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#22 Katie Leech
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'4"
Year: Senior
City/State: Westminster, Md.
High School: Winters Mill H.S.
Major: Criminal Justice

Leech's Honor Roll
• 2014 Second Team All-CAA
• 2014 Preseason All-CAA
• 2013 Preseason All-CAA Honorable Mention

2014 Season: Started all 19 game at midfielder ... second team All-CAA selection ... set the school record for career games played (76) with her appearance against Stony Brook in the NCAA Tournament ... led the team with 50 d

2013 Season: Started all 19 games on defense ... Tigers’ leader on draw controls ... finished the year with a team-high 42 draw controls ... had 10 draw controls in the win over Old Dominion, one shy of the single-game program record ... recorded her only point of the season with an assist against the Lady Monarchs ... had 28 ground balls on the season including a career-high four in two games ... one of five Tigers to record at least 10 caused turnovers and finished the year with 13.

2012 Season: Appeared in all 20 games ... started the year at midfield but moved to defense following the Syracuse game and started the final 14 contests on defense ... recorded her first career “hat trick” in the season opener against Oregon ... added an assist in that game for a career-high four points ... had a goal and an assist in the win over UMBC ... scored a goal while adding two ground balls, two draw controls and three caused turnovers in the victory over George Mason ... finished second on the team with 17 caused turnovers ... contributed 19 ground balls and 19 draw controls.

2011 Season: Appeared in all 18 games as a freshman ... scored five goals with an assist ... registered a goal with an assist against George Washington ... also scored goals against Syracuse, Drexel and Hofstra ... attempted nine shots ... had season-high two caused turnovers against Maryland with two ground balls ... also had two ground balls against Hofstra.

At Winters Mill H.S.: Four-year starter for Falcons’ lacrosse team ... helped Winters Mill win back-to-back regional championships ... led Falcons to state championship as a senior by scoring 81 goals with 24 assists ... named All-America as a senior ... led Falcons to state title victory over Loch Raven as a senior by scoring six goals ... scored team-high 57 goals as a sophomore while leading Winters Mill to Maryland state title ... set school record by scoring seven goals in a game ... named as one of the “Top 25 Rising Juniors” by Inside Lacrosse ... named second team All-Metro honors by The Baltimore Sun as a sophomore ... four-time All-Carroll County and All-Conference selection ... also played four years for Falcons’ varsity soccer team who served as team captain as a senior ... led Falcons to regional and county titles ... played one year of varsity basketball ... honor roll student.

Personal: Aspires to work for Homeland Security or the police ... lists her parents as the people she admires the most ... enjoys sports and surfing ... favorite professional athlete is retired NFL player Ray Lewis ... enjoys watching TV shows “CSI” and “Law and Order” ... favorite actress is Jennifer Aniston ... enjoys listening to music by Bob Marley ... lists winning the state championship as a senior as her most memorable experience ... uncle, Kurt Siehert, played baseball for Chicago Cubs ... cousin, Pat Devlin, was starting quarterback for University of Delaware football team ... has one older brother ... father runs “Eight O’Clock Coffee Company” ... mother attended Maryland and works for the federal government ... daughter of Greg and Tori Leech ... born on April 1, 1992 in Columbia, Md. ... major is criminal justice.

Season GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot % SOG SOG % GB DC TO CT
2011 18-0 5 1 6 9 .556 7 .778 8 8 13 8
2012 20-14 5 2 7 9 .556 9 1.000 19 19 9 17
2013 19-19 0 1 1 2 .000 1 .500 28 42 9 13
2014 19-19 1 3 4 3 .333 3 1.000 35 50 17 16
Career 76-52 11 7 18 23 .478 20 .870 90 119 48 54

Single Game Highs:
Points: 4, vs. Oregon, 2/21/12

Goals: 3, vs. Oregon, 2/21/12
Assists: 1, seven times (most recent vs. James Madison, 4/13/14)
Shots: 3, vs. Oregon, 2/21/12
Free position goals: 1, three times (most recent vs. Oregon, 2/21/12)
Ground Balls: 4, twice (most recent at Hofstra, 4/19/13)
Draw Controls: 10, vs. Old Dominion, 4/14/13
Caused Turnovers: 3, twice (most recent at Hofstra, 4/4/14)

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