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Micah Lehenbauer

Forward
Class
Senior
Height
5-9
Major
Marketing
Hometown
Kathleen, Ga.
Previous School
Perry
Honors and Awards

-2017 NAIA/NCCAA Men's All-America Team
-2017 NAIA All-Plains  Region
-2017 First Team All-GPAC
-2017 GPAC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 3)
-2016 Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska Honorable Mention
-2016 Second Team All-GPAC

#21

Micah Lehenbauer

Forward
Senior, 5-9

2017: Senior
Appeared in 19 games while starting in 17 ... took 36 shots, including 23 on goal ... tied for first for number of goals scored on the team with 12 ... struck for the game-winning goals three times ... tallied two assists ... named GPAC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 3) and First Team All-GPAC ... will end his collegiate career with 27 goals and seven assists ... also received NAIA All-Plains Region and NAIA/NCCAA Men's All-America Team honors. 

2016: Junior
Lehenbauer appeared and started in 19 games ... he was the Bulldog's lead scorer with a total of eight goals this season ... he also had three assists and took 43 shots with 23 of those being on goal ... one of his goals was a game-winner.  

2015: Sophomore
Appeared in all 21 games making 11 starts…scored seven goals, which tied for the most on the team…took 43 shots (25 on goal)…had two multi-goal contests against York College and Mount Marty College…dished out two assists on the season.

2014: Freshman
Lehenbauer appeared in 16 games in his first collegiate season ... took four shots.

High School
Prepped at Perry High School for head coach Nathan Dooley … lettered and started for two years at the varsity level … served as team captain for one year … named first team all-region and first team all-county as a senior … piled up 18 goals and 11 assists as a senior and 10 goals and five assists as a junior … led the Panthers to state playoff appearances as a junior and senior with a quarterfinal finish in final season … helped Perry to a 2-AAAA championship senior year.

Personal
Born in Louisville, Ky., on Oct. 19, 1996 … son of John and Renee Lehenbauer … youngest of seven siblings (five sisters, one brother) … siblings are Rebecca, Aaron, Bethany, Miriam, Hannah and Ruth.

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