Highlights from the Wildcats' 2-0 win over 18th ranked Illinois on October 5th, 2014. Sophomore Addie Steiner scored a pair of long-range goals (7,8) and Clem posted her fourth shutout in Sunday's win.
High School/Club: Four-year varsity starter ... Three-time All-State honoree ... All-Region, All-Conference and All-District selection ... Stats through her junior season: 43 career shutouts, .558 goals-against average and .952 save percentage, record in net of 43-11-4, guiding Lakeshore to three district championships ... Olympic Development Program Regional Team goalkeeper ... Keeper for Kingdom Premiere travel soccer ... Also played varsity volleyball all four years, earning All-Region, All-Conference and All-District honors ... Four-year starter on varsity basketball team, achieving All-Conference and All-District honors ... Member of 600-Rebound Club.
Personal/Academic: Parents are Sherry and Doug Clem ... Has three siblings, McKenzie, Rachel and Dylan ... Honor Roll student every semester in high school ... Academic All-State honoree ... Named Student of the Month and involved in Math and Science Center at Lakeshore High School ... Involved in National Honor Society, Student Council, Class Council, Key Club, Capernaum and Miss Stevensville Scholarship Pageant ... Anticipated major is biological sciences.
Coach Moynihan: "Lauren is a phenomenal athlete and probably capable of playing multiple sports at the collegiate level. Fortunately she has decided to play goalkeeper for Northwestern. Lauren is 6-0, but also moves very well. She is an amazing shot-stopper that can cover the entire goal. She also is eager to keep improving and her potential is enormous. She has the ability to be a dominant goalkeeper in the Big Ten and a game-changer, and she is excited to face the challenges the Big Ten presents."