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  Christina Saikus
Christina Saikus

Player Profile

Highland Heights, OH

High School:
Hathaway Brown




As a Junior in 2003: Had a spectacular junior season, appearing in 17 games and making 15 starts ... Registered a team-high 147 saves on the season ... Her 147 saves were the fifth most in a single season in program history ... Posted an 8.80 goals against average which ranks as the second lowest single season average in program history ... Logged 893:46 minutes in goal for the Cardinal in 2003, which ranks as the third most minutes in a single season in Stanford women's lacrosse history ... Registered a .529 save percentage on the season ... Her .529 save percentage ranks as the second highest single season percentage in program history ... Posted double-digit saves in six games ... Recorded a career-high 20 saves versus Georgetown (3/9), which ranks as the second most saves in a single game in program history ... Collected 16 saves in the Cardinal's 17-7 win over UMBC (3/31) ... Her 16 saves versus UMBC tied for the fifth most saves in a single game in program history.

As a Sophomore in 2002: Appeared in one game in 2002 ... Registered four saves in 16 minutes of action versus -- ... Posted a 1.25 goals against average.

As a Freshman in 2001: A reserve goalkeeper in 2001.

High School: As a senior, she was named All-America Honorable Mention, Private School League First-Team, Defensive MVP, Ohio Lacrosse Tournament All-Tournament Team and a was a member of Great Lakes Team for the National Tournament ...Played in the National Senior High School All-Star Game at the STX Junior Festival ... As a keeper for the varsity team she had over 800 career saves, including 20 in a game against one of the best teams in Ohio ... Also lettered in golf and swimming ... She was Vice President of the Athletic Association, as well as being a Peer Tutor.

Personal: Parents are Ray and Sylvia Saikus ...Volunteered at Frontier Day Camp, a camp for children with learning disabilities ... Also a volunteer at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, a research hospital and Habitat for Humanity ... A Chemical Engineering major, interested in becoming a physician.