freshman in the nation named to an IWLCA All-America team (third team) ... Earned IWLCA All-West/Midwest First Team and All-ALC Second Team honors ... Named WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week and ALC Offensive Player of the Week March 20...Tabbed ALC Rookie of the Week Feb. 27 ... ALC Academic Honor Roll ... Started all 19 games ... Tallied at least one point in the first 18 games of the season ... Finished tied for second on the team with 34 goals and ranked third in points (40) ... One of three Nittany Lions with double-digit ground ball (25), draw control (53) and caused turnover (18) totals ... Collected season-high six goals against Vanderbilt March 18 ... Notched first two-assist game against Johns Hopkins April 21 ... Was the youngest member named to the 2012-14 U.S. Women's National Senior Team.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Four year-starter at Toms River North (N.J.) High School ... Contributed to 65 wins in career, helping the Mariners to first place in the New Jersey Shore Conference A South during her final three seasons, including an undefeated 16-0 division record in 2010 ... Totaled 326 goals and 191 total assists for 517 career points ... Scored a career-high 123 goals and tallied 65 assists as a senior ... Voted by fans as Lacrosse Magazine's Top Performance of 2011 ... 2010 and 2011 U.S. Lacrosse First Team All-American and Academic All-American ... Earned New Jersey First Team All-State honors in 2010 and 2011 ... Honored as Shore Conference Player of the Year by the Asbury Park Press after junior and senior seasons ... Three-time First Team Coaches All-Division honoree ... As a junior, notched 115 goals, tied for most in the state, and recorded 84 assists, good for a career-best 199 total points ... Broke the Shore Conference record and finished second in the state for points in a season (199) ... Led the team in goals and points as a sophomore with 76 goals and 102 total points, earning her the highest ranking sophomore for points in New Jersey for the 2009 season ... Named team "Most Valuable Offensive Player" ... Became the first freshman to play varsity lacrosse at TRNHS in 2008 ... Posted 12 goals and 16 assists, helping the Mariners to the state quarterfinals ... Earned team "Most Improved Player" honors ... Played four years of varsity soccer, helping the team to New Jersey Shore Conference A South championships in 2008 and 2009 ... Played on the boys' varsity ice hockey team as a forward for three years as well as basketball as a junior ... Finished career with 12 varsity letters ... Played club lacrosse with T3 Shore Lacrosse under head coach Chris Raichle ... Starting midfielder on U.S. Lacrosse U-19 team that posted an 8-0 record at the 2011 FIL World Cup in Hannover, Germany ... Named MVP of championship game, a 14-11 come-from-behind win ... Earned MVP honors at 2011 Under Armour Girls Lacrosse All-American game, scoring five goals.
Daughter of Dennis and Dale Coffey ... Has a brother, Liam, who played club hockey at The College of New Jersey ... Majoring in communications ... Born Aug. 12, 1993.