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    26 Kayla Bashore  
    Kayla Bashore


    Shoemakersville, Pa.

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    SENIOR YEAR (2005)
    Led the Hoosiers to their first NCAA Tournament appearance and the program's winningest season in history as a captain • first Hoosier to be named a semifinalist for the Honda Award for field hockey's Player of the Year • selected as a first team All-American • earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition • tallied 29 points off 12 goals and five assists in her final season in the Cream and Crimson • scored three game-winning goals in 2005 • named the 2005 Big Ten's Player of the Year unanimously • earned first team All-Big Ten honors for the third time in her career • picked up her second first team All-Region accolade • first Hoosier to be selected to the USA Field Hockey National Team • along with fellow-senior Mallory Reabold, became the first Hoosier to be named to the North/South Senior All-Star game • scored the season's first goal against New Hampshire (9/27) • scored back-to-back goals in the first period against Pacific (9/9) en route to her first hat trick performance and the program's second • earned second hat trick against Lindenwood, netting three-straight goals in 20 minutes • tallied two assists in IU's 3-1 win over Michigan (9/30) • credited with one goal and two assists against Ohio State (11/5) to propel the Hoosiers into the championship game of the Big Ten Tournament for the first time in program history.

    JUNIOR YEAR (2003)
    Co-captain for the Hoosier squad • started all 18 games in the midfield • named first team All-Big Ten and first team NFHCA all-region • second team All-American • finished second on the team in points with 13, tallying six goals and one assist • had a multi-goal game against Miami (Ohio) • set Indiana single-season records for goals and shots • second all-time leading scorer with 11 career goals • all-time assists leader in Indiana history with seven career assists • second on career points list with 29 • made five defensive saves on the season • NFHCA Division I National academic Squad • Academic All-Big Ten • selected to the U.S. Women's U-21 team.

    Started all 19 games in the midfield • named first team All-Big Ten and second team NFHCA all-region • finished second on the team in points with nine • NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad • Academic All-Big Ten • Alpha Beta honoree • recipient of the Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship & Leadership Award.

    FRESHMAN YEAR (2001)
    Started all 17 games • named second team All-Big Ten and second team NFHCA All-Region • earned Alpha Beta honors • named to the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad • earned IU Balfour Award • tallied seven points on two goals and three assists.

    Led team to an undefeated regular season as a junior, including an appearance in the state semifinal game • named second team All-Division, All-County, and All-State in 1999 • received All-County and All-State first team recognition as a senior • All-Academic in junior and senior seasons • father, Allen Bashore • mother Marjorie Bashore • has two brothers, Rodney and Michael • has two sisters, Crystal and Kaleena.

    BIRTHDAY: February 20, 1983
    MAJOR: Biology

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