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Tyler  Leachman


Bethesda, Md.

High School:



3rd year

AT VIRGINIA: 2005: Named a first-team All-American by both and the Cavaliers with 65 ranks #9 all-time at Virginia in scoring with 174 points...ranks #5 all-time in goals with 139...earned All-ACC honors...had 12 hat tricks, including two in the NCAA tournament... earned honorable mention National Player of the Week honors by on May 8...ranked second on the team with 40 draw controls, which ranks ninth all-time at UVa for a single season...her 82 points ranks. 2004: Ranked second on the team in scoring with 53 goals and 11 assists for 64 points...ranks fourth all-time for scoring as a second-year and third in goals...had five hat tricks on the season, including two in NCAAs (Mount St. Mary's and Georgetown)...had the first goal in the national championship game, starting a 5-0 run to give the Hoos the lead for good... named to the All-State team. 2003: Played in all 22 games as a true first-year ... ranked fifth on team in scoring with 28 points (21g, 7a) ... 28 points ranks ninth all-time at Virginia for scoring as a first year ... hit first collegiate goal against William & Mary ... had hat tricks against Old Dominion and Richmond.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time USL First-team All-American ... honorable mention All-American as a freshman ... four-time All-League, All-County and All-Gazette selection ... set scoring record for goals in a season (114) and career (313) ... team MVP ... team captain for field hockey and basketball.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Holly and Jack Leachman...born Nov. 26, 1983 in Washington, DC ..brothers Penn ('98) and Jamie ('99) played lacrosse at UVa... mother coaches field hockey and sat on 2005 World Cup leadership committee.


Year GP/GS GB DC CT Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 22/0 20 5 3 54 21728
2004 22/19 20 23 12 108 531164
2005 22/22 17 40 9 142 651782
Career 66/41 57 68 24 304 13935174


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