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#11 Janine Leger
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Johannesburg, South Africa
High School: St. Mary's School for Girls, Waverley
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2014 (Senior): Served as one of the team's tri-captains in her final season in Hanover...Picked up her first point of the fall via an assist on a corner play and Rebecca Hu goal in the season opener at No. 14 Northwestern on Sept. 5...

2013 (Junior): Was sixth on the team in scoring with 12 points...Second on the team in assists with eight, matching her combined output from her first two seasons...Had a career-high three assists against UC Davis on Sept. 8 in Berkeley, Calif. ...All three assists set up Ali Savage for the hat trick and helped Savage win the Ivy League Player of the Week honors...Picked up her first goal of the season on Sept. 28 at Brown, the first of the game for the Green who would go on to win 4-3 in comeback fashion with a late second-half goal...Scored in the final minute of play in the 6-1 win at Holy Cross on Sept. 29...Picked up her fourth assist of the season on Ali Savage's hat-trick goal on Oct. 6 at Penn...Had one assist against Maine in Hanover on Oct. 15...Dished out two helpers at home against Columbia in a 6-2 win on Oct. 27...Her final point of the fall was an assist against UNH on Nov. 3.

2012 (Sophomore): Started in all 17 of Dartmouth’s contests in 2012…Was third on the team in scoring with 17 points on seven goals and three assists…Posted three multi-goal games with a hat trick at Holy Cross (9/23) and two against Harvard (Oct. 27) and New Hampshire (Oct. 28)…Against New Hampshire, finished with two goals and one assist for five points, one shy of her six points at Holy Cross.

2011 (Freshman): Earned a spot on the All-Ivy Honorable Mention Team in her first year with the team...Started in all 17 games...Finished sixth on the team in scoring with 11 points on three goals and five assists...Her five helpers ranked third on the team...Scored her first collegiate goal in just the second game of the season against Longwood as part of the Big Green Classic on 9/4, doing so just six and a half minutes into the contest...Her first career assist came against UNH at home on 9/11...Assisted on both goals in the Big Green's upset win over Princeton on 9/17 that snapped the Tigers' 24-game win streak against Ivy League opponents.

Before Dartmouth: Member of the South African Junior World Cup team in 2011 … Named to the National High Performance Squash team in 2008 and 2010 … Member of the South African National Squad in 2008 … Played field hockey and was a member of the Spring Board diving and track & field teams at St. Mary's School for Girls in Johannesburg … Her St. Mary's field hockey team finished first out of 28 teams at the prestigious St. Mary's Waverley Hockey Festival her last year … Team was also first place in the Gauteng School's first team league and won the Howell and Pullen Tournament … Her team was the winner of the school league championship in 2008, 2009 and 2010 … Player of the St. Mary's Waverley Hockey Tournament in 2010 as well as her school's Player of the Year … Was named the most improved Senior Player in 2008.

Personal: Janine Catherine Mabatho Leger was born on January 9, 1992 in Johannesburg, South Africa … Daughter of Jean-Patrick Leger and Marianne Felix … Has one sister … Won the Sue King trophy for the student that displayed the most personal development that benefited her peers and teachers … Won an art award for dedication and improvement … Earned full academic colors four years in a row … Was on the visual arts and marketing committees … Interested in studying art or mathematics at Dartmouth … Interested in participating in visual art, community service and tutoring programs … Enjoys painting, traveling and scrapbooking.

LEGER'S CAREER STATISTICS

OVERALL

Year

GP-GS

Goals

Assists

Points

Shots

GWG

Def. Svs.

2011

17-17

3

5

11

25

0

0

2012

17-17

7

3

17

21

1

0

2013

17-17

2

8

12

32

0

1

Totals

51-51

12 16

40

78

1

1

IVY LEAGUE

Year

GP-GS

Goals

Assists

Points

Shots

GWG

Def. Svs.

2011

7-7

0

2

2

14

0

0

2012

7-7

2

1

5

9

1

0

2013

7-7

1

3

5

12

0

1

Totals

 21-21

3 6 12

35

1

1

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