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    Marcy Levatino
    Marcy Levatino

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Laguna Hills, Calif.

    High School:
    Laguna Hills

    Height:
    5-8

    Position:
    A

    07/08/2014

    'Dogs Cap Season With 129 Combined Academic All-MW Honors

    Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.

    07/08/2014

    Fifty Bulldogs Selected as Mountain West Scholar-Athletes

    Fresno State's soccer and volleyball soccer squads led the way with six and five honors, respectively.

    07/07/2014

    Eighty-Six 'Dogs Honored to Academic All-MW Teams

    Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.

    06/24/2013

    71 Bulldogs Named 2012-13 MW Scholar Athletes

    A total of 71 Fresno State student-athletes were honored as part of a league-record 623 Mountain West scholar athletes.

    04/20/2013

    'Dogs Drop Last Game of the Season

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

    Last updated on June 4, 2014

    Fresno State:

    2014 (Junior): Appeared in 14 games making 13 starts on attack ... finished third on the team with 19 goals, six assists and 25 points ... added six groundballs, three draw controls and two caused turnovers ... posted a season-high four goals and five points against Connecticut on March 16 .... garnished the Bulldog Spirit award at the end of the year team banquet ... 2014 SAAC Spirit Award recipient ... Rosa Parks Athletic "Just Do It" Award honoree ... earned a spot on the 2014 MPSF All-Academic team.

    2013 (Sophomore): Levatino played in all 15 games in her second season and started in 13 ... broke three school records against Presbyterian, including the Fresno State single-game records for most points and goals with seven, and the single-game draw control record with eight ... totaled for a team-high 30 draw controls ... had a .439 shooting percentage ... finishing second on the team with 18 goals and 24 points ... had a team-high 10 caused turnovers ... picked up 17 groundballs ... earned MPSF Offensive Player of the Week in the first week of play ... named Fresno State Sysco Player of the Week for the week of Feb. 18 ... named to the 2013 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-MPSF Second-Team ... named Fresno State Player of the Year at the end of the year team banquet.

    2012 (Freshman): Appeared in every game and started two games ... scored 10 goals and three assists ... recorded a total of 13 points on the season ... recorded 27 shots and 22 shots on goal ... recorded nine ground balls and nine draw controls ... caused one turnover ... scored two goals against Cincinnati, Long Island and UC Davis ... recorded three assists Long Island and Central Connecticut ... named teams hardest worker.

    High School: Four year letter winner in lacrosse and basketball at Laguna Hills High School ... won the scholar athlete award and first team all-league for lacrosse four years in a row ... was awarded rookie of the year in 2008 and best offensive player in 2009 ... most valuable player three years in a row and all county in 2011 ... US lacrosse academic all-American in 2010 and 2011 and US Lacrosse All-American in 2010 and 2011 ... finished her high school career with 300 goals.

    Personal: Born October 5, in Laguna Hills, Calif. ... parents are Morna and Anthony Levatino ... has a younger brother named Joseph ... enjoys playing the piano, horseback riding, working out, and stick tricks ... secretary of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee ... member of the National Soceity of Collegiate Scholars and California Nursing Students Association ... favorite athlete is Brett Queener because he brings inventiveness and personality to lacrosse ... biggest athletic thrill was winning against UC Davis in double overtime ... most admires her parents because of their endless support in everything she does ... chose Fresno State because of the developing Division I program and for the great nursing program.

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