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Marlee Paton
Marlee  Paton

Seaholme, Australia

High School:
Newport Ladies Lacrosse Club



Worth Noting
• Two-time IWLCA All-American ('12, '13)
• Wooden Citizenship Cup Award semifinalist ('14)
• Two-time Tewaaraton Award Top-25 Nominee ('12, '13)
• Three-time All-Mid-Atlantic Region ('11, '12, '13)
• Three-time All-BIG EAST ('11, '12, '13)
• BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year ('12)
• Two-time BIG EAST All-Tournament Team ('11, '12, '13)
• Three-time BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week ('12, '13)
• Preseason Tewaaraton Award Nominee ('12, '13)
• Two-time Preseason All-American ('13, '14)
• Preseason Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year ('14)
• Three-time preseason all-conference (BIG EAST: '12, '13; Patriot League: '14)
• Two-time member of Australian National Team for FIL World Cup ('09, '13)
• Two-time team captain ('13, '14)

2013 International
• Was named to the Australian National Team for the 2013 World Cup in Oshawa, Canada
• One of 10 returning players from the Aussie team that won silver in Prague, Czech Republic at 2009 World Cup
• Earned Player of the Match honors after leading Australia to a 12-6 win over England in the bronze medal game
• Was also named the Player of the Match after leading the Aussies to an 11-4 win over Wales in their opening game of the tournament

2013 (Junior)
• Second-team IWLCA All-American
• Unanimous All-BIG EAST First Team
• All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team
• BIG EAST All-Tournament Team selection
• Tewaaraton Award Top-25 Nominee for the second-straight year
• One of six BIG EAST players included, but was the lone midfielder representing the league
• Voted Most Valuable Player by teammates
• ILWomen preseason first-team All-American
• Unanimous Preseason All-BIG EAST Team pick
• Dished out her 50th career assist vs. No. 17 Johns Hopkins (2/27) to become the 13th Greyhound to reach the milestone
• With another assist at No. 2 Florida (3/5), Paton was the 18th Loyola player with 150 points
• She was also the 22nd Greyhound to join the 100 goal club with two goals vs. the Gators
• Is the ninth Greyhound to record 100 goals and 50 assists in a career and just the second to reach the milestone in their junior season (Grace Gavin, 2010)
• Finished season tied for 10th all-time with 131 career goals, fifth with 71 assists and seventh with 202 points
• Also seventh on Loyola all-time list with 73 caused turnovers
• Her 36 caused turnovers this season tied her for seventh most in Loyola single season history
• The 36 CTs also led the BIG EAST and ranked tied for ninth nationally
• BIG EAST Player of the Week (4/8) after scoring career-high five goals at No. 6 Notre Dame
• Cracked into Loyola's top-10 career caused turnovers with a personal-best six vs. UConn
• Tallied six hat tricks, including a five goal game, which tied a career-high, at No. 6 Notre Dame
• Also notched hat tricks against Cincinnati, at Villanova, against No. 17 UConn, and at No. 3 North Carolina
• Recorded season-high three assists at High Point
• Tallied season-high seven points at No. 6 Notre Dame
• Set career-high with six groundballs against No. 17 Johns Hopkins
• Won a personal-best six draw controls at No. 6 Notre Dame
• Caused a new career-high six turnovers against No. 17 Connecticut

2012 (Sophomore)
• Second player in program history to earn BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year honors (Kate McHarg in 2006)
• Joined Kellye Gallagher as the program's first pair of first-team IWLCA All-Americans since Suzanne Eyler and Marianne Gioffre in 2003
• All-BIG EAST First Team
• All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team
• BIG EAST All-Tournament Team honoree
• Two-time BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (4/2, 4/23)
Baltimore Sun Player of the Week (4/5)
• Top-25 Tewaaraton Award Nominee
• Preseason All-BIG East
• Started all 20 games
• Had a point in every game, extending her streak to 26-straight games with a point
• Also scored in every game except the NCAA quarterfinal game at No. 3 Maryland
• Led Loyola with 10 hat tricks and 12 four-point plus games
• Finished the year ranked 10th in the NCAA in points (110), 15th in goals (54) and 19th in assists (36)
• Ranked second in the BIG EAST in goals and third in assists and points
• In conference only games, led the league in points (48) and was second in goals (28) and assists (20)
• Her 90 points ranked second to only Grace Gavin's single-season school record of 98 from 2011
• Assisted Cassandra Cursaro's game-winner in overtime at PSU
• Scored a career-high five goals vs. Delaware
• Fifth goal vs. Blue Hens was the 50th of her career
• Was named to BIG EAST Honor Roll after Delaware and JMU games
• Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week after Cincinnati and No. 6 Notre Dame games
• Was named to BIG EAST Honor Roll after recording a career-high nine points at Louisville
• Scored four goals and assisted five times, while also causing two turnovers vs. the Cardinals
• Tied a career-high nine points vs. Rutgers on five goals and four assist to notch her 100th career point
• Had four goals, two assists and two draw controls despite being face guarded against Villanova
• Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for play against Rutgers and Villanova
• Was face guarded at No. 2 Syracuse, but scored twice
• Named to BIG EAST All-Tournament Team after scoring three goals and adding one assist vs. Syracuse in title game
• Also had four goals and two assists vs. No. 6 Notre Dame to finish BIG EAST Tournament with seven goals, three assists and 10 points

2011 (Freshman)
• One of three freshmen named All-BIG EAST, earning second-team honors
• All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team
• Named to BIG EAST All-Tournament Team
• Her 38 goals were the most for a Loyola freshman since Grace Gavin in 2008
• She also led the BIG EAST with five game-winning goals
• Played in 19 games tallying 36 goals, 10 assists, 46 total points, 34 ground balls, 14 draw controls, and 17 caused turnovers.
• Opened collegiate career with four goals against then-No. 7 Virginia
• Matched career-high with four at UMBC and also had two assists
• Scored four again against both Louisville and at Villanova
• Scored two goals and assisted on two more against Connecticut
• Had two goals and an assist in the BIG EAST Semifinal
• Scored twice against Notre Dame in Championship Game
• Assisted on a career-best three goals against UMass

Before Loyola
• Played alongside head coach Jen Adams and teammate Cass Cursaro on the Australian Senior National Team that took the silver medal at the 2009 Women's Lacrosse World Cup
• Finished fourth on the team with 10 goals, caused six turnovers and picked eight ground balls at the World Cup
• Played club lacrosse for Newport Ladies Lacrosse Club and received the 2005 Simpson Family Junior Award
• In 2009, received the Best & Fairest Award for the being the top overall player





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