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Lucy Yeatman


Senior - Forward
Avondale, PA
Chester County Skating Club Cougars

2016-17 Alternate Captain

2013-14 Lady Ice Lions Freshman Academic Achievement Award
2016-17 ACHA Academic All-American
2016-17 Billie S. Willits Lady Ice Lions Player's Player
2016-17 Penn State Club Sports Treasurer of the Year

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2016-17: As a senior, Yeatman reprised her role as club treasurer, while the standout student also finally collected long-overdue Academic All-American status as an upperclassman with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or greater. On the ice, the alternate captain held down a top-six forward spot, generally as the right wing next to Rachel Cole and opposite Rachel Kapoian, and matched her career high with three assists. The first of those came on a Kelly Watson goal on October 1, 2016 that tied the score against Vermont in an eventual overtime win, while the other two came against Northeastern on November 20, 2016 and February 26, 2017.

2015-16: Always one of the team's most valuable players off the ice thanks to her roles as club treasurer and as an upperclass leader, along with her superb academic record despite a difficult courseload, Yeatman once again contributed heavily to the Lady Ice Lions cause as a checking winger. She scored her first goal at the Division 1 level on November 7, 2015 through a deflection against Northeastern and added an assist at Rhode Island on February 6, 2016.

2014-15: Yeatman remained a lineup fixture even as Penn State moved to ACHA Division 1, skating in 24 of the team's 27 contests and picking up an assist against Delaware on October 4, 2014. She was also greatly important off the ice, excelling academically as an actuarial science major (including a 3.92 grade point average during the fall semester) in addition to helping coordinate the team's fundraising efforts towards PSU's noted IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon.

2013-14: As a freshman, Yeatman provided the Lady Ice Lions with a luxury they did not have the season before: quality depth. She was one of the ACHA's more productive rookies, picking up her first career goal on October 20, 2013 to erase an early 1-0 hole against Michigan State in a game PSU would go on to win 5-3. The smooth skater with a surprising amount of jam had her signature match 20 days after that, collecting a goalie-chasing and game-winning goal, with an assist, as PSU went up 4-0 on defending national champ West Chester en route to 6-3 victory and a weekend sweep. Her third goal, good enough to rank her among the division's ten best first-years, came in a shutout of Delaware on December 7, 2013.

Career Statistics:
Season GP G A Pts. PIM PP SH GW
2013-14
24
3
3
6
0
0
0
1
2014-15
24
0
1
1
4
0
0
0
2015-16
21
1
1
2
2
0
0
0
2016-17
22
0
3
3
0
0
0
0
Career
91
4
8
12
6
0
0
1