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#6 Tory Bensen
Position: Attack
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
City/State: Darien, Conn.
High School: Convent of the Sacred Heart
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2014 Second-team All-Ivy
2014 Ivy League Tournament Most Outstanding Player
2014 Ivy League Tournament All-Tournament Team

2014: Second-team All-Ivy … Ivy League Tournament Most Outstanding Player … Ivy League Tournament All-Tournament Team …Team quad-captain … Appeared in 18 games, making 17 starts ... Led team in goals (43) and points (55) … Second on team with 12 assists … 55 points is tied for sixth-most in a single season all-time by a Penn player ... 43 goals is tied for third-most in a single season all-time by a Penn player ... Ranked fourth in the Ivy League in goals and fifth in points … Scored at least two points in 16 of 18 games … Scored at least three points in 10 of 18 games … Began season with a five-goal outing against Delaware (2/22) … Went 4-for-4 on free positions against the Blue Hens … Scored three goals at No. 1 North Carolina (3/2) … Posted a four-point day on two goals and two assists against Harvard (3/8) … Scored twice, adding a draw control and a ground ball at Yale (3/15) … Scored twice against No. 2 Maryland (3/19) … Had a three-point day, with two goals and an assist, at Vanderbilt (3/23) … Tallied four goals and an assist against Brown (4/19) … Posted a career-high six goals on six shots against Columbia (4/23) … Named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for her 10-goal week … Scored four times at Cornell, adding an assist (4/26) … Scored four goals, including the game-winner in double overtime, against Harvard in the Ivy League Tournament semifinals (5/2) … Notched two assists in Ivy League Tournament championship game against Princeton (5/4) ... Scored four goals and added an assist aganst Canisius (5/9) in first round of NCAA Tournament ... Recorded a hat trick against No. 1 Maryland (5/11) in second round of NCAA Tournament.

2013: Appeared in 16 games, making 11 starts … Fifth on the team with 23 goals to set a new career high … Seven multiple-point games … Scored at least one goal in 11 games and 10 of her last 13 … Scored nine goals in Ivy League games … Scored two goals against Drexel (2/23) in her first game since a season-ending injury on March 7, 2012 … Scored twice in an Ivy win at Harvard (3/8) … Netted a hat trick in an overtime win against Vanderbilt (3/21) … Scored a career-high four goals, including the game winner, at Lehigh (4/3) … Went for two goals and an assist at Columbia (4/6) … Posted back-to-back hat tricks to close the regular season at Brown (4/20) and Northwestern (4/27) ... Scored once against Cornell in the Ivy League Tournament (5/3) ... Netted one goal against Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/10).

2012: Appeared in three games, starting each before suffering a season-ending injury against Rutgers (3/7) … Scored twice at Drexel (2/25) … Also added four draw controls and three ground balls against the Dragons … Netted one goal at No. 2 North Carolina (3/3).

2011: Appeared in all 17 games while making three starts ... Sixth on the team in both points (17) and goals (14) ... Led Penn freshmen in points, goals and assists (3) ... Recorded 10 draw controls, also most among Penn rookies ... Posted three multi-goal games and four multi-point games ... Scored first career goal as part of a two-goal day against No. 3 North Carolina (3/5) ... Found the back of the cage twice at Rutgers (3/16) ... Scored at least one goal in five consecutive games (3/5-3/19) ... Had two caused turnover, a draw control and a ground ball against Cornell (3/27) ... Netted a pair of goals at Columbia (4/3) ... Had two points on a goal and an assist against No. 4 Duke (4/29).

High School:
Four-time letterwinner … Captained her team senior season … Two-time All-America … Three-time all-league … Twice named team MVP … Two-time WNESSLA All-Star … Greenwich Citizen Athlete of the Year (2010) … Katie Cassidy Higgins Memorial Lacrosse Award recipient ... Also lettered four times in field hockey … Served as team captain … Named all-league three times … Student Council Executive Board member … President of Angel Board … National Merit Commended Scholar.

Personal: Daughter of Jennifer and Kyle Bensen … High school teammate of former Penn goalkeeper Emily Leitner … Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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