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  Suzanne Wosczyna Suzanne Wosczyna
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Hall of Fame
Phoenixville, PA
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Suzanne Wosczyna played on the women’s lacrosse team from 2000-04 and is lacrosse’s only three-time All-American in school history.  A four-time first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association honoree, she scored a single-season school record 57 goals in 2004 and finished third in the country with 5.2 points per game.  She finished her ODU career with 206 goals, 119 assists for 325 points, all ODU career records. She led the team in goals, assists and points all four years. She graduated with a degree in physical education.

2004: Recorded 85 points on 57 goals and 28 assists. Led the Lady Monarchs in goals, assists and points earning All-America honors and FIrst-Team All-CAA accolades.

2003: Continued as Old Dominion's top offensive player...Tewaaraton Trophy nominee for the nation's top women's lacrosse player...IWLCA/US Lacrosse third team All-American squad. ...Second Team All-Region...Earned her second First Team All-CAA honor and second CAA All-Tournament Team recognition...Finished the year number one in Division I women's lacrosse in points per game (6.42) and assists per game (2.67)...Ranked second in the country in goals per game (3.75)....Led the Lady Monarchs in assists (25) and points (58) for the third straight season...Also topped the CAA charts in points, goals, and assists per game...Collected a team-leading 35 groundballs...Was ODU's leading scorer in eight contests...Netted three game-winners including American, William & Mary, and Drexel...Became Old Dominion's all-time leading scorer on 4/6 at Hofstra...Recorded a 2003 NCAA Division I single game-high of 12 points against Drexel (4/11) with six goals and six assists...Also registered 10 points versus American and William & Mary with five goals and five assists...

2002: The Lady Monarchs' top offensive threat...A Second Team All-America selection....First Team All-South Region...Named First Team All-CAA and was a CAA All-Tournament honoree...The Division I leader in points per game...Ranked second in the country in assists per game and 10th in the nation in goals per game...Topped the conference in scoring and assists...Led the team in goals (56), assists (47), and points (103) for the second consecutive season...Became just the 13 player in Division I women's lacrosse history to earn over 100 points in a single season...Topped the all-time ODU assist list in a 13-9 victory at #20 Boston University (4/6)...Was the team's high scorer in 10 of last year's 16 contests... Scored at least one goal in 17 of the Lady Monarchs' 18 contests...Had a season-high seven goals in a 15-7 CAA win over Towson (4/14)...Captured a season-high six assists in the CAA opener versus Delaware (3/9)...Recorded a single-game high of nine points in CAA wins over both William and Mary (4/2) and Towson (4/14)...Tied for 25th in the nation and led the CAA and team with 62 groundballs...

2001: Was the team's leading scorer with 60 points and 48 goals in her first year of play for the Lady Monarchs...Led the squad in scoring in 10 of 16 contests...Tallied a team-leading 48 ground balls...Ranked second in draw controls with 40....

2000: Sat out the season with a stress fracture in her foot...

High School: A three-sport athlete at Phoenixville High...A four-year member of her high school=s lacrosse team...An all-area selection for lacrosse...Named to the lacrosse All-American team...Also an all-area selection in field hockey and an honorable mention performer in basketball...An honor roll student.

Personal: Born October 8, 1981...Full name is Suzanne Wosczyna...Daughter of Sally Wosczyna...Has a brother Matt (27) and three sisters, Stephanie (24), Shelly (23), and Sarah (20), who is in her third year with the Lady Monarchs...Comes from lacrosse genes as her aunt Sue Yeager played at Temple and was also on the US National Team, playing for head coach Sue Stahl...Majoring in exercise science.

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