Kara Concheck
Kara  Concheck

Columbus, Ohio

High School:
The Wellington School


'Dogs Drop Last Game of the Season

The Fresno State lacrosse team lost its last game of the 2013 season to USC, 19-1.


'Dogs Edged By Gaels, 15-11

Kara Concheck had four goals in the Bulldogs 15-11 loss to St. Mary's.


Lacrosse Finishes Season on the Road

The Bulldogs are set to play at St. Mary's and USC for their final two games of the 2013 season.


'Dogs Comeback Not Enough For Aggies

Kara Concheck scored four goals in the team's 15-6 loss to UC Davis.


'Dogs Topped by No. 13 Stanford

The Fresno State lacrosse team fell to MPSF opponent Stanford, 21-8.


Lacrosse vs. Stanford - 03/05/14. Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.

Lacrosse vs. Stanford - 03/05/14. Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.

Ahmed Last updated on June 4, 2014

Fresno State:

2014 (Senior): Named to the 2014 All-MPSF second-team ... with a standout senior season, Concheck led Fresno State across the board in 2014 in route to becoming the Bulldogs all-time leading scorer with 73 career goals and 85 points ... posted a team-high 29 goals and 35 points in her final year which set a new Fresno State single-season record ... a leading attacker for the 'Dogs, she recorded six hat tricks this season, including four-straight in conference play against USC, St. Mary's, Cal and UC Davis ... also posted 66 shots, 53 on goal, 11 groundballs, six draw controls and three caused turnovers this year ... recorded a career-high six points against St. Mary's on April 10, leading the 'Dogs to their first win over Gaels in Fresno State's home finale ... her six points off of four goals and two assists against the Gaels ranks second in school history ... named Fresno State Sysco Student-Athlete of the Week on April 15 ... garnished Attacker of the Year at the team banquet.

2013 (Junior): Played in all 15 games and started in 12 ... finished with a team-high 22 goals and 28 points ... recorded six assists ... scored on seven of her 10 on free positions, and now holds the Fresno State all-time record with 11 free position goals ... had a season-high four goals against UC Davis and St. Mary's ... picked up five groundballs ... recorded nine draw controls ... forced two caused turnovers ... after her junior season, holds the Fresno State all-time scoring record with 44 goals.

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in every game and made three starts ... recorded 12 goals, which was second most on the team ... also recorded two assists and a total of 14 points on the year ... recorded 44 shots and 39 on goal for an on goal percentage of .795 ... won five draw controls and six ground balls ... scored four goals and an assists for five points against Cincinnati ... also recorded a season-high nine shots against the Bearcats.

2011 (Freshman): Played in eight games ... scored ten goals and had 16 shots on goal.

High School: Lettered four years in lacrosse and four years in basketball ... earned first-team all-state honors as a junior and senior in lacrosse and was the two-time offensive MVP and helped her team to the state Final 4 as a senior ... earned first-team all-region in lacrosse as a junior and senior ... scored 123 goals as a senior, breaking the Ohio record ... set a single game school record and career best by scoring 11 goals in one game ... in basketball recorded a double-double in every game as a senior ... made to the to the district semi-finals in basketball ... was MVP as a senior.

Personal: Born January 30, 1992 ... father is Joe Concheck and has one sister, Leah ... enjoys music, concerts, snowboarding and hiking ... favorite athlete is Rafael Nadal because of his high intensity and how he plays with heart ... most admires her father because he teaches her about life ... played for the USAA1 team in the Berlin Open in Germany during the summer of 2012 ... attending Fresno State because she wanted to be a part of building the lacrosse program and she really love the players and coaches ... was also recruited by Ohio State, Dartmouth and Hofstra.

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