|| Thea Lorentzen
Thea Lorentzen on the uniform: "Wearing the Stanford uniform means that I get to fight for, and honor, my teammates."
As a Senior in 2006:
Started 16 games on defense for the Cardinal and appeared in 17...finished the season with 16 ground balls, nine caused turnovers and three draw controls...named to the MPSF All-Academic Squad for the third straight season...recorded two caused turnovers in matches with conference rivals Denver and California.
As a Junior in 2005: Started in 18 games for the Cardinal...Recorded 29 ground balls, five draw controls, and 21 caused turnovers...Earned MPSF All-Conference and MPSF Academic All-Conference Honors...Tied the program single-game record with five caused turnovers against Ohio State...Collected a single game team-high with three ground balls.
As a Sophomore in 2004: Continued to improve, emerging as a stalwart in the Stanford defense in her second season on The Farm...Named to the MPSF Academic All-Conference Team...Appeared in 13 contests, making two starts...Made her first collegiate start against Notre Dame (2/29)...Recorded 10 ground balls, collecting a career high three against Loyola (4/24)...Added seven caused turnovers and one draw control.
As a Freshman in 2003: A walk-on who battled for playing time as a defender...Appeared in six games.
High School: Lettered in field hockey, lacrosse and indoor track at Greenwich High School in Connecticut...2001-02 Scholar Athlete of the Year in high school...All-Star team selection as a senior in lacrosse...Scholar-athlete in field hockey in 2000 and 2001...Scholar-athlete in lacrosse in 2002...Helped her high school team win the state championship in lacrosse in 2001 and finish second in 2002...Received the Greenwich Arts Council Award for Creative Achievement.
Personal: Born in Rio de Janiero, Brazil...Parents are Oivind and Darrell Lorentzen...Sister, Lily, was the under-19 squash national champion in 2002...Plans to double major in civil engineering and history...Interested in a career in journalism...Hobbies include backpacking, drawing, traveling and spending time with her family.
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