Concordia University Wisconsin Athletics

 

Women's Lacrosse

 
9 - Emily Heckendorf
Emily Heckendorf
Height: 5-4
Year: So.
Hometown: Merrill, Wis.
High School: Merrill
Position: M
Major: Sport and Entertainment Management

2013 Season (Sophomore): Named to the All-Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference Second Team…Appeared in 14 games, making 13 starts…Scored 24 points, tied for third on the team…Scored 19 goals, third most on the team…Assisted on five scores…Took 49 shots, 37 on goal...Had one game-winning and one man-up goal…Finished 2-for-12 on free-position attempts…Picked 40 ground balls…Won 33 draw controls…Caused 16 turnovers…Tallied seven multi-goal games…Had three or more ground balls in eight games…Won three or more draw controls in six games…Began the season with two goals, an assist, a career-high seven ground balls, a career-best nine draw controls wins and two caused turnovers against Fontbonne University (Mar. 16)…Had two goals, an assist and six ground balls at Aurora University (Mar. 26)…Tallied three goals, picked up four ground balls and caused a career-high three turnovers against North Central College (Apr. 11)…Recorded three goals and two ground balls at Transylvania University (Apr. 13)…Scored three goals – including the game-winner – picked up four ground balls and caused two turnovers against Beloit College (Apr. 17)...Tallied two goals, picked up three ground balls, won two draw controls and caused two turnovers versus Benedictine University (Apr. 20).

2012 Season (Freshman): Appeared in 14 games...Scored five goals...Assisted on six scores...Scored one free-position goal...Picked up 26 ground balls...Won 32 draw controls, which was second-best on the team...Caused four turnovers...Took 23 shots, 14 on goal...Picked up a then-career-best five ground balls, to go along with three draw control wins and three shots at Robert Morris University (Apr. 6)...Finished the season with back-to-back games winning seven draw controls against the College of Mount St. Joseph (Apr. 28) and Trine University (Apr. 29)...Ended the season with a then-career-high three goals on seven shots against Trine University (Apr. 29).

High School (Merrill): Was the first girl to ever play on the boys’ hockey team at Merrill…Team captain during senior season…Played club hockey for Team Wisconsin.

Personal: Daughter of Mark and Beth.