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Rebecca

Lane

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#10

Attack
Height: 5'4"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Melbourne, Australia
High School: Maribyrnong College

Bio

Saint Joseph's program recordholder in career assists (78, through 49 games)
Fourth all-time in career points at SJU (185, through 49 games)
Eighth all-time in career goals at SJU (107, through 49 games)
Ninth all-time in career shots at SJU (238)

Second-most assists in a season in program history (31 in 2017)
Third-most assists in a season in program history (25 in 2018)
Tied for sixth-most assists in a season in program history (22 in 2016)
Tied for fourth-most points in a season in program history (66 in 2017)
Eighth-most points in a season in program history (61 in 2018)
10th-most points in a season in program history (58 in 2018)

2018 Atlantic 10 First Team Attack
2017 Atlantic 10 Second Team Midfield
2016 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year
2016 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team
2016 Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team
Atlantic 10 Co-Player of the Week (3/13/18)
Two-time Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week (4/18/16, 5/2/16)

2018 SJU Most Outstanding Performer

International: Selected to the 2017 Australian National team roster and competed at the 2017 FIL Women's World Cup in Surrey, England from July 12-22 and at the 2017 International World Games in Wroclaw, Poland from July 25-29... Through eight World Cup games with Australian National Team, totaled 17 points on nine goals and eight assists to help lead Australia to a fourth-place team finish... Recorded five points (3g, 2a) against Scotland, tallied a hat trick against Wales, scored twice against Canada, and added a goal and a helper in the bronze medal game vs. England... At the World Games, tallied an assist and won three draws against Canada and tallied three helpers, two draw control wins, and a caused turnover in Australia’s victorious bronze medal game against Great Britain... Recorded eight points (3g, 5a), four ground balls, and two draw controls at the 2016 Team USA Fall Classic... 2015 U-19 World Championship All-World Team selection... Recorded 24 points (13G, 11A) and 20 draw controls through seven games at the 2015 U-19 World Championships... Scored seven points apiece against the Czech Republic (5g, 2a) and England (4g, 3a), earning MVP honors for both games... Added multi-goal performances vs. Canada (2G, 2A), and in bronze medal game vs. England (2G, 3A)... Co-captain... Earned All-Star accolades at the 2014 U-18 National Tournament and owns two MVP medals, including one in the grand final, in 2014 senior national tournaments... 2013 Senior Women's Victorian Lacrosse Team selection... Earned MVP honors in Australia's game against Canada at the 2011 World Championship alongside All-Star and Tournament MVP honors for U-17 National Tournament.

2018: One of five Hawks and the only offensive player to make all 19 starts... Led SJU in points (61) and assists (25) and tied for the team lead in goals (36), shots (80), free position goals (8, in 11 attempts), and game-winning goals (2)... Led all attackers in ground balls (17) and caused turnovers (12)... Averaged 3.21 points per game (13th in A-10) on 1.89 goals per game and 1.32 assists per game (9th in A-10)... Ranked sixth in the A-10 in total assists and ninth in the A-10 in total points... Recorded at least one point in 15 games played and scored in all 15 of them, leading the Hawks in points in six different games... Posted 11 games with three or more points and six games with five or more points... Turned in 30 points (17g, 13a) through nine regular-season A-10 games... Scored in seven of those nine games, registering seven-point efforts vs. UMass (3g, 4a) and Davidson (4g, 3a) and a six-point performance against VCU (2g, 4a)... Her fourth assist against VCU broke the SJU program record for career assists, at 73... Notched 100th career goal in just her 46th career game en route to a hat trick against Duquesne... Also registered a conference hat trick against George Mason... Despite being held scoreless against George Washington, impacted game with three ground balls and two caused turnovers in the road victory... Scored a goal in the A-10 postseason quarterfinals vs. George Mason and two goals in the A-10 postseason semifinals vs. Richmond... Non-conference performances of note included back-to-back, five-point performances (2g, 3a) against Georgetown and Central Connecticut to open the season... Followed those up with a season-high, nine-point performance (season-high 5g, 4a) at Temple... Hit the back of the net four times against Vanderbilt... Team tri-captain.

2017: Made 17 appearances with 17 starts... Totaled 66 points on 35 goals and 31 assists... Recorded at least one point in 16 games and scored in 12... Led squad in assists and ranked second in points, goals, shots (82), and shots on goal (61)... Averaged 3.88 points per game on 2.06 goals per game and 1.82 assists per game... Recorded a season-high eight points twice, on a career-high six goals and two assists vs. VCU and on four goals and four assists at St. Bonaventure... Reached 100th career point vs. VCU... Tallied seven points twice, against Temple (5g, 2a) and George Mason (3g, 4a)... Added a career-high four draw controls at George Mason... Went for six points on three goals and three helpers vs. then-#16 Duke... Registered five-point efforts vs. American (3g, 2a) and California (4g, 1a) and a four-point effort vs. La Salle (2g, 2a)... Scored two goals and added a helper vs. Davidson... Recorded a goal, two assists, and three ground balls vs. George Washington... Dished out a pair of assists vs. Villanova and Mount St. Mary's... Named to Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and SJU Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters.

2016: Made 15 appearances with 13 starts... Ranked second on squad and led all rookies in points (58), goals (36), assists (22), shots (76), and shots on goal (56)... Led squad in game-winning goals (3) and free position goals (5) and attempts (17)... Posted a .737 SOG percentage, which ranked second among SJU's top five scorers... Posted a .474 shot percentage, which ranked second among SJU's top five scorers... Tied for second among all rookies in ground balls (13) and ranked third in draw controls (9)... In the Atlantic 10, ranked second in points per game (3.87), fourth in total points, fifth in goals per game (2.40), sixth in assists per game (1.47), and seventh in total assists and free position pecentage (.294)... Scored in all 15 games, including nine multi-goal games... Registered five points on three goals and two assists to go with a career-high four ground balls and a draw control in Atlantic 10 Championship quarterfinals vs. Davidson... Scored two goals and added an assist and ground ball in A-10 Championship semifinals vs. #16 Massachusetts... Recorded a career-high nine points on a season-high five goals and four assists in regular-season finale at George Washington... Posted seven-point effort on one goal and career-high six assists vs. St. Bonaventure... Scored overtime game-winner to cap a three-goal, one-assist performance vs. Duquesne... Scored four goals and added a helper at Davidson... Had one goal, two assists, two ground balls, and two draw controls at VCU... Scored three goals and added an assist vs. Richmond... Scored five goals vs. Columbia in first collegiate start on March 19... Scored three goals vs. #16 Penn in collegiate debut on March 8... Named to SJU Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

High School/Personal: Member of School Leadership Program at Maribyrnong... Four-time Principal's Award recipient... 2011 Sports Director's Award recipient... Played for U-18 Premiers as a junior and U-17 Premiers as a sophomore... Played for both U-17 and U-15 Premiers as a freshman... Sisters, Danielle and Naomi, and brother, Tim, play lacrosse in Australia and have all represented Victoria in national tournaments... Majoring in psychology and minoring in English.


Single-Game Career Highs:  
Goals: 6 vs. VCU (4/13/17)
Assists: 6 vs. St. Bonaventure (4/17/16)
Points: 9 (2x) last at Temple (2/21/18)
Shots: 12 (2x) last vs. VCU (4/13/17)
SOG: 9 vs. Columbia (3/19/16)
Free Position Goals: 2 (2x) last vs. George Mason (4/22/18)

Free Position Shots: 4 (2x) last at Villanova (3/23/16)
Ground Balls: 4 vs. Davidson (5/5/16)
Caused Turnovers: 2 (5x) last at George Washington (4/20/18)
Draw Controls: 4 at George Mason (4/21/17)


Career Statistics:

YEAR GP-GS G A PTS SHOTS SOG GWG GB DC CT
2016 15-13 36 22 58 76 56 3 13 9 3
2017 17-17 35 31 66 82 61 1 20 15 8
2018 19-19 36 25 61 80 60 2 17 6 12
TOTAL 51-49 107 78 185 238 177 6 50 30 23

 

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