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Shane Koppens
Shane  Koppens


Clifton Park, N.Y.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 174


2008: Played in all 14 games at attack, starting 13...named USILA honorable mention All-American at attack...number eight on Loyola's career assist list with 61... named ECAC Offensive Player of the Year...garnered first team All-ECAC honors after finishing the regular season as the league's top scorer...finished the year with a team-high 44 points... second on the team with 19 goals while leading the Greyhounds with 25 assists...named ECAC offensive player of the week after scoring five goals and two assists in win over Georgetown... named to the ECAC honor roll on five occasions...had five points in wins over Towson, UMass and Rutgers...recorded four points vs. Notre Dame and St. John' outstanding feeder, he finished the season with eight multi-assist games for the Greyhounds...picked up 19 groundballs and recorded three caused turnovers

2007: Started all 13 games at attack ... was team's leading scorer with 20 goals and 26 assists for 46 total points ... two of those goals were game-winners ... his 26 assists were 10th-most in one season in Loyola history ... named second-team All-ECAC ... scored three goals in wins against Syracuse, Hobart and St. John's ... posted season-high six points and five assists in win over Fairfield ... also had five-point games against Penn State, St. John's and Hobart ... picked up 32 groundballs and caused three turnovers on the season ... also finished season with .737 shot-on-goal percentage

2005: Played in 12 games, starting 10 at attack ... was team's second leading scorer with 20 points ... led team with 10 assists ... registered a season-high three assists at Rutgers ... scored a season-high three goals against UMass ... scored game-winning goal in 6-5 win over UMass ... picked up 28 groundballs ... finished season with .643 shot-on-goal percentage ... ended the season with 10 total goals

Before Loyola: Earned four letters in lacrosse and two in football at Shenendehowa High School ... led team to three sectional championships, three regional championships and the state semifinals in 2002, 2003 and 2004 ... was an All-America selection his senior year ... was also Albany's (Section II) Player of the Year ... named First-Team All-Section four times ... finished varsity lacrosse career with a combined 350 points ... also played in Empire State Games in 2001, 2002 and 2003 ... football team won two sectional championships and a regional title in 2003

Personal: Majoring in sociology at Loyola...the son of Debroah Zennaitor Koppens...has two siblings, Taylor (21) and Calli (20).




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