All-Horizon League First Team ... appeared in 17 games, starting 16 ... led the league with six assists and was second on the team with 12 points ... missed one game and another start with an injury suffered at #13 Marquette ... tallied a pair of assists v. St. Bonaventure, including on the game-winner ... scored goals at Illinois and Iowa State ... scored the game-winner and assisted on another score at Detroit ... finished that game with a season-high five shots ... had assists in three-straight games--at Valparaiso, at home v. Loyola and at Green Bay ... Valpo and GB helpers were on game-winners ... took five shots v. Wright State in league title game.
Appeared in 19 games, starting 10 ... finished tied for fourth on the team with four goals and was tied for sixth with nine points ... was second on the team with three game-winning goals ... first collegiate goal was the game-winner vs. DePaul, just 40 seconds into the match--the second-fastest goal to start a game in school history ... second goal was also a game-winner, two games later vs. Saint Louis ... scored another goal in the team's next game vs. Iowa State ... assisted on the game-winner against Detroit ... scored the game-winner in the Horizon League Championship vs. Wright State ... took a season-high five shots in the Iowa State game ... had four shots three other times.
Homewood-Flossmoor/Windy City Pride
Two-time Northwest Indiana Times Player of the Year at Homewood-Flossmoor ... earned the honor as a sophomore and again as a senior ... tallied 47 goals and 24 assists as a senior to finish as her school's all-time leading scorer with 130 goals and 65 assist ... earned all-state honors three times ... was also a four-time all-conference selection ... named an all-midwest player as a senior ... played for Windy City Pride team with fellow newcomers Emily Scott and Kelsey Holbert ... team won the U17 US Club National Championship in 2010.
Born July 30, 1993 ... daughter of Christopher and Therese Schafer Lewers.