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Penn State faces host and second-seeded North Carolina in its NCAA Quarterfinal game on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Penn State faces host and seventh-seeded Virginia in its NCAA Second Round game on Sunday at 4 p.m.
Total of 101 Second-Highest; Student-athletes from 26 sports scheduled to receive diplomas
Penn State faces Johns Hopkins in its NCAA Tournament opener at Virginia; Game will stream on VirginiaSports.com at 4 p.m.
Penn State faces Ohio State in Big Ten Tournament Final Sunday at Rutgers; Game will air live on ESPN3 and WatchESPN at Noon
Appeared in 15 games, starting in all 15 appearances ... Scored 23 goals, had three assists ... Registered 11 ground balls, 33 draw controls, and eight caused turnovers ... Third on team in draw controls (33) ... Fourth on team in free-position goals (five) ... Had a seven-game scoring steak beginning against Lehigh (Feb. 14), ending against Vanderbilt (March. 15), resulting in 13 goals and three assists.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2014
Started in all 18 games ... Scored a goal in 15 of 18 games ... Led the team in game-winning goals (4) ... Second on the team in draw controls (36), shots (67) and shots on goal (53) ... Third on the team in goals (29) ... Collected 36 draw controls, 17 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers ... Tallied four goals against Loyola (March 8) followed by a five-goal game vs. Rutgers (March 12) ... Notched nine multi-goal games and 12 multi-point games ... Earned a season-high five draw controls on two occasions vs. Loyola (March 8) and Johns Hopkins (May 1) ... Caused three turnovers in two games vs. Bucknell (Feb. 19) and Drexel (March 26) ... Named to the Academic All-Big Ten team.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013
ALC Academic Honor Roll ... Named to the IWLCA All-America Second Team, All-West/Midwest First Team, All-ALC First Team and ALC All-Tournament Team ... Named WomensLax.com Player of the Week (March 4) ... Named ALC Offensive Player of the Week (March 5) ... Appeared in all 21 games ... Scored a goal in 19 of 21 games ... Scored five goals twice in a three-game stretch (April 21, May 2) ... Led the team in draw controls (49) and shots (97) ... Second on the team in goals (47) and third on the team in points (55) ... Recorded 24 ground balls and 17 caused turnovers.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012
ALC Academic Honor Roll ... Appeared in 18 games ... Ranked sixth on the team in points (25) and goals (20) ... Twice recorded a season-high three goals ... Collected a season-best four points (2g, 2a) against Duquesne Feb. 22 ... Recorded a seven-game point-scoring streak (12g, 2a) from Feb. 22-March 18 ... Accumulated season-best five ground balls against Hofstra March 14 ... Notched six points (4g, 2a) in four games from April 15-May 3.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Four-year starter won four straight WCAC lacrosse championships at Our Lady of Good Counsel H.S. in Olney, Md ... Became Good Counsel's all-time leading scorer with 342 career goals ... Also holds school record for most goals in a season (88), most goals in a game (10) and most goals by a freshman ... Team captain totaled 88 goals, 39 assists and 35 ground balls in senior season, earning Washington Post First Team All-Met and All-County Player of the Year honors ... Named First Team All-WCAC all four years and first team all-county sophomore through senior seasons ... Earned All-American honors in 2010 and was recognized as a Top 20 senior midfielder by ESPN Rise and a Top 20 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse ... Named a top 15 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse in 2009 ... Selected All-Met Honorable Mention as a junior, All-Met Second Team as a sophomore and second team all-county as a freshman ... Also a four-year letterwinner in field hockey, receiving team MVP honors in 2011 ... Played club lacrosse with Maryland & D.C. Black Team under head coach Arvak Marshall, contributing to seven championships or runner-up finishes ... Selected First Team All-Galaxy in 2010.
Daughter of Peter and Colleen Lechner ... Has a sister, Shannon, who plays on the Penn State lacrosse team ... Born Aug. 25, 1993 in Silver Spring, Md.