Cassy  Landis
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Cassy Landis

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dallastown, PA

High School:
Dallastown

Height:
5-5

Position:
Forward

08/31/2014

Women's Soccer Falls at UAlbany

Great Danes Strike For Four Second Half Goals

11/08/2015

Siena Wins MAAC Women's Soccer Championship

Photos from Siena's 5-2 MAAC Championship victory over Manhattan (11/8/15)

10/03/2015

Senior Day vs. Monmouth (10/3/15)

Senior Day vs. Monmouth (10/3/15)

09/17/2015

Women's Soccer Picture Day

Women's Soccer Picture Day

09/13/2015

Women's Soccer vs. CCSU (9/13/15)

Women's Soccer vs. CCSU (9/13/15)

09/30/2014

Women's Soccer vs. LIU Brooklyn (9/12/14)

Women's Soccer vs. LIU Brooklyn (9/12/14)

LANDIS' CAREER STATISTICS

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2014:
  • Appeared in all 20 matches and made first 13 collegiate starts
  • Led the Saints in both points (12) and goals scored (six)
  • Tied for the team lead with a pair of game-winning goals against New Hampshire (Sept. 14) and in overtime at Canisius (Oct. 15)
  • Scored first collegiate goal at UAlbany (Aug. 31)
  • Attempted 15 shots, putting nine on target

2013:
  • Saw action in 12 matches
  • Attempted three shots, putting two on target

2012:
  • Appeared in four games, logging 87 minutes
  • Attempted a shot

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Four-year starter at striker for Dallastown High
  • Led school to first four ever YAIAA League Championships and was named an All-League YAIAA selection each year
  • Two-time York Daily Record Division I All-Star
  • Scored 24 goals in 22 games during her senior season, leading her team to a 19-2-1 overall record
  • A six-year member of the Pennsylvania Soccer Academy Club Team

PERSONAL:
  • Daughter of Bruce and Catherine Landis
  • Majors in Psychology
  • Aspires to be a sports/school psychologist

COACH KARBOWSKI SAYS:
    "Cassy had a breakout season as a junior as it was the first season she was able to stay healthy and fit. She showed the ability around the goal to score in a variety of ways. With her physical nature and a great season behind her, she figures to make a major impact for her senior year."