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Liz Scott
Liz  Scott

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Berwyn, Pa.

High School:
Conestoga

Height:
5-10

Position:
Midfield

2018 (Freshman)
• Played in 14 games
• Made collegiate debut at No. 3 Florida and scored first career goal vs. the Gators
• Also added goals at Lehigh, vs. American and vs. Holy Cross
• Contributed a personal-best four points vs. American, scoring once and assisting three others
• Also had an assist on transition at No. 13 Penn State
• Finished the year with four goals and four assists

Before Loyola
• Was an eight-time letterwinner, earing four each in basketball and lacrosse, at Conestoga High School
 Scored 200 goals and had 103 assists during her lacrosse career
 Also finished her time on the Conestoga lacrosse team with 423 draw controls and 144 ground balls
 Earned All-America First Team, All-Main Line, All-Central League and All-Chester County honors in 2017, 2016 and 2015
 Also was the Daily Local News Player of the Year
 Named to the Under Armour All-America team
 Was the Central League Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior
 Named to the 2014 Under Armour Underclass All-America Team
 Scored 66 goals and had 49 assists with 122 draw controls and 50 ground balls as a senior in 2017
 Tallied 53 goals and 14 assists with 108 draws and 52 ground balls in 2016
 Finished 2015 with 48 goals, 23 assists, 107 draw controls and 23 ground balls
 Tallied 33 goals, 17 assists, 16 ground balls and 86 draw controls as a freshman in 2014
 Helped Conestoga win the 2016 State Championship and the 2015-2017 Central League Titles
 Was an All-Central League and All-Main Line Second Team honoree as a basketball senior in 2016-2017
 Played club lacrosse for Phantastix Lacrosse Club
 Daughter of Luanne and Matthew Scott
 Has three older brothers, Ben, Tanner and Carson
 Father played football and lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall College, and her mother was a tennis player at Stetson University
 Her brother, Ben, played baseball at Elon University
 Tanner was a member of two NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship Teams at Duke University, and Carson played lacrosse at the University of Delaware

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