As a sophomore (2010): Made her Terrapin debut, playing 27 minutes, in 6-0 season-opening win over Iona (8/20) ... played 11 minutes in 3-2 win over Missouri (8/22) ... played 17 minutes in 3-1 win at Tennessee (8/27) ... played 36 minutes in 4-0 win over Kennesaw State (8/29) ... one shot in 31 minutes in 2-0 win over Stony Brook (9/5) ... saw seven minutes of action in 3-2 win at Seton Hall (9/8) ... one shot in 18 minutes in 4-1 win over Delaware (9/12) ... played 10 minutes at forward in 2-1 overtime win over George Mason (9/17) ... played eight minutes in 1-1 tie vs. No. 14 Duke (9/26) ... played six minutes in 1-0 win at NC State (10/10) ... played three minutes in 4-0 shutout of Clemson (10/14) ... missed the remainder of the season due to injury.
As a freshman (2009 at Penn State): Played in 16 games for the Nittany Lions ... made two starts ... assisted on the final goal of 5-0 victory over Colgate (11/13) in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Before College: Prior to coming to the U.S., Lamarre was a member of the U-15, U-16 and U-17 Canadian National teams ... competed in the U-17 World Cup and became the first woman to score a goal for Canada in her division ... that goal was scored in preliminary play against the eventual champion, New Zealand ... for her performance, she was a finalist for Canadian U-17 Player of the Year ... also helped Canada to the bronze medal in the 2008 CONCACAF Women's U-17 Championship in Trinidad & Tobago.
Personal: Daughter of Harry Lamarre and Ginette Floréal ... older sister of Daniel ... has a 4.0 GPA, majoring in kinesiology.
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