2007: Played in all 17 games... Scored against Duke, then had three points (2g, 1a) at New Hampshire... Came up with two ground balls and two caused turnovers in league win over Ohio State... Took the center draw in some games, pulling multiple draw controls against Duquesne, California and New Hampshire.
2006: Played in 14 games, starting the final six contests of the year... Posted seven points on three goals and four assists... Scored multiple points in back-to-back games against Ohio State and Hofstra... Her total of 24 ground balls was good for fifth on the team... Came up with five against North Carolina and four each against California and Duke... Caused multiple turnovers against New Hampshire and Northwestern.
2005: Came off the bench to play in one match, vs. ALC-foe Davidson... Scooped one ground ball during her limited minutes.
High School: Three-sport athlete for the Gators... Won five league championships during junior and senior seasons (two in field hockey, two in basketball and one in lacrosse)... Named All-Metro and All-County by the Baltimore Sun in field hockey... Newspaper also recognized her lacrosse team as the best in Baltimore... Graduated Cum Laude... President of Fellowship Service Club and Habitat for Humanity.
Personal: Leslie Ann Koch... Born Dec. 22, 1986 in Baltimore... Daughter of Mary and Tim... Three siblings: Alli, Cori, who runs cross country at Maryland, and Kyle, who played basketball at Loyola... Majoring in engineering science and economics... Three-time Dean's List honoree... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
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