7 - Lacey Schreiner
Lacey Schreiner
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Enumclaw, Wash.
High School: Enumclaw HS '07
Previous College: University of Hawaii-Hilo
Position: M/F
Experience: 2L

2009: Played in each of EWU’s 18 contests, garnering three starts. Had one assist on the year versus Northern Arizona (Oct. 25). Also had one shot on goal in that game. Finished the season with 12 total shots, which included a 10-game streak with at least one shot.

2008: In her first year as an Eagle, Schreiner saw action in 18 contests and started four of those games. Her most aggressive showing came in the season-opening contest at Boise State, as she tallied two shots. For the season, Schreiner registered eight shots, four of those coming on target.

At Hawaii-Hilo: Schreiner earned All-Pacific West Conference honorable mention accolades as a Vulcan. She helped the team to a 9-3 conference mark (12-8 overall) and saw action in 19 games. Schreiner had three goals on 13 shots, two of those scores being of the game-winning variety.

High School: Schreiner was one of the top scorers in the state at the 3A level in 2006 and 2007 while playing for Enumclaw High School. She was also named the Most Valuable Player of the South Puget Sound League (SPSL) and earned first team all-state accolades at the 3A level in both 2006 and 2007. As a freshman, she was named to the All-SPSL second team, while her sophomore year saw Schreiner attain honorable mention accolades.

Personal: Daughter of Bill and Janet Schreiner. Majoring in business management.

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