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#19 Shannon Mangini
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Garden City, N.Y.
High School: Garden City
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Honors
2013 IWLCA first-team All-Region
2013 Ivy League Midfielder of the Year
2013 Unanimous first-team All-Ivy

2014: Missed entire season with injury.

2013: Started all 17 games … Third on the team in scoring with 28 points … Tied for second on the team with 25 goals … Tallied career highs in both … Scored at least one goal in 11 of final 13 games after going scoreless in first three … Led the team with four game-winning goals … Scored three goals in overtime – a new Penn single-season record … Twice scored game-tying goal to force overtime … Scored twice, adding four ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers at Harvard (3/9) … Set new career high with five goals against Cornell (3/24) including game-winner in overtime … Earned first of two WomensLax.com National Player of the Week awards after performance against the Big Red … Scored three times, adding three ground balls at Columbia (4/6) … Had three ground balls and one goal against Dartmouth (4/12) … Scored a hat trick – including the overtime game-winning goal – as Penn clinched the Ivy League title against Princeton (4/17) … Scored three times – including the game-tying goal with 0:30 left – at Brown (4/20) … Added four draw controls and four ground balls against the Bears … Earned Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and WomensLax.com National Player of the Week after her superb stretch against the Tigers and Bears … Netted two goals at Northwestern (4/27) ... Scored a hat trick -- including the game-winner -- against Cornell in the Ivy League Tournament semifinals (5/3).

2012: Appeared in 17 games, making 13 starts ... Set career highs in goals (14), assists (4) and points (18) ... Recorded first career assist at Drexel (2/25) ... Scored against Harvard (3/10) ... Posted a career-high five points at Yale (3/17) with four goals and an assist to go with two ground balls ... Scored on a free position attempt against No. 13 Georgetown (3/21) ... Tied her career high with four goals against Columbia (4/1) ... Established a career high with six draw controls against the Lions ... Scored two goals against Brown (4/21) ... Had a goal and an assist at No. 17 Princeton as Penn clinched an Ivy title (4/25).

2011: Appeared in 13 games, all off the bench ... Scored three goals ... First collegiate goal came in first career game against Drexel (2/26) ... Followed that up with a goal against No. 3 North Carolina (3/5) ... Both goals came on free position attempts ... Netted a goal against Cornell (3/27) ... Had two ground balls, one draw control and one caused turnover against No. 4 Duke (4/29).

High School:
Four-time letterwinner … Served as team captain … Won Long Island, county and state championships all four years (2007-10) … Member of undefeated (21-0) team senior season, earning all-tournament honors in state championships … First-team All-America (2010) … Honorable mention All-America (2009) … First-team All-County (2009, 2010) … Newsday All-Long Island (2009, 2010) … Named high school’s outstanding athlete (2010) … Under Armour All-American Game selection (2010) … Selected to U.S. Lacrosse Champion High School Showcase (2010) … Named to Inside Lacrosse “College Freshmen to Watch” list …  Named to Under Armour Underclassmen team (2009) … Academic All-America (2009, 2010) … Playe club for Long Island Yellow Jackets … Also lettered twice in soccer … Principal’s Honor Roll student all four years … Spanish National Honor Society member … New York State Scholar-Athlete (2007-10) .. Co-chaired Garden City’s Girls Athletic Association … Garden City High School’s Patricia Stanford Award …

 

Personal: Daughter of Veronica and Michael Mangini … High school teammate of Penn lacrosse player Erin Brennan and Penn field hockey players Kaila McDonnell and Katherine Harrington … Enrolled in Wharton.


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