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  Jen Heup

Jen Heup

Player Profile


Davidsonville, Md.

High School:
South River


2006: Started all 16 games ... Was named the American Lacrosse Conference Goalie of the Year, first Bobcat to win the honor ... Had the second-highest save percentage for the American Lacrosse Conference at .511 which also ranked 13th in the nation ... Led Ohio with 55 ground balls ... Her 3.44 ground balls per game led the American Lacrosse Conference and tied for 17th in the nation ... Had at least 10 saves in 12 of the 16 games ... Registered at least 15 stops on five occasions ... Set a career high with 18 saves at Virginia Tech ... Was second on the team with 12 caused turnovers ... Collected a career-high nine ground balls at Maryland.

2005: Played in nine games, starting six ... Allowed 65 goals in 429 minutes for a 9.09 goals against average ... Made 66 saves for a percentage of .504 ... Allowed nine goals, while making 11 saves against Vanderbilt ... Allowed six goals while making eight saves at UMBC ... Made 11 saves versus Penn State ... Had six saves in the season finale at Brown.

HIGH SCHOOL: Started every game of her four-year scholastic career at South River High School ... An all-county selection ... South River Defensive Player of the Year ... Guided her team to the state championship game ... Earned the scholar-athlete award.

PERSONAL: Majoring in retail merchandising ... Daughter of Mike and Roxanne Heup ... Born July 24, 1986.