|Major:||Mathematics & Economics|
|Parents:||Doug & Victoria Lucas|
Lucas emerged as one of the top defensive players on the squad during the 2012 season. Splitting time between outside back and the midfield, Lucas started each of Emory's last nine games during the year (including all six NCAA Tournament contests), and played 493 of the team's 560 minutes during the NCAA Championships, earning a spot on the NCAA All-Tournament Team. She was one of 12 players to appear in a school-record 24 games during the year, making a total of 12 starts, and helping the team record a .461 goals-against average, the 13th-best mark in Division III, and a 0.583 shutout percentage, the 30th-best mark in the country. Lucas and the Eagles defense also held opponents to 7.1 shots and 3.6 shots on goal per game. She also assisted on a pair of goals during the year, with one coming on the game-winning goal against the University of Chicago on September 29th. Lucas took 16 shots during the year, six of which were on goal.
Lucas appeared in 11 games for the Eagles during her freshman season. She made her one start of the season during Emory's 2-0 win at Berry College on October 22nd. Lucas finished the season with three shots, one of which was on goal.
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|2012||NCAA All-Tournament Team
Prior to Emory:
Played on the Rye High School soccer team for four seasons... Helped her team to a state championship in 2008, the state finals in 2010, and a regional championship in 2009... Earned all-league recognition... Coached by Rick Savage... Also played club soccer for the Westchester Elite, where she was coached by Carlos Mejia... Was a member of the crew and track and field teams in high school as well.
Born May 28, 1993... Member of the National Honor Society in high school
Why she chose Emory:
"I chose Emory for its prestigious reputation and for its great balance between academics and athletics."