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PENN STATE CAREER
2009 (Senior): Started all 17 games...Led Penn State in assists (24) and points (44)...Her 24 assists were the most by a Nittany Lion since 2000 and were tied for ninth most in program history for a single season...Ranked fifth in the ALC and 44th nationally in assists per game (1.44)...Added 20 goals, ranking fourth on the team...Finished second on the team with 53 shots...Notched a season team-high seven points (3 goals, 4 assists) in first round ALC Championship victory over Ohio State en route to earning all-tournament team recognition...Also had hat tricks against Bucknell (2/25), Princeton (3/14), and William & Mary (3/28)...Topped the team with seven multiple-assist games...Tallied 13 ground balls, five draw controls, and four caused turnovers.
2008 (Junior): Played in 13 games with nine starts...Finished tied for fourth on the team in goals with 17...Scored a career high five goals against Ohio State (4/20)...Key player in 10-7 win against Loyola (3/30) with three goals...Netted two goals against Maryland (4/4), North Carolina (4/6) and Cincinnati (4/18)...Collected six ground balls, two caused turnovers, and two draw controls.
2007 (Sophomore): Drew 14 starts while playing in all 17 games...Finished tied for fifth on the team in goals with 11 and fourth in assists with eight...Started the season out strong, scoring two goals and notching two assists in 15-10 season-opening win over Delaware (2/24)...Also netted two goals in victory over Colgate (3/4) and recorded two assists in win against Temple (3/20)...Totaled five ground balls, four draw controls, and three caused turnovers.
2006 (Freshman): Did not see game action due to injury.
As a freshman at Sewickley Academy (Sewickley, Pa.), helped her team to a 23-2 record...As a sophomore, earned All-America honorable mention accolades as the Panthers finished undefeated at 22-0...Gained All-America status and was named team MVP her junior and senior years as the Panthers went 13-7-1 and 16-4-1, respectively...Part of a Sewickley team that was WPSLA runner-up and MSLA Champions in 2002...Received the Female Athlete of the Year award her senior year...Earned eight varsity letters (four in soccer and four in lacrosse)...Served as team captain of the soccer and lacrosse teams as a senior...Led the Panther soccer team to WPIAL Championships from 2001-04 and a state championship in 2003.
Born Marisa Mae Lozano on October 5, 1986...Parents are Lisa Jepson-Lozano and Miguel Lozano...Has one sister, Gloria, who played lacrosse at Georgetown (2000-04), visiting the Final Four three times...Father, Miguel, played semi-professional soccer in Spain.
QUOTING COACH ISIDOR
"Even after suffering a career ending injury this fall, Reese's impact on the 2010 team will be enormous. She is an amazing teammate, captain and coach. She has the respect and trust of both her teammates and coaches. Her playing experience and game sense on attack has allowed her to help guide the attack unit."