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Jocelyne Lemay
Jocelyne  Lemay

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

High School:
Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School

Position:
M


11/30/2016

Chippewa Athletic Fund Student-Athlete Thank You

Central Michigan student-athletes thank the generosity of Chippewa Club members

2017: [Game-by-Game] Became the first player in program history to be selected First Team All-Atlantic Sun ... candidate for ASUN Player of the Year ... led CMU and ranked third in the ASUN with a program-record 49 goals ... team captain ... started every game for the second consecutive season ... finished second on the team with 57 points ... also ranked second on the team in ground balls (44) and draw controls (24) ... totaled 12 caused turnovers ... established a single-season program record in shots (91), shots on goal (78), free position shots (18) and free position goals (8) ... set and tied the CMU mark for goals in a game, scoring six three times -- vs. Butler (3/16), Delaware State (4/21) and Detroit Mercy (4/29) ... tied the program record for points in a game with eight (6 goals, 2 assists) in a road win over Delaware State ... scored at least one goal in 14 games and had 13 multi-goal games ... netted five goals vs. Mercer (3/24) and four vs. Coastal Carolina (3/31) ... totaled three points (2 goals, 1 assist), five ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers vs. Old Dominion (4/13) ... 10 of her 11 shots were on goal against Detroit Mercy, both single-game CMU records.

2016: [Game-by-Game] Named Second Team All-ASUN and unanimously to the ASUN Freshmen team ... ASUN Player of the Year candidate ... started all 16 games ... named Atlantic Sun Co-Defensive Player of the Week (2/23) ... ranked No. 3 in the Atlantic Sun in SOG% (.859) (among players with 50 or more shots) ... led CMU in goals (35, No. 7 in ASUN), points (40, No. 16 in ASUN), shots (64) and shots on goal (55) ... finished the season on a 10-game streak with at least one point ... ranked No. 1 in the ASUN in game winning goals (4) and No. 7 in goals per game (2.19) ... led CMU with nine multi-goal games ... notched a season-high six points (5 goals, 1 assist) versus Furman (4/8) ... also scored five goals against Virginia Commonwealth (3/13), including the game-winner with 34 seconds remaining, and Robert Morris (3/27) ... netted four goals in wins over Delaware State (3/11) and Howard (4/29) ... scored the game-winning overtime goal in program's first ASUN win, over Stetson (4/17) ... ranked No. 13 in the ASUN in draw controls with 28 and caused turnovers with 17 ... collected 24 ground balls ... had a season-high six ground balls at Detroit (3/30).

High School/Club: Named senior female student-athlete of the year in 2013-14 and junior female student-athlete of the year in 2011-12 … selected team MVP in 2012-13 … named most dedicated player twice – for Peterborough Lakers Major Midget team in 2013 and for Peterborough Lakers Minor Midget team in 2012 … PMLA James Johnston Memorial Award Nominee in 2010 … five-time provincial medalist including a gold medal with the 2011 Major Lakers Bantam team … at the 2013 Midget Nationals, won a silver medal, was named to the national all-star team, selected team captain and earned the national player of the game award … at the 2012 Midget Nationals, won a silver medal and the team MVP award.

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