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Liz Secue
Liz Secue

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bath, Ohio

High School:
Walsh Jesuit

Height:
5-7

Position:
Defense

Birthdate:
03/12/1989



SENIOR / 2010
First Team All-Big Ten
NSCAA Third Team All-Great Lakes Region
Academic All-Big Ten
• Started all 20 games, one of seven Purdue players to do so
• Closed her career having started every game the last three seasons, a streak of 63 consecutive contests
• Ranked second on the team with five assists
• Also scored three times, converting a penalty kick chance for the game-winner at Cal State Fullerton and also scored at Colorado and Iowa
• Setup goals by Marta Lynch and Rachael Kimack against Morehead State, recording the lone multi-assist game of the season by a Boilermaker
• Also assisted on goals by Lauren Montenegro (vs. Denver), Katie Leinert (at Minnesota) and Jessica Warren (vs. Ohio State)
• Went the distance in every game but the final three of the season even though she was a game-time decision for much of the Big Ten schedule
• Selected as team captain

JUNIOR / 2009
Second Team All-Big Ten
Academic All-Big Ten
• Led team in minutes played with 1,955 out of possible 1,977
• One of four Boilermakers to start all 21 games
• Played 19 complete games, including 110 minutes of action in draws vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, at Wisconsin, vs. Michigan State and 2-1 overtime win at Indiana
• Was on field for 1,491 straight minutes covering 16 games, beginning at Butler and ending with 80 minutes played vs. Loyola-Chicago
• Took one shot, which was on goal, in 3-0 win vs. Evansville
• Played ball into box that was deflected for own goal, giving Purdue 3-2 overtime win in regular season finale
vs. Iowa

SOPHOMORE / 2008
Academic All-Big Ten
Big Ten All-Tournament Team
• Led team in minutes played
• Was on field for 2,017 of possible 2,059 minutes
• Played 19 complete games and 21 games of 90 minutes or more
• Earned first career point with assist in 5-1 win vs. Eastern Illinois
• Had one shot on goal vs. Minnesota in Big Ten Tournament

FRESHMAN / 2007
• Made first collegiate start vs. Illinois
• Played season-high 90 minutes and helped hold Fighting Illini to three shots on goal in 2-1 win
• Made Purdue debut in 4-1 win vs. Xavier
• Helped Boilermakers set several single-season season program records, including most shutouts (14) and fewest goals allowed (12)
• Played in four straight shutouts vs. Western Michigan, Wisconsin, Northwestern and at Michigan State
• Put one shot on goal vs. Northwestern and vs. Illinois in first two games of Big Ten Tournament

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB
• Four-year starter that won two state championships and 2006 national title at Walsh Jesuit
• 2005 Akron Beacon-Journal Player of the Year
• Recognized in Cleveland Plain Dealer "Best of the Best" issue as senior
• 2005 NSCAA All-American
• 2005 All-Ohio first team
• Won 2005 U16 state club championship on Cleveland Internationals with Carianne Betts
• Set school 200-meter dash record as sophomore

Biographical Information

Full Name: Elizabeth Ashley Secue (SEE-cue)

Major: Management

Father: Nick Secue

Mother: Gail Secue

Brother: Nicholas