Simone Lazar
Simone  Lazar


Etobicoke, Ontario

High School:
Michael Power

Last College:
St. Joseph's


2013: All-MAC First Team ... 2013 Dick Enberg Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... started and played in 19 games ... assisted the Chippewas to a MAC-best three shutouts ... played all 70 minutes in 18 out of 19 games ... helped the Chippewas to a 1.77 goals against average which ranked second in the MAC ... named to the Academic All-MAC team ... selected to the NFHCA All-Academic Team.

2012: 2012 Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Second Team All-West Region ... All-MAC First Team ... MAC All-Tournament Team ... Started in 16 games while seeing game action in 18 ... helped the Chippewas to a 2.1 goals against average which was good for third best in the league made one defensive save in a 0-1 loss to #14 Michigan (10/28) ... started in the 2-3 MAC tourney semifinal loss to Kent State (11/2) ... named to the Academic All-MAC team ... selected to the NFHCA All-Academic Team.

2011: Selected as an alternate to the Canadian Junior National Team ... All-MAC First Team ... started all 20 games ... scored a goal in season-opening match versus Saint Louis ... scored first MAC goal of season versus Missouri State (10/1) ... dished out assist on game-winning goal versus Miami (10/15) ... finished season with two goals and three assists ... named to the Academic All-MAC team ... selected to the NFHCA All-Academic Team..

2010: All-MAC Tournament selection ... appeared in all 20 matches, starting 19 ...averaged 65.1 minutes played per contest ... played every minute in 15 matches ... tied for team lead with three assists ... took four shots and two shots on goal ... played all 100 minutes and scored the eventual game winning goal on a penalty stroke in a shootout against Ohio (10/2) ... had two assists at Ball State (10/31) ... had one assist against Kent State in a MAC Tournament semifinal (11/5) ... selected to the NFHCA All-Academic Team..

High School: Led varsity team to four TDCAA titles ... team qualified for the OFSAA Championships four times ... played for the Ontario U14 (2006), U16 (2007-08), U18 (2009-10) and U19 (2007) provincial teams ... helped U19 squad claim the 2009 indoor national title ... led U18 team to a Capital Cup title and a runner-up finish at the 2009 Canada Cup ... helped U19 team to 2007 California Cup title ... helped U16 team finish runner-up in the BC Invitational ... served as varsity team captain two years ... named team MVP twice ... earned the school's senior girls leadership award ... earned four letters in field hockey, three in soccer, two in volleyball and one in track and field ... member of the honor roll all four years.

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