CROZET, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- Reeve Goldstein has found the back of the net over 100 times during her four years at Western, but according those who know her best, she isn't all about scoring.

"Reeve is one of those people -- rare these days -- where in whatever sport she's playing, she has as many assists as she does goals," Western Albemarle girls lacrosse coach Peggy Williams said.  "And it just shows you what an unselfish player she is."

"I see the whole field, so I'm not very focused on myself getting a goal," Goldstein said. But more on getting people goals and impacting their play."

And when she is able to impact the game scoring, she can be a handful for opposing defenses.

"Reeve is quick, but she's also very smart," Williams said. "She makes plays because she is thinking and so you always have to watch out for her."

But making an impact is not something she does only on the field. This year, she started the One Love club at Western as a way to teach her classmates about the importance of healthy relationships and organized a One Love game last month.

"Teaching the people around me I think is very powerful and very necessary especially going into the next phase of your life when relationship will happen whether it is with friends or a significant other," Goldstein said.

After this season, Reeve is off to Furman University where she will not only hope to continue One Love at the school, but also make an impact on the lacrosse field.

"I'm so excited and I can't wait to watch her in the future an I think all of her teammates are thrilled for her," Williams said.

"When I visited, I just felt at home," Goldstein said. "It was such a beautiful place. I've been playing with the same group my whole life, so getting a whole new team and seeing how we'll impact each other."

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