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Tessa McClenahan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

High School:
Arnprior District

Height:
5-9

Position:
M


11/04/2012

2012 MAAC Women's Soccer Championship Game

Loyola women's soccer won its 10th MAAC title on November 4, 2012, beating Marist College, 2-1.

10/21/2012

2012 Women's Soccer Senior Day

2012 Loyola University Maryland Women's Soccer Senior Day Ceremony

09/09/2012

Women's Soccer at American

The women's soccer team defeated American, 2-1, on September 9.

08/31/2012

Women's Soccer vs. Towson

The Loyola University Maryland women's soccer team tied Towson, 1-1, on Aug. 31.

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2012 (Senior): All-MAAC Second Team honors...Earned a spot on the MAAC All-Academic team...Ended her career ranked third in school history with 83 games played in the green and grey uniform...Started in all 20 games played...Scored the game-winning goal in 2-1 win over American, with a shot past the goalie in the corner (9/9)...Fourth on the team in shots, with 21 attempts...Recorded first assist of the season, in a 6-0 shutout at Saint Peter's...Helped the defense to a .083 shots against percentage.

2011 (Junior): Played in 21 games, making 19 starts in the midfield for the Greyhounds... Was named to the 2011 Chick-fil-A MAAC All-Tournament Team.. Totaled one goal and one assist along with 15 shots for the season... Scored her first goal of the season in a, 6-1, win against Manhattan (10/28)... Assisted on the game-winning goal in a, 3-2, win at Niagara (10/9).

2010 (Sophomore): Played in all 20 games and made 14 starts as a defensive midfielder... One of the Greyhounds' best players in the air... Tallied an assist on Alex Reed's game-winner against George Washington... Member of the MAAC All-Academic Team.

2009 (Freshman): Made 11 starts and appeared in 22 games in her freshman season with the Greyhounds... Scored three goals and added a pair of assists for eight points and was named to the MAAC All-Rookie Team... Started her career off with a bang, tallying two goals and an assist in the opening week, earning MAAC Rookie of the Week honors... Tallied the game-winning goal in the season-opener at Mount St. Mary's... Assisted on an insurance goal at High Point and scored the game-tying goal, while making her first collegiate start at Wake Forest... Assisted on the game-tying goal against Canisius in the MAAC Semifinals... Scored the game-winner in the MAAC Championship Game against Niagara as the Greyhounds came back from a two-goal halftime deficit.

High School: Earned 10 varsity letters - four in basketball, three in soccer, two in track and field and one in volleyball - at Arnprior District High School in Arnprior, Ontario, Canada... Member of the Canadian U17 National Team Pool in 2007 and was invited to last year's National Team Camp... Helped Team Ontario win a gold medal at the 2005 U15 National All-Star Championship and a bronze medal at the 2007 U16 National tournament... Was the rookie of the year for her high school soccer team in 2006 and the team captain and most valuable player in 2008... Helped the basketball team win four-straight conference titles... Earned Most Valuable Player honors of the Provincial Basketball Championship in 2005... Selected to the Basketball Ontario Elite Development Program from 2003-2006... Named the school's Female Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior... Honor roll member... Played club for the Ottawa Fury and participated in the USL Super `Y' League... Team captain and most valuable player of the Fury in 2008... Selected to the Olympic Development Program National Camp for the Super `Y' League in 2008... Helped her team reach the finals of the Super `Y' League North American Championship and the U.S. National Cup in 2008.

Personal: Tessa Marie McClenahan... Daughter of Cathy and Doug McClenahan... Has two older siblings, Glenna and Brent... Played in international soccer matches against teams from Brazil, Chile and Argentina as a member of Team Ontario.

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