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Gracie Lachowecki








Evansville, Ind.

High School

Reitz Memorial

Gracie Lachowecki - Soccer - University of Miami Athletics

2016 (Senior): First Team All-ACC … All-ACC Academic Team … NSCAA Second Team All-Southeast Region … NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Second Team … NSCAA College Player of the Week (10/25) … Two-Time ACC Offensive Player of the Week (9/27, 10/25) … Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week Honorable Mention (9/28)
Ranked No. 77 in Top Drawer Soccer’s Preseason National Top 100 and No. 15 in its Preseason ACC Top 20 … Finished the season at No. 44 and No. 12, respectively … One of eight Miami players to start all 19 matches … Led the team in goals (11), points (25), shot attempts (68) and shots on goal (37) … Also finished tied for sixth in assists (three) and tied for third in game-winning goals (two) … Tied for the fourth-most goals, logged the fifth-most shots and tied for the sixth-most points in a season in program history … Ranked third in the ACC in points per game (1.32), third in goals per game (0.58), fourth in goals, fourth in shots per game (3.58), fifth in shots and fifth in points … Tied for No. 44 nationally in goals per game, tied for No. 45 in goals, tied for No. 68 in points per game and tied for No. 83 in points … Tallied 1,487 minutes of action, sixth-most among Hurricanes … Played 90-plus minutes six times, including going the distance three times and eclipsing 100 minutes twice … Played over 80 minutes on 10 occasions, including in each of the season’s final seven outings … Finished her career third all-time at Miami in goals (24), fourth in points (54), tied for sixth in game-winning goals (five) and seventh in shots (124) … Scored a goal and led all players in both shots (10) and shots on goal (five) in the first match of the year at North Florida (8/19) … Recorded a goal and an assist at Stetson (8/21), also tying for the match lead in shots (six) and shots on goal (three) … Scored a pair of goals in the win over Jacksonville (8/28) and finished with six shots, including four on goal … Attempted five shots, with one on goal, against Miami (OH) (9/2) … Scored the lone goal of the match versus Florida Atlantic (9/4) and also logged a match-high three shots on goal … Recorded a match-high four shot attempts, including one on goal, against FIU (9/11) … Logged two shot attempts, with one on goal, at third-ranked Florida State (9/18) … Scored the opening goal in Miami’s victory against second-ranked Virginia (9/22) and finished with team highs in shots (four) and shots on goal (two) while playing all 90 minutes … Became the sixth Hurricane to score 20-career goals with her tally against Syracuse (9/25), logging three shots, including two on goal … Scored a goal in the victory over Wake Forest (10/2) while co-leading the team with three shot attempts and pacing Miami with two shots on goal … Scored a goal for the fourth straight match with the opening tally at No. 15 North Carolina (10/6) and played all 90 minutes … Led all players in shots (five) and shots on goal (four) while playing 103 minutes at Pittsburgh (10/9) … Posted the first multi-assist outing of her career with two assists against Louisville (10/20), while also tying for the match lead with three shots on goal … Against No. 25 Virginia Tech (10/23), logged eight shot attempts, four shots on goal, scored an equalizing goal in the 85th minute and tallied a golden goal in the 102nd minute to help the Hurricanes clinch a berth in the ACC Championship … With her first goal versus the Hokies, moved into sole possession of third place on Miami’s all-time goals list and also became the first player in program history with multiple double-digit goal seasons … Recorded a team-best three shot attempts in 104 minutes of action in the ACC Championship quarterfinals at No. 14 Clemson (10/30) and made her penalty kick in the shootout.

2015 (Junior): Second Team All-ACC … All-ACC Academic Team … Two-Time ACC Offensive Player of the Week (10/6/15, 10/13/15)
Became the sixth Hurricane to garner All-ACC honors … Only player in the ACC to win a conference player of the week award in consecutive weeks … Played in 15 matches and made 13 starts … Logged 12 goals, one assist and 25 points … Led the team in goals and points, as well as shot attempts (39), shots on goal (24) and match-winning goals (three) … Tied the program record with four goals in a match … Finished third on Miami’s single-season leaderboard in goals, sixth in points and tied for eighth in match-winning goals … Recorded 990 minutes of playing time … Played 80-plus minutes six times, all in the final eight contests of the year, including a career-high 93 against NC State (10/11) … Missed the matches against UCF (8/30) and No. 8/5 North Carolina (10/31) due to injuries … Ranked second in the ACC and tied for No. 13 nationally in goals per game (0.80), as well as tied for third in the ACC and tied for No. 38 nationally in total goals (12) … Finished third in the ACC and No. 25 in the country in points per game (1.67), while tying for fifth in the ACC and tying for No. 89 in the country in total points (25) … In conference play, ranked first in total goals (nine), first in goals per game (1.00), tied for first in total points (18), second in points per game (2.00), eighth in shots per game (3.22) and No. 10 in total shots (29) … Tied for No. 90 nationally in shots on goal per game (1.60) … One of two players in the ACC to score four goals in a match, tying an ACC record, and one of two with eight points in a match … Her four goals in single match tied for third nationally and tied with two others for first among players in a Power Five conference … Her eight points in a single match tied for ninth in the country and tied with three others for first among players in a Power Five conference … Her nine shot attempts in a single match tied for second in the ACC in conference play… Logged a go-ahead goal in the 56th minute against No. 14/10 Florida (8/27) along with an assist on a match-tying goal in the 62nd minute … Netted a goal on her lone shot attempt at Florida Atlantic (9/4) … Tied for the match lead with two shots on goal in the win at FGCU (9/11) … Scored the match-winning goal and had three shot attempts in the Hurricanes’ victory against North Florida (9/13) … Scored a goal and had two shot attempts in 88 minutes of action against No. 7/5 Clemson (9/27) … Tallied the golden goal in the 106th minute in Miami’s victory over No. 14/4 Notre Dame (10/2) … Recorded the first hat trick of her career, including a golden goal in the 109th minute, in the win against NC State, while also logging career and game highs in shot attempts (nine) and shots on goal (six) … Played 84 minutes and led the team with four shots on goal at No. 12/7 Virginia Tech (10/17), while also tying for the match lead with four shot attempts … Recorded a match-leading four shot attempts in 90 minutes of action at Syracuse (10/22) … Became the first player in the ACC to score four goals in a match in 2015 when she did so on seven shot attempts, including five on goal, at Boston College (10/25).

2014 (Sophomore): Saw action in 17 of 18 games, including 15 starts … Served as one of Miami’s most reliable defenders … Had one assist and two shots … Helped lead team to back-to-back shutouts against Jacksonville (9/2) and Stetson (9/5) … Credited with first assist of season in win over NC State (10/23) … Had both shots against Wolfpack … Delivered 90-plus minute performances in eight matches.

2013 (Freshman): Impressed in first season, seeing action in all 18 games and starting final 14 … Scored career-first goal in 6-1 win over Cleveland State (9/6) … Credited with assist in team’s win 2-1 over Florida Atlantic (9/8) … Registered 15 shots, including five on target … Made switch to defense in midseason and delivered seven consecutive 90-minute performances from Sept. 19 to Oct. 17 … Ranked second among freshmen with 1,159 minutes.

High School: Ranked No. 119 senior nationwide by Top Drawer Soccer … Gatorade Indiana Player of the Year and Indiana Soccer Coaches Association (ISSA) “Miss Soccer” in 2013 … Earned NSCAA High School All-American honors in final season … Four-year starter at Reitz Memorial … Led Tigers to 21-3 record and Class 2A state championship in 2012 … Tallied 42 goals and nine assists for 93 points as a senior … Finished career with 113 goals and 47 assists for 273 points … Named to all-city and all-conference first teams for all four years at Reitz Memorial … Earned Evansville Metro Player of the Year recognition three straight years (2010-12).

Club: Played with SWISA Rush (Evansville) from 2006-12 and with Carmel ECNL U-18’s (Indianapolis) from 2012-13 … Guided SWISA to state championships in 2011 and 2012 and finals appearances in 2006 and 2008-10.

ODP: Member of Indiana Region II camp from 2008-11 … Named to Region II team in 2010 and 2011 … Competed with Indiana 95’s from 2008-11 … Was selected to ODP Interregional Camp in Pomona, Calif., in 2010 and Las Vegas in 2011 … Traveled to Holland with Region team in March 2011.

Personal: Last name is pronounced Lack-Uh-WECK-Ee … Parents are A.J. and Kay … Brother, Max, played soccer for Notre Dame and was picked in the second round of the 2016 MLS Superdraft by Real Salt Lake … Majoring in nursing.

2013 18 14 1 1 3 15 .067 0 0-0
2014 17 15 0 1 1 2 .000 0 0-0
2015 15 13 12 1 25 39 .308 3 0-0
2016 19 19 11 3 25 68 .162 2 0-0
 CAREER 69 61 24 6 54 124 .194 5 0-0