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Heather Lau
Heather Lau

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hawthorn Woods, Ill.

High School:
Lake Zurich

Height:
5-9

Position:
D/MF


+ All-Horizon League First Team, 2006
+ Horizon League All-Tournament Team, 2006
+ Horizon League All-Tournament Team, 2004

2006: Played in, and started, all 24 matches in the midfield ... One of the key members of both Loyola's offense and defense, often serving as the link between the two ... First Team All-Horizon League selection ... Named to the Third Team Scholar All-Central Region team for her performance in the classroom ... Finished with two goals, four assists and eight points ... Scored at Nebraska and provided the game-winning strike in a 3-1 win at Cleveland State ... Recorded assists against Wright State, Youngstown State and IUPUI and another in the Horizon League semifinal win over Butler ... Named to the Horizon League All-Tournament Team ... Posted 56 shots on the season, 23 on goal.

2005: Started all 19 matches in the LU defense and midfield ... Posted a goal and four assists for six points on the season ... Her four assists ranked second on the team and seventh in the Horizon League ... Produced the match-winning goal against Youngstown State ... Doled out assists against UW-Green Bay, Valparaiso, Wright State and Cleveland State.

2004: Selected to the Horizon League All-Tournament Team ... Recorded the game-winning goal against Wright State, the first time in six contests in the Horizon League Tournament that Loyola defeated the Raiders ... Saw action in 19 matches, starting 13 contests ... Recorded a goal in the shutout against Youngstown State.

High School: Tallied 13 goals and 11 assists in her senior season, helping Lake Zurich to a third-place finish at the state tournament ... All-conference and all-area selection ... Lake Zurich also finished third in the state in 2002 and second in 2003 ... Tallied 26 goals and 28 assists in her high school career ... Also played basketball and volleyball ... Part of the 2002 Lake Zurich basketball team that placed fourth at the state tournament ... Two-time team captain in basketball ... Member of the National Honor Society.