2013: Started 16 contests on the year before missing the last four games of the season due to injury … amassed a career-high 54 points (44g, 10a) while leading the team in goals … paced the Duke attack with nine multiple-goal games, including five-goal performances against Richmond and Ohio State … added an assist against the Buckeyes to finish with a career-best six points … ranked fourth in the ACC and 35th nationally with a 2.75 goals per game average … earned All-ACC recognition for the first time in her career … named to the ACC All-Tournament team after logging three goals, one assist, one ground ball and one draw control in a quarterfinal matchup with Virginia … surpassed the 100-point mark for her career with a two-goal outing against Boston College Apr. 6 … closed her career ranked 19th in school history with 116 points over four seasons … named to the All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Appeared in all 19 matches, starting 14 ... amassed a career-best 33 points on 25 goals and eight assists ... tied for second on the squad in goals ... turned in a career-high six-point performance (3g, 3a) at William & Mary on Feb. 8 ... recorded her second hat trick of the season at Richmond on Feb. 17 ... posted eight multi-goal games on the year ... an All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
2011: Appeared in 17 contests as a sophomore, starting six ... registered a season-high four points in the 2011 opener against Ohio State with three goals and an assist ... matched that point total again on Apr. 17 with four goals against Saint Mary's (CA) ... added multiple goal games against Richmond, Princeton, Vanderbilt and Northwestern as well ... ranked fifth on the team with 19 goals in 2011.
2010: Played in eight games as a rookie … scored her first collegiate goal against Virginia Tech on Mar. 17 … also added goals against Navy, Davidson and Brown … recorded a season-best two points with a goal and an assist versus Davidson … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterwinner at Ward Melville … two-time All-America honorable mention selection … all-league, all-tournament and all-county honoree … led team to Suffolk County Class A championship … second-team All-Long Island pick … named Academic All-America … team Unsung Hero Award winner … totaled 118 points on 93 goals and 25 assists senior season … missed junior year due to injury … two-time team captain … played club lacrosse with Yellow Jackets Blue … named first-team all-galaxy … member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Makenzie Alexa Hommel ... daughter of Donald and Lori Hommel … has two sisters (Ashleigh and Madison) … father played football at Buffalo State College ... majoring in Sociology with a minor in Theater Studies and a certificate in Markets and Management Studies.