Cloey LemMon
Cloey  LemMon

Morgan Hill, Calif.

High School:
Presentation HS '10



Human Development


UC Davis draws No. 17 Albany in playoff quarterfinal

Aggies’ run at the America East Conference begins Thursday at 2:30 p.m.


Aggies end regular season with home game vs. Cal

Program's Senior Day ceremony will precede 3 p.m.season finale


Final road games take Ags to No. 18 Stanford, Pacific

Field hockey will have a chance to avenge two narrow league losses this weekend


Aggies return to league action vs. Pacific

UC Davis enters final weeks of the season with Friday's 2 p.m. home match


Aggies head to Hawkeye State during league bye week

Familiar foe, No. 16 Iowa on UC Davis' weekend schedule at Iowa

2013: GLADIATOR BY SGI/NFHCA DIVISION I NATIONAL ACADEMIC SQUAD... WEST DIVISION ALL-NORPAC TEAM... Named the NorPac West Division Offensive Player of the Week by scoring a goal and earning the game-winning assist over No. 6 Stanford-the program's first victory over a ranked opponent and inaugural win against the Cardinal... Ended the season with NorPac rankings of: T-No. 9 in goals (7), No. 10 in points (19) and assists (5)... Led all Aggies in points, goals and tied Agustina Singh for the top shot total (38)... Finished second on the squad in assists and shots on goal (24)... Scored a season-high two goals vs. Radford (11/7) to help the Aggies win their first-ever opening-round victory at the NorPac Championships... Also scored goals against Missouri State (8/30), at Ball State (9/24), vs. Central Michigan (9/27), at home against Stanford (10/6) and Pacific (11/1)... Recorded a season-high two assists at Pacific (10/18)... Her other assists were collected against Liberty (9/6), Dartmouth (9/8) and Stanford... Capped her career by posting 19 points... Twenty-four of her 38 shots were on goal.

Named NorPac West Division Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 4... Ended the season with four conference rankings: No. 8 in points per game (1.10), tied for No. 9 in goals (8) and points (22), and No. 9 in goals per game (0.40)... Led the team with 21 points and eight goals... Finished second among all Aggies with five assists... One of five players to record one game-winning goal... Scored the game-winning goal against Bryant (9/1)...Competed in all 20 games... Named a starter in all but three contests... Scored eight goals, including a season-high two against La Salle (8/27)... Scored five goals throughout the first four games of the year... Also earned five assists to finish the season with 21 points... Twelve of her 21 points were recorded throughout the Aggies' first four contests... Took 30 shots... Ended with a season-high four shots against Saint Louis (8/25), Northwestern (9/3) and at Towson (10/12)... Of her 30 shots, 17 were on goal... Took a season-high three shots on goal at Pacific (9/23).

2011: Played in all 17 games, starting 13 of them, including all six NorPac matchups... Tied teammate Emily Mecke for team lead in goals (7) and points (15) while also adding an assist... Delivered program's first hat trick in 3-1 win at Penn (10/9) leading to NorPac West Division Offensive Player of the Week honors... Had goal and assist at Pacific (10/29)... Had .826 shot-on-goal percentage... Had team-high three game-winning goals: Penn, Pacific, Appalachian State (11/4)... .304 shooting percentage was best among multiple-goal scorers on the team... Received team's Offensive Aggie of the Year Award.

2010: Played in all 17 games, starting eight over the final 10 of the season... Tied teammate Marissa Hughes for second on the team with six goals and 13 points... Scored goals in back-to-back games three times during the season, including both games in the NorPac Tournament... Had a goal and her only assist of season in tough 4-3 home loss to Cal... Had 17 shots on goal (of 21 overall).

PRESENTATION HS '10: Named team MVP in 2009 and All-San Jose Mercury News Central Coast Section after tallying 35 goals and 12 assists as a senior... Selected Blossom Valley Athletic League Mount Hamilton Division Athlete of the Year and first-team all-league... Named Santa Teresa League Junior of the Year and first-team all-league in 2007 along with earning her team's most inspirational award... Helped lead her team to a section runner-up finish in 2009... Selected as Presentation High School's Scholar-Athlete of the Year... Also played soccer.

PERSONAL: Born in Palo Alto, Calif.... Majoring in human development... Parents are Robert and Julie LemMon... Her sister, Erin, was a member of 2009 Aggie squad... Career highlight was sending Presentation HS to section finals in 2009 with a game-winning overtime goal... Has career aspirations to be an occupational therapist or a teacher... Graduated summa cum laude... Was named the Central Coast Section's Field Hockey Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Year G/GS Goals Ast. Pts. Shots Shot Pct. SOG DSv.
2010 17/8 6 1 13 34 .176 21 0
2011 17/13 7 1 15 23 .304 19 0
2012 20/17 8 5 21 30 .267 17 0
2013 20/20 7 5 19 38 .184 24 0
Totals 74/58 28 12 68 125 .224 81 0