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PENN STATE CAREER
2010 (Junior): Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award Recipient...IWLCA Academic Honor Roll...ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten...Saw playing time in all 17 games, starting a career-high five...Ended the season with nine ground balls, five caused turnovers, and four draw controls.
2009 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient...Academic All-Big Ten...Played in a career-high 14 games...Finished ninth on the team with eight goals...Started the year off fast, notching her first career hat trick in win over Lafayette (2/18)...Had another multiple goal game against Mount St. Mary's (3/3), netting two...Also scored against Colgate (3/1), Virginia (3/8), and Vanderbilt (3/22)...Totaled three ground balls, one draw control, and two caused turnovers.
2008 (Freshman): Saw action in five games...Collected one ground ball and forced one turnover.
Starred at Winter Springs H.S. in Winter Springs, Fla., earning First Team All-Conference honors as a freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior...Selected as an All-American in 2006 and 2007...Named All-Central Florida in 2006...Finished her career with 119 goals and 26 assists...Earned a varsity letter in lacrosse all four years...Made the Principals Honor Roll (2004-07)...Earned Academic All-American recognition in 2006 and 2007...Played club lacrosse with Lady Possums, Team FLC.
Katy Marie Wick was born on November 11, 1988 in Orlando, Fla. to Ken and Karen Wick...Has three siblings, Kara, Kory, and Kenna...Uncle, Rocco English, played football at Penn State from 1972-76.
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