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Courtney Legath

Moorestown, N.J.

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AS A JUNIOR - 2004
Played in and started all 17 games...recorded 21 goals and a team-high 16 assists ... second on the team with 37 points...scored three goals and tallied a conference-high six assists for nine points in the season opener versus Stony Brook (Mar. 4)...her six assists against Stony Brook marked the second-highest single-game assist total in the NCAA in 2004...the nine total points tied her for sixth in single-game points total among NCAA leaders...scored the game-winning goal against Harvard (Mar. 10)...tallied her 100th career point assisting on Carley St. Lucia's fourth goal of the game at New Hampshire (Mar. 24)...recorded seven free-position goals, good for second on the team...registered 21 ground balls and 11 draw controls... named to the IWLCA honor roll...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

Started all 15 games at attack ... scored 19 goals and a team-leading 28 assists for a total of team-high 47 points ... also led the conference in assists, finishing fourth among NCAA leaders ...third on the team in groundballs with 55 ... registered at least two points in all but one game ... scored four goals and assisted on three others against Holy Cross (April 23) ... registered a season-high four assists against California (April 6) ... has five three-point performances, two four-point, a six-point and one seven-point effort ... received BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week honors for the week ending Mar. 10 ... earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... selected to the 2003 Verizon Academic All-America At-Large Team, earning second team distinction.

Missed only one game for the Eagles, starting 16 ... fourth on the team in scoring with 34 points and 23 goals ... assisted on 13 goals, good for third on the team ... registered four goals twice, against Villanova (Mar. 3) and Duquesne (Mar. 30) ... caused 15 turnovers and collected 34 groundballs.

As a junior, she accumulated 71 goals and 60 assists and was named to the first team all-league, all-county, all-South Jersey and all-state teams ... also garnered honorable mention all-American recognition ... as a senior, was the county's leading scorer with 75 goals and 53 assists and was named to the first team all-league, all-county, all-South Jersey and all-state teams ... led Moorestown High to the No. 1 ranking according to US Lacrosse Magazine and ... named an All-American as well as being named Player of the Year by The Burlington Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Courier Post, and Newark Star Ledger.

Born March 31, 1983 ... enrolled in the Lynch School of Education as a secondary education major ... Courtney is the youngest of Joan and Regis Legath's three children.

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