Junior tallied four points in pair of wins this past week
Leopards secure 2-1 victory in final non-conference game of the season
Freshman finishes a misplay from the opposing goalie to secure the Leopards' win
Leopards suffer first loss of the season on Sunday afternoon
Heitz grabs honorable mention for defensive work
2015: Played in 12 games on the season, starting 10 of them…scored five goals on 29 shots…recorded a hat trick against Saint Peter’s on Aug. 30…named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on Aug. 31…registered 10 points on the year…scored the lone goal in a 1-0 victory against Delaware State on Aug. 21…second on the team in shots per game (2.42), goals per game (.42) and points per game (.83).
2014: Played in 12 games, starting in one for the Leopards...Recorded a goal against Binghampton on 9/7...scored two points on the season
2013: Played in eight games, making one start on defense...had three shots including one shot on goal in her lone start of the year at Columbia (10/15).
At Seneca Valley: Four-year starter and senior captain...three-time all-county selection and WPIAL AAA All-Section Selection in 2012...led Seneca Valley to three section championships, a WPIAL Conference Championship and two PIAA State Quarterfinals...captain for the North United Club team who were two-time Pennsylvania West State champions and Region I Semi-Finalists...five-year starter for PA West ODP team which reached the 2011 Region I ODP Final...four-year letter winner in Track and Field and was both a WPIAL Conference Finalist and State Indoor Track and Field qualifier...National Honor Society Vice President, a student council class representative, and a member of the Science Honors Society...recipient of the President's Award for Educational Excellence.
Personal: Daughter of James and Kelly Lynskey...has a sister, Jenny...born on Dec. 16, 1994.
I was drawn to Lafayette because of the prestigious academics, beautiful campus, friendly students and faculty that continued to impress me with each visit. Lafayette presents a magnitude of opportunities to its students-not only with its liberal arts core combined with an intensive math and science curriculum in the Engineering degrees, but also with its Division I athletics. I am looking forward to spending the next four years at Lafayette to grow as both a scholar and a person.