As a senior (2006) - Team Field Captain
As a junior (2005) - BIG EAST second team selection... Team Field Captain... Started all 21 games... Tied for second on the team with 10 assists... Scored four goals... Named to BIG EAST weekly honor roll (10/31)... U of L's Female Anthem Leadership Award winner... Earned BIG EAST Academic All-Star honors... Named to Athletic Director's Honor Roll and Dean's Scholar in the fall and spring semesters... Named to NFHCA National Academic Squad.
As a sophomore (2004) - team vice Captain... Started all 22 games... Scored three goals and dished out four assists for 10 points... Earned STX/NFHCA Division I All-West Region second team honors... Named to the MAC All-Tournament Team... Named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad, the Athletic Director's Honor Roll and the Dean's List.
As a freshman (2003) - Started all 23 games... Scored two goals, game-winners against Massachusetts and Kent State... Led the team with seven assists... Tallied 11 points... Named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad and the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
In High School - Lettered all four years in field hockey under coach Jean Lipski... Team won Pennsylvania State Championship in 2002... Named Outstanding Athlete of the Year by Lake-Lehman High School... Athlete of the Week and named to first team All-Conference by Citizen's Voice and The Times Leader... Named MVP of the Wyoming Valley Conference... Named to first team All-State and All-Regional All-American team... Captain of her field hockey, soccer and basketball teams... Also lettered four years in soccer and basketball.
Personal - Full name is Lisa Elizabeth Wasser... Nickname is Wasser or Wass... Daughter of Mary Valentine and Scott Wasser... Birthdate is November 25, 1984... Majoring in elementary education and special education... Post college ambition is to become an elementary teacher and coach... Her mother is her role model... Best advice she's received is "Never put your fate in the hands of others" (Pam Bustin)... Athletic goal is to help the team win the NCAA championship... Proudest moment was being named U of L's Anthem Leadership Award winner.
Year GP/GS Shots G A TP DS
2003 23/23 32 2 7 11 0
2004 22/22 28 3 4 10 0
2005 21/21 49 4 10 18 0
Career 66/66 109 9 21 39 0