Four-time ACWPC All-America First Team selection and two-time Division II Player of the Year ... Three-time All-WWPA First Team pick and two-time WWPA Player of the Year ... Three-time UCSD Athlete of the Year ... Only player in program history to score 90-plus goals in a single season, having done so for each of her final three years ... UCSD's all-time leader in goals (321), assists (176) and attempts (758) ... Tallied 26 total goals over three NCAA Championship appearances.
AS A SENIOR IN 2014
ACWPC Division II Player of the Year ... ACWPC All-America First Team ... WWPA Player of the Year ... All-WWPA First Team ... One of 12 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... San Diego Hall of Champions Star of the Month (Feb.) ... WWPA Player of the Week (4/9) ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (2/10, 5/12) ... Matched her single-season program standard with 92 goals, leading team for third successive year ... Eight of those scores came at the NCAA Championship.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2013
ACWPC Division I All-America honorable mention ... ACWPC Division II Player of the Year ... ACWPC Division II All-America First Team ... WWPA Player of the Year ... All-WWPA First Team ... NCAA All-Tournament Second Team ... WWPA All-Tournament First Team ... One of 14 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... Two-time San Diego Hall of Champions Star of the Month (April, May) ... Three-time WWPA Player of the Week (1/30, 3/13, 4/10) ... Three-time UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (1/28, 4/22, 5/13) ... Led the Tritons with a single-season record 92 goals ... Set career record for total attempts with 557... Along with teammate Jolene Guiliana, set a single-season record with 67 assists ... Second on the team with 54 steals, eight penalties drawn and 56 ejections drawn ... Had 26 multiple-goal outings ... Scored a season-high five goals against Pomona-Pitzer (5/11) ... Came away with a team-best nine goals, eight assists and one steal during the NCAA Championship.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2012
ACWPC All-America First Team ... All-WWPA First Team ... One of 16 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... WWPA Player of the Week (3/21) ... Led team in scoring with 91 goals ... Totaled 32 assists and 37 steals ... Scored a single-game-high eight goals and dished out one assist against Marist (1/29) ... Scored six goals and added two assists and a steal in the season opener at Colorado State (1/26).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011
ACWPC All-America First Team ... WWPA All-Tournament First Team ... Led Triton freshmen with 46 goals and 21 assists ... Paced team with nine goals at the NCAA Championship ... Also led team with nine goals during the WWPA Championship ... Scored a goal and added four steals in her first career game against San Diego State (3/25) ... Recorded hat tricks in eight of nine games between March 26 and May 1 ... Led team in scoring in 10 of her first 11 contests ... Scored a team season-high five goals against No. 20 Iona at the NCAA Championship, all in the first half (5/15).
A 2010 graduate of Riverside Poly High School ... Four-year scholar-athlete ... Team won three CIF titles (2008-10) and four Big VIII championships (2007-10) ... Named to both All-CIF First Team and All-Big VIII First Team as a junior and senior with the Bears (2009-10) ... Made All-CIF Second Team and All-Big VIII Second Team as a sophomore at RPHS (2008) ... Also played for SOCAL Water Polo Club, which placed first at the Club Championships in 2010 ... Additionally, competed in varsity swimming with the Bears.
Born Oct. 21, 1992 in Riverside ... Parents are Bill Lizotte and Genevieve Mitchell ... Has a younger brother named Ian ... Communication major at Warren College ... Minor in business ... Being able to travel to Michigan to play in the NCAA Championship after defeating LMU at the WWPA Championship as a freshman is her most memorable moment in water polo ... The Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Titans are all teams she supports ... Favorite movies are Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Miracle ... Interested in politics ... Emmitt Smith is her favorite athlete ... Her dad is her greatest influence in life ... Plans on traveling after graduating from UCSD and later has aspirations of becoming a sports reporter and continuing her love for athletics.
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