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Heather McClelland

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Springfield, Va.

High School:
Kimball Union

Position:
Attack

Heather McClelland

General: Named team captain in 2002

2001: Named Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team All-American by Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association ... Voted Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year ... led Patriot League and ranked third nationally in goals (68) and total points (80) ... 3.78 goals per game average and 4.4 points per game average were fifth and eighth in the nation, respectively ... third on team with 53 ground balls ... notched 22 draw controls and caused 23 turnovers ... named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week March 19 and April 16.

2000: Led Lafayette in points (67) with 49 goals and 18 assists while helping the team to the Patriot League title ... averaged 4.47 points per game, ranking her ninth in the nation ... ranked 13th nationally in goals per game with 3.27 ... named to the Second Team Regional All-American team .. named to the Patriot League First-Team ... finished second in the voting for Patriot League Player of the Year ... scored nine points in the first half against Bucknell (4/8), placing her in a tie for the 12th highest game output in the nation ... scored six goals vs. Fairfield (4/10) and Lehigh (4/18).

1999: Named the Patriot League Rookie of the Year ... All-Patriot League Second-Team selection, making her the only freshman on any all-league team ... led the Leopards in scoring with 55 points, including 27 goals and a league-leading 28 assists ... ranked 13th nationally in assists, averaging 1.75 per game ... led the Patriot League in league scoring with 22 points ... ranked fourth in the league for overall scoring ... Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (4/6) ... ECAC Rookie of the Week (4/12) ... scored four game-winning goals, including the clinching goal in 13-12 triumph over St. Joe's (3/17).

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