University of Iowa Athletics
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#1 Geena Lesiak

Class Fr.
Hometown Voorhees, N.J.
High School Eastern Regional

Hawk Item… Started 75 of 77 career games… member of 2012 Midwest Senior High Performance team… member of 2011 Midwest Junior High Performance team… selected to 2011 and 2012 Junior National Team Camp… three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree… two-time Iowa Medallion recipient.

2012 as a Senior… Second team All-Big Ten selection… named Academic All-Big Ten… started all 21 games… dished out team-best 10 assists for a season total of 10 points… ranked ninth in the Big Ten in assists (10) and assists per game (0.52)… registered three assists against Missouri State on Sept. 2, the most in a single game by any Big Ten student athlete and the fifth-most nationally… tallied two assists against UC Davis (Sept. 10) and Ohio State (Sept. 30)… made one defensive save, ranking second on the team… letterwinner.

2011 as a Junior… Named Academic All-Big Ten… started all 20 games… ranked second on the team with five assists… notched one goal against UMass (Sept. 4)… tallied two points against UMass and at Ohio State (Oct. 8)… ranked ninth on the team with seven points.

2010 as a Sophomore… Started all 17 contests… led team with four assists… recorded four total points… named Academic All-Big Ten.

2009 as a Freshman… Saw action in all 19 games, starting 17… recorded eight total points on four goals… named to spring Dean’s List.

High School… Named an NFHCA National High School all-American and an NFHCA Regional all-American in 2008… high school team won the New Jersey state championship in 2008 for the 10th-straight year, breaking a state record for most consecutive championships… named first team all-state as a senior… two-time all-South Jersey selection… Junior National Team Camp selection… member of U-16 National Team… two-year team captain… member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.

Personal… Born September 8, 1991… daughter of Michael and Cherri Lesiak… recipient of Roland and Esther Smith Women’s Athletic Scholarship… speech and hearing science major with a minor in psychology.