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Susanna Lehtinen
Susanna  Lehtinen


Espoo, Finland

High School:
Makelan rinteen lukio




With one point in 2007 she will become FAU's all-time points leader

Junior (2006): Earned Third-Team All-Southeast Region honors from onto the Preseason All-Sun Belt squad...earned Second-Team All-Sun Belt honors...earned a spot on the Sun Belt Conference Championship All-Tournament team...named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week on Sept 12...named to's National Elite Team of the Week for the second time in her career (9/13)...Named "Best of the Rest" by Soccer Times for her efforts the previous week (9/15)...played in and started 18 games...third on the team in points with 18...finished third on the team with five goals and led the team with eight assists...46 shots were the most by an Owl, as were the 23 shots on goal...scored two game-winning goals and was 2-for-2 in penalty kicks...scored her first goal of the season on a penalty kick in double overtime against Miami (9/08)...recorded a hat trick against Stetson on six shot attempts (9/10)...extended her points streak to three games with an assist against Mount St. Mary's (9/15)...made it 11 points (5g, 1a) in five games with a goal against Middle Tennessee (9/22)...had an assist in five consecutive games from Oct. 13 to Oct. 27...had one assist against South Alabama (10/13), Arkansas-Little Rock (10/20), Arkansas State (10/22) and Florida International (10/27)...had three helpers against Troy (10/15).

Sophomore (2005): Named to the NSCAA/Adidias All-Southeast Region Third Team...earned Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Year, A-Sun First-Team, and A-Sun All-Academic honors...named to's All-Florida squad...named to the Second-Team Southeast Region by Soccer Buzz ...played and started in 19 games...scored 10 goals and tallied 10 assists for 30 points on 63 shots, 33 finding the net...five goals were game-winners...led the team in all six categories...converted her lone penalty shot attempt...scored five of team's first six goals...opened the season with a two-goal performance in a 3-0 victory over Monmouth (8/26)...scored a goal vs. South Florida two days later (8/28)...made it three in a row with a goal vs. Miami (FL) on Sept. 2, giving her four goals in the season's first three games...sent the game to overtime with a goal vs. Virginia Commonwealth (9/9) on her lone penalty shot of the season...picked up an assist vs. North Florida (9/16)...scored the game's only goal in a 1-0 victory over Florida International (9/18)...scored a goal and assisted on another in the second-half during a 2-2 tie vs. Jacksonville (9/30)...assisted on the lone goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Central Florida (10/2)...scored a pair of goals and assisted on two others for a six-point effort vs. Gardner-Webb (10/9)...tallied two more assists vs. Stetson (10/12)...assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Mercer (10/15)...scored the game-winner and assisted on another vs. Kennesaw (10/20)...made it 13 points in five games with an assist on the game-winner vs. East Tennessee State (10/23).

Freshman (2004): Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year and First-Team All-Conference...became second Owl to be named First-Team All-Conference and named to the All-Freshman Team (Julie Ferguson, 2002)...played in and started all 18 games...posted two goals and 11 assists...led team in assists and posted second-highest season total in team history...efficiently placed 21 shots on net in 32 attempts...second among A-Sun athletes in assists...first collegiate goal came Sept. 10 at College of Charleston...scored points in six consecutive games...streak ran from Sept. 23 to Oct. 8...streak started with a goal vs. Campbell (9/23)...set team record with assists in five consecutive matches starting with Gardner-Webb (9/25) continued with Florida International (9/28), two vs. Belmont (9/30), two vs. Lipscomb (10/2) and concluded with Georgia State (10/8)...picked up two more assists vs. Jacksonville (10/15)...added another two days later vs. Stetson (10/17) point of the season came on an assist in a 2OT goal vs. Miami in a 1-0 victory (10/27) in the regular season finale.

High School: Played for Marianne Miettinen at Makelan rinteen lukio in Finland.

Club Experience: Played for FC Espoo of the women's Finnish Premiere League from 2000-04...member of Finland's Youth National Team (2000-04)...logged 35 Caps for U17, U19, and U21 team...participated in 2004 Nordic Cup in which Finland finished third.

Personal: International business major...born May 8, 1983, in Espoo, Finland...daughter of Jorma and Marja-Liisa Lehtinen.

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