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Penn State returns 73 percent of its goal scoring from a team which set the all-time single-season program record for goals scored with 303 last season
Penn State looks to start the season 5-0 for the first time since 1993 on Saturday against the Big Red
The Penn State Women's Lacrosse Team Returns 8-of-12 starters from last season's Final Four squad
Head Coach Missy Doherty Announced the Addition of 10 Freshman to the Class of 2020
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2017
Made five appearances off the bench securing one assist with a pair of ground balls and three caused turnovers … collected her first career point on an assist during a 19-9 victory at Duquesne (Feb. 22).
BEFORE PENN STATE
2016 graduate of Hinsdale Central … four-year member of the women’s lacrosse team … served as team captain as a senior … three-time US Lacrosse High School All-American … three-time All-State selection … US Lacrosse Academic All-American … two-time US Lacrosse National Tournament Team Selection (Midwest Region) … two-time All-Conference member … USA Today, All_USA Girls Illinois Lacrosse team … 2016 Under Armour All-American underclass team … named Inside Lacrosse Magazine Players to Watch for the class of 2016 … also played four years of club for the Lakeshore Lacrosse and one year for Maryland United.
Yasmain Emily Hamood was born January 28, 1998 to Melissa and Al Hamood in Pasadena, Calif. … has an older brother Alec and a younger sister Alaina … intends on majoring in Marketing.
HAMOOD ON PENN STATE
“I wanted a school with the best in class academics, athletics and lacrosse program, with a big school feel and environment; Penn State and Happy Valley fit the bill perfectly!”
DOHERTY ON HAMOOD
“Yas is an extremely versatile midfielder who just keeps getting better and better. We are looking forward to seeing her in the mix with our returning players.”