2004: Academic All-Big Ten honoree for third straight year ... played in 18 of 21 matches, making 10 starts at forward ... second on team behind Parrissa Eyorokon with three goals, three assists and nine points ... all season stat totals were personal bests ... named Boilermaker Challenge Cup Offensive MVP and was selected to its all-tournament team ... scored first Boilermaker goal of season on Aug. 28 against Cincinnati, giving Purdue a 1-0 lead in the 33rd minute ... was assisted on score by Eyorokon ... scored goal in the third minute of Purdue's 3-2 win over Miami (Sept. 10) ... her goal against the RedHawks was Purdue's fastest score of the season ... Arnold received the ball near midfield and blasted it into the lower left corner with Miami goalkeeper Megan Ortner out of position ... her five shots against Miami tied her with three teammates (Shauna Stapleton, Kim Comisar and Eyorokon) for most shots taken in a match ... scored five points over last four matches of the regular season ... began modest point streak with a game-winning assist against Indiana (Oct. 22) ... one-touched the ball over to Rebecca Robison, who planted the ball into the upper left corner of the net, out of the reach of IU goalkeeper Lauren Fabbro ... game-winner against the Hoosiers locked up the No. 7 seed for Purdue at the Big Ten Tournament, giving the program its fifth-straight postseason appearance ... scored final goal of season and career, a game-winner, at Indiana State (10/24) ... goal was scored in the fifth minute with Meghan Dybvig providing the assist from the right corner ... wrapped her scoring streak with assists in consecutive matches against Oakland (10/28) and at Wisconsin-Milwaukee (10/30) ... assisted on Crystal Rivas' game-winner in the 30th minute vs. the Golden Grizzlies ... set-up a 30-yard blast from Eyorokon, which gave Purdue a 1-0 lead at UWM.
2003: Established season bests in all major offensive categories, including points, goals and assists ... posted two assists against Iowa (10/5) ... was the first two-assist game of her career ... first assist was delivered to Annette Kent on her game-tying goal in the 30th minute ... picked up second assist on Crystal Rivas' insurance goal in the 84th minute ... became the sixth Boilermaker this season to record two assists in a game ... scored first career goal vs. Ohio State (9/28) ... was assisted by Lauren Sesselmann and Kent ... blasted the shot from the top left corner of the penalty box past Buckeye goalkeeper Emily Haynam ... finished game with a team-high two shots on goal while playing at forward ... assisted on Sesselmann's game-tying goal against Penn State (9/26) ... was her first assist of the season, and second of her career ... assist came with just over five minutes left in the first half ... goal helped propel the Boilermakers to a 3-1 comeback win over 13th-ranked Nittany Lions ... took two shots on goal against Minnesota (9/19), her first shots of the year ... scored goal in Purdue's 4-1 preseason win over Butler at IPFW Soccer Showcase (8/22).
2002: Academic All-Big Ten ... competed in 14 matches as a reserve defender ... totaled 187 minutes of playing time ... rifled shot on goal in Purdue's win over Buffalo ... played a season-high 58 minutes against the Bulls ... registered second shot of season at Oakland.
2001: Saw time in 14 games, starting three ... totaled 403 minutes in that time ... recorded one assist for first collegiate point ... took five shots ... her assist came at Wisconsin for the Boilermakers' 3-0 shutout victory over the No. 23 Badgers on a goal by Annette Kent in the 29th minute on Sept. 21 ... took a season-high three shots against Butler on Oct. 28.
High School: Earned four varsity soccer letters and three basketball letters ... team was four-time sectional champs and three-time regional champs ... four-year assists leader ... set school record for career assists mark ... leading scorer, team MVP and captain her senior year ... all-conference and all-district selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... all-state honorable mention as a junior ... all-state second team as a senior ... academic all-state as a junior and senior ... scored 55 goals and 45 assists for her career, tallying 22 goals and 14 assists as a senior ... selected to play in the Indiana North-South Senior All-Star Game ... member of the Evansville United club team ... member of the State Cup runner-up team in 1998, 1999 and 2000 ... two-time basketball MVP ... fourth team all-state in basketball as a junior ... first team all-state as a senior ... student council officer ... active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Personal: Given name is Lori Arnold ... born Nov. 18, 1982 ... majoring in management ... enjoys all sports ... parents are Ronald and Patricia Arnold ... has an older sister, Jennifer, and a younger sister, Bridget.