MU's first game of the season is Feb. 8 vs. John Hopkins in Houston
Second Team All-BIG EAST Team
Preseason All-BIG EAST Team
BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Feb. 14)
BIG EAST All-Academic
BIG EAST Midfielder of the Week (March 22, April 5)
BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (March 8, April 19)
All-BIG EAST Preseason First Team _________________________________________________________________________________
2018: Scored two goals, controlled eight draws, grabbed three ground balls and caused three turnovers in the opening game of the season against Johns Hopkins (2/9) ... Notched seven draw controls, two ground balls and a goal against Louisville (2/11) ... Added a pair of goals and assists in the win over Central Michigan, along with eight draw controls and four ground balls (2/16) ... Had two goals and assists to help beat Kennesaw St. (2/18) ... Recorded a hat trick, an assist, six ground balls and four draw controls over Stetson (2/25) ... Posted three goals against No. 19/18 Notre Dame, along with five draw controls and three ground balls (2/28) ... Recorded three points with two assists and a goal in the win over Niagara (3/3) ... Potted a pair of goals and collected three ground balls while playing No. 8/9 Northwestern (3/10) ... Tallied her third hat trick of the season off six shots on net, along with seven draw controls, six ground balls and four caused turn overs in route to victory against Cincinnati (3/18) ... Netted three goals and added an assist to her four draw controls and two ground balls against Villanova (3/24) ... Notched two goals on three shots, adding an assist, three ground balls and draw controls to knock of Temple (3/31) ... Tied for most goals for MU with a hattrick, adding an assist, a ground ball, five draw controls and one caused turnover in the win against Vanderbilt (4/7) ... Added a goal at No. 6 Florida (4/14) ... Tallied a pair of goals, an assist, five draw controls, a caused turnover and a ground ball against Denver (4/18).
2017: Appeared in 15 games, starting 14 for the Golden Eagles ... Totaled 28 points on 24 goals and four assists ... Named All-BIG EAST for the second-straight year, landing on the Second Team ... Notched a hat trick, grabbed five ground balls and caused four turnovers against No. 18 Louisville (Feb. 10) ... Scored a goal, secured a ground ball, caused a pair of turnover and added two draw controls against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (Feb. 18) ... Scored a goal, added an assist, scooped up three ground balls and three draw controls at Central Michigan (Feb. 23) ... Notched a hat trick, grabbed three ground balls, caused three turnovers and won three draw controls at Kennesaw State (Feb. 28) ... Scored a pair of goals and had five draw controls at No. 13 Colorado (March 5) ... Put up a hat trick, a ground ball, four draw controls and a caused turnover against Villanova (April 1) ... Registered multiple goals in each of the season's final three games, including a hat trick in the season finale and comeback road win over Vanderbilt (April 30).
2016: Started all 17 games in the 2016 campaign ... Scored her first goal of the season in a 14-6 loss to No. 15/16 Louisville (Feb 6) ... Netted a hattrick and controlled a draw at No. 17/17 Johns Hopkins (Feb 12) ... Scored a goal and added two ground balls and a caused turnover in a 11-8 loss to Michigan (Feb. 21) ... Sniped a pair of goals, secured four ground balls and controlled five draws in a win vs. California (Feb. 26) ... Grabbed three ground balls and added a goal in a loss vs. Colorado (Feb. 28) ... Netted a career-high four goals, caused a career-best four turnovers, controlled three draws and snatched three ground balls in a 14-5 win at Detroit (March 6) ... Scored a pair of goals in a losing effort against No. 11/13 Northwestern (March 8) ... Won six draw controls, caused three turnovers and added a goal and an assist in a 17-4 win vs. Central Michigan (March 19) ... Grabbed two ground balls, dished an assist and scored a goal in a losing effort at Denver (March 25) ... Potted a goal and controlled two draws vs. No. 5/6 Notre Dame (March 28) ... Tallied a career-high five points with a hat trick and two assists and dominated the draw with a career-high eight draw controls in a 15-6 win over Villanova (April 2) ... Scored a pair of goals, grabbed five ground balls, caused a turnover and corralled four draw controls vs. UConn (April 9) ... Notched a trio of goals and an assist in a 12-10 victory over Temple (April 16) ... Netted a hat trick and four draw controls vs. Vanderbilt (April 20) ... Scored twice in a 13-12 loss to Georgetown (April 23) ... Scored two goals, dished an assist, scooped four ground balls and caused four turnovers in a 8-7 win over Cincinnati (April 29).
2015: Scored her first career goal at Duquesne (Feb. 28) ... Scored two goals at USC (March 15) ... Grabbed three ground balls and forced a pair of caused turnovers vs. Michigan (March 20) ... Grabbed a season-high six draw controls vs. Detroit (March 22) ... Tallied three ground balls, two draw controls, and two caused turnovers vs. Temple (April 15) ... Potted two goals at Vanderbilt (April 15) ... Scored a goal and corralled five draw controls in a win at Cincinnati (April 15) ... Appeared in all 17 games ... Won a team-high 25 draw controls.
Prior to Marquette: Lane earned four letters in lacrosse at North Hunterdon High School ... Served as team captain as a senior ... Four-time all-area and three-time all-conference selection ... Team and county tournament MVP as a senior ... Named the Lehigh Valley Live/Express Times Female Athlete of the Year as a senior in 2014, as well as the North Hunterdon High School Outstanding Senior Female Athlete and the school's Wendy's High School Heisman winner ... Helped the Lions to county titles her final three seasons and a school record 19 wins as a senior ... Scored 193 goals and recorded 66 assists in high school career ... Goal total is the fourth-highest in school history ... Played for T3 Lacrosse Club ... Was a three-time all-conference performer while earning three letters in volleyball ... Also earned three letters in basketball as a first team all-conference performer ... MVP of volleyball, basketball and lacrosse teams as a senior.
Personal: Lane was born in Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania and is the middle of three children to Brian and Carol Lane ... Has an older sister, Shannon and a younger brother, Connor ... Mother played tennis at Wheeling Jesuit and father men's basketball at the University of Delaware ... Plans to major in business.
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