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    Corinne Wessels
    Corinne  Wessels

    Class:
    Freshman

    Hometown:
    Manassas, Va.

    High School:
    Osbourn Park

    Height:
    5-6

    Position:
    A



    2015: [Game-by-Game Stats] Starting attacker added to the lineup after missing the first four games of the season due to injury ... Made her collegiate debut at North Carolina, scoring two goals and dishing out two assists to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors ... Scored a goal and dished out five assists in a 14-8 win over Colorado on March 7 ... Currently tied for the team lead with seven assists.

    High School:
    Under Armour All-American and four-time regional player of the year ... Broke records in multiple categories as tracked by the National Federation of State High School Associations, ranking first all-time in career assists (327), assists in a season (142), career points (765) and points in a season (256) ... Owns 11 of the top 12 single-game assist totals in NFSHSA history, with a national record 13 against Potomac in 2013 ... Ranks third all-time in career goals scored with 438 (10 more than former Wildcats great Shannon Smith) ... Four-year team captain and team MVP at Osbourn Park ... First-team All-Metro and All-State ... Team reached state semifinals in three of four seasons ... Played on the Long Island Top Guns club team, coached by Shannon Smith, for four years ... Also a three-year letterwinner and team captain in field hockey and a member of the volleyball and track teams ... Member of the National Honors Society.

    Personal: Born Corinne Lexie Wessels in Colorado ... Daughter of Ken and Cathy Wessels ... Father was a lacrosse goalie at the Air Force Academy and holds the NCAA record for most saves in a game (also wore jersey No. 00) ... Played alongside fellow Northwestern freshmen Shelby Fredericks and Lindsay Darrell on Long Island Top Guns team since eighth grade ... Plans to study journalism/communications.

    Wessel's Career Highs

    Goals 2, at North Carolina (2/28/15)
    Assists 5, vs. Colorado (3/7/15)
    Points 6, vs. Colorado (3/7/15)
    Ground Balls 1, three times, most recent vs. Syracuse (3/22/15)
    Draw Controls 1, at North Carolina (2/28/15)
    Caused Turnovers N/A